Georgia at Georgia Tech
Nesbitt and Yellow Jackets' option attack will be too much for Bulldogs.
Georgia offense vs. Georgia Tech defense
• Georgia turned the ball over four times in the second half last week and hasn't taken care of the football all year. While the Bulldogs' backs, tight ends and receivers have put the ball on the ground too much, QB Joe Cox's decision making is the greatest concern. He appears to be pressing at times and he's forcing the ball into coverage when he gets pressured. Georgia can't expect to pull off the upset if it doesn't take care of the ball, so look for RBs Caleb King and Washaun Ealey to get plenty of work in this game. Both backs are at their best running downhill and they face a Georgia Tech run defense that's vulnerable between the tackles. Undersized DTs Logan Walls (286 pounds) and Ben Anderson (275 pounds) are going to have a tough time anchoring when the Bulldogs run at them.