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:

A sensible conclusion to the Greg Inglis salary cap situation
Saturday May 18, 2019

So South Sydney get a million bucks in salary cap relief following Greg Inglis’ retirement? Sounds about right. Following the former Queensland skipper’s resignation in April, discussion turned – a little too quickly – from a celebration of one of the all-time great careers to what was going to happen with the Rabbitohs’ salary cap. […]

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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:

The comprehensive end-of-year review: Gold Coast Suns
Saturday November 03, 2018

This is the eighth of nineteen articles that are looking at the meta-results for both team and players, as collected from ELO-Following Football’s wide range of sources. Presenting, the Gold Coast Suns. Back in 2017 The team finished in 17th place with a home-and-away record of 6-16 with a percentage of 76 – and that […]

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Australia should target South Africa with spin
Saturday November 03, 2018

Australia should play both Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar in the first ODI against South Africa today to exploit the Proteas’ weakness against spin. While SA don’t struggle against slow bowlers quite to the same extent as Australia, their batsmen clearly prefer pace on the ball, as would be expected given their upbringing on fast, […]

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