Week six: Kentucky
The Wildcats have been one of those teams the past few seasons, that have just hung tough against the Dawgs. I have a ton of respect for what Mark Stoops is doing at Kentucky. Did you know outside of Nick Saban, Stoops is the longest-tenured coach in the SEC? Kentucky is not a favorite to finish second in the SEC East, but I think they will finish second. I am a big believer in Big Blue. With Liam Coen coming back to take over play-calling duties, and the addition of Devin Leary, Kentucky could have a shot at winning 10 to 11 games this season. Kentucky also has one of the best wide-out groups in the SEC outside of Georgia. Devin Leary was someone who was picked to be a 1st rounder last season, but injury ruined his hopes of that. Leary could once again be in the conversation of a 1st round pick with the talent that is around him. On defense, Kentucky is returning a bunch of seasoned guys. The only weakness that Kentucky has is the offensive line. Georgia is probably the only team that will be able to take advantage of that. With the Wildcats being able to limit possessions, do not be shocked by a low-scoring game. Dawgs win 28-10.