Kentucky 14, GEORGIA 13


The line closed with Georgia being a 2½-point favorite, marking the 51st time in a row the Dogs have been favored over the ‘Cats. The last time Kentucky was favored over Georgia was in 1965.

Notably, for the first time this season, Georgia’s offensive coordinator, Jim Chaney, is situated in the booth rather than on the sidelines.


After rushing for only 96 combined yards on 54 carries in their last two games, Georgia rushed for 108 yards on 24 carries in the first half versus the Wildcats.

After scoring a touchdown for Georgia, receiver Isaiah McKenzie essentially cost his team 11 points by running backwards after a reception costing the Bulldogs a first down, and fumbling a punt in which Kentucky wound up scoring a touchdown as a result of.


After averaging 568 total yards against Mississippi State and Missouri, Kentucky has been held to 175 total yards by Georgia in the first half.

After the Bulldogs made just 3 of their first 8 field goal attempts this season, they have now made their last seven field-goal attempts in a row—all attempted and made by Rodrigo Blankenship.