clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Kentucky hits sellout for Georgia

A monster game will be played in front of a soldout Kroger Field crowd.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Jason Marcum - Sea of Blue

The Kentucky Wildcats may be playing one of the biggest games in program history when the Georgia Bulldogs come to town in November.

Though the game is a month away, there’s already been a lot of attention paid to the game, which could very well decide who wins the SEC East and makes it to Atlanta to likely face Alabama for an SEC Championship.

It’s been a special start for the 5-0 Wildcats, and fans have completely bought in. They’ve also bought out all of the tickets for that big clash with the Bulldogs, marking the second sellout Kentucky has hit this season.

The previous sellout was for the win over South Carolina, and that was one of the best atmospheres Kentucky had had in the Mark Stoops era.

Kentucky will need that and then some when the Dawgs come to town.

Go follow our Twitter page to get all of the latest Kentucky Wildcats news and views. And check out our new Kentucky Football shirt.