Georgia football handled their business against Georgia Tech last Saturday as the Dawgs won 45-0 and moved to 12-0 on the season.
The Dawgs once again smothered an opponent until they gave up while scoring at will.
As a whole, Georgia collected 463 total offensive yards with 255 through the air and 208 on the ground. They averaged 9.1 yards a play as well.
This offense continues to gain confidence as the season progresses, and this finish proves how far they’ve come since last year.
Georgia football had an explosive performance against Tech, and these four earned helmet stickers.
The Dawgs got to use a lot of players against the Yellow Jackets, allowing a good chunk of their starters to rest.
This game marked the third shutout of the season for the Dawgs as they’ve now allowed 83 points through 12 matchups, which is an average of 6.92 points a game. With at most three games to play, the Dawgs could see themselves having the best scoring defense since that 2011 Alabama squad.
The defense again wreaked havoc with three sacks, eight tackles for loss, 10 quarterback hurries and one pass breakup. They cruised to another shutout and didn’t bat an eye doing it.
Head coach Kirby Smart continues to say this team has more in the tank, and that’s exciting to hear. They’re already pretty elite, so the next two to three games will be exciting if they have more in the tank.
Georgia Tech stood no chance against this group. They were determined to finish undefeated, and nothing was going to stop them from making that happen.
Multiple guys stood out against the Yellow Jackets, like Quay Walker, Robert Beal, Jalen Carter, Nolan Smith, Kenny McIntosh, Jermaine Burton and Ladd McConkey. Still, there were four that immediately came to mind when thinking about weekly helmet stickers.
These four guys led the way for the Dawgs’ 12th victory and are more than deserving of getting helmet stickers for their Tech performance.