What Georgia's ideal performance against Georgia Tech looks like

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On Wednesday Andy & Randy were joined by Georgia Bulldogs Insider Radi Nabulsi, who helped the guys preview Saturday’s rivalry game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Nabulsi was asked “What’s the ideal game look like from a Georgia perspective?”

“Ideally first no injuries. Overall you are pretty healthy but I mean you have played all season without A.D. Mitchell, your top wideout, you are playing the last few games without Nolan Smith. You know you don’t have William Poole or Dan Jackson. Kenny McIntosh is beat up. Kendall Milton has missed a bunch of games.

Just go down the list…ideally the game flow is no one gets hurt,” Nabulsi replied.

“Secondly, Georgia wants to be multiple on offense, they want to be able to have a good passing game, a good running game. Just go back to that Oregon game when everything on that offense worked like it was supposed to, that’s what you want to see Saturday. You want LSU when they are breaking down the game film going ok is this a run first team or a pass first team? I’m not sure what they are going to do or is this a tight end first team?” Nabulsi added.

Georgia is favored by 35.5 points against Georgia Tech, which is the largest spread in this rivalry game called “Clean Ole Fashioned Hate.” The Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets tee it up between the hedges in Athens at 12pm this Saturday November 26th.

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