An insulting, slobbering, rabid UGA fan (they're not all like that) acknowledges GT has a more impressive football history "over the long haul" but expects UGA to move ahead over the next five years.
We'll see. UGA has a history of squandering great talent and falling short of expectations, just as it did last year. The important thing is that he realizes UGA has to pass GT. That puts him way ahead of the average UGA fan (who doesn't know anything about history before Herschel) in historical perception.
The first (roughly) 2/3 of Tech's history (under the likes of Heisman and Dodd, and Alex to a lesser extent), was so strong that even a generally mediocre showing during the last 1/3 (with a few brief periods of excellence) has barely pulled it out of the top 10 prorgrams in the country, as rated by an independent, unbiased source.
And, who knows, we might get it back together again, despite the Institute's relatively small size, limited range of degrees, and high academic entrance/survival requirements. Our new AD might get us off the number 7 and headed back in the right direction.
As to UGA passing Notre Dame (the linked post is mostly UGA/ND squabbling), I don't see that EVER happening.