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Why another freshman wide receiver could have a breakout game against Kentucky

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edited October 2020 in Article commenting
imageWhy another freshman wide receiver could have a breakout game against Kentucky

Against Alabama, one Georgia freshman wide receiver had a breakout game of sorts with Jermaine Burton catching his first career touchdown. And now with the Bulldogs taking on Kentucky on Saturday, it might be time for another freshman wide receiver to turn heads, as Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint has created some positive

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  • ShoottheHoochShoottheHooch Posts: 1,443 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    The best defense is the defense that produces turnovers. Yes, Bama’s offense is good but the difference in the game was three interceptions and five batted balls. Batted balls may not be direct turnovers, but it effectively leaves the offense with just two downs to get 10 yards before punting. That stacks the odds against th offense in a huge way. Should KY have the same success, they may not blow out the Dawgs, but it will be uncomfortably close if not a win for the Wildcats.

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