The Peach State rivalry will be televised nationally as both teams look to solidify their place in the bowl picture.
The Georgia-Georgia Tech football game, the 106th meeting of a rivalry known as "clean, old-fashioned hate", will be televised nationally on Nov. 26 by either ESPN or ABC. The game will be played at 12PM Eastern.
After a dominating 45-7 win over Auburn on Saturday, the No.13 Bulldogs are at 8-2, and they only have to beat Kentucky on Nov. 19 to win the SEC East and go to the SEC Championship Game for the first time since 2005.
The 7-3 Yellow Jackets, meanwhile, dropped out of the polls after falling 37-26 at home against Virginia Tech.
In his three years in Atlanta, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has gone 1-2 against the Bulldogs, including dropping last season's contest 42-34 despite playing a Georgia team that would finish 6-7 on the season.
However, Johnson has had more success against Mark Richt than his predecessors, as the Georgia coach has gone 9-1 against the Yellow Jackets in his tenure in Athens.