Michel, Dawgs Bounce Back Against Cats

ATHENS - Georgia used 300 yards rushing to help score 27 points and improve to 6-3 on the season with a 27-3 victory over the Kentucky Widcats.

Sony Michel had 165 yards rushing while Terry Godwin added 26 as both were taking snaps all day. Each scored a touchdown as well. Keith Marshall added to the offense with 60 yards on ground in addition to his 10-yard touchdown catch and run.

Georgia's defense kept the Wildcats out of the endzone all day holding Big Blue to just 79 yards rushing and 180 total yards.

Dominick Sanders hauled in a pair of interceptions on the day as the Bulldogs forced three turnovers. Sanders fumbled one of his interceptions as Georgia committed two turnovers on the day.


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