The Kentucky Wildcats season, and it’s certainly not been the ideal first season for head coach Mark Stoops. It only got worse on Saturday night as the Cats were embarrassed at Sanford Stadium by the Georgia Bulldogs on their senior night. From the start, Georgia played with a fire and passion that overwhelmed a lethargic effort by the Cats.
The Dawgs cored on each of their first three possessions while the Cats were going three-and-out on offense, and it only got worse when starting quarterback Jalen Whitlow went down with a stinger that knocked him out for the remainder of the game.
It looked like the Cats were going to take a sizable beating until third-string running back Dyshawn Mobley provided this spark:
It wouldn’t be enough, as Georgia QB Aaron Murray threw four first-half TDs that helped the Dawgs cruise to a win. Murray was injured towards the end of the first-half, but Hutson Mason went 13/19 and threw on TD ion relief of Murray.
Next up for the Cats are the Tennessee Volunteers on Senior Day.