Georgia overpowers Kentucky Wildcats, 42-13

No. 7 Georgia handles Kentucky in Athens

Cats get routed by Georgia in final SEC game of the season

Chubb virtually finished Kentucky off at the start of the fourth. Updates with new lead.

He finished with 87 yards on 12 carries as Georgia scored 21 straight points after Kentucky trailed just 21-13 early in the third quarter. The senior has not played in several games while trying to put weight on while managing his diabetes. He shot down the sidelines 55 yards for the final blow.

Nick Chubb took the handoff and patiently waited for his block on the left side of the offensive line to open up.

The 7th ranked team in the nation defended their home against the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday afternoon.

The loss ended the sophomore running back's streak of three straight games with three touchdowns.

Quite a Senior Day, indeed.

When it was done, they both climbed atop a platform in front of the student section to celebrate.

Chubb: Chubb has been a special back at Georgia over the past four years.

That change included the Bulldogs running through the underwhelming SEC East unbeaten for the first time since the league went to two divisions in 1992. "I kind of saved it for right now, for this moment".

But like it has been all year long, it wasn't only Chubb doing the heavy lifting.

They certainly made the most of their final college season.

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Georgia, which was held to only 46 rushing yards a week ago in a loss to Auburn, was able to total 381 rushing yards against Kentucky.

The Bulldogs turned that into a 12-play, 75-yard scoring drive, going ahead 7-3 on 7-yard Chubb touchdown run.

Quarterback Jake Fromm accounted for Georgia's other touchdown with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Javon Wims in the second quarter. Chubb's 151 yards pushed him over the 1,000-yard mark for the third time in his career.

However, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel continued to punish the Cats in the second half, which helped Georgia pull away from Kentucky.

The Cats had another drive stall inside the Georgia 20-yard line and MacGinnis' 35-yarder helped get United Kingdom within a point, 7-6, late in the first quarter.

The Cats fell victim to Georgia's high-powered offense, as the Bulldogs racked up 504 yards of offense.

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