Kentucky-Georgia Postgame Notes

Oct. 23, 2010

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Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is 4-4, 1-4 in the Southeastern Conference. Georgia is 4-4, 3-3 in the SEC.
  • Georgia leads the overall series 50-12-2.
  • Georgia leads the series 24-7 in games played in Lexington.
  • Kentucky is now 46-19 in Homecoming games since 1946.
  • Tonight’s attendance of 70,884 is a season high and the 10th largest in Commonwealth Stadium history.
  • Kentucky's next game is Saturday, Oct. 30, at Mississippi State.  Game time is 7:00 p.m. ET (6 p.m. Central time) and it will be televised by ESPNU.

UK Team Notes

  • Kentucky won the toss and elected to receive.
  • UK has thrown for at least 200 yards in every game this season.
  • UK had 423 yards of total offense, the most since gaining 424 yards at Ole Miss.
  • UK was 2-for-4 on fourth downs in the game and is now 12-for-17 this season.
  • UK has scored at least 30 points in four-consecutive SEC games, the first time that has happened since 1999.
  • Kentucky surrendered only 290 total yards on defense, the lowest total since allowing 172 yards versus Akron earlier this season and the lowest in SEC play since versus Vanderbilt in 2009.

Game Summary

  • 1st Quarter Summary
    • UK’s Mike Hartline sacked by UGA’s Justin Huston for an 11-yd loss. Hartline fumble recovered at the UK24.
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 3-yd TD
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made the PAT. UGA 7, UK 0 (11:57)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 15-yd pass to Randall Cobb to the UK35.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes an 18-yd pass to Chris Matthews to the UGA40.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made a 41-yd field goal. UGA 7, UK 3 (5:14)
    • UGA’s Brandon Boykin returned the kickoff 100 yards for a TD.
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made the PAT. UGA 14, UK 3 (4:57)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 21-yd pass to La’Rod King to the UK46. King fumble recovered at the UK44 and returned by Sanders Cummings to the UK33.
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh missed a 47-yd field goal.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline stopped for no gain on 4th and 1 at the UK39.
  • 2nd Quarter Summary
    • UGA’s Aaron Murray completes a 16-yd pass to A.J. Green to the UK3
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 2-yd TD
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made the PAT. UGA 21, UK 3 (13:04)
    • UK’s Donald Russell fumbled, recovered by UGA’s Justin Huston at the UK5.
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 2-yd TD
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made the PAT. UGA 28, UK 3 (6:47)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 19-yd pass to Raymond Sanders to the UGA41.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline sacked by UGA’s Justin Huston for an 11-yd loss.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 35-yd TD pass to La’Rod King.
    • It was King’s fourth TD catch of the season and fifth of his career.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UGA 28, UK 10 (1:09)
  • 3rd Quarter Summary
    • UGA’s Aaron Murray completes a 34-yd pass to A.J. Green to the UK10
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 2-yd TD
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh missed the PAT. UGA 34, UK 10 (11:05)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 20-yd pass to Chris Matthews to the UGA28.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline was intercepted by UGA’s Sanders Cummings in the end zone.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 22-yd TD pass to La’Rod King.
    • It was King’s fifth TD catch of the season and sixth of his career.
    • UK’s Craig McIntosh made the PAT. UGA 34, UK 17 (0:41)
  • 4th Quarter Summary
    • UGA’s Aaron Murray completes a 25-yd pass to A.J. Green to the UK10
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 1-yd TD
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made the PAT. UGA 41, UK 17 (13:53)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline sacked by UGA’s Justin Huston for a 7-yd loss.
    • UK’s Raymond Sanders rushed for 21 yards to the UK47.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 39-yd TD pass to Chris Matthews.
    • It was Matthews’ seventh TD catch of the season and 10th of his career.
    • UK’s Randall Cobb completes a pass to Matt Roark for the two-point conversion. UGA 41, UK 25 (10:52)
    • UGA’s Washaun Ealey rushed for 41 yards to the UK7.
    • UGA’s Blair Walsh made a 30-yd field goal. UGA 44, UK 25 (8:05)
    • UK’s Mike Hartline completes a 9-yd TD pass to Raymond Sanders.
    • UK’s Mike Hartline’s pass to Randall Cobb for the two-point conversion was incomplete.UGA 44, UK 31 (1:17)

UK Individual Notes

  • Hartline was 27-of-43 for 353 yards and four touchdowns and one interception.
  • Hartline posted his second straight 300-yard game for the first time in his career.
  • He now has 4,646 career passing yards and ranks fifth on UK’s all-time list. He needs 917 more passing yards to tie Bill Ransdell (1983-86) for fourth place.
  • Hartline threw for a career-high 353 yards, besting his previous high of 349 yards set against South Carolina set last week. He also tied his career high for touchdown passes with four, set last week against South Carolina.
  • Cobb finished with seven receptions tying him for 11th on UK’s all-time pass receptions list with 107. He’s five shy of tying Quentin McCord (112) for 10th.
  • Cobb scored two points in the game and now has scored 204 career points. He is in fifth place on UK’s career scoring list and needs 22 points to tie Taylor Begley (2002-05) for fourth on the career scoring list.
  • Cobb totaled 172 all-purpose yards with 45 receiving yards and 127 kick-off return yards, moving into ninth on UK’s career all-purpose yards list. Cobb passed Dicky Lyons, Sr. (1966-68) and now needs 114 yards to match Moe Williams (1993-95) for eighth.
  • La’Rod King had three catches for a career-high 88 yards. King caught two touchdowns for the second consecutive game.
  • Raymond Sanders had a career-high 16 rushes for 88 yards. Sanders also caught a career-high seven passes for a career-high 88 yards receiving.
  • Danny Trevathan led the Wildcat defense with 11 tackles.
  • He has led UK in tackles in seven of its eight games this season, including double-digit tackles in four straight games.
  • The last UK player to have four straight games with double-digit tackles was Jeff Snedegar in 1997.
  • Winston Guy totaled eight stops and has at least four tackles in every game this season.
  • Craig McIntosh has made six-consecutive field goals.  It’s the longest streak since Lones Seiber made seven in a row in 2007.