Prey On the (Emotionally) Weak
Kentucky has not won a conference game since 2011, and the talent differential between the Bulldogs and the Wildcats does not present a lot of optimism for those looking for an upset. That being said, Kentucky has probably not faced a more emotionally drained opponent in years.
Georgia survived a brutal early-season stretch before getting upset at home by Missouri and Vanderbilt. Last week's game was thoroughly disheartening, and seven of the Dawgs' 10 games have been close late in the fourth quarter.
This Georgia team has to be fatigued. That opens the door for a team like Kentucky.
Open Up the Playbook
There are very few things that Kentucky does well. The Wildcats are 95th in the nation in passing yards and 78th in rushing. They fail to crack the top 75 in either scoring offense or scoring defense.
Kentucky's best bet is to get fancy on offense. Georgia's secondary has been exposed time and time again, and the Bulldogs have a tendency to give up big plays. The Cats need to have fun with play-calling. And who knows, they might catch the eye of a few recruits from the talent-rich state of Georgia in the process.