ATHENS, Ga. -- Here are three Georgia players who earned helmet stickers with their performances in Saturday's 59-17 win against Kentucky.
Hutson Mason: Aaron Murray's second-quarter knee injury forced the Bulldogs' backup quarterback into the game earlier than expected, but Mason was outstanding from his first series. He led the Bulldogs to a touchdown in five plays just before halftime and guided the offense to four touchdowns and a field goal in the five possessions he was at the helm. Mason finished 13-for-19 for 189 yards and a touchdown, and he scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak.
Josh Harvey-Clemons: One of the goats of last week's loss to Auburn, Harvey-Clemons had one of his best games on Saturday. He recovered two fumbles, forced one and also posted six tackles and two tackles for a loss. The sophomore safety also delivered a handful of vicious hits on a defense that held Kentucky to just 211 yards of total offense.
Todd Gurley: The sophomore tailback carried eight times for 77 yards and caught five passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns. His 16-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter off a screen pass ended with Gurley soaring across the goal line from the 5-yard line -- a highlight-reel play that was reminiscent of Georgia great Knowshon Moreno's memorable 2008 touchdown against Arizona State.