The No. 2-ranked Kentucky baseball team puts its nation-best 25-1 record on the line this weekend in a three-game series at No. 18 Georgia, beginning Friday night.
Kentucky, which extended its school-record home winning streak to 19 on Tuesday with a win over Western Kentucky, is tied with Florida for first place in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division at 5-1. The Wildcats own series wins over Tennessee and two-time defending national champion South Carolina.
Georgia (17-9, 3-3) is third in the SEC East.
UK will send its regular rotation to the mound for the seventh consecutive weekend. Junior left-hander Taylor Rogers (4-1, 3.82 ERA) will start the opener, followed by junior lefty Jerad Grundy (3-0, 2.88 ERA) on Saturday and sophomore lefty Corey Littrell (3-0, 2.04 ERA) on Sunday.
The Wildcats lead the SEC in batting (.321), runs (202) and RBI (185).