Kentucky, like every other team that’s faced Georgia this season, found itself no match for the Bulldogs defense on Saturday. Despite going 32-of-42, Will Levis managed just 192 yards and 2 touchdowns on the day, one with the game already decided.

Chris Rodriguez, who entered as the SEC’s leading rusher, registered just 7 yards on 7 carries, with the Wildcats limited to 51 yards on 27 attempts. Wan’Dale Robinson, coming in with the most receiving yards in the conference, was held to just 39 yards on 12 catches, only finding the end zone with just seconds remaining.

It was another terrific effort against a Kentucky team that had hung 42 points on LSU a week prior. During his weekly radio show on Monday, Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops was asked what he thought was the most frustrating part of facing the Georgia defense.

“Take your pick,” Stoops responded, according to Kentucky Sports Radio’s Jack Pilgrim. “[Georgia has] arguably the best front seven I’ve ever seen. Pretty darn good secondary, too.”

For context, Stoops has been coaching since 1990 following a playing career at Iowa. That’s obviously high praise, and an assessment that more than a few people will likely agree with.