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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.
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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.
Another day, another milestone.
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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.