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Georgia Fans Booing Team's Offense After First Few Drives vs. Kentucky

Jake Fromm throws the ball against Kentucky.

ATHENS, GA - OCTOBER 19: Jake Fromm #11 of the Georgia Bulldogs looks to pass prior to the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Sanford Stadium on October 19, 2019 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

Georgia fell to South Carolina last week - mostly because it had trouble moving the ball on offense. Through one quarter of its game against Kentucky on Saturday, we're seeing much of the same.

Bulldogs fans are starting to get fed up with whatever is going on with their team's offense. Many were booing the unit after its third drive against the Wildcats.

Through one quarter, Georgia had gained just 42 yards and registered two first downs.

Early in the second quarter, quarterback Jake Fromm is 6-of-7 for just five yards passing. That's hard to do.

Georgia's running game has been okay thus far - the Bulldogs have gained 42 yards on nine carries. But they don't seem to be taking many shots down field.

Georgia, with a 5-1 record, still likely controls its own destiny in both the SEC and the College Football Playoff picture. The Bulldogs, if they ran the table, would have to beat Florida, Auburn and whichever team wins the SEC West.

That said, if they can't figure out a way to move the ball, none of it will matter. Kirby Smart needs to figure out some answers soon.