Athens is currently under a steady, soaking downpour.
Kentucky looks to be playing a converted wide receiver at quarterback.
It’s going to be a low-scoring slugfest, right?
Remember, South Carolina and Florida just played a game under similar conditions just east of here and yacked up 65 points onto the scoreboard.
I’m fully convinced that Georgia will try to throw the ball opportunistically in this one. Your level of frustration is likely to be directly correlated to how effectively they execute in the passing game. I also expect to see some serious get-after-it on defense. Let’s see if that leads to some mistakes against a Kentucky offense that needs to convert some third downs and get some penalty breaks to stay in this one.