The offense for the Kentucky Wildcats finally got going as Mike Hartline threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to La'Rod King to cut the Bulldog lead to 18. The Wildcats were able to convert a fourth-and five play as Hartline threw a 6-yard pass to Chris Matthews to keep the drive alive.
This was big for the Wildcats to score because it gives them hope for another comeback, just like last week when they were down 28-10 to South Carolina and made the improbable comeback.
Georgia has benefited from turnovers committed by Kentucky. However, Georgia will get the ball to start off the second half and it's important for Georgia to get an early score, just like they did to start the game.
Washaun Ealey was able to do his part with three rushing touchdowns in the first half, now it's time for A.J. Green to get going. He only had four catches for 27 yards so expect Mike Bobo to get Green more involved in the offense in the second half.