Here are some quick thoughts on Georgia’s shocking overtime loss to Georgia Tech, 30-24.

What it means: Georgia’s five-game winning streak against Georgia Tech is now over as the Yellow Jackets prevailed. With how this game ended, it’s certainly some more salt in the wound for the ‘Dawgs, especially after missing out on the SEC Championship.

What I liked: Malcolm Mitchell. He’s been dogged by injuries this season, but he came through in the big moments for UGA today and caught the go-ahead TD with just 18 second left. He’s beginning to resemble that freshman version of himself that was so dynamic and that’s a very good thing for the Bulldogs.

What I didn’t like: Red zone efficiency. Offensively, UGA look solid and moved the ball well against Georgia Tech, but the ‘Dawgs stalled in the red zone. Two fumbles near the goal line erased two sure touchdown opportunities and UGA’s failure to score after the fake FG in the fourth quarter hurt the Bulldogs. And of course, Hutson Mason’s INT in overtime didn’t help either. There were a lot of missed opportunities in the red zone today and with a strong rushing attack like Georgia’s, it’s something that’s unacceptable.

Who’s the man: Nick Chubb. It wasn’t an easy day for the true freshman, but he still had a very productive afternoon. Chubb once again racked up more than 160 total yards and led the ‘Dawgs early offensive charge.

Key play: Mason’s INT in the first overtime period. Georgia had a real shot at winning the game if it could score a touchdown since the ‘Dawgs blocked GT’s PAT. But Mason made a terrible decision on a quick slant route at the 8-yard line and threw it right to the Georgia Tech defender.

What’s next: There’s no SEC Championship for the Bulldogs who will await to see their bowl game fate which will probably be either a Citrus Bowl or Outback Bowl berth.