There is no question who the Bulldogs will keep an eye on all game long, as Kentucky utility man Randall Cobb will be on the move all night Saturday.
Cobb's main position is at WR, but he can also play some QB and he will sometimes shift in to the running back position. He leads the Wildcats in receiving with 40 catches for 466 yards and is second on the team in rushing with 191 yards.
Here's what Georgia LB Christian Robinson had to say about Cobb:
"What he does is going to influence a lot. Where he’s at means something in this offense. He lines up everywhere. He plays every position. He’s not afraid. On punt returns, he’s going to catch the ball if there’s 20 people around him. He really doesn’t care. He wants to be the guy to make a play. He gets his team excited when he makes those plays."
Cobb is also second on the team in kickoff returns and leads the team in punt returns. And for those who are wondering how he does against the Bulldogs, he tends to play at a high level, rushing for two touchdowns in the win against UGA last year and rushed for three touchdowns in the loss in 2008.
For injury news, Kentucky will be without running back Derrick Locke because of an injured right shoulder. He is Kentucky's leading rusher with 574 yards and seven touchdowns.
As far as Georgia's injuries go, the only player that has been ruled out is CB Branden Smith who is still recovering from a concussion two weeks ago.