After losing their first two games of the season, the Georgia Bulldogs have won eight straight.
They are now in a position to advance to the SEC championship game if they can win this game.
And that doesn't appear to be a very difficult task, as they will take on the horrible Kentucky Wildcats.
Kentucky is just 1-5 in the SEC and have lost three of those conference games by at least 28 points.
Where: Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia
When: Saturday, November 19th at 12:21 p.m. EST
Watch: SEC Network
Live Stream: ESPN3
Betting Line: Georgia -31 according to Bodog Sports
Injury Report for Kentucky:
View updated injury report for Kentucky here.
Injury Report Georgia:
View updated injury report for Georgia here.
BCS/Top 25 Poll Implications:
If they win out Georgia will slide into a BCS bowl game. If they win this game they will play in the SEC championship game; if they win that game, they will definitely be in a BCS bowl game.
What They're Saying: Georgia has been on fire after starting the season 0-2. A few thoughts from head coach Mark Richt, via ESPN:
"I go back to the locker room after the game and I basically said, `Men, just don't put your heads down," Richt said. "'Don't lose heart. We've got a chance to be good team."
Richt's players responded with a dramatic recovery. No. 13 Georgia has won eight straight games and can clinch a spot in the Southeastern Conference championship game by beating Kentucky on Saturday.
The turnaround is redemption for Richt, who began the season on the hot seat. He said he didn't want his players to worry about his future, especially after the 0-2 start.
Richt said he told his players "Don't focus on anything swirling around -- good or bad. Just do your job.
Player to Watch Kentucky: WR LaRod King
King is the go-to guy for this offense and one of their few bright spots. King is a legitimate NFL prospect and can beat any corner one-on-one.
He is coming off a game five-catch, 82-yard game and leads the Wildcats in all major receiving categories.
Player to Watch Georgia: QB Aaron Murray
Murray has been doing a great job of running this high-powered offense. He has thrown for 2,284 yards, 27 touchdowns and just eight interceptions.
His decision-making has improved as the season has progressed and Murray been on a tear the last two games. In those games, the Tampa, Florida native has thrown nine touchdowns and no interceptions.
Prediction: Georgia 52, Kentucky 9