Georgia football fans love seeing little brother Georgia Tech get dominated, so which games have been the most lopsided wins by the Dawgs ever?
It’s late November in the state of Georgia, which means the air is crisp and filled with campfires, hot cocoa, falling leaves, and the yearly sound of “To hell with Tech!”
Yes, It’s Georgia Tech Hate Week again, and Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate is just a few days away for the Bulldog Nation
Yellow Jackets may still look at this as a big rivalry game, it’s become a bit of a snoozer for Georgia football fans with Georgia winning the last five matchups by an average of 33 points.
Not exactly competitive.
Overall, Georgia leads the all-time series against Georgia Tech 70-41-5. In fact, Georgia has won 17 of the last 20 and has only lost to Tech 10 times since Herschel Walker was a freshman in 1980.
With the No.1 Bulldogs looking to win a third consecutive national title, the last step of the regular season is marching into Atlanta and taking care of business against the Yellow Jackets.
Georgia is really clicking right now, and with the way they played against Top 25 teams in the last few weeks, it could be an ugly sight on The Flats. But will it be as ugly as some of these epic beatdowns?
November 28, 1942: No 5 Georgia destroys Georgia Tech, 34-0
Georgia was coming off their only loss of the season, a 27-13 defeat at the hands of the Auburn Tigers. That loss dropped the Dawgs from No. 1 to No. 5, and they came back home to Athens in a bad mood and took it out on an overmatched Georgia Tech team.
Tech was undefeated coming into Athens and had national championship dreams of their own. Those dreams came to an abrupt halt at the hands of Frank Sinkwich, Charley Trippi, and the rest Bulldogs, who eviscerated the Jackets and went on to claim a share of the national title that year.