Some Early Thoughts on Georgia Tech-Georgia

Posted by Zachary Osterman on November-23-2009 Add Comments

(Will Roddy Jones and his friends have a good day Saturday?)

In the South, we take our football seriously—and there is no football more serious than a good rivalry.

Bill Curry won 26 games in three years at Alabama, and he went to the Sugar Bowl. But he was an unacceptable 0-3 against Auburn, a record that just wasn't right in the eyes of fans. The relationship soured, and Curry was gone.

Chan Gailey, to use a more appropriate example, was a whopping 0-6 against the Bulldogs. Most of the time, his Yellow Jackets came close, but the only great constant in Gailey-coached Georgia games was the result.

Fast-forward to the Saturday after Thanksgiving, 2008. Paul Johnson takes Georgia Tech into the locker...

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