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11/20/17 - NOV 20 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia...After being announced for Senior Day, Chubb posted a season-best performance of 151 yards rushing on 15 carries (10.1 average) and scored two touchdowns, including a season-long 55-yard run. With the victory, Georgia went undefeated against its SEC East opponents for the first time since the divisional split in 1992 and undefeated at home for the first time since 2012. He became the only Georgia player other than Herschel Walker in history to rush for 1,000 yards or more in three different seasons after hitting the 1,045 mark last Saturday. Chubb currently ranks fourth on the all-time SEC list with 4,469 yards and is one of only five SEC players in history who have had three different 1,000-yard seasons. - SEC Football
11/18/17 - The big question heading into Saturday's game between No. 7 Georgia and Kentucky was whether the Bulldogs would respond following last week's shellacking at Auburn. That they did, overcoming a slow start to roll past the Wildcats 42-13 to keep their playoff hopes alive. Running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel deserve a tip of the cap for that. The seniors made their final home game a memorable one, with Chubb rushing for 151 yards and two scores, while Michel added 87 yards and three touchdowns. Georgia (10-1, 7-1 SEC) controls its destiny for a playoff spot as long as the Bulldogs overcome Georgia Tech in next week's regular-season finale and beat either Auburn or Alabama for the SEC title at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Chubb and Michel were simply too much for Kentucky (7-4, 4-4) to handle.
Leading 28-13 after an 8-yard scamper by Michel, Chubb ripped off a 55-yard touchdown before Michel's 4-yard run -- his third score of the night -- accounted for the final score. Quarterback Jake Fromm accounted for Georgia's other touchdown with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Javon Wims in the second quarter. Wims finished with a team-high six catches for 83 yards. Fromm completed 9 of 14 passes for 123 yards with the touchdown and one interception before being replaced by Jacob Eason late in the fourth quarter. Running back Benny Snell accounted for most of Kentucky's offense, rushing for 94 yards and scoring the team's only touchdown on a 1-yard run in the third. The Bulldogs outgained Kentucky 504-261, sacking quarterback Stephen Johnson three times and intercepting him once, courtesy of Aaron Davis in the third quarter. - The Sports Xchange
11/07/17 - The second College Football Playoffs rankings released Tuesday night looked very much like the first one released a week ago, although games this weekend could have impact going forward. The top five teams this week, as chosen by the 13-member selection committee, were identical to the top five teams a week ago, with Georgia (9-0) holding the No. 1 spot, followed by No. 2 Alabama (9-0), No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1) and No. 4 Clemson (8-1). Those would be the four teams involved in the College Football Playoff if it were held today. But these ranking don't matter at all at this point. The pairings for the four-team national championship playoff are not determined until the final CFP rankings come out on Dec. 3. Holding the fifth spot again this week is Oklahoma (8-1). The newcomer to the top six is TCU (8-1), as Ohio State, which was No. 6 a week ago, slipped all the way to No. 13 following its 55-24 loss to Iowa. - The Sports Xchange
10/07/17 - Georgia senior running back Nick Chubb has run his way to more touchdowns than anyone in Bulldogs' history except Herschel Walker. Chubb came into Saturday's game at Vanderbilt fourth in Georgia history with 35 rushing touchdowns. He tied Lars Tate (1984-87) and Todd Gurley (2012-14), who's now with the Los Angeles Rams in the NFL, for second with his first TD run of 33 yards. Just before halftime, Chubb scored his second TD run on a 14-yard carry. That gave him 37 rushing TDs in his career, and now he trails only Walker who piled up 49 TDs between 1980 and 1982.
Chubb also joined Walker as the only running backs in Georgia history to reach 4,000 yards in their careers. Chubb came in 96 yards shy of 4,000 yards, and that 14-yard TD run gave him 106 yards in the first half to top that mark. Walker holds the school record with 5,259 yards. With 4,000 yards rushing, Chubb became just the eighth running back to reach that career mark in the Southeastern Conference. The senior also trails only Walker for most 100-yard rushing games at Georgia. Walker had 28 such games, and Chubb notched his 21st by halftime against Vanderbilt. - AP College Football
10/07/17 - No. 5 Georgia ran over Vanderbilt, amassing 423 yards on the ground, as the Bulldogs rolled to a 45-14 victory at Vanderbilt Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Running backs Nick Chubb (16 carries, 138 yards, two touchdowns) and Sony Michel (12 carries, 150 yards, one score) were unstoppable for the Bulldogs, who avenged a 17-16 upset loss to the Commodores in Athens last season. Georgia (6-0, 3-0 SEC) averaged 7.8 yards per carry. Leading by 14 at halftime, the Bulldogs went for the throat on their first possession of the second half. Quarterback Jake Frohm rolled right, spotted wide receiver Terry Godwin open down the left hash behind cornerback JoeJuan Williams, and threw a strike for a 48-yard touchdown.
After a Commodore punt, Michel dashed 50 yards down the right side for another touchdown with 10:17 left in the third quarter. Running back Elijah Holyfield added a 15-yard rushing touchdown for Georgia early in the fourth, and kicker Rodrigo Blankenship contributed a 27-yard third-quarter field goal. Fromm was 7 of 11 for 102 yards and two touchdowns. On Georgia's first drive of the game, Chubb burst through a hole and rumbled through the secondary for a 33-yard touchdown, capping a 7-play, 83-yard drive. - The Sports Xchange