NCAA Recap: Wildcats vs. Bulldogs, Georgia Wins 27-3, November 7th 2015

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KENTUCKY WILDCATS GEORGIA BULLDOGS
4-3 November 7, 12:00 PM | Grass of Sanford Stadium 6-3
Final Score
333 Kentucky Wildcats 3
334 Georgia Bulldogs 27

As predicted Vegas Coverage won his pick on Georgia Bulldogs on November 7th 2015.

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Vegas Coverage Handicapping tips: Georgia Bulldogs the away team will beat the Spread -16.0, VC Picks Georgia Bulldogs.

Kentucky couldn’t hang with the Bulldogs on Saturday as Georgia blasted the Wildcats 27-3 in Week 10 action at Sanford Stadium.

Georgia won and also put money in the pockets of their supporters by covering the -17.0-point spread as favorites. Totals bettors, meanwhile, saw the game go UNDER the closing number of 57.5.

Jojo Kemp rushed for 48 yards, while Mikel Horton added 35 yards in the win. Garrett Johnson and Dorian Baker added 49 and 31 receiving yards respectively.

Sony Michel rushed for 165 yards for Kentucky, while Keith Marshall added 60 yards. Greyson Lambert threw for 64 yards for the Wildcats, while receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Keith Marshall had 52 and 10 yards respectively.

Kentucky was outgained by Georgia 390-180 yards in Saturday’s match, while the important battle of first downs was won 21-8 by the Bulldogs.

The time of possession battle favored Georgia as their offense was on the field for 37:36, longer than the 22:24 of their opponents.

Georgia heads into a Week 11 battle against Auburn. Kentucky, meanwhile, will have their next action against Vanderbilt.

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