The Gaels have an important game on Saturday against Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The Bulldogs beat Georgia by 27 points on Saturday, and Georgia Tech is ranked second in the SEC East.
It’s an important win for the Gaels, who are now 4-0 after a bye week and are playing well.
This is the first bowl game in Georgia for the Bulldogs since 2002.
The Yellow Jackets were 9-1 last year.
Georgia is 4-1 in bowl games, with its last loss coming to Alabama in 2009.
The Gaits are 6-3 in bowl game appearances, with the last one coming to Notre Dame in the 2009 Rose Bowl.
Georgia has won nine bowl games over the past five years.
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Georgia gets a big win against Georgia State, but the rest of the teams are a little underwhelming.
Georgia Tech’s offense is averaging just under 26 points per game this year.
The defense is not as good as Georgia Tech has been, and the offense has not been quite as explosive.
That said, Georgia has a chance to get some wins in this game, and if it can hold off Georgia State for the first time since the 2015 Peach Bowl, it would likely get a first-round bye.
It would be a big upset if Georgia lost to Georgia Tech.
But if Georgia Tech wins, it will be a good day for the Yellow Jackets.
The Panthers are coming off a loss to Auburn, but they are 9-3.
They also beat Alabama by 28 points.
Georgia State is 5-0 against the Yellow.
Georgia and Georgia State have played two bowl games since 2013.
Georgia would get a chance for revenge against Georgia by taking care of business in Atlanta on Saturday.
Georgia will be without quarterback Nick Chubb, who is recovering from a torn ACL.
Chubb was hurt against Florida State and missed last week’s game against Georgia.
But Chubb is not 100 percent, and he is not ready to return.
He is expected to be ready for Saturday’s game.
Chubbs was not seen on the sideline at Georgia on Saturday because he was recovering from surgery to repair the ACL, which was torn while the Bulldogs were playing Florida State.
Chubs ankle was examined on Saturday and doctors said he did not have a tear.
But he did miss the last three games and is expected back for the Georgia game.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart said he expects a lot of pressure to be on him to win.
Georgia did not play well against Miami in its bowl game.
That is a good thing, because that game was a big one for Georgia.
Georgia beat Florida in its opening bowl game and lost to Miami in the opening game of the Peach Bowl.
Smart is looking forward to the bowl.
He has a lot to prove, but he is confident he can play and will.
Georgia quarterback Nick Mullens is going to have to get a lot more than 24 completions in this bowl game if he wants to win his job.
Georgia was ranked as high as No. 2 in the AP Poll and No. 3 in the preseason.
The offense is going nowhere, and Smart will need to throw a lot better passes.
The most important thing for Mullens will be to avoid interceptions.
He finished 3-of-7 for 59 yards and an interception.
But Georgia is only going to get better with Mullens in the game.
Georgia got a little more help from its defense this week.
The team that beat Notre Dame by 27 last year is coming back this week for a chance at a bowl win.
The defensive line is still lacking, and some of the corners are not playing well either.
The secondary is also a little rusty after a few injuries.
But it is still a good defensive unit that is playing well, and that is going for a first bowl victory since 2013 in the Peach.