UGA Football

Predicting Saturday's game between Georgia and Kentucky

Georgia running back Nick Chubb runs against Kentucky in a 2016 meeting.
Georgia running back Nick Chubb runs against Kentucky in a 2016 meeting. AP

Here's what The Telegraph's sportswriters believe will happen in Saturday's game between No. 7 Georgia and Kentucky.

Jason Butt: A week after suffering its first loss of the season, Georgia bounces back in a big way. But to do so, the Bulldogs will need to ensure Kentucky running back Benny Snell is contained. If Georgia can lock Snell down, it should roll to a big win. Prediction: Georgia 37, Kentucky 10

Jordan Hill: The Bulldogs are coming off an embarrassing loss to Auburn, but luckily for them they follow that game by playing Kentucky. Benny Snell may break a few big runs here and there, but I believe the Wildcats will find their trip to Athens is one to forget. Prediciton: Georgia 35, Kentucky 13

Wilson Alexander: Georgia will get back on track this weekend against the Wildcats. Though Kentucky's Benny Snell could cause Georgia problems, the Wildcats don't have many other offensive threats. Plus, Georgia's players seem ready to reassert themselves after last weekend's loss to Auburn. Prediction: Georgia 42, Kentucky 17

Bill Shanks: Georgia will bounce back well from the beatdown last week in Auburn. Kentucky may keep it close in the first half but Georgia will pull away and win. Prediction: Georgia 34, Kentucky 17

Brandon Sudge: Georgia may have troubles with Benny Snell just as it did with Kerryon Johnson a week ago, but the Bulldogs are out to make a rebounding statement in the home finale. Prediction: Georgia 38, Kentucky 14