The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Missouri Tigers 27-0, posting their third shutout of the season. This is the first time Georgia has shutout their opponents three times, since 1981.
The Bulldog’s ability to stop the run has elevated this defense to historic levels. For the first time in school history, Georgia hasn’t allowed a rushing touchdown through the first nine games of the season. The previous school record was eight games, in 1927. Georgia is the only team in the FBS to not allow rushing through their first nine games of the season over the last 20 years.