When it rains it pours and Georgia is pouring it on Kentucky as Washaun Ealey scored on a 2-yard run to put the Bulldogs up big early in the second quarter.Once again, credit has to go to the defense as they were able to stop Mike Hartline and company on a fourth-and-one play at the Wildcats 39-yard line.
It's clear Georgia's objective is to use Ealey frequently and it's working as he has rushed for 41 yards on nine carries. This is what the Bulldogs wanted because this will open the passing game and I know A.J. Green is waiting patiently to make a huge play.
The thing is, this is similar to what happen last week when the Wildcats were down big against South Carolina and came back to win in the fourth quarter. If the Bulldogs stay away from turning the ball over, the Wildcats won't repeat what happened last week.