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0 — Runs of over 20 yards against the Georgia defense this year. Kentucky has 10 rushes of 20 yards or more, the most in the SEC.

3 — Interceptions by Georgia safety Richard LeCounte, the most in the nation.

3.4 — Penalties Kentucky commits per game, the second-fewest in the SEC and ranked No. 12 nationally.

3.85 — More yards per punt Georgia’s Jake Camarda averages than Kentucky’s Max Duffy. Along with Camarda, only one other punter with double-digit attempts has a higher average than Duffy.

4.16 — Yards per carry by Georgia running back Zamir White. He also has blocked a kick this year.

7 — Career pass completions by Joey Gatewood on 13 attempts, five of which have happened this season for Kentucky.

8 — Different Georgia Bulldogs have recorded sacks for a total of 13, second only to LSU in the SEC.

9 — Interceptions by the Kentucky defense, the second most in the nation, trailing only Arkansas.

11 — Wildcats are from the state of Georgia, most notably running back Chris Rodriguez and safety Yusuf Corker.

32 — Years since Kentucky beat a ranked Georgia team. The Wildcats have lost ten straight in the series.

45 — Tackles by UK linebacker and Georgia native Jamin Davis, the fifth-most in the SEC.

98 — Is no longer a Bulldog. The Hot Rod, Rodrigo Blankenship, finally graduated from UGA last year and is currently the kicker for the Indianapolis Colts. Jack Podlesny has made 8-of-10 field goals this season with a long of 51.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR