Kentucky got on the board first with a 36-yard pass from Andre Woodson to Kennan Burton on which Burton blew by cornerback Prince Miller. Head coach Mark Richt didn't blame the secondary for that one, though. He said Woodson had too much time to throw. Which brings us to key No. 2.
The Wildcats offensive line was beating Georgia's defensive line in the passing game throughout the first half, Richt said. "We began to wear that down just a little bit (in the second half)," Richt said. Georgia finished with five sacks and picked off one Woodson pass.
Run the ball
The Bulldogs rushed for 189 yards on 109 of those came in the second half, when they took the lead and put the game away. Georgia held the ball for 18:29 of the second half thanks to that running game and won the time of possession overall 34:15-25:45.