Kentucky's DeAndre Square declares Georgia game will be different: 'We’ll be ready for this moment'
After Kentucky’s resounding victory over the LSU Tigers 42-21, the Wildcats find themselves in a familiar position. Once again, after beating Florida and taking care of other business, Mark Stoops’ team has the chance to take the outright lead in the SEC East by taking down Georgia.
The Cats have been here before and never lived up to the hype or the occasion but UK linebacker DeAndre Square feels this time it’s different for this squad going into Saturday’s marquee matchup with the No. 1 Bulldogs.
“I was on that 2018 team and I need to talk about that for a minute,” Square said Saturday night, per 247Sports. “We had a nice amount of star power, but I don’t feel like we were ready for the moment. I feel like we’ll be ready for this moment. It’s a big week. The guys are ready.”
The 2018 Wildcats team came into the Georgia game with the chance to take the division lead but lost 34-17.