With heavy hearts, the Georgia Bulldogs took the field days after the passing of Uga VII. The Dawgs piled up a 20-6 halftime lead, then did some rolling over of their own.
Turnover after turnover let the 'Cats back in the game, as Randall Cobb took advantage with two second-half touchdowns. Georgia outgained Kentucky by 224 yards, but flubs and whoopsies gave the game away.
Derrick Locke led the way for Kentucky, piling up two touchdowns of his own and 160 yards from scrimmage. The lowlights:
As the game slipped away, Sanford Stadium began rapidly emptying -- even more so than you'd think. I can't find video of it, but ESPN made a point of monitoring the streams of red exiting the building. Here's three departing fans, leaving with some spirited encouragement for Joe Cox.