How to Watch Georgia at Kentucky
Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs look to bounce back after their first loss of the season as they take on the Kentucky Wildcats. GETTY IMAGES

It feels like Kentucky should have a better record than they do. Currently sitting at 2-3, the Wildcats have had some completely remarkable wins and some really confusing goose eggs. For example, they beat a ranked Tennessee team two weeks ago, and then this past week had a complete dud scoring only 10 points in a loss to Missouri.

Then there was the very strange final score in their game against Mississippi State. The air-raid offense of Mike Leach and the Bulldogs has come to a screeching halt ever since they beat defending champs LSU in the opening week. The Wildcats beat them 24-2 which we keep checking the box score to see if that was a real final score.

Their defense has kept them in games undoubtedly thanks to defensive minded head coach Mark Stoops. But to keep up with Georgia and pull off a stunning upset, they are going to most likely need to match them in a high-scoring shootout. They've proven they're capable of accomplishing this with their nail-biting 41-42 OT loss against Ole Miss this season.

To do so they're going to have to rely their running back Chris Rodriguez Jr. and hope he performs like he did in that Ole Miss game. In that matchup he rushed 17 times for 133 yards and two scores. In his last three games though, he has 159 yards and two touchdowns. To counter this stout Georgia defense, that just won't cut it. Last year, Georgia shutout the Wildcats 21-0.

What TV Channel is Georgia-Kentucky on?

Georgia-Kentucky will be shown on SEC Network at 12:00 p.m. ET. You can live stream College Games on fuboTV.

How to Watch Georgia-Kentucky

When: Saturday, October 31
Where: Kroger Field, Lexington, KY
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NFL free with fuboTV)

Georgia has been great this year but they ran into a familiar problem last week. Kirby Smart and the Bulldogs just can't seem to get past Alabama. They lost to the Crimson Tide two weeks ago and it wasn't even that close in the end losing 42-24. Nick Saban has still never lost to a former assistant including two wins this year over former offensive coordinators Jimbo Fisher and Lane Kiffin and one win over former defensive coordinator Smart.

The Bulldog's defense is still considered one of the best, if not the best, defense in the nation.  Smart said that the way his team has to improve on defense is not give up the giant 90+ yard plays like they did to Alabama. They didn't slide too far in the rankings going from #3 to #5. Quarterback Stetson Bennett has still proved he should be the starter even with a lot of competition at his heels. Either way, Georgia has had an extra week to prepare for Kentucky and they aren't about to slide now. They still have their sights set on getting a rematch with Alabama in the SEC Championship, which is still very much attainable.  

Georgia-Kentucky Betting Odds

Georgia Odds: -17
Kentucky Odds: +17
Money Line: Georgia -1,111 - Kentucky +600
Over/Under: 42.5