I’ve posted almost next to nothing about this week’s game because there really isn’t much to say. I mean, the stats suggest that the game shouldn’t be close, as Georgia gains on average about 125 ypg more than Kentucky and the ‘Cats are three spots behind the Dawgs in conference total defense. Can Georgia make this game interesting? Sure. It’s not like the Dawgs haven’t struggled with Kentucky over the past few seasons (just go back to last year when Aaron Murray had to pull Georgia’s bacon out of the fire with a tremendous game).
But it shouldn’t have to happen. If Georgia shakes off the hangover from last week’s unfortunate ending, avoids its typical streak of generosity – the one real advantage UK has today is in turnover margin – and the staff doesn’t wait until the second half to make adjustments to what Kentucky’s coaches are throwing at them, this should be a game where the Dawgs grind down the opponent, substitute liberally in the second half and win going away.
You know, like they’ve done so many times this season in conference play.
Anyway, I’ll be there to honor the seniors, who, if for no other reason than going 3-1 against Florida, deserve our eternal gratitude and thanks.
Georgia's Aaron Murray needs 108 passing to go over 3,000 in passing 4 straight years. Only Timmy Chang and Kellen Moore have done that.—
Tony Barnhart (@MrCFB) November 23, 2013
Chang and Moore accomplished that in a tough conference, too.
Hella career, Aaron. Hella career.
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