Georgia Tech vs. Georgia: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Georgia Tech 10, Georgia 42 - FINAL
The Georgia Bulldogs rolled over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 42-10 and finish the regular season 11-1.
Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall each rushed for two touchdowns while Alec Ogletree led the defense with 15 tackles.
The Bulldogs will play in the SEC Championship next week while Georgia Tech will face Florida State in the ACC Championship.
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Here's the box score of the game courtesy of ESPN.
Tech turns the ball over on downs for the final time today and the Bulldogs will run out the clock.
Tech is trying to get one last score before the game ends. It would be one good thing to come out of this rough afternoon for the ACC Coastal Champs.
Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 10. The Yellow Jackets get their first TD of the game as David Sims scores from nine yards out. Not a great drive by Tech due to breakdowns in protection, but it was effective as Vad Lee was able to keep the drive alive with his legs..
Alec Ogletree has 15 tackles today, which is a season high for him and for any Bulldog player.
Parker Welch is in at QB for the Bulldogs. Always a good sign when he's in the game because that usually means Murray had a big day.
Tech turns the ball over on downs yet again and the Bulldogs will scrimmage at their own 27-yard line early in the fourth quarter. Tech is on the verge of not scoring a touchdown, which would be the first time this season that has happened.
This comes from Freddie Coleman of ESPN Radio.
Hey UGA, take your starters out.Game is over vs GT.— Freddie Coleman (@ColemanESPN) November 24, 2012
Georgia is forced to punt for only the second time today. More reserves are in the game because this game is pretty much done.
Tech has another turnover on downs as Tevin Washington is stopped short at the Bulldogs 29-yard line. Another opportunity missed by the Jackets and it's the reason why they are down by a huge margin.
John Jenkins is down on the field. He's able to walk off on his own power, so he should be okay.
Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 3. Keith Marshall scores from 17 yards out to increase the Bulldogs lead. The Bulldogs have now scored 456 points this season which is a new school record.
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Tavarres King should get some different shoes for the SEC championship game. That's twice now he's fallen on what could've been a TD.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) November 24, 2012
Alec Ogletree is all over the field once again and is giving the tech running backs fits. He has a great shot of leading team in tackles when the season ends. That would be amazing considering he missed the first four games of the year.
Georgia 35, Georgia Tech 3. Tech's three-and-out lead to points as Murray throws a 24-yard touchdown pass to Jay Rome. Murray is just playing pitch and catch with his receivers and the Tech secondary is watching from the stands in awe.
The Yellow Jackets have rough start to the third quarter as they go three and out. They loo out of sync on offense and credit has to go the Bulldogs defense for flying around the ball.
Aaron Murray continues his hot streak. He is 7-of-9 for 126 yards and one touchdown in the first half.
Here are some halftime stats. Georgia Tech has 180 rushing yards, but Todd Gulrey leads all rushers with 88 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns.
Keith Marshall has also been effective, running for 47 yards on four carries and one touchdown.
Chris Tanner misses a 36-yard field goal and the Bulldogs till lead by 25 going into the half. That was a fitting way for Tech to end the first half because nothing went right for them.
Washington is completing short passes to try to get his team in position to get one last score before half time. The receivers are paying the price as they are getting hammered by the Bulldogs secondary and linebackers.
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