No. 1 Georgia hasn’t officially announced who its starting quarterback will be ahead of a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff against No. 11 Kentucky on CBS. However, it appears that Stetson Bennett IV could get the call once more in place of JT Daniels, who has been working his way back from a lat injury.

It’s not affected the Bulldogs much, though, as they enter Saturday’s game with a perfect record and a chance to head into the open week at 7-0. While their defense has been the biggest part of their success, the health of Daniels, expected to be a key piece of the puzzle in the offense, continues to be a talking point with 5 regular season games left after this one.

On the SEC Network’s “Marty & McGee” on Saturday morning, Kirby Smart had some good news for Marty Smith and Ryan McGee as far as Daniels’ progression in practice is concerned, but did express uncertainty as to when the junior would be at full health.

Holding Daniels out against Kentucky obviously gives him that much more time to get healthy without risking further injury heading into the open week. Fortunately, Bennett’s held up his end of the bargain so far, and that’s good news for Bulldogs fans.