Georgia Bulldogs football (all games)

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This lists all college football games played by the University of Georgia football team since the program started in 1892.

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1890s[edit]

There were six head coaches of the Georgia Bulldogs football team in the 1890s. Charles Herty (1982 season), Ernest Brown (1893 season), Robert Winston (1894 season), "Pop" Warner, (1895 & 1896 seasons), Charles McCarthy (1897 & 1898 seasons) and Gordon Saussy (1899 season).

Date Opponent Site Result
1892-01-30 Mercer* Herty FieldAthens, GA W 50-0  
1892-02-20 vs. Auburn* Piedmont Park • Atlanta, Georgia (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 10-0  
1893-11-04 Georgia Tech* Herty Field, • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 28-6  
1893-11-11 at Vanderbilt* Nashville, TN L 35-10  
1893-11-30 vs. Savannah AC* Savannah, GA T 0-0  
1893-12-01 at Augusta AC* Augusta, GA W 24-0  
1893-12-09 vs. Furman* Augusta W 35-10  
1894-10-29 Sewanee* Herty Field, • Athens L 12-8  
1894-11-03 at South Carolina* Columbia, SC W 40-0  
1894-11-10 at Wofford* Spartanburg, SC W 0-0  
1894-11-30 at Augusta AC* Augusta W 66-0  
1894-12-01 vs. Auburn* Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 10-8  
1894-12-09 vs. Savannah AC* Savannah, GA W 22-0  
1895-10-19 Wofford* Herty Field • Athens W 34-0  
1895-10-26 vs. North Carolina Atlanta L 6-0  
1895-10-31 vs. North Carolina Atlanta L 10-6  
1895-11-02 vs. Alabama Wildwood Park, • Columbus, GA W 30-6  
1895-11-09 vs. Sewanee Atlanta W 22-0  
1895-11-23 at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN L 6-0  
1895-12-09 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) L 16-6  
1896-10-24 at Wofford* Spartanburg, SC W 26-0  
1896-10-31 vs. North Carolina Atlanta W 24-16  
1896-11-10 vs. Sewanee Atlanta W 26-0  
1896-11-30 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 12-6  
1897-10-09 Clemson Herty Field • Athens W 24-0  
1897-10-23 Georgia Tech Herty Field • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 28-0  
1897-10-30 vs. Virginia* Atlanta L 17-4  
1898-10-08 Clemson Herty Field • Athens W 20-8  
1898-10-15 Atlanta AC* Herty Field • Athens W 14-0  
1898-10-22 Georgia Tech Herty Field • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 15-0  
1898-11-29 vs. Vanderbilt Atlanta W 4-0  
1898-11-12 vs. North Carolina Macon, GA L 44-0  
1898-11-24 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) L 18-17  
1899-10-07 Clemson Herty Field • Athens W 11-0  
1899-10-21 vs. Sewanee Atlanta L 12-0  
1899-10-28 Georgia Tech Herty Field • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 33-0  
1899-11-11 at Tennessee Knoxville, TN L 5-0  
1899-11-18 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) T 0-0  
1899-11-30 vs. North Carolina Atlanta L 5-0  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

Decade Record: 23-14-2, a winning percentage of .615.

Milestones: SIAA Co-Champion in 1896.

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 20th century[edit]

There were seven head coaches of the Georgia Bulldogs football team in the 1900s (decade). E. E. Jones (1900 season), Billy Reynolds (1901 & 1902 seasons), Marvin D. Dickinson (1903 & 1905 seasons), Charles Barnard, (1904 season), Bull Whitney (1906 & 1907 seasons), Branch Bocock (1908 season) and James Coulter & Frank Dobson (1909 season). The first decade of 1900 was the worst decade of football in Georgia Bulldog history.

Date Opponent Site Result
1900-10-13 at Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 12-0  
1900-10-20 at South Carolina* Herty FieldAthens, GA W 5-0  
1900-10-27 vs. Sewanee Atlanta L 21-6  
1900-11-11 Clemson Herty Field • Athens L 39-5  
1900-11-17 at North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina L 55-0  
1900-11-29 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 44-0  
1901-10-12 vs. South Carolina* Augusta, GA W 10-5  
1901-10-19 at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN L 47-0  
1901-10-21 at Sewanee Sewanee, TN L 47-0  
1901-10-26 Clemson Herty Field • Athens L 29-5  
1901-11-02 vs. North Carolina Atlanta L 27-0  
1901-11-09 vs. Alabama Highland Park • Montgomery, AL T 0-0  
1901-11-16 Davidson Herty Field • Athens L 6-16  
1901-11-28 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) T 0-0  
1902-10-18 Furman Herty Field • Athens W 11-0  
1902-10-25 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) T 0-0  
1902-11-01 at Alabama West End Park • Birmingham, AL W 5-0  
1902-11-07 Davidson Herty Field • Athens W 20-0  
1902-11-08 at Clemson Clemson, SC L 36-0  
1902-11-11 vs. Sewanee Atlanta L 11-0  
1902-11-27 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 12-5  
1903-10-10 Clemson Herty Field • Athens L 29-0  
1903-10-17 South Carolina* Herty Field • Athens L 17-0  
1903-10-24 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 38-0  
1903-10-31 Vanderbilt Herty Field • Athens L 33-0  
1903-11-07 at Tennessee Knoxville, TN W 5-0  
1903-11-14 at Savannah* Savannah, GA L 6-0  
1903-11-26 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 22-13  
1904-10-15 vs. Florida Agriculture College* Macon, GA W 52-0  
1904-10-22 at Clemson Clemson L 10-0  
1904-10-26 at South Carolina* Columbia L 2-0  
1904-11-05 Alabama Quad • Tuscaloosa, AL L 16-5  
1904-11-12 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 23-6  
1904-11-24 vs. Auburn Central City Park • Macon (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) L 17-5  
1905-10-02 Clemson Herty Field • Athens L 35-10  
1905-10-03 Cumberland Herty Field • Athens L 39-10  
1905-11-04 at Alabama Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham L 36-0  
1905-11-11 Dahlonega* Herty Field • Athens W 16-12  
1905-11-18 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 46-0  
1905-11-30 vs. Auburn Macon (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) L 29-0  
1906-10-13 Davidson Herty Field • Athens L 15-0  
1906-10-20 at Clemson Clemson L 6-0  
1906-11-03 at Mercer* Macon W 55-0  
1906-11-10 Georgia Tech Herty Field • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 17-0  
2006-11-21 Tennessee Herty Field • Athens T 0-0  
1906-11-29 vs. Auburn Macon (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 4-0  
1906-12-02 at Savannah AC* Savannah L 12-0  
1907-10-05 Dahlonega* Herty Field • Athens W 57-0  
1907-10-12 Tennessee Herty Field • Athens L 15-0  
1907-10-19 at Mercer* Macon W 26-6  
1907-10-25 at Alabama Highland Park • Montgomery T 0-0  
1907-11-02 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 10-6  
1907-11-07 vs. Clemson Augusta W 8-0  
1907-11-11 Sewanee Herty Field • Athens L 16-0  
1907-11-28 vs. Auburn Macon (Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry) W 6-0  
1908-10-03 Dahlonega* Herty Field • Athens W 16-0  
1908-10-17 South Carolina* Herty Field • Athens W 29-6  
1908-10-24 at Tennessee Knoxville L 10-0  
1908-10-31 Mercer* Herty Field • Athens W 10-0  
1908-11-05 vs. Clemson Augusta W 8-0  
1908-11-14 at Alabama Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham T 6-6  
1908-11-21 Davidson Herty Field • Athens W 2-0  
1908-11-27 Auburn Montgomery (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 23-0  
1909-10-09 at The Citadel Charleston, SC T 0-0  
1909-10-16 Davidson Herty Field • Athens T 0-0  
1909-10-23 at Tennessee Knoxville W 3-0  
1909-10-30 vs. Alabama Atlanta L 14-0  
1909-11-10 vs. Clemson Augusta L 5-0  
1909-11-20 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 12-6  
1909-11-25 at Auburn Montgomery L 17-5  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

Decade Record: 24-38-8, a winning percentage of .400.

Cumulative Record:47-52-10, a winning percentage of .477.

Milestones:

  • 10th season of Georgia Bulldogs football - the 1901 season.
  • Georgia dropped below .500 in 1905 and would stay there for the rest of the decade (loss to Clemson on October 2).
  • 100th game played in 1908 (tied Alabama - October 14).

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1910s[edit]

There was only one head coachof the Georgia Bulldogs football team in the 1910s. Since Georgia did not field a team in 1917 or 1918 due to World War I, W. A. Cunningham coached the bulldogs for eight seasons. Although the team had slipped below .500 as the result of a poor showing in the first decade of the season, Cunningham's teams had enough success to pull Georgia's cumulative record back above .500.

Date Opponent Site Result
1910-10-01 Locust Grove Institute* Herty FieldAthens, GA W 101-0  
1910-10-08 Gordon* Herty Field • Athens W 79-0  
1910-10-15 at Alabama Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham, AL W 22-0  
1910-10-22 Tennessee Herty Field • Athens W 35-5  
1910-10-29 Mercer* Herty Field • Athens W 21-0  
1910-11-05 at Sewanee Sewanee, TN L 15-12  
1910-11-10 vs. Clemson Augusta, GA T 0-0  
1910-11-19 at Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 11-6  
1910-11-24 vs. Auburn Savannah, GA (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 26-0  
1911-09-30 Alabama Presbyterian* Sanford Field • Athens W 51-0  
1911-10-07 South Carolina* Sanford Field • Athens W 38-0  
1911-10-14 at Alabama Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham W 11-3  
1911-10-21 Sewanee Sanford Field • Athens W 12-3  
1911-10-28 Mercer University* Sanford Field • Athens W 8-5  
1911-11-14 at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN L 17-0  
1911-11-09 Clemson Augusta, GA W 22-0  
1911-11-18 Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 5-0  
1911-11-29 vs. Auburn Savannah, GA (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) T 0-0  
1912-10-05 Tennessee-Chattanooga* Sanford Field • Athens W 33-0  
1912-10-12 Citadel Sanford Field • Athens W 33-0  
1912-10-19 vs. Vanderbilt Atlanta L 46-0  
1912-10-26 vs. Alabama Driving Park • Columbus, GA W 13-9  
1912-11-02 Sewanee Sanford Field • Athens T 13-13  
1912-11-09 vs. Clemson Augusta W 27-6  
1912-11-16 at Georgia Tech Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 20-0  
1912-11-28 Auburn Sanford Field • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 12-6  
1913-10-04 Alabama Presbyterian* Sanford Field • Athens W 108-0  
1913-10-11 Dahlonega* Sanford Field • Athens W 51-0  
1913-10-18 Alabama Rickwood Field • Birmingham W 20-0  
1913-10-25 vs. Virginia Atlanta L 13-6  
1913-11-01 North Carolina Sanford Field • Athens W 19-6  
1913-11-06 vs. Clemson Augusta W 18-15  
1913-11-15 Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 14-0  
1913-11-22 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 21-7  
1914-09-26 Dahlonega* Sanford Field • Athens W 81-0  
1914-10-03 Citadel Sanford Field • Athens W 13-0  
1914-10-10 at Sewanee Sewanee, TN W 7-6  
1914-10-17 vs. North Carolina Atlanta L 41-6  
1914-10-24 at Virginia Lambeth Field • Charlottesville, VA L 28-0  
1914-10-31 Mississippi State Sanford Field • Athens L 9-0  
1914-11-07 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens L 35-13  
1914-11-14 Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 7-0  
1914-11-21 vs. Auburn Atlanta (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) T 0-0  
1915-09-28 Newberry* Sanford Field • Athens W 79-0  
1915-10-01 Dahlonega* Sanford Field • Athens W 64-0  
1915-10-09 at Tennessee-Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN T 6-6  
1915-10-16 at Citadel Charleston, SC W 39-0  
1915-10-23 Virginia Sanford Field • Athens L 9-7  
1915-10-30 Auburn Sanford Field • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 12-0  
1915-11-06 at Florida Jacksonville, FL W 37-0  
1915-11-13 Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) T 0-0  
1915-11-25 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens W 13-0  
1916-09-30 Citadel Sanford Field • Athens W 6-0  
1916-10-07 at Clemson Anderson, SC W 26-0  
1916-10-14 Florida Sanford Field • Athens W 21-0  
1916-10-21 at Virginia Lambeth Field • Charlottesville W 13-7  
1916-10-28 at Navy* Annapolis, MD L 27-3  
1916-11-04 Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 3-0  
1916-11-11 Furman Sanford Field • Athens W 49-0  
1916-11-18 Georgia Tech Sanford Field • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 21-0  
1916-11-30 at Alabama Rickwood Field • Birmingham W 3-0  
1919-10-04 Citadel Sanford Field • Athens W   
1919-10-11 South Carolina Sanford Field • Athens W 14-0  
1919-10-18 Sewanee Sanford Field • Athens W 13-0  
1919-10-25 at Florida Tampa, FL W 16-0  
1919-11-01 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 7-0  
1919-11-07 Virginia Sanford Field • Athens T 7-7  
1919-11-15 vs. Tulane University Augusta T 7-7  
1919-11-22 vs. Alabama Atlanta L 6-0  
1919-11-27 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens T 0-0  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

Decade Record: 43-18-9, a winning percentage of .679.

Cumulative Record:90-70-19, a winning percentage of .556.

Milestones:

  • Georgia moved back above .500 in 1911 and would never fall below .500 again.
  • 20th season of Georgia Bulldogs football - the 1911 season.

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1920s[edit]

The Bulldogs had three head coaches during the 1920s: Herman Stegeman for 1920-1922 seasons, Georg "Kid" Woodruff for 1923-1927 seasons and Harry Mehre for 1928 & 1929 seasons.

Date Opponent Site Result
1920-10-12 The Citadel Sanford FieldAthens, GA W 40-0  
1920-10-09 at South Carolina Columbia, SC W 37-0  
1920-10-13 at Furman Greenville, SC W 7-0  
1920-10-23 at Oglethorpe Atlanta, GA W 23-3  
1920-10-30 vs. Auburn McClung StadiumColumbus, GA (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 7-0  
1920-11-06 at Virginia Charlottesville, VA T 0-0  
1920-11-13 Florida Sanford Field • Athens W 56-0  
1920-11-20 Alabama Sanford Field • Athens W 21-14  
1920-11-25 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens W 55-0  
1921-10-01 Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 28-0  
1921-10-08 Furman Sanford Field • Athens W 27-7  
1921-10-15 at Harvard* Cambridge, MA L 10-7  
1921-10-29 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 7-0  
1921-11-06 Virginia Sanford Field • Athens W 21-0  
1921-11-13 at Vanderbilt Nashville, TN T 7-7  
1921-11-20 vs. Alabama Atlanta W 22-0  
1921-11-25 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens W 28-0  
1921-11-27 vs. Dartmouth* Atlanta L 7-0  
1922-09-23 Newberry* Sanford Field • Athens W 82-13  
1922-09-30 Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 41-0  
1922-10-07 at Chicago* Stagg FieldChicago, IL L 20-0  
1922-10-14 at Furman Greenville W 7-0  
1922-10-21 Tennessee Sanford Field • Athens W 7-3  
1922-10-26 Oglethorpe Sanford Field • Athens W 26-6  
1922-11-04 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) L 7-3  
1922-11-11 at Virginia Charlottesville T 6-6  
1922-11-18 Vanderbiltdagger Sanford Field • Athens L 12-0  
1922-11-25 at Alabama Crampton BowlMontgomery, AL L 10-6  
1923-09-29 Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 7-0  
1923-10-06 Oglethorpe Sanford Field • Athens W 20-0  
1923-10-13 at Yale* New Haven, CT L 40-0  
1923-10-20 at Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, TN W 17-0  
1923-11-03 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 7-0  
1923-11-10 Virginiadagger Sanford Field • Athens W 13-0  
1923-11-17 at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville L 35-0  
1923-11-24 at Alabama Crampton Bowl • Montgomery L 36-0  
1923-12-01 Centre College* Sanford Field • Athens T 3-3  
1924-09-27 at Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 26-7  
1924-10-04 South Carolina Sanford Field • Athens W 18-0  
1924-10-11 at Yale* New Haven L 7-6  
1924-10-18 vs. Furman Augusta, GA W 22-0  
1924-10-25 at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville W 3-0  
1924-11-01 Tennesseedagger Sanford Field • Athens W 33-0  
1924-11-08 at Virginia Lambeth Field • Charlottesville W   
1924-11-15 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 6-0  
1924-11-25 at Alabama Rickwood Field • Birmingham, AL L 33-0  
1924-11-26 at Centre College* Danville, KY L   
1925-09-26 at Mercer* Macon, GA W 32-0  
1925-10-03 Virginia Sanford Field • Athens L 7-6  
1925-10-10 at Yale* New Haven L 35-7  
1925-10-17 vs. Furman Augusta W 21-0  
1925-10-24 Vanderbiltdagger Sanford Field • Athens W 26-7  
1925-10-31 at Tennessee Neyland Stadium • Knoxville L 12-7  
1925-11-07 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 34-0  
1925-11-14 at Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 3-0  
1925-11-26 at Alabama Rickwood Field • Birmingham L 27-0  
1926-09-25 Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 20-0  
1926-10-02 at Virginia Lambeth Field • Charlottesville W 21-0  
1926-10-09 at Yale* New Haven L 10-0  
1926-10-16 Furman Sanford Field • Athens L 14-7  
1926-10-23 at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville L 14-13  
1926-10-30 Floridadagger Sanford Field • Athens W 32-9  
1926-11-06 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 16-0  
1926-11-13 at Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 14-13  
1926-11-25 at Alabama Rickwood Field • Birmingham L 33-6  
1927-10-01 Virginiadagger Sanford Field • Athens W 32-0  
1927-10-08 at Yale* New Haven W 14-10  
1927-10-15 Furman Sanford Field • Athens W 32-0  
1927-10-22 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 33-0  
1927-10-29 at Tulane New Orleans, LA W 31-0  
1927-11-05 at Florida Jacksonville, FL W 28-0  
1927-11-12 Clemson Sanford Field • Athens W 32-0  
1927-11-19 Mercer* Sanford Field • Athens W 26-7  
1927-11-24 Alabama Legion Field • Birmingham W 20-7  
1927-12-03 Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta L 12-0  
1928-10-06 Mercer University* Sanford Field • Athens W 52-0  
1928-10-13 at Yale* New Haven L 21-6  
1928-10-20 Furman Sanford Field • Athens W 7-0  
1928-10-27 dagger Sanford Field • Athens W 20-14  
1928-11-03 vs. Auburn McClung Stadium • Columbus (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 13-0  
1928-11-10 vs. Florida Savannah, GA L 26-6  
1928-11-17 LSU Sanford Field • Athens L 13-12  
1928-11-29 Alabama Legion Field • Birmingham, AL L 19-0  
1928-12-08 at Georgia Tech Grant Field • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) L 20-6  
1929-10-05 Furman Sanford Field • Athens W 27-0  
1929-10-12 Yale* Sanford Stadium • Athens W 15-0  
1929-10-19 at North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC W 19-12  
1929-10-26 at Florida Jacksonville L 18-6  
1929-11-02 vs. Tulane Columbus L 21-15  
1929-11-09 at NYU* New York, NY L 27-19  
1929-11-16 Auburndagger Sanford Stadium • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) W 24-0  
1929-10-28 Alabama Legion Field • Birmingham W 12-0  
1929-12-07 Georgia Tech Sanford Stadium • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) W 12-6  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

Decade Record: 60-31-4, a winning percentage of .653.

Cumulative Record:150-101-23, a winning percentage of .589.

Milestones

  • SIAA Co-Champion in 1920.
  • 100th victory in 1921 (Furman - October 8).
  • 200th game played in 1922 (a victory over Mercer - September 30).
  • 30th season of Georgia Bulldogs football - the 1923 season.
  • National Champion in 1927 (listed number 1 in four polls).
  • 100th loss in 1929 (Tulane - November 2).

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1930s[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1940s[edit]

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1950s[edit]

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1960s[edit]

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1970s[edit]

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1980s[edit]

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 1990s[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
09/08/90 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, LA L 18-13
09/15/90 Southern Miss M. M. Roberts StadiumHattiesburg, MS W 18-17
09/22/90

Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 2000s[edit]

Georgia has had two head coaches in the first decade of 2000. Jim Donnan for 2000 season and Mark Richt for 2001 to current season.

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result
2000-09-02 Georgia Southern University* #11 Sanford StadiumAthens, GA W 29-7  
2000-09-09 at South Carolina #10 Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, SC ESPN2 L 21-10  
2000-09-28 New Mexico State* #24 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 37-0  
2000-09-30 at Arkansas #24 Razorback StadiumFayetteville, AR JP W 38-7  
2000-10-07 #21 Tennessee #19 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN W 21-10  
2000-10-14 Vanderbiltdagger #13 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 29-19  
2000-10-21 at Kentucky #12 Commonwealth StadiumLexington, KY JP W 34-30  
2000-10-28 vs. #8 Florida #12 Alltel StadiumJacksonville, FL (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS L 34-23  
2000-11-11 at #22 Auburn #13 Jordan-Hare StadiumAuburn, AL (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) ESPN L 29-26 (OT) 
2000-11-18 Ole Miss #21 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 32-14  
2000-11-25 at #18 Georgia Tech* #19 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) ESPN2 L 27-15  
2000-12-24 vs. Virginia* #24 Aloha StadiumHonolulu, HI (Oahu Bowl) CBS W 37-14  
2001-09-01 Arkansas State* Sanford Stadium • Athens W 45-17  
2001-09-08 #21 South Carolina #24 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN L 14-9  
2001-09-29 Arkansas Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN2 W 34-23  
2001-10-06 at Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, TN CBS W 26-24  
2001-10-13 at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, TN W 30-14  
2001-10-20 Kentuckydagger #19 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 43-29  
2001-10-27 vs. #6 Florida #16 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS L 24-10  
2001-11-10 #24 Auburn #21 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) CBS L 24-17  
2001-11-17 at Ole Miss Vaught-Hemingway StadiumOxford, MS JP W 35-15  
2001-11-24 at #21 Georgia Tech* #23 Bobby Dodd StadiumAtlanta, GA (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) ESPN W 31-17  
2001-12-01 Houston* #19 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 35-7  
2001-12-28 vs. Boston College* #16 Adelphia ColiseumNashville, TN (Music City Bowl) ESPN L 20-16  
2002-08-31 Clemson* #12 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN W 31-28  
2002-09-14 at South Carolina #10 Williams-Brice Stadium • Columbia CBS W 13-7  
2002-09-21 Northwestern State* #8 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 45-7  
2002-09-28 New Mexico State* #7 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 41-10  
2002-10-05 at #22 Alabama #6 Bryant-Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, AL CBS W 27-25  
2002-10-12 #10 Tennessee #6 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS W 18-13  
2002-10-19 Vanderbiltdagger #5 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 48-17  
2002-10-26 at Kentucky #5 Commonwealth Stadium • Lexington CBS W 52-24  
2002-11-02 vs. #22 Florida #5 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) ESPN L 20-13  
2002-11-09 at Ole Miss #8 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN2 W 62-17  
2002-11-16 at #24 Auburn #7 Jordan-Hare Stadium • Auburn (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) CBS W 24-21  
2002-11-30 Georgia Tech* #5 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) CBS W 51-7  
2002-12-07 vs. #22 Arkansas #4 Georgia DomeAtlanta, GA (SEC Championship Game) CBS W 30-3  
2003-01-01 vs. FSU* #4 Louisiana SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA (Sugar Bowl) ABC W 26-13  
2003-08-30 at Clemson* #9 Memorial StadiumClemson, SC ABC W 30-0  
2003-09-06 at Middle Tennessee* #8 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 29-10  
2003-09-13 #25 South Carolina* #8 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS W 31-7  
2003-09-20 at #11 LSU #7 Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, LA CBS L 17-10  
2003-10-04 Alabama #12 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS W 37-23  
2003-10-11 at #13 Tennessee #8 Neyland Stadium • Knoxville ESPN2 W 41-14  
2003-10-18 at Vanderbilt #5 Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville W 27-8  
2003-10-25 UAB*dagger #5 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 16-13  
2003-11-01 vs. #23 Florida #4 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS L 16-13  
2003-11-15 Auburn #6 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) CBS W 26-7  
2003-11-22 Kentucky #6 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 30-10  
2003-11-29 Georgia Tech* #5 Bobby Dodd Stadium • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) ABC W 34-17  
2003-12-06 vs. #3 LSU #5 Georgia Dome • Atlanta (SEC Championship Game) CBS L 34-13  
2004-01-01 vs. #12 Purdue* #11 Citrus BowlOrlando, FL (Capital One Bowl) ABC W 34-27 (OT) 
2004-09-04 Georgia Southern* #4 Sanford Stadium • Athens Fox Sports Net W 48-28  
2004-09-11 at South Carolina #4 Williams-Brice Stadium • Columbia ESPN W 20-16  
2004-09-18 Marshall* #3 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 13-3  
2004-10-02 #13 LSU #3 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS W 45-16  
2004-10-09 #17 Tennessee #3 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS L 19-14  
2004-10-16 Vanderbiltdagger #8 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 33-3  
2004-10-23 at Arkansas #6 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville ESPN2 W 20-14  
2004-10-30 vs. Florida #7 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS W 31-24  
2004-11-06 at Kentucky #5 Commonwealth Stadium • Lexington JP W 62-17  
2004-11-13 at #3 Auburn #5 Jordan-Hare Stadium • Auburn (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) CBS L 24-6  
2004-11-27 Georgia Tech* #7 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) CBS W 19-13  
2005-01-01 vs. #16 Wisconsin* #7 Raymond James StadiumTampa, FL (Outback Bowl) ESPN2 W 24-21  
2005-09-03 #19 Boise State University* #13 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN W 48-13  
2005-09-10 South Carolina #9 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN W 17-15  
2005-09-17 LA-Monroe* #6 Sanford Stadium • Athens CSS W 44-7  
2005-09-24 at Mississippi State #6 Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, MS ESPN W 23-10  
2005-10-08 at #7 Tennessee #4 Neyland Stadium • Knoxville CBS W 27-14  
2005-10-15 at Vanderbilt #4 Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville ESPN2 W 34-17  
2005-10-22 Arkansasdagger #4 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 23-20  
2005-10-29 vs. #18 Florida #4 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS L 14-10  
2005-11-12 #17 Auburn #9 Sanford Stadium • Athens (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) ESPN L 31-30  
2005-11-19 Kentucky #14 Sanford Stadium • Athens JP W 45-13  
2005-11-26 at #24 Georgia Tech* #13 Bobby Dodd Stadium • Atlanta (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) ABC W 14-7  
2005-12-03 vs. #3 LSU #12 Georgia Dome • Atlanta (SEC Championship Game) CBS W 34-14  
2006-01-02 vs. #11 West Virginia* #8 Georgia Dome • Atlanta (Sugar Bowl) ABC L 38-35  
2006-09-02 Western Kentucky* #14 Sanford Stadium • Athens Lincoln W 48-12  
2006-09-09 at South Carolina #11 Williams-Brice Stadium • Columbia ESPN W 18-0  
2006-09-16 UAB* #9 Sanford Stadium • Athens CSS W 34-0  
2006-09-23 Colorado* #7 Sanford Stadium • Athens Lincoln W 14-13  
2006-09-30 at Ole Miss #9 Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford ESPN 2 W 14-9  
2006-10-07 #14 Tennessee #9 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN L 51-33  
2006-10-14 Vanderbiltdagger #14 Sanford Stadium • Athens Lincoln L 22-24  
2006-10-21 Mississippi State #24 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 27-24  
2006-10-28 vs. #8 Florida #25 Alltel Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) CBS L 21-14  
2006-11-04 at Kentucky Commonwealth Stadium • Lexington L 24-20  
2006-11-11 at #5 Auburn Jordan-Hare Stadium • Auburn (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry) Lincoln Financial W 37-15  
2006-11-25 #15 Georgia Tech* Sanford Stadium • Athens (Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate) CBS W 15-12  
2006-12-30 vs. #14 Virginia Tech* Georgia Dome • Atlanta (Chick-fil-A Bowl) ESPN W 31-24  
2007-09-01 Oklahoma State* #13 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 35-14  
2007-09-08 South Carolina #11 Sanford Stadium • Athens L 12-16  
2007-09-15 Western Carolina* #23 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 45-16  
2007-09-22 at #16 Alabama #22 Bryant-Denney Stadium • Tuscaloosa W 26-23 (OT) 
2007-09-29 Mississippi #15 Sanford Stadium • Athens W 45-17  
2007-10-06 at Tennessee #12 Neyland Stadium • Knoxville L 14-35  
2007-10-13 at Vanderbilt #24 Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville W 20-17  
2007-10-27 vs. #11 Florida #18 Municipal Stadium • Jacksonville (The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party) W 42-30  
2008-08-30 Georgia Southern* #1 Sanford Stadium • Athens CSS W 45-21  
2008-09-06 Central Michigan* #2 Sanford Stadium • Athens FSN south replay W 56-17  
2008-09-13 at South Carolina #2 Williams-Brice Stadium • Columbia CBS W 14-7  
2008-09-20 at Arizona State* #3 Sun Devil Stadium • Tempe ABC W 27-10  
2008-09-27 #8 Alabama #3 Sanford Stadium • Athens ESPN L 30-41  
2008-10-11 Tennessee #10 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS W 26-14  
2008-10-18 #22 Vanderbilt #10 Sanford Stadium • Athens Raycom W 24-14  
2008-10-25 #11 LSU #9 Tiger Stadium • Baton Rouge CBS W 52-38  
2008-11-01 #5 Florida #8 Jacksonville CBS L 10-49  
2008-11-08 Kentucky #14 Stadium • Lexington Raycom W 42-38  
2008-11-15 Auburn #13 Jordan-Hare Stadium • Auburn Raycom W 17-13  
2008-11-29 #18 Georgia Tech #13 Sanford Stadium • Athens CBS L 42-45  
2009-01-01 vs. #19 Michigan State* #16 Florida Citrus Bowl • Orlando (Capital One Bowl) ABC W 24-12  


Georgia Bulldogs football games in the 2010s[edit]

2010-09-04 vs. #no Louisiana-Lafayette* #23 Sanford Stadium • Athens, Georgia SEC Network W 55-7  
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game.

Decade Record (through 2006): 68-21-0, a winning percentage of .764.

Cumulative Record (through 2006): 702-379-54, a winning percentage of .642.

Milestones:

  • SEC Champions in 2002.
  • 110th season of Georgia Bulldogs football - the 2003 Season.
  • 1100th game played in 2004 (a victory over Marshall - September 18).
  • SEC Champions in 2005.
  • 700th victory in 2006.

Sources[edit]