Georgia left no doubt about who's the best team in the SEC East.

The No. 7 Bulldogs completed their total domination of division opponents with a 42-13 rout of Kentucky at Sanford Stadium on Saturday.

Georgia (10-1, 7-1 SEC) beat all six division opponents by at least two touchdowns, marking their first perfect mark against East teams since the league went to division play in 1992.

(Joshua L. Jones/Athens Banner-Herald via AP)

The Bulldogs routed Tennessee 41-0, blew out Vanderbilt 45-14, dispatched Missouri 53-28, romped past Florida 42-7 and knocked out South Carolina 24-10.

"You always want to leave your mark, in black and white, for the later classes to come see," linebacker David Bellamy said. "To be the first to do it is very good, but ... you don't come to Georgia to win the SEC East. That's just part of the plan. We've got a bigger plan ahead."

Georgia will meet No. 1 Alabama or No. 6 Auburn in the SEC championship game on Dec. 2. 

Georgia seniors (L-R) Lorenzo Carter, Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and Davis Bellamy celebrate their complete destruction of the SEC East. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)