Georgia Football is moving away from Georgia Tech. Here are five takeaways

It’s as much a part of Thanksgiving weekend as leftover turkey and macaroni and cheese.

The Bulldogs’ road to the SEC championship game under coach Kirby Smart includes closing out the regular season with a stomp from rival Georgia Tech.

Georgia’s 37-14 win over the Yellow Jackets on Saturday looked good on the bottom line, but the unranked Yellow Jackets carried the fight to the nation’s top team, defeating Georgia by just a field goal in the first half.

Then the No. 1 Bulldogs broke the game with 27 straight second-half points at Sanford Stadium before a Yellow Jackets touchdown came on with less than 3 minutes left.

For the second year in a row, the win brought the Bulldogs even closer to a place in the College Football Playoffs.