The No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs (10-0) are headed to an SEC fight against the Kentucky Wildcats (6-4) at Kroger Field on Saturday, November 19, 2022. We’ve got more details below, and that includes how to watch this match on FuboTV.
How to watch Kentucky vs. Georgia
Betting information for Georgia vs. Kentucky
Statistics of Georgia and Kentucky
- Georgia has averaged 40.6 points per game on the board this season, 20.6 more than the 20 dropped by Kentucky.
- This season, Kentucky has forced 12 turnovers and Georgia has turned the ball over 12 times.
- Kentucky has averaged 11.7 more points this season (23.3) than Georgia has conceded (11.6).
- This season, Georgia has forced 11 turnovers compared to the 16 times Kentucky has turned over the ball.
Georgia players to watch
- Stetson Bennett leads Georgia with 2,895 passing yards (289.5 ypg) on 223 of 330 passing with 14 touchdowns versus five interceptions this season. He also adds 144 rushing yards (14.4 ypg) on 35 carries while scoring seven touchdowns on the ground.
- Daijun Edwards has carried the ball 92 times for a team-high 499 yards (49.9 per game), with seven touchdowns this year.
- This season, Kenny McIntosh has 91 carries for 425 yards (42.5 per game) and six touchdowns while also catching 31 passes for 322 yards (32.2 per game) and one touchdown.
- Brock Bowers’ team-leading 615 receiving yards (61.5 yards per game) has 39 receptions with four touchdowns.
- Ladd McConkey has compiled a 578-yard season (57.8 yards per game) with four touchdowns and 43 passes.
- Darnell Washington has 24 catches for 392 yards (39.2 ypg) and a touchdown this season.
Kentucky players in mind
- Will Levis has thrown for 2,012 yards (201.2 ypg) to lead Kentucky, has completed 66.1% of his passes and has 16 touchdown passes and nine interceptions this season.
- Christopher Rodriguez Jr.’s team-high 733 rushing yards (73.3 per game) came for 134 carries, with six touchdowns this year.
- This season, Kavosiey Smoke has rushed for 277 yards (27.7 per game) with 58 carries and a touchdown.
- Tayvion Robinson’s 470 receiving yards (47 yards per game) speed up all receivers on the team. He has a total of 35 receptions and three touchdowns.
- Barion Brown has compiled a 415-yard season (41.5 yards per game) with two touchdowns and 31 passes.
- Dane Key’s 26 grabs gave him 412 yards (41.2 ypg) and five touchdowns.
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