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Georgia vs. Georgia Tech 2017 final score: Bulldogs defeat Yellow Jackets in Atlanta

Another edition of Clean, Old Fashioned Hate is in the books!

NCAA Football: Kentucky at Georgia Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Hate was Clean and Old Fashioned in Atlanta, as the Georgia Bulldogs picked up a 38-7 victory over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Saturday afternoon. The 31-point margin of victory is the largest for the Bulldogs since their 42-10 victory in 2012.

The Georgia offense looked as we’ve come to expect it to look by now. Jake Fromm was 12-16 with two touchdowns, Sony Michel had a touchdown, and Nick Chubb had a touchdown.

Most of the Georgia touchdowns were short and came after a long drive, except the final one of the day. That was a 78 yard pass from Fromm to Ahkil Crumpton, which was a nice cherry on top of the Bulldog victory.

It’s hard to have too many takeaways from this game. It was essentially a beatdown for the Bulldogs, who outgained the Yellow Jackets, 471-226. Georgia looks ready for their showdown with either Alabama or Auburn in next week’s SEC Championship in Atlanta. They did their job and didn’t suffer a letdown against a rival.