Whatever the case may be, the Mark Richt's boys have looked less than impressive thus far. Yet, the Dawgs lead 12-10 at halftime in Sanford Stadium.
An update on star freshman tailback Isiah Crowell, who left the game in the first quarter after suffering a left ankle injury, courtesy of the ESPN College Football twitter feed: he was spotted on the sidelines with his head in his hands. Not a great sign.
With Crowell on the shelf, Georgia has struggled to get anything going offensively. Aaron Murray is leading the team in passing (9-18, 64 yards) and rushing (19 yards) as Kentucky has done a fine job halting the Georgia offense.
Georgia will receive the ball in the second half, and with a Bulldogs win they will punch their ticket to Atlanta for the SEC Championship.