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Three keys to beating UK

NCAA Football: Auburn at Georgia Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The off week is over. Now, Georgia gets back to work. Here are three keys to beating Kentucky on Saturday.

Run, run and run

Between the backs Georgia would trot out, finding success on the ground was little problem over the first few games, for the most part. That obviously changed against Alabama, and Georgia will need to get back to that against Kentucky and break the will of Kentucky, both physically and mentally. If Georgia takes over in the offensive trenches early on, it’ll demoralize the Wildcats.

Stop the run

Kentucky has been a parade of offensive futility this season, and Georgia’s front seven needs to ensure that continues. If not, UK will have an idea as the game goes on that it has a chance to pull an upset.

Sprint to the end

As much as fans want to look ahead to the WLOCP. this game is first up. Momentum going into that game is everything, and Georgia does not need to just win in Lexington, it needs to play well in doing so and not sleepwalk its way around.

Go Dawgs!