Georgia football is a force to be reckoned with at every phase of the game— offense, defense, special teams it just doesn’t matter.
Even with an injury list the size of Texas, the Dawgs have beaten every opponent outside of Clemson by at least 17 points.
While Kentucky gave Georgia the most competitive game since Week 1, it still wasn’t even remotely close to being enough to beat the Dawgs.
Georgia tallied 400-plus yards of total offense, while the Wildcats had 243 total offensive yards.
Kentucky’s quarterback Will Levis is one heck of a player, and without him, this game would have gotten ugly. He had to throw the ball 42 times to score 13 points, but he found a way to do that.
However, outside of Levis, the Wildcats had no offense. Georgia made them so one-dimensional that even with 192 yards through the air, the Wildcats averaged just 3.5 yards a play. Even on the pass plays, the Wildcats averages 4.6 an attempt and six yards a completion.
There is a big gap between Georgia and the rest of college football right now, whether opposing fans want to believe it or not. They have beaten more ranked opponents than anyone else in the Top-25 with four under their belt.
Kentucky was a true test for the Bulldogs, and yet they still beat them by 17 points.
This defense may be what the media chooses to focus on the most, but Georgia’s offense is surprisingly pretty good too. While many people think without JT Daniels, the offense isn’t great, Stetson Bennett continues to prove he can run this group as well.
Georgia has a lot of momentum surrounding them right now, and while we don’t want to get our hopes up yet, if they can continue on this journey at the same pace they currently are, it will be downright incredible to witness.
After watching this team beat up on Kentucky again, here are the three stats that deserve mentioning.