It was not impressive and a couple more plays by the Kentucky Wildcats could have made it a very interesting game. But the Georgia Bulldogs did what they had to do in order to come away with a win.
There were a few Georgia players who stepped up their game and look strong going into next week's game against the Florida Gators. But there are also a few players that need to do some work if they want help this team get back to the SEC Championship game.
Here are the winners and losers from the game against Kentucky.
After a miserable game against South Carolina, Aaron Murray had one of his best games as a Bulldog.
Murray threw for 427 yards to go along with his four touchdown passes. He is now the all-time leader in career touchdown passes at Georgia.
Murray was sacked three times, but he looked very poise throughout the entire game. This was a game he needed to give him confidence going into the Florida matchup.
In order for Murray to have a big night like he had, he needed receivers to make plays after the catch.
Tavarres King was one of those guys, as he led all receivers with nine catches for 188 yards and two touchdowns.
King now has a team-leading 511 yards and five touchdowns.
The Bulldogs do miss Michael Bennett, but King is the No. 1 receiver and he provides Murray a deep threat in the passing game.
And speaking of deep threats, Malcolm Mitchell had his best game at receiver this season. He also had nine catches for 103 yards.
Mitchell played the role of possession receiver where he would make important catches in order to move the chains.
But don't worry fans, because he will making catches down the field in the near future.
The combination of Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley was not a factor in the Kentucky game.
The duo rushed for a combined 70 yards on 18 carries—numbers they are not used to producing, especially considering how they started the season.
The SEC is starting to take notice of what Marshall and Gurley are doing, and the yards for the two will be hard to come by moving forward.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo may have to use them more as fourth and fifth receivers just so they can make plays in open space.
The Wildcats were in the game because they rushed for 207 yards. And the reason they rushed for 207 yards is because the Wildcats' offensive line pushed around the Georgia's defensive line and linebackers.
The Bulldogs were missing Jarvis Jones and they lost Abry Jones during the game, but this unit is too experience to be pushed around on a consistent basis. They have to tighten the run defense next week because if they don't, the Gators will run on them all day long.