Georgia Football collects 10 total havoc plays against Kentucky
Georgia football’s defense is elite. We’ve already been over that for six straight weeks.
This eliteness won’t leave them on Saturday as the next prediction is Georgia will amass at least 10 havoc plays. So when we say havoc, we’re referring to tackles for loss, sacks, quarterback hurries, interceptions, fumbles, and pass breakups.
After a successful week on the Plains, Georgia returns to the scene of the crime, where they stunned the Hogs. This week, they’ll stun the Wildcats with the 12th Dawgs showing up in a big way. This 3:30 p.m. kickoff will only make the Dawg fans happy, which helps the defense out even more.
Georgia has 109 total quarterback hurries through six games, which is an average of 18 a game. The second closest team in that stat category is Florida with 29. Georgia has 80 more than Florida and 86 more than Kentucky. The Dawgs know how to create pressure, and Will Levis hasn’t seen an animal like Georgia football’s defense.
After getting Bo Nix four times last week, the Dawgs also led the SEC in sacks at 22. That seems like a solid number for the Kentucky game.
Georgia is tough and likes creating havoc for other teams. Kentucky is their next victim, and if the Dawgs can get the crowd into it and stay into it, this game could get ugly and fast for the Wildcats.