Is it still considered a rivalry is one team is 25 games better than the other and has a 21-6 advantage since 1991?
Sure it is! This is college football. Welcome to Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate week. The Georgia Bulldogs look to get everything in order and avoid slipping up before their SEC Championship meeting with Alabama, while Georgia Tech will look to improve its bowl position and pick up their first win over Georgia since 2016.
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Time: Noon ET
TV: SEC Network
Jake Fromm and the Georgia Bulldogs have been playing some of their best football of the season over the past few weeks, going 4-0 since their October 13 loss to LSU. Fromm has been particularly good in that stretch, racking up seven touchdowns and just one interception over the four games. Fromm, combined with Georgia’s two-headed rushing attack of D’Andre Swift and Elijah Holyfield (both with 800+ rushing yards this season) make the Bulldogs particularly potent on offense.
The Yellow Jackets are what they’ve been for years: a triple-option team. They can score a bunch of points if you’re not ready for it, but things get ugly when defenses have the personnel to keep up. Georgia is more likely than not going to fall into that latter category, so Bulldog fans shouldn’t worry too much about this one.