Found April 23, 2013 on Fox Sports South:
ATLANTA Here are three things we learned from Georgia's 17-0 thumping of Georgia Tech on Tuesday, as the in-state clash attracted a spirited crowd of 18,240 to Turner Field: 1. Georgia may be the best 17-25 team in the country How else to explain the Bulldogs' 17-run, 23-hit barrage against the Yellow Jackets, outside of random happenstance? Granted, Georgia had only scored more than 13 runs once prior to Tuesday crushing UAB 14-2 on March 1 and Georgia Tech tapped No. 4 starter Jonathan King for just his fifth start of the year. But from the get-go, the Bulldogs were the superior club, pounding the Jackets with line-drive singles and aggressive baserunning. The result: A rivalry game that was largely academic by the third inning, after Georgia rolled for five runs and a 7-0 overall lead. The one-night disparity between the teams mushroomed from there, with seven Bulldogs accounting for multiple hits highlighted by Curt Powell (four hits) and Hunter Cole (four hit...

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