Georgia football: 3 simple things the defense does to demolish Georgia Tech

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Travon Walker reacts after a sack with Nakobe Dean. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

Georgia football will travel to Atlanta for their annual rivalry game against Georgia Tech on Saturday. Still, like many years in the past, the Dawgs are confident, and they should be.

The Dawgs have one of the top offenses and defenses in the country. They sit at 11-0 on the season and have demoralized opponents week after week.

That defense is a big reason they are undefeated because they smother teams — just smother, cover, and chunk teams, if you know what I mean.

Giving up just 7.5 points a game, the Dawgs hate it when another team gets into their endzone and scores a touchdown. God bless anyone who scores more because that makes the offense want to make their defense look even more silly.

Even with the statistics proving Georgia has one of the best defenses nationally, opposing fans still claim that the Dawgs haven’t played anyone. It seems that way because the Dawgs make them quit, which gives them a significant outlier on their stats, causing them to look worse.

Georgia football will close out the regular season 12-0 by the defense doing these three things.

That defense is that gnarly. Georgia’s defense has made offensive teams that produce explosive numbers look like they are trying to figure out what offense to run, period.

So when the Dawgs are 11-0, looking to close out the season 12-0 for the first time in lord knows how long — too long — why would they fall short against a 3-8 football team? They wouldn’t.

Georgia football has a ferocious defense that is hungry to complete this portion of their destructive warpath, and Tech is in the crosshairs.

This team wants to win it all so badly. Nothing will stop Georgia. Georgia Tech is the next chapter, and these Dawgs enjoy reading one chapter at a time.

Here are three things the defense does on Saturday against the Yellow Jackets. Bobby Dodd Stadium will feature more red than gold, as the Dawgs’ defense will paint Atlanta red and just camp out there for the next week because Georgia is storming Atlanta with nothing but victory bells in their sight.

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