Georgia football will hit the road for the final time this season for a game against the Kentucky Wildcats. The No. 1 ranked Bulldogs, who are 10-0 and champions of the SEC East once again, will be looking to finish with a second straight undefeated SEC record. This milestone would mark Georgia’s first back-to-back undefeated conference record since 1981-82.
Kentucky, meanwhile, is looking to rebound after a brutal home loss to Vanderbilt last Saturday. The Wildcats are 6-4 on the season and are on their way to a seventh straight bowl game, the longest streak in school history.
Quarterback Will Levis and company will look to pull off one of the biggest upsets in school history this Saturday and beat Georgia for the first time since 2009.
Georgia football looks to close its SEC schedule with a strong showing against the Kentucky Wildcats.
These two programs have played each other 75 times, with Georgia leading the all-time series with a record of 61-12-2 — don’t look up the head-to-head basketball record. The first meeting occurred in 1939, with Kentucky winning 13-6. The two programs have played every year since 1956.
Georgia has a chip on its shoulder after Kentucky pulled off a late touchdown in Athens last year, but before we get into this year’s matchup, we wanted to find three of our favorite games from over the years.
Here are three memorable games between these the Dawgs and the Wildcats.