ATHENS — The Georgia football team takes on the Ole Miss Rebels in a Week 11 college football game. Below you can find information on the score, analysis, live updates and injury news for the game.

Georgia is 9-0 and can clinch the SEC East with a win on Saturday. Ole Miss is 8-1 entering the game.

Georgia football-Ole Miss live updates, score, analysis for Week 11 game

Fourth quarter

Georgia 52, Ole Miss 17

8 plays, 75 yards, 4:38

Georgia iced its domination with a 4-yard touchdown run from Andrew Paul. The redshirt freshman scored his first career touchdown and the Bulldogs eclipsed 600 yards of total offense.

Georgia 45, Ole Miss 17, 8:50

13 plays, 63 yards, 5:22

Ole Miss cut Georgia’s lead to 28 points with a 29-yard field goal.

Georgia 45, Ole Miss 14, 14:12

7 plays, 79 yards, 3:26

Brock Bowers iced the cake on his return from injury with an 8-yard touchdown catch.

Third quarter

Georgia 38, Ole Miss 14, 3:50

8 plays, 67 yards, 3:31

Georgia further distanced itself with a 27-yard field goal. Freshman Peyton Woodring has not missed a field goal since Week 3.

Georgia 35, Ole Miss 14, 9:15

4 plays, 75 yards, 1:48

Kendall Milton broke away for Georgia’s longest run of the day on a 33-yard touchdown run. Milton notched the first multi-touchdown game of his career.

Second quarter

Georgia 28, Ole Miss 14, 2:27

9 plays, 62 yards, 5:31

The Bulldogs continued to pound the rock against the Rebel defense with a 7-yard score from Kendall Milton. Georgia tallied an eye-popping 277 yards of total offense in its first four drives.

Georgia 21, Ole Miss 14, 9:58

8 plays, 75 yards, 4:18

Daijun Edwards scored his second 1-yard touchdown of the day to reclaim the lead. Edwards now has 42 yards and two scores on 6 rushes.

Georgia 14, Ole Miss 14, 14:16

9 plays, 75 yards, 3:53

Quinshon Judkins scored his second touchdown of the game from four yards out. The Rebels are averaging 4.7 yards per rush.

First quarter

Georgia 14, Ole Miss 7, 3:08

3 plays, 60 yards, 1:22

Carson Beck split the Ole Miss secondary on a 29-yard touchdown connection to Ladd McConkey. Beck is now 4-of-5 passing for 95 yards and a score.

It was McConkey’s second touchdown of the season.

Georgia 7, Ole Miss 7, 7:28

6 plays, 75 yards, 3:02

Daijun Edwards helped the Georgia offense respond swiftly with a 1-yard touchdown run. The senior running back now has nine rushing touchdowns on the year.

Rara Thomas broke away from the Ole Miss secondary for a 44-yard catch to put the Bulldogs in the red zone.

Georgia 0, Ole Miss 7, 10:30

11 plays, 75 yards, 4:30

Quinshon Judkins drew first blood for Ole Miss on a 15-yard touchdown run.

The sophomore running back ran through several Bulldog tacklers on the drive. Judkins finished the drive with 27 yards and a score on 4 carries.

5:30 p.m. ET — Brock Bowers is out on the field, going through warmups. He is first in line when it comes to working with Georgia’s tight ends.

4:15 p.m. ET — All eyes will be on the status of Georgia tight end Brock Bowers. The star tight end has an ankle injury that he had surgery on Oct. 16. It has been 26 days since the surgery.

Georgia coach Kirby Smart gave an update on Bowers when speaking to ESPN’s College GameDay.

“That’s what we hope,” Smart said on Bowers playing. “I don’t know if he’s going to be 100 percent but he’s done a good job during the week of working towards the benchmarks he’s got to do. We’ll see how he is, game-time decision.”

Despite missing the previous two games, Bowers is still Georgia’s leading receiver on the season. The Bulldogs have gotten key contributions out of tight end Oscar Delp and wide receiver Ladd McConkey without Bowers.

Georgia could see offensive tackle Amarius Mims return to action on Saturday. The Bulldogs have been without the services of Mims since Georgia’s game against South Carolina. Xavier Truss has started the last six games at right tackle, with Dylan Fairchild playing at left guard.

The Bulldogs will be without starting inside linebacker Jamon Dumas-Johnson after suffering a forearm injury in the win over Missouri. Freshman CJ Allen is expected to start, with freshman Raylen Wilson also factoring into the rotation.

Georgia football-Ole Miss injury report for Week 11 game

Jamon Dumas-Johnson, forearm -- out

Darris Smith, away from the team -- out

CJ Smith, unspecified -- not dressed

Branson Robinson, knee -- out

EJ Lightsey, shoulder -- questionable

Brock Bowers, ankle -- questionable

Amarius Mims, ankle -- probable

Xavian Sorey, personal matters -- probable

Georgia football-Ole Miss game time for Week 11 game

The Georgia football-Ole Miss game is set for a 7 p.m. ET kickoff.

Georgia football-Ole Miss TV channel for Week 11 game

The Georgia football-Ole Miss game will be broadcast on ESPN. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit an Holly Rowe will broadcast the game.