John Reed-US PRESSWIRE
Georgia QB Aaron Murray
Saturday, Nov. 24 at noon ET
All of the talk has been swirling around Alabama this week, but Georgia still controls its own destiny too. If the Bulldogs win out, they will likely play for the BCS National Title in Miami Gardens on Jan. 7, 2013.
But first, they must get by the tricky Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate."
The Jackets have scored more than 30 points in five of their last six games using the triple option offense. But if there's a knock against the triple option, it's that it is beatable when you have more than one week to prepare. Georgia played last weekend, but played Georgia Southern, which also utilizes the triple option.
Essentially, the Bulldogs have been preparing for this offense for two weeks.
But one or two blown assignments could make this interesting.
Quarterback Aaron Murray and running back Todd Gurley will be crucial in this game and will lead the Bulldogs to a big win that may be a little too close for comfort for Bulldog fans.
Score prediction: Georgia 35 - Georgia Tech 31