Georgia Bulldogs Vs. Kentucky Wildcats Final Score: 44-31, Dawgs Are Now 4-4 And Still Alive In SEC East

Georgia was able to ice the game with a Blair Walsh 30-yard field goal to put the Bulldogs up 44-25 late in the fourth quarter. Kentucky was able to add more points to their total as Mike Hartline thew his fifth touchdown pass of the game to Raymond Sanders, but it was too little to late for the Wildcats and are virtually out of the SEC East race.

The Bulldogs surrendered more points then that have in recent games, but they were able to win the turnover battle and they were able to get after Hartline as Justin Houston sacked Hartline three times and  Houston now has 9.5 sacks for the year.

This was a big win for the Bulldogs because they improve their record to 4-4, they are also 3-3 in the SEC and they are riding high going into Jacksonville next week for the Cocktail Party. I may get killed for saying this, but Georgia maybe, just maybe be the hottest team in the SEC that is not named Auburn. The question now is can they get over the psychological aspects of Jacksonville and defeat a reeling Florida team?

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