Daniel Inman, a junior from Hope Mills, N.C., was part of a Georgia offensive line that enabled the Bulldogs to gain 446 yards in total offense, including 298 yards passing, and average 6.8 yards per play. The line also paved the way for 148 yards rushing.
According to the film review, Inman graded out at 87 percent and also had three "Dominator" blocks. Through the season's first six games, Inman and the rest of the Georgia offensive line have helped Georgia rank No. 2 in the SEC and 27th in the nation in rushing, averaging 189.7 yards per game. In addition, they have enabled D.J. Shockley to be the No. 1 ranked quarterback in the SEC and 13th in the nation in pass efficiency (156.0).
Quentin Moses, a junior from Athens, led the Georgia defensive line against the Commodores with five combined stops, including three tackles for loss, and collected his second-multi-sack game of the season with two. He also added two quarterback pressures.
Having collected at least one sack in each of the last five games, Moses currently leads Georgia and the SEC with seven sacks. The two sacks against Vanderbilt represented the third multi-sack game of Moses' Georgia career. Earlier this season, Moses had two at Mississippi State (Sept. 24). In the 2004 regular-season finale against Georgia Tech, Moses registered a career-best three sacks.