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SEC (1933)

Division 1 

Athens, Ga 

 Sanford Stadium


  • National Championships: 3 claimed, unclaimed. 

  • Divisional Championships: 12

  • Conference Titles: 15

  • Bowl Appearances: 35–21–3

  • SIAA (1895–1921). 
  • Southern Conference (1921–1932

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Georgia Bulldogs Football History

The Georgia Bulldogs football program fielded its first NCAAF team in 1892. The Bulldogs had a host of different coaches in their first few decades before Wally Butts became head coach in 1939. Butts was one of the best coaches during his 22-year tenure. He won SEC coach of the year three times, and led the Bulldogs to four SEC championships and one National Championship in 1942.

Additionally, he coached a host of All-Americans like Heisman Trophy winner Frank Sinkwich and Maxwell Award winner Charley Trippi. He finished with a 140–86–9 overall record. Vince Dooley took over in 1964 and kept the position for 24 NCAAF seasons.

Under Dooley, the Dawgs’ won six SEC championships and another National Championship in 1980.The Dawgs appeared in 20 college football bowl games during Dooley’s career, and they won eight of them.

He coached 40 All-Americans in his time including 1982 Heisman winner Herschel Walker. Dooley also won a host of awards during his tenure and is recognized as the best and most winningest coach in Georgia Bulldogs history, with his 201–77–10 overall coaching record.He retired after the 1989 season. 

The 90s were nowhere near as productive as the 40s-80s. Ray Goff coached from 1989-1995 and posted a 46-34-1 record. However, from 1993-1995, they never won more than seven games, and he was relieved of his duties. 

Different Coaches, Different Results

Jim Donnan was at the helm from 1996-2000. Donnan had the Dawgs rolling. They won at least nine NCAAF games and won a bowl game in each of his last four seasons. 

Mark Richt was named head coach in 2001 after being the defensive coordinator at Florida State University. Richt coached a host of All-Americans and future NFL stars like Matthew Stafford, Aj Green, and Geno Atkins.

He led the Dawgs’ to seven SEC East titles, three SEC titles, and a 9-5 bowl record. Three of the bowl games were BCS bowl games.

The 2007-2008 team was perhaps his best team. The Dawgs’ finished 11-2 and finished off their season with a huge Sugar Bowl win over undefeated Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

Richt was fired in 2015 due to his inability to take the program to a championship level. He finished with a 145-51 overall record. Kirby Smart became the head coach at Georgia in 2016 and still holds the title.

The Dawgs have been very prosperous under Smart. In his first five years, the Dawgs have won the SEC East division each year except for 2020, won the SEC once, and won the National Championship in the 2021 season.

In 2021, the Dawgs’ had a historically great defense, where they gave up less than ten points per game.

Additionally, they had five players go in the first round of the 2022 NFL draft, including Jordan Davis and Quay Walker. 

Georgia Bulldogs Football FAQs

What is the highest win total in Georgia Bulldog program history?

In 2021, the Georgia Bulldogs ripped off 14 wins to only one loss en route to a National Championship. The Bulldogs enjoyed wins over Florida, Kentucky, Michigan and the University of Alabama.

What was the worst season in Georgia Bulldog program history?

The Bulldogs finished with just one win in their 1904,1905 and 1909 seasons. In more modern times, 2010 was bad for the Bulldogs. They were ultra-talented but due to suspensions and the departure of Matt Stafford, they finished 6-7.

How many Bowl Games has Georgia made?

The Bulldogs have played in 59 total bowl games. They currently have a 35-21-3 overall bowl record, which includes a 3-1 playoff record.
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