Kentucky Football vs Georgia today:, schedule, live Stream, TV channel and betting preview for Week 11

Kentucky Wildcats fans ( Credit: Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports)
Kentucky Wildcats fans ( Credit: Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports) /

Week 11 of the college football season is upon us and was the week Kentucky football fans had circled on their calendars with most likely No. 1 ranked Georgia visiting Lexington and the upstart Wildcats looking for a stunner to win the SEC East title.

Well, part of that equation is correct. Georgia (10-0, 7-0) is the No. 1 ranked team in the land and has lived up to its usual hype, but the UK (6-4, 3-4) season crashed and burned after last weekend’s embarrassing 24-21 loss to Vanderbilt snapping the Commodore’s 26-game SEC losing streak and UK fans have scratched today off their calendars.

Meanwhile, Georgia was ripping Mississippi State 45-19 and keeping the SEC East crown and Kentucky lost its fourth out of the past six games.

The Kentucky football offense is a mess and offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello is under fire by fans and even players for an anemic group that can’t score despite having Will Levis under center. While Levis has been banged up this year that is no reason Kentucky can’t effectively get the ball into the endzone and their numbers rank poorly both in the SEC and in the FBS.

Scangarello was asked about that earlier this week.

"“The reality of it is, we need to score more points. (UK head coach Mark Stoops) is not happy with that, I’m not happy with that, there’s not a player in the locker room that’s happy with that. It’s time to get it fixed.”"

There really isn’t any way to spin the fact that Kentucky’s chances of winning this game today are slim to none and exactly what the expectations are of fans at this point have switched over to the basketball team.

Kentucky hasn’t fared well against No. 1 ranked teams going just 3-15 all-time with the last victory in that 2007 triple-overtime thriller over eventual national champion LSU.

Putting that more into perspective:

• Kentucky trails the series against Georgia, 61-12-2, and the Bulldogs have won the last 12.
• Georgia leads the series at Lexington 29-7.
• Kentucky has not won against Georgia since 2009, a 34-27 win in Athens.
• UK’s last win in Lexington against the Bulldogs dates back to 2006, in a 24-20 win.
• UK is 3-28 all-time in games played against a ranked Georgia squad, with the last win coming in 1988.

Our best hope today is not to get completely embarrassed and keep the injuries to a minimum, especially to Levis and live to fight next week’s regular season-ending game against Louisville.

Kentucky football vs Georgia Weather

The weather in Lexington will be cold, but perfect football weather without a cloud in the sky. For those tailgating before kickoff, the temperatures are around noon and finally moving above freezing at 33 degrees, and by kickoff at 3:30 PM a balmy 37 degrees and the high for the day.

Look for temperatures to have dipped back to 34 degrees s as the game hits the fourth quarter for those brave enough to stick it out. Winds will be non-existent and not be a factor at all.

Kentucky football vs Georgia Odds and Betting Pick Week 11

Current odds have Kentucky as a 22.5-point underdog on Fanduel today a line that hasn’t really changed this week. The matchup has an over/under of 47.5 points. The Moneyline has Kentucky +1,260 and the Bulldogs -2,800.

So what are our staff predictions?

Eric Thorne – Georgia 49, Kentucky 7

Tyler Reed – Georgia 42, Kentucky 13

Justin Tyler-McMillian Georiga 49, Kentucky 21

Delonte Smith – Georgia 35, Kentucky 10

What Channel is the Kentucky Football Game On Week 11

The Kentucky game today will be broadcast on CBS

The kickoff is set for 3:30 pm  EST.

Play-by-Play: Brad Nessler

Analyst: Gary Danielson

Sideline: Jenny Dell

Kentucky versus Georgia Live Stream

FuboTV is an excellent option for fans in need of streaming options. And if it is your first time trying FuboTV, you are in luck, as they are currently offering a seven-day free trial for new users.

Kentucky over the airwaves

For the radio enthusiasts, our stellar team of Tom Leach (play-by-play), Jeff Piecoro (analyst), and Dick Gabriel (sideline) will have the UK radio network call that can be heard at 840 AM around Louisville and in the Lexington area at both 630 AM and 98.1 FM. If you are outside these areas check your local stations or you can always listen online at

Kentucky’s Next Game and Schedule

This is it we have reached the end of the regular season and it’s rivalry weekend. Kentuck football will play host to in-state rival Louisville next Saturday at 3 PM ET on the SEC Network.

Bowl Game  TBD

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