The animosity between Georgia and Georgia Tech is often referred to as “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate,” and Georgia Bulldogs vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets tickets are the top selling all-Georgia football event of every season. With a history that dates back to 1893, there is no love lost in the Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry, with both sides desperately wanting to beat the other. In what has transformed into one of the most contentious rivalries in the South, the traditions around Georgia vs. Georgia Tech continue to grow every year.
The Yellow Jackets-Bulldogs rivalry has remained intact for over a century, despite the two powerhouse football programs playing in different conferences. The Bulldogs vs. Yellow Jackets matchup comes as the final regular season game of every season for both teams, and has often had National Championship implications.
Georgia-Georgia Tech tickets are often among the highest selling items of college football rivalry week, and the Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets are used to playing in front of sold-out crowds at both Bobby Dodd Stadium, and Sanford Stadium. TicketCity has some of the top sets to Georgia-Georgia Tech games, including some of the lowest priced Bulldogs vs. Yellow Jackets tickets for games in both Atlanta, and Athens.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 at Bobby Dodd Stadium (Atlanta, GA) Bulldogs 13, Yellow Jackets 7The Georgia Bulldogs came into the annual Georgia-Georgia Tech meeting as heavy favorites. The Yellow Jackets were reeling after having lost 7 of their previous 8 games. But Georgia Tech's defense came to play, holding Georgia to only a single touchdown, and 10 points through 3 quarters. A late Georgia Tech touchdown brought them within a score, but the Bulldogs were able to hang on for what was another closely fought battle in the "Good old-Fashioned Hate" series.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Sanford Stadium (Athens, GA) Yellow Jackets 30, Bulldogs 24The Georgia-Georgia Tech series has come to be defined by unforgettable games, and the 2014 matchup between them was no exception. The Bulldogs came into the matchup with a top 10 ranking, and an outside shot at making a New Years 6 bowl game. The Yellow Jackets came in fresh off an ACC Atlantic Division title, and were looking to beat Georgia for the first time since 2008. The game proved to be a defensive battle through the first half the contest, and seemed to turn in the favor of Georgia when Damian Swann picked up a fumble and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown to put the Bulldogs up 14-7. Another Georgia touchdown with only 18 seconds left in the game, put the Bulldogs up 24-21. But a 53 yard field goal by Georgia Tech's Harrison Butker sent the game to overtime, where Georgia Tech would come out on top 30-24.
Saturday, November 30, 2013 at Bobby Dodd Stadium (Atlanta, GA) Bulldogs 41, Yellow Jackets 34The 2013 Georgia-Georgia Tech game would prove to be one of the biggest comebacks in the history of the series. Trying to erase a 4 game losing streak to the Bulldogs, Georgia Tech jumped out to a 20-0 lead, behind the fabulous play of Vad Lee. But Georgia would storm back. scoring 17 unanswered points to cut the lead to 3. A Marshall Morgan field goal with 4:17 left in the contest would tie the game at 27 and send it to overtime. Georgia Tech would fail to score in the 2nd overtime period, giving the Georgia Bulldogs an improbable 41-34 2OT victory over their in-state rivals.