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Complete information for Georgia vs. Kentucky in Week 11. 

By SI Wire
November 04, 2014

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Kentucky Wildcats

Georgia is coming off a loss to Florida that dropped the No. 17 Bulldogs to 6-2 on the season. After starting the season 5-1, Kentucky has lost three in a row and is 5-4. The Wildcats lost 20-10 to Missouri last weekend. 

Georgia has won its last four games against Kentucky and is 53-12-2 in the all-time series. 

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here

How to watch

Kickoff: Noon ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: ESPN

Radio: For a list of Georgia affiliates, click here. For a list of Kentucky affiliates, click here.

Season recaps


11/01: Florida 38, Georgia 20

Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason threw for 319 yards compared to just 27 passing yards by Florida QB Treon Harris, but Georgia lost for the first time since Sept. 13. The Bulldogs defense gave up 418 rushing yards and were down 31-7 at one point in the fourth quarter. Nick Chubb rushed for 156 yards on 21 carries. 

10/18: Georgia 45, Arkansas 32

The Bulldogs became the first non-SEC West team to defeat an SEC West team with the win. Georgia's 38 first half points were the most in an SEC game since 1984. Nick Chubb ran for a career-high 202 yards on 30 carries and had two touchdowns.

10/11: Georgia 34, Missouri 0

The Bulldogs shut out the Tigers while playing without Todd Gurley for the first time. Nick Chubb rushed for 143 yards and one touchdown and added four catches for 31 yards. Brendan Douglas rushed for 65 yards and a score. The Bulldog defense held Missouri under 200 yards of total offense while forcing five turnovers. 

10/4: Vanderbilt 17, Georgia 44

Running back Todd Gurley and quarterback Hutson Mason led the way for the Bulldogs in a rout of the Commodores. Gurley rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns, while Mason connected on 11-of-17 passes for 121 yards, two scores and an interception. Georgia jumped out to a 21-0 lead that was too much for Vanderbilt to overcome. 

09/27: Tennessee 32, Georgia 35​

The offense was led once again by Todd Gurley, who rushed for a career-high 208 yards and two touchdowns. The Bulldogs' defense gave up a late touchdown to the Volunteers, but Georgia recovered the ensuing onside kick and was able to run out the clock. Hutson Mason had his first career multi-interception game.

09/20: Troy 0, Georgia 66

Todd Gurley was pulled after 73 yards on just six carries, but backup Sony Michel picked up right where Gurley left off. Michel rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns. Ten different Bulldog receivers hauled in a catch, but Michael Bennett (three) was the only player to make more than two grabs. Georgia's defense forced two turnovers and limited the Troy offense to just 216 yards.

09/13: South Carolina 38, Georgia 35

The Bulldogs lost their SEC opener to the Gamecocks in Columbia after Marshall Morgan missed a game-tying 28-yard field goal attempt with 4:24 left in the fourth quarter. Hutson Mason threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns, while Todd Gurley had another big game with 131 yards and a touchdown. 

08/30: Clemson 21, Georgia 45​

Todd Gurley set a school record with 293 all-purpose yards in the season-opening win. Gurley returned a kick 100 yards for a touchdown and added 198 yards and three more touchdowns on the ground. Nick Chubb and Hutson Mason ran in the remaining two scores for the Bulldogs. 


11/01: Kentucky 10, Missouri 20

The Wildcats were outgained 320 to 260 and were just 2-of-16 on third down attempts in the loss. Patrick Towles threw a touchdown and an interception across 158 yards and Austin MacGinnis kicked a 47-yard field goal.

10/25: Mississippi State 45, Kentucky 31

Kentucky scored on a 58-yard touchdown pass to Javess Blue from Patrick Towles to cut the deficit to seven entering the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats were never able to catch up to the Bulldogs. Towels threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions, but Mississippi State rushed for 326 yards and four touchdowns to remain the No. 1 team in the country. 

10/18: LSU 41, Kentucky 3

The Wildcats were limited to 217 total yards and only managed a field goal in the first quarter. Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles completed 19 of 36 passes for 146 yards. The Wildcats gave up 303 rushing yards to LSU, including 127 yards and two touchdowns to Terrence McGee.

10/11: Kentucky 48, UL Monroe 14

The Wildcats built off of the momentum gained by their upset win over South Carolina the previous week by scoring 45 unanswered points after being down 14-3 in the first quarter. Stanley Williams was a 100-yard rusher for the Wildcats, while Patrick Towles threw for 216 yards and three touchdowns. Kentucky's defense forced three Warhawks turnovers. 

10/04: Kentucky 45, South Carolina 38

Kentucky was able to upset South Carolina thanks to 21 unanswered points to end the game. The game-winning touchdown came from Alvin Dupree, who returned an interception six yards for a touchdown with just 2:29 left on the clock. The pick-six was one of three turnovers for the Gamecocks. Jojo Kemp led the way for the Wildcats on the ground, with 131 rushing yards and three touchdowns. 

09/27: Kentucky 17, Vanderbilt 7

Kentucky earned a conference win in Week 5, snapping a 17-game losing streak against SEC teams. Patrick Towles threw for 201 yards, one touchdown and an interception. The defense held Vanderbilt to just 139 yards and forced three turnovers.

09/13: Florida 36, Kentucky 30 (3 OT)

The loss to the Gators was Kentucky's first loss of the season. Sophomore quarterback Patrick Towles threw for 369 yards and three touchdowns, but he also had three interceptions. Garrett Johnson was the team's leading receiver with six catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

09/06: Kentucky 20, Ohio 3

Kentucky outgained Ohio 402-223. Wide receiver Ryan Timmons caught 10 passes for 95 yards, while Dorian Baker caught the only touchdown pass from Patrick Towles on the day.

08/30: Kentucky 59, UTM 14

The Wildcats scored 52 unanswered points to start the game. Patrick Towles threw for 377 yards and a touchdown in his first career start while adding another touchdown on the ground. Junior running back Braylon Heard carried the ball just twice but averaged 58 yards per touch on his way to a 116-yard, two touchdown performance.

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