Georgia upset by Cats: Three Keys Revisited
Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford
Dawg Post Reporter
Posted Nov 5, 2006

ATHENS - Josh Kendall reviews his three keys to Georgia's game with Kentucky.


For the fourth time this season, the Bulldogs failed to do that. They have now lost four of five games for the first time since the opening five games of the 1993 season.

Hold onto the ball

Nope. Georgia committed four turnovers, giving it 14 in the last three games. Freshman quarterback Matthew Stafford threw three more interceptions. There’s nothing left to say on this topic. The Bulldogs won’t win again if they keep up this pace.

Continue playing hard

No one can accuse this team of quitting. The Bulldogs gave up a fourth-quarter lead but then got it back with less than five minutes remaining. However, the execution didn’t match the effort on the defense’s final trip on the field.

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