Dawgs Extend Undefeated Streak After Defeating Wildcats

When the Georgia Bulldogs vs. Kentucky Wildcats game started, both teams were undefeated.

When the game ended, only one left with a perfect 6-0 record: Georgia.

The Dawgs defeated the Wildcats 51-13 in a comprehensive four (not last two) quarter effort against one of Georgia’s toughest opponents this season. Georgia pads its overall winning streak to 23 consecutive games, 33 straight regular-season wins, 22 consecutive SEC regular-season wins, and 23 inside the confines of Sandford Stadium.

Brock Bowers once again was the star of the team, with seven receptions for 100 yards and a touchdown. Dajun Edwards ran for 100 yards Saturday night. QB Carson Beck made 28 successful passes of 35 for 389 yards, 4 touchdowns, and just one interception.

Georgia’s defense worked to keep the Wildcats in check, namely holding Ray Davis, the leading rusher in the SEC to 59 yards on 15 carries. Davis only managed to get a single TD against the Dawgs defense. The Wildcats only got 55 rushing yards on the night. Kentucky’s Devin Leary was 10 for 26 for 128 yards and 2 TDs.

The second quarter was Georgia’s most active, 14-20-10-7. The Wildcats scored only in the second (7) and third (6) quarters.

The Bulldogs hope to keep the undefeated streak going against the unranked Vanderbilt on the road next Saturday.

Georgia Bulldogs Vs Kentucky Wildcats: By The Numbers
Georgia (#1) 6-0   51 Wildcats (#20) 5-1     13                                                     
Total Yards 608✅ 183
Passing Yards 435✅ 128
Rushing Yards 173✅ 55
Penalties/Yards 6/59 5/60✅
1st Downs 34✅ 12
3rd Downs 6✅ 2
4th Downs 1 1
Interceptions 0 1 (Maxwell Hairston,48 yds.)✅
Time Of Possession 37:28✅ 22:32