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#9 Georgia Bulldogs (9-2)


Sat. 11/1 Sat. 11/8 Sat. 11/15 Sat. 11/22 Sat. 11/29
vs. Fla
L 20-38
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@ Kty
W 63-31
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vs. Auburn
W 34-7
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vs. ChSou
W 55-9
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vs. GaTech
9:00 AM PT10:00 AM MT11:00 AM CT12:00 PM ET5:00 PM GMT1:00 AM 北京时间10:00 AM MST12:00 PM EST
Preview

5 Biggest games in Georgia Tech-Georgia series

(AP) -- There's a lot on the line for both teams when No. 8 Georgia hosts No. 16 Georgia Tech on Saturday. Here's a look at five of the biggest games in the series known as Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate:

1927 - The first game in the series to garner national attention. Georgia came in with a perfect 9-0 record and expecting an invitation from the Rose Bowl. But, on a muddy field in Atlanta, Georgia Tech ruined the Bulldogs' season with a 12-0 upset.

1942 - In the middle of World War II, Georgia got its revenge for the loss 15 years earlier. Led by Heisman Trophy winner Frankie Sinkwich and future All-American Charlie Trippi, the Bulldogs routed unbeaten Georgia Tech 34-0 to earn a Rose Bowl bid. Georgia Tech freshman star Clint Castleberry, who was third in the Heisman balloting that year, played his only game in the series. He joined the Air Force and was killed in action in 1944.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: H. Mason1825
Passing TDs: H. Mason19
Rushing Yards: N. Chubb1152
Rushing TDs: N. Chubb11
Receiving Yards: C. Conley532
Receiving TDs: C. Conley7
Interceptions: Q. Mauger4
Schedule 2014
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/30 vs. 16 Clemson W 45 - 21
9/13 at 24 South Carolina L 35 - 38
9/20 vs. Troy W 66 - 0
9/27 vs. Tennessee W 35 - 32
10/4 vs. Vanderbilt W 44 - 17
10/11 at 23 Missouri W 34 - 0
10/18 at Arkansas W 45 - 32
11/1 vs. Florida L 20 - 38
11/8 at Kentucky W 63 - 31
11/15 vs. 9 Auburn W 34 - 7
11/22 vs. Charleston Southern W 55 - 9
11/29 vs. 16 Georgia Tech 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST12:00 EST
Southeastern
East
  Conference Overall
17 Missouri 6-1 9-2
9 Georgia 6-2 9-2
Florida 4-4 6-4
South Carolina 3-5 6-5
Tennessee 2-5 5-6
Kentucky 2-6 5-6
Vanderbilt 0-7 3-8
West
  Conference Overall
1 Alabama 6-1 10-1
4 Mississippi State 6-1 10-1
15 Auburn 4-3 8-3
19 Mississippi 4-3 8-3
Texas A&M 3-4 7-4
LSU 3-4 7-4
Arkansas 2-5 6-5
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5071 (26)
Passing Yards: 2205 (85)
Rushing Yards: 2866 (13)
Points per game: 43.3 (7)
Yards per game: 461.0 (26)
Touchdowns: 56 (7)
Field Goals: 12 (63)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 3545 (13)
Passing Yards: 1837 (6)
Rushing Yards: 1708 (50)
Points per game: 20.5 (16)
Yards per game: 322.3 (12)
Touchdowns: 30 (39)
Field Goals: 6 (3)
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