first_imgBenny Snell running the ball for Kentucky.LEXINGTON, KY – SEPTEMBER 30: Benny Snell Jr. #26 of the Kentucky Wildcats runs the ball as Derric Williams #42 of the Eastern Michigan Eagles tries to make the stop at Commonwealth Stadium on September 30, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)While next weekend’s marquee college football matchup is Alabama-LSU, another SEC matchup – Kentucky-Georgia – could give that game a run for its money.Both teams have 7-1 records, so the winner of the game will control their own destiny in the chase for a spot in the SEC Championship Game.Ahead of the big game between the Wildcats and the Bulldogs, SEC analyst Paul Finebaum gave his prediction for the game.The SEC super-analyst spoke glowingly about the great season Kentucky is having, but he ultimately felt the Wildcats didn’t have enough to get the win.“I’m not optimistic, but Kentucky being at home has momentum,” Finebaum said on SportsCenter this past weekend. “This is going to be the biggest football game in Kentucky history. That’s not saying very much. It’s going to overshadow the Duke-Kentucky basketball game a couple of nights later, but this place will be insane.“Give Kentucky credit. Their offense takes some getting used to, but they went on the road and lost in overtime to Texas A&M and they pulled out the game they had to win (Missouri). It’s all about Saturday. It’s going to be a celebration. Do I think they’re going to win? Probably not.”Georgia has dominated their games against Kentucky, winning 57 of 71 games between the two. The Bulldogs also have an eight-game winning streak against the Wildcats.last_img read more