Georgia Bulldogs offensive coordinator Mike Bobo is preparing the Bulldogs for their game against the Kentucky Wildcats after a loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks. In that game, the Bulldogs focused mainly on the pass after falling behind early. In an interview with Seth Emerson of The Telegraph, Bobo says that recommitting to the run is a key for them for not only Saturday's game, but the rest of this season:
"We've gotta stay more committed to the run," Bobo said. "Even though we were down 21-0 (at South Carolina), there was still a lot of time left in the ballgame. That's what's made us successful, the balance. Like I said after the game, you become one-dimensional in a game, you're asking for trouble."
The Bulldogs go into Saturday's game against the Wildcats trying to stay alive for the SEC East championship. A win against Kentucky and a loss by the Gamecocks against the Florida Gators would give the Bulldogs an opportunity at first place in the division when they play the Gators the following week.
Saturday's game against the Wildcats is scheduled for a 7 p.m. kickoff. The game will be streamed live on ESPN3.com and will be broadcast on Fox Sports.