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The Georgia defense had another strong outing on Saturday.

What social media is saying after Georgia football win over Texas A&M

The Georgia Bulldogs came away with a 19-13 win in their final home game of the season over the Texas A&M Aggies. The win moves No. 4 Georgia to 10-1 on the year and 7-1 in SEC play.

The defense was largely responsible for the win, as Texas A&M finished with just 274 total yards and -1 rushing yards on the game.

Because of the performance — which also featured 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble — many continued to appreciate how special the Georgia defense has been this season.

As for the offensive side of the ball, junior running back D’Andre Swift finished with 103 rushing yards in what was likely his final home game for the Bulldogs. Swift showed off an array of moves that caught the attention of many over the course of the game.

Related: D’Andre Swift: ‘For us to get to where we want to go, we have to get better on offense”

Some did notice that Swift got into a spirited argument with Jake Fromm during the closing moments of the game.

But Smart assured those interested that there was nothing sinister about the argument and that it was just two passionate players talking it out.

“He was just frustrated,” Smart said of Swift. “It wasn’t a great play, but that’s called passion, it’s not a dustup. It’s love. When you have family, your family doesn’t always get along, right? But they love each other. These two young men love each other as much as anybody.”

As positive as fans and pundits were about Swift and the Georgia defense, many were still critical of the group.

As a whole, the Georgia offense finished with just 260 total yards. Fromm finished the game completing 11 of his 23 pass attempts for 163 yards. It was the third straight game Fromm has completed less than 50 percent of his passes. Fromm was also sacked twice on Saturday. But Georgia is also 10-0 on the season when Fromm does not turn the ball over, which was the case on Saturday.

Smart did not mince words about the performance following the game.

“Offensively we’ve got to improve. No bones about it. We’ve got to improve. There were things tonight we missed that were there, and that’s the frustrating thing,” Smart said. “Some of that had nothing to do with the calls. Some of that had to do with the execution. ”

Following the game, a number of current and former Georgia players weighed in with their thoughts on the 19-13 win. It was also senior day for many of the Bulldogs, including fan-favorite Rodrigo Blankenship.

The Bulldogs return to action on Saturday, as they visit the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The game is scheduled for a 12 p.m. kickoff in Atlanta. Georgia beat the Yellow Jackets 45-21 when the two teams played last year.

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