Georgia is the No. 1 team in the nation for a bevy of reasons; however, Kent State made the Bulldogs look rather pedestrian in the first half.

Yes, Georgia leads 26-13, but the score doesn’t tell the whole story at this point. Similarly, Georgia had outscored opponents 130-10 ahead of Week 4. Kent State totaled 13 in the first half Saturday.

Entering Saturday, Georgia hadn’t given up a turnover in 3 games. Georgia gave up 3 turnovers in the first half verses the Golden Flashes.

Ladd McConkey is having a rough afternoon. The Georgia receiver muffed a punt that led to a field goal, and he also fumbled it while running after the catch. The fumble led to a Kent State touchdown. Quarterback Stetson Bennett also threw a rough interception in the first half — a ball that was under thrown as the Kent State defensive back made a nice play on it.

Sure, Georgia will wake up and likely go on to pound Kent State, but the first half is certainly Kirby Smart will look to improve upon.

College football fans took note of Georgia’s sleepwalking start against Kent State.