Instant analysis from Kentucky's 52-21 loss to Tennessee:
How the game was won
Down 14-10 with 6:15 left in the first half, Tennessee went on an explosive 42-7 "run" and beat Kentucky for the 30th time in the past 31 games.
1. Joshua Dobbs. Another week, another dual-threat quarterback slicing and dicing UK. The UT QB ran for two scores and threw for two in the first three quarters. He finished with 233 yards passing and 51 yards rushing.
2. Tennessee special teams. Evan Berry took a kickoff back 100 yards for a TD for the Volunteers. Cameron Sutton returned a punt 84 yards for a TD for the Big Orange. Both in the third quarter.
3. Cory Johnson. The 6-foot-3, 300-pound Kentucky defensive tackle did his best American Pharoah imitation when he picked up Joshua Dobbs' fumble and rumbled 77-yards for the game's first touchdown.
1. The Kentucky defense. A week after being torched for 586 yards and 42 points at Mississippi State, UK gave up 327 yards and 24 points to UT in the first half.
2. The Kentucky offense. When you get into the second quarter and you have 2 yards of total offense, it's not going to be a good night.
3. The Kentucky special teams. For the second straight year (see below), gave up a kickoff return TD and a punt return TD in the same game.
Eight. In his last four halves against UK, Joshua Dobbs has accounted for eight TDs — five passing, three rushing.
For UK's Halloween night "black out," the Wildcats wore silver chrome helmets, black jerseys and black pants
Kentucky will travel to Georgia (5-3, 3-3 SEC) on Saturday for a noon kickoff against the Bulldogs in Athens. Georgia lost to Florida 27-3 Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville.
KNOW YOUR FOE
1. Rich Brooks beat Georgia twice (2006 and 2009). Joker Phillips went 0-3 against the Bulldogs, but lost by an average of "only" nine points. In his first two games as UK head man against Georgia, however, Mark Stoops has gotten smashed — losing 59-17 (2013) and 63-31 (last year).
2. However, with star running back Nick Chubb out for the season due to injury, Georgia's offense is really struggling — the Bulldogs have gone two straight games without scoring a touchdown (though they won one of those, a 9-6 victory over Missouri).
3. A year ago against UK, Georgia wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a TD, then ran a punt back 59 yards for a score in the third period. This year, McKenzie has been sidelined by a pulled hamstring he suffered against Alabama on Oct. 3. However, he was expected to return to action Saturday against Florida.