If Kentucky is just playing out the string on its 2011 season and serving as a patsy for Georgia's coronation as SEC East champions, no one bothered to tell the Wildcats. Kentucky turned a Georgia turnover and a pair of questionable penalties into a touchdown to take a 10-6 lead against the Bulldogs in Athens.
Kentucky took over in Georgia territory after a fumble, and quarterback Maxwell Smith hit Nick Melillo on a 13-yard pass, then got seven more yards on the next play when the Dawgs were flagged for a suspect personal foul call. Two players later, a borderline pass-interference call increased the volume of the boos in Sanford Stadium and gave the Wildcats a first down at the Georgia 2. Smith hit Tyler Robinson to give Kentucky a lead.
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