Starting off fast is key for a SEC team to win on the road and Georgia was able to do that in their opening offensive series against Kentucky as Washaun Ealey scored on a 3-yard touchdown run to give the Bulldogs the early lead.
Credit has to go to the defense as defensive end Justin Houston sacked Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline deep in the Wildcats territory which led to a fumble and recovered by Cornelius Washington at the Wildcat 26-yard line. That led to Georgia producing a 4-play, 26-yard drive to get the game off right for the Dawgs.
This is what the Bulldogs ordered; getting a turnover on defense and scoring a touchdown on the opening drive on offense. And it looks like Ealey is running like he did last year, so if the Bulldogs keep this up, it should be a good night for the boys in red and black.