Love it or hate it? Fans react to fast-paced, throwback-style first half between Georgia and Kentucky
By the time you finish reading this story, the Georgia-Kentucky game might be over.
Who needs the forward pass? The Bulldogs and Wildcats are running the ball down each other’s throats on Saturday afternoon in Lexington, and it’s leading to a very quick game.
Right now, the game is at halftime, and the score is 7-3 in favor of Georgia after a long Kentucky drive stalled out with a field goal.
So, what do fans think of this throwback-style game? Well, it seems people either love it or hate it, with no in-between:
This Georgia/Kentucky game is the first real SEC football game I’ve seen all season. Run run run punt run run run punt run run run punt defense defense defense
— Blake Krass (@BlakeyLocks) October 31, 2020
Georgia-Kentucky putting up monsoon passing stats without a drop of rain pic.twitter.com/fNutfG4HN1
— The Solid Verbal (@SolidVerbal) October 31, 2020
Georgia/Kentucky going to be over by 2:30
— SC (@PullingGuard79) October 31, 2020
Georgia Kentucky trying to set some records. 40 minutes later it’s under 8 minutes til halftime
— BJ Byrd (@bygbyrd8) October 31, 2020
Georgia/Kentucky game boring AF. Play calling like it’s raining cats and dogs
— Eric Walker (@GeorgiaBoy_1) October 31, 2020
The Georgia-Kentucky game is setting offense back by 50 years
— Spencer Gardner (@SpencerGardner2) October 31, 2020
Georgia and Kentucky have to have the most outdated offenses in football. But I frankly like watching this.
— Zinaford McDaniel (@DownScreenMan) October 31, 2020
Coaches, don’t let your wide receivers watch Georgia vs Kentucky.
— Creig BOOwing (@acewing) October 31, 2020
— Jordan Wendt (@jordanwendt) October 31, 2020
So basically each quarter of Georgia-Kentucky will consist of just over a single possession
— Sarah K. Spencer (@sarah_k_spence) October 31, 2020
At the pace this game is going, it could finish in record time. We’ll see what happens in the second half, but for now, fans of old-school football will want to enjoy it while it lasts.