Georgia at Kentucky football game pushed back one week to October 31
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Georgia at Kentucky football game pushed back one week to October 31

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Georgia’s game on the road against the Kentucky Wildcats has been pushed back one week to Saturday, October 31, the SEC announced on Friday.

The Bulldogs were originally scheduled to take on Kentucky at Kroger Field in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, Oct. 24. The game was pushed back to accommodate scheduling changes with Missouri.

Missouri was scheduled to play at Vanderbilt on Oct. 17, but the game was postponed due to COVID-19 issues at Vanderbilt. The Tigers will now host Kentucky on Oct. 24 and play at Florida on Oct. 31.

With the changes, neither Georgia nor Florida will have their traditional bye the week prior to their contest in Jacksonville.

The Bulldogs have defeated the Kentucky Wildcats ten consecutive times dating back to the 2010 season. Last season, the Bulldogs recorded a shutout of the Wildcats at Sanford Stadium, 21-0.

With Georgia’s ten-game winning streak, the Bulldogs have extended their lead in the overall series to 59-12-2.

The Georgia Bulldogs are currently ranked 3rd in both the AP and Coaches polls. Georgia (3-0) has defeated Arkansas 37-10, Auburn 27-6, and Tennessee 44-21. The Bulldogs’ next game is at Alabama on Saturday, Oct. 17 (8:00pm ET, CBS).

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