With both DeAndre Swift and Fromm gone from Georgia, along with the majority of their offensive and defensive lines, things could open up in the SEC East for both the Florida Gators and Kentucky Wildcats in the coming future.
The Dawgs are losing a lot from this past season, which should make the SEC East, even by a tiny bit, more competitive between, arguably, the top-three teams in the SEC East in Georgia, Florida, and Kentucky.
Fromm and Swift torched Kentucky for three straight seasons, and ultimately derailed Kentucky’s quest for an SEC East title in the 2018 season, beating the Wildcats on their home field.
Now, Georgia is more than likely still going to be the odds-on favorite to win the East and advance to Atlanta for a fourth straight season in 2020, especially with another star-studded recruiting class. But both the Wildcats and Gators are bringing in star-studded classes of their own that is sure to make for some compelling football games next season.
Kentucky returns 18 starters for next season, along with gaining injured DB Devonte Robinson and injured QB Terry Wilson back. Kentucky’s entire freshman class this season was also able to redshirt for the 2019 campaign.