Georgia football, led by Kirby Smart, has defeated every foe that has stood in their way this season; the team is 10-0 and regarded as the best in the country by almost every analyst. On Saturday, Smart’s Bulldogs will play a rated opponent in Kentucky football after defeating ranked teams in Oregon and Tennessee.
Kirby Smart isn’t taking the 6-4 Wildcats for granted despite the fact that they might not appear to be a match for the unbeaten Bulldogs. In actuality, the head coach of the Georgia football team is getting ready for a knockdown, drag-out brawl.
According to Mike Griffith of Dawgnation.com, Smart had the following to say about the impending Georgia-Kentucky matchup. Because the games our players have played against Kentucky have been bloodbaths, there is major league respect for Kentucky in our program, Smart said.
Any CFB Coach can promise a HS player and his parents the world.
But THIS is why players come to The University of Georgia and play their hearts out for Kirby Smart.
— Athens Steve (@rainy_steve) November 8, 2022
Georgia football under Kirby Smart has the highest regard for Kentucky, who defeated them handily by a score of 14-3 two years ago.
As a result of the Bulldogs suffering four injuries during that contest, Smart remarked on how “physical” it was and how the players were “dropping like flies.” Then, last year in Athens, they engaged in physical activity. Because of this, Smart refers to these games as “bloodbaths.”
He is aware that whenever these two SEC teams face up, they will play until the final whistle, and there will undoubtedly be after-game activities as well. This game can be seen as a trial run for the SEC Championship game against another physically demanding team, the LSU Tigers, which Kirby Smart and the Georgia football team will eventually have to play. That will also result in a bloodbath. However, they must first get past this one.