Kentucky’s 42-13 loss at Georgia on Saturday was to be expected, but what can be learned from it? Host Curtis Burch and Kentucky football beat writer Joe Mussatto broke down the game and what it means moving forward.
And it’s that time of year: college football coaching carousel season. A lot of SEC coaches could be on the move.
Those and other topics are addressed on Monday’s episode of Wildcat Country, your daily Kentucky podcast presented by SEC Country.
- Kentucky held Georgia within reach for a half, but the Bulldogs proved why they’re two wins from a spot in the College Football Playoff. Georgia overmatched and overwhelmed Kentucky en route to a 29-point win. Curtis and Joe discuss the performances of Stephen Johnson and Benny Snell and give injury updates for C.J. Conrad and Mike Edwards.
- But away from the field, Curtis had a beef with the broadcast. CBS’ Gary Danielson didn’t have his A-game on Saturday.
- The Georgia game is over and now it’s onto Louisville. Kentucky can win its eighth regular season game for the first time since 1984, or Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson could get revenge after Kentucky’s upset win a year ago.
- Curtis shares his list of coaching moves predictions. SEC jobs at Florida, Tennessee, Auburn, Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Mississippi State could all be in flux. It’s always fun to forecast coaching changes.
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