Georgia has been talking all week about wanting to face Florida for a shot at the SEC East lead. But after how the Bulldogs looked against Kentucky, they proved they aren't ready for the Gators.
With the versatility that's automatic with a receiving tight end, prospect Blake Jackson likely would see the field early at UGA, and says he would love to team up with Orson Charles.
Top targets remaining on the board were watching, and they resoundingly applauded Georgia's efforts in going from 0-2 to the SEC East title.
It wasn't long into the game against Kentucky that Georgia's defense knew it was all on them. After a lackluster first quarter, they buckled down and saved the day.
If the Bulldogs win, they secure an SEC East title. If they lose, South Carolina will play in the SEC championship game. A win would also be the ninth in a row for Georgia -- the longest winning streak for a Georgia team since 1982.
Closer to the SEC title game than they have been in six years, the Bulldogs can't and won't lose sight of this week's Kentucky game, the final hurdle in their run for the SEC East crown.