The Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry dates to 1893. Saturday’s game will be the 112th between the teams. The series is the 13th oldest and 19th most-played in major-college football. The past four games in the series have been decided by seven points or fewer. The teams have traded wins on each other's field in the last four games. Paul Johnson is 3-6 versus Georgia as Tech’s coach. He has never defeated the Bulldogs at home. Kirby Smart is in his second year as Georgia's head coach. His Bulldogs fell to

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According to Bet Online, Georgia is an 11.5-point favorite in Saturday’s game at Georgia Tech.

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The visiting team has won the last four games in the series, and Georgia (10-1) ended its home schedule last Saturday with a 42-13 victory over Kentucky.

Georgia Tech (5-5) has a lot on the line in the game as well -- a victory would make it bowl eligible and complete an unbeaten 2017 home record.

Georgia senior safety Dominick Sanders leads the team through the "G" banner to take on Kentucky Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, in Athens.
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