Aaron Murray did not hesitate on “SEC This Morning” on the SEC Network on Friday when asked what comes to mind when he thinks of Georgia Tech.

“Nerds,” he said.

The former Georgia quarterback then went into the football part of the rivalry, and recalled that the triple option comes to mind from his days in the rivalry against Paul Johnson’s offense.

“How annoying it was to sit on the sideline and watch our defense have to deal with it,” he said. “You know you’re going to lose a bunch of possessions. At least they’re running some big boy offense, so I do appreciate their efforts to work that into their system. We obviously view them as little brother. I know they’ve had their moments in the past when they come in and beat Georgia and they want to rip up our hedges and all that nonsense. But it’s a game where you’re expected to go out there and dominate, get the backups in and make sure you’re ready to go for the SEC Championship Game.”

Murray again referred to Georgia’s control of the rivalry in the last 2 decades. The Bulldogs are favored by 35 points.