Chris Low points to a chink in Kentucky’s armor:
… The Wildcats are 119th nationally (out of 120 teams) in red zone defense. They’ve allowed 25 drives inside their 20-yard line this season, and teams have come away with points 24 times. That includes 19 touchdowns.
So in other words, when a team has the ball inside the Kentucky 20-yard line, it’s going to score a touchdown nearly 80 percent of the time.
Sounds promising for Saturday night… except that Georgia’s percentage on the season is actually worse. What the Dawg defense has done a better job of than Kentucky’s is keeping opponents out of the red zone in the first place.