Uga Football Schedule 2010
October 23, 2010 by staff
Uga Football Schedule 2010, Georgia Bulldogs on the road this weekend against the Kentucky Wildcats. Georgia is 3-4 overall and 2-3 in the SEC, but are 0-3 on the road, could this week on the road to a “W” column?
Kentucky (4-3, 1-3 SEC) is coming off a surprising 31-28 victory over South Carolina last week, so you should be very pleased to host the Bulldogs, who were defeated by the Gameccks in early this year, 17-6. However, Georgia is on a roll, too, have put a couple of SEC games high score on the “W” column in the last two weeks, beating Tennessee Vanderbilt 41-14 and 43-0. Both computers must be in a very well mentally, and be ready to go out and prove they can keep the “W” on the fly.
With some unexpected surprises in the SEC, the Bulldogs are still having a chance, at least on paper, to win the SEC East, however unlikely it is. However, a win against Kentucky this weekend is vital to maintain the possibility. Therefore, this weekend is a kind of test for UGA head coach Mark Richt, so hope that the ship is turning around in Athens is concerned.
Ealey Washaun gained 123 yards last week and held onto the ball during the game, and it is important to maintain that momentum, very possible and probable, because the run defense of Kentucky is in the bottom, ahead of Vandy only in the SEC. Aaron Murray has shown remarkable poise as the team leader and the first year of the SEC of the week (for the second consecutive week, actually) has the opportunity to lead the team forward again and it will be interesting to see how up the challenge. It seems that in the last two or three weeks, Coach Richt has taken the first year of red shirt a little breathing room, (not having a collapse if, for example, Murray runs the ball to score a TD) and he has responded well (although, yes, he has to learn to go down at the right time when it is running, do not try to fight for yards against players with 50 pounds on him, he’s going to hurt that way and that does not help him or the team, Richt’s concerns in this area are absolutely valid and justified.)
One of the major focuses – the largest, actually – to defend Todd Grantham this week will be in Kentucky Randall Cobb, who is so versatile, you can do everything from running and catching the ball, launch and return. The list of Kentucky Wildcats are the young people as a “receiver / quarterback, and he has actually thrown five touchdown passes in the last two-plus seasons at Kentucky, as well as 20 rushing, 11 receiving and two in kickoff returns. So, yes, stop the “WildCobb ‘offense will be key to the UGA defense if Georgia is to get his first win of 2010 this weekend.
V. Georgia Kentucky is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 23, in Lexington, KY. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 pm (ET). Fans can watch the game on CSS.
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