ATHENS, Ga. The final result was the only thing not obvious from the beginning.
It took No. 3 Georgia four plays and 63 seconds to score the first of its seven touchdowns and that initial drive was all it took to tell the difference between the Bulldogs and their state rivals.
Georgia is bigger, faster, stronger, more athletic and better coached than Georgia Tech, and that was plain to see in the Bulldogs 42-10 win on Saturday.
These longtime enemies are about 70 miles apart, but the talent gulf is much wider.
Its just one of the reasons why the Bulldogs have won this game 11 times in the past 12 seasons.
And Georgias talent is one of the reasons why the Bulldogs are two wins away from their first national title in three decades.
Georgia easily could have gotten got caught looking past this game.
With Alabama and the SEC Championship Game up next, and all this talk about playing for the biggest prize, it would have been easy for the Bulldogs to lose focus and lose their way...