ATHENS — Georgia slugged it out on the road amid frigid conditions and returned to Athens with yet another double-digit win.
But the style points just weren’t there in that 16-6 win at Kentucky, and fans realized something that Kirby Smart has known all year about this reloaded team.
The No. 1-ranked Bulldogs are beatable — other teams have talented players and good coaches, too — and they will fight back.
That script won’t change this week when Georgia plays host to a Georgia Tech team coming off a road win over No. 13 North Carolina.
The Yellow Jackets don’t have the physicality of Kentucky in the trenches, nor a first-round talent at quarterback or grizzled veteran runner like Chris Rodriguez.
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