As the Georgia Bulldogs head north to play the Kentucky Wildcats, Athens-Banner Herald Sports Editor David Ching and former Georgia defensive back Kelin Johnson talk in this week‚Äôs Gameday podcast about the toughness of UK.
With victories the past two Saturdays, the Bulldogs have some momentum, but they are entering hostile territory in Lexington, Ching and Johnson agreed.
‚ÄúThis is going to be a much bigger test than what Georgia has seen over the past two weeks,‚Äù Ching said.
‚ÄúThis offensive … they go no huddle most of the time and they have play makers,‚Äù Johnson said. ‚ÄúBut if the (Georgia) defense can create some third-and-long situations, they will be OK.‚Äù
Saturday‚Äôs game is a do-or-die situation for Georgia, Ching said, but no SEC matchup is ever easy. South Carolina learned that lesson last weekend when the Wildcats upset the No. 10 Gamecocks, 31-28.
Win or lose, fans have plenty of reason to watch, Johnson said.
‚ÄúThere‚Äôs still a lot to play for,‚Äù he said, pointing out that Georgia only needs three more wins for a bowl bid. ‚ÄúYou just can‚Äôt get down because you don‚Äôt go to the SEC championship.‚Äù
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