Random thoughts from UGA-Kentucky 

October, 21, 2012
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LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Some notes, quotes and observations from Georgia’s 29-24 win against Kentucky on Saturday night:

• Needless to say, Georgia’s defensive issues are clearly not solved. Kentucky had been a train wreck on offense in conference play and the Wildcats posted new SEC-season highs in points (24), first downs (21), rushing yards (206), total offense (329) and matched their SEC-season high for third-down conversions (6-for-14).

Give Todd Grantham and company credit for adjusting since Kentucky started out 4-for-5 on third down and went just 2-for-9 afterward. But this Wildcats team hadn’t scored an offensive touchdown in the first quarter since the 2010 season. They had only three first-quarter points in seven previous games this season. And yet they moved the ball straight down the field like they were Oregon to open the game with a touchdown.
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