Only one person on the College Gameday panel picked Kentucky to beat Georgia and it’s not who you would expect.
Desmond Howard picked the Cats to upset the Dawgs, while Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, and guest picker Alex Bregman went with Georgia. Howard originally wanted to go with Georgia, but flipped his pick when he heard Georgia defensive linemen David Marshall and DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle are out today.
“I may go Kentucky now,” Howard said. “I’m going Kentucky Wildcats. I changing my pick.”
“I love Mark Stoops but Georgia and Jake Fromm, they’ve just been in so many big games,” Herbstreit said. “They’ll find a way.”
Here’s the crew discussing the game earlier in the show:
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Thursday November 08, 2018
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Time to shock the world. Shoutout to former KSR intern Courtney Brewer for making sure the Cats got into the College Gameday crowd in Baton Rouge:
Zois to the rescue pic.twitter.com/TAFIXiMS1L
— Zois Manaris (@zoismanaris) November 3, 2018
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