Georgia vs. Kentucky: 5 reasons UGA moves to 7-0

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No. 1 Georgia is atop the polls for the first time since the 2008 preseason.

It’s hard to believe the Bulldogs have gotten to this point with the amount of injuries they’ve dealt with since the start of fall camp, but dominant defense and a collected backup quarterback have been Georgia’s recipe for success so far this season.

UGA returns to Athens for a week-7 matchup versus No. 11 Kentucky, who is the only other remaining unbeaten SEC team.

It’s the first time two SEC East teams have met both having 6-0 records.

The Wildcats are coming off of a 42-21 stomping of LSU and have a home win over No. 10 Florida under their belt, while Georgia is riding high after a 37-0 beatdown on No. 8 Arkansas and most recently, a 34-10 win over No. 18 Auburn On the Plains.

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