Georgia will tie a longtime SEC record with a win over Tennessee on Saturday.

A win would mean that Georgia will have won 28 straight games in the last 2 seasons, which is a feat only Alabama has accomplished in SEC history. The Tide have actually done it twice —  from 1991-1993 and 1978-1980. The Crimson Tide also won 26 straight games from 2015-2016.

A win over Georgia Tech would give the Bulldogs the record for longest winning streak in conference history. Georgia is chasing not only its 3rd straight national title, but some SEC history as well.

Oklahoma holds the all-time record for consecutive wins with 47 in a row.

Georgia has won 6 straight games over Tennessee in the series between the SEC East foes. This year’s game will be in Knoxville, Tennessee on Rocky Top.

The Bulldogs beat Ole Miss 52-17 in their last game. Tennessee is coming off of a humbling 36-7 loss to Missouri in Columbia. Georgia leads the all-time series 27-23.

Kickoff from Neyland Stadium will be at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.