Georgia vs. Georgia Tech: 10 Little-Known Facts About Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate

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Georgia vs. Georgia Tech: 10 Little-Known Facts About Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate
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Paul Johnson leads his Georgia Tech squad into their Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate rivalry game with Georgia on Saturday.

The Georgia Bulldogs and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets first met on a football field in 1893. What better name is there for a rivalry that has met 105 times than Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate?

The two teams will meet again on Saturday to write the 106th chapter of their storied rivalry. It is the game that can make or break a season. For fans, a win over their opponent in the Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate game can make for a bearable offseason, even if the season had been largely a disappointment before.

But how did it get to be this way? Here are 10 little known facts and events about Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate that fueled the rivalry and made it what it is today.

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