No. 6 Georgia (3-1, 2-0 SEC) at Tennessee (3-2, 0-1), 3:30 p.m. (CBS)

Line: Georgia by 10 ½

Series Record: Tennessee leads 21-19-2


Georgia has made it through a brutal September schedule with a 3-1 record and a No. 6 ranking, but a second loss would likely wreck the Bulldogs' national championship hopes. Tennessee is seeking its first victory over a Top 25 team since a 31-13 triumph over No. 21 South Carolina on Oct. 31, 2009. The Volunteers have lost 18 straight games against ranked opponents and are 1-24 against the Top 25 since 2008.


Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray vs. Tennessee secondary. Murray should become the SEC's all-time leader in career passing yardage Saturday. He has thrown for 11,429 career yards. Former Georgia quarterback David Greene holds the record with 11,528. Murray will face a Tennessee secondary that features one freshman and two sophomore starters. Tennessee has intercepted 11 passes this season to tie Virginia Tech for first in FBS.


Georgia: RB Keith Marshall. The uncertainty surrounding star running back Todd Gurley could cause the Bulldogs to rely more on Marshall this week. Gurley sat out the second half of a 44-41 victory over LSU last week with a sprained left ankle that leaves his status for Saturday's game in doubt. Marshall stepped in for Gurley last week and rushed for 96 yards. In a 51-44 triumph over Tennessee last year, Marshall ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns.

Tennessee: RB Rajion Neal. In the Vols' 31-24 victory over South Alabama last week, Neal rushed for 169 yards, the highest single-game total by a Tennessee player since Montario Hardesty gained 179 yards against Kentucky in 2009.


Georgia has exceeded 40 points in each of its first two SEC games this year. Only four Georgia teams in school history scored 40-plus points in three SEC games. ... Georgia has beaten Tennessee each of the last three years. ... Tennessee is wearing its alternate "Smokey gray" uniforms for this game. ... Tennessee is ranked third among all FBS teams with 15 takeaways. ... Tennessee defensive coordinator John Jancek and secondary coach Willie Martinez worked on Georgia's staff before getting fired at the end of the 2009 season.