NCAA Game Summary - Georgia at Kentucky|
(Saturday, October 23rd)
Final Score: Georgia 44, Kentucky 31
Lexington, KY (Sports Network) - Washaun Ealey set a school record with five
rushing touchdowns to lead the Georgia Bulldogs to a 44-31 victory over the
Kentucky Wildcats in SEC action.
Ealey posted a season-high 157 rushing yards on 28 attempts for Georgia (4-4,
3-3 SEC), which has won its last three games.
Mike Hartline threw for 353 yards and four touchdowns in defeat for Kentucky
Just three minutes into the contest, Ealey opened the scoring with a three-
yard touchdown run.
Kentucky cut its deficit to 7-3 with a 41-yard field goal by Craig McIntosh,
but Georgia answered back immediately with a 100-yard kickoff return for a
touchdown by Brandon Boykin. After one quarter of action, the Bulldogs owned a
Georgia stretched its lead to 28-3 in the second quarter on a pair of two-yard
Just before halftime, Kentucky managed to reach the end zone for the first
time, as Hartline and La'Rod King hooked up for a 35-yard pitch and catch to
make the score 28-10.
The teams each managed one touchdown in the third quarter. After Ealey reached
paydirt from two yards out, King hauled in a 22-yard touchdown pass from
Hartline. After 45 minutes, Georgia owned a 34-17 edge.
In the final frame, the Bulldogs got a one-yard touchdown run by Ealey and a
30-yard field goal from Blair Walsh. Hartline threw a pair of scores in that
fourth quarter, a 39-yarder to Chris Matthews and a nine-yarder to Raymond
The Bulldogs turned four Kentucky turnovers into 17 points, a key to the
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