Another Long Night at Commonwealth Stadium

The Kentucky Wildcats host the Georgia Bulldogs in Commonwealth Stadium tonight and if you are going to predict this one, the hard part will be predicting the difference, not the winner.

Georgia opened as an overwhelming 27 point favorite and the writers of the ESPN SEC Blog have it more than that.

GEORGIA AT KENTUCKY

Edward Aschoff: The Bulldogs are coming off of a bye and take on a Kentucky team that has been ravaged by injuries. Georgia will get right back on track with a big win in the Bluegrass State. … Georgia 45, Kentucky 13

Chris Low: If last week’s weather-shortened debacle in Arkansas is any indication, Kentucky is looking at its first winless SEC season since 2000. Georgia is coming off of a bye week and eager to get the bad taste out of its mouth from the South Carolina loss. That’s bad news for the Wildcats. … Georgia 45, Kentucky 13

Can the Wildcats pull the miracle?

Does that mean they just cover or actually have a shot to win?

Make your prediction in the comments and make sure you use an email I can contact you with in case you win.

The winner will receive a signed Terrence Jones poster.

In case of a tie, the one who posts their prediction first is the winner.

Good Luck and Go Cats!!

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About Scott Anderson

I love covering the Kentucky Wildcats and even though I can't cheer on the outside when I go to games now, I am definitely cheering on the inside. You can follow me at @SAndersonNOB on twitter.

32 comments

  1. Kentucky 10 Georgia 38

  2. uga 42 uk 14. I hate saying that.

  3. 42-7 UGA

  4. UGA 52, UK 17, BYE BYE JOKER!!!!!!

  5. 35 Ga to 10 UK.

  6. UGA 45 UK 3

    Better bet over or under 40,000 in attendance.

  7. 66-24 Georgia over Kentucky

  8. Georgia 52 UK 10.

  9. 52-7 Georgia wins.

  10. Georgia 38 UK 7

  11. Georgia 42- Ky 10

  12. UG 39 UK 15

  13. UG 59 My beloved Wildcats 3

  14. UG 48 UK 3

  15. Georgia 42 – Kentucky 14. Wildcats are just too young and inexperienced. Hoping for no more injuries.

  16. Georgia 47 UK 3

  17. UG 40 UK 17

  18. UG 53 UK 12

  19. UG 35 UK 9

  20. UGA 50. UK14

  21. ky 6 ga 38

  22. Georgia 52 and UK 17

  23. Georgia 48 and UK 6

  24. Jason Stearman

    Georgia 31 Kentucky 13

  25. UGA 48
    Kentucky 6

  26. Georgia 42 Kentucky 10

  27. Georgia 42-Cats-14

  28. Cats 10 Georgia 49