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Dogs, Jackets set to square off at noon in Atlanta

By The Associated Press
ATLANTA -- The Georgia-Georgia Tech game in Atlanta on Nov. 26 has been set for a noon kickoff.

The game will be televised by ABC or ESPN.

The No. 13 Bulldogs are playing their final home game on Saturday against Kentucky as they seek to clinch the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division title.

Georgia Tech, coming off a loss to Virginia Tech when ended its hopes of winning the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division title, plays at Duke this week.
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