History of the UGA-Georgia Tech series

The Georgia Bulldogs will host the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Athens, Georgia for the first time since 2018. The 2020 edition of Georgia-Georgia Tech has been canceled due to COVID-19.

Georgia Tech started clean, old-fashioned hate with a decent record, but the Yellow Jackets have struggled against Georgia lately. Georgia has surpassed Georgia Tech in the last two encounters between the rivals, 97-7.

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Georgia enters the 2022 edition of the interstate rivalry as the top-ranked team in the country. The Bulldogs are undefeated and are likely heading for the college football playoffs unless Georgia falls to Georgia Tech or LSU.

2021: Georgia 45, Georgia Tech 0

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Georgia bullied Georgia Tech in a 45-0 win at Atlanta during the 2021 college football season. Georgia’s victory led to Georgia Tech topping the season 100-0 in their last two games.

Stetson Bennett threw four touchdowns in Georgia’s dominant win. Additionally, Brock Bowers scored two touchdowns.

2019: Georgia 52, Georgia Tech 7

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Georgia dominated Georgia Tech and head coach Geoff Collins, who went 2-0 to the Bulldogs in 2019. Jake Fromm, D’Andre Swift and others helped the Dawgs win 2019, 52-7 against Tech. Georgia Tech has suffered some serious growing pains since exiting the triple-option offense.

Georgia’s recent dominance

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Georgia football has lost just three games to Georgia Tech since 2000. The Yellow Jackets’ last win in Atlanta was in 1999. However, Georgia Tech’s three wins were all painful losses for Georgia. Tech won close games in 2008, 2014 and 2016.

Kirby Smart and Georgia lose to Tech in 2016

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Georgia Tech won in Georgia in 2016. The Jackets scored two late touchdowns to stun the Dawgs.

Kirby Smart’s first game as head coach in the rivalry was a loss to Tech. Smart and Georgia have dominated Georgia Tech on the recruit path and on the field since 2016.

Serial advantage of all time?

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Georgia holds the all-time lead ahead of Georgia Tech. Georgia has 69 wins, 39 losses and five draws in its 113-game history. How will the 114th edition of Georgia-Georgia Tech play out? Georgia is heavily favoured.

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