While the Seminoles and Rattlers are playing for pride, it's the Georgia Dawgs who have the most on the line. A team known for their defense, it's been the offense that has been the winning ticket for coach Richt and friends.
The Georgia Dawgs have scored 40 or more points in three straight games. The opposition aren't light weights either.
The victims include Florida and most recently Auburn.
This weekend, the Georgia Dawgs chase down the Kentucky Wildcats. So it's your typical battle between Dogs and Cats.
Sounds like a shoot-out. Sophomore quarterback Matt Stafford knows what Kentucky is capable of:
"Kentucky's a great team. They've been putting up a bunch of points on people all year, and obviously beat the number one team in the country earlier this year. They're capable of we learned last year, of beating us."
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