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TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information....................... 2 Media Guidelines........................... 3 Radio Network............................... 4 Media Outlets................................. 5

2018 PREVIEW

Outlook.......................................6-7 Rosters........................................8-9 Pronunciation Guide...................... 9 2018 Squad Breakdown............... 10 Dawg Tracks (Notes)..............11-14 2018 Opponent Comp. Schedule... 15

COACHING STAFF

Kirby Smart.............................16-17 Assistant Coaches and Support Staff.........................18-33 Medical Support Staff.................. 33

2018 PLAYERS

2018 Bulldogs.........................34-58 2018 Signees...........................58-61

2017 SEASON REVIEW

Georgia Stats...........................62-63 Game by Game Indiv. Stats......... 64 Defensive Game-by-Game............65 Game-by-Game Participation.......66 Game-by-Game Team Stats......... 67 Superlatives, Kicking Stats.......... 68 The Last Time.............................. 69 Game Summaries....................70-74

A LOOK AT GEORGIA FOOTBALL

Georgia Football.....................75-77 Opportunity for Success............... 78 Preparations for Success.............. 79 Rankin Smith Student Center....... 79 What Parents Say....................80-81 Bowl Bound............................82-83 Bulldogs in the NFL................84-89 What the Pros Say...................90-91 William Porter Payne & Porter Otis Payne Indoor Practice Facility........ 92 Locker Room & Lounge.............. 93 Sanford Stadium......................94-95 Strength & Conditioning.........96-97 Athletic Training.....................98-99 Bulldogs in Spotlight...........100-101 Georgia Tradition................102-103 Coaches Pledge.......................... 103 CHAMPS/Life Skills................. 104 Accent on Service .............105-106 Bulldogs off the Field................ 107 Walk-ons.................................... 108 East Campus Village.................. 109 This is UGA/Athens............ 110-111 Famous Classmates/Celebrity........ 112

RECORD BOOK

Individual Records..............113-124 Individual Career Stats............... 125 Individual Def. Records............ .126

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Team Records......................127-129 Overtime/Notable Drives........... 130 Opponent Records/Margin of Victory/Defeat..................... 131 4th Quarter Comebacks.......132-133 Record vs. Ranked Opponents/Streaks............133-136 Annual Team Yardage................ 137 Georgia’s Longest Plays............ 138 Homecoming Games.................. 138 SEC Statistical Champs............. 139

ACADEMICS

NCAA Honors Program............. 140 Accent on Academics................. 141 Academic All-SEC..............141-144

HISTORY & TRADITION

Attendance Records................... 145 Sanford Stadium..................146-147 Starting Lineups since 1957..................................148-152 Lettermen............................153-161 All Star Games........................... 161 Georgia vs. All Opponents.......... 162 Yearly Scores......................163-168 Series Records.....................169-174 JV Bulldogs................................ 174 Captains...............................175-176 All-Time Asst. Coaches............. 176 Former Head Coaches.........177-179 Former AD's............................... 179 Faculty Reps............................... 180 All-Southern Conf...................... 180 All-SEC...............................180-171 Freshman All-SEC..................... 181 All-Americans.....................182-187 Freshman All-Americans........... 187 Herschel Walker ....................... 188 Sinkwich/Trippi/Sapp................ 189 NFL Bulldogs......................190-194 College Hall of Fame................. 195 UGA’s National Champions....... 196 Winningest 1-A Teams/ SEC Titles/Milestones.............. 197 Poll History.........................198-199 TV Appearances..................200-202 Artificial Turf............................. 202 Bulldogs in the Spotlight....203-206

BOWL HISTORY

Bowl Records/SEC Championships.....................207-208

THE UNIVERSITY

Georgia Traditions..................... 209 Uga Mascots........................210-212 SEC/Band/Cheerleaders............. 213

STAFF

UGA Pres. Jere Morehead.......... 214 UGA Athletic Board................... 214 J. Reid Parker Dir. of Athletics..... 215 Senior Staff................................ 215 Support Staff.............................. 216

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Academics..................... 79, 140-44 Accent on Service............. 105-106 All-Americans................... 182-187 Freshman All-Americans.......187 All-Southern Conference..........180 All-SEC............................. 180-181 All-Star Games..........................161 Artificial Turf............................202 Athens................................110-111 Athletic Board...........................214 Athletic Directors..............179, 215 Athletic Training................... 98-99 Attendance Records..................145 Band, Redcoat...........................213 Bowl Tradition...................... 82-83 Bowl Records.................... 207-208 Bulldogs Off the Field..............107 Bulldogs Spotlight.... 100, 203-206 Bullpups vs. Baby Jackets.........174 Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall..........93 Captains............................. 175-176 Cavan, Mike................................30 Celebrities.................................110 Champions, National ................196 SEC ........................................197 Championship History..............196 Champs/Life Skills...................104 Chaney, Jim.................................18 Cheerleaders..............................213 Circle of Honor.........................204 Coaches, Assistant................ 18-26 Asst. Coaches, All-Time..........176 Head Coach, Current........... 16-17 Head Coaches, Former..... 177-179 Coaches Pledge.........................103 Coley, James...............................20 Colors........................................209 Courson, Ron..............................28 Dawg Tracks (Notes)............ 11-14 Decade Records........................129 Depth Chart.................................10 Dooley, Vince....................178, 179 East Campus Village.................107 Facilities................. 92-95, 146-147 Faculty Reps......................180, 214 Fountain, Scott............................21 Game Summaries, '17........... 70-74 General Information......................2 Grads, Famous..........................112 Hall of Fame, College...............195 Hall of Fame, State of Georgia...206 Hall of Fame, Georgia-Florida....206 Hankton, Cortez..........................22 Homecoming Games.................138 Housing.....................................109 Indoor Athletic Facility...............92 Jennings, Jonas............................29 Jerseys, Retired.........................189 Lanning, Dan...............................23 Lee, Josh.....................................29 Lettermen.......................... 153-161 Locker Room..............................93 Malchow, Marshall.....................30 McGarity, Greg, AD..................215 McGee, Dell................................24

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Media Information....................3, 5 Milestones/SEC All-Time Standings/ ............................193 Morehead, Jere, President.........214 NFL Bulldogs......... 84-91, 187-190 Opportunities for Success...........76 Outlook, 2018........................... 6-7 What Parents Say.................. 80-81 Pittman, Sam...............................25 Players Bios.......................... 34-61 Poll History....................... 198-199 Practice Fields.............................92 Pronunciation Guide.....................9 Preparation For Success..............79 Radio Network..............................4 Records Annual Team Yardage.............134 4th Quarter Comebacks... 130-131 Individual / Career...........111-124 Individual Def. Record............126 Longest Plays..........................138 Margin of Victory/Defeat........131 Overtime/Notable Drives........130 Opponent Records..................... 131 Record by Decade...................129 Special Teams Records...........124 Team Records.................. 127-129 Record vs. Ranked Opponents /Streaks.......................... 133-136 Redcoat Band............................213 Rosters, 2018............................ 8-9 Sanford Stadium..... 94-95, 146-147 Sapp, Theron.............................189 Schedule, 2018.............Back Cover Opponent..................................15 Schumann, Glenn........................26 Scores, Year-by-Year......... 163-168 Scott, Tray...................................27 SEC Stat Champions.................139 Series Records................... 169-174 Signees.................................. 57-58 Sinclair, Scott..............................28 Sinkwich, Frank........................186 Smart, Kirby.......................... 16-17 Southeastern Conf................3, 213 Sports Medicine.............. 33, 96-97 Staff........................ 18-33, 215-216 Senior......................................215 Support........................ 18-33, 216 Starting Lineups................ 148-152 Stats, 2017 stats..................... 62-69 Strength & Conditioning........96-97 Stroot, Jake..................................32 Traditions.................. 102-103, 209 Trippi, Charley..........................189 Tucker, Mel.................................19 TV Spotlight...................... 100-101 TV Appearances................ 200-202 Uga Mascots...................... 210-212 University ..........................110-111 Walker, Herschel ....................188 Walk-ons at UGA......................108 Weight Room........................ 96-97 Winningest 1-A Teams SEC titles................................197

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2018 spring roster THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LOCATION...................................................................................... Athens, Ga. FOUNDED................................................................................................... 1785 PRESIDENT............................................. Jere W. Morehead (Georgia, JD, '80) J. REID PARKER DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS.......................................... ...............................................................................Greg McGarity (Georgia ‘76) FACULTY ATH. REP.................................. Prof. David Shipley (Oberlin, ‘72; ......................................................................... University of Chicago, JD, ‘75) ENROLLMENT....................................................................................... 37,606 NICKNAME..........................................................................................Bulldogs COLORS.......................................................................................Red and Black STADIUM........................... Sanford (92,746) (natural grass-Bermuda Tifway 419) CONFERENCE............................................................................. Southeastern MASCOT.................................................................................................. Uga X BAND...............................................................................Georgia Redcoat Band

FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF

Kirby Smart........................................................................................Head Coach Jim Chaney.................................................... Offensive Coordinator / Tight Ends Mel Tucker..................................................... Defensive Coordinator / Secondary James Coley.........................................Co-Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Scott Fountain............................................................Special Teams Coordinator Cortez Hankton.................................................. Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers Dan Lanning...............................................Assistant Coach/Outside Linebackers Dell McGee..............................................Assistant Head Coach / Running Backs Sam Pittman...................................................... Assistant Coach / Offensive Line Glenn Schumann........................................ Assistant Coach / Inside Linebackers Tray Scott...........................................................Assistant Coach / Defensive Line

SUPPORT STAFF

Mike Cavan.................................................. Director of Football Administration Josh Lee.............................................................. Director of Football Operations Jay Chapman.......................................Assistant Director of Football Operations Marshall Malchow.................................................. Director of Player Personnel Lukman Abdulai............................................Director of On-Campus Recruiting Christina Harris........................................ Director of Recruiting Administration Dacia King.........................................................Recruiting Program Coordinator Scott Sinclair............................................. Director of Strength and Conditioning Ed Ellis.............................. Senior Associate Director, Strength and Conditioning Rodney Prince.............................. Assistant Director, Strength and Conditioning Ben Sowders................................. Assistant Director, Strength and Conditioning Jamil Walker................................ Assistant Director, Strength and Conditioning Greg Meyer.........................................................................Special Teams Analyst Bryant Gantt........................................................... Director of Player Programs Jonas Jennings.................................................... Director of Player Development Fernando Velasco................................Assistant Director of Player Development Austin Chambers....................................................... Player Development Intern Luke Moore...........................................................Player Personnel Coordinator Quality Control.....Patrick Doherty (Offense), Blaine Miller (Defense), Brian Michalowski (Defense), Tyson Summers (Defense), Jay Johnson (Offense), Dallas Crawford (Offense), Travares Tillman (Defense) Graduate Assistants............... Jesse Stone (Offense), Cody Kennedy (Offense), ........................................... Wendel Davis (Defense), Bacarri Rambo (Defense) Student Assistants............ Hayden Garvin (Defense), Nick Williams (Defense) .Adam Ray (Special Teams), Aaron Auer (Offense), Bradley Brown (Defense) Neyland Raper, Dillon Hendrix..........................Football Operations Assistants Ron Courson..........................Senior Associate AD / Director of Sports Medicine David Jack.....................................................................Assistant Athletic Trainer Jon Hill...........................................................................Assistant Athletic Trainer Drew Willson.................................................................Assistant Athletic Trainer Liz Smart.......................................................................Assistant Athletic Trainer Jake Stroot..........................................................Director of Football Technology Eric Black............................................. Co-Director of Football Creative Design Hannah Brinks..................................... Co-Director of Football Creative Design Frank Martin............................................................................Video Coordinator Taylor Bailey.......................................................................................Video Intern Sidney Roberts.................................Director of Football Performance Nutrition William Price............................................................................Sports Nutritionist Ann Hunt.........................................Administrative Associate to the Head Coach Hailey Tanner..................................................................Administrative Assistant John Meshad...................................................Director of Equipment Operations Gage Whitten................................... Assistant Director of Equipment Operations Wil Wells.......................................... Assistant Director of Equipment Operations

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ATHLETIC PHONE DIRECTORY

General Info.......................................................... 706-542-9036 Academics............................................................. 706-542-1847 Business Office..................................................... 706-542-1306 Compliance Office................................................ 706-542-9036 Development/Bulldog Club.................................. 706-542-9220 Event Management............................................... 706-542-7944 Facilities................................................................ 706-542-9091 Football Office...................................................... 706-542-1515 Human Resources Office...................................... 706-542-9259 J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics..................... 706-542-9037 Marketing.............................................................. 706-542-9045 Promotions............................................................ 706-542-2874 Sports Communications ....................................... 706-542-1621 Ticket Office......................................................... 706-542-1231

MAIL

Sports Communications Office P.O. Box 1472 Athens, Ga. 30603-1472

PHONES

Sports Communications (706) 542-1621 Sports Communications Fax (706) 542-9339

OVERNIGHT MAIL TO:

Sports Communications Office Butts-Mehre Building 1 Selig Circle, Room 201 Athens, Ga. 30602-4368

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Claude Felton............Loran Smith Sr. Assoc. AD/Sports Communications Dir. Tim Hix............................................................ Associate Sports Comm. Dir. Christopher Lakos.......................................... Associate Sports Comm. Dir. Mike Mobley.................................................... Associate Sports Comm. Dir. Steven Colquitt................................................ Associate Sports Comm. Dir. Leland Barrow................................................ Associate Sports Comm. Dir. Tray Littlefield.................................................. Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Karra Logan..................................................... Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Sean Stevenson................................................. Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Jackie Kinney................................................... Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Kim Vachon................................................. Media Operations Coordinator Austin Hannon, McKenzie Rutan, Ashleigh Shay ..............Sports Comm. Graduate Assistants Catherine Harris, Kristin Bradshaw.... Sports Communications Assistants Student Assistants:........................................................Natalie Bunch, Ellie Cross, Abby Fletcher, Rebecca Gemes, Andrew Keith, Kevin Mobley, Garrett Oberkfell, Jacob Stansell, Jean Louise Webb The 2018 Football Media Guide was produced by the UGA Sports Communications Office. Photo Credits: John Kelley, Dale Zanine, Philip Williams, Perry McIntyre Jr., Jimmy Cribb, Dan Evans, Jim Hipple, Randy Miller, Blane Marable, Rob Saye, Radi Nabulsi, Danny White, Andy Harrison, Richard Morand, Cal Powell, Cory Cole, John Paul Van Wert, Caitlyn Tam, Steffenie Burns, Eric Bakke, UGA Photographic Services, Getty Images and The Associated Press. Special thanks to NFL teams for their contributions. Cover Design: Hannah Brinks Lithography: Printed by Walker 360 - Montgomery, Ala.

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• CREDENTIALS - Credentials for Georgia home games must be requested through an online procedure, are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible due to space limitations and significant demand. Requests are honored from sports editors of DAILY newspapers, network affiliate television station sports directors, and websites that have a corresponding publication and/or affiliation with a nationally recognized media entity/network. Requests from weekly newspapers and radio stations will be accepted only from those who will be attending games in a WORKING capacity and will be filled on a space available basis. Non-workers are not permitted in the press box. Credentials will be mailed if time permits; or left at the Press Will-Call booth at Gate 9A on the South side of the stadium or at the East End will call behind the East end zone. Online requesting information may be obtained by email to: kvachon@sports.uga.edu.

4. Cutline writers, messengers, and equipment carriers are not permitted in the sideline photo area. 5. Tripods are not permitted on the sideline.

• FOOTBALL PRACTICE - Georgia football practices are open to media and photographers/videographers for a designated period of time on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. The sports communications office can provide details (706-542-1621).

• MEDIA SERVICES - Complete individual and team statistics, running playby-play and post-game coaches’ quotes are provided to all working media. A pre-game meal is available to working media in the press box approximately 90 minutes before kickoff.

• MONDAY MEDIA CONFERENCE - Coach Smart hosts a weekly media conference at 12:00 noon each Monday before a Saturday game. It is streamed live on georgiadogs.com. Several players are also available for interviews. Details may be obtained from the sports communications office. Press conference notes and quotes will be posted on our website -- georgiadogs.com.

• STADIUM PRESS BOX SMOKE/TOBACCO FREE POLICY - In accordance with University of Georgia policy, the Georgia Athletic Association has declared all areas of Sanford Stadium as smoke/tobacco-free. This also applies to the general campus area.

• PLAYER INTERVIEWS - Players are available for interviews in person if time permits, until after practice on Wednesdays. The best times to visit with players in person are at the Monday media conference and following practice on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. • POST-PRACTICE MEDIA SESSION - Coach Smart hosts a media session on Tuesdays following practice. Quotes and practice notes are posted on georgiadogs.com. • POST-GAME INTERVIEWS - Members of the media desiring to visit either locker room after the game will be escorted by Sports Communications representatives to the playing field with five minutes on the game clock. • PLAYER ROOMS, LOCKER ROOM, WEIGHT ROOM AND TRAINING ROOMS -- Players’ dorm rooms, locker room, weight room, and training room are only open to players, coaches, and staff. • PHOTOGRAPHERS - The University of Georgia follows guidelines established by the NCAA Rules Committee and the SEC regarding sideline control which ensures the sideline as a working area. 1. Each photographer is required to wear a vest at all times. 2. Vests must be secured in the Photo Hospitality Area located in the Lumpkin Media Center in the southeast tunnel. 3. No photographers are permitted in the bench area, on the playing field, or in the 12-foot area between the limit line and sideline after kickoff.

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. N, Birmingham, AL 35203 Switchboard: (205) 458-3000 SEC Media Relations Dept.: (205) 458-3010; Fax 205-458-3030

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SEC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Herb Vincent.......................Associate Commissioner for Communications Chuck Dunlap.................................................Director of Communications Craig Pinkerton...............................................Director of Communications Tammy Wilson................................................Director of Communications Ben Beaty........................................ Assistant Director of Communications Jill Skotarczak................................. Assistant Director of Communications Ann Drinkard............................. Digital Media/Communications Assistant The Southeastern Conference provides a variety of media services during the Fall. Take advantage of the following: • Weekly Coaches Teleconference - The SEC coaches are featured on a weekly teleconference every Wednesday during the regular season. Media representatives interested in participating in the teleconference should contact the SEC Media Relations office (205) 458-3000 for details.

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• PHOTOGRAPHERS’ HOSPITALITY AREA - A photographers’ hospitality area is located in the Lumpkin Media Center on field level in the southeast tunnel. A full pre-game meal will be served in this area to all photographers approximately 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Vests must also be picked up at this location. Internet hookups, wireless internet and phones are available in this area. • PRESS BOX - The Dan Magill Press Box is located in the South Side Club level of Sanford Stadium. Best entrances to the press box are through Gates 6 or 9A.

• TELEPHONES/INTERNET - The Georgia Press Box and Photographers’ Media Center are equipped with hard-wired internet connections, wireless internet, and telephones for use by the media at no charge. • INTERNET/PHONE SERVICE AT GEORGIA-FLORIDA GAME Wireless service will be provided free of charge in the press box. Please check your gameday information packets for access and technical information. A technical rep will be on hand during the game to trouble shoot any wireless problems you may have. There will be five pool phones available in the press box. To order a line please call Jason Morrill at (904) 633-6125 (jmorrill@smgjax.com). • FTP FEEDS All Georgia games are televised live by a national network. Post game sound bites from the Georgia locker room will be posted on our FTP site after every home game as quickly as possible. The Monday FTP service will feature practice footage and interviews with Coach Smart and players. FTP information and schedules can be secured from Kim Vachon in the sports communications office (kvachon@sports.uga.edu). www.collegepressbox.com is the official media website for Division I football. Access and download weekly game notes, quotes, statistics, media guides, headshots, logos and more for each conference and its member schools. Login information to accredited media can be applied for by sending an e-mail to: password@collegepressbox.com.

• SEC online - The SEC operates a media-only website at www.secsportsmedia.com, where all football information is available. Media members must register on the site to gain access. • SEC Network - The SEC and ESPN have signed a 20-year agreement through 2034 to operate the multiplatform SEC Network, which airs content 24/7 and includes more than 1,000 live events in its programming schedule. Now in its fourth year, the SEC Network will air approximately 45 football games, over 130 men’s and women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games and events from across the SEC’s 21 sports in 2018-19. • SEC Championship Game - The 2018 SEC Champion will be crowned December 1 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The contest will feature the Eastern and Western Division champions. • College Football Playoff - The 2018 season will mark the fifth College Football Playoff, which will determine the national champion for the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Under the playoff system, four teams -- selected by a 13-member committee -- will play in two semifinal games, with the winners advancing to the Championship Game, played this year at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Jan. 7, 2019.

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ulldog fans can follow their favorite team throughout the 2018 season on the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network from IMG Sports, which will feature one of the nation’s best-known flagship stations, an affiliate list that ranks among the country’s largest, and production supplied by the premier college sports marketing and radio production company in America. IMG provides radio network production for more than 50 major college athletic programs in the SEC and other prominent conferences. Day-to-day management of the network will be overseen through a joint partnership between IMG College, which has handled the sales and marketing of Bulldog sports for the past nine years, and JMI Sports. The network flagship is Atlanta’s News/Talk 750 WSB and 95.5 FM. Additionally, every SEC football game will be carried live on Sirius XM Radio as part of a broadcast & marketing agreement between the SEC and the satellite radio provider.

Scott Howard

The voice of Scott Howard has become synonymous with Georgia athletics. He returns for his 25th season behind the microphone at both Georgia football and basketball games. Howard began his association with Bulldog football as a color analyst alongside the late Larry Munson in the 1993 season. In 2007 he broadcasted play-byplay action in all of Georgia's road football games, and the next season he became the program's primary radio voice by the third game. Howard has served as the Georgia basketball team's primary play-byplay reporter since the 1997 season. A 1984 UGA graduate, he also announced Georgia baseball games from 1990-96.

Eric Zeier

2018 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network by IMG Sports crew: (Left to Right): Loran Smith (co-host, Tailgate Show), Neil Williamson (co-host, Tailgate Show, halftime features), Chuck Dowdle (sideline reporter, Locker Room Show), Jay Black (statistician), Scott Howard (play-byplay), Eric Zeier (color analyst) and Tony Schiavone (engineer). Not pictured: Jeff Dantzler, Kevin Butler (Dawg Talk Pre-Game Show and Bulldog Brunch) and Chris Schiavone (spotter).

One of Georgia's greatest quarterbacks ever, Zeier begins his 11th season as a color analyst on the network. By the end of his senior season in 1994, he held 67 school passing records and 18 marks in the Southeastern Conference. Zeier played in the NFL from 1996 to 2001 with the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Tampa Bay Bucs, and Atlanta Falcons. In addition to his broadcasting duties, Zeier is the Southeast Regional Manager for Academy Mortgage Corporation.

Loran Smith

A native of Wrightsville, Ga., Smith continues his long association with the Georgia Network as co-host of the popular pre-game “Tailgate Show.” A former Bulldog MVP and track captain, Smith has had varied responsibilities with the UGA Athletic Association over the years, including assistant sports information director, business manager of athletics and executive director of the Georgia Bulldog Clubs.

Neil Williamson

A UGA graduate and veteran of more than 35 years of sports broadcasting in Georgia, Williamson co-hosts the Network’s “Tailgate Show” with Loran Smith and also hosts halftime and post-game programs. “Hondo” has been part of the Bulldogs broadcast team since 1993. In his everyday job, Williamson is Director of Marketing for Cox Media Group’s Atlanta radio cluster. All-Time Georgia Football Radio Announcers

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Scott Howard Eric Zeier Bob Yongue Larry Munson Scott Howard Jim Koger Ed Thilenius Neil Williamson Bill Munday Jim Wood Dave O'Brien Bill Simpson George Therenger Phil Schaefer Marcus Bartlett Stan Raymond Loran Smith Marcus Bartlett Howard Williamson Bill Munday

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Chuck Dowdle

Longtime TV sports anchor Chuck Dowdle serves not only as the in-game sideline reporter, but also as host of the post-game Locker Room Show. He is also host of the "Inside Georgia Football with Kirby Smart" weekly television show. Dowdle retired in 2009 after 25 years as Sports Director/Anchor at WSB TV in Atlanta. Before returning to his hometown, he served in a similar capacity for WPLG TV in Miami, also announcing Dolphins and University of Miami football games, as well as Fort Lauderdale Strikers pro soccer games.

Tony Schiavone

Entering his 14th year as a member of the UGA Football radio crew, Tony Schiavone is the on-air engineer/ producer. He is currently a contributor for Atlanta radio station 92.9 The Game, as well as the play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves' AAA affiliate in Gwinnett County. Schiavone began his broadcasting career in minor league baseball in Greensboro, N.C., before serving as a TV host in professional wrestling for nearly 20 years. The Virginia native also serves as the on-air engineer for all of Bulldog basketball radio broadcasts.

Jeff Dantzler & Kevin Butler

Longtime UGA broadcaster Jeff Dantzler and Bulldog All-America and College Football Hall of Fame kicker Kevin Butler appear on the airwaves multiple times during each football weekend: Starting four hours prior to kickoff, and airing live from the Tate Center Plaza at home games, the Dawg Talk Pre-Game Show sets the stage for every Bulldog football Saturday. Additionally, Dantzler and Butler co-host the Bulldog Brunch, which airs live from Hilltop Grille in Athens each Sunday morning from 10:00 a.m. to noon after a Georgia football game. The pair review Saturday’s game and take calls from Georgia fans, as well as provide the first preview for next Saturday’s game.

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2018 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network Albany WNUQ FM Americus WISK FM WNGC FM Athens Athens WRFC AM WSB AM Atlanta Atlanta WSBB FM Augusta WGAC FM Augusta WGAC AM Baxley WBYZ FM Brunswick WGIG AM WHFX FM Brunswick Calhoun WJTH AM WJTH FM Calhoun Carrollton WBTR FM WLBB AM Carrollton Chattanooga WGOW FM Clarkesville WCHM AM Claxton WCLA AM Claxton WCLA FM WRWH AM Cleveland Columbus WBOJ FM Columbus WBOJ AM WBLJ AM Dalton Dalton WYYU FM Donalsonville WGMK FM Douglas WDMG FM Dublin WEDB FM Gainesville WXKT FM Greensboro WULK FM Griffin/Thomaston WTGA FM Hartwell WKLY FM Hartwell WKLY AM Jacksonville, Fla. WJXL FM Jacksonville, Fla. WJXL AM Jasper WLJA FM Kingsland WKBX FM Macon WQBZ FM WKZR FM Milledgeville Moultrie WMTM AM Moultrie WMTM FM Newnan WMGP FM Rome WTSH FM WSNT FM Sandersville Savannah WSEG FM Savannah WSEG AM WZBX FM Statesboro Thomasville WPAX AM WPAX FM Tifton WTIF FM WVGA FM Valdosta Vidalia WTCQ FM Waycross WKUB FM WWUF FM Young Harris WJUL FM WJUL AM

102.1 98.7 106.1 960 750 95.5 95.1 580 94.5 1440 107.7 900 101.7 92.1 1330 102.3 1490 1470 93.7 1350 102.5 1270 1230 104.5 106.3 97.9 98.1 103.7 94.7 101.1 104.1 980 92.5 1010 101.1 99.5 106.3 102.3 1300 93.9 98.1 107.1 99.9 104.3 1400 106.5 1240 103.7 107.5 105.9 97.7 105.1 97.7 97.7 1230

Weekly coach’s TV show will air each week during football season, beginning September 2, 2018. It will air on affiliate stations, including WSB TV Atlanta (Sunday nights at 12:00 a.m.).

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Marc Weiszer, Sports ATHENS BANNER HERALD One Press Place, Athens, GA 30603-0912 706-208-2238 marc.weiszer@onlineathens.com @marcweiszer Chip Towers, Sports ATLANTA JOURNAL CONST. 706-247-5590 ctowersajc@yahoo.com @ajcuga Seth Emerson, Sports THE ATHLETIC 301-728-3806 semersonajc@theathletic.com @SethEmerson Sports Editor RED & BLACK 540 Baxter St. Athens, GA 30605 706-433-3040 sports@randb.com @redblacksports Scott Howard, Dir. of Broadcast Op. UGA IMG Sports Network 745 S. Milledge Ave. Athens, GA 30605 706 549 6490, ext. 212 scott.howard@img.com @UGAVoice David Johnston, Sports Director WRFC RADIO (960 the Ref) 1010 Tower Place Bogart, GA 30622 706-549-6222 david.johnston@coxradio.com @djohnstonuga Sports Director WUOG (UGA) RADIO Tate Student Center P.O. Box 2065 Athens, GA 30609 706-542-8481 sports@wuog.org @wuog Anthony Dasher UGAsports.com 1650 Cherokee Road Winterville, GA 30683 (706) 410-5944 rdasher746@msn.com @AnthonyDasher1 Dean Legge, Sports DAWG POST 126 Bordeaux Lane Athens, GA 30605 706-248-3576 dean@dawgpost.com @DAWG_POST Radi Nabulsi UGASports.com / WXIA-TV 164 Sorenson Place Athens, GA 30605 706-372-3051 radi@ugasports.com @RadiNabulsi Jake Rowe Dawgs247 1924 Paynes Point Winder, GA 30680 706-296-9912 jakemrowe@gmail.com @Rowe247

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inners at Notre Dame. Southeastern Conference champions. Rose Bowl champions. Individual national and SEC awards. A berth in the College Football Playoff National Championship … and literally one play away from the title. That is the Reader’s Digest version of the 2017 Georgia Bulldogs, who accomplished all of that and more. And the spoils for such a memorable run? Within days of the title game, the coaches put the finishing touches on the nation’s top recruiting class, and the players were back at work in the meeting rooms, the weight room and on the field, fueled by a desire to prove that 2017 was not happenstance, but rather the start of something special. “I think everybody can see Georgia is a force to be reckoned with,” Coach Kirby Smart said at season’s end. “We’re not going anywhere. … With hard work, good recruiting, good coaches and good players, you give yourself a chance at success.” These preseason drills will be as important as any the Bulldogs will have. As always, there are players to replace and holes to fill. Nick Chubb and Sony Michel completed their careers as two of the most successful tailbacks in both UGA and SEC history as they ran behind a line bolstered by All-America left tackle Isaiah Wynn. Linebackers Roquan Smith, Davin Bellamy and Lorenzo Carter, defensive backs Dominick Sanders and Aaron Davis, and lineman Trenton Thompson paced a unit that ranked sixth nationally in both total defense and scoring defense. But college football is a transitory sport and the coaches concern themselves only with the ones remaining in the fold. The 2018 offense figures to be spearheaded by Jake Fromm, D’Andre Swift, Terry Godwin, Isaac Nauta, among others, and an experienced offensive line. Defensively, veterans Jonathan Ledbetter and Tyler Clark and J.R. Reed and Deandre Baker will be the nucleus, with several younger players seemingly poised to make the necessary rise. “The standard was set by the (2017) seniors,” Smart said. “If we have that kind of leadership, the sky’s the limit. I just hope the younger class doesn’t take it for granted that it just happens.”

QUARTERBACKS

Jake Fromm was pressed into duty after an injury to Jacob Eason during the first game and went on to put together a memorable season. After going 181-of-291 for 2,615 yards and 24 touchdowns and successfully managing the Bulldogs’ offense, Fromm was chosen as a Freshman All-American and as the SEC’s Freshman of the Year. Justin Fields, one of the nation’s most highly rated dual-threat quarterbacks, enrolled early to go through spring drills. Fields garnered five-star status from all recruiting services after rolling up over 6,200 total yards and 70 touchdowns in two years as a prep starter. His performance at the annual G-Day intrasquad game last spring -- 18 of 33 for 207 yards and a TD -- hinted of his capability to guide an offense on the collegiate level. Walk-on John Seter will also compete for playing time in fall camp.

RUNNING BACKS

Nick Chubb and Sony Michel finished their illustrious careers ranked Nos. 2 and 3 on Georgia’s all-time rushing list. A year ago, they combined for more than 2,500 yards and 31 touchdowns. Fortunately, the Bulldogs used a rotation

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After just one season as a wide receiver, junior Mecole Hardman returns as perhaps the Bulldogs’ top offensive playmaker, both as a pass catcher and kick returner.

at tailback last season, meaning there are experienced players ready to fill the void left by Chubb and Michel. D’Andre Swift followed the seniors with 618 yards and three touchdowns with a healthy 7.6-yards-per-carry average to earn Freshman All-SEC honors. Elijah Holyfield and Brian Herrien added 293 and 265 yards, respectively, and a combined three touchdowns. Zamir White, the nation’s No. 1-rated prep prospect at tailback, rushed for 7,169 yards in his high school career before enrolling at UGA in January. Those numbers include 2,086 yards and 34 touchdowns in a senior season cut short by a knee injury, which sidelined him during spring drills. Fellow freshman James Cook will join the competition this fall. The Bulldogs also return special teams ace Prather Hudson, Lofton Tidwell and Ian Donald-McIntyre. The top fullback candidates are Nick Moore and Christian Dufrene.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Despite the loss of leading receiver Javon Wims, the Bulldogs return a wealth of talent and experience. Terry Godwin, whose highlight-reel touchdown catch at Notre Dame helped ignite Georgia’s season, hauled in 38 balls for 639 yards and six scores a year ago. Mecole Hardman made the transition from defensive back and became a reliable receiver with 25 grabs for 418 yards and four touchdowns. Riley Ridley was quiet much of the season but had a strong final game to lift him to 14 catches for 218 yards and two scores. The Bulldogs return additional veterans in Jayson Stanley, Jeremiah Holloman, Tyler Simmons, Ahkil Crumpton and Trey Blount, all of whom have seen action on both offense and special teams. Kearis Jackson, who had more than 1,500 yards and 18 touchdowns receiving his last two years of high school, enrolled early to go through spring workouts. Georgia also has Matt Landers, Tommy Bush, Josh Moran, Willie Erdman, Steven Van Tiflin, Patrick Burke, Ed Ferguson, J.T. Dooley, Wyatt Payne, Reid Tulowitzky, and Patrick Bond at the position.

TIGHT ENDS

The Bulldogs said goodbye to stalwart Jeb Blazevich, but the position remains both deep and seasoned. Isaac Nauta and Charlie Woerner each had nine receptions last year, the former for 114 yards and two touchdowns and the latter for 100 yards. Jackson Harris added a pair of receptions last year as well. Freshmen John FitzPatrick and Luke Ford will join the rotation, while Wix Patton and Mitchell Werntz will provide more depth. Senior defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter started 11 games last season and returns as one of the Bulldogs’ top pass rushers in 2018.

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Roquan Smith had one of the most significant seasons for a Bulldog a year ago when he won the Butkus Award, earned consensus All-America honors and led Georgia with 137 tackles before heading to the NFL. His departure has created an opportunity for other Bulldogs to step up. Natrez Patrick followed Smith with 35 tackles last season. Juwan Taylor, Monty Rice, Tae Crowder and Nate McBride logged most of their snaps on special teams but still combined for 49 stops. Freshmen Channing Tindall and Quay Walker will also throw their hats in the ring this fall.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

Junior PK Rodrigo Blankenship connected on 20 of 23 field-goal attempts in 2017. Five of those came during the College Football Playoff, two of which surpassed 50 yards, including a career-long 55 yarder in the Rose Bowl Game.

draft pick Isaiah Wynn, but there are plenty of options for an offensive line that paved the way for 258 yards rushing, 177 yards passing and 35 points per game a season ago. Lamont Gaillard returns as the line’s anchor at center. Andrew Thomas earned Freshman All-America and All-SEC accolades as a 15-game starter at tackle. By season’s end, Ben Cleveland and Kendall Baker were the starters at guard, with Solomon Kindley additionally boasting starting experience. Georgia also returns Justin Shaffer, Sean Fogarty and Daniel Gothard with experience on the field and in the system. Isaiah Wilson, D’Marcus Hayes and Netori Johnson all redshirted last season and will be in the mix this fall. Highly touted prospects Warren Ericson, Trey Hill and Cade Mays enrolled early to be a part of spring camp. Fellow freshmen Owen Condon and Jamaree Salyer will also join the competition for playing time this fall.

The Bulldogs return lots of depth in the secondary, which will offset the departure of three longtime starters. J.R. Reed and Deandre Baker are Georgia’s leading returners on tackles and interceptions, respectively. Reed picked up 79 tackles while intercepting two passes, while Baker notched three picks to go along with 44 tackles. Tyrique McGhee added 25 stops and an interception a year ago. The Bulldogs also return Richard LeCounte, Jarvis Wilson, Ameer Speed, Deangelo Gibbs, William Poole and converted receiver Mark Webb in the secondary. Tray Bishop, Latavious Brini and Eric Stokes are coming off redshirt campaigns. Freshman Divaad Wilson enrolled early, only to miss spring drills with an injury. He will be joined by fellow freshmen Tyson Campbell, Otis Reese and Christopher Smith in fall camp. Georgia has additional options with Jordon McKinney, KJ Smith, Jake Skole, Isaac Mize, Hugh Nelson and Cameron Moore.

SPECIALISTS

Rodrigo Blankenship became a real weapon for the Bulldogs in 2017. He connected on 20 of 23 field-goal attempts, including two that covered more than 50 yards during the postseason, and scored 123 total points. He also boomed 67 of his 94 kickoffs for touchbacks to set the school record. Brooks Buce proved himself worthy of consideration during spring drills. Marshall Long redshirted last season and will look to regain the form he had in 2016 when he averaged 38.7 yards per punt before being sidelined with an injury. Bill Rubright is another spring option at punter. Landon Stratton, a 3-year starter for Murray State, will join the specialists as a graduate transfer and could contend for the No. 1 job this fall. Highly-rated freshman Jake Camarda could also emerge as a candidate at punter. Fullback Nick Moore is likely the leading candidate at snapper. In 2017, Hardman established himself as Georgia’s top returner, ranking among national leaders in both punt and kickoff returns.

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

Even with the early departure of Trenton Thompson to the NFL, the Bulldogs have veterans up front. At tackle, Tyler Clark was a late-season standout who finished with 41 stops, including six for loss and 2.5 sacks. Jonathan Ledbetter had 38 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, from his end position a year ago, while end David Marshall recorded 26 with 2.5 behind the line. Tackle Julian Rochester had 22 stops, with 2.5 for loss, a year ago. Georgia also returns seasoned linemen in DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle, Malik Herring, Michail Carter, Justin Young and Michael Barnett. Other candidates for playing time include Devonte Wyatt, who spent last season at Hutchinson Community College and went through spring drills, Antonio Poole, signee Jordan Davis and Jay Hayes, a 13-game starter at tackle for Notre Dame last season who will join the Bulldogs as a graduate transfer. Koby Pyrz and Kolby Wyatt provide additional depth for Georgia.

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy left huge shoes to fill, and D’Andre Walker and Walter Grant will lead the candidates attempting to do so. Walker was not a starter a year ago, yet still accounted for 40 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and 5.5 sacks. Grant had nine tackles, but 2.5 of those were behind the line of scrimmage. Keyon Richardson and Jaden Hunter lend a veteran presence as well. Robert Beal showed improvement during his redshirt campaign. Brenton Cox, a five-star prospect who as a senior had 42 tackles (with 9.5 for loss and five sacks), enrolled early to participate in spring practice. Fellow freshmen Adam Anderson and Azeez Ojulari will arrive for preseason workouts.

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Deandre Baker had a team-high nine pass breakups as a junior last season, along with 44 total tackles and three interceptions.

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2018 roster information Alphabetical Roster 56 Adam Anderson, OLB 58 Blake Anderson, OL 18 Deandre Baker, DB 65 Kendall Baker, OT 94 Michael Barnett, DT 33 Robert Beal Jr., LB 12 Tray Bishop, DB 98 Rodrigo Blankenship, PK 14 Trey Blount, WR 37 Patrick Bond, WR 36 Latavious Brini, DB 24 Matthew Brown, OLB 97 Brooks Buce, PK 26 Patrick Burke, WR 76 Michail Carter, DL 52 Tyler Clark, DL 74 Ben Cleveland, OL 75 Owen Condon, OL 6 James Cook, RB 1 Brenton Cox, OLB 30 Tae Crowder, ILB 25 Ahkil Crumpton, WR 99 Jordan Davis, DL 33 Ian Donald-McIntyre, TB 80 J.T. Dooley, WR 17 Matthew Downing, QB 49 Christian Dufrene, FB 48 John Eager, LB 19 Willie Erdman, WR 50 Warren Ericson, OL 30 Ed Ferguson, WR 1 Justin Fields, QB 86 John FitzPatrick, TE 68 Sean Fogarty, OL 11 Jake Fromm, QB 53 Lamont Gaillard, C 8 Deangelo Gibbs, DB 5 Terry Godwin, WR 57 Daniel Gothard, OL 84 Walter Grant, LB 4 Mecole Hardman, WR 88 Jackson Harris, TE 96 DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle, DT 78 D’Marcus Hayes, OL 7 Jay Hayes, DL 56 Palmer Henderson, SN 35 Brian Herrien, TB 10 Malik Herring, DL 46 Cameron Hill, CB 59 Robert Hill, SN 55 Trey Hill, OL 9 Jeremiah Holloman, WR 13 Elijah Holyfield, TB 24 Prather Hudson, TB 88 Jaden Hunter, LB 10 Kearis Jackson, WR 32 Jaylen Johnson, WR 72 Netori Johnson, OL 36 Garrett Jones, RB 66 Solomon Kindley, OL 15 Matt Landers, WR 2 Richard LeCounte, DB 13 Jonathan Ledbetter, DE 95 Marshall Long, P 51 David Marshall, DE 77 Cade Mays, OT 22 Nate McBride, LB 26 Tyrique McGhee, DB 37 Jordon McKinney, DB 44 Peyton Mercer, TE 55 Miles Miccichi, ILB 43 Isaac Mize, DB 85 Cameron Moore, DB 43 Nick Moore, FB 17 Josh Moran, WR 18 Isaac Nauta, TE 39 Hugh Nelson, DB

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No. Name 1 Brenton Cox 1 Justin Fields 2 Jayson Stanley 2 Richard LeCounte 3 Zamir White 3 Tyson Campbell 4 Mecole Hardman 4 Mason Wood 5 Terry Godwin 5 Julian Rochester 6 Natrez Patrick 6 James Cook 7 D’Andre Swift 7 Jay Hayes 8 Riley Ridley 8 Deangelo Gibbs 9 Jeremiah Holloman 9 Ameer Speed 10 Malik Herring 10 Kearis Jackson 11 Keyon Richardson 11 Jake Fromm 12 Tray Bishop 12 Tommy Bush 13 Elijah Holyfield 13 Jonathan Ledbetter 14 Trey Blount 15 Matt Landers 15 D’Andre Walker 16 Demetris Robertson 16 John Seter 16 Divaad Wilson 17 Matthew Downing 17 Otis Reese 17 Josh Moran 18 Deandre Baker 18 Isaac Nauta 19 Willie Erdman 19 Jarvis Wilson 20 J.R. Reed 22 Nate McBride 23 Mark Webb 24 Prather Hudson 24 Matthew Brown 25 Ahkil Crumpton 25 Quay Walker 26 Patrick Burke 26 Tyrique McGhee 27 Eric Stokes 29 Christopher Smith 29 Lofton Tidwell 30 Tae Crowder 30 Ed Ferguson 31 William Poole 31 Reid Tulowitzky 32 Monty Rice 32 Jaylen Johnson 33 Robert Beal Jr. 33 Ian Donald-McIntyre 35 Brian Herrien 36 Latavious Brini 36 Garrett Jones 37 Patrick Bond

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Hometown Previous School Dalton, Ga. Dalton Marietta, Ga. Marietta HS Powder Springs, Ga. Hillgrove Columbia, S.C. Spring Valley HS Roswell, Ga. Blessed Trinity Brookhaven. Ga. Marist Gainesville, Ga. Clemson Snellville, Ga. Brookwood Hollywood, Fla. Hallandale Twin City, Ga. Emanuel County Institute Carterville, Ill. Carterville HS Mableton, Ga. Woodberry Forest Suwanee, Ga. North Gwinnett Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta State Auburn, Ga. Georgia Gwinnett College Cairo, Ga. Cairo Suwanee, Ga. North Gwinnett Thomaston, Ga. Upson-­­­Lee Americus, Ga. Americus-Sumter Fayetteville, N.C. Pine Forest Ellenwood, Ga. Cedar Grove Warner Robins, Ga. Houston County Atlanta, Ga. Lakeside Rome, Ga. Rome HS Valdosta, Ga. Lowndes Dunwoody, Ga. Dunwoody Alpharetta, Ga. West Forsyth Raleigh, N.C. Tulsa Roswell, Ga. Milton Atlanta, Ga. Marist School Jacksonville, Fla. Raines Savannah, Ga. Savannah State Atlanta, Ga. Pace Academy Lithonia, Ga. Pace Academy Ellenwood, Ga. Cedar Grove Toccoa, Ga. Stephens County Oklahoma City, Okla. Bishop McGuinness HS Jackson, Ga. Jackson Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville Catholic Madison, Miss. Gulf Coast CC Brooklyn, N.Y. Poly Prep Country Day Dallas, Texas Highland Park Saginaw, Mich. Heritage Peachtree City, Ga. Landmark Christian Cairo, Ga. Cairo Dublin, Ga. Trinity Christian Alpharetta, Ga. Cambridge Atlanta, Ga. The Marist School Powder Springs, Ga. McEachern Columbia, Tenn. Columbia Central Atlanta, Ga. Westlake Tiger, Ga. Rabun County Norcross, Ga. Norcross HS Snellville, Ga. Shiloh Russellville, Ky. Murray State Loganville, Ga. Grayson Milledgeville, Ga. Georgia Military College Atlanta, Ga. Marist Dorchester, S.C. Woodland China Grove, N.C. South Rowan Decatur, Ga. Hutchinson CC Atlanta, Ga. Westlake St. Simons Island, Ga. Glynn Academy Norcross, Ga. Greater Atlanta Christian Marietta, Ga. Sprayberry Charlotte, N.C. Mallard Creek HS

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STARTERS RETURNING LG RG C OT WR QB TE WR

OFFENSE (8) 65 Kendall Baker, 6-6, 305, Sr., Atlanta, Ga., 14 career starts 74 Ben Cleveland, 6-6, 340, RSo., Toccoa, Ga., 5 career starts 53 Lamont Gaillard, 6-2, 308, Sr., Fayetteville, N.C., 28 career starts 71 Andrew Thomas, 6-5, 320, So., Lithonia, Ga., 15 career starts 5 Terry Godwin, 5-11, 185, Sr., Hogansville, Ga., 27 career starts 11 Jake Fromm, 6-2, 25, So., Warner Robins, Ga., 14 career starts 18 Isaac Nauta, 6-4, 240, Jr., Buford, Ga., 14 career starts 8 Riley Ridley, 6-2, 200, Jr., Coconut Creek, Fla., 7 career starts

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DEFENSE (4) 52 Tyler Clark, 6-4, 300, Jr., Americus, Ga., 12 career starts 13 Jonathan Ledbetter, 6-4, 277, Sr., Tucker, Ga., 15 career starts 18 Deandre Baker, 5-11, 185, Sr., Miami, Fla., 21 career starts 20 J.R. Reed, 6-1, 194, Jr., Frisco, Texas, 15 career starts

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SPECIALISTS (1) 98 Rodrigo Blankenship, 6-1, 191, Jr., Marietta, Ga., 26 career starts

STARTERS LOST OFFENSE (3) OT 77 Isaiah Wynn, 6-2, 302, Sr., St. Petersburg, Fla., 41 career starts RB 27 Nick Chubb, 5-10, 228, Sr., Cedartown, Ga., 40 career starts WR 6 Javon Wims, 6-4, 215, Sr., Miami, Fla., 17 career starts

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DEFENSE (7) 3 Roquan Smith, 6-1, 225, Jr., Montezuma, Ga., 25 career starts 14 Malkom Parrish, 5-10, 185, Sr., Quitman, Ga., 30 career starts 97 John Atkins, 6-4, 308, Sr., Thomson, Ga., 26 career starts 17 Davin Bellamy, 6-5, 240, Sr., Chamblee, Ga., 27 career starts 7 Lorenzo Carter, 6-6, 242, Sr., Norcross, Ga., 26 career starts 24 Dominick Sanders, 6-0, 193, Sr., Tucker, Ga., 53 career starts 35 Aaron Davis, 6-1, 189, Sr., Locust Grove, Ga., 45 career starts

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SPECIALISTS (3) 69 Trent Frix, 6-0, 215, Sr., Calhoun, Ga., 43 career starts 92 Cameron Nizialek, 6-2, 200, Gr., Chantilly, Va., 15 career starts 12 Brice Ramsey, 6-3, 210, Sr., Kingsland, Ga., 0 career starts

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RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING 7 D’Andre Swift, RB 618 yards on 81 att., 7.6 avg., 3 TD, 71 long 13 Elijah Holyfield, RB 293 yards on 50 att., 5.9 avg., 2 TD, 39 long 35 Brian Herrien, TB 265 yards on 61 att., 4.3 avg., 1 TD, 30 long PASSING 11 Jake Fromm, QB 181x291, 2615 yards, 24 TD, 7 INT, 160.09 eff. RECEIVING 5 Terry Godwin, WR 38 rec., 639 yards, 6 TD, 59 long 4 Mecole Hardman, WR 25 rec., 418 yards, 4 TD, 80 long 7 Sony Michel, RB 17 rec., 153 yards, 1 TD, 39 long ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 4 Mecole Hardman, WR 1255 yards (776 ret., 418 rec., 61 rush) 7 D’Andre Swift, RB 771 yards (618 rush, 153 rec.) 5 Terry Godwin, WR 641 yards (639 rec., 2 ret.) TACKLES 20 J.R. Reed, DB 79 total tackles (40 solo, 39 asts.), 5.0 TFL, 2 INT 18 Deandre Baker, DB 44 total tackles (30 solo, 14 asts.), 3 INT, 9 PBU 52 Tyler Clark, DT 41 total tackles (18 solo, 23 asts.), 6.0 TFL, 2.4 Sks 15 D’Andre Walker, OLB 40 total tackles (26 solo, 14 asts.), 13.5 TFL, 5.5 Sks

LETTERMEN RETURNING (51)

OFFENSE (23) - OL Kendall Baker, WR Trey Blount, OL Ben Cleveland, WR Ahkil Crumpton, OL Sean Fogarty, OG Lamont Gaillard, WR Terry Godwin, TE Jackson Harris, TB Brian Herrien, WR Jeremiah Holloman, TB Elijah Holyfield, RB Prather Hudson, OL Solomon Kindley, TE Isaac Nauta, WR Riley Ridley, OL Justin Shaffer, WR Tyler Simmons, WR Jayson Stanley, RB D’Andre Swift, OL Andrew Thomas, WR Javon Wims, TE Charlie Woerner, . DEFENSE (26) - CB Deandre Baker, DL Michael Barnett, DE Michail Carter, DT Tyler Clark, LB Tae Crowder, DB Deangelo Gibbs, LB Walter Grant, DT DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle, DL Malik Herring, DB Richard LeCounte, DE Jonathan Ledbetter, DE David Marshall, LB Nate McBride, CB Tyrique McGhee, ILB Natrez Patrick, DB William Poole, DB J.R. Reed, LB Monty Rice, LB Keyon Richardson, DT Julian Rochester, DB Ameer Speed, OLB Juwan Taylor, OLB D’Andre Walker, DB Mark Webb, S Jarvis Wilson, DE Justin Young SPECIALISTS (2) - PK Rodrigo Blankenship, SN Nick Moore

LETTERMEN LOST (37)

OFFENSE (18) - OL Pat Allen, TE Jeb Blazevich, OL Aulden Bynum, WR Michael Chigbu, RB Nick Chubb, TE Jordan Davis, QB Jacob Eason, RB Turner Fortin, RB Jacob Gross, OL Carson Hall, TE Miles McGinty, RB Sony Michel, FB Christian Payne, QB Brice Ramsey, OL Dyshon Sims, OL Thomas Swilley, WR Javon Wims, OL Isaiah Wynn DEFENSE (13) - DL John Atkins, OLB Davin Bellamy, OLB Lorenzo Carter, ILB Reggie Carter, S Aaron Davis, DL Alex Essex, LB Daniel Harper, DB Tim Hill, DB Malkom Parrish, LB Rashad Roundtree, S Dominick Sanders, LB Roquan Smith, DL Trenton Thompson SPECIALISTS (6) - SN John Courson, SN Trent Frix, SN Matthew Herzwurm, PK David Marvin, P/H Cameron Nizialek, P Brice Ramsey

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2018 Georgia Schedule

Sept. 1 Austin Peay State (ESPN) 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at *South Carolina (CBS) 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Middle Tennessee (ESPN2) 7:15 p.m. Sept. 22 at *Missouri TBA Sept. 29 *Tennessee TBA Oct. 6 *Vanderbilt TBA TBA Oct. 13 at *LSU Oct. 27 vs. ^*Florida (CBS) 3:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 3 at *Kentucky Nov. 10 *Auburn TBA Nov. 17 Massachusetts TBA TBA Nov. 24 Georgia Tech *SEC games; ^EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.)

A Look At The 2018 Slate

League contests at home against Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Auburn -- as well as the program’s first game at LSU in 10 years -- highlight the 2018 football schedule. All four of Georgia’s true road games will be in SEC play, with trips to South Carolina, Missouri, LSU and Kentucky. The Bulldogs’ annual neutral-field matchup with Florida in Jacksonville will be on Oct. 27. LSU will replace Mississippi State as UGA’s rotating Western Division opponent, marking the first game between these two programs since 2013, and Georgia’s first trip to Baton Rouge since 2008. In the 2013 Georgia-LSU showdown, quarterback Aaron Murray connected for four touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs past the Tigers 44-41. During the 2008 matchup, quarterback Matthew Stafford had a pair of touchdown passes, All-Pro receiver A.J. Green snagged a score and Knowshon Moreno scampered for 163 yards and a touchdown. Georgia will kick off the 2018 season with a home contest Sept. 1 against Austin Peay, the first-ever meeting between the two schools. Other non-conference matchups in Athens include Middle Tennessee State on Sept. 15, Nov. 17 against Massachusetts and the regular season-ending rivalry game vs. Georgia Tech. Georgia’s agreement to play UMass in football also included a home-and-home series in men’s basketball. The Bulldogs lost to the Minutemen 72-62 in Amherst, Mass., in December 2017. The two hoops programs will play in Athens during the 2018-19 season.

2017 Georgia Results

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Jan. 1 Jan. 8

Appalachian State (ESPN) W, 31-10 @ #24 Notre Dame (NBC) W, 20-19 Samford (SECN ALT) W, 42-14 #17 *Miss. State (ESPN) W, 31-3 @ *Tennessee (CBS) W, 41-0 @ *Vanderbilt (ESPN) W, 45-14 *Missouri (SECN) W, 53-28 vs. ^*Florida (CBS) W, 42-7 *South Carolina (CBS) W, 24-10 @ #10 *Auburn (CBS) L, 40-17 *Kentucky (CBS) W, 42-13 @ Georgia Tech (ABC) W, 38-7 $#4 Auburn (CBS) W, 28-7 !#2 Oklahoma (ESPN) W, 54-48 2ot +#4 Alabama (ESPN) L, 26-23 ot

*SEC game; ^EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.) $SEC Championship Game - Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta) !CFP Semifinal: Rose Bowl - Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, Calif.) +CFP National Championship - Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)

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2018 Bulldog Storylines Year Three Of The Smart Era

Georgia enters the 2018 season looking to make a return trip to the College Football Playoff and continue the trend of the runner-up finisher winning the following year. In 2015, Alabama beat Clemson for the national title and then in 2016, the Tigers topped the Tide. Last year, Alabama returned to the National Championship and beat Georgia for its latest crown. The Bulldogs welcome back 51 lettermen, including eight on offense and four on defense who ended the year in starting roles. On special teams, Georgia also returns its scoring leader in junior PK Rodrigo Blankenship along with its top punt/kickoff returner in junior Mecole Hardman.

Bulldogs Welcome Three New Coaches

Teams have now been given the opportunity to have a 10th full-time coach and the Bulldogs also filled two additional vacancies with Kevin Sherrer heading to Tennessee to become defensive coordinator and Shane Beamer leaving to work with Oklahoma. Georgia added Cortez Hankton on the offensive side of the ball and Dan Lanning on the defensive side. Hankton comes to the Bulldogs after serving as the Vanderbilt receivers coach while Lanning was Memphis’ inside linebackers coach. Scott Fountain will be the additional on-field coach focusing on special teams after serving as the special teams analyst in 2017. Head coach Kirby Smart is going into his third year with Georgia, as well as Mel Tucker (defensive coordinator/secondary), Jim Chaney (offensive coordinator/TEs), Sam Pittman (OL), James Coley (co-offensive coord./QBs), Glenn Schumann (ILBs) and Dell McGee (Asst. HC / RBs). Tray Scott (DL) begins his second year with the Bulldogs.

Replacing Record-Setting Tailback Tandem

Nick Chubb and Sony Michel opted to stay for their senior seasons in 2017 and helped lead the Bulldogs to an SEC title, a Rose Bowl Game victory and an appearance in the College Football Playoff National Championship. They combined for 8,407 yards rushing and 77 rushing touchdowns during their four years at Georgia. Now, the Bulldogs will rely on their three returning backs in sophomore D’Andre Swift and juniors Brian Herrien and Elijah Holyfield. Swift was named to the 2017 All-SEC Freshman Team after leading the returners with 618 yards and three touchdowns. In addition, early enrollee Zamir White, who rehabbed all spring following a fall knee injury, and fellow freshman James Cook are expected to compete for playing time.

Defense Aiming To Stay At Elite Level

Georgia had one of the nation’s top defenses led by Butkus Award winner and SEC Defensive Player of the Year Roquan Smith. The Bulldogs will turn to a number of experienced veterans this fall, including returning starters DB Deandre Baker, DB J.R. Reed, DL Tyler Clark and DE Jonathan Ledbetter, in an attempt to stay one of the SEC and nation’s best units.

Staff Hauls In Top-Rated Recruiting Class Georgia finished with the country’s top-ranked recruiting class for 2018, signing 26 prospects

during a pair of signing periods in December and February. The Bulldog class included five-star signees Justin Fields (QB) and Brenton Cox (OLB), who both enrolled in January.

Nine Early Enrollees Join The Bulldogs

Nine early enrollees started school in January and got early exposure to life as collegiate student-athletes. QB Justin Fields (Kennesaw, Ga.), RB Zamir White (Laurinburg, N.C.), OL Trey Hill (Warner Robins, Ga.), WR Kearis Jackson (Fort Valley, Ga.), OT Cade Mays (Knoxville, Tenn.), OL Warren Ericson (Suwanee, Ga.), OLB Brenton Cox (Stockbridge, Ga.), DL Devonte Wyatt (Decatur, Ga.) and DB Divaad Wilson (Miami, Fla.) make up a portion of the Bulldogs’ topranked 2018 national signing class.

Lettermen, Starters Return From 13-2 Bulldog Team

In addition to junior PK Rodrigo Blankenship, the Bulldogs return eight offensive starters and four on defense. Sophomore QB Jake Fromm is back after going 12-2 as a starter. Unlike last year, the Bulldogs return four of five starting linemen, including two-year starter Lamont Gaillard at C and 2017 Freshman All-American OT Andrew Thomas. Georgia will be without last year’s leading receiver Javon Wims, but senior Terry Godwin and juniors Mecole Hardman and Riley Ridley, among others, do return. The Bulldogs will also feature returning tight ends Isaac Nauta, Charlie Woerner and Jackson Harris to complement the running backs listed in the above box. The leading tackler the last two seasons has departed in Roquan Smith, who was the eighth overall pick by the Bears, and four starters remain from last year’s unit. Senior Deandre Baker and junior J.R. Reed will anchor the backfield while senior Jonathan Ledbetter and junior Tyler Clark will join a host of returning lettermen on the front line. Junior D’Andre Walker, sophomores Monty Rice, Nate McBride and Walter Grant are expected to earn growing roles at the ILB and OLB spots.

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OFFENSE Dogs Piled Up The Points In 2017

* Georgia averaged 35.4 points/game in 2017. The Bulldogs tallied 67 touchdowns on the year. Returning PK Rodrigo Blankenship led the team with 123 points, including 63 PATs and 20 field goals. * The Bulldogs ranked fourth nationally in Red Zone Offense, going 53-for-55, including 39 touchdowns, last year. * QB Jake Fromm, the 2017 SEC Freshman of the Year, was 12-2 as a starter. He accounted for 27 touchdowns, one shy of the UGA record by a freshman set by Aaron Murray in 2010. * Fromm became only the seventh true freshman Bulldog quarterback to start a game, including just the second to do it on the road in his first start. Fromm joined Eric Zeier (1991) as the only true freshmen to have their first career start on the road. * Fromm has led his team to two comebacks when trailing at the half. One of Georgia’s signature wins came with his Rose Bowl Game performance after the Bulldogs trailed 31-17 at the half and rallied to a 54-48 win in double overtime. Georgia trailed 45-38 with 3:22 remaining in the game before Fromm directed a game-tying drive. * Fromm’s first career start came at #24 Notre Dame. Trailing 19-17 with 6:47 left in the contest, Fromm directed a nine play, 63-yard drive to set up the go-ahead field goal. He was 3-for-4 for 45 yards during the drive.

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*ASU 15 10 1 0 143 0 168.7 @ #24 ND (W) 29 16 1 1 141 2 100.5 SU (W) 13 8 3 0 165 0 244.3 #17 MSU (W) 12 9 2 0 201 0 270.7 @ UT (W) 15 7 1 1 84 2 102.4 @ VU (W) 11 7 2 0 102 1 201.5 MU (W) 26 18 2 1 326 1 192.2 vs. UF (W) 7 4 1 1 101 0 196.9 USC (W) 22 16 2 0 196 1 177.6 @ #10 Auburn (L) 28 13 1 0 184 4 113.4 UK (W) 14 9 1 1 123 1 147.4 @ GT (W) 16 12 2 0 224 0 233.8 SECCG -#2 AU (W) 22 16 2 0 183 2 172.6 ROSE - #2 OU (W) 29 20 2 0 210 2 152.6 CFP NC - #4 UA (L) 32 16 1 2 232 4 108.7 TOTAL 291 181 24 7 2,615 20 160.1 *Jacob Eason started in the opener and was injured on the Bulldogs’ third series

A Look At The Line

* The Bulldogs return four of five starters on the offensive line, including Freshman All-American RT Andrew Thomas. Thomas is joined by rising seniors C Lamont Gaillard and LG Kendall Baker as well as redshirt sophomore RG Ben Cleveland. * Georgia established school records with 3,876 rushing yards and 42 rushing touchdowns in 2017.

Array Of Targets Return

* The Bulldogs return six of their top seven receivers from last season, including senior Terry Godwin and junior Mecole Hardman. Godwin was second on the team with 38 catches for 639 yards and six scores while Hardman snagged 25 catches for 418 yards and four touchdowns, including an 80-yard touchdown versus Alabama in the National Championship Game. * Georgia will be looking to replace its leading receiver in Chicago Bears pick Javon Wims, who finished with 45 receptions for 720 yards and seven scores. * Two of their top six returning receivers are tight ends and there is also a third returner at that position with significant experience. Junior Isaac Nauta started nine games in 2017 and led the corps with nine catches for 114 yards and a pair of touchdowns while junior Charlie Woerner hauled in nine receptions for 100 yards in his second season. Senior Jackson Harris has also played in 39 games in his Bulldog career.

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Looking For Leaders At LB

* Junior ILB Roquan Smith, who the Bears selected eighth overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, led a seasoned linebacker lineup last season as he was named the Butkus Award winner and the SEC Defensive Player of the Year after recording a 137 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. He was joined by outside linebackers Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy, who combined for 95 stops and 9.5 sacks in 2017. Carter was selected by the N.Y. Giants during the draft while Bellamy signed an initial free agent deal with the Houston Texans. * Also losing ILB Reggie Carter to graduation, the Bulldogs will turn to senior OLB D’Andre Walker, who played in all 15 games on defense and special teams and finished with 40 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. Sophomore Walter Grant also played in 13 games last year and finished with nine stops, including 2.5 tackles for loss from an OLB spot. * 2018 sophomores Monty Rice and Nate McBride, junior Tae Crowder and senior Juwan Taylor are expected to battle for playing time at the ILB spots.

Returning Starters Headline Defensive Line Group

* Veterans Tyler Clark and Jonathan Ledbetter anchor a defensive line that lost 2017 senior John Atkins and junior Trenton Thompson, who are both pursuing NFL careers. * Clark led the front in the Rose Bowl Game win over #2 Oklahoma with five stops, including a sack and two tackles for loss. Clark was tops among all interior linemen with 41 stops. Ledbetter was next on the list with 38 tackles. * Other returning lettermen expected to contribute on the line are senior DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle, juniors David Marshall, Julian Rochester, Michail Carter, Justin Young, Michael Barnett and sophomore Malik Herring.

Reed, Baker Back To Lead Defensive Backfield

* Georgia welcomes back junior J.R. Reed, a 2017 All-SEC Second Team selection. He ranked second on the team with 79 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. * The Bulldogs must replace the veteran trio of Dominick Sanders, Aaron Davis and Malkom Parrish. Sanders finished his career as the school record holder for interceptions (16) and was second in the SEC with career INT return yards (381). * Senior DB Deandre Baker also started 14 games last year and returns after registering 44 tackles and three interceptions, which was second on the team behind Sanders’ four last year.

Busy Season For Blankenship

* With one of the nation’s top 20 offenses scoring 35.4 points/game, PK Rodrigo Blankenship was busy last year, booming 94 kickoffs, 63 PATs and 20 field goals, including a 51 yarder in overtime of the National Championship Game. * Blankenship set a Rose Bowl Game record by drilling a career-long 55-yard field goal during the 2OT win over #2 Oklahoma. His performance included a 38-yard FG in overtime. * He was a 2017 Groza Award semifinalist. * Last year, 67 of his kickoffs were touchbacks, which was a new school record. The old mark was by Kevin Butler (51 in 1981).

CarEer HighS For blankenship Points: 17 (MU17; 4FG, 5PAT) PATs: 6 (VU17, UF17, OU18) FG Att: 5 (LA16) FG Made: 4 (UK16, MU17) FG Long: 55 (OU18) KO: 10 (MU17) KO Yards: 635 (MU17)

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First-Time Starters In 2017

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The Bulldogs had 17 first-time starters in 2017. ASU: Andrew Thomas (RT), Tyler Clark (DL), J.R. Reed (DB), Pat Allen (LG); #24 ND: Kendall Baker (LG), Mecole Hardman (WR), Jake Fromm (QB), Richard LeCounte (DB); SU: Solomon Kindley (RG), Tyrique McGhee (DB); UT: Riley Ridley (WR); VU: Juwan Taylor (ILB); MU: Monty Rice (ILB); AU: D’Andre Swift (TB); UK: Ben Cleveland (RG); SECCG: Elijah Holyfield (TB); Trey Blount (WR)

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Pat Allen, LG 1 0 RS n/a n/a 1 14 0 0 RS n/a 14 14 Kendall Baker, LG Jeb Blazevich, TE 5 11 12 10 n/a 38 Trey Blount, WR 1 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 Aulden Bynum, TE/OL 1 2 1 0 RS 4 Michael Chigbu, WR - 6 0 n/a n/a 6 15 11 6/inj 8 n/a 40 23 Nick Chubb, TB Ben Cleveland, RG 5 RS n/a n/a n/a 5 5 Jacob Eason, QB 1 12 n/a n/a n/a 13 Jake Fromm, QB 14 n/a n/a n/a n/a 14 14 Lamont Gaillard, C 15 13 0 RS n/a 28 28 27 2 Terry Godwin, WR 14 4 9 n/a n/a Mecole Hardman, WR 1 0 n/a n/a n/a 1 Jackson Harris, TE 1 1 1 n/a n/a 2 Elijah Holyfield, TB 1 0 n/a n/a n/a 1 Solomon Kindley, RG 7 RS n/a n/a n/a 7 2 2 6 1 n/a 11 1 Sony Michel, TB Isaac Nauta, TE 9 5 n/a n/a n/a 13 Christian Payne, FB - 6 0 1 n/a 7 Riley Ridley, WR 7 0 n/a n/a n/a 6 2 Dyshon Sims, OG 4 2 1 0 n/a 7 1 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 D’Andre Swift, TB Jayson Stanley, WR 1 5 0 n/a n/a 5 Andrew Thomas, RT 15 n/a n/a n/a n/a 15 15 Javon Wims, WR 14 3 n/a n/a n/a 17 2 Charlie Woerner, TE 1 2 n/a n/a n/a 3 14 12 13 1 n/a 40 16 Isaiah Wynn, OT

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John Atkins, DT Deandre Baker, DB Davin Bellamy, OLB Lorenzo Carter, OLB Reggie Carter, ILB Tyler Clark, DL Aaron Davis, FS D. Hawkins-Muckle, DT Richard LeCounte, DB Jonathan Ledbetter, DT 11 David Marshall, DE Tyrique McGhee, DB Malkom Parrish, CB Natrez Patrick, ILB J.R. Reed, DB Monty Rice, ILB Julian Rochester, DL Dominick Sanders, CB Roquan Smith, ILB Juwan Taylor, ILB Trenton Thompson, DT

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The True Freshman Experience

In 2017, 16 true freshmen played for the Bulldogs. Andrew Thomas started at RT becoming the first true freshman OL to start since John Theus in 2012.

Bulldog Captains In 2017 ASU: Roquan Smith, Nick Chubb, Isaiah Wynn ND: Sony Michel, Lorenzo Carter, Dominick Sanders SU: Jeb Blazevich, John Atkins, Aaron Davis MSU: L. Carter, Terry Godwin, Christian Payne UT: N. Chubb, I. Wynn, R. Smith VU: S. Michel, Davin Bellamy, D. Sanders MU: J. Atkins, A. Davis, T. Godwin UF: R. Smith, S. Michel, I. Wynn USC: Reggie Carter, N.Chubb, D. Bellamy AU: S. Michel, T. Godwin, L. Carter UK: R. Smith, N. Chubb, A. Davis GT: R. Smith, D. Sanders, S. Michel SECCG (AU): R. Smith, S. Michel, N. Chubb *The permanent team captains named Dec. 3 were Roquan Smith, Sony Michel, Nick Chubb and Isaiah Wynn and they served as captains for the Rose Bowl Game and CFP NC.

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Jim Chaney, 3rd season...................................................... Off. Coord. / Tight Ends Mel Tucker, 3rd season..................................................... .Def. Coord. / Secondary James Coley, 3rd season.........................Co-Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Scott Fountain, 1st season..............................................Special Teams Coordinator Cortez Hankton, 1st season..............................................................Wide Receivers Dan Lanning, 1st season........................................................ ..Outside Linebackers Dell McGee, 3rd season............................. Assistant Head Coach / Running Backs Sam Pittman, 3rd season................................................................... Offensive Line Glenn Schumann, 3rd season......................................................Inside Linebackers Tray Scott, 2nd season......................................................................Defensive Line Scott Sinclair, 3rd season................................Director of Strength & Conditioning

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App State #24 Notre Dame Samford #17 Miss. State @Tennessee @ Vanderbilt Missouri &Florida South Carolina @ #10 Auburn Kentucky @ Georgia Tech $SECCG ^Rose Bowl $CFP NC Consecutive Career

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App State #24 Notre Dame Sanford #17 Miss. State @Tennessee @ Vanderbilt Missouri &Florida South Carolina @ #10 Auburn Kentucky @ Georgia Tech $SECCG ^Rose Bowl $CFP NC Consecutive Career

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Godwin Wynn Allen Gaillard Sims Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Sims Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Sims Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Kindley Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Cleveland Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Cleveland Thomas Stanley Wynn Baker Gaillard Cleveland Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Cleveland Thomas Godwin Wynn Baker Gaillard Cleveland Thomas 2 17 14 28 5 15 27 41 14 28 5 15

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Ledbetter Ledbetter Ledbetter Ledbetter Ledbetter Rochester Ledbetter Ledbetter Ledbetter Ledbetter Marshall Ledbetter Marshall Ledbetter Marshall 1 7

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Clark Bellamy Patrick Thompson Bellamy Patrick Thompson Bellamy Patrick Clark Bellamy Patrick Thompson Bellamy Patrick Clark Bellamy Taylor Clark Bellamy Rice Clark Bellamy R. Carter Clark Bellamy R. Carter Clark Bellamy R. Carter Clark L. Carter R. Carter Clark L. Carter Patrick Clark L. Carter Patrick Clark L. Carter R. Carter Clark Bellamy R. Carter 10 4 2 12 27 15

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Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith 21 25

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L. Carter LeCounte (DB) L. Carter L. Carter McGhee (DB) L. Carter L. Carter L. Carter Parrish (DB) Parrish (DB) Parrish (DB) Parrish (DB) Baker (DB) Baker (DB) Baker (DB) 3 21

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Nauta Nauta Nauta Nauta Nauta Nauta Nauta Nauta Bynum Woerner Blazevich Michel (TB) Blazevich Nauta Michel (TB) 1 11

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scoring drives 66 TDs by the Offense, 1 by the Defense TD DRIVES TD Play............. Drive 0-10 yards: 28.................. 1 11-20 yards: 11................. 0 21-30 yards: 5................. 5 31-40 yards: 8................. 2 41-50 yards: 5................. 6 51-60 yards: 4................ 10 61-70 yards: 1................ 12 71-80 yards: 4................ 20 81-90 yards: 0................. 8 91-99 yards: 0................. 2 Average: 23.3 yds..........63.9 yds. Shortest: Longest:

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*No Points due to: BFG=Blocked FG; MFG=Missed FG; TO=Turnover; D=Downs; C=Clock Expired (took a knee); P=Punt.

Georgia’s Red Zone Offense

ASU: 4-for-4 (3 TDs, FG) @ #24 ND: 4-for-4 (2 TDs, 2 FGs) SU: 4-for-4 (4 TDs) #17 MSU: 1-for-1 (TD) @ UT: 6-for-6 (4 TDs, 2 FGs) @ VU: 4-for-4 (3 TDs, FG) MU: 6-for-6 (3 TDs, 3 FGs) vs. UF: 2-for-2 (2 TDs) SC: 4-for-5 (3 TDs, FG, TO) @ #10 AU: 2-for-2 (2 TDs) UK: 3-for-3 (3 TDs) @ GT: 4-for-4 (3 TDs, FG) SECCG (#2 AU): 4-for-5 (2 TDs, 2 FGs, D) Rose Bowl (#2 OU): 3-for-3 (3 TDs) CFP NC (#4 BAMA): 2-for-2 (TD, FG)

Opponent’s Red Zone Offense

ASU: 1-for-1 (TD) @ #24 ND: 3-for-3 (TD, 2FGs) SU: 2-for-3 (2 TDs, 1 BFG) #17 MSU: 1-for-3 (FG, D, C) @ UT: 0-for-0 @ VU: 2-for-2 (2 TDs) MU: 1-for-1 (TD) vs. UF: 1-for-2 (D, TD) SC: 2-for-2 (TD, FG) @ #10 AU: 4-for-4 (TD, 3 FGs) UK: 3-for-3 (2 FGs, TD) @ GT: 1-for-1 (TD) SECCG (#2 AU): 1-for-3 (TD, TO, BFG) Rose Bowl (#2 OU): 6-for-7 (4 TDs, 2 FGs, BFG) CFP NC (#4 BAMA): 3-for-5 (2 TDs, FG, 2 MFGs)

NUMBER OF PLAYS ON TD SCORING DRIVES 1: ................................................ 4 2: ................................................ 4 3: ................................................ 7 4: .............................................. 12 5: ................................................ 5 6: .............................................. 12 7: ................................................ 5 8: ................................................ 4 9: ................................................ 2 ................................................ 2 10: ................................................ 6 11: ................................................ 2 12: ................................................ 1 14: Avg:.............................. 6.0 plays

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*In the 2017 season, Georgia finished +4 in Turnover Margin. The Bulldogs forced 20 turnovers and registered 84 points. *Opponents forced 16 turnovers and turned them into 51 points. ASU (W, 31-10): UGA did not create any turnovers; ASU scored 10 pts. off 2 TOs. @ #24 ND (W, 20-19): UGA got no points off 2 turnovers; ND scored 7 pts. off 2 TOs.

*Georgia had 72 plays that covered 25 yards or more while its opponents had 47.

Fewest: 1 (4x; last was 50 yds. in 11 seconds vs. #2 OU)

#17 MSU (W, 31-3): UGA got 10 points off 2 turnovers; MSU got no points off 1 turnover.

Most: 14 (74 yds. in 3:54 @ #10 AU) TD DRIVE POSS. TIMES 0:00-0:30...........................................6 0:31-1:00...........................................1 1:01-2:00.........................................19 2:01-3:00.........................................16 3:01-4:00.........................................14 4:01-5:00...........................................2 5:01-6:00...........................................6 6:01-7:00...........................................2 Average: 2:38 Quickest: 0:10 (1 play, 59 yards vs. MSU) Longest: 6:21 (12 plays, 75 yards vs. UK)

DID YOU KNOW? In the 2017 win over South Carolina, the Bulldogs’ first three scoring drives were all 10 or more plays and they went for 69, 75 and 75 yards. Coming into the matchup with the Gamecocks through their first eight games last season, the Bulldogs had posted only four drives that measured 10 or more plays in its 38 touchdown drives to that point. Kirby Smart is 8-1 in his Bulldog career for night games, including a 4-1 record during the 2017 season.

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SU (W, 42-14): UGA got 7 points off 1 turnover; SU scored no points off 1 TO.

@ UT (W, 41-0): UGA got 10 points off 4 turnovers; UT got no points off 1 turnover. @ VU (W, 45-14): UGA did not create any turnovers; VU got 7 points off 1 turnover. MU (W, 53-28): UGA got 7 points off 1 turnover; MU got 7 points off 1 turnover. vs. UF (W, 42-7): UGA got 14 points off 2 turnovers; UF got no points off 1 turnover. USC (W, 24-10): UGA got no points off 2 turnovers; USC got no points off 1 turnover. @ #10 AU (L, 40-17): UGA did not create any turnovers; AU got 7 points off 1 turnover. UK (W, 42-13): UGA got 7 points off 1 turnover; UK got 3 points off 1 turnover. GT (W, 38-7): UGA got 7 points off 1 turnover; GT did not create any turnovers. SECCG vs. #2 AU (W, 28-7): UGA got 15 points off 2 turnovers; AU did not create any turnovers. ROSE vs. #2 OU (W, 54-48 2ot): UGA got 7 points off 1 turnover; OU got 7 points off 1 turnover. CFP NC vs. #4 BAMA (L, 26-23 ot): UGA got no points off 1 turnover; BAMA got 3 points off 2 turnovers.

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GAME 1: #15 Georgia vs. App State UGA: 3 plays; Longest: 44-yd. rush (Michel) ASU: 3 plays; Longest: 32-yd. rush (Lamb) GAME 2: #15 Georgia @ #24 Notre Dame UGA: 6 plays; Longest: 40-yd. rush (Swift) ND: 3 plays; Longest: 36-yd. KOR (Sanders) GAME 3: #13 Georgia vs. Samford UGA: 4 plays; Longest: 51-yd. TD pass (Fromm to Godwin) SU: 1 play; Longest: 25-yd. pass (Hodges to Cream) GAME 4: #11 Georgia vs. #17 MSU UGA: 5 plays; Longest: 59-yd. TD pass (Fromm to Godwin) MSU: 1 play; Longest: 39-yard rush (Gibson) GAME 5: #7 Georgia @ UT UGA: 3 plays; Longest: 34-yd. INT Ret. (Reed) UT: 2 plays; Longest: 44-yard pass (Dormady to Kelly) GAME 6: #5 Georgia @ VU UGA: 4 plays; Longest: 50-yd TD run (Michel) VU: 3 plays; Longest: 38-yard pass (Shurmur to Lipscomb) GAME 7: #4 Georgia vs. Missouri UGA: 8 plays; Longest: 71-yd run (Swift) MU: 4 plays; Longest: 63-yard TD pass (x2) (Lock to Hall) GAME 8: #3 Georgia vs. Florida UGA: 5 plays; Longest: 74-yd TD run (Michel) UF: 5 plays; Longest: 29-yd run (Perine) GAME 9: #2 Georgia vs. South Carolina UGA: 2 plays; Longest: 27-yd run (Chubb) USC: 1 play; Longest: 35-yd pass (Bentley to Hurst) GAME 10: #2 Georgia @ #10 Auburn UGA: 7 plays; Longest: 47-yd KOR (Hardman) AU: 6 plays; Longest: 55-yd TD pass (Stidham to Johnson) GAME 11: #7 Georgia vs. Kentucky UGA: 7 plays; Longest: 55-yd TD run (Chubb) UK: 2 plays; Longest: 45-yd pass (Johnson to Bone) GAME 12: #7 Georgia @ Georgia Tech UGA: 5 plays; Longest: 78-yd TD pass (Fromm to Crumpton) GT: 2 plays; Longest: 33-yd rush (Cottrell) GAME 13: #6 Georgia vs. #2 AU (SECCG) UGA: 4 plays; Longest: 64-yd TD run (Swift) AU: 2 plays; Longest: 29-yd pass (Stidham to Davis) GAME 14: #4 Georgia vs. #3 OU (ROSE) UGA: 7 plays; Longest: 75-yd TD run (Michel) OU: 8 plays; Longest: 46-yd fumble recovery for TD (Parker) GAME 15: #3 Georgia vs. #4 BAMA (CFP NC) UGA: 2 plays; Longest: 80-yd TD pass (Fromm to Hardman) BAMA: 4 plays; Longest: 41-yd TD pass (Tagovailoa to Smith)

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EASTERN KY. Clarksville

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MURRAY STATE Clarksville

Clemson Clemson

Texas-El Paso El Paso

Florida Gainesville

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Arkansas Fayetteville

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KENTUCKY Knoxville

Texas A&M College Station

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Florida Gainesville

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FLORIDA Nashville

Georgia Athens

CHARLOTTE Knoxville

South Carolina Columbia

ALABAMA Knoxville

Auburn Auburn

OPEN

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GEORGIA Jacksonville

VANDERBILT Lexington

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Vanderbilt Nashville

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Texas A&M College Station LSU Gainesville

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Alabama Tuscaloosa

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ARKANSAS Auburn

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BYU Foxboro

LIBERTY Amherst

Georgia Ahens

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MIAMI (FLA.) Atlanta

North Carolina Chapel Hill

Virginia Tech Blacksburg (Oct. 25)

DUKE Atlanta

SOUTH FLORIDA Amherst (Oct. 6)

UConn East Hartford

Louisville Louisville (Oct. 5)

BOWLING GREEN Atlanta Ohio Univ. Athens (Sept. 29)

CHARLOTTE Amherst (Sept. 22)

CLEMSON Atlanta

Florida Int’l. Miami (Sept. 15)

LSU Auburn

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Georgia Southern Statesboro (Sept. 8)

DUQUESNE Amherst (Aug. 25)

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Washington Atlanta

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South Carolina Columbia, S.C.

Southeast Mo. State Cape Girardeau

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KIRBY SMART Head Football Coach

In his first season leading the Bulldogs, Georgia extended its school record to 20 straight bowl appearances and posted four fourth-quarter comebacks, including wins over No. 8 Auburn and No. 22 North Carolina. He led the Bulldogs to an 8-5 final record, which included a victory over TCU in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. Smart has also made an immediate impact in recruiting circles by posting the nation’s third-ranked class in 2017, followed by the 2018 class of signees that ranked first nationally by every authority. In addition to his coaching duties, Smart oversees the Kirby Smart Family Foundahen Georgia looked for a new head football coach tion, which is focused on being champions in the community by after the 2015 season, the arrows all pointed to Kirsupporting and giving back to needy children and families facing by Smart, longtime University of Alabama defensive adversity. coordinator and former Bulldog player and assistant Smart officially came home to Georgia on Dec. 6, 2015. But he coach. And after two years, he has not disappointed. still had unfinished business at Alabama, which was still chasing His impact, along with a stellar group of seniors, made his second a national title. He juggled two jobs for a month until January 11, season a special one with an 11-1 regular-season record, a victory 2016, when the Crimson Tide won its fourth national championship in the 2017 Southeastern Conference championship game, defeat of in a 7-year span. Twelve hours later, he was at work in Athens, Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl Game (College Football Playoff semiwhere he remains one of nine head coaches at schools from Power 5 final) and advancement into the College Football Playoff National conferences that are coaching at their alma mater. Championship Game in the program’s first appearance. In the SEC Smart had served on the Alabama staff the previous nine years, championship game, the ‘Dawgs avenged their only regular-season the past seven as defensive coordinator. During his tenure at Alaloss with a 28-7 victory over Auburn. It was the first conference title bama, the Crimson Tide won three BCS National Championships, since 2005 for the Red and Black. With the win, Smart became the one College Football Playoff national title, three SEC crowns, six youngest coach to win the title in an SEC Championship Game apSEC western division titles, and was ranked in the nation’s final top pearance. Smart was named 2017 George Munger National Coach ten rankings the last eight years in a row. of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club, SEC Coach of the Year A former standout defensive back and scholar-athlete at Georgia, by the Associated Press and SEC Coaches and the Regional Coach Smart was one of the nation’s most respected defensive coordinaof the Year by the AFCA. tors. During his time at Alabama, he coached players at three different positions, in addition to his coordinating duties. He was recognized as the 2012 Smart Thumbnail AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year and the 2009 Broyles Award winner as college Personal football’s top assistant coach. He was also Miami Dolphins Safeties 2006 a finalist for the 2015 Broyles Award. Full Name: Kirby Paul Smart 2007 Alabama Asst. HC/Def. Backs Birthdate: December 23, 1975 Prior to joining the Alabama staff 2008-13, ‘15 Alabama Def. Coord./Inside LBs Birthplace: Montgomery, Alabama in 2007, Smart spent the 2006 season as 2014 Alabama Asst. HC/Safeties Family: Wife: Mary Beth; Children: twins Weston safeties coach with the NFL’s Miami Dol2016-present Georgia Head Coach and Julia (Feb. 8, 2008), and Andrew (May 25, phins. He served six years on the collegiate 2012) Playing Experience level as the running backs coach at GeorHigh School: Bainbridge (Ga.) Georgia (1995-98) Four-year letterman as defengia (2005), defensive backs coach at LSU College: BBA Georgia ‘98 sive back. First team All-SEC in ’98; 13 career MS Florida State ‘03 (2004), graduate assistant at Florida State interceptions; four-time member of SEC Academic (2002-03), defensive coordinator/lineCoaching Experience Honor Roll. backers coach (2001) and defensive backs Bainbridge H.S. (1991-93) Three-year letterman in 1999 Georgia Admin. Asst. coach (2000) at Valdosta State, and adminfootball, basketball, and baseball; first team Class 2000 Valdosta State Defensive Backs istrative assistant at UGA (1999). AAAA All-State as a senior; 16 career intercep2001 Valdosta State Defensive Coord. tions. Smart was the running backs coach on 2002-03 Florida State Graduate Assistant High School Coach: Sonny Smart (father) 2004 LSU Defensive Backs Georgia’s 2005 SEC Championship team. 2005 Georgia Running Backs His unit averaged 162.2 rushing yards per game, third in the SEC. He coached Thom-

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The Smarts: Front (L-R): Andrew and Weston. Back (L-R): Mary Beth, Kirby and Julia.

as Brown, Danny Ware, and Kregg Lumpkin—all future NFL players. In 2004 at LSU, he tutored two NFL draft picks: Corey Webster (2nd round, N.Y. Giants) and Travis Daniels (4th round, Miami). As a player, Smart was a four-year letterman at defensive back for Georgia, where he was a first team All-SEC pick as a senior. He finished his career with 13 interceptions, a mark that still ranks fifth in UGA annals, and led the Bulldogs with six interceptions in 1997, five in ‘98. He led the SEC in interceptions during his final season. Smart also scored two points as a collegian. He was the first player in UGA history -- and one of just two Bulldogs since the rule was introduced in 1988 -- to return a blocked PAT kick for two points, having brought one back 88 yards against New Mexico State in his freshman year of 1995. The 2015 Alabama defense ranked first nationally in rushing defense, third in total defense, and third in scoring defense. .His 2014 Alabama defense ranked, passing fourth nationally against the run. The Crimson Tide ranked sixth nationally in scoring defense, while ranking 12th nationally in total defense. He helped junior safety Landon Collins earn unanimous first-team All-America honors while being selected as a finalist for the Nagurski Trophy, Thorpe Award and Lott Trophy. Smart crafted another elite Alabama defense in 2013 after losing six more players to the NFL. The Crimson Tide ranked fourth nationally in scoring defense while ranking fifth in total defense, seventh in rushing defense and 11th in pass defense. Alabama was fourth nationally in red zone defense and fourth in fewest first downs allowed. He helped mold C.J. Mosley into the nation’s best linebacker and winner of the Butkus Award. Smart retooled the Alabama defense in 2012, molding a unit that lost six starters to the NFL after the 2011 season. The Tide led the nation in total defense, scoring defense and rush defense while ranking seventh in pass defense and pass efficiency defense. The Tide defense

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featured two first team All-Americans in cornerback Dee Milliner and linebacker Mosley. Smart’s rebuilding job in 2010 was impressive, as the Tide remained one of the nation’s elite defensive units while replacing nine starters. Alabama led the SEC and ranked third nationally in scoring defense and fifth in total defense. The 2009 season was a special one for Smart, as he not only helped lead Alabama to the national championship but also took home the Broyles Award as the top assistant coach in the country. The UA defense again was regarded as one of the nation’s top units, leading the SEC and ranking second nationally in scoring defense pass efficiency defense, rush defense and total defense. In the 2010 BCS National Championship game against Texas, the Tide recorded four interceptions and scored a defensive touchdown. Three players on Smart’s defense earned first-team All-America honors – linebacker Rolando McClain, cornerback Javier Arenas and nose guard Terrence Cody. A four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, Smart received his BBA degree in Finance from UGA in 1998 and his M.S. in Physical Education from Florida State in 2003. The Bainbridge, Ga., native is married to the former Mary Beth Lycett of McDonough, Ga., a 4-year letterwinner, and 2-year starter, on the Georgia women’s basketball team from 2000-2003. The couple met long after their undergraduate days at UGA, when Lycett -- then working in the UGAAA business office -- helped arrange Smart’s trip to interview for the Bulldogs’ running backs coaching job in 2005. They are now the proud parents of twins Weston and Julia (Feb. 8, 2008) and son Andrew (May 25, 2012).

Smart still ranks fifth in UGA history in career interceptions with 13. He was a first-team All-SEC choice as a senior in 1998, when he led the league with five interceptions. Smart had six interceptions in his junior season of 1997.

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JIM CHANEY

Offensive Coordinator / Tight Ends Jim Chaney was named offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at UGA in March of 2018 after two seasons coordinating the Bulldog offense and coaching quarterbacks. Chaney was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semi-final game, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s offense finished first in the SEC and 9th nationally in Rushing Offense (258.4 ypg), 3rd in the SEC in Scoring Offense (35.4 ppg), 5th in Total Offense (435.3 ypg), and 4th nationally in Red Zone Offense (0.964). In each of his first two seasons, Chaney has tutored a true freshman quarterback as the game day starter. Jacob Eason started 12 of 13 games and threw for 2,430 yards in 2016. The next season, after an Eason injury in the 2017 opener, Jake Fromm took over the Bulldog offense, threw for over 2,600 yards and led Georgia nearly to a national championship. A 32-year coaching veteran in the SEC, Big Ten, ACC, and the NFL, Chaney served the 2015 season at Pitt after a two-year tenure at Arkansas (2013-14). He has also served as offensive coordinator at Tennessee (200912), Purdue (1997-2005), and Cal State Fullerton (1988-92). Chaney also spent three years in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams (200608) working with the offensive line for two seasons and the tight ends for one. Steven Jackson was a 1,000-yard rusher in each of Chaney’s three seasons in St. Louis. At Purdue, he coached quarterback Drew Brees, who later led the New Orleans Saints to a Super Bowl title in 2010. Brees led the nation in total offense in 2000 (358.1 yards per game) and was selected the winner of the prestigious Maxwell Award as the college player of the year. Chaney was an instrumental figure in Arkansas achieving its first winning campaign since 2011 during the 2014 season. The Razorbacks averaged 406 yards and 31.9 points per game, capping the season with a 31-7 rout of Texas in the Texas Bowl. Chaney’s offense produced two 1,000-yard rushers and a 2,000-yard passer. In 2013, Chaney’s offense featured underclassmen starters at quarterback, running back, tight end and two offensive line positions. Despite that youth, Arkansas averaged 5.28 yards per rush--the fourth highest season average in school history. Center Travis Swanson was a first team All-American, while running back Alex Collins was a 1,000-yard rusher and the SEC Freshman of the Year. Arkansas set a school record by surrendering only eight sacks. The Volunteers in 2012 ranked among the nation’s most productive

offenses, finishing 15th in passing yards, 18th in total offense and 22nd in scoring. That same year, UT quarterback Tyler Bray threw for 3,612 yards and 34 touchdowns, both career bests. At the time, his TDs were the seventh-most in a season in SEC history, and his passing yards ranked 11th in conference history. Bray’s 530 passing yards against Troy broke Peyton Manning’s single-game school record and marked the second highest total in SEC history. Chaney also served as Tennessee’s interim head coach for the 2012 season finale, a 37-17 win over Kentucky. Chaney is a 1985 graduate of Central Missouri State. He and his wife Lisa have two daughters, Elizabeth and Sara.

Chaney Thumbnail Birthdate: Jan. 12, 1962 Birthplace: Warrensburg, Mo. Family: Wife Lisa, daughters Elizabeth and Sara High School: Holden College: Central Missouri State, 1985 (B.S.)

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1985-87.................................. Cal State Fullerton (assistant coach) 1988.......................................... Western Michigan (offensive line) 1988-92...Cal State Fullerton (Offensive Coord./recruiting coord.) 1993.......................................... Wyoming (Graduate assistant/TEs) ................................... 1994-96 (Offensive Line, Recruiting Coord.) 1997-2005...................................... Purdue (Offensive Coordinator) ............................1997-2001 (Offensive Coord./Recruiting Coord.) 2006-08................................. St. Louis Rams (Offensive Line/TEs) 2009-12............................. Tennessee (Offensive Coordinator/QBs) 2013-14.............................. Arkansas (Offensive Coordinator/QBs) 2015................................. Pittsburgh (Offensive Coordinator/QBs) 2016-18.................................Georgia (Offensive Coordinator/QBs) 2018-Present......................... Georgia (Offensive Coordinator/TEs)

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MEL TUCKER

Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs Mel Tucker, assistant head coach and defensive backs coach at the University of Alabama and former NFL defensive coordinator, was named UGA defensive coordinator and secondary coach on January 12, 2016. Tucker was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semifinal, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s defense finished second in the SEC and 6th nationally in Scoring Defense (16.4 ppg), 2nd in the SEC and 6th nationally in Total Defense (294.9 ypg), and 2nd in the SEC in Rushing Defense. In his first year at UGA, Tucker guided a Bulldog defense that ranked among the nation’s top 20 units in the following categories: total defense, passing defense, turnovers gained, and first down defense. Tucker joined the Crimson Tide staff in January, 2015, after serving seven years as an NFL defensive coordinator: two with the Chicago Bears (2013-14), four with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2009-12), and one with the Cleveland Browns (2008). The Jags ranked sixth in the league in total defense in 2011, allowing just 313.0 yards per game. Tucker was Jacksonville’s interim head coach for the final five games of that season. He earned the additional title of assistant head coach with the Jaguars in 2012. Tucker was also on the Browns staff from 2005-07 as defensive backs coach before taking over as defensive coordinator in 2008. In that season, the Browns were second in the NFL with 23 interceptions and ranked 16th in scoring defense (21.9 points per game). Tucker joined Nick Saban’s staff at Michigan State as a graduate assistant in 1997. After two years there, he went to work as a defensive backs coach at Miami (Ohio) for one season in 1999. In 2000, Tucker returned to work with Saban at LSU for one season before going to Ohio State for a four-year stint (2001-04). The Buckeyes went 14-0 in

2002 and won the BCS National Championship. Tucker was elevated to co-defensive coordinator in 2004. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Tucker attended Cleveland Heights High School where he was a football standout and earned a scholarship to Wisconsin. He was a four-year letterman at defensive back for the Badgers and graduated in 1995. Tucker’s wife, Jo-Ellyn, earned her undergraduate degree at Illinois and her law degree from Rutgers. The couple has two sons: Joseph (16) and Christian (14).

Tucker Thumbnail Birthdate: Jan. 4, 1972 Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Family: Wife Jo-Ellyn, sons Joseph and Christian High School: Cleveland Heights College: Wisconsin ’95 (Ag Business Marketing)

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1997-98.......................................Michigan State (grad assistant) 1999.............................................................Miami (Ohio) (DBs) 2000.............................................................................LSU (DBs) 2001-04............................................................. Ohio State (DBs) ................................................ 2004 (Co-Defensive Coord./DBs) 2005-07................................................ Cleveland Browns (DBs) ......................................................2008 (Defensive Coordinator) 2009-12................................ Jacksonville Jaguars (Def. Coord.) 2013-14...........................................Chicago Bears (Def. Coord.) 2015.....................................................................Alabama (DBs) 2016-Present....................Georgia (Defensive Coordinator/DBs) Mel, Christian, Joseph and Jo-Ellyn Tucker

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JAMES COLEY

Co-Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks James Coley was named Co-Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach at Georgia in 2018 after two seasons coaching the Bulldogs’ wide receivers. Coley was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semifinal, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s offense finished first in the SEC and 9th nationally in Rushing Offense (258.4 ypg), 3rd in the SEC in Scoring Offense (35.4 ppg), 5th in Total Offense (435.3 ypg), and 4th nationally in Red Zone Offense (0.964). Coley’s two seasons of coaching Bulldog receivers produced a pair of NFL draft picks: Isaiah McKenzie (Denver) and Javon Wims (Chicago). Coley served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Miami from 2013-15. Prior to joining the Miami staff, he held the position of offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at Florida State from 2010-12 and tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at FSU in 2008 and 2009. A native of Miami, he served as an offensive assistant with the Miami Dolphins in 200506. His coaching resume also included a stop at 2003 national champion Louisiana State University where he served as a graduate assistant coach. His experience also includes assistant coaching positions at Miami (Fla.) Norland High School where he was assistant head coach and offensive coordinator (2000-02) and Miami (Fla.) Senior High School as quarterbacks coach. He has coached numerous NFL receivers during his career. At Miami Norland he coached NFL first round picks Andre Johnson and Dwayne Bowe and second round pick Roscoe Parrish; at FSU he mentored first round pick Kelvin Benjamin and fifth rounder Rashad Greene; at Miami he coached first round pick Phillip Dorsett and Allen Hurns; and with the Dolphins he coached Wes Welker. In 2014, his Miami Hurricane offense averaged 430.3 yards per game, which ranked fourth in the ACC. Following the 2014 campaign, seven of

Coley’s offensive players earned All-ACC honors with running back Duke Johnson and Shane McDermott receiving first team recognition. In addition, tight end Clive Walford earned AP All-America honors. The 2014 campaign also saw the emergence of true freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya. In his rookie campaign with the Hurricanes, Kaaya broke several Miami rookie records, including the school standard for passing yards and touchdowns. Kaaya closed the year with 3,198 yards passing, 26 touchdowns and just 12 interceptions en route to being named ACC Rookie of the Year and received Freshman All-America honors. Coley earned his bachelor’s degree from Florida State in 1997 and his master’s degree from LSU in 2004. He and his wife Kenia have two children – Madison and Brady.

Coley Thumbnail Birthdate: April 14, 1973 Birthplace: Miami, Fla. Family: Wife Kenia, daughter Madison and son Brady High School: Miami Senior College: B.A., Florida State ‘97; M.S., LSU ‘04

Coaching Experience:

1997-99 .........................Miami (Fla.) Senior High School (QBs) 2000-02..................Miami (Fla.) Norland High School (assistant .................................................. head coach/offensive coordinator) 2003-2004................................................ LSU (graduate assistant) 2005-06............................... Miami Dolphins (offensive assistant) 2007............................................FIU (offensive coordinator/QBs) 2008-09....................... Florida State (TEs/recruiting coordinator) ......................................... 2010-2012 (offensive coordinator/TEs) 2013-15........................ Miami (Fla.) (offensive coordinator/QBs) 2016-17...................................................................Georgia (WRs) 2018 - Present........................Georgia (Co-Offensive Coord/QBs) The Coleys Front: Madison and Brady Back: James and Kenia

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SCOTT FOUNTAIN Special Teams Coordinator

Scott Fountain, a native of East Brewton, Ala., returns to the Georgia staff as an on-field assistant after serving as a special teams analyst for the 2017 season, and also for a short time in the off-season as special teams coordinator at Mississippi State. Fountain contributed to the Bulldogs’ return to prominence on special teams this past season. Rising junior Mecole Hardman averaged 25.3 yards per kick return, ranking No. 2 in the Southeastern Conference and No. 21 in the nation. Georgia’s special teams unit also held opponents to 5.9 yards per punt return and 19.5 yards per kick return. Those numbers were all reduced from a year prior, as opponents averaged 6.1 yards per punt return, 23.8 yards per punt return and notched two 95-yard kickoff returns versus the Bulldogs in 2016. Additionally, placekicker Rodrigo Blankenship chipped in 20 of his 23 field goal attempts last season, including a 55-yarder in the 2018 Rose Bowl vs. Oklahoma and a 51-yarder in overtime of the national championship game. He made all 63 of his PAT attempts, kicked 67 touchbacks (a Georgia season record and No. 3 nationally) and was named a semifinalist for the 2017 Lou Groza Award. As a punter, graduate Cameron Nizialek averaged 45 yards per punt (No. 9 nationally) and was named a semifinalist for the 2017 Ray Guy Award. Before joining Georgia’s staff, Fountain had spent the previous eight years assisting the football program at Auburn, the first four as the Tigers’ player personnel director and the latter four as an on-field assistant, coordinating special teams and coaching tight ends. From 2014-16, Fountain coached kicker Daniel Carlson, a three-time Lou Groza Award finalist. Fountain, a part of three SEC championship teams, led Auburn’s administrative and recruiting efforts from 2009-12. He followed Gene Chizik to Auburn after spending two seasons (2007-08) on Chizik’s staff at Iowa State as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator. Fountain has coaching experience in four national championship games (1997, 2010, 2013, 2017) since beginning his collegiate coaching career at

Florida State (1994-96) as an offensive graduate assistant. He then spent seven seasons as an offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Central Florida. Before his eight-year stint at Auburn, Fountain also included coaching stops at Middle Tennessee State (2004-05), Georgia Southern (2006) and Iowa State (2007-08). Before entering the collegiate ranks, Fountain coached football at four different Alabama high schools: Flomaton, his alma mater W.S. Neal, and head coach at Frisco City (1990-92), and head coach at Monroe County (1993). Fountain earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Samford in 1988 and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Florida State in 1998. He is married to the former Rosie Hidalgo and the couple has four sons: Brookes, Hunter, Tanner and Skyler.

Fountain Thumbnail Birthdate: February 28, 1966 Birthplace: East Brewton, Ala. Family: Wife Rosie; sons Brookes, Hunter, Tanner and Skyler High School: W.S. Neal HS (Ala.) College: Samford ’88 (B.A.), Florida State ’98 (M.S. Educational Leadership)

Coaching Experience:

The Fountains: Skyler (front), (L-R) Tanner, Rosie, Scott and Hunter.

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1988..........................................Flomaton (Ala.) HS (Assistant Coach) 1989......................................... W.S. Neal (Ala.) HS (Assistant Coach) 1990-92........................................ Frisco City (Ala.) HS (Head Coach) 1993..................................... Monroe County (Ala.) HS (Head Coach) 1994-96...........................Florida State (Offensive Graduate Assistant) 1997-2003..................... Central Florida (OL/Recruiting Coordinator) 2004-05........................................Middle Tenn. State (Offensive Line) 2006.............................................. Georgia Southern (Offensive Line) 2007-08......................Iowa State (Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator) 2009-12.....................................Auburn (Director of Player Personnel) 20013-16.............. Auburn (Spec. Teams Coord./Tight Ends/H-Backs) 2017...................................................Georgia (Special Teams Analyst) Jan.-Feb., 2018............................... Miss. State (Special Teams Coord.) Feb., 2018 - Present............................ Georgia (Special Teams Coord.)

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CORTEZ HANKTON Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers

Former NFL wide receiver Cortez Hankton joined the Georgia coaching staff in February, 2018, after serving three years coaching wide receivers at Vanderbilt. During his three seasons at Vanderbilt, Hankton coached veteran Commodore receivers C.J. Duncan and Trent Sherfield along with Caleb Scott and Kalija Lipscomb. In 2017, Duncan and Sherfield combined for 102 receptions, 1,246 yards and 10 touchdowns. Sherfield ended his career among the program’s best in receptions (136) and 1,869 yards. Prior to his tenure at Vanderbilt, Hankton coached receivers for three seasons at Dartmouth in the Ivy League (2012-14). During that time, he helped the Big Green to a 20-10 overall record, including an 8-2 mark in 2014. Hankton’s produced an All-Ivy caliber receiver all three years at Dartmouth. In 2012, senior Michael Reilly earned first-team recognition with Ryan McManus receiving honorable mention. In 2013, Big Green receiver Bo Patterson was an Ivy League honorable mention recipient. A graduate of Texas Southern, Hankton was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in April, 2003, by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He played in all 16 games as a rookie, catching 17 passes for 166 yards. In his four years with the Jaguars, he caught 34 passes for 310 yards and a pair of touchdowns, both of which came in his sophomore campaign in 2004. Hankton signed with the Minnesota Vikings in 2007 and spent the entire 2008 season on injured reserve with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After his NFL career, he signed with the New York Sentinels of the United Football League. The next year he played for the Florida Tuskers, earning a nomination for the league’s Offensive Player of the Year. The Tuskers then moved to Virginia as the Destroyers for the 2011 season, and Hankton was a part of the squad that won the UFL championship. Prior to joining the Dartmouth staff in 2012, Hankton spent three months working as a volunteer assistant with the University of Central Florida. In that role, he assisted in all aspects of the recruiting process. From 2008-10, Hankton spent time training draft-eligible athletes for the NFL combines with Tom Shaw

Performance Training Camps. In early 2010, he also served as nonpaid receiver coach at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando. Hankton received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Texas Southern in 2002, where he set school season and career records for receiving yards. A four-year starter and two-year captain, he was Texas Southern’s team MVP and an All-Southwestern Athletic Conference recipient as a junior and senior. Hankton culminated his collegiate career by being named as a Division I-AA thirdteam All-America by the Associated Press. Hankton in 2011 created Black Ice Concept, an organization that strives to increase minority presence in winter sports by obtaining sponsorships and funding to subsidize expenses for the athletes. He has demonstrated his commitment to academics many times over as well, including the creation of the Cortez Hankton Scholarship Fund for exemplary student-athletes in 2003 and his work with Read Across America through the NFL and the National Education Association. From 2016-17, Hankton volunetered with “Walk for Wishes,” a fund raising program for Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee. A native of New Orleans, Hankton is the son of Cortez Sr. and Sherome Hankton, both officers in the New Orleans Police Department. Hankton was a standout athlete and multi-year starter at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans. Hankton and his wife, the former Shon Holder, were married in July, 2014. They are the parents of Cortez “Trip” Hankton III.

Hankton Thumbnail Birthdate: January 20, 1981 Birthplace: New Orleans, La. Family: Wife Shon, son Cortez “Trip” Hankton III High School: St. Augustine HS, New Orleans College: Texas Southern ‘02 (Business Administration)

Coaching Experience:

2012-14............................................Dartmouth (Wide Receivers) 2015-17.............................................Vanderbilt (Wide Receivers) 2018...................................................... Georgia (Wide Receivers)

Playing Experience:

1998-2002...................Texas Southern -- Wide receiver, four-year ...................................letterman, two-time All-SWAC, team MVP 2003-08..............................NFL -- Jacksonville Jaguars, 2003-06; ........................ Minnesota Vikings, 2007; Tampa Bay Bucs, 2008 2009-11....................................UFL -- New York Sentinels, 2009; ..........................Florida Tuskers, 2010; Virginia Destroyers, 2011 Cortez, Trip and Shon Hankton

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DAN LANNING

Assistant Coach / Outside Linebackers Dan Lanning was named an assistant coach at Georgia in January, 2018, after serving two years as inside linebacker coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Memphis. Lanning joined the Memphis staff in 2016 after spending the 2015 season at Alabama as a graduate assistant coach with the outside linebackers. Prior to Alabama, Lanning held positions at Pittsburgh (2011), Arizona State (2012-13) and Sam Houston State (2014). At Memphis he was part of a staff that that led the Tigers to their third 10-win season in school history and finished in the top five in the country in turnovers gained two years in a row. On that team, Lanning coached twotime first team All-American Athletic Conference linebacker Genard Avery. At Alabama, Lanning was a member of the coaching staff that guided the Crimson Tide to a 14-1 record, the SEC Championship and the 2015 College Football Playoff (CFP) national title. Lanning worked with a Crimson Tide defense that ranked top-10 nationally in five statistical categories. Lanning spent the 2014 campaign at Sam Houston State, where he helped guide the Bearkats to an 11-5 record, the Southland Conference crown and a Football Championship Series (FCS) playoffs appearance. Sam Houston State played in its fourth straight FCS playoffs, advancing to the semifinal round. At Sam Houston State, Lanning coached the defensive backs and served as the program’s co-recruiting coordinator. He mentored three Bearkats defensive backs that earned All-Southland Conference honors, including Trenier Orr who also was named an All-American. Lanning spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons on the staff at Arizona State. He began his Sun Devils career as a graduate assistant in 2012, before moving to the on-campus recruiting coordinator/defensive assistant in 2013. Lanning, who served as the lead recruiter in Kansas and the Mississippi junior colleges, helped Arizona State land a top-20 recruiting class in 2013.

On the field, he helped develop a defense that ranked top-10 nationally in turnovers gained (5th), passes intercepted (3rd) and penalties against (6th). Lanning began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant on the staff at Pittsburgh. In his role, he worked with the defensive backs coach and as a lead recruiter for several states in the Northeast. In 2011, the Pittsburgh defense ranked among the national leader in sacks, TFL and rushing defense. Lanning began molding his defensive philosophy with his coaching start at Park Hill South High School in Riverside, Mo., from 2008-10. In his three seasons there, he served as an assistant football coach with a special emphasis on special teams, defensive backs and wide receivers. A Richmond, Mo., native, Lanning played linebacker at William Jewell College, located in Liberty, Mo. He earned two Bachelor of Science degrees in physical education and secondary education in 2008. Two years later, Lanning completed coursework for his master’s degree in secondary administration from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo. Lanning and his wife, Sauphia, have three sons: Caden, Kniles and Titan.

Lanning Thumbnail Birthdate: April 10, 1986 Birthplace: North Kansas City, Mo. Family: Wife Sauphia, sons Caden Kniles and Titan High School: Richmond, Mo. College: William Jewell College ‘08 (B.S.); William Woods Univ. ‘10 (M.S. Secondary Administration)

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The Lannings Front: Titan, Kniles and Caden Back: Dan and Sauphia

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2008-10....... Park Hill South (Mo.) HS (Spec. Teams/DBs/WRs) 2011.............................Pittsburgh (Defensive Graduate Assistant) 2012........ Arizona State (Defensive Grad. Assistant: OLBs/NBs) 2013............ Arizona State (On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator) 2014..................Sam Houston State (DBs/Co-Recruiting Coord.) 2015...................Alabama (Defensive Graduate Assistant: OLBs) 2016-17.......................... Memphis (ILBs/Recruiting Coordinator) 2018...............................................Georgia (Outside Linebackers)

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DELL McGEE

Assistant Head Coach / Running Backs Dell McGee was named Assistant Head Coach in March of 2018 after two seasons as an assistant coach, overseeing running backs. McGee was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semifinal game, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s offense finished first in the SEC (9th nationally) in Rushing Offense, 3rd in Scoring Offense, 5th in Total Offense, and 2nd (4th nationally) in Red Zone Offense. The 2017-18 campaign was a banner year for McGee. His two star pupils, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel, finished as the Nos. 2 & 3 career rushers in UGA history, amassing over 8,400 yards and 87 touchdowns between them. Additionally, Rivals.com named McGee the 2018 National Recruiter of the Year after the Bulldogs signed the consensus No. 1-rated recruiting class. Just 10 days before he came to UGA, McGee had led Georgia Southern to victory in its first-ever bowl game (GoDaddy Bowl) as interim head coach. McGee served as running backs coach at GSU in 2014-15, when the Eagles led the nation in rushing offense—384 yards per game in 2014 and 363 yards per game in 2015. GSU won the Sun Belt Championship in 2014 and had four backs top the 600-yard rushing mark in 2015. McGee had been promoted to associate head coach early in the 2015 season. Prior to joining the Georgia Southern staff, McGee served one season at Auburn, his alma mater, where he worked as an analyst in 2013 when the Tigers reached the BCS Championship Game. McGee developed Carver-Columbus High School into a perennial powerhouse as the Tigers rattled off seven straight seasons with 10 or more wins, including a 15-0 season en route to the Georgia state title. In four of McGee’s last five years at the helm of the program, Carver advanced to the state semifinals. McGee posted an 88-19 overall record with a 21-6 mark in the playoffs, which included six region championships. He took over a Carver program in 2005 that had not had a winning season in the nine years previously and had never posted a double-digit win campaign in its 47-year history. He was named Georgia State Coach of the Year in 2007 and ’08.

McGee began coaching at the high school level as an assistant coach in 2001. He has had a number of players advance to the professional ranks, including Georgia All-American Jarvis Jones, and UAB offensive lineman Chris Hubbard, both with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Another former Tiger, DeQuan Menzie, was a 2011 draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs. Tailback Isaiah Crowell, SEC Freshman of the Year at Georgia in 2011, was a 2014 Free Agent signee by Cleveland, while Gabe Wright was taken in the fourth round of the 2015 draft. In 2011, McGee was selected to coach in the annual Under Armour High School All-America Game in St. Petersburg, Fla. McGee was a two-year starter and four-year letterwinner at Auburn from 1992-95, helping preserve the Tigers’ undefeated 1993 season with a critical interception against Alabama. He was selected in the fifth round of the 1996 NFL Draft by Arizona and remained with the organization through 1998. McGee played overseas in NFL Europe in 1999 and then concluded that season with the Detroit Lions. Additional stops in the Arena Football League and with the XFL closed out his professional career. McGee had two interceptions in the XFL and ranks on the league’s career interceptions top-10 list. McGee lettered in football and track at Kendrick High School in Columbus, Ga. McGee and his wife Linda have a son, Austin.

McGee Thumbnail Birthdate: Sept. 7, 1973 Birthplace: Columbus, Ga. Family: Wife, Linda and son, Austin High School: Kendrick College: B.A. Psychology, Auburn 2001; M.Ed. Sports Fitness and Recreation, Troy State 2007; Ed.S, Educational Leadership, Columbus State, 2008. Coaching Experience:

2002.............................................................. Harris County HS (DBs) 2003-04........................................... Greenville (Ga.) HS (Def. Coord.) 2005-12...............................Carver-Columbus (Ga.) HS (head coach) 2013............................................................................ Auburn (analyst) 2014-15.......................................................... Georgia Southern (RBs) .........................................................2015 (Assistant Head Coach/RBs) 2016-18........................................................................... Georgia (RBs) 2018 - Present...........................Georgia (Assistant Head Coach / RBs)

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Dell, Austin and Linda McGee

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1992-95...................................................................................... Auburn 1996-98....................................................................Arizona Cardinals 1999...............................................................Rhein Fire (NFL Europe) 1999..................................................................................Detroit Lions 2000....................................Carolina Cobras (Arena Football League) 2001........................................................... Los Angeles Xtreme (XFL) 2001.....................................................................Nashville Kats (XFL)

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SAM PITTMAN

Assistant Coach / Offensive Line Sam Pittman was named offensive line coach at UGA on Dec. 12, 2015, after serving three years at Arkansas as offensive line coach, associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. Pittman was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semi-final game, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s offense finished first in the SEC and 9th nationally in Rushing Offense (258.4 ypg), 3rd in the SEC in Scoring Offense (35.4 ppg), 5th in Total Offense (435.3 ypg), and 4th nationally in Red Zone Offense (0.964). Pittman is widely regarded among the nation’s best offensive line coaches and recruiters. Since 2013, nine offensive linemen coached by Pittman have been drafted, including three first-round picks, and three others have signed free agent contracts. Two of his charges in 2017 — senior Isaiah Wynn and freshman Andrew Thomas — earned All-America and All-SEC honors. In 2015, Pittman’s Arkansas team finished second in the SEC in total offense (456.8 ypg), second in scoring offense (40.2 ppg), and third in passing offense (264.2 ypg). He previously served as offensive line coach at Tennessee (2012), Associate Head Coach and offensive line coach at North Carolina (2007-11), and offensive line coach at Northern Illinois (2003-06). Of Pittman’s nine drafted offensive linemen in the last four years, Wynn was taken 23rd overall by New England in 2018, Ja’Wuan James was picked 19th overall by Miami in 2014 and Travis Swanson became the highest Razorback center draft pick in school history when he was picked 76th overall by the Detroit Lions. In 2013, Jonathan Cooper, who was tutored by Pittman

for four seasons at North Carolina, was the seventh overall pick to the Arizona Cardinals, the earliest an offensive guard had been taken since 1986. Pittman previously served as offensive line coach at Tennessee (2012), Associate Head Coach and offensive line coach at North Carolina (2007-11), and offensive line coach at Northern Illinois (2003-06). Pittman played at Pittsburg State, where he was a first-team NAIA All-American and twice earned all-conference recognition. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1986 and was inducted into the PSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1998. He and his wife Jamie live in Watkinsville.

Jamie and Sam Pittman

Pittman Thumbnail Birthdate: Nov. 28, 1961 Birthplace: El Reno, Okla. Family: Wife, Jamie High School: Grove High, Grove, Okla. College: Pittsburg State (Kan.), ’86 (B.S. Education)

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1987-88................................Princeton (Mo.) High School (head coach) 1989-90...................................Trenton (Mo.) High School (head coach) 1991.................................................... Hutchinson (Kan.) CC (off. line) ............................................................................. 1992-93 (Head Coach) 1994-95..............................................Northern Illinois (Offensive Line) 1996......................................................... Cincinnati (Off. Tackles/TE’s) 1997-98........................................................ Oklahoma (Offensive Line) 1999.............................................. Western Michigan (Assistant Coach) 2000................................................................ Missouri (Offensive Line) 2001...................................................................Kansas (Offensive Line) 2003..................................................... Northern Illinois (Off. Line ‘03) .................................................................2004-06 Assistant Head Coach 2007-10.................................................. North Carolina (offensive line) ............................................................2011 (Associate Head Coach/OL) 2012.................................................................Tennessee (offensive line) 2013-15...........Arkansas (Asst. HC, Offensive Line, Recruiting Coord.) 2016-Present.......................................................Georgia (offensive line)

Playing Experience: 1980-83.......Pittsburg State – First team NAIA All-American, twice All-Conference…inducted into PSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1998.

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GLENN SCHUMANN Assistant Coach / Inside Linebackers

Glenn Schumann was named inside linebackers coach at the University of Georgia on Dec. 12, 2015, after serving two years as Director of Player Development and Associate Director of Player Personnel at the University of Alabama. Schumann was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semi-final game, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s defense finished second in the SEC and 6th nationally in Scoring Defense (16.4 ppg), 2nd in the SEC and 6th nationally in Total Defense (294.9 ypg), and 2nd in the SEC in Rushing Defense. Schumann’s star pupil over his first two years was Roquan Smith, the Bulldogs’ leading tackler who capped his junior season by winning the Butkus Award as the nation’s top linebacker, in addition to being named SEC Defensive Player of the Year. Smith was a consensus All-American, finalist for the Nagurski and Bednarik Awards, and finished in the top ten in the Heisman Trophy voting. Schumann spent eight years with the Crimson Tide, first as an undergraduate analyst (2008-Dec. 2011) and then as a graduate assistant (Dec. 2011-Feb. 2014). In February, 2014, he was named Director of Player Development and

Associate Director of Player Personnel serving in those positions until December, 2015. During his tenure at Alabama, the Crimson Tide won three BCS National Championships, one College Football Playoff national title, three Southeastern Conference crowns, six SEC western division titles, and was ranked in the nation’s final top ten rankings eight years in a row. In seven of those eight years the Alabama defense finished no lower than fifth nationally in total defense, and in the top ten in scoring defense all eight years. The 2011 defense led the nation in all five major categories including total defense (183.6 ypg), scoring defense (8.2 ppg), rushing defense (72.2 ypg), passing defense (111.5 ypg) and pass efficiency defense (83.69 rating). In his role with player development at Alabama, Schumann’s responsibilities included a number of off-the-field activities for Alabama’s football student-athletes. He served as an important resource in balancing their demands of academics, athletics and community outreach. He was also involved in the organization of all recruiting efforts. Schumann comes from a long line of coaches. His father Eric, after playing safety for Alabama in the mid-70s, spent 20 years in college football as a defensive coordinator. Among his coaching stops were UAB, Tulane, SMU, East Tennessee State, Valdosta State, Livingston, New Mexico and Troy. Schumann’s grandfather Jack Haskin was a coach on the first football team at Florida State University and is a member of the FSU Hall of Fame. In addition, Schumann’s mother, Dr. Sherry Schumann, is a former collegiate coach and Athletic Director. Born in Valdosta, Ga., Schumann graduated from McKinney Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas, where he lettered in both football and basketball. He earned his bachelor of arts degree from Alabama in December, 2011, and a masters in sports management from the Capstone in December, 2013. He and his wife Lauren were married in the summer of 2015.

Schumann Thumbnail Birthdate: March 29, 1990 Birthplace: Valdosta, Ga. Family: Wife, Lauren High School: McKinney Boyd (Tex.) High School College: Alabama ‘’11 (B.A.), Alabama ’13 (M.S., Sport Management) Coaching Experience 2008-11.......................... Alabama (undergraduate analyst) 2011-14.................................Alabama (graduate assistant) 2014-15............ Alabama (director of player development/ ................................ associate director of player personnel) 2016-Present......................................Georgia (Inside LBs) Glenn and Lauren Schumann

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TRAY SCOTT

Assistant Coach / Defensive Line

Tray Scott was named defensive line coach at UGA on February 10, 2017, after serving two years in a similar position at the University of North Carolina (2015-16). Scott was part of a 2017 staff that led the Bulldogs to a record-tying 13 victories, first SEC championship since 2005, first appearance in the College Football Playoff, first appearance (and victory over Oklahoma) in the Rose Bowl CFP semi-final game, and first appearance in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Georgia’s defense finished second in the SEC and 6th nationally in Scoring Defense (16.4 ppg), 2nd in the SEC and 6th nationally in Total Defense (294.9 ypg), and 2nd in the SEC in Rushing Defense. In his two campaigns in Chapel Hill, Scott helped UNC reach back-toback bowl games (2015 Russell Athletic Bowl vs. Baylor, 2016 Sun Bowl vs. Stanford) and the 2015 ACC Championship Game. Scott’s 2016 unit was especially effective in the Red Zone, ranking 35th nationally allowing opponents to score only 79.6 percent of the time. His defensive line also helped UNC rank top 50 nationally in scoring defense (24.9 ppg). Scott’s star pupil during his tenure at UNC was Nazair Jones, an AllACC tackle who had 70 stops, 9.5 for lost yardage and 2.5 QB sacks as a junior in 2016. Jones was a third-round selection by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2017 NFL Draft. In his first year in Chapel Hill, Scott was part of a defensive staff that engineered the best turnaround in college football. Carolina was the nation’s most improved Power 5 defense, averaging 14.5 points fewer than the previous year, while also showing the most improvement from the previous year in pass defense efficiency. The Tar Heels led the ACC in interceptions, turnovers gained, turnover margin and passes defended en route to a record-setting 11-3 season and a berth in the ACC Championship Game and a No. 15 final ranking in both national polls. Prior to moving to North Carolina, Scott served two years (2013-14) as defensive line coach at UT Martin, an FCS team in the Ohio Valley Con-

ference. The Skyhawk defense recorded more than 50 sacks and 160 tackles for loss during his tenure. He also held positions as defensive line graduate assistant at Ole Miss (2012), assistant coach at Arkansas State (2010-11). At ASU, the Red Wolves finished 2011 with a 10-3 mark and a perfect 8-0 record in the Sun Belt Conference. Arkansas State rode a nine-game winning streak into the GoDaddy.com Bowl that season, capturing the conference championship in the process. Scott was also a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, Arkansas Tech, from the fall of 2008 until the spring of 2010. As a player at Arkansas Tech, Scott was a four-year letterman from 2003-07. He helped Tech to a 24-8 record from 2004-06, including a 10-2 overall mark and a national playoff appearance in 2004. Scott prepped at Crossett High School in his hometown of Crossett, Ark. Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Arkansas Tech in 2008. He also received his Master’s degree from Arkansas Tech in 2010. He is married to the former Sarah Fancher and the couple has a son, Julian Thomas Scott, born on May 22, 2017.

Scott Thumbnail Birthdate: Nov. 13, 1984 Birthplace: Crossett, Ark. Family: Wife, Sarah; son, Julian Thomas High School: Crossett College: B.A. from Arkansas Tech 2008; M.A. from Arkansas Tech in 2010

Coaching Experience:

2008-10................ Arkansas Tech (Graduate Assistant. Def. Line) 2010-11............... Arkansas State (Graduate Assistant. Def. Line) 2012............................... Ole Miss (Graduate Assistant, Def. Line) 2013-14..................................Tennessee-Martin (Defensive Line) 2015-16....................................... North Carolina Defensive Line) 2017 - Present....................................... Georgia (Defensive Line)

Playing Experience:

Sarah, Julian and Tray Scott

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RON COURSON Senior Associate AD Sports Medicine Ron Courson has served as Director of Sports Medicine with the University of Georgia Athletic Association since 1995. He previously served as Director of Rehabilitation at Alabama from 1991-1995 and Director of Rehabilitation with Samford University from 1989-1991. Courson received his undergraduate degree in education/physical education from Samford, performed two years of graduate work at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, and graduated with honors from the Medical College of Georgia with a degree in physical therapy. He is a national registered emergency medical technician-intermediate as well as a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Courson has been involved in many athletic training activities including work as an athletic trainer with the U.S. Olympic Team at the 1988 Olympic Games; 1990 Goodwill Games; 1987 World University Games, 1987 Pan American Games and the 1992 Olympic Games. He served as the chief athletic trainer for the 1996 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials as well as the chief athletic trainer for track and field for the Atlanta Committee for the 1996 Olympic Games (ACOG). Courson is active in his profession, having served as the president of the SEC Sports Medicine Committee, chairman of the College and University Athletic Trainers’ Committee of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and as a member of the NCAA Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports committee. He is a past medical liaison to the American Football Coaches Association and serves currently on the NFL Health and Safety Committee and the USA Football Medical Advisory Board. During his tenure at Alabama, he served as president of the Alabama Athletic Trainers Association and chairman of the Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers. Ron received the

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Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer award in 2005 from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and was inducted into the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2011 and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2013. Most recently, Courson was inducted into the Georgia Athletic Trainers Association (GATA) Hall of Fame in January, 2018. Ron serves as an adjunct instructor in the department of kinesiology at the University of Georgia, teaching in the nationally accredited athletic training education program. He serves as a clinical instructor teaching student physical therapists from the Medical College of Georgia and other physical therapy schools. He is active in research and education in the field of sports medicine, having authored a number of professional papers and text chapters and produced a national educational series “Emergency Care in Sports”. Ron presents frequently at regional and national sports medicine meetings. Ron is married to the former Eileen O’Connell of Waycross, Georgia. Ron and Eileen have four children, John, Anna, Luke, and Will.

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SCOTT SINCLAIR Director of Strength and Conditioning Scott Sinclair was named Director of Strength and Conditioning on January 6, 2016, after serving three years in the same position at Marshall University. Sinclair joined the Marshall program in January, 2013, working with both football and track and field teams and was part of a program that had three 10-win football seasons. He came to Marshall after nine years as an associate director of strength and conditioning at the University of Central Florida (UCF), where he worked with the football program along with baseball and track & field. He was directly responsible for the football team’s speed and agility regimens, in addition to the program’s administrative duties. In May 2012, Sinclair was awarded the highest honor in his field when he was certified as a master strength and conditioning coach (MSCC) at the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association’s national conference. The title of master strength and conditioning coach represents professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise as well as longevity in the field. He is also CPR/AED certified. Prior to UCF, he served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Georgia Tech from 2001-03. While with the Yellow Jackets, he worked as the assistant director of player development for the Yellow Jackets’ football squad. From 1999-2001, he worked as a strength coach in the Wake Forest athletic department. A native of Rockingham, N.C., he earned his bachelor’s degree in sports

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Farrah, Scott, Creed and Asher Sinclair medicine from Guilford College in 1999. Sinclair, a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, received a master’s degree in physical education from UCF in 2006. Sinclair and his wife, Farrah, have a son, Creed, and a daughter, Asher.

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JONAS JENNINGS Director of Player Development Jonas Jennings, a native of College Park, Ga., and graduate of Tri Cities High School, was named the Director of Player Development in January, 2016. He served as a Player Relations Coordinator in 2015. Jennings played offensive tackle for Georgia from 1997 to 2000 and was one of UGA’s most versatile linemen, capable of playing tackle, guard or center. In 2000, he was named Honorable Mention All-America by Football News and was named to the All-SEC first team by Football News, The Sporting News, and the SEC coaches. He was also named to the All-SEC second team by the Associated Press and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. After graduating from Georgia in 2000 with a degree in Sports Studies, Jennings was drafted in the third round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills, where he played from 2001 to 2004. He later played for the San Francisco 49ers from 2005 to 2008. After his retirement from professional football, Jennings returned to College Park to participate in philanthropic work for over 10 years. His work included holding football camps, feeding families during Thanksgiving, volunteering with his former high school and facilitating various Christmas projects centered on giving back to the community. Jennings was also a defensive coordinator for two years at his former high school, Tri-Cities High School in East Point. The son of Nettie Sumlin, Jennings received his MBA from George Washington in 2012. He and Yeisha Rasheed celebrated the birth of their son, Jonas Jr., in May of 2017.

JOSH LEE Director of Football Operations Josh Lee was named Director of Football Operations in December, 2014. As operations director, Lee is responsible for organizing all team-related activities, including travel, as well as implementing and monitoring the program budget. This marks Lee’s second stint with the Bulldogs, as he was a graduate assistant for two years (2005-06). Prior to returning Athens, Lee worked in the technology industry in Birmingham, Alabama, for three years beginning in May of 2012. A graduate of Valdosta State, Lee began his athletic career at his alma mater, working with the quarterbacks over the course of two seasons (2003-04). From Valdosta State, Lee moved on to work as a graduate assistant with the UGA football program, working primarily with the wide receivers, from 2005-06. From 2006-11, Lee spent five years on the University of Alabama-Birmingham football staff, including the final three as Director of Football Operations. He spent his first two years at UAB working as the Blazers’ video coordinator for the football program. As a coach, Lee was part of the Valdosta State program

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in 2004 that won the D-II national title. Georgia earned a trip to a BCS bowl -- Nokia Sugar -- in 2005 when Lee was a graduate assistant and in 2006 to the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta. Lee earned his undergraduate degree from Valdosta State in 2005. Lee and his wife Heather have three children: Bryant (7), Taylor (5) and Thomas (3).

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Director of Football Administration Former University of Georgia quarterback Mike Cavan returned to his alma mater as a Major Gifts Officer in August of 2002, after a career in coaching that included 16 years as a head coach. Since his return to Athens, Cavan has also served as special assistant to the athletic director, and special assistant to the head football coach in January of 2016 before assuming his current post in the fall of 2016. Before returning to Georgia, Cavan served as head football coach at Valdosta State (1986-91), East Tennessee (1992-96), and SMU (1997-2001). Prior to his head coaching tenures, Cavan served as an assistant coach for the Bulldogs under Vince Dooley from 1975-85 after two seasons as a graduate assistant. He was highly regarded as a recruiter and is credited with signing record-setting tailback Herschel Walker, who went on to earn three straight first-team All-America honors at Georgia and the 1982 Heisman Trophy. He is a former star quarterback for the Bulldogs from 1968-70. As a sophomore in 1968 he led Georgia to an 8-0-2 record, the Southeastern Conference championship, and berth in the Sugar Bowl. He was named to the All-SEC Sophomore team by the Associated Press outpolling such stars as Archie Manning at Ole Miss and Scott Hunter at Alabama. Becky and Mike Cavan A native of Thomaston, Ga., Cavan was an all-around athlete at Robert E. Lee High School where he played for his father, legendary coach Jim Cavan who was himself a former Georgia halfback in 1936-37. He is married to the former Becky Pittard of Duluth, Ga. They have two children, son Michael, Jr., and daughter Mima (Mrs. Derek Walley), and two grandchildren, Charlie (2008) and Annabelle (2013).

MARSHALL MALCHOW Director of Player Personnel Marshall Malchow was named Director of Player Personnel at UGA on January 3, 2015, after serving two years as in the same position at the University of Washington. A native of Augusta, Malchow joined the Washington staff in 2014 as director of player personnel and began overseeing all aspects of football recruiting in 2015. He originally joined Chris Petersen’s staff at Boise State in 2012 as assistant director of player personnel prior to serving the 2013 season at Louisville as director of on-campus recruiting. At the University of Alabama he served as a recruiting specialist in the player personnel department for three years. Malchow is married to the former Greyson Walker, also a native of Augusta. The couple celebrated the birth of their first child, George Marshall Thomas Malchow, on March 23, 2018.

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LUKMAN ABDULAI

JAY CHAPMAN

Director of On-Campus Recruiting

Assistant Director of Football Operations

Lukman Abdulai, who came to the University of Georgia as a Recruiting Student Assistant in 2013, was named the Assistant Recruiting Operations Coordinator in 2015, and then Director of On-Campus Recruiting in January of 2016. Prior to joining the UGA football staff, Abdulai was the Varsity Football Manager at the University of Illinois from 2012-2013. During the summer of 2013, Abdulai was a Football Intern at IMG Academy under former Florida State Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke. As the Director of On-Campus Recruiting, Abdulai assists in the coordination of on-campus recruiting through travel, film, and visits. He also assists with marketing efforts through social media and graphic design. Abdulai is a native of Calumet City, Illinois, but his family is originally from Nigeria. He graduated from the University of Illinois in 2013 with a B.S. in Sport Management and received M.S. Kinesiology from the University of Georgia in December 2014.

Jay Chapman, a native of Birmingham, Ala., joined Georgia’s football operations staff in January, 2016. Chapman spent the previous five seasons at Samford University where he served as the director of football operations. In that role, Chapman was responsible for day-to-day operations of the program and oversaw and coordinated all aspects of team travel. Before joining the staff at Samford, Chapman worked as the director of player development at UAB from 2008 to 2010. He also served as the Blazers’ associate director of recruiting for his last two years in Birmingham. In 2007, Chapman was a coordinator for Team Alabama in the All-American Football League. A graduate of Samford, Chapman earned his bachelor’s degree in general studies. In addition, he received a bachelor’s degree in animal and dairy science from Auburn, as well as a master’s in public and private management from Birmingham-Southern.

BRYANT GANTT

CHRISTINA HARRIS

Director of Player Programs

Director of Recruiting Administration

Georgia football letterman Bryant Gantt began his tenure at the UGA Athletic Association in January of 2011 as a Program Coordinator. He is currently the Director of Player Programs in coach Kirby Smart’s program. Among his responsibilities are providing advice and counsel to student-athletes in areas related to life skills, personal accountability, and personal development; and coordinating and facilitating programming relative to student-athletes. He was named UGAAA’s Co-Employee of the Year in April 2016. A graduate of Cedar Shoals High School in Athens, Gantt majored in Economics at UGA while playing for Vince Dooley and Ray Goff. He lettered in 1989 and ‘90. From 1997-2010, Gantt also served part time as a recruiting assistant with the UGA Athletic Association. During his 19 years working for the law firm of Cook, Noell, Tolley & Bates he served as a legal assistant, investigator, and process server. Gantt was named the recipient of 2012 Liberty Bell Award from the Western Circuit Bar Association.

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Christina Harris joined the University of Georgia Football Staff March 2016 as the Director of Recruiting Administration. Prior to arriving at Georgia, Harris spent four years as the Director of Football Academic services at Samford. She oversaw all aspects of the day-to-day academic operation for the football program. During her tenure at Samford, the Bulldog program was ranked in the 98th percentile of Graduate Success Rate (GSR) amongst FCS schools, tied with Princeton and Columbia University. Harris also spent three years working at UAB as an advisor, monitoring academic progress for the football and bowling teams. She began working in collegiate athletics at Duke as the assistant academic coordinator for several teams, including football. Previously, Harris worked in the Durham Public School System as a counselor. Harris earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (2005) and Master’s degree in Counselor Education (2008) from North Carolina Central. She was a member of the track and field program, where she earned All-America honors. She is actively involved in the National Association for Academic Advisors and serves as a faculty member for the Professional Development Institute (PDI) within the organization. footballuga

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Hannah Brinks

Bradley Brown

Dallas Crawford

Wendel Davis

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Director of Football Performance Nutrition

Jay Johnson joined the Georgia staff as an offensive quality control analyst in February of 2017. The Lakeville, Minn., native has more than two decades of experience coaching offensive football. He came to Georgia after one season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Minnesota. Previously, Johnson had coordinated the offense for five seasons at Louisiana, which set program records in every major category during his time there. Johnson has also served as offensive coordinator at Augsburg University, Truman State and Southern Miss and has also coached on the offensive side of the ball at Kansas, Louisville and Central Michigan. Johnson was a three-time All-Gateway Conference quarterback at Northern Iowa, where he led the Panthers to a 31-8 record. Northern Iowa won three conference championships and appeared in the playoffs three times as well. Johnson finished his career with almost 500 completions and threw for more than 8,000 yards and 58 touchdowns.

JOHN MESHAD Director of Athletic Equipment

John Meshad began working for the Athletic Association in 2002 as an intern in the Athletic Director’s office. In 2004 he was named Assistant Equipment Manager for the football team. He was a part of the 2005 SEC Championship team. After the 2006 season he was promoted to the position of Head Equipment Manager for the Bulldogs. John and his staff have played an integral role in the various uniform changes in the past and have been instrumental in equipping the team with the most advanced football equipment on the market. John has served on several advisory boards with Nike and is currently an active member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association. John was named the Director of Athletic Equipment for The University of Georgia in 2011. Meshad attended UGA in 1995-96 when he first started working as a student manager under the late Dave Allen. He finished his degree at The University of Montana where he majored in communications and earned a minor in history. While in Montana he also developed an interest in fly fishing. A native of Mobile, Ala., Meshad attended McGill-Toolen High School where he lettered in football for three years. He is married to the former Nichole Lee Kendrick of Macon and the couple have two sons, Michael, 4, and John Wallace, 2.

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Sidney Roberts, a native of Birmingham, Ala., joined Georgia’s football performance nutrition staff

in June of 2015. Before coming to UGA, Roberts served as a sports nutrition assistant at the University of Alabama from 2014-2015 under Amy Bragg. From 2010-2014, Roberts interned as a nutrition assistant for the University of Alabama. She also completed a dietetics internship through the University of Alabama’s Coordinated Program. Roberts received her bachelor’s degree in food nutrition from the University of Alabama and master’s degree in human performance also from Alabama. In addition to being a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, she is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. The former Sidney Smith and her husband Nolan Roberts were married in April of 2018.

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Dacia King

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JAKE STROOT Director of Football Technology

Jake Stroot joined the Georgia staff in the spring of 2017 as the director of football technology, following three years in a similar capacity at the University of Louisville. A three-time winner of the Collegiate Sports Video Association Ultimate SAVVY Award for the best collegiate highlight video in the nation, Stroot oversees all video components for the Georgia football program. Before joining the staff at Louisville, Stroot spent 15 years as the video coordinator at Appalachian State, where he directed all the video operations for the Mountaineers’ football program. He was responsible for the installation and design of a $1 million upgrade of the video technology in the ASU athletics complex. While directing the video operations at his alma mater, Stroot was the Collegiate Sports Video Association At-Large Video Coordinator of the Year in 2009 and 2010. Most recently, he was named 2018 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year. Prior to taking over the video department, Stroot served as the school’s Distance Learning Services Manager from 2004-06, where he was responsible for the distance learning video teleconferencing center. Stroot, a four-time member of the dean’s list, earned a communications degree with a minor in computer information systems from ASU in 2004. Stroot is married to the former Ashleigh Rideout. The couple has three sons, Peyton, Remi and Beau, and a daughter, Aislyn.

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Will Price

Rodney Prince

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Adam Ray

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Neyland Raper

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Fernando Velasco

Jamil Walker

Assistant Director Player Development

Travares Tillman

Wil Wells

Gage Whitten

Jay Valai

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Dr. Fred Reifsteck, MD

Hailey Tanner Administrative Assistant

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Head Physician

Dr. Fred Reifsteck serves as the head team physician for the UGA Athletic Association, and practices in the Sports Medicine Clinic at the University Health Center. Dr. Reifsteck is board certified in family medicine with a certificate of added qualification in sports medicine. He has a BA in Biology from Knox College in Galesburg, Ill., a MS in Microbiology from Illinois State University and a MD from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He completed a residency at the Methodist Medical Center of Illinois in Peoria. He has been at UGA since December 2003. He was the 2015 recipient of the Jack C. Hughston Physician of the Year Award, presented by the Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association. Dr. Reifsteck had been in private practice in the Atlanta area for the previous 13 years, and was a team physician at Georgia State and Clayton State before joining the staff at UGA. He resides in Athens with his wife Joyce and their son Fred IV. Last April, Reifsteck was named the 2018 recipient of the Bill Powell Service Award, given annually to honor outstanding service to the UGA Athletic Association.

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KENDALL BAKER

Miami, Florida Miami Northwestern High School

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Career Highs * 10 tackles vs. Florida, 2016 * 1 forced fumble vs. Tenn., 2016

* 1 INT (5x), last vs. Alabama, 2018 * 28-yard INT return vs. ULL, 2016

2017 Played in all 15 games, starting in 14...finished season with 44 total stops, fourth-best among all defenders...led the Bulldogs in pass breakups with nine, including three vs. South Carolina, and was also second on team with three interceptions...final pick of the year came vs. Alabama in CFP Championship Game...was credited with two tackles in the Rose Bowl...had five solo tackles, one for a 4-yard loss, vs. Auburn in SEC Championship Game...snagged Georgia’s first interception of the year vs. Miss. State, returning it for 22 yards...also made seven tackles (5 solo) and had two QB hurries against MSU...second INT of the season came at Georgia Tech and snuffed a Tech scoring threat in the end zone...recorded four tackles (one solo) and two pass breakups at Notre Dame... had three tackles and a pass breakup vs. Missouri...had one tackle vs. App State...recipient of the Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in 12 games, starting in seven...had 31 total stops, including one QB sack for a 10-yard loss...had a team-best, career-high 10 total tackles (5+5) vs. Florida...first career interception came at Kentucky...second INT came vs. Louisiana, which he returned 28 yards...forced a TD-saving fumble vs. Tennessee...had two solo tackles in Liberty Bowl win, as well as a fourth-quarter, fourth-down pass breakup that ended TCU’s final drive...had seven solo tackles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup at South Carolina...credited with two tackles and one pass breakup vs. Auburn...recipient of the Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship.

2017 Appeared in all 15 games, making 14 starts at left guard...first start of the year came in the second week of the season on the road at Notre Dame......one of two offensive winners of the “Up Front” award at team’s post-season awards gala...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. 2016 Saw his first action of the season vs. Ole Miss...also appeared in the Louisiana game...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. 2015 Played in three games...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. 2014 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. High School Marist, coached by Alan Chadwick...member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2013 Super 11 and Class 4-A All-State Team...named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class 4-A All-State First-Team Offense...Rivals. com four-star prospect, #177 player nationally, #10 DL nationally, #15 player in the state...during his senior season, tallied 55 tackles en route to leading Marist to 11-3 season. Personal Full name: KENDALL JEVON BAKER...Major: Sociology.

MICHAEL BARNETT

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Dorchester, South Carolina Woodland High School

Appeared in 11 games...first career tackle against South Carolina...recipient of the John Tillman Football Scholarship. High School Miami Northwestern, coached by Eddie Brown...2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #56 ranked CB nationally...Scout.com three-star prospect, #59 ranked CB nationally, #7 ranked CB in Florida, #22 ranked CB in the South region...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #88 overall prospect in the state of Florida in the composite rankings, #45 CB and #55 overall prospect in the state of Florida in 247Sports.com specific rankings...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #71 ranked CB nationally...recorded one tackle in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...all-state track and field performer in the 200- and 400-meter dash during his junior year. Personal Full name: DEANDRE LAMAR BAKER...Major: Housing Management & Policy Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. Q BP 2015 11/0 1 0 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 12/7 21 10 31 1.0/10 1.0/10 1 1 6 2 1 15/14 30 14 44 0.0/0 1.0/4 0 0 9 3 0 2017 Total 38/21 52 24 76 1.0/10 2.0/14 1 1 15 5 1

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94 Career Highs * 2 tackles (3x); last: at Ga. Tech in 2017 2017 Played in 12 of the last 13 gamess...had two tackles in wins vs. Kentucky and Georgia Tech...had with one tackle assist vs. Samford...one of four winners of Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year, given at team’s post-season awards gala...recipient of the James E. Farish Football Scholarship. 2016 Redshirted...Recipient of the James E. Farish Football Scholarship. 2015 Appeared in seven games...five total tackles...career-best two tackles against Auburn...first career tackle against Florida and had a QB hurry...enrolled at UGA in January...UGA J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Honor Roll...

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TRAY BISHOP

High School Woodland...coached by Mathis Burnette...Prepstar 300 player...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #22 ranked DE nationally, #6 overall prospect in the state of South Carolina, ESPN Top 300 recruit...Scout.com four-star prospect, #27 ranked DE nationally, #13 ranked DE in the South region, #2 ranked DE in South Carolina...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #203 ranked player in the country, #13 strong side DE, #3 overall prospect in the state of South Carolina...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #4 overall prospect in the state of South Carolina...named to the South Carolina Football Coaches Association 2014 Palmetto Champions Lower State All-Star Team...selected to the 2014 South Carolina Shrine Bowl. Personal Full name: MICHAEL JERMAINE BARNETT...Major: Communication Studies. Career Statistics Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2015 7/0 0 5 5 0.0/0 2017 12/0 4 1 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 Total 18/0 4

ROBERT BEAL, Jr. Lawrenceville, Georgia Peachtree Ridge High School

Dawson, Georgia Terrell County High School DB RFr. 6-3 210 SQ

12 2017 Redshirted...recipient of the Bill and Susan Robbins Family Scholarship. High School Terrell County, coached by William Huff…Selected to represent the East in the 2017 U.S. Army All America Game, listed as a RB…ESPN.com four-star prospect, #6 ranked ATH and #97 overall prospect nationally…Rivals.com 3-star prospect, #39 ATH nationally and #40 overall in Georgia…247Sports. com 4-star prospect, #19 CB nationally, #14 overall prospect in Georgia… Scout 4-star prospect, #156 overall prospect and #10 ATH in the country… Led the Greenwave to a 7-4 record as a quarterback and a first round appearance in the 2016 GHSA Class A Playoffs. Personal Full name: DETRAVION T. BISHOP...Major: Human Development & Family Science.

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RODRIGO BLANKENSHIP Marietta, Georgia Sprayberry High School

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2017 Redshirted...recipient of the J. Harold Harrison Football Scholarship.

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High School Peachtree Ridge, coached by Mark Fleetwood...PrepStar Magazine 5-star prospect, #27 overall player nationally and Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN. com 5-star prospect, #2 defensive end nationally, #3 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com 4-star prospect, #9 weakside defensive end nationally, #177 overall prospect nationally...247Sports.com 4-star prospect, #8 weakside defensive end nationally, #11 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout. com 4-star prospect, #15 defensive end nationally and #115 overall prospect nationally...Dawg Post #16 overall prospect in Georgia...Participant in the Under Armour All-American Game on Team Highlight...led team to a 6-6 record in 2016…Recorded 18 tackles, a tackle for loss, an interception and a touchdown in five games in 2016. Personal Full name: ROBERT ERWIN BEAL, Jr....Major: Journalism.

Career Highs * 4 FGs at Kentucky in 2016; vs. Missouri in 2017 * Long FG: 55 vs. Oklahoma, 2018 2017 Connected on 20 of 23 field goal tries, the sixth-best FG pct (86.9) in UGA history...his 123 points were the third-highest total in school history...earned a spot on ESPN’s All-Bowl team...career-long 55-yard FG vs. Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl Game, setting UGA bowl and Rose Bowl records...also added a 38-yard field goal in the first overtime to hand Georgia the 48-45 lead...perfect on three FG tries vs. Alabama in the CFP Championship Game, including a 51-yarder in OT...tied career high with four field goals vs. Missouri...his 17 points vs. the Tigers were the second-most by a kicker in UGA history...was perfect on 63 PATs, the second-highest total in UGA history...sixty-seven of his 94 kickoffs resulted in touchbacks, a UGA record...was awarded an athletic grant-in-aid just before the Notre Dame game, which he announced to the team in the victorious locker room...one of three winners of the “Special Teams Most Improved” award at team’s post-season awards gala...earned a spot on the 2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...winner of sophomore GPA award after spring drills...also winner of team Community Service Award after spring drills...recipient of the James G. and Michael J. Faherty Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in all 13 games...named to the Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team... team’s leading scorer with 68 points...14x18 on field goals...his 77.8 success pct. ranked 6th among SEC kickers...26x26 on PAT kicks...career-best per

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formance came at Kentucky, when he converted all four FG attempts, including the game-winner as time expired...was 2x3 FGs and had touchbacks on 3 of 4 kickoffs vs. Auburn...booted three FGs vs. Vanderbilt, including a thencareer-best 45-yarder...Fall 2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2015 Redshirted. High School Sprayberry High School, coached by Billy Shackelford...three-time Special Teams Player of the Year ...made seven of 10 FG attempts as a senior, including makes of 56 and 51 yards... also averaged 46 yards as the Jackets’ punter ...selected to play in 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Personal

High School Mater Academy Charter, coached by Rocco Casullo…ESPN.com 3-star prospect #42 CB in the nation…247Sports.com 3-star prospect, #42 CB nationally, #48 player in the state of Florida…Rivals.com 3-star prospect, #39 CB nationally, #77 player in the state of Florida…Scout 3-star prospect, #46 CB nationally, #7 CB in the state of Florida…helped his team to an 11-2 record, reaching the FHSAA Class 7A state quarterfinals…in 2016 he recorded 55 tackles, three INTs, one forced fumble, three fumble recoveries, and scored two TDs. Personal Full name: LATAVIOUS RON BRINI...Major: Human Development & Family Science.

Full name: RODRIGO JOHN BLANKENSHIP...Major: Digital and Broadcast Journalism.

BROOKS BUCE Norcross, Georgia Greater Atlanta Christian School

TREY BLOUNT Atlanta, Georgia Pace Academy

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2017 Played in 14 games and drew his first starting assignment at WR in the SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn... recipient of the William J. MacKenna Football Scholarship. High School Pace Academy, coached by Chris Slade…PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #258 player nationally on the Top 350 All-American…ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #71 WR nationally, #49 player in the state of Georgia… 247Sports.com 4-star prospect, #321 player nationally, #47 WR nationally, #33 player in the state of Georgia…Rivals.com 4-star prospect, #27 WR nationally, #25 player in the state of Georgia…Scout 4-star prospect, #254 overall prospect and #33 WR prospect nationally…Dawg Post #26 player in the state of Georgia…2016 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA Honorable Mention… Helped Pace Academy to a 10-4 finish in the 2016 season where he caught 23 passes for 403 yards--19.2 yards per catch…Caught 36 passes for 642 receiving yards during his junior season.

2018 Participated in spring drills and kicked for the victorious Black team at the annual G-Day intrasquad game...missed a pair of field-goal attempts but connected on all three PATs...three of his four kickoffs resulted in touchbacks. High School Greater Atlanta Christian, coached by Tim Hardy and Clay Cox…First-Team All-State placekicker his senior year….broke his own school record for longest field goal at 54 yards…also owns school record in field goals in a season (12 of 17), career field goals (24) and touchbacks in a game (9)…Senior Elite Classic and All-Metro 1st Teams…Region Specialist of the Year by the AJC…named First-Team All-State punter by the AJC and the Associated Press his junior year with 63 touchbacks on the season…in addition to football, played lacrosse and baseball. Personal Full name: Brooks Ryan Buce...son of Kristi and Doug Buce…both brothers, Trevor and Sawyer, attended Georgia…Major: Sport Management.

MICHAIL CARTER

Personal Full name: JOSEPH CECIL BLOUNT...Major: Marketing.

Jackson, Georgia Jackson High School

LATAVIOUS BRINI

DL Jr. 6-3 295 2VL

Miami Gardens, Florida Mater Academy Charter School

76

DB RFr. 6-2 196 SQ

36 2017 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Neel Family Scholarship.

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WR So. 6-2 200 1VL

14

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Career Highs * 2 tackles vs. Louisiana, 2016; at Tennessee, 2017 2017 Appeared in 13 games...had six total stops...had two stops, including one for lost yardage, in win at Tennessee...had one tackle against Samford and one assisted vs. Appalachian State...recipient of the Heyward Allen Football Scholarship.

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2016 Appeared in seven games...credited with two assisted tackles vs. Louisiana... assisted on a fourth-quarter tackle at South Carolina...recipient of the Heyward Allen Football Scholarship. High School Jackson, coached by Dary Myricks...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #127 overall player nationally and Top 150 Dream Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect, #9 DT nationally, #7 overall player in Georgia…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #8 DT nationally, #89 overall prospect nationally and #14 overall prospect in Georgia…247Sports.com four-star prospect, #27 DT nationally, #23 overall prospect in Georgia…Scout four-star prospect, #170 overall player and #21 DT nationally...Dawg Post #5 DT and #16 overall prospect in Georgia...2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-State Class AAA defense… named to the 2015 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAA First-Team defense…helped lead team to an 11-1 record and the semifinals of the Class AAA playoffs.

star prospect, #159 overall prospect and #18 DT in the country…Dawg Post #14 overall prospect and #4 DT in Georgia…Participant in Offense-Defense Diamonds in the Rough game…Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State Honorable Mention. Personal Full name: TYLER BERNARD CLARK…Major: Sociology Career Defensive Statistics Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 13/0 7 14 21 0.5/5 1.5/7 0 0 0 0 4 2017 14/12 18 23 41 2.5/14 6.0/21 0 0 0 0 6 Total 27/12 25 37 62 3.0/19 7.5/28 0 0 0 0 10

BEN CLEVELAND

Personal

Toccoa, Georgia Stephens County High School

Full name: MICHAIL MONTEZ CARTER…Major: Sociology Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 7/0 0 3 3 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2017 13/0 4 2 6 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 20/0 4 5 9 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 1

TYLER CLARK Americus, Georgia Americus-Sumter County High School DL Jr. 6-4 300 2VL

52 Career Highs * 5 tackles v. Louisiana, 2016

* 2.0 tackles for loss vs. Oklahoma, 2018

2017 Played in 14 games, with 12 starts, including the last 10 contests...had 41 total stops, including 6.0 for lost yardage, 2.5 sacks and six QB pressures...matched career high of five tackles in each of the two CFP contests, including two stops for lost yardage and one sack for a loss of nine yards vs. Oklahoma...two tackles vs. Mississippi State...collected four total tackles (one solo) with one tackle for a loss of two yards and a QB hurry at Notre Dame..another tackle for lost yardage at Tennessee...made the first start of his career against App State with two assisted tackles...defensive winner of the Own the Trenches award after spring drills...recipient of the Griffin Athletic Scholarship. 2016 Played in all 13 games...had 21 total stops, including 1.5 tackles for loss and an assisted QB sack...also credited with four QB pressures...season-best five tackles vs. Louisiana...had four tackles and assisted on a second-quarter QB sack at South Carolina...made three assisted tackles against Nicholls...made two tackles (1 solo, 1 assisted) at Missouri...had a pair of assists in win vs. Auburn...his lone tackle at Kentucky resulted in a two-yard loss...recipient of the Atlanta-Greensboro Football Scholarship.

OL RSo. 6-6 340 1VL

74 2017 Played in all 15 games...started the last five games at right guard...also participated on punt and placement kick units...recipient of the Michael A. Kahn Family Football Scholarship.  2016 Redshirted...member of the scout team...graduated early from high school and enrolled at UGA in January 2016...participated in spring drills...recipient of the Michael A. Kahn Family Football Scholarship. High School Stephens County, coached by Frank Barden...2016 U.S. Army All-American...2015 MaxPreps Second-Team All-American...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #119 overall prospect in the country, #6 OG nationally, #6 prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #222 overall prospect in the country, #13 OG nationally, #23 prospect in Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect, #118 prospect in the country, #7 OG nationally...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #37 prospect in the nation on Top 150 Dream Team...247Sports. com five-star prospect, #9 OT nationally, #11 prospect in Georgia...Dawg Post #10 overall prospect and No. 1 OG in Georgia…2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 in Georgia and All-State first team...2015 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State First Team...Helped lead his team to the playoffs in all four years of his high school career...A two-sport athlete who also shined on the baseball field at Stephens County. Personal Full name: BENJAMIN KEITH CLEVELAND...Major: Criminal Justice.

High School Americus-Sumter County High, coached by Dexter Dawson...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, All-Southeast Region … 247Sports.com fourstar prospect, #25 DT nationally, #22 prospect in Georgia...ESPN four-star prospect, #30 DT nationally, #33 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #22 DT nationally, #30 prospect in Georgia...Scout four-

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BRENTON COX Stockbridge, Georgia Stockbridge High School OLB Fr. 6-4 250 HS

1 2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring practice...credited with five tackles, including a QB sack, in the annual G-Day spring game. High School Stockbridge, coached by Kevin Whitley...selected to represent Team Highlights in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game...2017 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Preseason Super 11...2017 All-State Class 5A First-Team defense by both the AJC and the AP...ESPN.com five-star prospect, #11 in the ESPN 300, #8 overall prospect in the Southeast, #5 ranked DE nationally, #3 overall prospect in Georgia...247sports.com five-star prospect, #2 strongside DE nationally, #5 player in state of Georgia, #23 player nationally... PrepSar Magazine five-star prospect, ranked #26 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #2 overall DE, #5 player in state of Georgia, #33 prospect nationally...Led Stockbridge to the quarterfinals of the 2017 GHSA Class 5A State Playoffs and a 13-1 record... tallied 42 tackles, five sacks, 9.5 tackles for a loss, a fumble forced and a fumble recovered as a senior...selected as an outstanding Final Five Defensive Lineman at Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals...one of six players named in 2017 Preseason Henry County HS Football “Super Six...2016 All-State Class 5A First Team defense by the AJC, AP and the Georgia Coaches Association (South) as a junior...amassed 75 total tackles, 18 sacks, eight TFL, six pass deflections, a fumble recovery and blocked a field goal as a junior...prior to Stockbridge, he spent two years at Miller Grove High School in Lithonia. Personal Full name: BRENTON ALEXANDER COX, Jr...Major: Business.

TAE CROWDER Hamilton, Georgia Harris County High School ILB Jr. 6-3 228 1VL

30 2017 Appeared in all 15 games and had seven total stops, including two at Georgia Tech and two at Vanderbilt...biggest contribution of the season, however, came as a member of the Bulldogs’ KO return unit...fielded a “squib” kickoff by Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl game, enabling Georgia to kick a field goal as the first half expired...recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship.  2016 Moved to ILB in mid-season from his RB position...saw his first action of the season vs. Louisiana...rushed for two TDs and played most of the way at tailback for the victorious Black team at the annual G-Day intrasquad spring game...recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship. 2015 Redshirted...recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship.

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High School Harris County, coached by Dwight Jones…Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Second-Team All-State in Class AAAAA…named to the AJC All-State Honorable Mention in Class AAAAA...Scout.com three-star prospect...247Sports.com two-star prospect, #269 WR and #214 overall prospect in the state of Georgia in the composite rankings, three-star prospect #221 WR and #181 overall prospect in the state of Georgia in 247sports.com specific rankings...Rivals. com two-star prospect...saw significant playing time at both WR and RB for the Tigers...rushed for 1,665 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior, also recorded 204 yards and two touchdowns receiving…two-sport athlete while at Harris County as three-year member of the varsity basketball team. Personal Full name: DEQUARTAVOUS “TAE” CROWDER...Major: Int’l. Affairs. Career Statistics Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 1/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 2017 13/0 3 4 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 15/0 3 4 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

AHKIL CRUMPTON Philadelphia, Pennsylvania L.A. Valley College / West Catholic HS WR

Sr.

5-9

175

1VL

25 Career Highs * 2 receptions @Vandy, 2017 * Long rec. of 78 yards @GT, 2017 * Punt Return: 6 yds vs. Florida, 2017

* 78 receiving yds. @GT, 2017 * KOR: 19 yds. vs. App. St., 2017

2017 Played in 13 games...had five receptions for 96 yards, one kickoff return (19 yds.) and two punt returns (6 yds.)...caught Georgia’s longest pass of the season, a 78-yard scoring play at Georgia Tech...caught two passes for 17 yards in extensive playing time at Vandy...also caught one pass vs. Missouri...recipient of the Jack Davis Honorary Football Scholarship. Junior College Los Angeles Valley (Calif.) CC, coached by Matthew White ...2016 All-America CC First Team Offense as PR...All-California Region IV First Team Offense as Returner...First Team All-Conference (Pacific League) for two different positions (KR & PR)...helped lead the Monarchs to an undefeated 11-0 season capped by an American Division Pacific Championship Bowl win...MVP award of the bowl game with 253 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns...In 2016, totaled 1,004 yards and six TDs on 16 kickoffs for 690 yards and 10 punts for 314 yards...Averaged 41.3 yards per kick return and 31.4 yards per punt return...Tallied 41 receptions for 477 yards. High School West Catholic, coached by Brian Fluck ... aided in three straight catholic league titles and city league titles ... All-State and All-Catholic WR and DB for junior and season seasons ... Also played basketball and track. Personal Full name: AHKIL NASIR CRUMPTON...son of Keira Crumpton... Major: Social Work...2018 Coffee County Hustle Award winner. Year 2017

G/GS 11/0

Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 5 96 19.2 8.7 1 78 GT

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MICHAEL D’ANGOLA

WARREN ERICSON

Suwanee, Georgia Ga. Perimeter / N. Gwinnett HS

Suwanee, Georgia North Gwinnett High School

P Sr. 6-2 196 SQ

OL Fr. 6-4 315 HS

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2016-2017 Member of scout team...punted twice for the Black team in the 2018 G-Day annual spring game, for a 37.0 average. 2014-2015 Member of the football program at Towson University in 2014. Enrolled at Georgia Perimeter College in 2015. High School North Gwinnett, coached by Bob Sphire...team was three-time regional champs and reached the 2013 state finals, reaching the 2012 quarterfinals…scored two game-winning field goals in the playoffs...named second-team all-state and first -team all-county...also participated in soccer. Personal Full name: MICHAEL V. D’ANGOLA ... major: Sport Management.

2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring practice High School North Gwinnett, coached by Bill Stewart...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #349 overall prospect nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #231 overall prospect nationally, #12 offensive guard, and the #27 overall prospect in Georgia... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #230 overall prospect nationally, #14 OG and #28 in the state...led North Gwinnett to a 14-1 record, the Region 7-7A title and the GHSA Class 7A State title in 2017, along with a No. 2 ranking in Georgia and No. 22 ranking nationally...NGHS offense averaged 223.9 rushing yards per game and 180.7 passing yards per game in 2017. Personal Full name: WARREN ERICSON...Major: Sport Management.

WILLIE ERDMAN

JUSTIN FIELDS

Merritt Island, Florida Melbourne Central High School

Kennesaw, Georgia Harrison High School

WR RSo. 5-10 191

QB Fr. 6-3 225 HS

SQ

1

19 2017

2018

Participated on scout team...one of four recipients of Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year, given at the team’s annual awards gala.

Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring practice...completed 18 of 33 passes for 207 yards and 1 TD in annual G-Day spring game.

2016

High School

Redshirted...participated on scout team. High School Melbourne, coached by Mike Rizzi...scored three receiving touchdowns and rushed for two as a senior...also participated in baseball...member of 2013 state championship baseball team. Personal Full name: WILLIAM R. CHAPLOW ERDMAN...brother, Michael, played football at Georgia and lettered in 2014...two other brothers, Ray and Max, played football at Miami and Florida Tech, respectively...Major: Business Management.

Harrison, coached by Matt Dickmann...247sports.com five-star prospect... Ranked as the #2 overall prospect nationally, the #2 prospect in the Southeast, the #1 dual-threat QB and the #2 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, ranked #2 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com five-star prospect, #1 overall nationally, the #1 QB and #1 in the state...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #2 overall, #1 QB-DT and #2 in Georgia...MVP of the 2017 Elite 11 Quarterback Competition...totaled 4,187 passing yards, 41 passing TDs, 2,096 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns in two years as a starter at Harrison...2018 Mr. Georgia Football by the Touchdown Club of Atlanta...named the AJC and AP 2017 Class 6A Offensive Player of the Year, in addition to being named First-Team AllState by both...semifinalist for the Maxwell Football Club’s 2018 National High School Player of the Year Award...2018 Player of the Year by the Cobb County Touchdown Club...2017 Preseason AJC Super 11...named a 2017 Preseason First-Team All-American by both the USA Today and MaxPreps... led Harrison to a 10-2 record and a second-round berth in the GHSA Class 6A State Playoffs in 2016...2016 AP Class 6A Second Team offense...also played SS and 2B for the Harrison varsity baseball team. Personal Full name: JUSTIN SKYLER FIELDS...Major: Business.

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SEAN FOGARTY Savannah, Georgia Savannah State Univ. / Benedictine HS OL Gr. 6-4 295 1VL

68 2017 Played in nine of 15 games, seeing time as a backup center...offensive winner of the Outstanding Walkon Award after spring drills. 2016 Sat out 2016 season after transferring from Savannah State. 2015 (Savannah State) Earned Third-Team All-MEAC honors...named a weekly MEAC Top Performer twice during the season. 2014 (Savannah State) Redshirted. High School Benedictine, coached by Danny Brit...Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-State Class AA Offense...Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AA Second-Team Offense...voted captain by his teammates...helped his team to a 13-1 record and a berth in the state semifinals. Personal Full name: SEAN ARTHUR FOGARTY....completed his undergraduate degree in History during Spring Semester, 2018.

through the first two quarters, including a career-long 59-yard TD pass to Terry Godwin on the first play of the game...picked up first career start in a road win at Notre Dame the second week of 2017 season...completed 16of-29 passes for 141 yards and one TD against the Irish...only the second Bulldog freshman ever to record his first career start on the road (Eric Zeier, ‘91)...made collegiate debut after an injury to starter Jacob Eason in the first quarter against Appalachian State...completed 10-of-15 passes for 143 yards and one TD against ASU...early enrollee who participated in spring drills... completed 14 of 23 passes for 277 yards and 2 TDs for the Red team in the G-Day game...recipient of the Jack and Joy Davis Football Scholarship.   High School Houston County, coached by Von Lassiter...Selected to represent the East in the 2016 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...Parade Magazine All-America Honorable Mention…American Family Insurance 2016 USA Today All-USA Second-Team Offense...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #41 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #132 player nationally, #7 QB nationally, #17 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #20 player nationally, #3 QB nationally, #3 player in the state of Georgia...Scout five-star prospect, #28 overall prospect and #3 QB prospect nationally...2016 AJC Georgia Super 11 and 2016 Class 6A Offensive Player of the Year...2016 Georgia Sports Writers Class 6A Offensive Player of the Year...Passed for 12,745 yards and 116 TDs throughout 46 career games...Completed 244 passes of 383 attempts for 3,910 passing yards during the 2016 season...Also completed 249 of 421 attempts to total 4,073 passing yards and 36 TDs as a junior. Personal Full name: WILLIAM JACOB FROMM...Major: Finance. Career Passing Stats Year G/GS Cmp. Att. Pct. Yds. INT TD Eff. LG 2017 15/14 181 291 62.2 2615 7 24 160.09 80 UA Career Rushing Stats Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2017 15/14 55 79 1.4 5.3 3 21 UK

JAKE FROMM

LAMONT GAILLARD

Warner Robins, Georgia Houston County High School

Fayetteville, North Carolina Pine Forest High School

QB So. 6-2 225 1VL

C Sr. 6-2 308 2VL

11 * 2017 Coaches’ SEC Freshman of the Year * * 2017 Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC * * 2017 AP SEC Co-Newcomer of the Year *

Career Highs:

* 326 passing yds. vs. Missouri, 2017 * 3 passing TD vs. Samford, 2017 * 20 completions vs. Oklahoma, 2018 * 29 attempts vs. Alabama, 2018 * Long completion of 80 yards vs. Alabama, 2018

2017 Played in 15 games, making 14 starts...ranked ninth nationally in passing efficiency (160.1)...third-most passing yards in a single season (2,615) by a UGA freshman...season high in passing yards (326) came in win over Missouri...named SEC Freshman of the Week three times: vs. Miss. State (9/12/201/2 TD); vs. Missouri (18/26/326/2 TD); and at Ga. Tech (12/16/24/2 TD)...completed 16 of 22 passes for 183 yards and two TDs in SEC Championship Game...hit 20-of-29 passes with two touchdowns in the Rose Bowl Game...one of his most efficient games came vs. South Carolina (16x22, 196 yards, 2 TDs)...also threw a key block on Georgia’s first TD run of the game, an 8-yarder by Sony Michel...completed 7-of-15 passes for 84 yards, with one passing TD and two more by rushing,  at Tennessee...  named to Maxwell Award Watch List...started the MSU game with a perfect 8-for-8 passing

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53 2017 Appeared in 15 games, starting all 15 at center, after playing the 2016 season at guard...winner of the Own the Trenches award after spring drills, when he moved from guard to center...recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in 13 games, making 13 starts...received the offense’s Most Improved award at the conclusion of spring practice...recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship. 2015 Played in two games...recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship...moved to offensive line after redshirt season as a defensive lineman. 2014 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship...UGA J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Honor Roll. High School Pine Forest, coached by Bill Sochovka...2014 Under Armour All-American... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #5 DT and #53

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overall player in the country...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #4 ranked DT nationally, #3 overall prospect in North Carolina, #32 overall prospect in the Southeast region, ESPN Top 300 prospect, #55 overall prospect nationally... Scout.com four-star prospect, #13 DT nationally, #4 overall player in N.C., #46 overall prospect in the Southeast, #147 overall prospect nationally...2013 Mid South All Conference First Team, recording 82 tackles as a senior. Personal Full name: LAMONT ROCKARIUS GAILLARD...Major: Sociology.

DEANGELO GIBBS Oxford, Georgia Grayson High School DB So. 6-1 205 1VL

for 51 yards in the Rose Bowl, highlighted by two key grabs on the Bulldogs’ game-tying drive late in regulation...two catches for 70 yards, including a 47-yard TD reception at Vanderbilt...scored on the game’s first play vs. Miss. State on a 59-yard flea flicker pass...set new career highs with 98 yards receiving and two TDs vs. Samford...pulled down a one-handed 5-yard TD reception at Notre Dame...finished with two catches for 36 yards vs. the Irish... winner of Hugh Hendrix Award, given to player that most strains his potential, after spring drills...recipient of the Mobley Family Football Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in 13 games, making four starts...team’s 2nd-leading receiver with 38 catches for 397 yards...caught team-best five passes for 57 yards vs. Florida...also led team with four catches (for 23 yards) vs. Louisiana...had five catches for 53 yards, both team highs, vs. Ga. Tech...had three catches for 35 yards in win at Kentucky, including a 16-yarder on game-winning drive in 4th quarter...scored his only TD of the season on a 43-yard onside KO return at South Carolina...recipient of the Mobley Family Football Scholarship. 2015

Appeared in six games and had three total stops...posted an assisted tackle vs. Mississippi State...made two tackles against App State...early enrollee who participated in spring drills...had three tackles for Black team in G-Day spring game. High School

Played in 13 games with nine starts...recipient of one of team’s Newcomer of the Year awards...second on the team with 35 receptions for 379 yards...two receiving TDs...seven rushes for 47 yards...four punt returns for 58 yards... earned TaxSlayer Bowl MVP honors; completed a 44-yard TD pass and became the first non-QB to throw a TD pass for the Bulldogs since 2005 and was the first Bulldog wideout to throw a TD pass since 1998; also had a 17yard TD catch and finished with four receptions for 34 yards...led the team with a career-best eight catches for 78 yards at Ga. Tech...recipient of the Mobley Family Football Scholarship. High School

Grayson, coached by Jeff Herron...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #20 overall player nationally and Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com fivestar prospect, #2 athlete nationally, #1 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals. com four-star prospect, #6 athlete nationally, #132 overall prospect nationally and #12 overall prospect in Georgia...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #4 safety nationally and #6 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout.com five-star prospect, #1 athlete nationally and #25 overall prospect nationally...Participant in Under Armour All-American Game on Team Highlight...2016 AJC Georgia Super 11 and All-State Class 7A Defense...Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State Class 7A Defense...led team to a 14-1 record and a state title in 2016...2015 AJC All-State Class 6A defense while at Peachtree Ridge. Personal

Full name: TERRY TYROME GODWIN...Major: Sport Management.

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Full name: DEANGELO DEON GIBBS...Major: Management.

TERRY GODWIN Hogansville, Georgia Callaway High School WR Sr. 5-11 185 3VL

5 Career Highs

* 98 rec. yards vs. Samford, 2017 * 8 receptions at Ga. Tech, 2015 * 2 receiving TDs vs. Samford, 2017 * Long TD rec. of 59 yds vs. Miss. State, 2017 * Long rec. of 59 yards vs. Miss.State, 2017 * 4 rushing att. vs. Ky, 2015 * 26 rushing yards vs. Ky, 2015 * Long rush of 28 yds vs. Ky, 2015 * Long TD rush of 28 yards vs. Ky, 2015 * Long KO ret. of 43 yards vs. USC, 2016

2017 Played in 15 games, making 14 starts...Georgia’s second-leading receiver, with 38 catches for 639 yards and 6 TDs...averaged 16.8 yards per catch... had four catches for 48 yards in the CFP Championship Game vs. Alabama... the Bulldogs’ leading receiver in SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn, with five catches for 48 yards, 1 TD and a 2-point conversion catch...five catches

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Callaway, coached by Pete Wiggins...2014 American Family Insurance USA Today All-USA First-Team Defense...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #14 ranked player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team...Scout.com five-star prospect, #31 overall prospect, #6 WR overall, #4 ranked WR in the South... DawgPost #4 ranked player in Georgia...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #1 overall athlete, #1 overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #10 overall prospect nationally...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #5 ranked athlete in the nation and #7 overall prospect in Georgia...AJC 2014 Georgia Super 11 and Class 3A All-State Defense …2014 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State returner for Class AAA...also played basketball and baseball at Callaway. Personal

Career Receiving Stats Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 379 10.8 29.2 2 35 MIZ 397 10.4 30.5 0 38 UF 639 16.8 42.6 6 59 MSU 1415 12.7 34.5 8 59 MSU Career Rushing Stats Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2015 13/9 7 37 5.3 2.8 1 28 UK 2016 13/4 4 14 3.5 1.1 0 6 UNC Total 11 51 4.6 2.0 1 28 UK Career Passing Stats Year G/GS Cmp. Att. Pct. Yds. INT TD Eff. LG 2015 13/9 1 1 1.000 44 0 1 799.60 44 PSU 2016 13/4 0 2 .000 0 1 0 -100.0 -Total 1 3 .333 44 1 1 199.9 44 PSU Career Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2015 4 58 14.5 0 19 MIZ 2017 2 2 1.0 0 6 ASU Total 6 60 10.0 0 19 MIZ Career Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2015 1 27 27.0 0 27 PSU 2016 1 43 43.0 1 43 SC Total 2 70 35.0 1 43 SC Year 2015 2016 2017 Total

G/GS 13/9 13/4 15/14 41/27

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in the CFP Championship Game: a 1-yard rush and an 80-yard pass...named the Vince Dooley Special Teams MVP at the team’s post-season awards gala...8th nationally in punt returns (first in the SEC) at 11.8 yards/return and 21st in KO  returns (2nd in the SEC) at 25.3 yards/return...had five tackles on punt coverage unit, including three in 4th quarter vs. Alabama...four receptions in the SEC Championship game for 67 yards...had one 15-yard reception in the Rose Bowl...scored two TDs -- one rushing and one receiving -- vs. Missouri...caught three passes for 51 yards at Georgia Tech, including a 39-yarder...made first career start at wide receiver at Notre Dame and had a team-high four receptions for 27 yards...one of his three catches vs. South Carolina went for a 20-yard 3rd-quarter score...2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...moved from DB to WR for spring drills....recipient of the Ken and Jody Jackson Family Football Scholarship.

Played in all 15 games, with nine total stops, including 2.5 for lost yardage and three QB pressures...made two assisted tackles vs. Mississippi State... had one tackle for a loss of four yards vs. Samford...at Notre Dame made two solo tackles with one tackle for a loss of three yards...made one tackle in first collegiate game at Appalachian State...recipient of the Porter Otis Payne scholarship.

2016 Appeared in 11 games...Saw his first playing time at Mizzou...had special teams tackles in four games...two stops each vs. Florida and Louisiana...also saw action on kickoff return unit vs. Kentucky, Auburn and Louisiana...returned one kickoff 17 yards vs. the Ragin’ Cajuns...recipient of the Ken and Jody Jackson Family Football Scholarship.

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Cairo, coached by Tom Fallaw...PrepStar Magazine 4-star prospect, #219 overall player nationally and Top 350 All-American...ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #5 inside linebacker nationally and #22 overall prospect in Georgia... Rivals.com 3-star prospect, #17 inside linebacker nationally and #39 overall prospect in Georgia...247Sports.com 4-star prospect, #13 outside linebacker nationally, #200 overall prospect nationally and #21 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout.com 4-star prospect, #6 outside linebacker nationally and #100 overall prospect nationally...Dawg Post #9 overall prospect in Georgia...Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2016 All-State Class AAAA Player of the Year and All-State Class AAAA defense...Georgia Sportswriters Association 2016 All-State Class AAAA honorable mention... A two-way player at Cairo, posted 512 rushing yards on 82 carries with seven touchdowns in addition to 3.5 sacks and an interception in 2016...led team to an 11-2 record and a trip to the state quarterfinals in 2016.

Elbert County, coached by Sid Fritts...Selected to play in the 2016 U.S. Army All-America Bowl…scored a TD in the 2016 International Bowl vs. Canada…American Family Insurance 2015 USA Today All-USA Second-Team defense...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #26 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #48 player nationally, #2 ATH nationally, #5 player in the state of Georgia...247Sports.com fivestar prospect, #13 player nationally, #1 ATH nationally, #2 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #11 player nationally, #2 ATH nationally, #2 player in the state of Georgia...Scout five-star prospect, #16 overall prospect and, #2 ATH nationally...2015 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year...2015 GSWA Class 3A First-Team offense...2015 AJC Super 11 in Georgia and Class 3A All-State Offense... Played both QB and DB in high school, leading Elbert Co. to an 11-3 record and the quarterfinals of the 2015 GHSA Class 3A playoffs.

WALTER GRANT Cairo, Georgia Cairo High School LB So. 6-4 245 1VL

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Full name: WALTER LEE GRANT...Major: Sport Management.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 15/0 5 4 9 0.5/4 2.5/11 0 0 0 0 3

Full name: CAREY MECOLE HARDMAN…Major: Sport Management.

Career Statistics

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 418 16.7 27.9 3 80 UA Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2017 15/1 8 61 7.6 4.1 2 35 UK Punt Returns KO Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2016 ----------------------- 1 17 17.0 0 17 ULL 20 505 25.2 0 47 AU1 2017 23 271 11.8 0 30 AU1 Total 23 271 11.8 0 30 AU1 21 522 24.9 0 47 AU1 Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 0 0 0 0 0 2016 11/0 1 5 6 0.0/0 0.0/0 2017 15/1 4 1 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 26/1 5 6 11 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

Year 2017

MECOLE HARDMAN Bowman, Georgia Elbert County High School WR Jr. 5-11 183 2VL

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* 2017 AP All-SEC 2nd Team *

Career Highs: * 80 rec. yards vs. Alabama, 2018 * 4 rec. at ND, vs. Auburn2, 2017 * Long rec. of 80 yds vs. Ala., 2018 * Long rush of 35 yards vs. Mizz., 2017 * Long PR of 30 yds vs. Auburn1, 2017 * Long KOR of 47 yds vs. Auburn1, 2017 2017 Played in 15 games, making one start...finished season with 25 catches for 418 yards and 6 TDs (4 rec., 2 rush)...also had 1255 all-purpose yards, including season-high 203 at Auburn...scored both of Georgia’s TDs vs. Alabama

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DAQUAN HAWKINS-MUCKLE

JACKSON HARRIS Columbia, Tennessee Columbia Central High School

Atlanta, Georgia Westlake High School

TE Sr. 6-6 250 3VL

DT Sr. 6-4 310 3VL

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Career Highs * 2 receptions vs. USC, 2015 * Long rec. of 20 yards vs. USC, 2015 * 35 receiving yards vs. USC, 2015 2017 Appeared in 15 games, making one start (vs. App. State)...caught one pass for eight yards against Miss. State...had one reception for four yards against App. State...2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...winner of junior GPA award after spring drills...recipient of the William B. Jones Family Football Scholarship.  2016 Appeared in all 13 games, making one start...made just the second start of his career and caught one pass for 5 yards vs. Missouri...team’s leading receiver at G-Day spring game with seven catches for 53 yards...received one of the team GPA Awards (3.76) during spring drills...recipient of the Louis S. Sohn Jr. Football Scholarship...Fall 2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2015 Played in 12 games with one start...four receptions for 50 yards...earned first career start vs. Missouri...two catches for 35 yards vs. South Carolina...first career reception for 10 yards at Vanderbilt...enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring drills...recipient of the William B. Jones Family Football Scholarship... Named to SEC Fall 2015 Academic Honor Roll. High School Columbia Central, coached by Howard Stone...named PrepStar Magazine #225 ranked player nationally in the PrepStar Top 300 All-American… Rivals. com four-star prospect, #9 TE nationally, #10 player in Tennessee...ESPN. com four-star prospect, #212 player nationally, #5 TE nationally, #8 player in Tennessee...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #192 player nationally, #5 TE nationally, #7 player in Tennessee...Scout.com four-star prospect, #170 ranked overall player in the country, #6 ranked TE nationally, #2 in the South, #5 ranked overall player in Tennessee…played in the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Game...gained over 1200 yards receiving and nine TDs as a senior for Columbia Central.

Career High........................................................ * 6 tackles v. Florida, 2016 2017 Played in six games and had two total tackles...made one of the biggest plays in the SEC title game vs. Auburn when he blocked a Tiger field goal try in the third quarter...posted first tackle (solo) against MSU...had a tackle and batted down a pass at Vandy. 2016 Appeared in seven games, making five starts...had career-best six total stops vs. Florida before leaving the game because of injury...had five tackles (two solo, three assisted) against Nicholls...had three tackles vs. Vanderbilt...recipient of the Walter C. Troutman Football Scholarship Endowment. 2015 Played in 10 games, starting two...three total tackles...recipient of the Walter C. Troutman Football Scholarship Endowment. High School

Westlake, coached by Bryan Love...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #30 DT nationally, #56 prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #31 DT in the country, #46 prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com three-star prospect...Scout. com three-star prospect, #45 ranked DT in the nation, #14 DT in the South...AJC Class 6A All-State Honorable Mention...two-way player for Westlake...had 65 tackles, 16 for loss, seven sacks, two forced fumbles and a blocked field goal. Personal Full name: DaQUAN LORENZO HAWKINS-MUCKLE …Major: Communication Studies. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 10/2 1 2 3 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 7/5 6 12 18 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2017 6/0 2 0 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 1 0 0 Total 23/7 9 14 23 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 1 0 1

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D’MARCUS HAYES

Full name: JACKSON HENRY HARRIS...Major: Mechanical Engineering. Year 2015 2016 2017 Total

G/GS 12/1 13/1 13/1 38/3

Madison, Mississippi Miss. Gulf Coast CC / Madison Central HS

Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 4 50 12.5 4.2 0 20 SC 1 5 5.0 0.4 0 5 MO 2 12 6.0 0.9 0 8 MS 7 67 9.6 1.8 0 20 SC

OT Jr. 6-5 315 SQ

78 2017 Redshirted...played on scout team...early enrollee who participated in spring drills...started at left tackle for victorious Red team in G-Day spring game. Junior College Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, coached by Chad Huff....PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect, Top 100 JUCO prospect...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #13 ranked JUCO prospect nationally...ESPN.com fourstar prospect, #11 ranked JUCO prospect nationally and #2 ranked JUCO OL overall...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #15 ranked JUCO prospect

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overall, #2 JUCO OL overall...Scout.com four-star prospect, No. 5 overall JUCO prospect in the country...earned 2016 NJCAA All-Region 23 Team honors, All-MACJC South Division honors and was named the Offensive Line MVP...helped the Bulldogs average 194.1 rushing yards a game.

for 21 yards on nine carries against Mississippi State...carried nine times for 49 yards against Samford...won the Coffee County Hustle Award for offense for his work during spring drills...recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship.

High School

Appeared in 12 games...the Bulldogs’ No. 3 rusher, with 363 yards on 63 carries...gained 82 yards on just nine carries at South Carolina...scored on a 19-yard TD rush on the first attempt of his career vs. North Carolina...rushed for 78 yards on 11 carries and two TDs vs. Ole Miss...gained 74 yards on 15 carries vs. Tennessee...also recorded a tackle on a 4th-quarter kickoff return vs. Louisiana...recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship.

Madison Central, coached by Bobby Hall...Played two years of football and a year of basketball...Appeared in three games in his senior year and recorded 12 pancake blocks. Personal Full name: TYRON D’MARCUS HAYES...Major: Communication Studies.

JAY HAYES Brooklyn, New York Notre Dame / Poly Prep Country Day DL Gr. 6-3 289 Tr.

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High School New Manchester, coached by Myron Terry...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #402 player nationally, #19 RB nationally, #35 player in the state of Georgia...2015 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA Second-Team Offense...Led all AAAAA running backs with 1,873 yards and 14 touchdowns his senior year, adding a pair of touchdowns on kickoff returns. Personal Full name: BRIAN TAVARIS HERRIEN...Major: Psychology. Year G/GS 2016 12/0 2017 14/0 Total 26/0

Graduate transfer from Notre Dame who enrolled at UGA in the summer of 2018. At Notre Dame (2015-17) Had 39 career tackles, 27 of which came in senior season, when he started all 13 games for the Irish...team’s co-leader in tackles with seven stops in early-season home loss to Georgia.

Year G/GS 2016 12/0 2017 14/0 Total 26/0

Career Rushing Stats Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 363 5.8 30.2 3 23 NIC 265 4.3 18.9 1 30 UK 628 5.1 24.2 4 30 UK Career Receiving Stats Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2 14 7.0 0.2 0 9 OM 2 1 0.5 0.1 0 1 MU 4 15 3.8 0.6 0 9 OM Att. 63 61 124

MALIK HERRING

High School Three-time first-team All-City pick by MSG Varsity...MaxPreps U.S. Air Force All-American...All-Northeast Region pick for 2013.

Forsyth, Georgia Mary Persons High School

Personal Earned degree in Film, Television and Theatre at Notre Dame.

DL So. 6-3 280 1VL

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2014 3/0 1 1 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 10/0 2 8 10 0.0/0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 13/13 13 14 27 1.0/4 3.5/9 0 1 2 0 0 Total 26/13 16 23 39 1.0/4 4.0/9 0 1 2 0 0

10 Career Highs * 2 tackles vs. Samford, Florida in 2017 2017

BRIAN HERRIEN Douglasville, Georgia New Manchester High School RB Jr. 6-0 210 2VL

35 Career Highs * 82 rushing yds vs. USC, 2016 * 15 carries vs. Tennessee, 2016 * 2 rush TDs vs. Ole Miss, 2016 * Long rush of 30 yds vs. Kentucky, 2017 2017 Played in 14 games...gained 265 yards on 61 carries...totaled six rushes for 20 yards, including a 4th-quarter touchdown, at Tennessee...gained 48 yards on just three carries vs. Kentucky, including a career-long 30-yard run...rushed

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Played in all 15 games, with seven total stops...most productive game was vs. Florida, when he was credited with two stops and a QB pressure...recorded first two career tackles vs. Samford...also participated on kickoff return coverage units...recipient of the Aubrey Cecil Rhodes scholarship. High School Mary Persons High School, coached by Brian Nelson …PrepStar Magazine 4-star prospect, #80 prospect in the nation… ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #8 ranked DE nationally, #12 overall prospect in Georgia…Rivals.com 4-star prospect, #6 DE nationally and #17 overall in Georgia…Scout 4-star prospect, #215 player nationally, #19 DE nationally…AJC 2016 Georgia’s Super 11 team and Class 4A All-State team…Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Class 4A All-State team…totaled 81 total tackles, 27 TFL, nine sacks and caused two fumbles as a senior…Also scored five career receiving TDs. Personal Full name:  AL’MALIK DEMICHIA HERRING...Major: Sport Management. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 15/0 1 6 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1

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ELIJAH HOLYFIELD

TREY HILL Warner Robins, Georgia Houston County High School

College Park, Georgia Woodward Academy

OL Fr. 6-4 330 HS

RB Jr. 5-11 215 2VL

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2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring drills. High School Houston County, coached by Von Lassiter...selected to represent the East in the 2018 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...247Sports.com four-star prospect... ranked as the #3 offensive guard nationally, #62 overall prospect nationally and the #9 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #31 nationally and member of the Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #22 nationally, #1 OG and #4 in Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #137 nationally, #4 OG and #15 in the state...USA Today 2017 All-USA Second-Team offense...2017 All-State Class 6A First-team offense by both the AJC and Georgia Sports Writers Assn...AP 2016 All-State Class 6A Second-Team offense...teammate of UGA quarterback Jake Fromm for two seasons...also competed in shot put for the HCHS track team. Personal Full name: DEONTREY N. HILL...Major: Sport Management.

Career Highs: * 51 rushing yds vs. Tenn., 2017 * 8 rushes vs. Samford, 2017 • Long rush of 39 yds vs. Florida, 2017 * 1 reception vs. OM, “16/AU ‘17 • 19 rec. yds vs. OM, 2016 2017 Played in 13 games, with one start in the SEC Championship game...team’s 4th-leading rusher, with 293 yards on 50 carries and 2 TDs...set a new career high with 51 yards rushing at Tennessee...matched that total a week later at Vanderbilt while scoring his first collegiate TD...had 49 yards, including a 39-yard TD run, vs. Florida...rushed six times for 48 yards in win over Missouri...one of two winners of the Most Improved Award for Offense during spring drills...recipient of the Christian Walker Football Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in five games...rushed four times for 27 yards vs. Ole Miss...also caught one pass for 19 yards vs. the Rebels...made his Georgia debut at Missouri...Recipient of the Christian Walker Football Scholarship. High School

JEREMIAH HOLLOMAN Covington, Georgia Newton High School WR So. 6-2 200 1VL

9 Career Highs: * 1 reception at Vanderbilt, 2017

*7 receiving yards at Vanderbilt, 2017

2017 Saw action in five games...caught his first collegiate pass for seven yards vs. Vanderbilt...2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...early enrollee who participated in spring drills...recipient of the Evans Family Football Scholarship. High School Newton, coached by Terrance Banks...Selected to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect #159 player nationally, Top 350 All-American...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #104 player nationally, #15 WR nationally, #14 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals. com four-star prospect, #36 ATH nationally, #30 player in the state of Georgia...as a senior, caught 31 passes for 513 yards and seven TDs, including a long reception of 80 yards...as a junior, hauled in 32 catches for 632 yards and seven TDs...had 101 career catches for 1,596 yards and 17 TDs...punted 12 times as a senior with an average of 38.8 yards and a long of 60.

Woodward Academy, coached by John Hunt…PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #148 overall prospect in the country on Top 150 Dream Team…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #108 overall prospect, and #2 RB in the country, #7 prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #183 overall prospect in the country, #11 RB nationally, #18 prospect in Georgia...Scout four-star prospect, #195 overall prospect and #12 RB in the country… Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Class 4A All-State first team...AJC Super 11 in Georgia and Class 4A All-State honorable mention….gained 1,399 all-purpose yards as a senior...ran for 1,069 yards on 151 carries with 21 TDs in nine games during the 2015 season...had five 100-plus yard games as a senior...totaled 1,735 yards on 264 carries and 25 touchdowns in 14 games as a junior….recorded nine receptions as a senior for 102 yards…not charged with a single fumble during his high school varsity career.

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Personal Full name: ELIJAH ESAIAS HOLYFIELD…Son of former cruiserweight and heavyweight champion boxer Evander Holyfield…Major: Communication Studies. Year G/GS 2016 5/0 2017 13/1 Total 18/1

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Career Rushing Stats Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 29 4.8 5.8 0 9 OM 293 5.9 22.5 2 39 UF 322 5.8 17.9 2 39 UF

Career Receiving Stats Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 19 19.0 3.8 0 19 OM 4 4.0 0.3 0 4 AU1 23 11.5 1.3 0 19 OM

Personal Full name: JEREMIAH JOSIAH HOLLOMAN...Major: Sport Management. Year 2017

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PRATHER HUDSON Columbus, Georgia Brookstone High School

Full name: JADEN WILLIAM HUNTER...Major: Sport Management...father, the late Brice Hunter, was an All-SEC wide receiver and team captain for the Bulldogs who still holds the school record for most catches in a season (76) set in 1993...mother Brandi Decker played basketball for UGA and was a member of two Final Four teams.

RB So. 5-11 195 1VL

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2018 Hugh Hendrix Award winner after spring practice, given to players that most “strain their potential.”

Fort Valley, Georgia Peach County High School

2017

WR Fr. 6-0 200 HS

Played in 14 games, both on special teams and as backup RB...had six carries for 15 yards, all coming in Samford game...had special teams tackles at Georgia Tech and vs. Oklahoma...one of three Special Teams Newcomers of the Year, given at the team’s annual post-season awards gala...2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...winner of freshman GPA award after spring drills. 2016

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Redshirted.

Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring drills.

High School Brookstone, coached by Scott Pethtel...All-State Academic honors...All-Region Two-Way Player of the Year...Aflac Student Athlete of the Year...also participated in wrestling, baseball and track...graduated cum laude. Personal Full name: EDWARD PRATHER HUDSON, Jr....father, Edward Sr., attended law school at UGA...Major: Finance. Year 2017

G/GS 14/0

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JADEN HUNTER Atlanta, Georgia Westlake High School

High School Peach County, coached by Chad Campbell...selected to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game...2017 AJC Preseason Super 11...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, ranked #251 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN four-star prospect, #38 prospect nationally, #4 WR in the nation and #6 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #172 prospect nationally, #30 wide receiver in the nation, #20 overall prospect in the state of Georgia...2017 All-State First-Team offense by the AJC and the Second-Team offense by AP...had 47 receptions for 852 yards as a senior, with nine TDs...PCHS went 13-2 and reached the 2017 GHSA 3A state championship game...as a junior, he had 52 catches for 739 yards, leading Peach County to a 12-2 season and the 2016 GHSA 3A state semifinals...also lettered in track...won the 2017 Class 3A state shot put championship...led Peach County to three 4A region track & field titles and received two Men’s High Point Awards...as well as shot put, competed in the 100m, 200m, 400m, and discus events. Personal Full name: KEARIS JAMARCUS JACKSON...Major: Management.

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NETORI JOHNSON Ellenwood, Georgia Cedar Grove High School

2017 Member of the scout team...recipient of the Paul & June Martin Football Scholarship.

OL RFr. 6-4 325 SQ

High School Westlake, coached by Kareem Reid...PrepStar Magazine 4-star prospect, #88 player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #168 player nationally, #11 OLB nationally, #20 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com 4-star prospect, #46 player nationally, #3 OLB nationally, #6 player in the state of Georgia...Scout.com 4-star prospect, #198 player nationally, #13 OLB nationally, DawgPost #15 player in the state of Georgia...2016 AJC All-State Class 7A defense...helped lead Westlake to a trip to the semifinals of the GHSA Class 7A playoffs as a senior.

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72 2017 Redshirted...member of the scout team. High School Cedar Grove, coached by Jermaine Smith...Selected to represent the East

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in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #122 player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com fourstar prospect, #142 player nationally, #10 OG nationally, #18 player in the state of Georgia...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #115 player nationally, #6 OG nationally, #12 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #71 player nationally, #4 OG nationally, #9 player in the state of Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect, #110 player nationally, #5 OG nationally...2016 AJC All-State Class 3A offense...2016 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State Class 3A First Team offense...Touchdown Club of Atlanta Metro Atlanta All-Star Team...helped lead Cedar Grove to a 13-2 record his senior year and the 2016 GHSA Class 3A state title. Personal Full name: NETORI ISAIAH JOHNSON...Major: Communication Studies.

High School St. Petersburg, coached by Joe Fabrizio...PrepStar Magazine 3-star prospect, All-Southeast Region...ESPN.com 3-star prospect, #88 ranked WR nationally, #84 overall prospect in Florida...Rivals.com 3-star prospect...247Sports. com 3-star, #97 ranked WR nationally and #89 overall prospect in Florida... Scout 3-star prospect, #57 ranked WR nationally…He totaled 40 receptions for 719 yards and seven touchdowns while also adding a score on the ground...Tampa Bay Times 2016 All-Tampa Bay Honorable Mention...In his junior year at Admiral Farragut Academy, he amassed 1,038 yards and 15 touchdowns, both team highs… Coached by Ryan Hearn, the Blue Jackets went 10-2 and reached the 2015 FHSAA Class 2A Regional Finals...Tampa Bay Times 2015 All-Tampa Bay First Team Offense...Sun Sentinel 2015 Florida All-State Class 2A First Team Offense. Personal Full name: MATTHEW JAMES LANDERS...Major: Sport Management.

SOLOMON KINDLEY

RICHARD LeCOUNTE III

Jacksonville, Florida Raines High School

Riceboro, Georgia Liberty County High School

OL RSo. 6-4 330 1VL

DB So. 5-11 185 1VL

66 * 2017 Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team * 2017 Played in 15 games, making seven starts at right guard...picked up first career start against Samford and started the next week against Mississippi State... one of two winners of the Most Improved Award for Offense during spring drills...started at right guard for Black team in G-Day spring game...Recipient of the John Tillman Football Scholarship. High School Raines, coached by Deran Wiley...Rivals.com three-star prospect...ESPN. com three-star prospect, #40 OG nationally, #99 prospect in Florida...Scout three-star prospect, #105 OT nationally, #6 OT and #140 prospect in Florida...247Sports.com 3-star prospect, #87 OT nationally, #143 prospect in Florida...Florida Times-Union Class 4A All-State Second Team. Personal Full name: SOLOMON TERRY KINDLEY…Major: Sport Management.

MATT LANDERS Pinellas, Florida St. Petersburg High School WR RFr. 6-5 200

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2 Career Highs * 5 total tackles against App State, 2017 2017 Appeared in 10 games, starting at Notre Dame, and had 15 total stops...made five total tackles against App State (4 solo)...made one solo tackle against Miss. State and also against Auburn in the SEC title game...tallied three tackles against Samford...had a fourth-quarter tackle and assist at Georgia Tech... early enrollee who participated in spring drills...started for the Black team in G-Day spring game and had a team-high nine tackles...recipient of the J.E. and W.S. Hickey scholarship. High School Liberty County, coached by Kirk Warner...Selected to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...American Family Insurance 2016 USA Today AllUSA Team First-Team defense...Parade Magazine All-America First-Team Defense…MaxPreps 2016 All-America Second-Team Defense...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #29 player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team... ESPN.com five-star prospect, #12 player nationally, #2 safety nationally, #2 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #58 player nationally, #6 safety nationally, #7 player in the state of Georgia...AJC 2016 Georgia’s Super 11, All-State Class 3A Defense...Savannah Morning News 2015-16 Male Athlete of the Year...as a senior, recorded 100 tackles, 11 for loss, with two forced fumbles and two INTs, including one for a TD...on offense, caught 39 passes for 800 yards and 17 TDs, threw for two TDs and rushed for another...for his career, had 399 tackles (36 for loss), 13 INTs, 13 forced fumbles, eight fumble recoveries and three defensive TDs...on offense, he accounted for 3,883 all-purpose yards and 36 TDs...also participated in basketball and track...as a junior, named co-Region 3-4A Player of the Year in basketball, leading LCHS to the 2016 GHSA Class 4A state title. Personal Full name: RICHARD LEE LeCOUNTE, III...Major: Sport Management. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 10/1 10 5 15 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

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JONATHAN LEDBETTER Tucker, Georgia Tucker High School DE

Sr.

6-4

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13 Career Highs * 6 tackles vs. Florida, 2016; vs. Oklahoma, 2018 * 1 QB sack (3x), recent: vs. Okla., 2018 * 3 QB pressures vs. Louisiana, 2016 2017 Started in 11 of 15 games...finished season with 38 total stops, 5.5 tackles for lost yardage, 2.5 QB sacks and nine QB pressures...matched career-high with six tackles, including a QB sack for -8 yards in the Rose Bowl... had season-high five tackles in win over Missouri...made three tackles thrice, vs. Miss. State, Vandy and Florida...Coaches Preseason Third-Team All-SEC... Coffee County Hustle Award winner after spring drills...recipient of the Jeff & Stacy Rothenberger Family Football Scholarship. 2016

2017 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Aldredge-Kimberly Football Scholarship. 2016 Played in nine games as the Dogs’ punter before an injury ended his season... punted 49 times for a 38.7 average...14 of his punts were downed inside the 20; 12 were fair caught. High School South Rowan, coached by Daniel Yow...Selected to represent the East in the 2016 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #10 P nationally, #41 player in North Carolina...247Sports.com two-star prospect, #12 P nationally, #85 player in the state of North Carolina...2015 NCPreps. com All-State Team...Averaged 46.5 yards per punt as a senior.in the state. Personal Full name: MARSHALL DYLAN LONG….Major: Communication Studies.

Year 2016

Punts 49

Career Punting Statistics

Yards 1897

Avg. 38.7

Played in seven games with four starts...had 24 total stops, including 2.5 TFLs and a QB sack...also had five QB pressures...first collegiate start came vs. Florida...assisted on six tackles against the Gators...had five tackles, including a sack for a 4-yard loss, in win over Auburn...recipient of the Jeff & Stacy Rothenberger Family Football Scholarship. 2015

Full name: JONATHAN LEROY LEDBETTER...Major: Sport Management...2018 Coffee County Award winner after spring drills. Career Defensive Stats

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 7/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2016 7/4 7 17 24 1.0/4 2.5/7 0 0 0 0 5 2017 15/11 18 20 38 2.5/21 5.5/26 0 0 0 0 9 Total 29/15 27 39 66 3.5/25 7.5/33 0 0 0 0 15

MARSHALL LONG China Grove, North Carolina South Rowan High School P

RSo.

6-2

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DAVID MARSHALL Thomaston, Georgia Upson-Lee High School

Played in seven games...four total tackles...two each vs. Southern and Missouri...enrolled at UGA in January...Director of Athletics Honor Roll...recipient of the Jeff & Stacy Rothenberger Family Football Scholarship. High School Tucker, coached by Bryan Lamar...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #56 ranked player in the country on its Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #48 player nationally, #6 player in Georgia...ESPN 4-star prospect, #62 player nationally, #10 DT nationally, #9 player in Georgia... played in the 2015 Under Armour All-America Game...helped Tucker to a 10-3 record and two wins in the 2014 6A state playoffs. Personal

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* 1 sack (4x); recent: Oklahoma, 2018

2017 Played in 14 games, starting in three, with 26 total stops...posted a season-high four tackles with a QB sack in the Rose Bowl...had three tackles in win over Florida, including one for lost yardage...credited with three tackles in SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn...had three stops vs. South Carolina...made two assisted tackles against Miss. State and Tennessee...recipient of the Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship. 2016 Played in 12 games, making four starts...had 26 total stops, including 2.5 QB sacks, 3.5 TFLs and five QB pressures...season high of five stops came vs. Georgia Tech and included a fourth-down tackle for 7-yard loss...had four tackles in win at Kentucky, including a sack for a 6-yard loss...made four tackles (3 solo, 1 assisted) and had a sack against UNC...had three assisted tackles vs. Florida...recipient of the Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship. High School Upson-Lee, coached by Tommy Parks…played in Rising Seniors Bowl game in 2015…ESPN.com four-star prospect, #259 ranked athlete nationally, #28 ranked overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #123 ranked prospect and #25 ranked DE in the South region…Scout.com three-star prospect, #46 ranked DE in the country, #19 DE in South region…247Sports.com three-star prospect, #473 ranked national DE, #21 ranked strongside DE, #41 ranked prospect in the state of Georgia…Rivals.com three-star prospect, #41 ranked DE nationally, #50 overall prospect in the state of Georgia… AJC Class 4A AllState Defensive Lineman…Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Class 4A All-State First Team…played basketball and threw the shot put for track and field.

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Personal Full name: DAVID LAMAR MARSHALL…Major: Sport Management.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 12/4 12 14 26 2.5/10 3.5/17 1 0 2 0 5 14/3 13 13 26 1.0/9 2.5/11 0 0 1 0 3 2017 Total 26/7 25 27 52 3.5/19 6.0/28 1 0 3 0 8

CADE MAYS Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville Catholic High School OL Fr. 6-6 318 HS

77 2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring drills.

High School Vidalia, coached by Lee Chomskis...Selected to represent the East in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...American Family Insurance 2016 USA Today ALL-USA First Team defense...Parade Magazine All-America Honorable Mention…MaxPreps 2016 All-America Second Team defense...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #51 player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #280 player nationally, #10 ILB nationally, #33 player in the state of Georgia...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #269 player nationally, #10 ILB nationally, #23 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #60 player nationally, #5 OLB nationally, #8 player in the state of Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect, #173 player nationally, #8 ILB nationally….DawgPost #17 player in the state of Georgia...Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2016 Georgia’s Super 11, Class AA defense...2016 Georgia Sports Writer Association Class AA Second Team defense...recorded 115 tackles, including seven for loss and three sacks, as well as an interception as a senior... helped lead Vidalia to the second round of the GHSA Class AA playoffs...also participated in track and field, winning four Class AA championships (4x100, 4x400, 100m, 200m) at the state meet in 2017. Personal Full name: NATHAN REECE MCBRIDE...Major: Marketing.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 15/0 4 3 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

High School Knoxville Catholic HS, coached by Steve Matthews...selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...247Sports.com five-star prospect... ranked as the #3 offensive tackle nationally, #22 overall prospect nationally and the #1 prospect in Tennessee...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #13 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com five-star prospect, ranked #19 nationally, #3 OT and #1 in Tennessee...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #25 nationally, #3 OT and #1 in Tennessee...2017 USA Today All-USA First-Team offense...finalist for the 2017 MaxPreps Jonah Williams Award, given to the best offensive lineman nationally...helped lead Knoxville Catholic to a 12-4 season and the TSSAA Division I Class 5A Title in 2017...Mr. Football in Tennessee for Class 5A by the TSSAA his senior and junior years...finalist for the U.S Army All-America Bowl’s 2018 Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year Award...recorded 75 pancake blocks and two rushing TDs for the Fighting Irish in 2017...2017 Preseason First-Team All-American by USA Today and Second-Team All-American by MaxPreps...named to the Maxwell Football Club’s 2017 National High School Player of the Year watch list in the preseason...named the Class 4A Lineman of the Year in 2016...named to the All-PrepXtra First-Team offense, as well as the All-State Class 4A First Team offense his junior year. Personal Full name: CADE MAYS…Major: Agribusiness.

NATE McBRIDE Vidalia, Georgia Vidalia High School LB So. 6-2 223 1VL

22 2017 Played in all 15 games...finished seven total stops...credited with a tackle in kickoff coverage in the Rose Bowl...had a tackle and an assist on special teams vs. Florida...made assisted tackle against Tennessee...solo tackle at Vanderbilt came on kickoff return...recipient of the Wallace Butts Football scholarship.

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26 Career Highs * 5 tackles vs. App. State, 2017; vs. Oklahoma, 2018 2017 Played in all 15 games, starting in two, with 25 total stops...second among all defenders with six pass breakups...matched career-high in tackles with five in the Rose Bowl...had two tackles vs. Florida, one for a 10-yard loss...also caused a fumble on the play, resulting in a recovery and TD by teammate J.R. Reed... had an interception and four pass breakups in shutout of Tennessee...INT came on UT’s opening offensive play...tallied three tackles (two solo) vs. Samford... had two tackles at Notre Dame...made five total tackles against App State (2 solo)...defensive winner of Hugh Hendrix Award for the player who most strains his potential...recipient of the Brett E. Hansen Family Scholarship. 2016 Played in all 13 games...had nine total stops...eight of those came in special teams play, six on KO coverage and two on punt coverage...three of his tackles on KO coverage came inside the opponent’s 20-yard line...made two special teams tackles vs. Tennessee...had a fourth-quarter tackle on a kickoff return vs. Auburn...recipient of the Brett E. Hansen Family Football Scholarship. High School Peach County, coached by Chad Campbell...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #43 CB nationally, #67 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #62 CB nationally, #59 overall prospect in Georgia...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #45 CB nationally, #43 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout three-star prospect, #36 CB nationally…2015 AJC All-State Class 3A defense...2015 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class 3A First-Team Defense...led team to a 9-3 record and the second round of the Class 3A playoffs as a senior, playing both DB and QB….tallied 13 total tackles and five passes defended during his

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senior season in addition to passing for 812 yards and rushing for 438 yards.

NICK MOORE

Personal Full name: TYRIQUE JAMAR MCGHEE...Major: Sport Management.

Snellville, Georgia Brookwood High School

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. Q BP 3 6 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 13/0 2017 15/2 14 11 25 0.5/10 0.5/10 1 0 6 1 1 Total 28/2 17 17 34 0.5/10 0.5/10 1 0 6 1 1

JORDON McKINNEY Dalton, Georgia Dalton High School DB

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FB-SN Jr. 6-3 250 2VL

43 2017 Saw action in the Bulldogs’ first three games as the Bulldogs’ punt snapper... also appeared in both College Football Playoff contests. 2016 Played in two games...first career action vs. ULM...one tackle vs. ULM. High School

Brookwood High School, coached by Mark Crews…eight-time Player of the Week…two-time Player of the Month…two-time 1st Team All County …First Team Coaches Choice Award…DB of the Year, County and State Award…twotime 1st Team All-State…Metro Atlanta All-Star…Gwinnett County All-Star. Personal Full name: NICHOLAS ROBERT MOORE…Major: Finance...selected in the 30th round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox and played in the organization’s minor league system for four years.

2016 Redshirted...Member of the scout team. High School

ISAAC NAUTA

Dalton, coached by Matt Land ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA Second Team defense ... member of two regional championship teams ... also participated in basketball and track and field ... earned a 4.0 GPA.

Buford, Georgia IMG Academy

Personal Full name: JORDON CLAY McKINNEY...major: biology/pre-dentistry.

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ISAAC MIZE Gainesville, Georgia Clemson / Flowery Branch High School DB

Sr. 6-0 185 SQ

43 2017 Sat out season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfer student-athletes...member of the scout team. Clemson (2014-16) Competed on the scout team ... Named to the Dean’s List in 2015. High School Flowery Branch, coached by Chris Griffin ... All-Region Second Team in his junior year ... Also competed in track and basketball ... Hall County Region Champion in high jump in his junior year and Runner-up in his senior year. Personal Full name: ISAAC D. MIZE...son of Sharon and Gregory Mize…has four siblings, Josiah (3), Alexis (15), Kylah (19), Lameshia (30)…Major: Psychology...cousin, Devin, played football at Wofford; cousin, Devan Stringer played at Appalachian State and had four tackles last season vs. UGA; sister, Kylah plays basketball at Ranger College in Texas.

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* 83 rec. yards vs. Tennessee, 2016 * Long rec. of 50 yds vs. Tenn., 2016

2017

* 5 rec. vs. Tennessee, Vanderbilt, 2016 * 1 TD rec. (5x), recent: Auburn2 2017

Played in all 15 games, making nine starts...had nine catches for 114 yards... scored Georgia’s first TD of the SEC Championship game on a 2-yard pass... his only catch against Miss. State was a big one -- a 41-yard third-quarter TD catch...totaled two catches for 24 yards against Appalachian State...preseason First-Team All-SEC by media and coaches preseason Second-Team AllSEC...Mackey Award Watch List ... named to the 2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...recipient of Watkins Family Football Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in 13 games, starting in five...Freshman All-America team by ESPN.com, USA Today, Athlon, Football Writers Assn. and Campus Insiders...Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman team...team’s third-leading receiver with 29 catches for 361 yards vs. three TDs...team-high five catches for 83 yards vs. Tenn., including a 50-yard TD...five catches for 74 yards, both team-high totals, vs. Vanderbilt...his three catches for 43 yards vs. Auburn included a pair of 17-yard receptions...had three catches for 47 yards, plus a 2-point conversion catch, in win at Kentucky...early enrollee in spring of 2016...recipient of the Leavy Family & the Brunswick News Publishing Co. Football Scholarship...Fall 2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll. High School

IMG Academy, coached by Kevin Wright...2015 American Family Insurance USA Today All-USA First Team Offense...selected to play in the 2016 U.S. Army All-America Bowl…PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #16 over-

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all player in the PrepStar Top 350...ESPN.com five-star prospect, #1 TE nationally, #2 overall prospect in Florida...Rivals.com five-star prospect, #1 TE nationally, #18 overall prospect nationally, #5 overall prospect in Florida... Scout.com five-star prospect, No. 30 overall and #1 TE nationally, #5 overall prospect in Florida. Personal Full name: ISAAC JAY NAUTA …Major: Sport Management. Year 2016 2017 Total

G/GS 13/5 15/9 28/14

Rec. 29 9 38

Career Receiving Stats Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD 361 12.4 27.8 3 114 12.7 8.1 2 475 12.5 17.6 5

LG 50 UT 41 MS 50 UT

to a 12-3 record and a berth in the 5A state championship game. Personal Full name: NATREZ DESHUN PATRICK...Major: Advertising.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 11/2 12 10 22 1.0/6 2.5/10 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 7 2016 10/9 29 30 59 1.0/9 4.5/15 2017 9/7 13 22 35 0.0/0 2.5/5 0 0 0 0 3 Total 30/18 54 62 116 2.0/15 9.5/30 0 0 0 0 11

WILLIAM POOLE Atlanta, Georgia Hapeville Charter High School

NATREZ PATRICK

DB So. 6-0 190 1VL

Atlanta, Ga. Benjamin E. Mays High School

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6 Career Highs

* 10 tackles vs. Tennessee, 2016

* 1 QB sack vs. Ga. Tech, 2015 & Tenn., 2016

2017 Played in nine games, starting in seven..had 35 total stops, including 2.5 tackles for lost yardage and three QB pressures...had seven assisted tackles vs. Kentucky...credited with five total stops vs. Georgia Tech, including one for lost yardage...had four tackles against Tennessee...matched then-season high with five tackles (two solo) vs. Miss. State...had five tackles (2 solo) and a 0.5 TFL against Notre Dame...recipient of the Virginia and Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship. 2016 Played in 10 games, making nine starts...team’s second-leading tackler with 59 total stops, despite missing the last three regular-season games due to injury...career-best 10 tackles vs. Tennessee, including a sack and 2.5 tackles for lost yardage...had six stops and assisted on a QB sack vs. Vanderbilt...had a then-career-best 5 tackles vs. UNC with a TFL and 2 QB pressures...had nine tackles vs. Missouri...named Most Improved - Defense during spring... recipient of the Virginia and Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship.

2017 Saw action in five games:  App. State, Notre Dame, Samford, Kentucky and Oklahoma...recipient of the Hugar and Elizabeth Wilkes Scholarship. High School Hapeville Charter, coached by Winston Gordon...Selected to represent Team Highlight in the 2017 Under Armour All American Game...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #52 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #77 prospect nationally, #8 DB nationally, #8 player in the state of Georgia...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #189 player nationally, #25 DB nationally, #20 player in the state of Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #163 player nationally, #16 DB nationally, #14 player in the state of Georgia...Scout four-star prospect, #31 DB prospect nationally... Dawg Post #37 prospect in the state of Georgia...Named to the 2016 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AA All-State Defense...Named to the 2016 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA First-Team Defense...Touchdown Club of Atlanta Metro Atlanta All-Star Team …Accumulated 26 total tackles during the 2016 season. Personal Full name: WILLIAM DOUGLAS POOLE, III...Major: Entertainment and Media Studies.

2015 Played in 11 games with two starts...22 total tackles...tied his career-high with four tackles vs. Penn State...career high four tackles, including a sack and two TFLs, in his first career start at Georgia Tech...three-tackle performances vs. South Carolina, Southern and Missouri...recipient of the Virginia & Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship...enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring drills.

J.R. REED Frisco, Texas Univ. of Tulsa / Prestonwood Christian DB Jr. 6-1 194 1VL

High School Mays, coached by Corey Jarvis...USA Today All-USA Second Team...PrepStar Magazine #81 ranked player in the PrepStar Top 300 All-American... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #51 player nationally, #2 WDE nationally, #7 player in the state...ESPN four-star prospect, #117 player nationally, #11 DE nationally, #16 player in the state...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #137 overall player nationally, #9 WDE nationally, #14 player in the state...Scout. com four-star prospect, #134 ranked overall player in the country, #12 ranked DE in the country, #7 in the South…2014 Atlanta Journal-Constitution AllState Class AAAAA defense and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year...2014 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State Class AAAAA First Team and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year...played in the 2015 U.S. Army All American Bowl...recorded 111 tackles as a senior, including 27 for loss, leading Mays

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Career Highs: * 11 tackles vs. Auburn1 in 2017 * 3 PBUs vs. Miss. State in 2017

* 1 INT (2x) vs. Tenn., SC in 2017

2017 Started in all 15 games...2nd on team with 79 tackles, including 5.0 for loss...

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defensive Newcomer of the Year at team’s post-season awards gala...had seven tackles in the Rose Bowl...named SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Week for his 8-tackle, .5 sack and fumble pickup for a TD vs. Florida...had 11 total stops at Auburn...had a hand in two of four Georgia takeaways at Tennessee, including one fumble recovery and one INT with a 34-yard return...led the team with nine total tackles against Notre Dame with two QB hurries...led the team with 10 tackles, including three PBUs vs. Miss. State...blocked a field goal vs. Samford...defensive winner of the Most Improved Award after spring drills...recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship.

KEYON RICHARDSON Wauchula, Florida Hardee County High School OLB Sr. 6-3 240 1VL

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2016 Sat out the season after transferring to UGA in the summer of 2016. 2015 (Tulsa) Played in 13 games, totaling five tackles and a pass breakup. High School Prestonwood Christian, coached by Chris Cunningham...was the only twoway starter as a senior at Prestonwood in 2013, playing WR and DB..helped lead his team to a 12-2 record and the state championship game as a senior... caught 18 passes for 308 yards and three TDs...tallied 53 tackles, three TFLs and five INTs, while returning three for TDs his senior season. Personal Full name: JAKE RASHAAN REED...father, Jake, played 12 seasons in the NFL with Minnesota and New Orleans...Major: Communication Studies. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 15/15 40 39 79 1.5/19 5.0/23 1 2 5 2 6

MONTY RICE Madison, Alabama James Clemens High School ILB So. 6-1 235 1VL

32 Career Highs * 5 tackles vs. Samford, Missouri in 2017 2017

2017 Played in 14 of 15 games...had an assisted tackle in win at Tennessee...had a third-quarter tackle in KO coverage vs. Georgia Tech...recorded a tackle on KO coverage in the Rose Bowl against Oklahoma and also vs. Alabama in the CFP title game...recipient of The Drake Family Football Scholarship. 2016 Member of the scout team...saw his first action of the season against Louisiana... recipient of The Drake Family Football Scholarship. 2015 Member of the scout team...recipient of The Drake Family Football Scholarship. 2014 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Drake Family Football Scholarship. High School Hardee County, coached by Buddy Martin...2014 Semper Fidelis All-American...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #9 ranked DE and #106 ranked player in the country...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #19 ranked DE nationally, #33 overall prospect in Florida, #97 overall player in the Southeast region, ESPN Top 300 prospect, #185 overall prospect nationally...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #91 overall prospect nationally, #14 overall prospect in Florida...247Sports.com four-star prospect, #7 ranked WDE nationally, #23 overall prospect in Florida, #147 overall prospect nationally...recorded 79 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, and six sacks in 2013. Personal Full name: KALAEP KEYON RICHARDSON...Major: Psychology.

RILEY RIDLEY

Appeared in 14 games, with 22 total stops...first career start in Missouri game... had three assisted tackles vs. Florida...had two solo tackles against both Tennessee and Vanderbilt...made two tackles vs. Mississippi State, including one solo and one for a loss of one yard...had five tackles against Samford...made first collegiate appearance against App. State with two tackles...early enrollee who participated in spring drills. High School James Clemens, coached by Wade Waldrop...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #285 player nationally, Top 350 All-American...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #289 player nationally, #11 ILB nationally, #13 player in Alabama... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #34 ILB nationally, #23 player in Alabama... Scout.com four-star prospect, #192 player nationally, #9 ILB nationally, #9 player in Alabama...2016 Alabama Sports Writers Assn. Class 7A First-Team defense... had 137 tackles, 80 solo, four INTs and four TDs as a senior. Personal Full name: MONTAVIAN LAMAR RICE-JORDAN...Major: Journalism...2018 Coffee County Hustle award winner after spring practice. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2017 14/1 10 12 22 0.0/0 2.0/2 0 0 0 0 0

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Coconut Creek, Florida Monarch High School WR Jr. 6-2 200 2VL

8 Career Highs

* 6 catches vs. Alabama, 2018 * 82 receiving yards vs. Alabama, 2018 * 57-yard catch vs. Auburn, 2016 * 22-yard rush vs. Louisiana, 2016 * 1 TD catch (4x) vs. Tennessee & Florida, 2016; Missouri & Auburn1, 2017

2017 Played in 14 games, making seven starts...finished with 14 catches for 218 yards and two TDs...career-best six catches for 82 yards in CFP Championship Game vs. Alabama...first career start came on the road win at Tennessee...first TD catch of the season came vs. Missouri...also had a scoring catch vs. Auburn1...had two catches for 18 yards at Notre Dame...recipient of the AJ Green Family Football Scholarship.

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2016 Played in 11 games...had 12 catches for 238 yards and 2 TDs...five catches for 67 yards vs. Vanderbilt...among his three catches vs. Auburn was a one-handed grab that covered 57 yards...caught two passes for 59 yards vs. Tennessee, including a 47-yard TD with :10 remaining...caught one pass for a 14-yard TD vs. Florida...had a 22-yard rush vs. Louisiana...missed the AutoZone Liberty Bowl because of injury...early enrollee at Georgia in spring 2016...participated in spring drills...caught four passes for 68 yards in the G-Day game... recipient of the AJ Green Family Football Scholarship.

JULIAN ROCHESTER Powder Springs, Georgia McEachern High School DL

Jr. 6-5 300 2VL

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High School Monarch, coached by Calvin Davis….2016 Under Armour All-America Game selection…ESPN.com four-star prospect…#40 ranked WR nationally…Scout four-star prospect, #169 overall prospect and #28 WR in the country…#4 ranked WR in Florida…#6 WR and #21 overall prospect in Florida…247Sports.com four-star prospect, #25 overall prospect in the state of Florida in the composite rankings, #56 WR and #41 overall prospect in the state of Florida…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #141 ranked WR nationally…PrepStar Magazine four star prospect and Top All-American Team, ranked #187 prospect nationally…Listed as top performer on offense for Team Highlight at Under Armour Game. Personal

Full name: CAVIN RILEY RIDLEY…Major: Communication Studies. Year 2016 2017 Total Year 2016 2017 Total

G/GS 11/0 14/7 25/7

Rec. 12 14 26

Career Receiving Stats Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 238 19.8 21.6 2 57 AU 218 15.6 15.5 2 47 SAM 456 17.5 18.2 4 57 AU

Career Rushing Stats G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 11/0 3 41 13.7 3.7 0 22 ULL 14/7 1 5 5.0 0.4 0 5 SC 25/7 4 46 11.5 1.8 0 22 ULL

DEMETRIS ROBERTSON Savannah, Georgia Savannah Christian / Univ. of California WR RSo. 6-0 190 Tr.

16 2016-17 (At Cal) Started each of the first two games in 2017 before suffering an injury and receiving a medical redshirt...contributed seven catches for 70 yards... also had two rushes for 40 yards, including a 34-yard TD run vs. Weber State..2016 Freshman All-American by Campus Insiders, ESPN.com, Phil Steele and USA Today..won Cal’s Bob Simmons Award for Most Valuable Freshman...2nd on team in catches (50), receiving yards (767) and TDs (7), setting school freshman records in the process.

Career Highs

* 8 tackles at Kentucky, 2016 * 1 QB sack at Kentucky & vs. Louisiana, 2016; at Tenn. & Florida, 2017

2017 Appeared in all 15 games, starting in one, with 22 total stops...had three tackles, including a QB sack for a 7-yard loss, vs. Florida...had three tackles and a QB pressure in SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn...record two tackles in the Rose Bowl...posted two tackles against Tennessee, including a sack for a loss of eight yards...had one solo tackle vs. Mississippi State...had four assists and one QB hurry in start against Notre Dame...named to the 2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Scholarship. 2016 Played in all 13 games, starting in six...had 36 total stops, second-best among interior linemen...career-best and team-high eight stops in win at Kentucky... also had a QB sack and a forced fumble vs. UK...had seven tackles vs. Florida...among his three stops vs. Louisiana was a QB sack for a 5-yard loss...had three assisted tackles against Nicholls...also appeared in several short-yardage offensive plays...recipient of the Dan M. Post Football Scholarship. High School McEachern, coached by Kyle Hockman...2015 American Family Insurance USA Today All-USA Second Team defense…2015 Army All-American… PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #38 ranked player nationally, Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #204 overall prospect, #17 DT nationally, #13 prospect in Georgia…ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #23 overall player nationally, #8 DT overall, #4 prospect in Georgia, #14 player in the Southeast…2015 AJC Super 11 in Georgia and Class 6A AllState defense…helped McEachern to a 10-2 record and advance to the second round of the state playoffs…recorded 73 tackles and 9.5 sacks as a senior. Personal Full name: JULIAN MICHAEL ROCHESTER….Major: Communication Studies. Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 13/6 10 26 36 2.0/13 2.0/13 1 0 0 0 2 2017 15/1 9 13 22 2.0/15 2.5/16 0 0 0 0 3 Total 28/7 19 39 58 4.0/28 4.5/26 1 0 0 0 5

BILL RUBRIGHT Atlanta, Georgia Marist School

High School Savannah Christian coached by Donald Chumley, after spending two years at Savannah Day School coached by Dennis Coyle...ESPN 4-star prospect, #62 player nationally, and #6 WR nationally, and #8 player in the state...five-star prospect from 247 Sports, Rivals, and Scout including the #1 WR nationally for each...four-year varsity player who played running back, wide receiver, cornerback and also return specialist... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl... Personal Full name: DEMETRIS RASHAAD ROBERTSON...Major: American Studies

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93 2018 Punted three times for the Black team at the annual G-Day spring game, averaging 37.7 yards, with a long punt of 43 yards.

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2017 Member of the scout team. High School Marist School, coached by Alan Chadwick…ESPN.com three-star prospect…247Sports.com three-star prospect, #6 punter nationally…Kohl’s fivestar punter…Chris Sailer five-star punter, member of the Top 12…named to the 7-AAAA All-Region team his senior year…awarded 7-AAAA All-Region Punter of the Year his junior year…Student Ambassador...Senior Year Honor Roll…Religious Retreat Leader. Personal

of 10 yards vs. Samford...hauled in a nine-yard catch in the Rose Bowl...one catch for seven yards at Notre Dame...also participated on multiple special teams units...one of three recipients of Special Teams Most Improved Player Award...recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in six games...caught his first collegiate pass vs. Kentucky for 8 yards...saw his first action of the season in special-teams play at South Carolina....caught an 11-yard pass in 3rd quarter vs. Louisiana. High School McEachern, coached by Kyle Hockman...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #70 WR prospect nationally, #47 player in Georgia...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #87 overall WR, #243 prospect in the Southeast, #45 prospect in Georgia... Scout four-star prospect, #265 prospect in the nation, #40 WR overall, #18 WR in the South, #3 WR in Georgia...2015 AJC Class 6A Region 4 all-district first-team offense...helped McEachern to a 10-2 record and the second round of the Class 6A state playoffs.

Full name: WILLIAM A. RUBRIGHT... Major: Finance

JUSTIN SHAFFER Ellenwood, Georgia Cedar Grove High School OL So. 6-4 335 1VL

Personal Full name: TYLER ARMAND SIMMONS…Major: Consumer Economics. Career Receiving Stats Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2016 6/0 2 19 9.5 3.8 0 11 ULL 2017 15/0 3 26 8.7 1.7 0 10 SAM Total 21/0 5 45 9.0 2.1 0 11 ULL

54 2017 Played in eight games as a reserve offensive lineman. High School

AMEER SPEED

Cedar Grove, coached by Jermaine Smith...PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect, All-Southeast Region...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #29 offensive guard nationally and #51 overall prospect in Georgia... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #28 offensive guard nationally and #55 overall prospect in Georgia...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #22 offensive guard nationally, #420 overall prospect nationally and #43 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect, #16 offensive guard nationally and #239 overall prospect nationally...Dawg Post #18 overall prospect in Georgia...Named to the AJC 2016 All-State Class AAA offense...Named to the Georgia Sportswriters Association 2016 All-State Class AAA First Team offense...led team to a 13-2 record and state championship in 2016. Personal Full name: JUSTIN DARNELL SHAFFER...Major: Sport Management.

TYLER SIMMONS Powder Springs, Georgia McEachern High School WR Jr. 6-0 201 2VL

87 Career Highs

* 1 catch (5x), recent: vs. Okla., 2018

* Long rec. of 11 yards vs. La., 2016

2017 Played in all 15 games...finished with three catches for 26 yards, with a long

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9 Career High........................................... * 3 tackles against App State, 2017 2017 Played in 11 games and had five total stops...had one solo tackle against Tennessee..made three solo tackles against App State in debut...recipient of the Alisa and Robert O. Tate Scholarship. High School Sandalwood HS, coached by Adam Geis… PrepStar Magazine four-star recruit, top 350 ranked #316 nationally… 247Sports.com three-star prospect…ranked #353 nationally, #41 at his position, #44 in Florida…ESPN.com four-star recruit, 80 scout grade, #20 in his position, #138 in the Southeast region, #49 in Florida…Rivals.com three-star recruit, #36 in his position, ranked #71 in Florida…Scout.com four-star prospect, #240 scout rank, #24 at his position, #6 in the Southeast, #4 in Florida. Personal Full name: AMEER LASHON SPEED...Major: Accounting.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 11/0 5 0 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 1 0 0

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JAYSON STANLEY Fairburn, Georgia Creekside High School WR Sr. 6-1 207 2VL

Mention...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #99 overall prospect in Georgia... Rivals three-star prospect, #51 ATH nationally and #56 overall prospect in Georgia...Scout three-star prospect, #37 ATH nationally and #7 ATH in Georgia...had 20 total tackles, 1 TFL, 2 INTs and 5 PBUs on defense...also rushed for 279 yards on 41 carries and two TDs while also catching 16 balls for 183 yards and three TDs on offense. Personal Full name: ERIC JAMANE STOKES...Major: Psychology.

2 Career Highs

* 2 catches vs. Southern, 2015

LANDON STRATTON Russellville, Kentucky Murray State / Logan County HS

* Long rec. of 18 yards vs. Southern, 2015

2017 Played in 11 games, starting in the SEC Championship Game...one of three recipients of Special Teams Most Improved Award...returned one kickoff for 24 yards vs. Samford...a regular on UGA’s punt and KO coverage teams and had three tackles...recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in nine games, making five starts...made first career start vs. Nicholls...named Most Improved - Offense during the spring...recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. 2015 Played in three games...two receptions for 23 yards vs. Southern...Recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. High School Creekside, coached by Olten Downs...AJC 2014 Super 11...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #164 player in the PrepStar Top 300...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #156 player nationally, #17 WR nationally, #20 player in Georgia... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #44 WR nationally, #38 player in Georgia... Scout.com four-star prospect, #42 WR in the country, #19 WR in the South... missed senior season due to an ACL injury...had 41 catches for 817 yards and 16 TDs as a junior...helped Creekside to the Georgia 5A state title in 2013... MVP of 2013 Georgia Rising Seniors All-Star Game, scoring two TDs for 70 and 47 yards...also ran track, with a personal best 10.83 in the 100m. Personal Full name: JAYSON KYLE STANLEY...Major: Sport Management.

Career Receiving Stats Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2015 3/0 2 23 11.5 7.7 0 18 SU 2016 9/5 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 -2017 11/1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 -Total 23/6 2 23 11.5 1.0 0 18 SU

P Gr. 6-0 180 Tr.

92 Graduate transfer from Murray State who enrolled at UGA in the summer of 2018. At Murray State (2015-17) Three-year starting punter for the Racers, with a career average of 41.2 yards over 213 punts...had two punts over 70 yards, including a career long of 78 against Southern Illinois in 2016...ranked 19th among all FCS punters in average per punt as a freshman in 2015...ranked 21st nationally in 2016. High School Logan County...three-sport athlete who starred in soccer (4-time team MVP) and also lettered in basketball, in addition to playing football...scored 53 goals in soccer as a senior in 2014. Personal Full name: LANDON MARK STRATTON…Earned degree in Occupational & Health Safety from Murray State. Year 2015 2016 2017 Total

Punts 62 65 86 213

Career Punting Stats Yards Avg. In 20 FC TB BL LG 2601 42.0 16 14 10 0 74 EIU 2710 41.7 18 19 4 0 78 SIU 3474 40.4 25 18 4 0 60 JSU 8775 41.2 59 51 18 0 78 SIU

D’ANDRE SWIFT

ERIC STOKES

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania St. Joseph’s Preparatory School

Covington, Georgia Eastside High School

RB So. 5-9 215 1VL

DB RFr. 6-1 185 SQ

27 2017 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Tommy Reeder scholarship. High School Eastside, coached by Troy Hoff...Named to 2016 AJC Class 4A Honorable

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Career Highs: * 94 rushing yds vs. Missouri, 2017 * 10 rush att. vs. Miss. State, 2017 • Long rush of 71 yds vs. Missouri, 2017 * 3 rec. vs. ASU, UF, AU2, 2017 • 84 rec. yards vs. Florida, 2017 2017 Played in all 15 games, starting in one (@AU)...one of UGA’s three offensive

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Newcomers of the Year...team’s third-leading rusher and its fourth-leading receiver...the Bulldogs’ top rusher twice: vs. Missouri and again in the SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn...his 64-yard 4th-quarter TD dash capped scoring in the latter contest...gained career-best 94 yards on six carries vs. Missouri...caught three passes for 84 yards vs. Florida, including a 39-yarder that set up Georgia’s first TD...had a 40-yard run at Notre Dame that set up the go-ahead TD...recipient of the IV Chandler Football Scholarship.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 9/0 3 4 7 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 8/0 1 3 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 15/1 4 9 13 0.0/0 1.0/3 0 0 0 0 0 Total 32/1 8 16 24 0.0/0 1.0/3 0 0 0 0 0

High School St. Joseph’s Prep, coached by Gabe Infante…Selected to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl…2016 USA Today All-USA First-Team offense… Prepstar Magazine 5-star prospect, #48 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team…ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #66 player in the nation, #6 RB nationally, #1 player in Pennsylvania...2016 Pa. Football Writers All-State player of the year…Led his team to a 14-0 record and a 2017 PIAA Class 6A State title...carried 149 times for 1,564 yards, and 25 TDs as a senior…also had 21 catches for 405 yards and nine TDs…amassed 716 rushing yards and nine TDs in three playoff games.

ANDREW THOMAS Lithonia, Georgia Pace Academy OL So. 6-5 320 1VL

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Career Receiving Stats Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2017 15/1 17 153 9.0 10.2 1 39 UF

JUWAN TAYLOR Hollywood, Florida Hallandale High School ILB Sr. 6-1 218 2VL

44 Career Highs * 4 tackles vs. Kentucky, 2015

2017

* 2017 ESPN Freshman All-America Team * * 2017 USA Today Sports Freshman All-America Team * * Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team *

Played in all 15 games, making 15 starts as a true freshman at right tackle...one of three offensive Newcomers of the Year, given at team’s post-season awards gala...earned his first-team status from early days of pre-season camp...Recipient of the Statesboro Football Club Scholarship.  High School

Pace Academy, coached by Chris Slade…Selected to represent the East in the 2017 U.S. Army All-America Bowl…PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #37 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect, #40 player nationally, #7 OT nationally, #5 player in Georgia...247Sports. com four-star prospect, #42 player nationally, #9 OT nationally, #4 player in Georgia…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #88 player nationally, #10 OT nationally, #10 player in Georgia…Scout four-star prospect, #55 player nationally, #9 OT nationally…2016 AJC Super 11 in Georgia…Helped Pace Academy to a 14-2 record in 2015, winning the Class 3A State Championship...played both offensive tackle and defensive line, recording 59 tackles his senior season. Personal

Full name: ANDREW KEN THOMAS...Major: Finance.

2017 Played in all 15 games, with 13 total stops...had three tackles vs. Florida... made first two assisted tackles against Mississippi State...started at OLB against Vanderbilt and had three tackles, including one for lost yardage... recipient of the Dan M. Post Football Football Scholarship. 2016

STEVEN VAN TIFLIN Saginaw, Michigan Heritage High School WR Sr. 6-1 207 SQ

Played in eight games...made one tackle against UNC...followed with a tackle against Nicholls...had a special teams stop vs. Kentucky...recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. 2015 Played in nine games...seven total tackles...four tackles against Kentucky... recipient of the Dan M. Post Football Scholarship. High School Hallandale, coached by Dameon Jones...PrepStar three-star prospect, All-Southeast Region...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #44 OLB nationally, #111 player in Florida...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #32 OLB nationally, #69 player in Florida...Scout.com three-star prospect, #36 OLB nationally, #14 in the South, #4 in Florida...led HHS to a 10-2 record and the second round of the state playoffs his senior year...had 83 tackles and two INTs as a senior. Personal Full name: JUWAN LEONARD TAYLOR …Major: Sport Management.

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MARK WEBB

Heritage, coached by Donald Maloney ... earned All-Valley honors at quarterback ... completed 44 of 86 passes for 653 yards and four TDs at quarterback and added 324 yards rushing and seven scores ... also kicked extra points for the Hawks...named Saginaw Valley League Scholar Athlete of the Year and to the SVL All-Academic Team...also on Heritage basketball, golf and track teams.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Archbishop Wood DB So. 6-1 200 1VL

Personal Full name: STEVEN LEONARD VAN TIFLIN...Major: Real Estate.

D’ANDRE WALKER Fairburn, Georgia Langston Hughes High School OLB Sr. 6-3 245 3VL

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23 2017 Played in 13 games, seeing action mostly on special teams...only tackle came on opening kickoff vs. Missouri...began the season as a receiver but switched to the defensive backfield in mid-September...recipient of the James W. and Elizabeth Plant Scholarship. High School

* 6 tackles vs. Ga. Tech, 2017 * 2.0 TFL (3x), recent: vs. Oklahoma, 2018 * 1.0 sack (5x), recent: vs. Oklahoma, 2018

Archbishop Wood, coached by Steve Devlin... Selected to the inaugural Polynesian Bowl in Hawai’i…PrepStar Magazine 4-star prospect, #91 player nationally on the Top 150 Dream Team…ESPN.com four-star prospect, #175 player nationally, #25 WR nationally, #6 player in Pennsylvania...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #101 player nationally, #14 WR nationally, #5 player in Pennsylvania…helped his team to a 11-2 record in 2016, winning the 2016 PIAA Class 5A State title…Recorded 703 receiving yards and six TDs in 2016.

2017

Personal

Career Highs

Played in 15 games and had 40 total stops...second on the team in both tackles for lost yardage (13.5) and QB sacks (5.5)...fourth on team in QB pressures with 12... one of four defensive players to win Most Improved Award... had career-high six total stops in win at Ga. Tech...in Rose Bowl, made five tackles, two for loss, and a QB sack for a loss of eight yards...blocked a punt at Tennessee...forced a fumble on a QB sack vs. Kentucky...at Notre Dame, had three solo tackles and two tackles for a loss of two yards...defensive winner of the Physicality/Head-hunter Award after spring drills...recipient of the The Leavy Family & the Brunswick News Publishing Co. Scholarship.

Full name: MARK S. WEBB, JR...Major: Financial Planning.

ZAMIR WHITE Laurinburg, North Carolina Scotland High School RB Fr. 6-0 210 HS

2016 Appeared in all 13 games...had 19 total stops and seven QB pressures...five tackles, including one TFL, in win at USC...two tackles and two QB pressures against UNC...made two tackles and had a QB pressure at Missouri...earned Coffee County Hustle Award for exhibiting the most desire during spring drills...recipient of the Larry Munson Football Scholarship. 2015 Played in 13 games...nine total tackles...had four tackles each vs. No. 13 Alabama and at Vanderbilt...had a tackle and blocked a punt for a safety in his UGA debut against ULM... recipient of the DeVore Family Football Scholarship. High School Langston Hughes, coached by Willie Cannon…Parade Magazine All-America Honorable Mention...2014 U.S. Army All-American...member of the AJC 2014 Class 6A All-State Team...named to the Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State Class 6A First-Team Defense...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #236 overall player in the PrepStar 300 All-American…Rivals.com four-star prospect, #85 player nationally, #5 WDE nationally, #19 player in Georgia... Scout.com four-star prospect, #79 player nationally, #7 OLB nationally, #1 in the South …247Sports.com four-star prospect, #13 player in Georgia...finished his senior season with 102 tackles. Personal Full name: D’ANDRE WALKER...Major: Communications Studies.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 13/0 7 2 9 0.5/3 0.5/3 0 0 0 0 2 2016 13/0 9 10 19 0.0/0 2.5/8 0 0 0 0 7 2017 15/0 26 14 40 5.5/48 13.5/65 1 0 1 0 12 Total 41/0 42 26 68 6.0/51 16.5/76 1 0 1 0 21

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3 2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in limited work during spring drills while mending an injury. High School Scotland HS, coached by Richard Bailey...selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...247Sports.com five-star prospect...ranked as the #1 running back nationally, #6 prospect in the Southeast, the #9 overall prospect nationally and the #1 prospect in N.C... PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #7 nationally...Rivals.com five-star prospect, ranked #10 nationally, #6 in the Southeast, the #1 RB and #1 in N.C...rushed for 2,086 yards and 34 TDs in 11 games as a senior, averaging 14.1 yards per carry...led the Fighting Scots to a 12-2 record in 2017...suffered a torn ACL in the second round of the 2017 4A State playoffs...USA Today 2017 All-USA First Team offense...a finalist for USA Today’s National Offensive Player of the Year...winner of the Touchdown Club of Columbus (Ohio)’s 2017 Sam B. Nicola Award for national high school player of the year...winner of the 2017 MaxPreps Jonathan Gray Award, awarded to the top running back nationally...semifinalist for the Maxwell Football Club’s National High School Player of the Year Award...2017 N.C. Offensive Player of the Year by USA Today, as well as the N.C. All-State First Team...2015-16 Gatorade High School Football Player of the Year...AP 2016 All-State First Team for North Carolina...Helped SHS to a 50-6 record during his career...also competed in sprint events for SHS track team. Personal Full name: ZAMAR ALEXZA WHITE...Major: Undecided.

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DIVAAD WILSON

JARVIS WILSON

Miami, Florida Miami Northwestern High School

Tupelo, Mississippi Tupelo High School

DB Fr. 6-0 195 HS

SS Sr. 6-2 199 3VL

16 2018 Enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring drills before being sidelined by an injury. High School Miami Northwestern HS, coached by Max Edwards...Ranked as the #26 defensive back nationally, #242 overall prospect nationally and the #46 prospect in Florida...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #217 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #205 nationally and the #26 CB...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked as the #26 CB and the #51 prospect in Florida...captained Miami Northwestern to a 13-2-1 season and the FHSAA Class 6A Title in 2017, as well as a No. 3 ranking in Florida, the No. 10 ranking nationally and a berth in the GEICO State Champions Bowl Series...made eight INTs as a senior, along with two punt returns for TDs and a 55-yard TD pass...transferred to Northwestern from Monsignor Pace after his junior year...named to the 2016 Miami Herald AllDade County Class 5A First-Team defense as a junior...made five INTs and 80 tackles as a junior at Monsignor Pace...also competed in the 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay, high jump and long jump for the Northwestern and Monsignor Pace track and field teams. Personal Full name: DIVAAD ANTHONY WILSON...Major: Computer Science.

ISAIAH WILSON Brooklyn, New York Poly Prep Country Day School OL RFr. 6-7 345 SQ

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19 Career Highs * 3 tackles vs. TCU, 2016

* 0.5 Tackle for Loss vs. TCU, 2016

2017 Played in all 15 games...credited with two stops in the Kentucky game...winner of Special Teams Weapon award after spring drills...recipient of the Chad Powell Family Scholarship. 2016 Appeared in all 13 games...saw extensive action in AutoZone Liberty Bowl win vs. TCU and was credited with three stops...two of those came in kickoff coverage and the third resulted in lost yardage...credited with a fourth-quarter stop vs. Louisiana...Recipient of the Chad Powell Family Endowment. 2015

Appeared in 11 games...first career tackle against South Carolina...recipient of the Chad Powell Family Scholarship Endowment...enrolled early at UGA to participate in 2015 spring practice. High School Tupelo, coached by Trent Hammond...named to the 201 MAC All-State FirstTeam Defense...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #90 ranked athlete nationally, #23 overall prospect in Mississippi...Scout.com three-star prospect, #53 ranked safety nationally, #24 ranked safety in the South, #4 ranked safety in the state... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #19 ranked overall player in the state...registered six total tackles as a senior and also rushed for 275 yards and four TDs, adding 118 yards receiving and two TDs...led Tupelo to the 6A State Finals. Personal Full name: JARVIS LABRYANT WILSON…Major: Psychology.

Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2015 11/0 1 1 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 13/0 1 3 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2017 15/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 39/0 5 6 11 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 0

CHARLIE WOERNER

2017 Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Robert P. “Yank” Ludwig Scholarship.

Tiger, Georgia Rabun County High School

High School

Poly Prep Country Day School, coached by Kevin Fountaine...Parade Magazine All-America Hon. Mention…2016 USA Today All-USA 2nd-Team Offense…Selected to play in the 2017 Under Armour All American Game… Named NYC’s “Mr. Football” by the NYC chapter of the National Football Foundation...New York State Sports Writers Assn. 2016 Class AA Player of the Year…PrepStar Magazine 5-star prospect, #2 prospect nationally…ESPN.com 5-star prospect, #2 ranked OT nationally, #1 overall prospect in New York… Rivals 5-star prospect, #17 overall prospect nationally, #4 OT nationally and #1 overall prospect in New York…Scout 4-star prospect, #42 ranked overall prospect nationally, #7 OT nationally and #1 overall prospect in New York… Scored three TDs on 20 yards from Wildcat formation in one 2016 game… Earned NYSSWA 2A All-State First-Team Offense honors in 2015. Personal Full name: ISAIAH T. WILSON...Major: Psychology.

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Jr. 6-5 245 2VL

89 Career Highs * 3 catches vs. Oklahoma, 2018 * 66 receiving yards vs. Missouri, 2017 * 50-yard catch vs. Missouri, 2017 2017 Played in 14 games, including one starting assignment vs. Auburn...offensive co-winner of the Most Improved Award...career high of three catches came in Rose Bowl vs. Oklahoma...caught two passes for career-best 66 yards vs.

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Missouri...one of two winners of the Coffee County Hustle Award for offense...2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...recipient of the Peter and Kay Amann Football Scholarship.

JUSTIN YOUNG Loganville, Georgia Grayson High School

2016 Played in 12 games, making two starts...had five catches for 50 yards on the season...made collegiate debut vs. UNC, earning a start against the Tar Heels ...caught one pass for 11 yards vs. Florida...caught a 29-yard pass in the Nicholls game...Recipient of the Peter and Kay Amann Football Scholarship.

DE Jr. 6-4 275 2VL

High School Rabun County, coached by Lee Shaw...Rivals.com 4-star prospect, #23 TE nationally, #8 prospect in Georgia...ESPN.com 4-star prospect, #102 overall prospect in the country, #4 TE nationally, #11 prospect in Georgia...Scout.com four-star prospect, #42 overall prospect in the country, #5 ATH nationally… PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #182 overall prospect in the country, Top All-American selection...2015 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. Class AA All-State first team at TE...2015 AJC Super 11 in Georgia, Class AA Defensive Player of the Year, and AA All-State at DB…had 2,696 receiving yards in four seasons...had 57 receptions in 2015 to finish with 150 in his career... scored 16 TDs as a senior. Personal Full name: CHARLES KENT WOERNER...Major: Agricultural & Applied Economics....Nephew of former Georgia All-America DB and 2016 College Football Hall of Fame inductee Scott Woerner. Year 2015 2017 Total

Career Receiving Stats G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 12/2 5 50 10.0 4.5 0 29 NICH 14/1 9 100 11.1 7.1 0 50 MU 26/3 14 150 10.7 5.8 0 50 MU

DEVONTE WYATT Decatur, Georgia Hutchinson CC / Towers High School DL So. 6-3 301 Tr.

95 2018 Enrolled at UGA in January of 2018 and participated in spring drills. Junior College Hutchinson (Kan.) C.C., coached by Rion Rhoades...247Sports.com four-star JUCO prospect... ranked as the #8 overall Junior College prospect nationally, the #4 JUCO defensive tackle prospect and the #3 JUCO prospect from Georgia...ESPN.com four-star JUCO prospect, the #10 JUCO prospect nationally as a member of ESPN’s JC50 and the #3 JUCO DT overall...Rivals.com four-star JUCO prospect and the #9 JUCO prospect nationally...had 30 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, three sacks and a blocked PAT in 11 games for the Blue Dragons. High School Towers, coached by Brian Montgomery...247Sports.com four-star prospect... ranked as the #17 defensive tackle nationally, #278 overall prospect nationally and the #27 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #49 defensive tackle nationally and #65 overall prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com three-star prospect, ranked the #30 DT and #43 in the state...named 2016 All-State Class 3A defense by the AJC and Georgia Sportswriters Assn...signed with Georgia out of high school. Personal Full name: DEVONTE MALIK WYATT...Major: Sport Management.

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Career Highs

2017

* 1 TFL at Missouri, 2016

Appeared in four games...had one tackle for a loss of two yards vs. Samford... recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship.

2016

Played in nine games...had six total stops, including a tackle for lost yardage and a QB pressure...made his first tackle, a TFL, at Missouri...recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship.

2015

Redshirted...member of the scout team...recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship.

High School

Grayson, coached by Mickey Conn...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #32 SDE nationally, #48 player in the state...ESPN.com three-star prospect, #68 DT nationally, #112 player in the state...Scout.com three-star prospect, #35 DT nationally, #9 ranked DT in the South...2014 Georgia Sports Writers Assn. All-State Class 6A First Team...Grayson went 10-2 in 2014, including a berth in the state playoffs.

Personal

Full name: JUSTIN MORGAN YOUNG…Major: Management. Career Defensive Stats

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2016 9/0 2 4 6 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 1 2017 4/0 1 0 1 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 0 0 0 Total 13/0 3 4 7 0.0/0 2.0/3 0 0 0 0 1

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OLB, Fr. , 6-5, 225 / Rome, Ga. / Rome HS

High School: Rome, coached by John Reid…selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...247sports.com five-star prospect...ranked as the #1 OLB nationally, #18 overall prospect nationally and the #4 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #40 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals. com five-star prospect, ranked #12 nationally, #2 OLB and #4 in the state...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #56 nationally, #7 OLB and #8 in Georgia...2017 Class 6A Defensive Player of the Year by both the AJC and AP, as well as All-State First-Team defense by both authorities...state DPOY in 2016 by the AJC and Georgia Coaches Association (North)...USA Today 2017 All-USA Georgia First-Team defense...Rome went 15-0 and won the GHSA 5A State title in 2017...2018 Bobby Dodd National Lineman of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Atlanta....63 tackles, 10 sacks, two forced fumbles and an INT as a senior...AJC 2017 Preseason Super 11...Full name: ADAM O. ANDERSON

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WR, Fr. , 6-5, 191 / Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clemens HS

High School: Samuel Clemens, coached by Jared Johnston...Selected to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game...247Sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #37 WR nationally, #196 overall prospect nationally and the #23 prospect in Texas... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #258 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #71 nationally, #9 in the Midlands, #10 WR and the #8 prospect in Texas...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked as the #60 WR and the #46 prospect in Texas...27 receptions for 328 yards and eight TDs as a senior...also ran the 100m and 200m for the Clemens track team...Full name: TOMMY TRA’SHUN BUSH

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PK/P, Fr., 6-2, 180 / Norcross, Ga. / Norcross HS

High School: Norcross, coached by Keith Maloof... one of three kicking specialists picked to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-American Game...247Sports. com three-star prospect...Ranked as the #2 punter nationally...rated as both a five-star kicker and punter by Kohl’s, as well as the nation’s #1 kicker/punter, #1 punter and #4 kicker...PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and a member of the PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team...2017 All-State Class 7A First Team punter by both the AJC and the Georgia Sports Writers Assn...kicker and punter for Norcross from 2015-17...made four field goals outside of 50 yards, with a long of 55, as a senior...averaged 46.2 yards per punt with a long of 65, with 13 punts downed inside the 20...USA Today 2017 Preseason All-USA First Team at punter...attended multiple Kohl’s Kicking Camps, including the 2017 Underclassman Challenge, the 2017 National Scholarship Camp and the 2016 Southern Showcase...Norcross went 11-1 and reached the GHSA Class 7A second round of playoffs in 2016...2016 AP All-State Class 7A First Team at punter...Full name: JACK JACOB CAMARDA

3 TYSON CAMPBELL

DB, Fr., 6-2, 180, HS / Plantation, Fla. / American Heritage HS

High School: American Heritage, coached by Patrick Surtain, Sr. ...Selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...247Sports.com five-star prospect...ranked as the #2 DB nationally, #11 overall prospect nationally and the #4 prospect in Florida...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #34 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...ESPN.com five-star prospect, ranked #9 nationally, #6 prospect in the Southeast, #2 at CB and #3 in Florida...Rivals.com five-star prospect, ranked as the #25 overall prospect nationally, #4 CB and the #8 prospect in Florida...USA Today 2017 All-USA First-Team defense...led American Heritage to a 14-0 season as well as the FHSAA Class 5A Title in 2017, in addition to a No. 2 ranking in Florida and the No. 4 national ranking...USA Today 2017 Florida All-USA Second-Team defense...one of five finalists for the U.S Army All-America Bowl’s 2018 Lockheed Martin Defensive Back of the Year Award...amassed 133 total tackles, six INTs and seven PBUs in three seasons as a starter for the Patriots, while also returning punts and kicks...2017 MaxPreps Preseason Medium School All-America Second Team defense...2017 Sun Sentinel Preseason Super 11...selected to play in Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals... led American Heritage to a combined 50-5 record in his four years, including undefeated seasons as state champions in 2017 and 2016...AHHS also produced Bulldog alums Isaiah McKenzie and Sony Michel...also competed in the 100m, 200m and high jump for the American Heritage track team...2A state champion in the 100 meters and 200 meters...Full name: TYSON M. CAMPBELL.

75 OWEN CONDON

OT, Fr., 6-7, 315 Oklahoma City, Okla. / Bishop McGuinness HS

High School: Bishop McGuinness HS, coached by Justin Jones...247Sports.com three-star prospect... ranked as the #32 offensive tackle nationally, #444 overall prospect nationally and the #7 prospect in Oklahoma...PrepStar Magazine threestar prospect and a member of the PrepStar All-Midlands Region Team...Rivals. com three-star prospect, ranked as the #43 OT and #8 prospect in Oklahoma... ESPN.com three-star prospect, the #45 OT and #10 in Oklahoma...helped shape Bishop McGuinness towards a 12-2 season and an OSSAA Class 5A State Championship Game appearance in 2017, though he was ruled out for the season with surgery on a torn meniscus after two games...suffered the knee injury in the season opener but played through it and into the second game of the season before requiring surgery...listed as No. 7 on the Oklahoman’s 2017 Super 30 Rankings in both editions before and after the season...named to the Oklahoman’s 2016 All-State First Team offense his junior year...his mother, Sheri Condon, attended Georgia... born in Atlanta...Full name: OWEN SELLERS CONDON.

6 JAMES COOK

RB, Fr., 5-11, 183 / Miami, Fla. / Miami Northwestern HS

High School: Miami Central, coached by Roland Smith...transferred to Miami Northwestern after football season to finish out his senior year...selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, in which he ran for a 16-yard touchdown...247sports.com four-star prospect...ranked as the #41 overall prospect, #3 all-purpose running back and the #8 prospect in Florida...PrepStar Magazine fivestar prospect, #28 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals. com five-star prospect, ranked the #22 overall prospect, #1 APB and the #7 prospect in Florida...ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #54 nationally, #3 RB and

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2017 SEC Champions #16 in Florida...ranked as the No. 9 prospect in South Florida for the Class of 2018 by the Miami Herald...also Miami Herald 2017 All-Dade Class 8A-6A First Team offense at the athlete position...led the Rockets to a 10-4 record as a 2-way player in 2017...rushed for 782 yards and 10 TDs on 91 carries while also making three interceptions and two defensive TDs in his senior season...played for the Lunar Beast team at Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals...ran for 178 yards and three TDs while leading Miami Central to its fourth FHSAA Class 6A state title in a row... also competed in the 100m, 200m, 400m and shot put for the Miami Central track team...younger brother of Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, a former All-American at Florida State...Full name: JAMES COOK

99 JORDAN DAVIS

DL, Fr., 6-6, 320 / Charlotte, N.C. / Mallard Creek HS

High School: Mallard Creek, coached by Michael Palmieri...selected to represent the North Carolina Team in the 2017 Shrine Bowl...247Sports.com three-star prospect...ranked as the #29 defensive tackle nationally, #421 overall prospect nationally and the #14 prospect in North Carolina...prepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #223 nationally and member of the Top 350 All-American Team... ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked the #33 DT nationally and #14 in North Carolina...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked the #20 DT and #14 in North Carolina...named to the USA Today 2017 North Carolina All-USA First Team defense...named to the 2017 All-State First Team defense by both NC Preps and the Associated Press...helped lead Mallard Creek to a 14-1 record and an appearance in the 2017 NCHSAA 4AA State Championship Game...also played forward on the Mallard Creek varsity basketball team...Full name: JORDAN X. DAVIS

86 JOHN FITZPATRICK

TE, Fr., 6-6, 230 / Atlanta, Ga. / Marist School

High School: Marist School, coached by Alan Chadwick...247Sports.com fourstar prospect...ranked as the #17 tight end nationally, #316 overall prospect nationally and the #36 prospect in Georgia...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #147 nationally, #5 TE and #17 in the state...tabbed as one of the “Biggest Movers” in the Rivals.com rankings, in which he jumped 89 spots to #131 nationally between August and December...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, ranked #346 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN.com three-star prospect and the #11-ranked TE...named to the USA Today 2017 AllUSA Georgia First Team...helped lead Marist to a 14-1 season and GHSA Class 4A runner-up finish in 2017...AJC 2017 All-State Class 4A First Team offense, as well as the AJC’s All-Metro (DeKalb County) Team...hauled in 29 passes for more than 400 yards receiving and three TDs his senior season while also playing defensive end for the War Eagles... made five tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack in the state championship game...named to the GACA North 2016 All-State Class 4A First Team defense as a defensive lineman...also played soccer and basketball at Marist...Full name: JOHN WILLIAM FITZPATRICK.

45 LUKE FORD

TE, Fr., 6-6, 252 / Carterville, Ill. / Carterville HS

High School: Carterville, coached by Dennis Drust...Selected to represent the West in the 2018 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...247Sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #3 tight end nationally, #51 overall prospect nationally and the #1 prospect in Illinois...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #42 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #42 nationally, #1 TE and #1 in Illinois...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #63 nationally, #5 prospect in the Midwest, #3 TE and #1 in Illinois... named to the 2017 Illinois High School Football Coaches Association All-State Honorable Mention... named to the 2017 MaxPreps Preseason Medium School All-America First Team offense...Selected to represent the Mach Speed team in Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals...named to the News-Gazette (Champaign, Illinois) All-State Special Mention 100 following his senior and junior years...starting forward for the Carterville varsity basketball team, helping lead the Lions to the IHSA Regional Finals each of the last three seasons...Also competed in the long jump and 200 meters for the Carterville track and field team...Full name: LUKE D. FORD.

NADAB JOSEPH

CB, 6-0, 180 / Miami, Fla. / Miami Norland HS High School: Miami Norland HS, coached by Daryle Heidelburg...247Sports. com four-star prospect...ranked as the #18 cornerback nationally, #174 overall prospect nationally and the #30 prospect in Florida...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #155 nationally...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked as the #93 pros-

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions pect nationally, the #12 CB and the #24 prospect in Florida...ESPN.com four-star prospect, ranked #216 nationally and the #15 CB...led Norland to an appearance in the 2017 FHSAA Class 6A State Playoffs...helped Norland defeat fellow Georgia signee Divaad Wilson and Miami Northwestern, the No. 10 team nationally, 28-27 in the regular season...listed at No. 15 in the Miami Herald’s Class of 2018 Miami-Dade/Broward recruiting rankings in the preseason...transferred to Norland from Miami Edison High School following his junior year...named to the Miami Herald’s 2016 All-Dade County Class 5A (Independent) Second Team defense in his junior season...also competed in the 100 meters, 200 meters and long jump for the Norland track and field team...placed fifth in the long jump and 11th in the 200 meters for Norland at the 2017 FHSAA Class 2A District 16 Championships.

38 AZEEZ OJULARI

OLB, Fr., 6-3, 230 / Marietta, Ga. / Marietta HS

High School: Marietta, coached by Richard Morgan...selected to represent the East in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...247sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #10 weakside DE nationally, #144 overall prospect and #18 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and a member of the PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #244 prospect nationally, #13 OLB in nation, #31 overall prospect in the state...Rivals.com four-star prospect, #173 prospect nationally, #7 WDE and #21 prospect in Georgia...2017 Marietta Daily Journal Dynamite Dozen...led Marietta to the semifinals of the GHSA 7A State Playoffs as a senior...recorded 118 total tackles, including 92 solo, with 11 sacks and 31 tackles for loss...played on the Savage Pro team at Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals...posted 103 tackles, eight sacks and 17 tackles for loss his junior season...also lettered in basketball at Marietta...brother, B.J., also plays football and basketball at Marietta...Full name: AZEEZ O. OJULARI.

17 OTIS REESE

DB, Fr., 6-3, 205 / Leesburg, Ga. / Lee County HS

High School: Lee County, coached by Dean Fabrizio...247Sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #5 OLB nationally, #87 overall prospect nationally and the #12 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #180 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #56 nationally, #4 OLB and #8 in the state...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #230 nationally, #12 OLB and #26 in Georgia...helped lead Lee County to a 14-1 season and the GHSA Class 6A Title in 2017...named to the USA Today 2017 All-USA Georgia First-Team defense...honored as the 2017 Class 6A Defensive Player of the Year by both the AJC and the Georgia Sports Writers Assn., in addition to being named a member of the 2017 All-State Class 6A First Team defense by both the AJC and GSWA...AJC 2017 Preseason Super 11...played a wide range of defensive positions... named to the Albany Herald’s 2017 Preseason Dynamite Dozen...named an All-State First Team DB by both the AP and AJC in 2016... recorded 65 tackles, 10 for loss, as well as five sacks and three INTs as a junior... Full name: OTIS SYLVESTER REESE.

69 JAMAREE SALYER

OL, Fr., 6-4, 325 / Atlanta, Ga. / Pace Academy

High School: Pace Academy, coached by Chris Slade...selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-America Bowl...247Sports.com five-star prospect...ranked as the #1 OG nationally, the #7 prospect in the Southeast, the #10 overall prospect nationally and the #3 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, #10 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com five-star prospect, ranked #9 nationally, the #1 OG and #3 in the state... ESPN.com fourstar prospect, #23 nationally, #2 OG and #5 in Georgia...USA Today 2017 AllUSA First-Team offense, as well as the Georgia All-USA First Team...one of three finalists for the 2017 MaxPreps Jonah Williams Award, given to the best OL nationally...a finalist for the U.S Army All-America Bowl’s 2018 Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year Award...named to the 2017 All-State Class 3A First-Team offense by both the AJC and the Georgia Sports Writers Assn...played both OG and DE for the Knights...paved the way for 1,503 rushing yards by Pace Academy in 2017...AJC 2017 Preseason Super 11...Maxwell Football Club’s 2017 National High School Player of the Year watch list in the preseason...Top Lineman MVP in the Final Five Lineman Challenge at Nike’s The Opening 2017 Finals...AJC 2016 All-State Class 3A First-Team offense...helped lead Pace to a 13-2 record and the Class 2A state title in 2015...2015 All-State Class 2A First-Team offense by both the AJC and AP...played with UGA teammates Andrew Thomas (for three seasons) and Trey Blount (two seasons) at Pace...also threw the discus and shot for the Pace track team...Full name: JAMAREE TYREEZ SALYER.

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29 CHRIS SMITH, II

DB, Fr., 5-11, 175 / Atlanta, Ga. / Hapeville Charter Academy

High School: Hapeville Charter Career Academy, coached by Winston Gordon...247Sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #30 cornerback nationally, #316 overall prospect nationally and the #34 prospect in Georgia... Rivals. com four-star prospect, ranked #185 nationally, #18 CB and #22 in the state... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #319 nationally and a member of the Top 350 All-American Team...ESPN.com three-star prospect...Helped lead Hapeville Charter to a 14-1 season and the GHSA Class AA title in 2017...Honored as the 2017 Class 2A Defensive Player of the Year by the Georgia Sports Writers Assn., in addition to being named to the GSWA 2017 Class 2A All-State First-Team defense...Named to the AJC 2017 All-State Class 2A First-Team defense, as well as the AJC’s All-Metro (Atlanta/South Fulton) Team...Had an INT in the state title game...Made five INTs and nine PBUs as a senior...Named to the AP 2016 All-State Class 2A First-Team defense...Prep teammate of current UGA defensive back William Poole, III, for three seasons...Also competed in the 100 meters for the Hapeville Charter track team...Full name: CHRISTOPHER PAUL SMITH, II.

41 CHANNING TINDALL

LB, Fr., 6-2, 218 / Columbia, S.C. / Spring Valley HS

High School: Spring Valley, coached by Robin Bacon...Selected to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...247Sports.com four-star prospect...Ranked as the #5 OLB nationally, #103 overall prospect nationally and the #3 prospect in South Carolina...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #151 nationally, #12 OLB and #2 in South Carolina...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #220 nationally, #11 OLB and #4 in South Carolina...named to the USA Today 2017 All-USA First-Team defense...helped lead Spring Valley to an 11-2 season and a berth in the SCHSL 5A quarterfinals in 2017...2017 S.C. Defensive Player of the Year by both The State and USA Today, as well as First-Team All-State...finalist for USA Today’s National Defensive Player of the Year...one of four finalists by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl for the 2018 Doc Blanchard Award, given to a player on the East team who has succeeded in the classroom and on the field...made 190 total tackles to lead the state, 14 for loss and nine sacks in 2017...named as one of five finalists for South Carolina’s Mr. Football award...named to the 2017 MaxPreps Preseason All-America Second-Team defense...also threw the shot and discus for the Spring Valley track team...Full name: CHANNING D. TINDALL.

25 QUAY WALKER

ILB, Fr., 6-4, 235 / Cordele, Ga. / Crisp County HS

High School: Crisp County, coached by Brad Harber...selected to play in the 2018 Under Armour All-America Game...247Sports.com four-star prospect...#2 OLB nationally, #31 overall prospect nationally and the #6 prospect in Georgia...PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, #93 nationally and a member of the Top 150 Dream Team...Rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #38 nationally, the #3 OLB and #6 in the state...ESPN.com four-star prospect, #73 nationally, #2 OLB and #10 in Georgia...helped lead Crisp County to a 9-2 season and the second round of the GHSA Class 3A state playoffs in 2017...USA Today 2017 Georgia All-USA Second-Team defense...AJC 2017 Class 3A All-State First-Team defense...2017 Class 3A All-State Second-Team defense by the Georgia Sports Writers Assn.... had 76 total tackles, 10 for loss, and five pass deflections as a senior, also caught 13 passes for 201 yards and five TDs as a receiver...listed to the 2017 High School Butkus Award Watch List, given annually to the nation’s top prep linebacker... helped lead the Cougars to a program-best 13-1 record and the GHSA Class 3A State Semifinals in 2016...registered 19 TFLs, 109 total tackles, eight sacks and five PBUs as a junior...also a starter for the Crisp County basketball team, which won a region title in 2017...Full name: JAQUAVIAN JY’QUESE WALKER.

TRAMEL WALTHOUR

DL, 6-3, 270 / Hinesville, Ga. / Liberty County HS High School: Liberty County, coached by Kirk Warner...ESPN.com threestar prospect, #54 defensive tackle nationally, #67 overall prospect in Georgia...247Sports.com three-star prospect, #48 defensive tackle nationally, #65 overall prospect in the state...Rivals.com three-star prospect, #37 defensive tackle nationally, #51 overall prospect in the state of Georgia...Named to the Region 2-AAA First Team...named the Liberty County Football Defensive Player of the Year by MaxPreps.com...led the Panthers to the 2016 and 2017 GHSA Class AAA semifinals his junior and senior seasons...in addition to football, lettered in basketball at Liberty County...brother, Tracy White Jr., plays cornerback at Old Dominion...high school teammate of current Georgia sophomore defensive back Richard LeCounte for three seasons at Liberty County.

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2017 team & individual statistics OVERALL: 13-2

(HOME: 6-0; ROAD: 4-1; NEUTRAL: 3-1)

Date AP/USA Opponent (AP/USA) TV

9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2 1/1 1/8

15/15 15/15 13/13 11/12 7/8 5/6 4/5 3/3 2/2/1 2/2/1 7/7/7 7/7/7 6/6/6 3/3/3 3/3/3

Appalachian State at 24/25 Notre Dame Samford *17/19 Miss. State *at Tennessee *at Vanderbilt *Missouri *vs. Florida *South Carolina *at 10/10/10 Auburn *Kentucky at Georgia Tech vs. 4/4/2 Auburn& vs. 2/2/2 Oklahoma# vs. 4/4/4 Alabama$

W-L Score Attend.

ESPN W 31-10 NBC W 20-19 SECN W 42-14 ESPN W 31-3 CBS W 41-0 ESPN W 45-14 SECN W 53-28 CBS W 42-7 CBS W 24-10 CBS L 17-40 CBS W 42-13 ABC W 38-7 CBS W 28-7 ESPN W (2OT) 54-48 ESPN L (OT) 23-26

92,746 77,622 92,746 92,746 102,455 36,282 92,746 84,107 92,746 87,451 92,746 55,000 76,534 92,844 77,430

SEC: 7-1

Top Rusher

Chubb (15-96) Michel (13-73) Chubb (16-131) Chubb (15-81) Chubb (16-109) Michel (12-150) Swift (6-94) Michel (6-137) Chubb (20-102) Chubb (11-27) Chubb (15-151) Michel (13-85) Swift (7-88) Michel (11-181) Michel (14-98)

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(HOME: 4-0; ROAD: 2-1; NEUTRAL: 1-0)

Top Passer

Fromm (10-15-143) Fromm (16-29-141) Fromm (8-13-165) Fromm (9-12-201) Fromm (7-15-84) Fromm (7-11-102) Fromm (18-26-326) Fromm (4-7-101) Fromm (16-22-196) Fromm (13-28-184) Fromm (9-14-123) Fromm (12-16-224) Fromm (16-22-183) Fromm (20-29-210) Fromm (16-32-232)

Top Receiver

Wims (3-81) Hardman (4-27) Godwin (4-98) Godwin (2-80) Wims (3-33) Godwin (2-70) Wims (5-95) Swift (3-84) Wims (5-46) Godwin (4-54) Wims (6-83) Wims (5-77) Godwin (5-48) Wims (6-73) Ridley (6-82)

Top Tackler

Smith/Thompson (6) Reed (9) Smith (6) Reed (10) Smith (11) Smith (7) Smith (8) L. Carter (9) Smith (9) Smith (12) Smith (9) Smith (9) Smith (13) Smith (11) Smith (13)

*-SEC Games ◊ Florida game at EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.) ◊ &-SEC Championship Game (Atlanta) ◊ #-CFP Semifinal Game - Pasadena, Calif. ◊ $-CFP Champ. Game - Atlanta

TEAM STATISTICS

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SCORING....................................................... 531 246 Points Per Game......................................... 35.4 16.4 Points Off Turnovers...................................... 84 51 FIRST DOWNS.............................................. 306 234 Rushing........................................................ 173 108 Passing......................................................... 112 103 Penalty........................................................... 21 23 RUSHING YARDAGE.................................. 3876 1890 Yards gained rushing................................. 4162 2274 Yards lost rushing......................................... 286 384 Rushing Attempts......................................... 670 506 Average Per Rush......................................... 5.8 3.7 Average Per Game.................................... 258.4 126.0 TDs Rushing................................................... 42 8 PASSING YARDAGE.................................. 2653 2534 Comp-Att-Int.......................................186-305-9 244-437-12 Average Per Pass......................................... 8.7 5.8 Average Per Catch...................................... 14.3 10.4 Average Per Game.................................... 176.9 168.9 TDs Passing................................................... 24 19 TOTAL OFFENSE........................................ 6529 4424 Total Plays.................................................... 975 943 Average Per Play.......................................... 6.7 4.7 Average Per Game.................................... 435.3 294.9 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards......................... 26-612 29-566 KICK RETURN AVERAGE............................ 23.5 19.5 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards........................ 28-283 17-101 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE.......................... 10.1 5.9 INT RETURNS: #-Yards............................ 12-173 9-82 INT RETURN AVERAGE.............................. 14.4 9.1 FUMBLES-LOST.......................................... 16-7 15-8 PENALTIES-Yards.................................... 95-835 78-595 Average Per Game...................................... 55.7 39.7 PUNTS-Yards.......................................... 62-2763 95-4106 Average Per Punt........................................ 44.6 43.2 Net punt average......................................... 41.6 38.3 KICKOFFS-Yards.................................... 96-6171 58-3546 Average Per Kick......................................... 64.3 61.1 Net kick average.......................................... 40.9 38.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game................. 33:07 27:53 3RD-DOWN Conversions........................ 89/195 71/216 3rd-Down Pct............................................... 46% 33% 4TH-DOWN Conversions............................ 7/12 5/17 4th-Down Pct............................................... 58% 29% SACKS BY-Yards..................................... 34-258 22-150 MISC YARDS................................................... 14 9 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED............................... 67 28 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS........................ 21-24 17-23 ON-SIDE KICKS............................................. 0-1 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES....................... (53-55) 96% (31-40) 77% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS........... (39-55) 71% (19-40) 47% PAT-ATTEMPTS............................ (64-64) 100% (27-27) 100%

SCORING 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Georgia 125 140 161 93 12 531 Opponents 50 75 37 75 9 246

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GP-GS Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Long Avg/G

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Nick Chubb......................15-15 223 1388 43 1345 6.0 15 55 UK 89.7 Sony Michel.......................14-2 156 1240 13 1227 7.9 16 75 OU 87.6 D’Andre Swift.....................15-1 81 631 13 618 7.6 3 71 MU 41.2 Elijah Holyfield...................13-1 50 295 2 293 5.9 2 39 UF 22.5 Brian Herrien.....................14-0 61 281 16 265 4.3 1 30 UK 18.9 Jake Fromm.....................15-14 55 225 146 79 1.4 3 21 UK 5.3 35 MU 4.1 Mecole Hardman...............15-1 8 63 2 61 7.6 2 Christian Payne.................14-0 5 18 0 18 3.6 0 7 ND 1.3 Prather Hudson.................14-0 6 16 1 15 2.5 0 7 SAM 1.1 Riley Ridley.......................14-7 1 5 0 5 5.0 0 5 SC 0.4 Brice Ramsey......................4-0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 SAM 0.0 Jacob Eason........................6-1 3 0 12 -12 -4.0 0 0 ASU -2.0 20 0 38 -38 -1.9 0 0 -2.5 TEAM.................................15-0 Total..................................... 15 670 4162 286 3876 5.8 42 75 OU 258.4 Opponents........................... 15 506 2274 384 1890 3.7 8 45 OU 126.0 Jake Fromm.....................15-14 160.09 181-291-7 Jacob Eason........................6-1 90.74 4-7-0 Brice Ramsey......................4-0 -54.00 1-4-2 TEAM.................................15-0 0.00 0-2-0 D’Andre Swift.....................15-1 0.00 0-1-0 Total..................................... 15 154.12 186-305-9 Opponents........................... 15 113.40 244-437-12 Javon Wims.....................15-14 Terry Godwin...................15-14 Mecole Hardman...............15-1 D’Andre Swift.....................15-1 Riley Ridley.......................14-7 Isaac Nauta.......................15-9 Charlie Woerner................14-1 Sony Michel.......................14-2 Ahkil Crumpton..................13-0 Nick Chubb......................15-15 Tyler Simmons...................15-0 Jeb Blazevich....................15-5 Jackson Harris...................15-1 Brian Herrien.....................14-0 Jeremiah Holloman.............5-0 Elijah Holyfield...................13-1 Total..................................... 15 Opponents........................... 15

45 38 25 17 14 9 9 9 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 186 244

720 639 418 153 218 114 100 96 96 30 26 19 12 1 7 4 2653 2534

62.2 57.1 25.0 0.0 0.0 61.0 55.8

16.0 16.8 16.7 9.0 15.6 12.7 11.1 10.7 19.2 7.5 8.7 9.5 6.0 0.5 7.0 4.0 14.3 10.4

2615 28 10 0 0 2653 2534 7 6 4 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 19

24 0 0 0 0 24 19

80 UA 174.3 10 VU 4.7 10 SAM 2.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 80 UA 176.9 63 MU 168.9

38 AU1 48.0 59 MSU 42.6 80 UA 27.9 39 UF 10.2 47 SAM 15.6 41 MSU 7.6 50 MU 7.1 32 AU2 6.9 78 GT 7.4 11 ND/AU2 2.0 10 SAM 1.7 12 ASU 1.3 8 MSU 0.8 1 MU 0.1 7 VU 1.4 4 AU1 0.3 80 UA 176.9 63 MU 168.9

TOTAL OFFENSE GP-GS Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/P Avg/G

Jake Fromm.....................15-14 346 79 2615 2694 7.8 179.6 Nick Chubb......................15-15 223 1345 0 1345 6.0 89.7 Sony Michel.......................14-2 156 1227 0 1227 7.9 87.6 D’Andre Swift.....................15-1 82 618 0 618 7.5 41.2 Elijah Holyfield...................13-1 50 293 0 293 5.9 22.5 Brian Herrien.....................14-0 61 265 0 265 4.3 18.9 Mecole Hardman...............15-1 8 61 0 61 7.6 4.1 Christian Payne.................14-0 5 18 0 18 3.6 1.3 Jacob Eason........................6-1 10 -12 28 16 1.6 2.7 Prather Hudson.................14-0 6 15 0 15 2.5 1.1 Brice Ramsey......................4-0 5 0 10 10 2.0 2.5 Riley Ridley.......................14-7 1 5 0 5 5.0 0.4 TEAM.................................15-0 22 -38 0 -38 -1.7 -2.5 Total..................................... 15 975 3876 2653 6529 6.7 435.3 Opponents........................... 15 943 1890 2534 4424 4.7 294.9

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TFL- Sacks- IntPUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long DEFENSE GP-GS Solo Ast Tot Yds Yds Yds PBU QBP

Mecole Hardman................. 23 Ahkil Crumpton...................... 2 Terry Godwin......................... 2 D’Andre Walker..................... 1 Total.................................... 28 Opponents.......................... 17

271 6 2 4 283 101

11.8 3.0 1.0 4.0 10.1 5.9

0 30 AU1 0 6 UF 0 6 ASU 0 UT 0 0 30 AU1 0 26 AU1

Roquan Smith...................15-15 85 52 137 14.0-57 6.5-42 . 2 20 J.R. Reed.........................15-15 40 39 79 5.0-23 1.5-19 2-48 5 6 Lorenzo Carter.................15-10 30 31 61 7.5-50 4.5-40 . . 17 Deandre Baker.................15-14 30 14 44 1.0-4 . 3-37 9 . Aaron Davis......................15-15 30 13 43 3.0-9 1.5-7 1-0 4 3 Tyler Clark........................14-12 18 23 41 6.0-21 2.5-14 . . 6 D’Andre Walker..................15-0 26 14 40 13.5-65 5.5-48 . 1 12 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Dominick Sanders............15-15 23 17 40 3.5-3 . 4-85 5 . Dominick Sanders................. 4 85 21.2 0 39 OU Jonathan Ledbetter..........15-11 18 20 38 5.5-26 2.5-21 . . 9 Deandre Baker...................... 3 37 12.3 0 22 MSU Trenton Thompson.............13-3 20 18 38 3.5-7 . . 1 1 J.R. Reed.............................. 2 48 24.0 0 34 UT John Atkins.......................15-14 17 21 38 1.0-4 . . 1 . Malkom Parrish..................... 1 3 3.0 0 3 SC Reggie Carter.....................13-6 12 24 36 3.5-3 0.5-0 . 1 4 0 0.0 0 0 UK Aaron Davis........................... 1 Natrez Patrick.......................9-7 13 22 35 2.5-5 . . . 3 Tyrique McGhee.................... 1 0 0.0 0 0 UT Davin Bellamy..................15-14 16 18 34 7.5-35 5.0-29 . 3 14 David Marshall....................14-3 13 13 26 2.5-11 1.0-9 . 1 3 Total.................................... 12 173 14.4 0 39 OU . 1-3 3 . Opponents............................ 9 82 9.1 0 26 ASU Malkom Parrish..................11-5 23 3 26 1.0-1 Tyrique McGhee.................15-2 14 11 25 0.5-10 0.5-10 1-0 6 1 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Monty Rice.........................14-1 10 12 22 2.0-2 . . . . Mecole Hardman................. 20 505 25.2 0 47 AU1 Julian Rochester.................15-1 9 13 22 2.5-16 2.0-15 . . 3 Elijah Holyfield....................... 4 64 16.0 0 24 ND Richard LeCounte..............10-1 10 5 15 . . . . . Jayson Stanley...................... 1 24 24.0 0 24 SAM Juwan Taylor......................15-1 4 9 13 1.0-3 . . . . Ahkil Crumpton...................... 1 19 19.0 0 19 ASU Walter Grant.......................15-0 5 4 9 2.5-11 0.5-4 . . 3 Total.................................... 26 612 23.5 0 47 AU1 Nate McBride......................15-0 4 3 7 . . . . . Opponents.......................... 29 566 19.5 0 38 MU Tae Crowder.......................15-0 3 4 7 . . . . . Malik Herring......................15-0 1 6 7 . . . . 1 FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Michail Carter.....................13-0 4 2 6 1.0-1 . . . . Roquan Smith........................ 1 9 9.0 0 9 AU2 Michael Barnett..................12-0 4 1 5 . . . . . J.R. Reed.............................. 1 3 3.0 1 3 UF Jarvis Wilson......................15-0 3 2 5 1.0-1 . . . . Total...................................... 2 12 6.0 1 9 AU2 Ameer Speed.....................11-0 5 . 5 . . . 1 . Opponents............................ 2 61 30.5 1 46 OU Keyon Brown......................14-0 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . . ALL PURPOSE...... GP Rush Rec Ret Tot Avg/G Trent Frix............................15-0 2 2 4 . . . . . Nick Chubb...................... 15 1345 30 0 1375 91.7 Deangelo Gibbs....................6-0 1 2 3 . . . 1 . Sony Michel..................... 14 1227 96 0 1323 94.5 DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle.....6-0 2 . 2 Justin Young.........................4-0 1 . 1 1.0-2 . . . . Mecole Hardman............. 15 61 418 776 1255 83.7 Mark Webb.........................13-0 . 1 1 . . . . . D’Andre Swift................... 15 618 153 0 771 51.4 Total...................................... 15 499 420 919 93-388 34-258 12-173 44 106 Javon Wims..................... 15 0 720 0 720 48.0 Terry Godwin................... 15 0 639 2 641 42.7 CAUSED FUMBLES (10): L. Carter (3); Bellamy (2); A. Davis (1); T. McGhee (1); Reed (1); Elijah Holyfield................. 13 293 4 64 361 27.8 R. Smith (1); Walker (1). Brian Herrien................... 14 265 1 0 266 19.0 FUMBLE RECOVERIES (8): L. Carter (3); Reed (2); Smith (2); Atkins (1). Riley Ridley..................... 14 5 218 0 223 15.9 BLOCKED KICKS (4): L. Carter (1); Hawkins-Muckle (1); Reed (1); Walker (1). Ahkil Crumpton................ 13 0 96 25 121 9.3 Isaac Nauta..................... 15 0 114 0 114 7.6 |------------- PATs -------------| Charlie Woerner.............. 14 0 100 0 100 7.1 SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Dominick Sanders........... 15 0 0 85 85 5.7 Rodrigo Blankenship..... 0 20-23 63-63 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 123 Jake Fromm..................... 15 79 0 0 79 5.3 Sony Michel................. 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 102 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 90 J.R. Reed........................ 15 0 0 48 48 3.2 Nick Chubb.................. 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Deandre Baker................ 15 0 0 37 37 2.5 Javon Wims................... 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 38 Tyler Simmons................. 15 0 26 0 26 1.7 Terry Godwin................. 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Jayson Stanley................ 12 0 0 24 24 2.0 Mecole Hardman........... 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Jeb Blazevich.................. 15 0 19 0 19 1.3 D’Andre Swift................. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 18 Christian Payne............... 14 18 0 0 18 1.3 Jake Fromm................... 3 0-0 Elijah Holyfield............... 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Prather Hudson............... 14 15 0 0 15 1.1 Riley Ridley................... 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Jackson Harris................. 15 0 12 0 12 0.8 Isaac Nauta................... 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Jeremiah Holloman........... 5 0 7 0 7 1.4 Brian Herrien................. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 D’Andre Walker............... 15 0 0 4 4 0.3 Ahkil Crumpton.............. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Malkom Parrish............... 11 0 0 3 3 0.3 J.R. Reed...................... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jacob Eason...................... 6 -12 0 0 -12 -2.0 David Marvin................. 0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 4 TEAM............................... 15 -38 0 0 -38 -2.5 Total............................ 67 21-24 64-64 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 531 27-27 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 246 Total................................ 15 3876 2653 1068 7597 506.5 Opponents.................. 28 17-23 Opponents...................... 15 1890 2534 749 5173 344.9 CONSECUTIVE PAT KICKS MADE: Blankenship, 89; Marvin, 1; Georgia, 189; Opponents, PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 50+ Blk 30. Cameron Nizialek.... 61 2744 45.0 61 OU 4 27 26 19 0 Brice Ramsey............ 1 19 19.0 19 UA 0 1 0 0 0 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Rodrigo Blankenship.......... 20-23 87.0 0-0 8-8 6-6 4-7 2-2 55 OU 0 Total........................ 62 2763 44.6 61 OU 4 28 26 19 0 David Marvin.......................... 1-1 100.0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19 UT 0 Opponents.............. 95 4106 43.2 70 UF 9 31 23 23 1 Total................................... 21-24 87.5 1-1 8-8 6-6 4-7 2-2 55 OU 0 Opponents......................... 17-23

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Nick Chubb 223-1345/15 15-96/2 13-63/0 16-131/2 15-81/2 16-109/0 16-138/2 16-70/0 13-77/1 20-102/0 11-27/1 15-151/2 12-53/1 13-77/0 14-145/2 18-25/0 156-1227/16 16-87/1 13-73/1 DNP 7-32/0 11-64/1 12-150/1 9-86/2 6-137/2 16-81/1 9-21/0 12-87/3 13-85/1 7-45/0 11-181/3 14-98/0 Sony Michel D’Andre Swift 81-618/3 6-31/0 2-42/0 9-54/1 10-69/0 5-36/0 4-32/0 6-94/0 4-8/0 5-22/0 4-18/0 7-66/0 4-37/1 7-88/1 4-6/0 4-15/0 E. Holyfield 50-293/2 DNP - 8-28/0 DNP 7-51/0 7-51/1 6-48/0 4-49/1 - 2-6/0 2-16/0 9-35/0 5-9/0 - Brian Herrien 61-265/1 4-10/0 2-1/0 9-45/0 9-21/0 6-20/1 9-28/0 6-31/0 6-10/0 2-18/0 - 3-48/0 3-17/0 2-16/0 - DNP Jake Fromm 55-79/3 - 5--7/0 5-11/0 1-0/0 7-20/2 4-36/0 4-14/1 1-13/0 5-11/0 5--33/0 2-18/0 2-20/0 3-4/0 4--13/0 7--15/0 8-61/2 - 2-7/0 - - 1--2/0 - 1-35/1 - - 1-7/0 - - 1-4/0 - 2-10/1 Mecole Hardman Christian Payne 5-18/0 - 3-12/0 - - - - - - 2-6/0 - - - DNP - Prather Hudson 6-15/0 - - 6-15/0 - - - - - - - - - - - DNP Riley Ridley 1-5/0 DNP - - - - - - - 1-5/0 - - - - - Brice Ramsey 1-0/0 - DNP 1-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP 3--12/0 2--1/0 DNP DNP DNP - 1--11/0 DNP - DNP DNP - - DNP DNP DNP Jacob Eason TEAM

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Javon Wims 45-720/7 3-81/1 2-35/0 1-5/0 2-43/0 3-33/1 2-20/0 5-95/0 1-17/1 5-46/1 3-96/0 6-83/1 5-77/1 - 6-73/1 1-16/0 38-639/6 - 2-36/1 4-98/2 2-80/1 2-43/0 2-70/1 4-42/0 - 3-53/0 4-54/0 1-16/0 - 5-48/1 5-51/0 4-48/0 Terry Godwin - 2-71/1 - 3-41/1 1-11/0 2-24/0 3-51/0 4-67/0 1-15/0 2-80/1 Mecole Hardman 25-418/4 1-8/0 4-27/0 1-5/1 1-18/0 - D’Andre Swift 17-153/1 3-18/0 1--4/0 1-10/0 1-8/0 1-5/0 2-8/1 - 3-84/0 - - - - 3-17/0 - 2-7/0 Riley Ridley 14-218/2 DNP 2-18/0 1-47/0 - - - 2-41/1 - 1-7/0 1-14/1 - 1-9/0 - - 6-82/0 Isaac Nauta 9-114/2 2-24/0 1-9/0 - 1-41/1 1-3/0 - 1-9/0 - 1-17/0 - - 1-9/0 1-2/1 - 9-100/0 - 1-4/0 - - - 1-4/0 2-66/0 - - 2-5/0 - - - 3-21/0 DNP Charlie Woerner Sony Michel 9-96/1 - 1--2/0 DNP 1-3/0 - - - - 1-16/0 - - - 2-38/0 4-41/1 Ahkil Crumpton 5-96/1 - - - - - 2-17/0 1-1/0 - - DNP - 2-78/1 DNP - Nick Chubb 4-30/0 - 1-11/0 - - - - - - 1-9/0 - - - 1-11/0 - 1--1/0 3-26/0 - 1-7/0 1-10/0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-9/0 Tyler Simmons Jeb Blazevich 2-19/0 1-12/0 - - - - - - - 1-7/0 - - - - - Jackson Harris 2-12/0 1-4/0 - - 1-8/0 - - - - - - - - - - Brian Herrien 2-1/0 - - - - - - 1-1/0 - - 1-0/0 - - - - DNP J. Holloman 1-7/0 - DNP - DNP - 1-7/0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP E. Holyfield 1-4/0 DNP - - DNP - - - - - 1-4/0 - - - - Mecole Hardman 23-271 - 2-25 1-8 1--3 4-45 1-20 - 2-18 1--3 3-43 1-20 3-40 1-3 1-21 2-34 Ahkil Crumpton 2-6 1-0 - - - - - - 1-6 - DNP - - DNP - Terry Godwin 2-2 1-6 1--4 - - - - - - - - - - - - D’Andre Walker 1-4 - - - - 1-4 - - - - - - - - - Mecole Hardman E. Holyfield Jayson Stanley Ahkil Crumpton

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D. Sanders 4-85 - - - 1-15 - - 1-18 1-13 - - - - - 1-39 Deandre Baker 3-37 - - - 1-22 - - - - - - - 1-15 - - 1-0 J.R. Reed 2-48 - - - - 1-34 - - - 1-14 - - - - - Malkom Parrish 1-3 DNP DNP DNP - - - - - 1-3 - - - DNP - Aaron Davis 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - - - - Tyrique McGhee 1-0

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Att Cmp Int Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Effic Jake Fromm Appalachian St. 15 10 0 66.7 143 1 34 0 0 168.7 Notre Dame 29 16 1 55.2 141 1 31 2 8 100.5 Samford 13 8 0 61.5 165 3 51 0 0 244.3 Mississippi State 12 9 0 75.0 201 2 59 0 0 270.7 Tennessee 15 7 1 46.7 84 1 24 2 13 102.4 Vanderbilt 11 7 0 63.6 102 2 47 1 6 201.5 Missouri 26 18 1 69.2 326 2 59 1 2 192.2 Florida 7 4 1 57.1 101 1 39 0 0 196.9 South Carolina 22 16 0 72.7 196 2 22 1 7 177.6 Auburn 28 13 0 46.4 184 1 38 4 37 113.4 Kentucky 14 9 1 64.3 123 1 27 1 3 147.4 Georgia Tech 16 12 0 75.0 224 2 78 0 0 233.8 Auburn 22 16 0 72.7 183 2 34 2 13 172.6 Oklahoma 29 20 0 69.0 210 2 21 2 18 152.6 Alabama 32 16 2 50.0 232 1 80 4 33 108.7 TOTALS 291 181 7 62.2 2615 24 80 20 140 160.1

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Roquan Smith 85-52 137 3-3 5-2 4-2 3-5 6-5 4-3 4-4 5-3 7-2 8-4 5-4 8-1 10-3 4-7 9-4 J.R. Reed 40-39 79 4-1 5-4 1-0 3-7 2-1 3-1 1-3 1-7 3-0 4-7 1-2 3-1 3-1 4-3 2-1 Lorenzo Carter 30-31 61 1-2 4-3 3-1 1-2 - 0-1 2-1 3-6 0-1 3-1 2-1 2-1 4-2 3-7 2-2 Deandre Baker 30-14 44 0-1 1-3 2-0 5-2 2-0 3-2 2-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 - 5-0 2-0 1-2 Aaron Davis 30-13 43 1-1 4-1 3-0 3-3 1-0 2-1 0-1 0-2 4-1 6-1 2-0 3-0 - 0-1 1-1 Tyler Clark 18-23 41 0-2 1-3 DNP 1-1 1-3 1-0 1-1 1-3 0-2 1-3 2-1 1-0 1-1 4-1 3-2 D’Andre Walker 26-14 40 2-2 3-0 1-0 2-0 - 1-2 2-1 0-3 - 1-0 1-1 6-0 3-1 2-3 2-1 D. Sanders 23-17 40 2-1 2-1 3-1 - 0-1 1-1 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 1-2 3-0 1-2 2-3 1-2 T. Thompson 20-18 38 3-3 1-2 3-0 2-1 1-1 DNP DNP 0-1 1-1 3-3 0-4 1-0 2-0 1-1 2-1 J. Ledbetter 18-20 38 0-2 1-0 - 1-2 3-0 1-2 2-3 2-1 1-2 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-3 0-3 John Atkins 17-21 38 0-3 1-2 0-1 2-2 2-2 - 1-2 1-1 0-1 1-3 0-2 3-0 2-0 2-2 2-0 Reggie Carter 12-24 36 0-2 1-0 2-2 1-0 - DNP DNP 1-3 0-7 1-4 0-2 1-0 - 2-2 3-2 Natrez Patrick 13-22 35 - 2-3 1-2 2-3 1-3 DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-1 0-7 4-1 1-2 DNP DNP Davin Bellamy 16-18 34 0-2 2-4 - 2-2 2-0 2-1 2-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 Malkom Parrish 23-3 26 DNP DNP DNP - 2-0 3-0 - 0-1 2-1 3-1 6-0 1-0 DNP 1-0 5-0 David Marshall 13-13 26 1-0 1-0 - 0-2 0-2 0-1 DNP 2-1 1-2 1-2 - - 2-1 4-0 1-2 Tyrique McGhee 14-11 25 2-3 2-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-1 0-2 - 0-1 1-1 - - 5-0 Monty Rice 10-12 22 1-1 DNP 2-3 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-4 0-3 - - - - 1-0 - J. Rochester 9-13 22 0-2 0-4 - 1-0 1-1 0-1 - 1-2 - 1-0 0-2 - 3-0 1-1 1-0 R. LeCounte 10-5 15 4-1 0-1 2-1 1-0 - - DNP - DNP DNP 1-1 1-1 1-0 DNP DNP Juwan Taylor 4-9 13 0-2 - - 0-2 - 2-1 1-0 0-3 - - 1-0 0-1 - - Walter Grant 5-4 9 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 - - - 0-1 - 0-1 1-0 - - - Nate McBride 4-3 7 - - - - 0-1 1-0 - 1-1 - - 1-1 - - 1-0 Tae Crowder 3-4 7 - - - - 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 - - - 2-0 - - Malik Herring 1-6 7 - - 1-1 0-1 - - 0-1 0-2 - - 0-1 - - - Michail Carter 4-2 6 0-1 - 1-0 - 2-0 - 0-1 1-0 - - - - - DNP DNP Ameer Speed 5-0 5 3-0 DNP DNP - 1-0 - - 1-0 - - - - - DNP DNP Michael Barnett 4-1 5 DNP DNP 0-1 - DNP - - - - - 2-0 2-0 - - Jarvis Wilson 3-2 5 1-0 - 1-0 - - - - 1-0 - - 0-2 - - - Keyon Brown 3-1 4 - DNP - - 0-1 - - - - - - 1-0 - 1-0 1-0 Trent Frix 2-2 4 - - - - - - - - - 2-0 - - 0-1 - 0-1 Deangelo Gibbs 1-2 3 1-1 DNP DNP 0-1 - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DHawkins-Muckle 2-0 2 - DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - - Justin Young 1-0 1 - - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP Mark Webb 0-1 1 - - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - DNP - DNP

Roquan Smith 12-4 14.0 - 1.0-3 - - - 0.5-1 - - 1.5-11 1.5-3 1.0-6 3.0-9 2.0-17 1.0-2 2.5-5 D’Andre Walker 13-1 13.5 1.0-4 2.0-2 1.0-9 - - 1.0-2 - 0.5-5 - 1.0-9 1.0-6 2.0-3 2.0-15 2.0-10 Lorenzo Carter 6-3 7.5 0.5-0 1.0-12 2.0-17 1.0-6 - - - 1.0-6 - 1.0-3 - - 0.5-1 0.5-5 Davin Bellamy 5-5 7.5 0.5-1 1.5-10 - - 2.0-6 0.5-2 - 0.5-0 - - - - 1.0-2 - 1.5-14 Tyler Clark 4-4 6.0 - 1.0-2 DNP 0.5-0 0.5-1 - - 0.5-4 - - 1.0-1 - - 2.0-13 0.5-0 J. Ledbetter 4-3 5.5 - - - - 1.0-5 1.0-3 - 1.0-1 - - - - 0.5-0 1.0-8 1.0-9 J.R. Reed 3-4 5.0 1.0-9 1.0-1 - 0.5-1 1.0-1 - - 0.5-10 - 1.0-1 - - - - T. Thompson 3-1 3.5 2.0-3 - 1.0-3 - - DNP DNP - - - - - - - 0.5-1 D. Sanders 3-1 3.5 1.0-1 - - - - 1.0-1 - - 1.5-1 - - - - - Reggie Carter 2-3 3.5 - - - - - DNP DNP 1.0-1 1.0-0 0.5-0 - - - 1.0-2 Aaron Davis 2-2 3.0 - - - - - - - - 0.5-1 2.0-4 - - - 0.5-4 Walter Grant 2-1 2.5 - 1.0-3 1.0-4 - - - - 0.5-4 - - - - - - David Marshall 2-1 2.5 - - - - - - DNP 1.0-1 0.5-1 - - - - 1.0-9 Natrez Patrick 2-1 2.5 - 0.5-0 - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP 1.0-4 - 1.0-1 - DNP DNP J. Rochester 1-3 2.5 - - - - 1.5-9 - - 1.0-7 - - - - - - Monty Rice 2-0 2.0 - DNP - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - 1.0 - - - - - - 1.0-18 - - - - - - - D’Andre Swift 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-4 - - John Atkins 1-0 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-4 - Deandre Baker 1-0 1.0 - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - Juwan Taylor - 1.0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP Justin Young 1-0 1.0 - 1-0 1.0 - - - - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - DNP DNP Michail Carter Malkom Parrish 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP DNP - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - DNP - 1-0 1.0 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - Jarvis Wilson 0-1 0.5 - - - - - - - 0.5-10 - - - - - - Tyrique McGhee Roquan Smith 6-1 6.5 - 1.0-3 - - - - - - 1.5-11 - 1.0-6 1.0-7 1.0-11 - 1.0-4 D’Andre Walker 5-1 5.5 - - 1.0-9 - - - - 0.5-5 - 1.0-9 1.0-6 - 1.0-11 1.0-8 Davin Bellamy 4-2 5.0 - 1.0-9 - - 1.0-4 - - 0.5-0 - - - - 1.0-2 - 1.5-14 Lorenzo Carter 4-1 4.5 - 1.0-12 2.0-17 - - - - 1.0-6 - - - - - 0.5-5 J. Ledbetter 2-1 2.5 - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - - - - 1.0-8 0.5-8 Tyler Clark 2-1 2.5 - - DNP - - - - 0.5-4 - - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-9 J. Rochester 1-2 2.0 - - - - 1.0-8 - - 1.0-7 - - - - - - J.R. Reed 1-1 1.5 1.0-9 - - - - - - 0.5-10 - - - - - - Aaron Davis 1-1 1.5 - - - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - 0.5-4 David Marshall 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - DNP - - - - - - 1.0-9 Tyrique McGhee 0-1 0.5 - - - - - - - 0.5-10 - - - - - - Walter Grant 0-1 0.5 - - - - - - - 0.5-4 - - - - - - Reggie Carter 0-1 0.5 - - - - - DNP DNP - 0.5-0 - - - - - -

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XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 42 Aulden Bynum 15/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 7 Lorenzo Carter 15/10 START XXX START START XXX START START START XXX XXX START START START START XXX 76 Michail Carter 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... Reggie Carter 13/6 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... START START START START XXX XXX START START 45 82 Michael Chigbu 6/0 XXX XXX ... XXX ... ... XXX XXX ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 27 Nick Chubb 52 Tyler Clark 14/12 START XXX ... START XXX START START START START START START START START START START Ben Cleveland 15/5 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START 74 30 Tae Crowder 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Ahkil Crumpton 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX ... 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XXX ... ... ... 4 Mecole Hardman 15/1 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 88 Jackson Harris 15/1 START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 96 D. Hawkins-Muckle 6/0 XXX ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX 3H Brian Herrien 14/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... 1M Malik Herring 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 29 Tim Hill 7/0 XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 9 J. Holloman 5/0 XXX ... XXX ... XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1H E. Holyfield 13/1 ... XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX 2H Prather Hudson 14/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... 8H Jaden Hunter 1/0 XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 66 Solomon Kindley 15/7 XXX XXX START START XXX START START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 2L R. LeCounte 10/1 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX ... ... 13 J. Ledbetter 15/11 START START START START START XXX START START START START XXX START XXX START XXX David Marshall 14/3 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX START XXX START XXX START 51 91 David Marvin 3/0 ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... 22 Nate McBride 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 26 Tyrique McGhee 15/2 XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 8M Miles McGinty 1/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 Sony Michel 14/2 XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX START 43 Nick Moore 5/0 XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX XXX 18 Isaac Nauta 15/9 START START START START START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX 92 C. Nizialek 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 14 Malkom Parrish 11/5 ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START ... XXX START 6 Natrez Patrick 9/7 START START START START START ... ... ... ... XXX XXX START START ... ... Christian Payne 14/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX 47 31 William Poole 5/0 XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... XXX ... 1R Brice Ramsey 4/0 XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... XXX 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 20 J.R. Reed 32 Monty Rice 14/1 XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 8 Riley Ridley 14/7 ... XXX XXX XXX START START START XXX XXX XXX START START XXX START START 5R J. Rochester 15/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 24 D. Sanders 54 Justin Shaffer 8/0 XXX ... XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... XXX XXX ... ... ... 3S Tyler Simmons 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 55 Dyshon Sims 11/4 START START XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX START ... XXX XXX ... ... ... 3 Roquan Smith 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 9S Ameer Speed 11/0 XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... 2 Jayson Stanley 12/1 ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START ... XXX 7S D’Andre Swift 15/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 75 Thomas Swilley 2/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... 44 Juwan Taylor 15/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 71 Andrew Thomas 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 78 T. Thompson 13/3 XXX START START XXX START ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 15 D’Andre Walker 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 81 Mark Webb 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX ... 19 Jarvis Wilson 15/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 6W Javon Wims 15/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START XXX START START 89 Charlie Woerner 14/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX ... 77 Isaiah Wynn 15/15 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START START 9Y Justin Young 4/0 XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ...

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Rushing Stats----|

game-by-game team statistics Receiving Stats--|

Passing Stats----------|

Kick Returns-----| Punt Returns-----| Tot

Offense No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Off

GEORGIA 44 221 3 44 Appalachian St. 32 136 1 32 GEORGIA 43 185 1 40 at Notre Dame 37 55 1 8 GEORGIA 54 284 3 32 Samford 23 22 0 14 GEORGIA 42 203 2 28 Mississippi St. 37 177 0 39 GEORGIA 55 294 4 32 at Tennessee 29 62 0 10 GEORGIA 54 423 4 50 at Vanderbilt 22 64 1 28 GEORGIA 51 370 4 71 Missouri 24 59 0 12 GEORGIA 35 292 4 74 vs. Florida 41 183 1 29 GEORGIA 53 242 1 27 South Carolina 17 43 0 15 GEORGIA 32 46 1 10 at Auburn 46 237 1 30 GEORGIA 44 381 5 55 Kentucky 37 124 1 12 GEORGIA 43 247 3 31 at Georgia Tech 46 188 0 33 GEORGIA 41 238 1 64 vs. Auburn 31 114 0 15 GEORGIA 34 238 5 75 vs. Oklahoma 45 242 2 45 GEORGIA 45 133 1 26 vs. Alabama 39 184 0 35 Totals 625 3981 41 75 Opponents 467 2059 8 45

11 147 1 34 11-20-2 147 1 34 21 148 0 23 21-32-0 148 0 28 16 141 1 31 16-29-1 141 1 31 20 210 0 32 20-40-0 210 0 32 9 175 3 51 9-15-0 175 3 51 26 227 2 25 26-35-0 227 2 25 9 201 2 59 9-12-0 201 2 59 15 103 0 21 15-33-2 103 0 21 7 84 1 24 7-17-1 84 1 24 11 80 0 44 11-23-2 80 0 44 10 126 2 47 10-14-0 126 2 47 17 172 1 38 17-31-0 172 1 38 18 326 2 59 18-26-1 326 2 59 15 253 4 63 15-25-1 253 4 63 4 101 1 39 4-7-1 101 1 39 10 66 0 17 10-25-1 66 0 17 16 196 2 22 16-22-0 196 2 22 21 227 1 35 21-36-2 227 1 35 13 184 1 38 13-29-0 184 1 38 17 251 3 55 17-25-0 251 3 55 9 123 1 27 9-14-1 123 1 27 12 138 0 45 12-23-1 138 0 45 12 224 2 78 12-27-0 224 2 78 2 38 1 28 2-9-1 38 1 28 16 183 2 34 16-22-0 183 2 34 16 145 1 29 16-32-0 145 1 29 20 210 2 21 20-29-0 210 2 21 24 289 3 45 24-36-1 289 3 45 16 232 1 80 16-32-2 232 1 80 17 187 3 41 17-32-1 187 3 41 170 2421 23 78 170-273-7 2421 23 78 227 2347 16 63 227-405-11 2347 16 63

2 42 0 23 2 6 0 6 368 1 15 0 15 0 0 0 0 284 4 111 0 38 3 21 0 28 326 4 84 0 36 3 -3 0 1 265 1 24 0 24 1 8 0 8 459 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 249 1 25 0 25 1 -3 0 -3 404 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 280 0 0 0 0 5 49 0 28 378 3 60 0 26 0 0 0 0 142 0 0 0 0 1 20 0 20 549 3 63 0 25 1 13 0 13 236 3 66 0 23 0 0 0 0 696 2 49 0 38 0 0 0 0 312 0 0 0 0 3 24 0 15 393 3 68 0 25 1 0 0 0 249 0 0 0 0 1 -3 0 0 438 1 13 0 13 0 0 0 0 270 6 152 0 47 3 43 0 30 230 1 11 0 11 2 31 0 26 488 2 61 0 35 1 20 0 20 504 3 69 0 29 0 0 0 0 262 2 36 0 29 3 40 0 28 471 2 28 0 20 1 5 0 5 226 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 3 421 1 20 0 20 2 14 0 8 259 2 55 0 30 1 21 0 21 527 3 44 0 16 1 4 0 4 531 3 40 0 20 2 34 0 19 365 2 42 0 22 5 38 0 14 371 23 572 0 38 26 249 0 30 6164 27 524 0 38 12 63 0 26 4053

FR/ Int/ Blk/ |----------- PATs ------------| Defense Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF Yds Yds QBH PBU Kick Att-Mad Ru Rc Saf Pts

GEORGIA 33 36 69 7.0-19 1.0-9 1 1/0 0/0 4 1 0 4-4 Appalachian St. 28 51 79 6.0-10 1.0-1 0 0/0 2/26 0 3 0 1-1 42 34 76 9.0-33 3.0-24 3 2/2 0/0 13 3 0 2-2 GEORGIA at Notre Dame 40 34 74 6.0-17 2.0-8 0 1/0 1/0 5 2 0 1-1 GEORGIA 34 16 50 6.0-35 3.0-26 0 1/0 0/0 6 3 1 6-6 Samford 31 56 87 5.0-11 0.0-0 1 1/0 0/0 0 0 0 2-2 GEORGIA 33 40 73 3.0-8 0-0 0 0/0 2/37 1 6 0 4-4 Mississippi St. 21 60 81 3.0-10 0-0 1 1/0 0/0 0 0 0 0-0 GEORGIA 29 24 53 8.0-24 3.0-17 2 2/0 2/34 4 6 0 5-5 at Tennessee 40 36 76 5.0-18 2.0-13 2 0/0 1/0 1 3 0 0-0 GEORGIA 32 18 50 5.0-12 2.0-15 0 0/0 0/0 5 5 0 6-6 at Vanderbilt 39 36 75 4.0-18 2.0-15 2 1/15 0/0 0 1 0 2-2 GEORGIA 23 26 49 2.0-19 0.0-0 0 0/0 1/18 1 3 0 5-5 Missouri 44 40 84 6.0-11 1.0-2 1 0/0 1/21 0 2 0 4-4 27 52 79 8.0-49 5.0-46 2 1/3 1/13 8 3 0 6-6 GEORGIA vs. Florida 13 46 59 5.0-9 0.0-0 0 0/0 1/2 1 2 0 1-1 GEORGIA 25 22 47 5.0-14 2.0-11 0 0/0 2/17 0 6 0 3-3 South Carolina 41 50 91 4.0-14 1.0-7 1 1/0 0/0 0 3 0 1-1 GEORGIA 42 38 80 8.0-24 2.0-12 0 0/0 0/0 6 1 0 2-2 at Auburn 38 22 60 5.0-38 4.0-37 1 1/0 0/0 6 4 0 4-4 GEORGIA 31 38 69 3.0-13 3.0-13 1 0/0 1/0 0 2 0 6-6 Kentucky 33 22 55 1.0-3 1.0-3 0 0/0 1/14 0 2 0 1-1 GEORGIA 46 6 52 7.0-17 1.0-7 0 0/0 1/15 1 2 0 5-5 at Georgia Tech 52 3 55 2.0-2 0.0-0 0 0/0 0/0 1 1 0 1-1 GEORGIA 41 16 57 7.0-39 3.0-24 2 2/9 0/0 9 2 1 2-2 vs. Auburn 35 32 67 4.0-16 2.0-13 0 0/0 0/0 1 2 0 1-1 GEORGIA 44 34 78 9.0-53 5.0-43 0 0/0 1/39 0 1 1 6-6 vs. Oklahoma 38 18 56 4.0-21 2.0-18 1 1/46 0/0 0 1 0 6-6 GEORGIA 43 26 69 6.0-29 3.0-26 0 0/0 1/0 0 0 0 2-2 vs. Alabama 44 28 72 12.0-57 4.0-33 0 0/0 2/19 0 4 0 2-2 TOTALS 523 426 949 93.0-388 34.0-258 10 8/14 12/173 58 44 3 64-64 OPPONENT 537 533 1070 72.0-255 22.0-150 10 7/61 9/82 15 30 0 27-27

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LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE: 75 yards by Sony Michel vs. OU LONGEST PASS PLAY: 80 yards by Jake Fromm to Mecole Hardman vs. ALA LONGEST TD RUN: 75 yards by Sony Michel vs. OU LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 47 yards by Mecole Hardman vs. AU LONGEST TD PASS: 80 yards by Jake Fromm to Mecole Hardman vs. ALA LONGEST PUNT: 61 yards by Cameron Nizialek vs. OU LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 30 yards by Mecole Hardman vs. AU LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 55 yards by Rodrigo Blankenship vs. OU LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 39 yards by Dominick Sanders vs OU LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN: 9 by Roquan Smith vs. AU (SECC) MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 20 by Nick Chubb vs. SC MOST YARDS RUSHING: 181 yards by Sony Michel vs. OU MOST PASS COMPLETIONS: 20 by Jake Fromm vs. OU MOST YARDS PASSING: 326 yards by Jake Fromm vs. MIZ MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN: 3 by Jake Fromm vs. SAM MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT: 2 by Terry Godwin vs. SAM MOST PASSES CAUGHT: 6, 2x by Javon Wims vs. UK, OU; Riley Ridley vs. ALA MOST YARDS RECEIVING: 98 yards by Terry Godwin vs. SAM MOST POINTS SCORED BY NON-KICKER: 24 by Sony Michel vs. OU MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING: 17 points by Rodrigo Blankenship vs. MIZ MOST TOTAL TACKLES: 2x, 13 by Roquan Smith vs. AU (SECC), vs. ALA MOST SOLO TACKLES: 10 by Roquan Smith vs. AU (SECC) MOST SACKS: 2 sacks by Lorenzo Carter vs. SAM MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS: 3 TFLs by Roquan Smith vs. GT MOST INTERCEPTIONS: 1 by Deandre Baker vs. MSST, GT and ALA, 1 by Dominick Sanders vs. MSST, MIZ, UF and OU, 1 by J.R. Reed vs. UT and SC, 1 by Tyrique McGhee vs. UT, 1 by Malkom Parrish vs. SC, 1 by Aaron Davis vs. UK MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED: 2 by Lorenzo Carter vs. ND, 2 by Roquan Smith vs. AU (SECC) MOST EXTRA POINTS/FIELD GOALS BLOCKED: 1 FG blocked by J.R. Reed vs. SAM, 1 FG blocked by DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle vs. AU (SECC), 1 FG blocked by Lorenzo Carter vs. OU MOST PUNTS: 8 punts by Cameron Nizialek vs. ND, AU BEST PUNTING AVERAGE: 59.0 by Cameron Nizialek vs. VU

UGA High

UGA Low

Opponent High

POINTS SCORED: 54 vs. OU 17 vs. AU 48 by OU FIRST DOWNS: 27 vs. VU 13 vs. AU 25 by AU by Rushing 21 vs. VU 4 vs. AU 14 by AU by Passing 12 vs. SC,OU 3 vs. ND 11 by SAM, SC,OU by Penalty 4 vs. ND 0 vs. SAM, VU, MIZ, UF 7 by ND RUSHING YARDS: 423 vs. VU 46 vs. AU 242 by OU PASSING YARDS: 326 vs. MIZ 84 vs. UT 289 by OU TOTAL OFFENSE: 696 vs. MIZ 230 vs. AU 531 by OU TOTAL PLAYS: 77 vs. MIZ, ALA 42 vs. UF 81 by OU RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 55 vs. UT 32 vs. AU 46 by AU, GT PASSING ATTEMPTS: 32 vs. ALA 7 vs. UF 40 by ND PASSES COMPLETED: 20 vs. OU 4 vs. UF 26 by SAM PASSES INTERCEPTED: 2 vs MSST 0 vs. APP, ND, SAM, SC, GT, 2 by APP, UT, SC, ALA AU (SECC), OU FUMBLES: 3 vs UT 0 vs. UF, UK, GT, ALA 3 by ND FUMBLES LOST: 1 vs. ND,SAM,MSST,VU,SC, 0 vs. APP, UT, MIZ, UF, UK, 2 by ND, UT AU, OU GT, ALA TURNOVERS: 2 vs. APP, ND 0 vs.GT 4 by UT QUARTERBACK SACKS: 5 vs. UF, OU 0 vs. MSST, VU, MIZ 4 by AU TACKLES FOR LOSS: 9 vs. ND, OU 2 vs. MIZ 6 by ND, APP, MIZ YARDS PENALIZED: 127 vs. ND 25 vs. SAM, GT 105 by APP

0 by MSST, VU, SC, GT, OU, ALA 0 by APP, MSST, VU, MIZ, SC, AU, UK, GT, OU, ALA 0 by APP, VU, AU 0 by SAM, MSST, UF, GT 1 by UK 5 by OU

SEASON KICKING STATISTICS

CAREER KICKING STATISTICS

Avg KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Ret. Yd Ln

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Long Blk

Rodrigo Blankenship

2017........................94 6,043 64.3 67 0 511 24.5 David Marvin

2017..........................2 128 64 0 0 55 28.5 Total.......................96 6,171 Opponents............ 58 3,546

64.3 61.1

67 27

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FG Sequence (makes in parentheses)

566 596

24.6 26.1

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Appalachian State (23) (27), 44, (30) Notre Dame Samford Miss. State (49) Tennessee (38), (19) Vanderbilt (27) Missouri (37), (43), (29), (27) Florida South Carolina (20) Auburn 42, (47) Kentucky Georgia Tech (37) Auburn (SECC) (27), (37) Oklahoma 48, (55), (38) Alabama (41), (27), (51)

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0 by UT 7 by UT 1 by SC 1 by GT 0 by APP, MSST, VU, MIZ, UF, GT 22 by SAM 38 by GT 142 by UT 49 by MIZ 17 by SC 9 by GT 2 by GT 0 by SAM, MSST, AU (SECC)

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Rodrigo Blankenship 2016 2017 Total David Marvin 2017 Total

14-18 77.8 0-0 7-7 3-4 4-6 0-1 49 UK 1 20-23 86.9 0-0 8-8 6-6 4-7 2-2 55 OU 0 34-41 82.9 0-0 15-15 9-10 8-13 2-3 55 OU 1 1-1 100.0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19 UT 0 1-1 100.0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19 UT 0

No Ret Ret Pct Net Pct NET PUNTING No. Yds Avg Ret Yds Avg Ret TB Avg Blk I20 I20 Long Cameron Nizialek 2017 61 2744 45.0 17 101 5.9 27.8 Totals 61 2744 45.0 17 101 5.9 27.8 Brice Ramsey 2017 1 19 19.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 Totals 1 19 19.0 0 0 0.0 0.0

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4 39.3 0 26 42.6 61 OU 19 4 39.3 0 26 42.6 61 OU 19 0 19.0 0 0 19.0 0

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IN A GAME GEORGIA HAD... 30 or more first downs – South Carolina 2015 (32) 25–29 first downs – Kentucky 2017 (25) 11–15 first downs – Auburn 2017 (13) 10 or fewer first downs – Florida 2016 (8) 500 or more yards rushing – South Carolina 1974 (502) 400 or more yards rushing – Vanderbilt 2017 (423) 300–399 yards rushing – Oklahoma 2018 (317) 51–100 yards rushing – Florida 2015 (69) 50 or fewer yards rushing – Auburn 2017 (46) Two 100–yard rushers – Oklahoma 2018 – Michel (181) & Chubb (145) 400 or more yards passing – Auburn 2013 (415) 300–399 yards passing – Missouri 2017 (326) 51–100 yards passing – Tennessee 2017 (84) 50 or fewer yards passing – South Carolina 2016 (29) Zero yards passing – Auburn 1976 Two 100–yard passers – Southern 2015 — Lambert (146) & Ramsey (125) Two 100–yard receivers – Nebraska 2013 ­— Conley (136) & King (104) 100–yard rusher & receiver – North Carolina 2016 — Chubb (222) & McKenzie (122) 600 or more yards total offense – Missouri 2017 (696) 500–599 yards total offense – Oklahoma 2018 (527) 150 or fewer yards total offense – Clemson 1990 (131) 100 or more plays total offense – Kentucky 1967 (105) 70–79 points – Northeast Louisiana 1994 (70) 60–69 points – Kentucky 2014 (63) Zero points – Alabama 1995 (31–0) Five or more rushing TDs – Oklahoma 2018 (5) Five or more passing TDs – Kentucky 2014 (5) Failed to score a TD – Florida 2015 Both Returned a punt & a kickoff for TDs – Kentucky 2014 Recorded a safety – North Carolina 2016 (Team Safety) Five or more sacks – Oklahoma 2018 (5) Both Blocked a punt & a field goal – Texas A&M 2009 Both Recovered & Returned Fumbles for TDs – Florida 2017 Zero punts – Charleston Southern 2014 Zero penalties – Northeast Louisiana 1997 Zero penalties & zero turnovers – Northeast Louisiana 1997

IN A GAME A GEORGIA PLAYER... Rushed 45 or more times – Herschel Walker vs. Florida 1981 (47) Rushed 30–44 times – Nick Chubb vs. North Carolina 2016 (32) Rushed for over 250 yards – Nick Chubb vs. Louisville 2014 (266) Rushed for 200–249 yards – Nick Chubb vs. North Carolina 2016 (222) Rushed for 150–199 yards – Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma 2018 (181) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Nick Chubb vs. Alabama 2015 (83) Had a run of 50–79 yards – Nick Chubb (50), Sony Michel (75) vs. Okla. 2018 Attempted 60 or more passes – Cory Phillips vs. Georgia Tech 2000 (62) Attempted 50–59 passes – Jacob Eason vs. Missouri 2016 (55) Attempted 40–49 passes – Jacob Eason vs. Vanderbilt 2016 (40) Completed 30 or more passes – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (33) Completed 25–29 passes – Jacob Eason vs. Vanderbilt 2016 (27) Passed for 400 yards or more – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (415) Passed for 350–399 yards – Aaron Murray vs. Ole Miss 2012 (384) Caught 10 or more passes – Isaiah McKenzie vs. Missouri 2016 (10) Caught for 200 or more yards – Tavarres King vs. Michigan State 2012 (205) Caught for 150–199 yards – Tavarres King vs. Kentucky 2012 (188) Caught for 100–149 yards – Isaiah McKenzie vs. TCU 2016 (103) Had 400 yards total offense – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (452) Scored four or more TDs – Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma 2018 (4) Scored three TDs – Sony Michel vs. Kentucky 2017 Rushed for four or more TDs – Washaun Ealey vs. Kentucky 2010 (5) Rushed for three TDs – Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma 2018 Passed for five or more TDs – Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska 2013 (5) Passed for four TDs – Hutson Mason vs. Kentucky 2014 Caught three TD passes – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Georgia Tech 2008 Caught two TD passes – Terry Godwin vs. Samford 2017 Rushed for and received a TD – Mecole Hardman vs. Alabama 2018 Passed for and received a TD – Terry Godwin vs. Penn State 2016 Kicked four or more FGs – Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Missouri 2017 (4) Blocked a PAT – Sterling Bailey vs. Florida 2015 Blocked a FG – Lorenzo Carter vs. Oklahoma 2018 Blocked a FG & a PAT in a game – Ray Drew vs. Georgia Tech 2014 Blocked a punt – D’Andre Walker vs. Tennessee 2017 Returned a punt for a TD – Isaiah McKenzie vs. UL Lafayette 2016 (82) Returned a blocked FG for a TD – Alec Ogletree vs. Alabama 2012 (55) Returned a blocked punt for a TD – CJ Byrd vs. UAB 2006 (12) Returned a kickoff for a TD – Terry Godwin vs. South Carolina 2016 (43) Returned a kickoff and a punt for a TD– Isaiah McKenzie vs. UK 2014 (90,59) Returned an int. for a TD – Maurice Smith vs. Auburn 2016 (34) Recovered a fumble for a TD – Jacob Eason vs. Tennessee 2016 (0) Returned a fumble for a TD – J.R. Reed vs. Florida 2017 (3) Returned a blocked PAT for two points – Tim Wansley vs. Vanderbilt 2000 (86)

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Attempted a two–point cov. – Jake Fromm vs. Auburn 2017 (pass successful) Attempted an onside kick – Rodrigo Blankenship vs. South Carolina 2017 (failed) Attempted a fake punt – Brice Ramsey vs. TCU 2016 (11 yard run, successful) Attempted a fake FG – Marshall Morgan vs. Ga. Tech 2014 (28 yard rush, successful) Scored 10–14 points kicking – Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Alabama 2018 (11) Scored 15 or more points kicking – Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Missouri 2017 (18) Kicked a 60–yard FG – Kevin Butler vs. Clemson 1984 (60) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Alabama 2018 (51) Missed or had a PAT kick blocked – Marshall Morgan vs. Vanderbilt 2014 Threw five interceptions – Quincy Carter vs. South Carolina 2000 (5) Intercepted two passes – Quincy Mauger vs. Missouri 2016 Intercepted three passes – Tra Battle vs. Auburn 2006 Recovered two fumbles – Roquan Smith vs. Auburn -SECCG 2017 Had three or more sacks – Trenton Thompson vs. TCU 2016 (3) Had four or more TFLs – Jordan Jenkins vs. Vanderbilt 2015 (5.5) Had a 70–yard punt – Drew Butler vs. Oklahoma State 2009 (75) Had a 60–69 yard punt – Cameron Nizialek vs. Oklahoma 2018 (61)

IN A GAME AN OPPOSING TEAM HAD... 30 or more first downs – Georgia Tech 2014 (32) 25–29 first downs – Auburn 2017 (25) 10 or fewer first downs – Missouri 2017 (10) 400 or more yards rushing – Florida 2014 (418) 300–399 yards rushing – Georgia Tech 2014 (399) 250–299 yards rushing – UL Lafayette 2016 (276) 11–50 yards rushing – South Carolina 2017 (43) 10 or fewer yards rushing – North Texas 2013 (7) Negative yards rushing – Florida 2011 (-19) Two 100–yard rushers – Florida 2014 - Taylor (197) & Jones (192) 500 or more yards passing – Kentucky 2000 (528) 400–499 yards passing – Arkansas 2009 (408) 350–399 yards passing – Missouri 2016 (376) 50 or fewer yards passing – Georgia Tech 2017 (38) Zero yards passing – Cal State Fullerton 1992 Four or more TD rushes – Georgia Tech 2016 (4) Four or more TD passes – Missouri 2017 (4) Two 100–yard passers – Penn State 2016 – McSorley (142) & Hackenberg (139) Two 100–yard receivers – LSU 2013 – Landry (156) & Beckham (118) 600 or more yards of total offense – Kentucky 2000 (620) 500–599 yards of total offense – Oklahoma 2018 (531) 50 or more points – Tennessee 2006 (51) 40–49 points – Oklahoma 2018 (48) Zero points – Tennessee 2017 (41-0) More than 10 fumbles – Cal State Fullerton 1992 (13, lost 5) Recorded a safety – Florida 2013 (Lucious Purifoy sack) Five or more sacks – Georgia Tech 2013 (5) Blocked a punt – Alabama 2015 (Collin Barber, punter) Blocked a FG – TCU 2016 (Rodrigo Blankenship, kicker)

IN A GAME AN OPPOSING PLAYER... Rushed 40 or more times – Carnell Williams of Auburn 2001 (41) Rushed 35–39 times – Marcus Lattimore of South Carolina 2010 (37) Rushed 30–34 times – Kerryon Johnson of Auburn 2017 (32) Rushed for 200 or more yards – Rodney Anderson of Oklahoma 2018 (201) Rushed for 150–199 yards – Kerryon Johnson of Auburn 2017 (167) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Justin Vincent of LSU 2003 (87) Had a run of 50–79 yards – Jordan Scarlett of Florida 2015 (60) Attempted 60 or more passes – Drew Brees of Purdue 1999 (60) Attempted 50–59 passes – Johnny McCrary of Vanderbilt 2015 (50) Attempted 45–49 passes – Brandon Allen of Arkansas 2014 (45) Completed 40 or more passes – Tim Couch of Kentucky 1997 (41) Completed 35–39 passes – Rick Clausen of Tennessee 2005 (36) Passed for 500 or more yards – Jared Lorenzen of Kentucky 2000 (528) Passed for 400–499 yards – Ryan Mallett of Arkansas 2009 (408) Passed for 350–399 yards – Drew Lock of Missouri 2016 (376) Caught 15 or more passes – Keith Edwards of Vanderbilt 1983 (17) Caught 10–14 passes – Rashon Ceaser of ULM 2015 (13) Caught for 200 or more yards – Ronney Daniels of Auburn 1999 (249) Caught for 100–199 yards – Marquise Brown of Oklahoma (114) Scored four TDs – James Whalen of Kentucky 1999 (4) Rushed for and received a TD – Rex Burkhead of Nebraska 2013 Rushed for three or more TDs – Anthony Jennings of UL Lafayette 2016 (3) Returned a punt for a TD – Ace Sanders of South Carolina 2012 (70) Returned a blocked punt for a TD – Minkah Fitzpatrick of Alabama 2015 (1) Recovered a muffed punt for a TD – Nick Washington of Florida 2015 Returned a kickoff for a TD – T.J. Logan of North Carolina 2016 (95) Returned an interception for a TD – Derrick Jones of Ole Miss 2016 (52) Recovered a fumble for a TD – Corey Vareen of Tennessee 2016 (0) Returned a fumble for a TD – Steven Parker of Oklahoma 2018 (46) Attempted a fake punt – Ryan Johnson of Louisville 2014 (pass attempt, failed) Attempted a fake FG – Michael McNeely of Florida 2014 (21 yard rush, successful) Scored 10 or more points kicking – Austin Seibert of Oklahoma 2018 (12) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Daniel Carlson of Auburn 2017 (54) Intercepted two passes – Darqueze Dennard of Michigan State 2012

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2017 game summaries

2017 SEC Champions

#13 Georgia 42, Samford 14

#15 Georgia 31, Appalachian State 10

#15 Georgia 20, #24 Notre Dame 19

Sept. 2, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

Sept. 9, 2017 • Notre Dame Stadium South Bend, Ind.

• A solid debut from true freshman quarterback Jake Fromm and a stout defensive effort led 15th-ranked Georgia to a 31-10 season-opening victory in front of 92,746 at Sanford Stadium. • Fromm was thrust into action by some unlikely circumstances. On Georgia’s third possession, starting quarterback Jacob Eason was injured on an out-ofbounds scramble. Later in the first quarter, Fromm led Georgia 39 yards to its first touchdown of the season, a 1-yard plunge by Nick Chubb. Key plays in the drive, however, were passes by Fromm to Isaac Nauta for 16 yards and to Javon Wims for 25 yards. • Fromm connected with Wims for the Bulldogs’ next score, a 34-yarder with 10:40 left in the first half. Sony Michel added another second-quarter score on a 6-yard run with 6:56 left. • True freshman Andrew Thomas started at right tackle. He was the first true freshman to start on the offensive line for Georgia since John Theus in 2012. Redshirt sophomore left guard Pat Allen, sophomore defenisve linemen Tyler Clark and sophomore defensive back J.R. Reed, who sat out a year after transferring from Tulsa in 2015, also made the first starts of their careers. A total of 16 true freshmen made their Bulldog debuts, compared to 12 in 2016.

• A clutch defensive effort and an established ground attack by 15th-ranked Georgia paved the path for a 20-19 victory over No. 24 Notre Dame in front of a crowd of 77,622 at Notre Dame Stadium. • Georgia overcame four deficits in the game, falling behind 3-0, 10-3 and 13-10, which increased to 16-10 in the second half, and lastly 19-17 in the final quarter. • The Bulldogs took the lead for keeps on a Rodrigo Blankenship 30-yard field goal with 3:34 left. Notre Dame had one final possession, which was snuffed after one first down, when Davin Bellamy sacked Irish quarterback Brandon Wimbush, whose fumble was recovered by Lorenzo Carter at the ND 25-yard line. • With the 20-19 win, Georgia is now 2-0 all-time against Notre Dame. The only other meeting came in the 1981 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, a 17-10 Georgia win. The Bulldogs are scheduled to play host to Notre Dame in Sanford Stadium on Sept. 21, 2019. • Jake Fromm became only the seventh true freshman Bulldog quarterback to start a game, including just the second to do it on the road in his first career start. • In week one of the season, Notre Dame tallied 422 yards on the ground in the win over Temple, but could manage just 55 rushing yards against the Bulldogs.

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Sept. 16, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

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• Running back Nick Chubb rushed for 131 yards and two scores and freshman quarterback Jake Fromm hit 8-of-13 passes for 165 yards through the air, as 13th-ranked Georgia moved to 3-0 with a convincing victory against Samford. • Chubb tallied 13 carries for 108 yards and a touchdown in the first half and for the game finished with 16 carries for 131 yards (8.2 avg) and 2 TDs. This was Chubb’s 19th career time with 100 or more yards, which ranks second in school history (Herschel Walker, 28). Chubb scored on a 32-yard run at the 1:45 mark in the first quarter after freshman QB Jake Fromm opened a hole with a block on linebacker Dorsett Johnson. Chubb then went in from 14 yards in the third quarter. Chubb now has 33 career rushing touchdowns, which ties Garrison Hearst for fourth on the school’s all-time list. This marks the 11th time in Chubb’s career that he has had two rushing touchdowns in the same game. • The Georgia offense tallied 42 points vs. Samford, marking the first time the team has notched 40 or more points in the Kirby Smart era and the highest point total under Smart since a 35-point outing vs. Louisiana last season.

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SCORING SUMMARY Samford (2-1) Georgia (3-0)

SCORING SUMMARY Georgia (2-0) Notre Dame (1-1)

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7 0 7 7 21 0

20 19

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GA - Hardman, 5-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship 3:48, 1Q GA - Chubb, 32-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:45, 1Q ND - Yoon, 39-yard field goal, 12:48, 1Q GA - Godwin, 51-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship GA - Chubb, 1-yard run (Blankenship kick), 0:39, 1Q GA - Blankenship, 27-yard field goal 6:36, 1Q 10:32, 2Q GA - Wims, 34-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), ND - Wimbush, 1-yard run (Yoon kick) 12:24, 2Q SAM - Marshall, 9-yard pass from Hodges (Weaver 10:40, 2Q GA - Godwin, 5-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 5:49, 2Q GA - Michel, 6-yard run (Blankenship kick) 6:56, 2Q 6:45, 2Q GA - Chubb, 14-yard run (Blankenship kick), 12:19, 3Q GA - Blankenship, 23-yard field goal, 7:18, 3Q GA - Yoon, 42-yard field goal, 4:14, 2Q GA - Godwin, 9-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship GA - Chubb, 8-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:32, 3Q ND - Yoon, 37-yard field goal, 6:22, 3Q 8:33, 3Q ASU - Lamb, 20-yard run (Rubino kick), 5:41, 4Q GA - Michel, 6-yard run (Blankenship kick), 4:34, 3Q GA - Swift, 11-yard run (Marvin kick), 1:27, 3Q ASU - Rubino, 43-yard field goal, 0:26, 4Q ND - Yoon, 28-yard field goal, 10:21, 4Q SAM - McKnight, 18-yard pass from Hodges (Weaver Weather: A few clouds, 81 degrees, wind 9 mph NE. GA - Blankenship, 30-yard field goal, 3:34, 4Q 13:49, 4Q Weather: Clear, 67 degrees, wind 7 mph E. Weather: Clear, 79 degrees

Appalachian State (0-1) 0 Georgia (1-0) 7

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GAME STATISTICS

ASU UGA First Downs 12 18 Rushing: Att.-Yards 32-136 44-221 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 21-32-148-0 11-20-147-2 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 64-284 64-368 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 11-105 8-46 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 8-353 (44.1) 6-202 (33.7) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 3-162 (54.0) 6-390 (65.0) Time of Possession 31:04 28:56 Third Down Conversions 7 of 18 5 of 14 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-1 1-9

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long ASU - Taylor Lamb 10 66 1 32 UGA - Nick Chubb 15 96 2 28 Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD ASU - Taylor Lamb 18 27 128 0 UGA - Jake Fromm 10 15 143 1 Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long ASU - Jalin Moore 4 34 0 23 UGA - Javon Wims 3 81 1 34 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long ASU - X. Subotsch 8 301 37.6 43 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 5 219 43.8 53 Tackles UT AT Tot. 4 7 11 ASU - A.J. Howard UGA - Roquan Smith 3 3 6

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UGA ND First Downs 16 18 Rushing: Att.-Yards 43-185 37-55 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 16-29-141-1 20-40-210-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 72-326 77-265 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 3-2 Penalties: Number-Yards 12-127 8-63 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 8-352 (44.0) 9-424 (47.1) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 4-111 (27.8) 4-84 (21.0) Time of Possession 32:42 27:18 Third Down Conversions 4 of 17 3 of 17 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-24 2-8

SAM UGA First Downs 16 22 Rushing: Att.-Yards 23-22 54-284 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 26-35-227-0 9-15-175-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 58-249 69-459 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 3-17 3-25 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 5-219 (43.8) 2-93 (46.5) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 0-0 (0.0) 1-24 (24.0) Time of Possession 24:49 35:11 Third Down Conversions 4 of 11 9 of 15 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 3-26

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Rushing Att. UGA - Sony Michel 13 ND - Josh Adams 19 Passing Comp. UGA - Jake Fromm 16 ND - Brandon Wimbush 20 Receiving Rec. UGA - Mecole Hardman 4 ND- Josh Adams 6 Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 8 ND - Tyler Newsome 9 Tackles UT UGA - J.R. Reed 5 ND - Morgan Nyles 3

Yds. 73 53 Att. 29 40 Yds. 27 60 Yds. 352 424 AT 4 4

TD 1 0 Yds. 141 210 TD 0 0 Avg. 44 47.1 Tot. 9 7

Long 17 7 TD 1 0 Long 10 32 Long 56 59

Rushing Att. SAM - Justin Curry 6 UGA - Nick Chubb 16 Passing Comp. SAM - Devlin Hodges 26 UGA - Jake Fromm 8 Receiving Rec. SAM - Kelvin McKnight 7 UGA - Terry Godwin 4 Punting No. SAM - Austin Barnard 5 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 2 Tackles UT SAM - Deion Pierre 5 UGA - Roquan Smith 4

Yds. 25 131 Att. 35 13 Yds. 58 98 Yds. 219 93 AT 7 2

TD 0 2 Yds. 227 165 TD 1 2 Avg. 43.8 46.5 Tot. 12 6

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions

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• Eleventh-ranked Georgia was impressive in nearly every phase of the game, as the Bulldogs took down No. 17 Mississippi State in front of a capacity crowd of 92,746 at Sanford

Stadium. • It took just 10 seconds for Georgia to get on the board. On its first offensive play, Nick Chubb took a handoff from Jake Fromm and tossed the ball back to Fromm, who found Terry Godwin open down the middle for a 59-yard score. • As was the case most of the night, Georgia’s defense came up with a number of big plays. Most memorably, Deandre Baker picked off a Nick Fitzgerald pass midway through the third quarter, setting up the Bulldogs in State territory. Georgia converted on a 3rdand-1 when Fromm hit sophomore tight end Isaac Nauta across the middle on a play-action pass for 41 yards and a score that boosted the lead to 28-3. • Dominick Sanders then picked off a pass on MSU’s next possession to set up a 49-yard field goal by Rodrigo Blankenship. The Marietta native connected from that distance to give Georgia the final 31-3 advantage. • Mississippi State came into the game averaging 47.7 points/game (No. 1 in SEC/No. 9 nationally) and 493 yards/game and was held to just 3 points and 280 yards of total offense, the first time of the Dan Mullen era State had been held under 300 yards.

SCORING SUMMARY Miss. State (3-1, 1-1) Georgia (4-0, 1-0)

0 14

3 0

0 17

GAME STATISTICS

MSU UGA First Downs 15 15 Rushing: Att.-Yards 37-177 42-203 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 15-33-103-2 9-12-201-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 70-280 54-404 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 4-35 4-35 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 7-315 (45.0) 4-182 (45.5) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-130 (65.0) 6-390 (65.0) Time of Possession 28:41 31:19 Third Down Conversions 6 of 16 5 of 11 Fourth Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 0-0

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long MSU - Nick Gibson 5 52 0 39 UGA - Nick Chubb 15 81 2 28 Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD MSU - Nick Fitzgerald 14 29 83 0 9 12 201 2 UGA - Jake Fromm Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long MSU - Deddrick Thomas 2 41 0 21 UGA - Terry Godwin 2 80 1 59 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long 7 315 45.0 67 MSU - Logan Cooke UGA - Cameron Nizialek 4 182 45.5 54 Tackles UT AT Tot. MSU - Dez Harris 1 11 12 UGA - J.R. Reed 3 7 10

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• Seventh-ranked Georgia dominated Tennessee at Neyland Stadium, recording the 800th win in UGA football history in front of a sellout crowd of 102,455 and a national CBS

audience. • The win marked UGA’s second largest margin of victory in the series and biggest ever in Knoxville. The only greater margin was 44-0 in 1981 in Athens. • The Bulldog defense dealt Tennessee its first shutout in 23 years, a span of 289 consecutive games that went back to the 1994 season. It was also Georgia’s first defensive shutout since a 34-0 win at Missouri in 2014. • Georgia set the defensive tone for the day on Tennessee’s first play, when Tyrique McGhee intercepted a Quinten Dormady pass at the UT 27. The turnover produced a Rodrigo Blankenship field goal from 39 yards. • The Bulldogs began to exert control over the game with a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter. Jake Fromm’s 9-yard scramble put Georgia in front 17-0 with 7:13 left in the half. Fromm added another score three minutes later on a 4-yard run, after J.R. Reed had intercepted Dormady at the Georgia 40-yard line. • In the second half, Georgia tacked on a touchdown apiece in each quarter. A blocked punt from junior linebacker D’Andre Walker paved the way for a 6-play, 55yard offensive drive. Fromm completed a 19-yard pass to Terry Godwin, and senior tailback Sony Michel provided a 21-yard rushing touchdown on the next play for the 31-0 edge.

SCORING SUMMARY

• Georgia posted another offensive onslaught, particularly with its ground attack, in cruising past Vanderbilt in a rare morning showdown in Nashville. • The Bulldogs hitched their wagon to their running backs on this day, a strategy that provided bountiful results. Sony Michel (150 yards) and Nick Chubb (138) accounted for three touchdowns. Reserve Elijah Holyfield tallied another on a 15-yard fourth-quarter run. In all, Georgia called 54 rushing plays, tallying 423 yards, and threw just 14 passes. • Georgia broke the game open with its first two possessions of the second half. Jake Fromm found Terry Godwin open for a 47-yard TD strike that pushed the Bulldog lead to 28-7 less than two minutes into the third period. After a Vandy punt, Fromm fed Michel three straight handoffs, the latter producing a 50-yard scoring run with 10:17 left in the quarter. • When Vanderbilt scored a touchdown with 28 seconds left in the first half, it ended a streak by the Bulldog defense of 31 consecutive drives without giving up a TD. That stretch was the longest since 2006 when the Bulldogs defense also had a streak of 31 drives. • The win marked the first time since 2012 that Georgia has posted a six-game winning streak during a season.

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SCORING SUMMARY Georgia (6-0, 3-0) Vanderbilt (3-3, 0-3)

7 14 17 7 0 7 0 7

= 45 = 14

GA - Blankenship, 38-yard field goal, 13:37, 1Q GA - Wims, 12-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 6:10, 1Q GA - Fromm, 9-yard run (Blankenship kick), 7:13, 2Q GA - Fromm, 4-yard run (Blankenship kick), 4:14, 2Q GA - Michel, 21-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:04, 3Q GA - Herrien, 1-yard run (Blankenship kick), 12:00, 4Q GA - Marvin, 19-yard field goal, 5:34, 4Q Weather: Partly sunny, 77 degrees, wind 11 mph NE.

GA - Chubb, 33-yard run (Blankenship kick), 7:53, 1Q GA - Swift, 5-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 13:08, 2Q GA - Chubb, 14-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:58, 2Q VU - Webb, 1-yard run (Openshaw kick), 00:28, 2Q GA - Godwin, 47-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 13:14, 3Q GA - Michel, 50-yard run (Blankenship kick), 10:17, 3Q GA - Blankenship, 27-yard field goal, 3:34, 4Q GA - Holyfield, 15-yard run (Blankenship kick), 13:50, 4Q VU - Duncan, 3-yard pass from Shurmur (Openshaw kick), 9:08 4Q Weather: Cloudy, 76 degrees, wind 11 mph S.

GAME STATISTICS

GAME STATISTICS

UGA UT First Downs 20 7 Rushing: Att.-Yards 55-294 29-62 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 7-17-84-1 11-23-80-2 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 72-378 52-142 Fumbles: Number-Lost 3-0 2-2 6-65 5-26 Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 5-176 (35.2) 9-373 (41.4) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 0-0 (0.0) 3-60 (20.0) Time of Possession 34:59 25:01 Third Down Conversions 9 of 16 1 of 12 0 of 0 0 of 1 Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-17 2-13

UGA VU First Downs 27 11 Rushing: Att.-Yards 54-423 22-64 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 10-14-126-0 17-31-172-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 68-549 53-236 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-46 5-25 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 1-59 (59.0) 7-254 (36.3) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 0-0 (0.0) 3-63 (21.00) Time of Possession 34:23 25:37 Third Down Conversions 7 of 11 6 of 15 Fourth Down Conversions 1 of 1 1 of 2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-15

0 = 3 Georgia (5-0, 2-0) 10 0 = 31 Tennessee (3-2, 0-2) 0

GA - Godwin, 59-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 12:37, 1Q GA - Chubb, 7-yard run (Blankenship kick), 6:16, 2Q MSU - Christmann, 26-yard field goal, 1:14, 2Q GA - Chubb, 28-yard run (Blankenship kick), 12:24, 3Q GA - Nauta, 41-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 5:48, 3Q UGA - Blankenship, 49-yard field goal, 0:52, 3Q Weather: Partly cloudy, 79 degrees

Oct. 7, 2017 • Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville, Tenn.

Sept. 30, 2017 • Neyland Stadium Knoxville, Tenn.

Sept. 22, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

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#5 Georgia 45, Vanderbilt 14

#7 Georgia 41, Tennessee 0

#11 Georgia 31, #17 Miss. State 3

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individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UGA - Nick Chubb 16 UT - John Kelly 16 Passing Comp. 7 UGA - Jake Fromm UT - Quinten Dormady 5 Receiving Rec. UGA - Javon Wims 3 4 UT - John Kelly Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 5 UT - Trevor Daniel 8 Tackles UT UGA - Roquan Smith 6 UT - Quart’e Sapp 3

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Yds. 109 16 Att. 15 16 Yds. 33 47 Yds. 176 373 AT 5 7

TD 0 0 Yds. 84 64 TD 1 0 Avg. 35.2 46.6 Tot. 11 10

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Rushing Att. UGA - Sony Michel 12 VU - Ralph Webb 12 Passing Comp. UGA - Jake Fromm 7 VU - Kyle Shurmur 17 Receiving Rec. UGA - Terry Godwin 2 VU - Kalija Lipscomb 3 Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 1 VU - Sam Loy 7 Tackles UT UGA - Roquan Smith 4 VU - Oren Burks 4

Yds. 150 47 Att. 11 31 Yds. 70 55 Yds. 59 254 AT 3 4

TD 1 1 Yds. 102 172 TD 1 0 Avg. 59.0 36.3 Tot. 7 8

Long 50 28 TD 2 1 Long 47 38 Long 59 56

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2017 game summaries #3 Georgia 42, Florida 7

#1 Georgia 24, South Carolina 10

Oct. 14, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

Oct. 28, 2017 • EverBank Field Jacksonville, Fla.

Nov. 4, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

• The Bulldog offense erupted for 696 yards of total offense -- second-most in program history -- and scored more than enough points to stave off a Missouri offense that, for much of the game, proved difficult to tame. • The two teams combined for an entertaining first quarter, during which both teams registered two scores. Sony Michel continued the action on a 36-yard TD run just 90 seconds into the second period. Missouri answered with the second of two 63-yard scoring passes from Drew Lock to Emanuel Hall. • Not until the latter stages of the second quarter did Georgia begin to stretch its lead. Dominick Sanders intercepted Lock and the Bulldogs cashed in six plays later on a 4-yard Fromm rush, pushing the margin to 31-21 with 3:53 left before halftime. • Georgia’s momentum carried over into the third quarter, particularly for its defense, which held the Tigers to just a pair of first downs in three possessions. The Bulldogs, meanwhile, added two Rodrigo Blankenship field goals, as well as another Michel score, and the lead bulged to 47-21 as the third quarter closed.

• Third-ranked Georgia overwhelmed Florida in the two teams’ annual neutral-field meeting in Jacksonville, dominating the contest as much as the score implied. • The Bulldogs needed less than half of the first quarter to take a three-touchdown lead. They forced a Florida punt to open the game before marching 53 yards in four plays and their first TD, a 6-yard Nick Chubb run. On the Gators’ next possession, Dominick Sanders intercepted and gave Georgia the ball back at the UF 29. Two plays later Jake Fromm found a leaping Javon Wims in the end zone for a 17-yard score. • Sony Michel completed this early offensive explosion when he sprinted 75 yards for a touchdown on Georgia’s third possession. • Michel scored again from 45 yards out midway through the third quarter. Moments later, the Bulldog defense joined the party, when Tyrique McGhee and J.R. Reed sacked the Gators’ QB Feleipe Franks, who fumbled on the play. Reed scooped up the loose ball and skipped three yards into the end zone for another score. • Reserve Elijah Holyfield sprinted 39 yards for Georgia’s final score early in the fourth quarter. Florida avoided a shutout with its only touchdown in the final minutes. • Georgia’s 35-point victory margin was its largest in the series since 1982.

• Nick Chubb rushed for over 100 yards and quarterback Jake Fromm hit 16 of 22 passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns to lead Georgia past South Carolina in its first game atop the College Football Playoff rankings. • Georgia improved to 9-0 this season and a perfect 6-0 against Southeastern Conference opponents. The game marked the seventh time in program history and first time since 1982 that the Bulldogs had gone 9-0 to start the season. • Given the quality of competition, this game was perhaps Fromm’s best overall performance to date. He found eight different receivers and directed all four scoring drives that spanned at least 10 plays. Coming into the game, Georgia had posted just four of its 38 touchdown drives of 10 or more plays. Fromm even threw a key block that sprang Sony Michel for the game’s first score, an 8-yard run late in the first quarter. • Georgia stretched its lead to 20-7 by taking the second-half kickoff and marching 75 yards in 10 plays. The final 30 yards were covered in two passes from Fromm to Mecole Hardman, the latter for 20 yards on a leaping, back-shoulder grab.

#4 Georgia 53, Missouri 28

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SCORING SUMMARY Missouri (1-5, 0-4) Georgia (7-0, 4-0)

14 14

7 20

0 13

7 = 28 6 = 53

GA - Hardman, 35-yard run (Blankenship kick), 10:30, 1Q MU - Okwuegbunam, 4-yard pass from Lock (McCann kick), 6:50, 1Q GA - Ridley, 19-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 3:16, 1Q MU - Hall, 63-yard pass from Lock (McCann kick), 0:34, 1Q GA - Michel, 36-yard run (Blankenship kick), 13:24, 2Q MU - Hall, 63-yard pass from Lock (McCann kick), 11:34, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 37-yard field goal, 7:01, 2Q GA - Fromm, 4-yard run (Blankenship kick), 3:53, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 43-yard field goal, 0:00, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 29-yard field goal, 10:49, 3Q GA - Blankenship, 27-yard field goal, 8:26, 3Q GA - Michel, 16-yard run (Blankenship kick), 6:05, 3Q MU - Reese, 27-yard pass from Lock (McCann kick), 12:19, 4Q GA - Hardman, 59-yard pass from Fromm (Fromm pass failed), 10:27, 4Q Weather: Clear, 69 degrees

GAME STATISTICS

MU UGA First Downs 10 24 Rushing: Att.-Yards 24-59 51-370 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 15-25-253-1 18-26-326-1 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 49-312 77-696 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 4-40 8-42 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 6-261 (43.5) 1-55 (55.0) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-49 (24.5) 3-66 (22.0) Time of Possession 20:24 39:36 Third Down Conversions 6 of 14 13 of 18 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 0-0

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long MU - Damarea Crockett 9 32 0 8 UGA - D’Andre Swift 6 96 0 71 Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD MU - Drew Lock 15 25 253 4 UGA - Jake Fromm 18 26 326 2 Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long MU - Emanuel Hall 4 141 2 63 UGA - Javon Wims 5 95 0 30 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long MU - Corey Fatony 6 261 43.5 57 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 1 55 55.0 55 Tackles UT AT Tot. MU - Cale Garrett 4 8 12 UGA - Roquan Smith 4 4 8

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SCORING SUMMARY Georgia (8-0, 5-0) Florida (3-4, 3-3)

21 0

0 14 0 0

7 7

= =

42 7

GA - Chubb, 6-yard run, Blankenship kick, 11:34, 1Q GA - Wims, 17-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick) 9:12, 1Q GA - Michel, 74-yard run (Blankenship kick) 7:32, 1Q GA - Michel, 45-yard run (Blankenship kick), 6:43, 3Q GA - Reed, 3-yard fumble recovery (Blankenship kick), 5:21, 3Q GA - Holyfield, 39-yard run (Blankenship kick) 11:22, 4Q UF - Thompson, 1-yard run (Pineiro kick), 2:42, 4Q Weather: Cloudy, 79 degrees, wind 8 mph SSW.

GAME STATISTICS UGA UF First Downs 14 15 Rushing: Att.-Yards 35-292 41-183 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 4-7-101-1 10-25-66-1 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 42-393 66-249 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-40 14-85 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 4-186 (46.5) 7-381 (54.4) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) 0-0 (0) 3-68 (22.7) Time of Possession 25:05 34:55 Third Down Conversions 3 of 8 4 of 15 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 5-46 0-0

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UGA - Sony Michel 6 UF - Lamical Perine 16 Passing Comp. UGA - Jake Fromm 4 UF - Feleipe Franks 7 Receiving Rec. UGA - D’Andre Swift 3 UF - Freddie Swain 1 Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 4 UF - Johnny Townsend 7 Tackles UT UGA - Lorenzo Carter 3 UF - Jeawon Taylor 2

Yds. 137 93 Att. 7 19 Yds. 84 17 Yds. 186 381 AT 6 5

TD 2 0 Yds. 101 30 TD 0 0 Avg. 46.5 54.4 Tot. 9 7

Long 74 29 TD 1 0 Long 39 17 Long 55 70

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SCORING SUMMARY South Carolina (6-3, 4-3) 0 Georgia (9-0, 6-0) 7

7 7

3 0 7 3

= 10 = 24

GA - Michel, 8-yard run (Blankenship kick) 2:21, 1Q SC - Edwards, 12-yard pass from Bentley (White kick) 14:07, 2Q GA - Wims, 10-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick) 9:27, 2Q GA - Hardman, 20-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 9:28, 3Q SC - White, 25-yard field goal, 3:36, 3Q GA - Blankenship, 20-yard field goal 6:36, 4Q Weather: Sunny, 77 degrees

GAME STATISTICS USC UGA First Downs 14 26 Rushing: Att.-Yards 17-43 53-242 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 21-36-227-2 16-22-196-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 53-270 75-438 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 2-15 5-55 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 3-120 (40.0) 3-140 (46.7) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) 1-13 (13.0) 0-0 (0) Time of Possession 21:38 38:22 Third Down Conversions 4 of 12 8 of 13 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 2-11

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long SC - A.J. Turner 8 35 0 15 UGA - Nick Chubb 20 102 0 27 Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD SC - Jake Bentley 21 35 227 1 UGA - Jake Fromm 16 22 196 2 Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long SC - Hayden Hurst 7 93 0 35 UGA - Terry Godwin 3 53 0 22 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long SC - Joseph Charlton 3 120 40.0 45 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 4 186 46.5 55 Tackles UT AT Tot. SC - Skai Moore 5 5 10 UGA - Roquan Smith 7 2 9

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions

#7 Georgia 38, Georgia Tech 7

#10 Auburn 40, #1 Georgia 17

#7 Georgia 42, Kentucky 13 Nov. 18, 2017 • Sanford Stadium Athens, Ga.

Nov. 25, 2017 • Bobby Dodd Stadium Atlanta, Ga.

• No. 1 Georgia had its 9-game win streak snapped in a loss to 10th-ranked Auburn in front of a crowd of 87,451 at Jordan-Hare Stadium and a CBS national audience. • Auburn used a heavy dose of Kerryon Johnson and a stifling defense to post the victory. Johnson tallied 167 rushing yards, marking the first time a Georgia opponent had surpassed 100 yards in a nation-best last 12 games. • In the game’s first possession, Georgia orchestrated an eight-play, 70-yard drive, capped by a direct snap to Nick Chubb for a one-yard touchdown rush. In the drive, Fromm went 3-of-3 passing for 56 yards including a 28yard pass to Wims on a 3rd down. • The Bulldogs, however, found little success offensively after the early score. Their only subsequent points -- a Rodrigo Blankenship field goal and Riley Ridley touchdown catch -- came after Auburn had taken control with 30 unanswered points. • The game’s momentum swung early in the third quarter, after Georgia had stopped Auburn on its first possession. The Tigers recovered Mecole Hardman’s muffed punt return and took a 23-7 lead four plays later. • Still, Hardman finished the game with 203 all-purpose yards, including 142 on kickoff returns, 43 on punt returns plus, 7 on the ground and 11 receiving. In the first half alone, he had 162 return yards.

• Senior running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel combined for 238 yards and five touchdowns to lead seventh-ranked Georgia past Kentucky in the 2017 home finale at Sanford Stadium. • After a slow start, Georgia’s offense started clicking in the second quarter, when the Bulldogs put together two scoring drives to take a 21-6 lead at the half. One TD came through the air -- a 27-yard catch by Javon Wims from Jake Fromm -- and the other on the ground, a 37-yard dash by Michel. • Kentucky cut its deficit to 21-13 by marching 75 yards for a score on its opening drive of the second half. The Bulldogs answered with a 6-play, 60-yard scoring drive of their own, all on the ground, and controlled the game thereafter. Georgia, in fact, stayed with its ground game for nearly the entire second half. Just two of its 26 total plays over the final 30 minutes went through the air. • Chubb’s 55-yard scoring run just 43 seconds into the fourth quarter, put Georgia in front 35-13 and pushed him past 1,000 yards for the season.

• Seventh-ranked Georgia reclaimed the Governor’s Cup Trophy by dominating Georgia Tech in their annual regular season-ending matchup. • The Bulldogs marched 69 yards to score on their first drive and were never seriously threatened. Georgia’s defense allowed one second-quarter touchdown but otherwise held the Tech offense -- which averaged over 30 points and 400 yards per game -- in check. The Jackets finished with 226 total yards (38 passing) and just 12 first downs. • Georgia tallied 38 points and 471 yards of total offense (247-rushing, 224-passing) on 60 plays. The Bulldogs came into the game averaging 35.3 points a game including leading the nation in Red Zone Offense, going 40-for-41 with 30 touchdowns. Against Tech, Georgia went 4-for-4 in the Red Zone (3 TDs, 1 FG). • Senior Sony Michel tallied 85 rushing yards on 13 attempts to move up to third place in school history for career rushing yards with 3,314, trailing only Herschel Walker (5,259) and Chubb (4,522). Michel had a fouryard TD to make it 24-7 with 9:08 left in the third to cap a six play, 77-yard drive.

Nov. 11, 2017 • Jordan-Hare Stadium Auburn, Ala.

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SCORING SUMMARY Kentucky (7-4, 4-4) Georgia (10-1, 7-1)

6 7

0 14

7 7

0 14

= =

13 42

UK - MacGinnis, 37-yard field goal, 9:40, 1Q Georgia (9-1, 6-1) 7 0 3 7 = 17 GA - Chubb, 8-yard run (Blankenship kick), 3:19, 1Q UK - MacGinnis, 35-yard field goal, 0:11, 1Q Auburn (8-2, 6-1) 6 10 14 10 = 40 GA - Wims, 27-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 4:56, 2Q GA - Chubb, 1-yard run (Blankenship kick), 11:21, 1Q GA - Michel, 37-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:51, 2Q AU - Carlson, 54-yard field goal, 8:19, 1Q UK - Snell, 1-yard run (MacGinnis kick), 11:29, 3Q AU - Carlson, 37-yard field goal, 1:20, 1Q GA - Michel, 8-yard run, 8:16, 3Q AU - Carlson, 30-yard field goal, 12:03, 2Q AU - Slayton, 42-yard pass from Stidham (Carlson kick), 4:09, 2Q GA - Chubb, 55-yard run (Blankenship kick), 14:17, 4Q GA - Michel, 4-yard run (Blankenship kick), 10:59, 4Q AU - Stidham, 7-yard run (Carlson kick), 11:57, 3Q AU - Davis, 32-yard pass from Stidham (Carlson kick), 8:12, 3Q Weather: Overcast, 68 degrees, wind 9 mph SW. GA - Blankenship, 47-yard field goal, 5:23, 3Q AU - Carlson, 37-yard field goal, 10:06, 4Q GAME STATISTICS AU - Johnson, 55-yard pass from Stidham (Carlson kick), 6:13, 4Q UGA UK GA - Ridley, 14-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 2:19, 4Q First Downs 25 17 Weather: Cloudy, 55 degrees, wind 8 mph E. Rushing: Att.-Yards 44-381 37-124 GAME STATISTICS Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 9-14-123-1 12-23-138-1 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 58-504 60-262 UGA AU Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 1-0 First Downs 13 25 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-59 2-30 Rushing: Att.-Yards 32-46 46-237 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 2-96 (48.0) 5-211 (42.2) Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 13-29-184-0 17-25-251-0 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-61 (30.5) 3-69 (23.0) Total Plays-Total Net Yards 61-230 71-488 Time of Possession 30:20 29:40 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 1-0 Third Down Conversions 4 of 8 4 of 13 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-75 5-29 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 2 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 8-357 (44.6) 4-158 (39.5) Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-13 1-3 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 6-152 (25.3) 2-31 (15.5) Time of Possession 26:54 33:06 individuAL LEADERS Third Down Conversions 3 of 14 4 of 13 Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long Fourth Down Conversions 2 of 2 0 of 0 15 151 2 55 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-12 4-37 UGA - Nick Chubb 22 94 1 12 UK - Benny Snell Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD individuAL LEADERS UGA - Jake Fromm 9 14 123 1 Rushing Att. Yds. TD Long UK - Stephen Johnson 12 22 138 0 UGA - Nick Chubb 11 27 1 6 Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long AU - Kerryon Johnson 32 167 0 19 6 83 1 27 UGA - Javon Wims Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD UK - Blake Bone 1 45 0 45 UGA - Jake Fromm 13 28 184 1 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long AU - Jarrett Stidham 16 23 214 3 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 2 96 48.0 51 Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long UK - Matt Panton 5 211 42.2 46 UGA - Javon Wims 3 96 0 38 Tackles UT AT Tot. AU - Kerryon Johnson 2 66 1 55 5 4 9 UGA - Roquan Smith Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long UK - Darius West 6 1 7 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 8 357 44.6 58 AU - Aidan Marshall 4 158 39.5 51 Tackles UT AT Tot. UGA - Roquan Smith 8 4 12 AU - Carlton Davis 4 2 6

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SCORING SUMMARY Georgia (11-1) Georgia Tech (5-6)

7 0

10 14 7 0

7 0

= 38 = 7

GA - Chubb, 1-yard run (Blankenship kick) 5:51, 1Q GA - Wims, 21-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 7:05, 2Q GT - Jeune, 10-yard pass from Marshall (King kick), 0:48, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 37-yard field goal, 0:00, 2Q GA - Michel, 4-yard run (Blankenship kick), 9:03, 3Q GA - Swift, 2-yard run (Blankenship kick), 1:23, 4Q GA - Crumpton, 78-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 11:21, 4Q Weather: Mostly cloudy, 58 degrees, wind: 8 mph W

GAME STATISTICS UGA GT First Downs 23 12 Rushing: Att.-Yards 43-247 46-188 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 12-17-224-0 2-9-38-1 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 60-471 55-226 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 2-25 3-40 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 2-89 (44.5) 5-233 (46.6) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-36 (18) 2-28 (14.0) Time of Possession 30:14 29:46 Third Down Conversions 6 of 9 8 of 15 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 0-0

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UGA - Sony Michel 13 GT - TaQuon Marshall 17 Comp. Passing UGA - Jake Fromm 12 GT - TaQuon Marshall 2 Receiving Rec. UGA - Ahkil Crumpton 2 2 GT - Ricky Jeune Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 2 GT - Pressley Harvin III 5 Tackles UT UGA - Roquan Smith 8 GT - Lawrence Austin 9

Yds. 85 72 Att. 16 9 Yds. 78 38 Yds. 89 233 AT 1 1

TD 1 0 Yds. 224 38 TD 1 1 Avg. 44.5 46.6 Tot. 9 10

Long 16 24 TD 2 1 Long 78 28 Long 49 50

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2017 SEC Champions

#3 Georgia 54, #2 Oklahoma 48 (OT)

#4 Alabama 26, #3 Georgia 23 (OT)

• Sony Michel’s 27-yard touchdown run in the second overtime capped one of the wildest games in program history, a 4-hour roller coaster ride that sent Georgia into the National Championship Game. • Michel’s winning score was his fourth of a career-best game, one in which he gained 181 yards rushing and also caught four passes. • Georgia overcame a 17-point second-quarter deficit and and a 7-point margin in the final minutes of regulation. Nick Chubb scored the equalizer on a 2-yard sprint around right end with just 55 seconds left, knotting the score at 45. The tying drive covered 59 yards in seven plays. • After an exchange of field goals in the first overtime, Lorenzo Carter blocked a Sooner field goal from 27 yards to give Georgia the advantage. It was the Bulldogs’ third block of a placement kick in the 2017 season and fourth block overall.

• Alabama defeated Georgia in the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship Game, overcoming two 13-point deficits and an errant field goal attempt that would have won it in regulation. • Still, the Bulldogs led in overtime on the strength of a 51-yard field goal by Rodrigo Blankenship. They even took the upper hand by sacking Bama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for a 16-yard loss on the Tide’s first play in the extra period. But on second down, Tagovailoa hit DeVonta Smith for a 41-yard scoring pass that ended the game. • Georgia controlled the first half, taking a 13-0 lead on Mecole Hardman’s 1-yard run just before intermission. Hardman scored again on an 80-yard pass from Jake Fromm with 6:52 left in the third quarter, answering Bama’s first score of the night. • This game marked Georgia’s first appearance since 1982 in a game where victory would have given it a national title in football. • It was also the first time that any Bulldog team had played consecutive overtime games. Georgia is now 8-6 all-time in overtime contests, including 3-3 at neutral sites.

Jan. 1, 2018 • Rose Bowl Game - CFP Semifinal Rose Bowl • Pasadena, Calif.

Dec. 2, 2017 • SEC Championship Game Mercedes-Benz Stadium • Atlanta, Ga.

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• Sixth-ranked Georgia claimed its 13th SEC Championship in program history with a 28-7 victory over the second-ranked Auburn Tigers at Mercedez-Benz Stadium in front of a national CBS audience and capacity crowd of 76,534. • The Bulldogs took the lead for good on a 27-yard field goal from Rodrigo Blankenship with 4:59 left in the second period. They seized the game’s momentum on the first play of the fourth quarter, when Roquan Smith returned an Auburn fumble nine yards to the Tiger 39. Four plays later, Jake Fromm found Terry Godwin for a 7-yard TD pass that put Georgia ahead 19-7. The duo hooked up again for a 2-point conversion. • Freshman running back D’Andre Swift sealed the outcome when he streaked 64 yards for the game’s final score with 10:34 left, putting the Bulldogs ahead 28-7. • Georgia’s defense held Auburn to just 123 total yards, eight first downs and zero points in the second half. It also blocked a field-goal try and forced a second Tiger fumble. • Senior Nick Chubb had 77 rushing yards on 13 carries while senior Sony Michel had 45 yards on seven carries. Chubb moved up to second in SEC history with 4,599 yards, trailing only Herschel Walker (5,259). Chubb and Michel already rank No. 2 and 3 in school history for rushing yards. Michel has 3,359 for his career.

SCORING SUMMARY Georgia (13-1) 7 10 14 14 3 6 = 54 Oklahoma (12-2) 14 17 0 14 3 0 = 48

OU - Brown, 13-yard pass from Mayfield (Seibert kick), 11:31, 1Q GA - Michel, 13-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 8:27, 1Q OU- Anderson, 9-yard run (Seibert kick), 6:56, 1Q SCORING SUMMARY GA- Anderson, 41-yard run (Seibert kick), 14:12, 2Q GA - Michel, 75-yard run (Blankenship kick), 14:00, 2Q Georgia (12-1) 0 10 3 15 = 28 OU - Seibert, 38-yard FG, 9:12, 2Q Auburn (10-3) 7 0 0 0 = 7 OU - Mayfield, 2-yard pass from Lamb (Seibert kick), :06, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 55-yard FG, :00, 2Q AU - Craig-Myers, 6-yard pass from Stidham (Carlson kick), GA - Chubb, 50-yard run (Blankenship kick), 12:25, 3Q 9:54, 1Q GA - Michel, 38-yard run (Blankenship kick), :41, 3Q GA - Nauta, 2-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 10:14, GA - Wims, 4-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 2Q 13:57, 4Q GA- Blankenship, 27-yard field goal, 4:59, 2Q OU - Flowers, 11-yard pass from Mayfield (Seibert kick), 8:47, 4Q GA- Blankenship, 35-yard field goal, 1:26, 3Q OU - Parker, 46-yard fumble return (Seibert kick), 6:52, 4Q GA - Godwin, 7-yard pass from Fromm (Godwin pass from GA - Chubb, 2-yard run (Blankenship kick), :55, 4Q Fromm), 13:06, 4Q GA - Blankenship, 38-yard FG, 1st OT GA - Swift, 64-yard run (Blankenship kick), 10:34, 4Q OU - Seibert, 33-yard FG, 1st OT Weather: Indoors. GA - Michel, 27-yard run, 2nd OT Weather: 71 degrees, Sunny

GAME STATISTICS

UGA AU First Downs 20 18 Rushing: Att.-Yards 41-238 31-114 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 16-22-183-0 16-32-145-0 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 63-421 63-259 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalties: Number-Yards 7-91 5-39 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 4-176 (44.0) 6-244 (40.7) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 0-0 (0.0) 1-20 (20.0) Time of Possession 33:02 26:58 Third Down Conversions 2 of 11 4 of 13 Fourth Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-24 2-13 individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UGA - D’Andre Swift 7 AU - Kerryon Johnson 13 Passing Comp. UGA - Jake Fromm 16 AU - Jarrett Stidham 16 Receiving Rec. UGA - Mecole Hardman 4 AU - Ryan Davis 7 Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 4 AU - Aidan Marshall 6 Tackles UT UGA - Roquan Smith 10 AU - Deshaun Davis 4

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TD 1 0 Yds. 183 145 TD 0 0 Avg. 44.0 40.7 Tot. 13 10

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GAME STATISTICS UGA OU First Downs 21 24 Rushing: Att.-Yards 34 - 317 45 - 242 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 20-29-210-0 24-36-289-1 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 63 - 527 81 - 531 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-39 1-5 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 6-288 (48.0) 7-288 (41.1) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-55 (27.5) 3-44 (14.7) Time of Possession 27:02 32:58 Third Down Conversions 3 of 11 7 of 18 Fourth Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 5-43 2-18

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UGA - Sony Michel 11 OU - Rodney Anderson 26 Passing Comp. UGA - Jake Fromm 20 OU - Baker Mayfield 23 Receiving Rec. UGA - Javon Wims 6 OU - Marquise Brown 8 Punting No. UGA - Cameron Nizialek 6 OU - Austin Seibert 7 Tackles UT UGA - Roquan Smith 4 OU - Kenneth Murray 6

Yds. 181 201 Att. 29 35 Yds. 73 114 Yds. 288 288 AT 7 3

TD 3 2 Yds. 210 287 TD 1 1 Avg. 48.0 41.1 Tot. 11 9

Long 75 45 TD 2 2 Long 21 45 Long 61 57

Jan. 8, 2018 • CFP Championship Game Mercedes-Benz Stadium • Atlanta, Ga.

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SCORING SUMMARY Alabama (13-1) Georgia (13-2)

0 0 10 10 0 13 7 0

6 = 26 3 = 23

GA - Blankenship, 41-yard field goal, 14:14, 2Q GA - Blankenship, 27-yard field goal, 7:33, 2Q GA - Hardman, 1-yard run (Blankenship kick) 0:07, 2Q UA - Ruggs III, 6-yard pass from Tagovailoa (Pappanastos kick), 6:52, 3Q GA - Hardman, 80-yard pass from Fromm (Blankenship kick), 6:52, 3Q UA - Pappanastos 43-yard field goal, 5:15, 3Q UA - Pappanastos, 30-yard field goal, 9:24, 4Q UA - Ridley, 7-yard pass from Tagovailoa (Pappanastos kick), 3:49, 4Q GA - Blankenship kick, 51-yard field goal, OT UA - Smith, 41-yard pass from Tagovailoa, OT Weather: Indoors

GAME STATISTICS UGA UA First Downs 20 22 Rushing: Att.-Yards 39-184 45-133 Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int 17-32-187-1 16-32-232-2 Total Plays-Total Net Yards 71-371 77-365 Fumbles: Number-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-41 6-65 Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) 6-285 (47.5) 7-295 (42.1) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards (Avg.) 2-42 (21.0) 3-40 (13.3) Time of Possession 26:17 33:43 Third Down Conversions 3 of 14 8 of 19 Fourth Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-33 3-26

individuAL LEADERS Rushing Att. UA - Najee Harris 6 UGA - Sony Michel 14 Passing Comp. UA - Tua Tagovailoa 14 UGA - Jake Fromm 16 Receiving Rec. UA - Calvin Ridley 4 UGA - Riley Ridley 6 Punting No. UA - JK Scott 6 UGA - Cameron Nizialek 6 Tackles UT UA - Mack Wilson 7 UGA - Roquan Smith 9

Yds. 64 98 Att. 24 32 Yds. 32 82 Yds. 285 276 AT 5 4

TD 0 0 Yds. 166 232 TD 1 0 Avg. 47.5 46.0 Tot. 12 13

Long 35 26 TD 3 1 Long 9 23 Long 56 51

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GEORGIA FOOTBALL

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Georgia is the only school to have three different Super Bowl MVPs: Jake Scott of the Miami Dolphins, Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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In the past 21 years, 104 Georgia players have been chosen in the NFL Draft, including No. 8 overall draft pick Roquan Smith, No. 23 Isaiah Wynn, and No. 31 Sony Michel in 2018.

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The UGA Circle of Honor, Georgia’s all-sports recognition, features 30 football players and coaches, including 2016 inductee John Little and 2017 inductee Thomas Davis.

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Georgia ranks fourth in the last decade and 14th all-time for number of players drafted by the NFL.

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Georgia finished with the nation’s top-rated recruiting class for 2018, inking 26 prospects during the December and February signing periods.

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Terrell Davis was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017. The tailback played seven seasons with the Denver Broncos, earning the Super Bowl XXXII MVP honors and appearing in three Pro Bowls.

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In 2017, SEC Defensive Player of the Year Roquan Smith became the first Bulldog to earn the Butkus Award, which has been presented annually since 1985 to the nation’s top linebacker. Appropriately, Smith was a first-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears, for whom Dick Butkus had a Hall of Fame career. Smith and Butkus met during the Bulldogs’ preparations for the Rose Bowl in California.

» Georgia’s 28-7 win over Auburn in

the SEC Championship Game was the second-most watched game of the regular season with more than 13.4 million viewers.

» The Rose Bowl, where the Bulldogs

topped Oklahoma 54-48, led all bowls in attendance with 92,844. Georgia was second overall in total fan attendance (home, away, neutral) with more than 1.2 million fans.

» The Bulldogs’ game with Alabama

in the CFP National Championship Game had nearly 30 million viewers, the second-biggest cable audience ever.

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“Coach Smart has put into place a system of recruiting and developing elite student-athletes who have the ability to be exemplary role models for the University of Georgia both on and off the field. Coach Smart and our staff are committed to making our players the best they can be in every regard. Being a football player at the University of Georgia is a privilege -- and with that comes responsibility to excel in the classroom, on the playing field and in the community. We want young men who recognize and embrace that.”

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“The University of Georgia has one of the strongest athletic programs in the nation. It is steeped in rich history and tradition and enriched by outstanding student-athletes who excel in competition and in the classroom.  Moreover, our athletic program plays an important role in the world-class educational experience UGA offers as one of the top public research institutions in America..” Jere W. Morehead President

“Few universities in the country can match the history and tradition of the Georgia Bulldogs. We are committed to building on that foundation and providing our student-athletes all the resources they need to be successful in the classroom and on the playing field and in becoming productive citizens in our communities. The positive and accountable environment Coach Smart has established in our program will allow our student-athletes to thrive in all areas of their life.” Greg McGarity J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics

To the Bulldog Nation: It is an honor to be back home -- and this truly is and always will be my home. Mary Beth and I are proud graduates of and letterwinners from the University of Georgia. I’m fortunate that my aspiration to become a head coach came true at a great place like UGA. My coaches and I have a tremendous responsibility to lead young men. It is a responsibility we do not take lightly. My staff and I will oversee this program with class and integrity -- and we will win that way. To the parents sending their sons to play for UGA, I thank you for guiding them to be the men that they are today. Thank you for being their parents, coaches, cheerleaders, mentors and fans. We promise to continue to teach and guide your sons. We won’t let them settle for anything less than their best. We are dedicated to making sure they reach their full potential in the classroom, on the field and in society.

We will push our student-athletes to excel academically and athletically every day. We will challenge them to become leaders in our program and community. We will help them with a dedicated coaching and support staff, world-class facilities and an educational system second to none. Everything needed to succeed is in place at UGA. We want them to leave our program as the best men they can be so that they may become good citizens, husbands, fathers and employees. The men who come through our program have a bond with their teammates that will never be broken. Family is forever. Once a Bulldog, always a Bulldog. Georgia is an elite program on the national and conference landscape. Our desire is to make it even greater, and we will work tirelessly to make that happen.

Go Dogs! Kirby Smart

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCCESS

“The Athletic Association does a great job incorporating high academic standards into a very successful athletic program. There is a strong commitment to the success of student-athletes both on and off the playing field.”

Billy Payne, an All-American for the Bulldogs, was the President and CEO for the 1996 Olympic Games (with three events taking place in Athens) and he is the former chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters.

“As a member of the UGA faculty, and, as a UGA alumnus, I’m pleased that my alma mater is so committed to the lives of these young men; a commitment resulting from the integrity and vision of the coaches combined with the devoted academic staff.” Dr. David Gattie Associate Professor in the College of Engineering “I hold the utmost respect and high regard for the Georgia coaches as they strive for each of their players to experience both academic and athletic excellence. The coaching staff sets the bar high and gives its student-athletes the support and tools needed to experience success. Their efforts have resulted in a well-respected and highachieving team.” Kimberly D. Grantham Department of Marketing

Michelle Garfield Cook Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and Strategic University Initiatives and Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Georgia

“Opportunity: A good chance for self-advancement.”

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hatever the career goals of a student-athlete, becoming a Georgia Bulldog will

provide the opportunity to achieve

Eric Zeier, record-setting quarterback at Georgia and a former NFL signal-caller, is now the color analyst for games on the Georgia Bulldogs Radio Network.

“From the coaches, to the academic support staff, these studentathletes receive what I think is probably the best support and guidance to be found in the nation.” Dr. Audrey Haynes Associate Professor of Political Science

those objectives. All across the state of Georgia, the Southeast and in many of the 50 states,

Former Bulldog All-SEC defensive end Mixon Robinson is a nationally renowned orthopedist, including a long stint as one of Georgia's team orthopedists.

“The coaches do a fantastic job of motivating our student-athletes to deliver their best, both on the field as well as in the classroom. As one of the most successful programs in the country, the UGA Athletic Association makes overall excellence a core value. UGA provides the best facilities, academic advisors, mentors and performance system resulting in an outstanding program.” Randy Groomes Director of the Office of Diversity Relations in the Terry College of Business

Former UGA tight end Scott Williams is a senior director of SEC Network sales.

former Bulldogs are living lives of achievement, success, and

1980 team captain Frank Ros is the former Vice President for Hispanic Strategies for the Coca-Cola Company.

self-fulfillment.

Dr. Roosevelt Gilliam III, a former member of the Georgia football and track teams, is a Cardiovascular Disease Specialist in Sumter, S.C.

“The coaching staff has done an excellent job of guiding studentathletes through their academic and athletic responsibilities. The Athletic Association seeks that elusive amalgam of high academic standards and a very successful athletic program. Consequently, we are just as committed to success ‘between the hedges’ as we are in the classroom.” Dr. Gregory H. Robinson Department of Chemistry UGA Foundation Professor

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PREPARATION FOR SUCCESS

RANKIN M. SMITH SR. STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC CENTER / STUDENT SERVICES

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he Rankin M. Smith Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center, which opened in 2002, provides the cutting-edge resources Georgia’s football players and other studentathletes need to achieve their academic goals. Named for UGA alumnus and former Atlanta Falcons owner Rankin Smith Sr. (pictured above right) and built following a generous $3.5 million contribution from the Smith family, the center features tutorial rooms, computer labs, counselors’ offices and teaching space.

369 football student-athletes have successfully balanced the demands of practice and competition with their academic requirements to achieve the #1 goal for each of our studentathletes – to earn a degree from the University of Georgia. * SINCE 2001 *

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WHAT THE PARENTS SAY

“Aaron may have joined the UGA football family, but our whole family feels adopted by the Georgia community. It is a blessing that Josh, Aaron and Stephanie graduated from the University of Georgia. With three alumni, we will forever be connected to UGA and are grateful for the cherished memories and friendships we have made. Thank you, God bless and GO DAWGS!”

Lauren Murray

“A.J. had a great time at UGA. He couldn’t have made a better choice. The coaches, the administration, the staff and the players all had his best interest at heart. The coaches treated our son like their own family. I didn’t have to worry about my son because I know that he was well taken care of.”

Dora and Woodrow Green

“I am very proud of Justin’s decision to attend Georgia. The coaching staff at UGA did everything that they said they would and didn’t make any promises that they did not keep. Justin was already a good kid, but UGA brought out the best in him. I have no complaints and know he made a wise choice.”

Kimberly Houston

“UGA exceeded our expectations academically as well as athletically. As parents of a studentathlete, we were very pleased with the coaching staff and administration. Brandon enjoyed his experience in Athens. We look forward to his continued growth on and off the field during his NFL career.”

Alfred, Lisa, & Alfred Boykin Jr.

“When our sons were growing up, I hoped and prayed that they would be able to play in a big college stadium, but I never imagined it would be between the hedges. I’m so grateful, overwhelmed, excited and more importantly, thankful that God blessed them like He did. They not only were at an amazing school but they were there together. What mom wouldn’t want her kids to play for Georgia?”

Lori Theus

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WHAT THE PARENTS SAY

“Academically, Matthew enjoyed that part of his experience at Georgia. Athletically, he loved the time he had on the team. He made great friends and was very happy with the whole coaching staff. He loved Athens, especially with his sister Page also attending UGA.”

Margaret Stafford

“Georgia made David's dream come true. He had one aspiration growing up -- to play football at UGA. The coaches saw something in a raw kid and as a result fulfilled that dream. Georgia’s staff held him to high expectations both on and off the field. That is how he was raised and it was so reassuring knowing that our philosophies and beliefs regarding expectations were continued without fail or compromise. The coaches encouraged and rewarded his work ethic and leadership. David's experience at UGA was a blessing not only for him but our entire family.”

James and Patricia Andrews

“The UGA Football program provided opportunities for Matt and Jon to develop spiritually, socially, academically and physically. Our eight-plus years as a part of the program were wonderful and positive for our family.”

The Stinchcomb Family

“It was a wonderful experience to watch Ron, Champ and Boss represent the University of Georgia as student-athletes with dignity and pride and become positive men in today’s society. I deemed it an honor to have worn the red and black among the fans, faculty and coaching staff.”

Elaine Bailey

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BOWL BOUND

Georgia has appeared in 54 bowls, which ranks second all time, and leads the nation with showings in 19 different bowls. Georgia has also played in a bowl for a school-record 21 straight years – the third-longest active streak in the nation.

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BOWL BOUND

Nation’s Top Bowl Teams

Georgia’s Bowl Record

(All-Time)

Team

Games

W-L-T

Alabama 68 40-25-3

GEORGIA 54 31-20-3 Texas 54 28-24-2 Nebraska 53 26-27-0 USC 52 34-18-0 Tennessee 52 28-24-0 Oklahoma 51 29-21-1 49 25-23-1 LSU Penn State 48 29-17-2 48 23-25-0 Ohio State

Bowl

Games

Belk Bluebonnet Capital One / Citrus / Tangerine CFP National Championship Chick-fil-A /Peach Cotton Gator /Taxslayer Hall of Fame Independence

1 1 6 1 5 3 5 1 2

W-L-T

Bowl

Games

1-0-0 0-1-0 4-1-1 0-1-0 3-2-0 2-1-0 3-1-1 0-1-0 2-0-0

Liberty Music City O’ahu Oil Orange Outback Presidential Cup Rose Sugar Sun

4 1 1 1 3 4 1 2 9 3

W-L-T

2-2-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 4-5-0 1-1-1

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BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

Thomas Davis, LB Carolina Panthers David Andrews, OL New England Patriots

Chris Conley, WR Kansas City Chiefs

Roquan Smith, LB Chicago Bears

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he Georgia Bulldogs hold a prominent place in the NFL. In the last 14 years alone, 38

former Bulldogs have helped their teams reach the Super Bowl, including Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward; XLIV winners Jon Stinchcomb and Charles Grant; XLV winner Jarius Wynn; XLVI winner D.J. Ware; XLVII winners Dannell Ellerbe and DeAngelo Tyson; XLVIII winner Chris Clemons; LI winners David Andrews and Malcolm Mitchell; and LII winner Ellerbe.

Clint Boling, OL Cincinnati Bengals

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Marlon Brown, WR Chicago Bears

Corey Moore, DB Houston Texans


BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

Jordan Jenkins, LB New York Jets

Abry Jones, DL Jacksonville Jaguars

Tavarres King, WR Minnesota Vikings (formerly New York Giants)

Nick Chubb, RB Cleveland Browns

Isaiah Wynn, OL New England Patriots

Sony Michel, RB New England Patriots

Ben Jones, OL Tennessee Titans

Alec Ogletree, LB New York Giants

Reggie Davis, WR Atlanta Falcons

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BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

John Jenkins, DL Chicago Bears

Todd Gurley II, RB Los Angeles Rams

» David Andrews, OL, New England Patriots » Geno Atkins, DL, Cincinnati Bengals » John Atkins, DL, New England Patriots

Orson Charles, TE Kansas City Chiefs

Malcolm Mitchell, WR New England Patriots

Leonard Floyd, LB Chicago Bears

2017 NFL Offensive Player of the Year

TOP

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» Davin Bellamy, LB Houston Texans » Clint Boling, OL, Cincinnati Bengals » Marlon Brown, WR, Chicago Bears » Lorenzo Carter, LB, New York Giants » Tyler Catalina, OL, Washington Redskins

» Orson Charles, TE, Kansas City Chiefs » Nick Chubb, RB, Cleveland Browns » Chris Conley, WR, Kansas City Chiefs Tyler Catalina, OL Washington Redskins

Isaiah McKenzie, WR Denver Broncos

John Theus, OL Tennessee Titans (formerly San Francisco 49ers)

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BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

Cornelius Washington, LB Detroit Lions

Benjamin Watson, TE New Orleans Saints

Keith Marshall, RB Washington Redskins

» Aaron Davis, DB, New York Giants

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» Reggie Davis, WR, Atlanta Falcons » Thomas Davis, LB, Carolina Panthers » Leonard Floyd, LB, Chicago Bears » Cordy Glenn, OL Cincinnati Bengals » A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals

A.J. Green, WR Cincinnati Bengals Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions

» Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams » Justin Houston, LB, Kansas City Chiefs

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» John Jenkins, DL, Chicago Bears » Jordan Jenkins, LB, New York Jets » Charles Johnson, DE, Carolina Panthers » Toby Johnson, DL, Detroit Lions

Quincy Mauger, DB Atlanta Falcons

Shawn Williams, DB Cincinnati Beangals

Ramik Wilson, LB Los Angeles Rams

» Abry Jones, DL Jacksonville Jaguars

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BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

Garrison Smith, DL Atlanta Falcons Lorenzo Carter, LB New York Giants

(formerly Seattle Seahawks)

John Atkins, DL New England Patriots

Reshad Jones, DB Miami Dolphins

» Ben Jones, OL, Tennessee Titans

Cordy Glenn, OL Cincinnati Bengals (formerly Buffalo Bills)

» Reshad Jones, DB, Miami Dolphins » Tavarres King, WR, Minnesota Vikings » Keith Marshall, RB, Washington Redskins » Quincy Mauger, DB, Atlanta Falcons » Isaiah McKenzie, WR, Denver Broncos » Sony Michel, RB, New England Patriots » Malcolm Mitchell, WR, New England Patriots » Corey Moore, DB, Houston Texans » Alec Ogletree, LB, New York Giants » Dominick Sanders, DB Philadelphia Eagles » Garrison Smith, DL Atlanta Falcons

Trenton Thompson, DL Cleveland Browns

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Maurice Smith, DB Miami Dolphins

Davin Bellamy, LB Houston Texans


BULLDOGS IN THE NFL

Javon Wims, WR Chicago Bears

Toby Johnson, DL Detroit Lions

» Maurice Smith, DB, Miami Dolphins Geno Atkins, DT Cincinnati Bengals

» Roquan Smith, LB, Chicago Bears Justin Houston, LB Kansas City Chiefs

» Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions » John Theus, OL, Tennessee Titans » Trenton Thompson, DL, Cleveland Browns » Cornelius Washington, LB, Detroit Lions » Ben Watson, TE, New Orleans Saints » Shawn Williams, DB, Cincinnati Bengals » Ramik Wilson, LB, Los Angeles Rams » Javon Wims, WR Chicago Bears » Isaiah Wynn, OT New England Patriots

Dominick Sanders, DB Philadelphia Eagles

Aaron Davis, DB New York Giants

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WHAT THE PROS SAY

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I don’t believe there is any better opportunity than to have the chance to become a Georgia Bulldog. Georgia is a great school with outstanding tradition in both athletics and academics.” Herschel Walker, TB 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner 1999 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

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Playing at Georgia made all the difference in my life. Bulldog fans are the best in college football, and you can feel the electricity every time there is a home game. I really felt the coaches and all of the great athletes I played with prepared me for the NFL and life after football. When people ask me what is the key to my success, I always point to my days as a Georgia Bulldog and the support I received from the University.” Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XL MVP

“ “

Georgia has the excitement of big time college football. Playing for the Bulldogs helped me prepare for the many challenges I encountered in the NFL. I loved my time at Georgia.” Terrell Davis, RB Denver Broncos Super Bowl XXXII MVP 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee

One of the greatest feelings in my athletic career was putting on the Red and Black and running onto the field ‘between the hedges.’ Being a first-round draft choice and playing in the NFL on Sundays was something I dreamed about all my life. Being a Georgia Bulldog was a big part of making that dream come true.” Champ Bailey, CB 14-year veteran and 12-time Pro Bowl selection (the most of any CB)

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It’s special to me to have been a part of this family, this brotherhood at Georgia. I have always felt like the coaching staff and my teammates have been in my corner, and I know I’ll always feel that way. It’s an honor for me to be associated with the University of Georgia.” A.J. Green, WR Cincinnati Bengals


WHAT THE PROS SAY

“ “

Being from the state of Georgia, it was one of my goals since I was a kid to play for the Bulldogs. I got the chance to go to school in Athens and it was everything I had dreamed it would be. There was a reason I stayed my full four years. The friends and memories I made were unbelievable. UGA will stay my second home forever.” Nick Chubb, RB Cleveland Browns

I came to Georgia behind guys like Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley at my position and I arrived with a player like Nick Chubb. I wasn’t sure what the future held for me in Athens but I ended up meeting some of the best friends of my life and getting a chance to experience everything that is UGA.  I couldn’t imagine choosing anywhere else to play or go to school, and I’ll be back there as much as I can in the future.  I’m a Dawg for life.”

Having the opportunity to play at Georgia was such a blessing in my life, and one that it took a while to completely realize. The brothers I will forever have from the team, the opportunity to live in Athens and get to know the town and the chance to attend a school like UGA was a once in a lifetime experience. I will always feel at home in Athens and in Sanford Stadium.”

My time at Georgia helped me so much. Because of the great tradition here, it made me appreciate the sport so much more. I worked 10 times harder because I wanted to succeed for Georgia. The coaches turned me into a man to take on responsibilities and grow up. I am so appreciative that I had the chance to be a Georgia Bulldog.” Todd Gurley, RB Los Angeles Rams 2017 NFL Offensive Player of TOP the Year

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This school does a great job of recruiting the right people and developing them on and off the field. The coaches always want you to be a great person, along with being a great player. They helped mold me on and off the field. I’m proud to be a Bulldog.” Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions

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Roquan Smith, LB Chicago Bears

Sony Michel, RB New England Patriots

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BUTTS-MEHRE HERITAGE HALL

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TIS PAY O R E T R O P & E PAYN R E T R O P M A I L L WI CILITY A F C I T E L H T A R INDOO

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eorgia’s Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall is one of the nation’s top athletic facilities. Named for coaches Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre, the Heritage Hall is the nerve center of the UGA Athletic Association. The building houses the players’

headquarters, including the Donald M. Leebern, Jr., Locker Room; the William K. Holmes Family Weight Room; the Harold Harrison Athletic Training Room; meeting rooms and the grab-and-go meal station. In addition, it includes football coaches’ offices and meeting rooms, historical displays for all UGA athletic teams and the administrative offices of the Athletic Association. Additionally, the building displays exhibits and artifacts celebrating Georgia’s academic and athletic excellence. The first floor features the Loran and Myrna Smith Lobby and the second floor includes the Larry Munson Trophy Room.

In April of 2018, Georgia dedicated the William Porter Payne and Porter Otis Payne Indoor Athletic Facility

in honor of former UGA all-star football player Billy Payne and his father, the late Porter Payne, also a former Bulldog letterman. Dubbed the “House of Payne,” the facility is located on the Woodruff Practice Fields and is connected to Butts-Mehre. The facility is programmed for maximum functionality, as it is approximately 140 yards long, 80 yards wide and 76 feet high. The Payne Facility can be utilized by the Bulldogs for practices, walkthroughs and conditioning work and also will be used by other sports in need of indoor space.

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BUTTS-MEHRE HERITAGE HALL

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he Donald M. Leebern Jr. Locker Room, which underwent renovations in 2017, features a commons area, a lounge, televisions,

message centers, computer stations, DJ booth and video game stations as well as displays celebrating team and individual accomplishments. Adjacent to the locker room and lounge are the equipment room and the team meeting room, which can be utilized for watching films and motivational videos as well as press conferences.

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SANFORD STADIUM

2017 NCAA DIVISION I FBS HOME ATTENDANCE TEAM LEADERS

TOP FOOTBALL STADIUMS Sanford Stadium was chosen by Athlon Sports as one of the Top 5 College Football Stadiums in the country.

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1. Michigan Ohio State 2. Penn State 3. 4. Alabama 5. Texas A&M 6. LSU 7. Tennessee 8. Texas

111,589 107,495 106,707 101,722 98,802 98,506 95,779 92,778

9. Georgia

92,746

10. Nebraska 11. Florida 12. Oklahoma 13. Auburn 14. Clemson 15. Wisconsin South Carolina 16. 17. Notre Dame 18. USC Michigan State 19. Florida State 20.

89,798 86,715 86,520 86,446 80,773 78,824 78,586 77,662 72,683 72,485 70,943


SANFORD STADIUM

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illed on Saturdays to its 92,746 capacity, Sanford Stadium has long been one of the country’s most beautiful and electrifying

arenas for college football. Georgia’s average home attendance has ranked among the nation’s top 10 for more than two decades. Surrounded by its famous hedges, Georgia’s home field is one of the legendary facilities in college football. For the 2018 season, there will be a major enhancement to the west end zone (pictured at left) — 120,000 square feet of new and improved space that will include a locker room for the Bulldogs, room to host and entertain prospects on game day, a larger video board, and a plaza for the fans.

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Attack The Day

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hat is the mantra of Georgia director of strength and

based, multi-joint athletic movements. He emphasizes discipline,

conditioning Scott Sinclair. And attacking the day doesn’t

attitude and effort. “Players must do things correctly the first time

mean just the work put in by the Bulldogs in the weight room.

and do it right even when no one else is watching. Players must

Said Sinclair, “Whatever you do -- football, practice, strength

possess an ‘it starts with me’ attitude that is positive. Attitude

training, school work -- attack it like you may not have another

determines your actions. We demand that the players give us all

chance. If you give it your all, you will be successful and not

they’ve got. There’s no room for 80-percent effort,” he said.

have any regrets.”

equipment. With more than 8,000 square feet, the space provides

Georgia is blessed to have two master strength and condition-

The William K. Holmes Family Weight Room has state-of-the-art

ing coaches -- a rarity in collegiate athletics -- in Sinclair and senior

the Bulldogs several work stations, allowing for intense and

associate director Ed Ellis, along with coaches Rodney Prince, Ben

productive workouts.

Sowders and Jamil Walker. Sinclair and his staff train Georgia’s football players to be explosive athletes. They focus on power, strength, flexibility and acceleration. Sinclair has a goal of developing football players who are strong, mentally tough and competitive. “We want our players to know only one way. We train and practice hard so when we play, we know only one speed and one way to do it,” Sinclair said.

Sinclair and his staff have a scientific principle-based program

designed to train the entire body year round through ground-

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

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he goal of the Georgia athletic training staff is twofold: the prevention and care of injuries. Prevention is accomplished through

pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehabilitation programs, taping, bracing, padding and education. When injuries do occur, the athletic training staff’s responsibility is to evaluate, diagnose and provide proper care. Director of Sports Medicine Ron Courson and staff have a common goal of returning the athlete to his performance level as quickly and as safely as possible. The Harold Harrison Athletic Training Room features top-of-the-line equipment in order to provide the highest quality of health care available.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

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eam physicians in various specialties provide outstanding on-site care for the student-athletes. Georgia also has a

psychiatrist, behavioral medicine coordinator, a social worker and a clinical/sports psychologist. Georgia additionally keeps its student-athletes healthy through proper diet. Georgia has an outstanding sports nutrition staff whose charge is to determine the dietary needs of each individual player and to formulate a meal plan that will produce positive results on and off the field.

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BULLDOGS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

In the spotlight… that’s the Bulldogs.

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epresentatives of newspapers, radio and TV stations, internet sites and magazines are regular visitors to Georgia’s games, practices and press conferences. Television broadcasts, sidelines packed with photographers and videographers, and full press boxes are staples at Georgia.

The Bulldogs’ regular-season and bowl games in recent years have been broadcast by CBS, the ESPN platforms (which includes the SEC Network), NBC, ABC and FOX. Georgia’s G-Day Games are shown annually on one of the ESPN channels. ESPN’s College GameDay and the SEC Network’s SEC Nation are frequent visitors to Athens. Former Georgia student-athletes can be found in several electronic media outlets today, including David Pollack, Maria Taylor and Matt Stinchcomb with ESPN and Aaron Murray with CBS. In addition, there are D.J. Shockley in the Atlanta TV and radio market; Hines Ward with CNN; Eric Zeier, Loran Smith, Chuck Dowdle and Kevin Butler on the Georgia Bulldogs Radio Network; Ernie Johnson Jr. on TNT; Dominique Wilkins with the Atlanta Hawks; Hutson Mason in the Atlanta radio market; and UGA graduate Olivia Harlan on ESPN.

Georgia has earned the Football Writers Association of America’s “Super 11” distinction six times, including 2017. The award identifies and rewards sports communications departments and programs that exemplify excellent media relations.

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GEORGIA TRADITION

In April of 2015, former Georgia All-America football player and Augusta National Golf Club Chairman Billy Payne welcomed six Bulldogs to the field for the Masters. (L to R): Erik Compton, Bubba Watson, Brendon Todd, Payne, Chris Kirk, Brian Harman and Russell Henley.

The 1892 Bulldogs and Coach Glenn “Pop” Warner, who guided the Bulldogs in 1895 and 1896.

At Super Bowl 50 in 2016, the previous MVPs were recognized in a pregame ceremony. Among those in attendance were Bulldog alums Jake Scott of the Miami Dolphins (Super Bowl VII), Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos (XXXII) and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers (XL). Georgia is the only school to have produced three different Super Bowl MVPs.

1982 Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker.

10-Win Seasons (Total) by Division I-A Teams:

Tradition: “The handing down of beliefs, legends, and customs from generation to generation.” Georgia played its first football game in 1892. Since that time the Bulldogs have built the tradition that is the standard in college football. Through the years, hundreds of young men of great character have accepted the challenge and come to Athens to become part of that tradition. They have become a part of the legends of the past, and the legends that are molding the future.

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Alabama 37 Oklahoma 36 USC 29 Michigan 28 Nebraska 26 Ohio State 26 Florida State 24

GEORGIA 23 Texas 21 Penn State 21 Tennessee 20 Notre Dame 18 BYU 16 Florida 14

Miami (Fla.) 15 Auburn 14 Arkansas 13 Washington 12 Texas A&M 10

All-Decade Teams (All sports, position by position, the best players since the turn of the century) NFL: WR Hines Ward, Steelers | CB Champ Bailey, Redskins/Broncos COLLEGE FOOTBALL: DE David Pollack, Georgia


GEORGIA TRADITION

From Captain To Coach… » Georgia defensive back (1995-98) » 1998 All-SEC and Academic All-American » 13 career interceptions » 2009 and 2012 Assistant Coach of the Year » 2017 National, SEC and Regional Coach of the Year

UGA dedicated the Vince Dooley Athletic Complex in 2008. Marked by a statue of Dooley being hoisted on the shoulders of players, the Vince Dooley Athletic Complex includes Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall, Spec Towns Track, the Woodruff Practice Fields, Stegeman Coliseum, the Coliseum Training Facility, the Rankin M. Smith Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center, Foley Field and the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.

Georgia Coaches Pledge… These student-athletes are entrusted to my care. I will train them to the best of my ability. I will develop them into smartly disciplined, physically fit, highly trained athletes thoroughly indoctrinated in love for the Georgia Bulldogs who represent the University of Georgia and the athletic program in the highest possible manner. I will encourage our athletes and insist that they perform to the best of their ability in the classroom as well as in the arena of competitive athletics. I will require of them, and demonstrate by my own example, the highest standards of integrity, personal conduct, morality, sportsmanship and professional skill.

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CHAMPS/LIFE SKILLS

CHAMPS/Life Skills The CHAMPS/Life Skills program focuses on commitments made by the University of Georgia to foster the growth and development of student-athletes. A Commitment to Academic Excellence » A Commitment to Athletic Excellence » A Commitment to Personal Development » A Commitment to Service » A Commitment to Career Development » A Commitment to Leadership Development »

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he CHAMPS/Life Skills program was developed by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) to help student-athletes broaden their horizons

beyond the classroom and field of competition. This program at Georgia is defined as “BALANCE” – Bulldog Athletes for Lifeskill Awareness and the Necessary Choices for Excellence.


ACCENT ON SERVICE

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ACCENT ON SERVICE

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eing a Georgia Bulldog means being successful on

equestrian complex, participating in a bowling league,

the field and having fun off the field. Georgia’s players

playing paintball at a nearby establishment and golfing

further strengthen their team bonds by enjoying

for a breast cancer awareness charity. During recent bowl

non-gridiron activities. The Bulldogs have taken breaks

activities, the Bulldogs toured battleships and aircraft at

from practice by cooling off in the pool at Gabrielsen Nata-

Naval Station Mayport and visited the site of Dr. Martin Luther

torium inside the Ramsey Center, riding horses at Georgia’s

King Jr.’s assassination at the National Civil Rights Museum.

What initially seemed like a tragedy on Sept. 26, 2015, ultimately turned into a story of triumph. Southern University’s Devon Gales suffered a spinal injury during a game at Sanford Stadium and spent the next several months in Athens and Atlanta beginning the rehabilitation process. Georgia’s players, coaches, support staff and fans rallied around him with financial contributions, get-well cards and uplifted prayers. Said Gales, “Whatever the Lord has in store for me, I’ll be fine with it. I know this happened for a reason. One thing is for sure, I found a family in Georgia that I never knew about.”

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BULLDOGS OFF THE FIELD

National Good Works Team The AFCA Good Works Team honors 22 men annually for community service, and UGA has had 18 honorees since 1992 — the most of any school in the nation.

“The only boundaries are those we create for ourselves.”

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ormer Georgia receiver Malcolm Mitchell embraces those words as his daily motto. Mitchell’s early shortcomings with reading

were well documented after he joined an Athens-area book club and ultimately wrote a children’s book, “The Magician’s Hat.” Mitchell has worked tirelessly as a reading advocate, visiting schools, hospitals, even the Governor’s mansion. He’s been able to tell his story to national media outlets and it was a topic of conversation during New England’s run to the Super Bowl LI title. In 2015, Mitchell continued Georgia’s tradition as he was named to the AFCA Good Works Team (and was chosen as the team captain) and the SEC Community Service Team.

1992 1993 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2009 2011 2012 2014 2015 2016 2017

Alec Millen Travis Jones Brian Smith Matt Stinchcomb Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican Jon Stinchcomb David Greene D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Jeff Owens Aron White Aaron Murray Chris Conley Malcolm Mitchell (National Team Captain) Jeb Blazevich Aaron Davis

SEC Community Service 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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WALK-ONS MAKE GOOD AT UGA

Cory Phillips Dale Williams

Transferred to UGA as a walk-on in 1998. He rushed for 653 yards in his final four games and was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2002.

A transfer from The Citadel, Williams earned a scholarship and starting job on the 1980 national championship team.

Jeremy Thomas Thomas transferred to Georgia in 2001 from the United States Air Force Academy. From 2002-04, the fullback appeared in 30 games, including 15 starts.

Rusty Russell Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, he was a three-year starter (1973-75) at three different positions.

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Verron Haynes

Phillips walked on at UGA and by his sophomore season started five games including a school record-tying fourtouchdown pass performance against Kentucky in 2000.

Mike Fisher A transfer from Furman, Fisher earned a scholarship and starting role during the 1980 national championship season.

Nate Taylor

Jay Russell

J.T. Wall

Robert Miles

Richard Tardits

Taylor is currently fifth on the all-time Georgia tackle list with 390 career tackles.

Son of former UGA Defensive Coordinator Erk Russell, Russell was a three-year letterman (1978-79‑‑‑‑‑80) at UGA.

By his senior season in 2002, Wall was a starter on what became the team with the most victories in Georgia history (13). He was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2003.

Miles earned his scholarship and a defensive end starting position on the 1980 national championship team. He is currently Georgia’s Director of Life Skills, and he was chosen as the Athletic Association’s 20062007 Dewey Dean Employee of the Year.

From France, Tardits showed up for spring practice in 1985. By the time his career had ended in 1988 he had become Georgia’s all-time career QB sack leader with 29.

Brandon Coutu While at UGA, Brandon Coutu was the first Georgia kicker to end up over 80% for career field goal accuracy. His 58-yarder against Louisiana-Monroe set the Georgia record for the longest field goal without a tee.

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IronE Singleton IronE (formerly Ron) was an Atlanta native who walked on at Georgia in 1998. While at UGA, he majored in Speech Communication and Theater, leading to roles in such projects as “The Blind Side” and “The Walking Dead.”

Billy Bennett Bennett became the NCAA’s all-time leader in field goals, the SEC’s top career scorer and UGA’s all-time leader in extra points. All told, Bennett finished with 29 NCAA, SEC and UGA records.


EAST CAMPUS VILLAGE

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he most dynamic part of the University campus in recent years has been East Campus. The Ramsey Center, named by Sports Illustrated as the nation’s best college student activities center, anchors East Campus. And since 2004, East Campus Village has been the home of thousands of UGA

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omething for everyone.” That’s one way to describe the academic, athletic and social experience at the University of Georgia. UGA is a leader among public universities nationally with a breadth and diversity of degree programs that rival any institution of higher learning. With its top-notch facilities campus-wide, the University of Georgia is an ideal setting for anyone to pursue a world-class education.

UGA by the Numbers… Founded: January 27, 1785; UGA was the first state-chartered university in America. Location: Athens, Ga. (Clarke County) located about 60 miles northeast of Atlanta Schools and Colleges: Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, School of Law, College of Pharmacy, Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, College of Education, Graduate School, C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry College of Business, Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, School of Social Work, College of Environment and Design, School of Public and International Affairs, College of Public Health, Eugene P. Odum School of Ecology, and College of Engineering. The university is also home to to the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership. Academic Offerings: » 25 Baccalaureate degrees in more than 143 fields » 30 Master’s degrees in 130 fields » Specialist in Education degree in 10 major fields » 4 Doctoral degrees in 98 areas » Professional degrees in law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine » More than 170 Study Abroad & exchange programs

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UGA is No. 16 in the U.S. News & World Report 2018 ranking of best public national universities.

Thrillist recently listed Athens as one of America’s Best College Towns.

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music scene that has turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

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FAMOUS CLASSMATES

ROBERT BENHAM Georgia Supreme Court

Dominique Wilkins, Georgia Bulldog great and Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.

ALTON BROWN Host, Food Network

KYLE CHANDLER Actor

JOSH HOLLOWAY Actor

WAYNE KNIGHT Actor

CHARLAYNE HUNTER-GAULT Journalist

DEBORAH NORVILLE Journalist

DEBORAH ROBERTS ABC News correspondent

KEITH ROBINSON Actor

RYAN SEACREST Host, American Idol & Live with Kelly and Ryan

AMY ROBACH 20/20 & Good Morning America

Jay North, who played Dennis the Menace on TV, gets a playful welcome from Uga VI.

Former Bulldog, actor and pro wrestler Bill Goldberg.

Georgia graduate Alex Wood and current Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher.

Georgia graduate Bubba Watson is a two-time winner of The Masters (2012 and 2014).

Two members of the Grammy & CMA award-winning trio Lady Antebellum are graduates of UGA.

Gold Glove outfielder Josh Reddick of the Houston Astros visited a game in 2013. The Georgia native made headlines when he wore a UGA football helmet during batting practice.

Former NFL superstar Hines Ward was the winner of Dancing with the Stars in 2011.

Actor Samuel L. Jackson attended the Georgia Tech game in 2010. Country music star and Georgia fan Luke Bryan performed in Athens at Sanford Stadium in April of 2013.

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MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME: 1. 283 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 2. 266 - Nick Chubb vs. Louisville, 2014 3. 265 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 MOST RUSHES - GAME: 4. 246 - Garrison Hearst vs. Vanderbilt, 1992 1. 47 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 5. 239 - Charley Trippi vs. Florida, 1945 (47x192) (SEC Record) 6. 238 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1980 2. 43 - Herschel Walker vs. South Carolina, 7. 227 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 1980 (43x219) 8. 225 - Herschel Walker vs. Ga. Tech, 1981 3. 41 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 9. 222 - Nick Chubb vs. N. Carolina, 2016 (41x265) 10. 219 - Herschel Walker vs. S. Carolina, 1980 4. 39 - Herschel Walker vs. Mississippi State, 219 - Herschel Walker vs. Memphis. St., 1981 1982 (39x215) 219 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1982 39 - Verron Haynes vs. Georgia Tech, 13. 218 - Lars Tate vs. Virginia, 1987 2001 (39x207) 6. 38 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1982 14. 215 - Herschel Walker vs. Miss. State, 1982 15. 208 - Todd Gurley vs. Tennessee, 2014 (38x172) 38 - Torin Kirtsey vs. Clemson, 1995 MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON: (38x195) 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Rec.) 38 - Nick Chubb vs. Missouri, 2014 2. 1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (38x143) 3. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 9. 37 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1980 4. 1,547 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (37x238) 1,547 - Nick Chubb, 2014 37 - Herschel Walker vs. Auburn, 1981 6. 1,400 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (37x165) 37 - Robert Arnaud vs. Kentucky, 1995 7. 1,385 - Todd Gurley, 2012 (37x120) 8. 1,345 - Nick Chubb, 2017 9. 1,334 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 MOST RUSHES - SEASON: 10. 1,324 - Musa Smith, 2002 1. 385 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Record) MOST RUSHING YARDS - CAREER: 2. 335 - Herschel Walker, 1982 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 3. 287 - Willie McClendon, 1978 2. 4,769 - Nick Chubb, 2014 - 17 4. 274 - Herschel Walker, 1980 3. 3,638 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 5. 260 - Musa Smith, 2002 4. 3,285 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 6. 250 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 5. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 7. 248 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 6. 3,017 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 8. 228 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 7. 2,734 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 9. 224 - Nick Chubb, 2016 8. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 10. 223 - Nick Chubb, 2017 9. 2,646 - Thomas Brown, 2004-07 10. 2,581 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 MOST RUSHES - CAREER: 11. 2,271 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 12. 2,228 - Willie McClendon, 1976-78 (SEC Record) 13. 2,202 - Musa Smith, 2000-02 2. 758 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 14. 2,038 - Tim Worley, 1985-86, ‘88 3. 615 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 15. 2,033 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 4. 591 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 5. 562 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON: 6. 543 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 1. 171.9 - Herschel Walker, 1981 7. 529 - Thomas Brown, 2004-07 (1,891 in 11 games) (SEC Record) 8. 510 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 2. 159.3 - Herschel Walker, 1982 9. 498 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 (1,752 in 11 games) 10. 472 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 3. 151.8 - Todd Gurley, 2014 11. 461 - Jimmy Poulos, 1971-73 (911 yards in 6 games) 12. 454 - Musa Smith, 2000-02 4. 146.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 13. 447 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 (1,616 in 11 games) MOST RUSHES PER GAME - SEASON: 5. 140.6 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 1. 35.0 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,547 in 11 games) (SEC Record) AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - CAREER: 2. 30.4 - Herschel Walker, 1982 1. 159.4 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 3. 24.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (5,259 in 33 games) (SEC Record) MOST RUSHES PER GAME - CAREER: 2. 109.5 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 (3,285 in 30 games) 1. 30.1 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 3. 105.2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 (SEC Record) (2,734 in 26 games) 2. 19.2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 3. 17.6 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 4. 101.5 - Nick Chubb, 2014 - 17 4. 17.1 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 (4,769 in 47 games) 5. 17.0 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 5. 97.9 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 (3,232 in 33 games) MOST RUSHES IN THREE SEASONS: 6. 88.4 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (2,033 in 23 games) (NCAA Record)

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MOST RUSHING TDS - GAME: 1. 5 - Washaun Ealey vs. Kentucky, 2010 2. 4 - Robert Edwards vs. S. Carolina, 1995 MOST RUSHING TDS - SEASON: 1. 19 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 2. 18 - Herschel Walker, 1981 3. 17 - Tim Worley, 1988 17 - Todd Gurley, 2012 5. 16 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942 16 - Herschel Walker, 1982 16 - Lars Tate, 1986 16 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 16 - Sony Michel, 2017 MOST RUSHING TDS - CAREER: 1. 49 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 44 - Nick Chubb, 2014 - 17 3. 36 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 36 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 5. 33 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 33 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 7. 32 - Charley Trippi, 1942, ’45-46 8. 30 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 30 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 10. 27 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 27 - Tim Worley, 1985-86, ‘88 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: 1. 8.12 - Nick Chubb, 2015 2. 7.87 - Sony Michel, 2017 3. 7.41 - Todd Gurley, 2014 4. 7.06 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 7.06 - Nick Chubb, 2014 6. 6.85 - Charley Trippi, 1942 7. 6.82 - Glynn Harrison, 1975 8. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 9. 6.77 - Keith Henderson, 1985 10. 6.59 - Fred Brown, 1958 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: (Min. 200 rushes) 1. 7.06 - Nick Chubb, 2014 (219x1,547) 2. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (228x1,547) 3. 6.24 - Todd Gurley, 2012 (222x1,385) 4. 6.03 - Nick Chubb, 2017 (223x1,345) 5. 5.90 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (274x1,616) 6. 5.60 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (250x1400) 7. 5.38 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 (248x1,334) 8. 5.30 - Sony Michel, 2015 (219x1161) 9. 5.28 - Frank Sinkwich, 1941 (209x1,103) 10. 5.23 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (335x1,752) AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: 1. 6.44 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 2. 6.42 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46 3. 6.29 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 4. 6.23 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 5. 6.37 - Glynn Harrison, 1972-75 6. 6.04 - Keith Henderson, 1985-86-88 7. 5.95 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 8. 5.80 - Tim Worley, 1985-86-88 9. 5.70 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 10. 5.49 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - GAME: (Min. 40 rushes) 1. 6.46 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 (41x265) AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - GAME: (Min. 30 rushes) 1. 8.06 - Nick Chubb vs. Louisville, 2014 (33x266)

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individual records AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: (Min. 800 rushes) 1. 5.29 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994x5,259)

AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: (Min. 500 rushes)

MOST GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE - CAREER:

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A FRESHMAN:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SOPH.:

MOST SEASONS 1,500 YARDS OR MORE:

1. 6.44 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 (510x3,285) 2. 6.29 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 (758x4,769) 3. 6.16 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 (591x3,638) 1. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 1,547 - Nick Chubb, 2014 3. 1,385 - Todd Gurley, 2012 4. 1,334 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 5. 890 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 2. 1,400 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 3. 1,161 - Sony Michel, 2015 4. 989 - Todd Gurley, 2013 5. 968 - Garrison Hearst, 1991 6. 896 - Jasper Sanks, 1999

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 1,547 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 1,324 - Musa Smith, 2002 1,216 - Tim Worley, 1988 1,130 - Nick Chubb, 2016

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,345 - Nick Chubb, 2017 1,312 - Willie McClendon, 1978 1,227 - Sony Michel, 2017 1,016 - Lars Tate, 1987 908 - Robert Edwards, 1997

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN 3 SEASONS: 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (NCAA Record) 2. 3,424 - Nick Chubb, 2014-16 3. 3,285 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 4. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 5. 3,228 - Sony Michel, 2015-17 6. 3,222 - Nick Chubb, 2015-17 7. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 8. 2,581 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 9. 2,271 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 10. 2,228 - Willie McClendon, 1976-78

MOST GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 4 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 2 - Nick Chubb, 2014 3. 1 - Rodney Hampton, 1987

MOST GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE IN ONE SEASON: 1. 11 - Herschel Walker, 1981 2. 10 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 9 - Todd Gurley, 2012 9 - Musa Smith, 2002 9 - Garrison Hearst, 1992

MOST GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE - CAREER: 1. 2. 3.

9 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 3 - Nick Chubb, 2014 - 17 1 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46 Kevin McLee, 1975-77 Lars Tate, 1984-87 Rodney Hampton, 1987-89

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1. 3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (Tied NCAA Record) 2. 1 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 1 - Nick Chubb, 2014

MOST SEASONS GAINING 1,000 YARDS OR MORE:

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3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 3 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 2 - Sony Michel, 2014-17

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MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SENIOR:

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Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 Verron Haynes, 1999-2001

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

65 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 62 - Cory Phillips vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 55 - Jacob Eason vs. Missouri, 2016 55 - Quincy Carter vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 54 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 53 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 51 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 51 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 49 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 47 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 47 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

438 - David Geene, 2003 433 - Eric Zeier, 1994 425 - Eric Zeier, 1993 403 - Aaron Murray, 2011 386 - Aaron Murray, 2012 383 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 380 - Quincy Carter, 1999 379 - David Greene, 2002 348 - Matthew Stafford, 2007 347 - Aaron Murray, 2013

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - CAREER:

1. 1,478 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 1,440 - David Geene, 2001-04 3. 1,402 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 987 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-2008 5. 853 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 6. 755 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 7. 734 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 8. 514 - Larry Rakestraw, 1961-63 9. 484 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 10. 483 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48

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ANNUAL RUSHING LEADERS

Year Player

Att Yds TD

2017 Nick Chubb 223 1,345 15 2016 Nick Chubb 224 1,130 8 2015 Sony Michel 219 1,161 8 2014 Nick Chubb 219 1,547 14 2013 Todd Gurley 165 989 10 2012 Todd Gurley 222 1,385 17 2011 Isaiah Crowell 185 850 5 2010 Washaun Ealey 157 811 11 2009 Washaun Ealey 125 717 3 2008 Knowshon Moreno 250 1,400 16 2007 Knowshon Moreno 248 1,334 14 2006 Kregg Lumpkin 162 798 6 2005 Thomas Brown 147 736 4 2004 Thomas Brown 172 875 8 2003 Michael Cooper 156 673 6 2002 Musa Smith 260 1,324 8 2001 Verron Haynes 126 691 7 2000 Brett Millican 67 375 2 1999 Jasper Sanks 177 896 6 1998 Olandis Gary 143 698 10 1997 Robert Edwards 165 908 12 1996 Robert Edwards 184 800 9 134 603 5 1995 Torin Kirtsey 1994 Terrell Davis 97 445 6 1993 Terrell Davis 167 824 5 1992 Garrison Hearst 228 1,594 19 1991 Garrison Hearst 153 968 9 162 717 5 1990 Garrison Hearst 1989 Rodney Hampton 218 1,059 12 1988 Tim Worley 191 1,216 14 1987 Lars Tate 208 1,016 14 1986 Lars Tate 188 954 16 1985 Keith Henderson 108 731 3 1984 Andre Smith 110 665 4 1983 Keith Montgomery 120 519 7 1982 Herschel Walker 334 1,752 16 1981 Herschel Walker 385 1,891 18 1980 Herschel Walker 274 1,616 15 1979 Matt Simon 152 589 3 1978 Willie McClendon 287 1,312 13 1977 Kevin McLee 178 717 5 1976 Kevin McLee 218 1,058 6 131 894 5 1975 Glynn Harrison 1974 Glynn Harrison 149 959 4 1973 Jimmy Poulos 167 702 3 1972 Jimmy Poulos 150 556 7 1971 Andy Johnson 174 870 13 1970 Ricky Lake 135 570 3 124 494 4 1969 Julian Smiley 1968 Bruce Kemp 140 553 4 1967 Ronnie Jenkins 170 646 7 1966 Ronnie Jenkins 171 669 5 1965 Preston Ridlehuber 142 401 2 1964 Preston Ridlehuber 110 368 6 1963 Larry Rakestraw 102 170 4 1962 Leon Armbrester 64 266 0 1961 Bill McKenny 81 328 1 1960 Fred Brown 78 355 2 1959 Bill Godfrey 79 319 2 1958 Theron Sapp 114 635 1 1957 Theron Sapp 137 599 5 1956 Carl Manning 83 348 0 1955 Bobby Garrard 107 533 3 1954 Bobby Garrard 93 442 1 1953 Bob Clemens 120 586 6 1952 Bob Clemens 106 460 5 1951 Lauren Hargrove 89 422 4 1950 Billy Mixon 134 705 3

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ANNUAL PASSING LEADERS

Year Player

Comp-Att-Int Yds TD

2017 Jake Fromm 2016 Jacob Eason 2015 Greyson Lambert 2014 Hutson Mason 2013 Aaron Murray 2012 Aaron Murray 2011 Aaron Murray 2010 Aaron Murray 2009 Joe Cox 2008 Matthew Stafford 2007 Matthew Stafford 2006 Matthew Stafford 2005 D.J. Shockley 2004 David Greene 2003 David Greene 2002 David Greene 2001 David Greene 2000 Quincy Carter 1999 Quincy Carter 1998 Quincy Carter 1997 Mike Bobo 1996 Mike Bobo 1995 Hines Ward 1994 Eric Zeier 1993 Eric Zeier 1992 Eric Zeier 1991 Eric Zeier 1990 Greg Talley 1989 Greg Talley 1988 Wayne Johnson 1987 James Jackson 1986 James Jackson 1985 James Jackson 1984 Todd Williams 1983 John Lastinger 1982 John Lastinger 1981 Buck Belue 1980 Buck Belue 1979 Buck Belue 1978 Jeff Pyburn 1977 Jeff Pyburn 1976 Matt Robinson 1975 Matt Robinson 1974 Matt Robinson 1973 Andy Johnson 1972 James Ray 1971 Andy Johnson 1970 Mike Cavan 1969 Mike Cavan 1968 Mike Cavan 1967 Kirby Moore 1966 Kirby Moore 1965 Kirby Moore 1964 Lynn Hughes 1963 Larry Rakestraw 1962 Larry Rakestraw 1961 Larry Rakestraw 1960 Fran Tarkenton 1959 Fran Tarkenton 1958 Charley Britt 1957 Charley Britt 1956 William Hearn 1955 Dick Young 1954 Jimmy Harper 1953 Zeke Bratkowski 1952 Zeke Bratkowski 1951 Zeke Bratkowski 1950 Mal Cook

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MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - GAME:

1. 36 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech (62 atts.) Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 (65 atts.) Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (51 atts.) 4. 34 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 (53 atts.) 5. 33 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 (49 atts.) 33 - Quincy Carter vs. Florida, 1998 (49 atts.) 7. 31 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (47 atts.) 31 - Eric Zeier vs. S. Carolina, 1994 (51 atts.) 9. 30 - Eric Zeier vs. Sou. Miss, 1993 (47 atts.) 30 - Eric Zeier vs. Tennessee, 1994 (45 atts.) 30 - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech, 1997 (39 atts.) 30 - Aaron Murray vs. Kentucky, 2012 (38 att.)

CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS

1. 22 — Greyson Lambert vs. USC (20) & Southern Univ. (2), 2015

CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS DURING A GAME:

1. 20 — Greyson Lambert vs. USC, 2015 2. 19 – Mike Bobo vs. Wisconsin, 1998 Outback Bowl

CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS TO START A GAME:

1. 15 – Quincy Carter vs. LSU, 1998 15 – Eric Zeier vs. Georgia Tech, 1993 3. 12 – Aaron Murray vs. Vanderbilt, 2012 4. 11 - David Greene vs. Arkansas State, 2001

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - SEASON: 1. 269 - Eric Zeier, 1993 2. 264 - David Greene, 2003 3. 259 - Eric Zeier, 1994 4. 249 - Aaron Murray, 2012 5. 238 - Aaron Murray, 2011 6. 235 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 7. 225 - Aaron Murray, 2013 8. 218 - David Greene, 2002 9. 216 - Quincy Carter, 1999 10. 209 - Aaron Murray, 2010

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - CAREER: 1. 921 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 849 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 838 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 564 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 483 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 6. 445 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 7. 360 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 8. 282 - Hutson Mason, 2010-11, ‘13-14 9. 264 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 10. 252 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48

MOST PASSING YARDS - GAME:

1. 544 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (30x47) (SEC Record) 2. 485 - Eric Zeier vs. S. Carolina, 1994 (31x51) 3. 441 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 (23x54) 4. 427 - Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska, 2013 (18x33) 427 - Aaron Murray vs. Kentucky, 2012 (30x38) 6. 426 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 (34x53) 7. 425 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (31x47) 8. 420 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (36x51) 9. 415 - Mike Bobo vs .Ga. Tech, 1997 (30x39) 425 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 (33x49) 11. 413 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (36x62) 12. 408 - Aaron Murray vs. N. Texas, 2013 (22x30) 13. 407 - Larry Rakestraw vs. Miami, 1963 (25x38) 407 - Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 (24x39)

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MOST PASSING YARDS - SEASON:

1. 3,893 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 3,525 - Eric Zeier, 1993 3. 3,459 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 4. 3,396 - Eric Zeier, 1994 5. 3,307 - David Greene, 2003 6. 3,149 - Aaron Murray, 2011 7. 3,075 - Aaron Murray, 2013 8. 3,049 - Aaron Murray, 2010 9. 2,924 - David Greene, 2002 10. 2,789 - David Greene, 2001

MOST PASSING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 13,166 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 (SEC Rec.) 2. 11,528 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 11,153 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 7,731 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 6,447 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 6. 6,334 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 7. 4,836 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 8. 4,044 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 9. 3,864 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 10. 3,555 - D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - GAME (Min. 20 completions): 1. 96.0% - Greyson Lambert vs. USC (24x25), 2015 (SEC & NCAA records) 2. 86.95% - David Greene vs. Vanderbilt (20x23), 2002

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - GAME (Min. 30 completions):

1. 2.

78.95% - Aaron Murray vs. Kentucky (30x38), 2012 76.92% - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech (30x39), 1997

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON:

1. 67.87% - Hutson Mason, 2014 2. 65.03% - Mike Bobo, 1997 3. 64.84% - Aaron Murray, 2013 4. 64.51% - Aaron Murray, 2012 5. 63.29% - Eric Zeier, 1993 6. 63.28% - Greyson Lambert, 2015 7. 62.20% - Jake Fromm, 2017 8. 61.61% - Hines Ward, 1995 9. 61.36% - Matthew Stafford, 2008 10. 61.11% - Aaron Murray, 2010 12. 60.78% - Fran Tarkenton, 1959 12. 60.69% - Quincy Carter, 1998

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - CAREER (Min. 1400 att.):

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

62.31% - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 59.77% - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 59.17% - Hines Ward, 1994-96 58.96% - David Greene, 2001-04 58.68% - Fran Tarkenton, 1958-60

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - CAREER (Min. 300 att.): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65.00% - Hutson Mason, 2010-11, ‘13-14 58.68% - Fran Tarkenton, 1958-60 58.09% - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 57.14% - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 56.60% - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000

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5. 38 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 6. 35 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 7. 34 - D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 8. 33 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 9. 32 - Buck Belue, 1978-81 10. 30 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42

AVG. GAIN / PASS COMPLETION - CAREER:

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - GAME:

AVG GAIN / PASS ATTEMPT - SEASON:

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

21.95 - Matt Robinson, 1974 18.41 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 18.23 - Dick Young, 1955 17.25 - Charley Britt, 1958 17.06 - Buck Belue, 1980

18.36 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 18.02 - Dick Young, 1954-55 16.05 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 15.62 - Charley Britt, 1957-59 10.88 - Matt Robinson, 1974 10.09 - Aaron Murray, 2012 9.27 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 9.03 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 9.02 - Dick Young, 1955 8.99 - Jake Fromm, 2017 8.99 - Mike Bobo, 1997

AVG. GAIN / PASS ATTEMPT - CAREER:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8.91 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 8.38 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 8.37 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 8.27 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 8.04 - Dick Young, 1954-55

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - GAME:

1. 7.

5 – David Greene vs. LSU, 2004 D.J. Shockley vs. Boise State, 2005 Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 Joe Cox vs. Arkansas, 2009 Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska, 2013 A. Murray vs. New Mexico St. (1st half), 2011 4 by eight players 26 times (recent: Hutson Mason vs. Kentucky 2014)

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - SEASON: 1. 36 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 35 - Aaron Murray, 2011 3. 26 - Aaron Murray, 2013 4. 25 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 5. 24 - Jake Fromm, 2017 24 - Aaron Murray, 2010 24 - Joe Cox, 2009 24 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 24 - Eric Zeier, 1993, 1994 10. 22 - David Greene, 2002

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - CAREER:

1. 2. 3. 4.

121 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 72 - David Greene, 2001-04 67 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 51 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08

1. 2.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 29 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951 (248 atts.) (SEC Record) 2. 23 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1953 3. 20 - Johnny Cook, 1943 4. 16 - Ray Prosperi, 1949 16 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1952 16 - Larry Rakestraw, 1962 16 - Mike Bobo, 1996

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - CAREER:

1. 68 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 (734 atts.) (SEC Record) 2. 42 - Larry Rakestraw, 1961-63 3. 41 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 4. 37 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 5. 33 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08

CONSECUTIVE ATTEMPTS WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION: 1. 2. 4. 5.

214 - David Greene, 2004 176 - David Greene, 2002-03 176 - Eric Zeier, 1993-94 170 - Quincy Carter, 1999 163 - Hutson Mason, 2014

LOWEST INTERCEPTION % - SEASON: (Min. 200 attempts):

1. 0.78% - Greyson Lambert, 2015 (2 in 256 att.) 2. 1.33% - David Greene, 2004 (4 in 299) 3. 1.39% - Eric Zeier, 1991 (4 in 286) 4. 1.44% - Hutson Mason, 2014 (4 in 286) 4. 1.58% - Quincy Carter, 1999 (6 in 380) 5. 1.61% - D.J. Shockley, 2005 (5 in 310) 6. 1.65% - Eric Zeier, 1993 (7 in 425)

LOWEST INTERCEPTION % - CAREER (Min. 600 attempts):

1. 2.22% - David Greene (32 in 1440 atts.), 2001-04 2. 2.64% - Eric Zeier (37 in 1,402), 1991-94 3. 2.77% - Aaron Murray (41 in 1,478), 2010-13 4. 2.93% - Quincy Carter (25 in 853), 1997-00 5. 3.39% - Mike Bobo (26 in 766), 1994-97

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MOST YARDS PASSING BY A FRESHMAN:

8 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Georgia Tech, 1951 (35 atts.) 6 - Johnny Rauch vs. Chattanooga, 1948 6 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Maryland, 1951

Rating Year Player Att-Comp-Int Yards TD Pct. 174.82 2012 Aaron Murray 386-249-10 3,893 36 64.5 160.09 2017 Jake Fromm 291-181-7 2,615 24 62.2 158.82 2013 Aaron Murray 347-225-9 3,075 26 64.8 155.80 1997 Mike Bobo 306-199-8 2,751 19 65.0 277-188-4 2,168 21 67.9 155.74 2014 Hutson Mason 154.48 2010 Aaron Murray 342-209-8 3,049 24 61.1 153.54 2008 Matthew Stafford 383-235-10 3,459 25 61.4 150.07 1974 Matt Robinson 121-60-10 1,317 8 49.6 148.39 2004 David Greene 299-175-4 2,508 20 58.5 148.30 1993 Eric Zeier 425-269-7 3,525 24 63.3 148.26 2005 D.J. Shockley 310-173-5 2,588 24 55.8

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Rating 158.61 151.39 142.86 138.30 137.54 137.13 137.08 133.30 133.04 130.21 127.79

3,049 – Aaron Murray, 2010 2,789 – David Greene, 2001 2,615 – Jake Fromm, 2017 2,484 – Quincy Carter, 1998 2,430 – Jacob Eason, 2016

MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SOPHOMORE: 1. 3,149 - Aaron Murray, 2011 2. 2,924 - David Greene, 2002 3. 2,713 - Quincy Carter, 1999 4. 2,523 - Matthew Stafford, 2007 5. 2,248 - Eric Zeier, 1992

MOST YARDS PASSING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3,893 - Aaron Murray, 2012 3,525 - Eric Zeier, 1993 3,459 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 3,307 - David Greene, 2003 2,440 - Mike Bobo, 1996

MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SENIOR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3,396 - Eric Zeier, 1994 3,075 - Aaron Murray, 2013 2,751 - Mike Bobo, 1997 2,588 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 2,584 - Joe Cox, 2009

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - GAME:

1. 73 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 2 65 - Cory Phillips vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 3. 64 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993 4. 62 - Quincy Carter vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 5. 60 - Jacob Eason vs. Missouri, 2016 6. 59 - Quincy Carter vs. Florida, 1998 7. 58 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 8. 56 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 9. 54 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 10. 52 - Frank Sinkwich vs. Alabama, 1942 52 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - SEASON: 1. 507 - David Greene, 2003 2. 490 - Aaron Murray, 2011 3. 484 - Eric Zeier, 1993 4. 482 - Quincy Carter, 1999 5. 454 - Eric Zeier, 1994 6. 445 - Aaron Murray, 2012 7. 444 - David Greene, 2002 8. 438 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 9. 429 - Aaron Murray, 2010 10. 403 - Jacob Eason, 2016

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING - CAREER

Player (UGA Yrs.) Att-Comp Yards TD INT Aaron Murray (10-13) 1478-921 13,166 121 41 Hutson Mason (10-11, 13-14) 434-282 3,492 29 7 D.J. Shockley (02-05) 443-240 3,555 34 9 David Greene (01-04) 1440-849 11,528 72 32 Joe Cox (06-09) 389-218 3,016 29 16 Mike Bobo (94-97) 766-445 6,334 38 26 Eric Zeier (91-94) 1402-838 11,153 67 37 Matthew Stafford (06-08) 987-564 7,731 51 33 Johnny Rauch (45-48) 483-252 4,044 33 29 Buck Belue (78-81) 484-264 3,864 32 32 Quincy Carter (98-00) 853-483 6,447 35 25

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9. 423 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (425 passing, -2 rushing) 10. 421 - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech, 1997 (415 passing, 6 rushing)

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - CAREER:

1. 1,764 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 (1,478 pass, 286 rush) 2. 1,644 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 1,560 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 1,128 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 1,104 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 6. 995 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 7. 858 - Mike Bobo, 1994-1997 8. 814 - Larry Rakestraw, 1961-63 9. 799 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 10. 772 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42

TOTAL OFFENSE - SEASON:

1. 3,825 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 3,499 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 3. 3,482 - Eric Zeier, 1993 4. 3,457 - Eric Zeier, 1994 5. 3,261 - Aaron Murray, 2013 6. 3,260 - Aaron Murray, 2011 7. 3,216 - Aaron Murray, 2010 8. 3,127 - David Greene, 2003 9. 2,968 - Quincy Carter, 1999 10. 2,910 - D.J. Shockley, 2005

AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - GAME (Minimum 10 plays):

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

16.40 - Eric Zeier vs. NE Louisiana, 1994 (8x10 for 164 [p]) 16.30 - Willie McClendon vs. Florida, 1977 (10x163 [r]) 15.72 - Ray Goff vs. Ole Miss, 1976 (4x4 for 104 [p]; 7x69 [r]) 14.80 - Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma, 2018 (11x181[r]; 4x41 [rec]) 13.77 - Eric Zeier vs. Texas Tech, 1993 (13x19 for 317 [p]; 3x-14 [r]) 13.31 - Dick Young vs. Auburn, 1955 (7x11 for 186 [p]; 2x-13 [r]}

TOTAL OFFENSE - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - SEASON:

TD RESPONSIBILITY - GAME:

1. 8.60 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 8.15 - Aaron Murray, 2013 3. 8.12 - Nick Chubb, 2015 4. 8.02 - Sony Michel, 2017 5. 7.99 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 6. 7.94 - Charley Trippi, 1942 7. 7.79 - Jake Fromm, 2017 8. 7.75 - Mike Bobo, 1997 7.75 - Todd Gurley, 2014 10. 7.63 - David Greene, 2001

1. 6 – D.J. Shockley vs. Boise State, 2005 (5 passing, 1 rushing) 2. 5 - Frank Sinkwich vs. Cincinnati, 1942 (3 rushing, 2 passing); Ray Goff vs. Florida, 1976 (3 rushing, 2 passing); Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 (4 rushing, 1 receiving); David Greene vs. LSU, 2004 (5 pasing); Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008 (5 passing); Joe Cox vs. Arkansas, 2009 (5 passing); Washaun Ealey vs. Kentucky, 2010 (5 rushing); Aaron Murray vs. New Mexico State, 2011 (5 passing); vs. Nebraska, 2013 (5 passing); LSU, 2013 (4 passing, 1 rushing)

AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - CAREER:

1. 7.69 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 7.52 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 1945-46* 3. 7.38 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 4. 7.14 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 5. 7.08 - Joe Cox, 2006-09 6. 7.04 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 7. 7.03 – D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 8. 6.95 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 9. 6.87 - Hutson Mason, 2010-11, ‘13-14 10. 6.86 - David Greene, 2001-04

TD RESPONSIBILITY - SEASON:

*Career stats for Charley Trippi include partial 1945 season in which Trippi joined the team in mid-season after being released from the armed forces.

TOTAL OFFENSE - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

527 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (544 passing, -17 rushing) 494 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 (485 passing, 9 rushing) 452 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 (415 passing, 37 rushing) 451 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 (441 passing, 10 rushing) 445 - Aaron Murray vs. North Texas, 2013 (408 passing, 37 rushing) 432 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (420 passing, 12 rushing) 430 - Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska, 2013 (427 passing, 3 rushing) 424 - Eric Zeier vs. Tennessee, 1994 (401 passing, 23 rushing)

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13,562 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 (SEC Record) 11,270 - David Greene, 2001-04 10,841- Eric Zeier, 1991-94 7,944 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 7,053 - Quincy Carter, 1998-200 6,054 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 4,824 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 4,775 - James Jackson, 1984-87 4,769 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17

1. 39 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 37 - Aaron Murray, 2011 3. 33 - Aaron Murray, 2013 4. 28 - Aaron Murray, 2010 28 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 6. 27 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942 27 - Jake Fromm, 2017 8. 26 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 9. 25 - Eric Zeier, 1993 25 - Eric Zeier, 1994 25 - Hutson Mason, 2014 12. 24 - Joe Cox, 2009 24 - David Greene, 2002

TD RESPONSIBILITY - CAREER:

1. 137 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 (SEC Record) 2. 77 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 71 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 60 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 5. 57 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 6. 52 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 7. 46 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 46 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46 9. 45 - Johnny Rauch, 1946-48 10. 44 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14

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ANNUAL TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Year Player 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Jake Fromm Jacob Eason Greyson Lambert Hutson Mason Aaron Murray Aaron Murray Aaron Murray Aaron Murray Joe Cox Matthew Stafford Matthew Stafford Matthew Stafford D.J. Shockley David Greene David Greene David Greene David Greene Quincy Carter Quincy Carter Quincy Carter Mike Bobo Mike Bobo Hines Ward Eric Zeier Eric Zeier Eric Zeier Eric Zeier Greg Talley Greg Talley Tim Worley James Jackson James Jackson James Jackson Todd Williams John Lastinger Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Buck Belue W. McClendon Kevin McLee Kevin McLee Glynn Harrison Glynn Harrison Andy Johnson James Ray Andy Johnson Paul Gilbert Mike Cavan Mike Cavan Kirby Moore Ronnie Jenkins Kirby Moore Lynn Hughes Larry Rakestraw Larry Rakestraw Larry Rakestraw Fran Tarkenton Fran Tarkenton Theron Sapp Theron Sapp Carl Manning Dick Young Bobby Garrard Zeke Bratkowski Zeke Bratkowski Zeke Bratkowski Billy Mixon

Plays Yards 346 403 285 320 400 445 490 429 362 438 387 303 388 322 507 444 371 233 482 389 346 387 182 454 484 295 327 159 247 194 245 289 207 188 220 335 399 281 184 291 183 220 131 159 178 111 207 91 148 218 170 174 106 96 205 193 151 184 114 115 137 91 85 93 138 281 137 138

2,694 2,385 1,920 2,171 3,261 3,825 3,260 3,216 2,556 3,499 2,505 1,940 2,910 2,441 3,127 2,872 2,830 1,317 2,968 2,768 2,681 2,239 1,120 3,457 3,482 2,117 1,785 844 1,330 1,252 1,545 1,885 1,148 783 1,126 1,752 1,891 1,616 934 1,339 1,047 1,074 894 1,132 1,008 875 1,211 703 999 1,710 1,206 704 662 566 1,467 1,357 841 1,274 797 642 599 403 719 442 1,416 1,804 1,634 744

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1. 15 - Shannon Mitchell vs. Florida, 1993 (140 yds) 2. 13 - Michael Johnson vs. Auburn, 2002 (141 yds) 3. 12 - Randy McMichael vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (156 yds) 4. 11 - Damien Gary vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (126 yds) 11 - Mohamed Massaquoi vs. UK, 2008 (191 yds) 6. 10 - Charley Whittemore vs. Kentucky, 1970 (175 yds) 10 - Brice Hunter vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (179 yds) 10 - Brice Hunter vs. Auburn, 1993 (84 yds) 10 - Hason Graham vs. Auburn, 1993 (175 yds) 10 - Hason Graham vs. Kentucky, 1994 (157 yds) 10 - Terrence Edwards vs. Utah State, 1999 (196 yds) 10 - Todd Gurley vs. Auburn, 2013 (77 yds) 10 - Isaiah McKenzie vs. Missouri, 2016 (122 yds)

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

76 - Brice Hunter, 1993 59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 58 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2015 57 - A.J. Green, 2010 56 - A.J. Green, 2008 55 - Hines Ward, 1997 53 - Terrence Edwards, 1999 53 - Terrence Edwards, 2000 53 - Reggie Brown, 2004 53 - A.J. Green, 2009

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 204 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 182 - Brice Hunter, 1992-95 3. 174 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2011-15 4. 166 - A.J. Green, 2008-10 5. 161 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 6. 158 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 7. 144 - Hines Ward, 1994-97 144 - Reggie Brown, 2000-04 9. 136 - Tavarres King, 2008-12 10. 134 - Michael Bennett, 2011-14

YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - GAME:

1. 205 - Tavarres King vs. Mich. State, 2012 2. 201 - Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky, 2001 3. 198 - Lamar Davis vs. Cincinnati, 1942 4. 196 - Terrence Edwards vs. Utah State, 1999 5. 192 - Pat Hodgson vs. Miami, 1963 6. 191 - Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Kentucky, 2008 7. 188 - Hason Graham vs. S. Carolina, 1994 188 - Tavarres King vs. Kentucky, 2012 9. 184 - Hines Ward vs. Miss. State, 1996 10. 180 - Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Ga. Tech, 2008

YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - SEASON: 1. 1,004 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 970 - Brice Hunter, 1993 3. 963 - A.J. Green, 2008 4. 950 - Tavarres King, 2012 5. 920 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 6. 900 - Hines Ward, 1996 7. 881 - Hason Graham, 1994 8. 865 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2015 9. 860 - Andre Hastings, 1992 860 - Reggie Brown, 2004 11. 848 - A.J. Green, 2010

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YARDS GAINED RECEIVING - CAREER: 1. 3,093 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 2,884 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 3. 2,619 - A.J. Green, 2008-10 4. 2,602 - Tavarres King, 2008-12 5. 2,373 - Brice Hunter, 1992-95 6. 2,350 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2011-15 7. 2,282 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 8. 2,098 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 9. 2,008 - Reggie Brown, 2000-04 10. 1,975 - Juan Daniels, 1993-96

AVG. GAIN PER REC. - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4.

28.5 - Lamar Davis, 1942 26.4 - Rex Putnal, 1972 23.5 - Gene Washington, 1976 23.4 - Reggie Davis, 2013 23.4 - Fred Gibson, 2001

AVG. GAIN PER REC. - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

24.6 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 20.7 - Bobby Walston, 1947-50 20.5 - Rex Putnal, 1970-72 19.9 - Cassius Osborn, 1984-87 19.3 - Hason Graham, 1992-94

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 3 – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Ga. Tech, 2008; Terrence Edwards vs. Kentucky, 2002; Don Potterfield vs. Auburn, 1962; George Poschner vs. Florida, 1942 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 2.

11 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 9 - A.J. Green, 2010; Terrence Edwards, 1999; Brice Hunter, 1993; Hason Graham, 1994; Tavarres King, 2012

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

30 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 23 - A.J. Green, 2008-10 21 - Tavarres King, 2008-12 20 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 20 - Chris Conley, 2011-14 19 - Brice Hunter, 1992-94 17 - Michael Bennett, 2011-14 16 - Hason Graham, 1992-94 16 - Juan Daniels, 1993-96 16 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 16 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2011-15

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 2. 3. 4.

56 - A.J. Green, 2008 53 - Terrence Edwards, 1999 45 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2011 38 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A SOPHOMORE: 1. 76 - Brice Hunter, 1993 2. 53 - Terrence Edwards, 2000 53 - A.J. Green, 2009

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A JUNIOR: 1. 2. 3.

59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 57 - A.J. Green, 2010 52 - Andre Hastings, 1992 52 - Hines Ward, 1996

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A SENIOR: 1. 2. 4.

59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 58 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2015 55 - Hines Ward, 1997

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Rec Yds TD

2017 Javon Wims 45 720 7 2016 Isaiah McKenzie 44 633 7 2015 Malcolm Mitchell 58 865 5 2014 Michael Bennett 37 404 4 2013 Chris Conley 45 651 4 2012 Tavarres King 42 950 9 2011 Tavarres King 47 705 8 2010 A.J. Green 57 848 9 2009 A.J. Green 53 808 6 2008 Mohamed Massaquoi 58 920 8 2007 Sean Bailey 39 615 5 2006 Martrez Milner 30 425 3 2005 Leonard Pope 39 541 4 2004 Reggie Brown 53 860 6 2003 Reggie Brown 49 662 3 2002 Terrence Edwards 59 1,004 11 2001 Terrence Edwards 39 613 6 2000 Terrence Edwards 53 704 4 1999 Terrence Edwards 53 772 9 1998 Tony Small 48 675 3 1997 Hines Ward 55 715 6 1996 Hines Ward 52 900 4 1995 Juan Daniels 46 726 5 1994 Brice Hunter 59 799 7 1993 Brice Hunter 76 970 9 1992 Andre Hastings 52 860 5 1991 Andre Hastings 48 683 5 1990 Sean Hummings 25 376 1 1989 Kirk Warner 30 404 1 1988 John Thomas 23 354 3 1987 John Thomas 25 391 1 1986 Lars Tate 22 214 1 1985 Herman Archie 10 116 0 1984 Scott Williams 19 204 1 1983 Herman Archie 31 355 2 1982 Clarence Kay 12 175 2 1981 Lindsay Scott 42 728 6 1980 Amp Arnold 20 357 4 1979 Lindsay Scott 34 512 1 1978 Lindsay Scott 36 484 2 1977 Jesse Murray 13 216 0 1976 Gene Washington 20 469 4 1975 Richard Appleby 13 221 1 1974 Richard Appleby 23 510 3 1973 Richard Appleby 12 171 2 1972 Bob Burns 23 389 0 1971 Lynn Hunnicutt 14 141 0 1970 Charles Whittemore 46 620 5 1969 Charles Whittemore 28 452 4 1968 Charles Whittemore 40 608 2 1967 Dennis Hughes 18 356 3 1966 Billy Payne 12 144 1 1965 Pat Hodgson 26 312 3 1964 Leon Armbrester 7 104 0 1963 Pat Hodgson 24 375 2 1962 Mickey Babb 20 354 1 1961 Bill McKenny 23 202 1 1960 Fred Brown 31 275 3 1959 Bobby Towns 18 263 2 1958 Norman King 8 138 1 1957 James Orr 16 237 2 1956 Roy Wilkins 9 116 0 1955 James Orr 24 443 3 1954 Roy Wilkins 6 70 0 1953 Johnny Carson 45 663 4 1952 Johnny Carson 32 467 2 1951 Harry Babcock 41 666 2 1950 Zippy Morocco 13 206 1

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293 - Todd Gurley vs. Clemson, 2014 (198 rush, -5 rec., 100 KO ret.) 290 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 (227 rush, 28 rec., 35 KO ret.) 285 - Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky, 2001 (201 rec., 84 KO ret.) 285 - Todd Gurley vs. Tennessee, 2014 (208 rush, 30 rec., 47 KO ret.) 283 - Herschel Walker vs.Vanderbilt, 1980 (283 rush, 0 rec., 0 ret.) 279 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (192 rush, 55 rec., 32 KO ret.) 270 - Herschel Walker vs. Ga. Tech, 1980 (212 rush, 31 rec., 27 KO ret.) 270 - Garrison Hearst vs. Vanderbilt, 1992 (246 rush, 2 rec., 22 KO ret.) 270 - Andre Hastings vs. Tennessee, 1992 (150 rec., 85 PR, 34 KO ret.) 266 - Nick Chubb vs. Louisville, 2014 (266 rush, 0 rec., 0 ret.)

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2,067 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,891 rush, 84 rec., 92 KO ret.) 1,910 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (1,547 rush, 324 rec., 39 KO ret.) 1,877 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (1,752 rush, 89 rec., 36 KO ret.) 1,822 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (1,400 rush, 393 rec., 30 PR ret.) 1,805 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (1,616 rush 70 rec., 119 KO ret.)

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.) 5,130 - Nick Chubb 2014-17 (4,769 rush, 361 rec.) 4,330 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 (3,638 rush, 621 rec., 71 KO ret.) 4,322 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 (3,285 rush, 615 rec., 422 KO ret.) 3,870 - Hines Ward, 1994-97 (1,063 rush, 842 ret.) 3,834 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 (3,232 rush, 546 rec., 39 KO ret.) 3,755 - Nick Chubb, 2014 - (3,424 rush, 331 rec.) 3,750 – Thomas Brown, 2004-07 (2,646 rush, 373 rec., 731 ret.) 3,582 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 (2,668 rush, 438 rec., 476 KO ret.) 3,536 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 (24 rush, 3,093 rec., 419 ret.)

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YDS. (3 YEARS): 1. 5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.)

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MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME: 1. 3.

30 - Washaun Ealey vs UK, 2010 (5TDs) 30 - Robert Edwards vs. S.C, 1995 (5TDs) 24 - 11 times by 10 players, most recently Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma, 2018 (4 TDs)

MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

131 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (SEC Record) 130 - Billy Bennett, 2002 126 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 123 - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 120 - Herschel Walker, 1981 115 - Marshall Morgan, 2014 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 113 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 109 - Blair Walsh, 2011 108 - Tim Worley, 1988 108 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 108 - Todd Gurley, 2012

MOST POINTS SCORED - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

412 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 409 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 407 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 314 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 288 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 273 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 269 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 234 - Sony Michel, 2014-17

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - GAME: 1. 2.

5 - Washaun Ealey vs. UK, 2010 5 - Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 4 - Johnny Cook vs. VMI 1943 Rabbit Smith vs. Kentucky, 1945 Herschel Walker vs. Temple, Fla, Ga Tech, 1981 Lars Tate vs. Richmond, 1986 & Ore. St., 1987 Tim Worley vs. Mississippi State, 1988 Garrison Hearst vs. CSU-Fullerton, 1992 Robert Edwards vs. Florida, 1997 Todd Gurley vs. Ga. Tech, 2013 Todd Gurley vs. Clemson, 2014 Sony Michel vs. Oklahoma, 2018

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 6. 9.

21 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 20 - Herschel Walker, 1981 18 - Todd Gurley, 2012 18 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 18 - Tim Worley, 1988 17 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942 17 - Herschel Walker, 1982 17 - Lars Tate, 1986 17 - Sony Michel, 2017 16 - Todd Gurley, 2013 16 - Nick Chubb, 2013

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - CAREER:

1. 1,034 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994 rush, 26 rec., 14 KO ret.)

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MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - GAME: 1. 53 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (47 rush, 4 rec., 2 KO ret.)

MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - SEASON:

1. 405 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (385 rush, 14 rec., 6 KO ret.)

MOST ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS - CAREER:

52 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 48 - Nick Chubb, 2014-17 44 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14 39 - Sony Michel, 2014-17 37 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 35 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 32 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46* 32 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 30 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 30 - Robert Edwards, 1994-97 30 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002

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2017 Rodrigo Blankenship 2016 Rodrigo Blankenship 2015 Marshall Morgan 2014 Marshall Morgan 2013 Marshall Morgan 2012 Todd Gurley 2011 Blair Walsh 2010 Blair Walsh 2009 Blair Walsh 2008 Knowshon Moreno 2007 Brandon Coutu 2006 B. Southernland 2005 Brandon Coutu 2004 Andy Bailey 2003 Billy Bennett 2002 Billy Bennett 2001 Billy Bennett 2000 Billy Bennett 1999 Hap Hines 1998 Olandis Gary 1997 Robert Edwards 1996 Robert Edwards 1995 Kanon Parkman 1994 Kanon Parkman 1993 Kanon Parkman 1992 Garrison Hearst 1991 Garrison Hearst 1990 John Kasay 1989 John Kasay 1988 Tim Worley 1987 Lars Tate 1986 Lars Tate 1985 Steve Crumley 1984 Kevin Butler 1983 Kevin Butler 1982 Herschel Walker 1981 Herschel Walker 1980 Herschel Walker 1979 Rex Robinson 1978 Willie McClendon 1977 Rex Robinson 1976 Allan Leavitt 1975 Kevin McLee 1974 Horace King 1973 Allan Leavitt 1972 Jimmy Poulos 1971 Andy Johnson 1970 Kim Braswell 1969 Jim McCullough 1968 Jim McCullough 1967 Jim McCullough 1966 Bobby Etter 1965 Bobby Etter 1964 Preston Ridlehuber 1963 Bill McCullough 1962 Don Porterfield 1961 Durward Pennington 1960 Durward Pennington 1959 Durward Pennington 1958 Fred Brown 1957 Theron Sapp 1956 George Whitton 1955 Bobby Garrard 1954 Bob Clemens 1953 Bob Clemens 1952 Bobby Dellinger 1951 Zippy Morocco 1950 Mal Cook * 2-point conversion

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individual records KICKING MOST PATs MADE - GAME:

1. 10 - George Jernigan vs. Furman, 1946 10 - Kanon Parkman vs. NE La., 1994

MOST PATs MADE - SEASON: 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

67 - Marshall Morgan, 2014 63 - Marshall Morgan, 2012 63 - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 50 - Blair Walsh, 2008 49 - Brandon Coutu, 2007 47 - George Jernigan, 1946 47 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 46 - Blair Walsh, 2011 46 - Blair Walsh, 2010

MOST PATs MADE - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11.

215 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 (SEC Rec.) 184 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 148 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 125 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 122 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 117 - Hap Hines, 1996-1999 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 101 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 99 - Leo Costa, 1940-42 99 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 84 - Jim McCullough, 1967-69

MOST PATs ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

68 - Marshall Morgan, 2014 67 - Marshall Morgan, 2012 63 - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 54 - Leo Costa, 1942 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 52 - George Jernigan, 1946

MOST PATs ATTEMPTED - CAREER: 1. 220 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 (SEC Rec.) 2. 185 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 3. 151 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 4. 129 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 5. 125 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 PAT PERCENTAGE - SEASON:

1. 100% - 23 times, most recently Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 (63x63) Most Atts. Blankenship 2017 (63x63)

PAT PERCENTAGE - CAREER:

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

31 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (NCAA, SEC Record) 26 - Billy Bennett, 2002 23 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 23 - Kevin Butler, 1984 22 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 21 - Blair Walsh, 2011 20 - Blair Walsh, 2010 20 - Blair Walsh, 2009 20 - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 19 - Kevin Butler, 1981 (tied NCAA record for freshmen) 19 - John Kasay, 1989 19 - John Kasay, 1990 19 - Kanon Parkman, 1993

FIELD GOALS MADE - CAREER:

1. 87 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA, SEC Rec.) 2. 77 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 3. 76 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 4. 64 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 5. 61 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 6. 56 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 7. 49 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 8. 46 - Steve Crumley, 1985-88 9. 43 - John Kasay, 1987-90 10. 35 - Hap Hines, 1996-99 11. 28 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - GAME:

1. 6 - Rex Robinson vs. Ga. Tech, 1979 (3x6) Kanon Parkman vs. Florida, 1993 (4x6) Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (6x6) Blair Walsh vs. Vanderbilt, 2011 (4x6)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 38 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (NCAA, SEC Rec.) 2. 35 - Blair Walsh, 2011 3. 33 - Billy Bennett, 2002 4. 30 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 5. 28 - Kevin Butler, 1984 6. 27 - Kanon Parkman, 1993 7. 26 - Kevin Butler, 1981 8. 25 - Rex Robinson, 1979 25 - Billy Bennett, 2001 25 - Marshall Morgan, 2015 11. 24 - Marshall Morgan, 2013

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - CAREER:

1. 100.0% - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 (114x114) 2. 99.5% - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 (184x185) 3. 99.0% - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 (101x102) 4. 98.0% - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (148x151) 5. 97.7% - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 (215x220) 6. 97.6% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (122x125) 7. 97.4% - Todd Peterson, 1991-92 (75x77) 8. 97.1% - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 (99x102) 9. 96.9% - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 (125x129) 10. 96.3% - John Kasay, 1987-90 (79x82)

1. 110 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (SEC Record) 2. 105 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 3. 98 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 85 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 5. 84 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 84 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 7. 66 - Steve Crumley, 1985-88 66 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 9. 62 - John Kasay, 1987-90 10. 54 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76

MOST CONSECUTIVE PATs: CAREER:

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4.

119 - Blair Walsh, 2008-10 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 113 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 101 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80

FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME: 1. 2.

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6 - Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 4 - 17 times by 10 players, most recently by Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Missouri, 2017

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1. 92.86% - Billy Bennett, 2000 (13x14) 2. 91.67% - Marshall Morgan, 2013 3. 90.90% - Blair Walsh, 2009 90.90% - Brandon Coutu, 2006 5. 88.24% - Rex Robinson, 1978 6. 86.96% - Blair Walsh, 2010 86.96% - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 7. 82.35% - Steve Crumley, 1987 8. 82.14% - Kevin Butler, 1984 9. 81.60% - Billy Bennett, 2003 10. 81.25% - Todd Peterson, 1992

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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - CAREER: 1. 80.30% - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 2. 79.10% - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 78.50% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 76.19% - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 5. 73.79% - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 6. 71.76% - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 7. 71.43% - Bobby Etter, 1964-66 8. 70.00% - Hap Hines, 1996-99 70.00% - Steve Crumley, 1985-88 10. 69.40% - John Kasay, 1987-90

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 1. 2.

20 - Marshall Morgan, 2013-2014 (SEC Record) 14 - Billy Bennett, 2000-01 14 - Kevin Butler, 1983

MOST POINTS KICKING - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4.

19 – Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech, 2001 (6 FGs, 1 PAT) 17 - Rodrigo Blankenship vs. Missouri, 2017 (4 FGs, 5 PATs) 16 - Kanon Parkman vs. Clemson, 1994 (4 FGs, 4 PATs) 15 - Blair Walsh vs. Vanderbilt, 2011 (4 FGs, 3 PATs) 15 - Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech, 2002 (3 FGs, 6 PATs) 15 - Kevin Butler vs. Vanderbilt, 1981 (3 FGs, 6 PATs)

MOST POINTS KICKING - SEASON:

1. 131 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (31 FGs, 38 PATs) 2. 130 - Billy Bennett, 2002 (26 FGs, 52 PATs) 3. 123 - Rodrigo Blankenship, 2017 (20 FGs, 63 PATs) 4. 115 - Marshall Morgan, 2014 (16 FGs, 67 PATs) 5. 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 (23 FGs, 45 PATs) 6. 113 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 (22 FGs, 47 PATs) 7. 109 - Blair Walsh, 2011 (21 FGs, 46 PATs) 8. 106 - Blair Walsh, 2010 (20 FGs, 46 PATs) 9. 103 - Brandon Coutu, 2007 (18 FGs, 49 PATs) 10. 102 - Blair Walsh, 2009 (20 FGs, 42 PATs)

MOST POINTS KICKING - CAREER: 1. 412 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 (76 FGs, 184 PATs) (SEC Record) 2. 409 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (87 FGs, 148 PATs) 3. 407 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 (64 FGs, 215 PATs) 4. 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (77 FGs, 122 PATs) 5. 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 (59 FGs, 99 PATs) 6. 273 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 (53 FGs, 114 PATs) 7. 269 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 (56 FGs, 101 PATs) 8. 223 - Hap Hines, 1996-99 (35 FGs, 118 PATs) 9. 218 - Steve Crumley, 1985-88 (46 FGs, 80 PATs) 10. 209 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 (28 FGs, 125 PATs)

MOST GAMES KICKING AT LEAST ONE FIELD GOAL - CAREER: 1. 45 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 (NCAA Record) 2. 43 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 42 - Marshall Morgan, 2012-15 4. 38 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84

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ANNUAL PUNTING LEADERS Year Player 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Cameron Nizialek Marshall Long Brice Ramsey Collin Barber Collin Barber Collin Barber Drew Butler Drew Butler Drew Butler Brian Mimbs Brian Mimbs Gordon Ely-Kelso Gordon Ely-Kelso Gordon Ely-Kelso Gordon Ely-Kelso Jonathan Kilgo Jonathan Kilgo Jonathan Kilgo Jonathan Kilgo Wynn Kopp Dax Langley Dax Langley Dax Langley Dax Langley Scot Armstrong Scot Armstrong Scot Armstrong Scot Armstrong Joey Hester Joey Hester Joey Hester Cris Carpenter Cris Carpenter Chip Andrews Chip Andrews Jim Broadway Jim Broadway Mark Malkiewicz Mike Garrett Mike Garrett Mike Garrett Bucky Dilts Bucky Dilts Bucky Dilts Don Golden Don Golden Jimmy Shirer Jimmy Shirer Spike Jones Spike Jones Spike Jones Kirby Moore Kirby Moore Mack Faircloth Mack Faircloth Jake Saye Jake Saye Bobby Walden Bobby Walden Bobby Walden Jimmy Orr Jimmy Orr Joe Comfort Knox Culpepper Zeke Bratkowski Zeke Bratkowski Zeke Bratkowski Pat Field

No./Yds Avg. 61/2,744 49/1,897 25/1,048 34/1,336 29/1,279 60/2,488 58/2,566 50/2,225 56/2,691 47/2,068 57/2,414 51/2,007 57/2,443 53/2,119 66/2,571 64/2,708 42/1,838 58/2,450 17/688 45/1,638 39/1,514 54/2,141 45/1,778 40/1,561 37/1,419 49/1,897 40/1,676 62/2,381 65/2,559 49/1,922 31/1,141 41/1,808 53/2,212 63/2,858 46/1,848 57/2,305 44/1,810 26/979 61/2,467 48/1,878 64/2,402 49/1,931 47/1,820 36/1,334 71/2,906 80/3,092 55/2,104 49/1,915 71/3,092 57/2,351 66/2,600 27/1,008 45/1,716 64/2,513 51/1,946 61/2,382 59/2,243 38/1,657 55/2,219 44/1,991 41/1,531 19/779 1/45 2/84 50/2,132 63/2,412 57/2,224 63/2,495

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45.0 38.7 41.9 39.3 44.1 41.5 44.2 44.5 48.1 44.0 42.4 39.4 42.9 39.9 39.0 42.3 43.8 42.2 40.5 36.4 38.8 39.7 39.5 39.0 38.4 38.7 41.9 38.4 39.4 39.2 36.8 44.1 41.7 45.4 40.2 40.4 41.1 37.7 40.4 39.1 37.5 39.4 38.7 37.1 40.9 38.7 38.3 39.1 43.5 41.2 39.3 37.3 38.1 39.3 38.2 39.0 38.0 43.6 40.3 45.3 37.3 41.0 45.0 42.0 42.6 38.3 39.0 39.6

MOST GAMES KICKING TWO FIELD GOALS - CAREER:

1. 27 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (NCAA Rec.) 27 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (NCAA Rec.) 3. 23 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11

MOST FIELD GOALS OVER 50 YARDS - CAREER: 1. 11 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 2. 10 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 3. 6 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 6 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 6 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07

HIGHEST PCT. OF FIELD GOALS MADE 50 YARDS OR MORE- CAREER (Min. 20 atts.): 1. 52.4% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (11x21)

LONGEST FIELD GOAL:

1. 60 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Clemson, 1984 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 59 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Ole Miss, 1982 3. 58 yards – Brandon Coutu vs. La.-Monroe, 2005 (SEC Record without a tee) 58 yards - Allan Leavitt vs. Vanderbilt, 1976 5. 57 yards - Rex Robinson vs. S. Carolina, 1980 57 yards - Rex Robinson vs. Ga. Tech, 1980 57 yards - Kevin Butler vs. Ga. Tech, 1984

PUNTING MOST PUNTS - GAME: 1. 2. 3.

14 - Bill Hartman vs. Auburn, 1937 12 - Spike Jones vs. Auburn, 1969 11 - Mack Faircloth vs. Vanderbilt 1963 11 - Spike Jones vs. Houston, 1967 11 - Bucky Dilts vs. Ole Miss, 1976

MOST PUNTS - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8.

80 - Don Golden, 1972 78 - Patrick Field, 1949 71 - Don Golden 1973 71 - Spike Jones, 1969 66 - Spike Jones, 1967 66 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003 65 - Joey Hester, 1989 64 - Jonathan Kilgo, 2002 64 - Mike Garrett, 1977 64 - Mack Faircloth, 1964

MOST PUNTS - CAREER:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

224 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 194 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 188 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93 181 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 178 - Dax Langley, 1994-97 173 - Mike Garrett, 1977-79 170 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 167 - Drew Butler, 2008-11 164 - Collin Barber, 2012-15 153 - Don Golden, 1971-73

PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME:

1. 2. 3.

63.0 - Bobby Walden vs. Texas, 1958 (3 for 189 yards) 57.0 - Drew Butler vs. Okla. State, 2009 (6 for 342 yards) 55.2 - Drew Butler vs. Ole Miss, 2011 (4 for 221 yards)

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55.2 - Drew Butler vs. Arkansas, 2009 (4 for 221 yards) 52.5 - Drew Butler vs. Florida, 2009 (4 for 210 yards) 52.2 - Brian Mimbs vs. S. Carolina, 2008 (5 for 261 yards) 51.6 - Drew Butler vs. LSU, 2011 (8 for 413 yards) 51.5 - Gordon Ely-Kelso vs. Florida, 2004 (4 for 206 yards) 50.7 - Drew Butler vs. Kentucky, 2010 (3 for 152 yards) 50.4 - Brian Mimbs vs. LSU, 2008 (5 for 252 yards)

PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

48.1 - Drew Butler, 2009 45.4 - Chip Andrews, 1984 45.3 - Bobby Walden, 1958 45.0 - Cameron Nizialek, 2017 44.5 - Drew Butler, 2010 44.2 - Drew Butler, 2011 44.1 - Cris Carpenter, 1986 44.1 - Collin Barber, 2013 44.0 - Brian Mimbs, 2008 43.8 - Jonathan Kilgo, 2001

PUNTING AVERAGE - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

45.4 - Drew Butler, 2008-11 (7,589/167) 43.2 - Chip Andrews, 1983-84 43.1 - Brian Mimbs, 2005-08 42.8 - Bobby Walden, 1958-60 42.8 - Cris Carpenter, 1985-86 42.5 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 41.5 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 41.1 - Collin Barber, 2012-15 40.2 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 39.9 - Jim Broadway, 1980-81

NET PUNTING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

42.6 - Collin Barber, 2013 42.0 - Cameron Nizialek, 2017 41.9 - Drew Butler, 2009 41.6 - Chip Andrews, 1984 40.9 - Cris Carpenter, 1986 40.6 - Drew Butler, 2010 40.6 - Brice Ramsey, 2015

NET PUNTING - CAREER:

1. 40.2 - Chip Andrews, 1983-84 2. 40.0 - Cris Carpenter, 1985-86 3. 39.3 - Drew Butler, 2008-11

PUNTING YARDS - SEASON: 1. 3. 4. 5.

3,092 - Spike Jones, 1968 3,092 - Don Golden, 1972 2,906 - Don Golden, 1973 2,893 - Patrick Field, 1949 2,858 - Chip Andrews, 1984

PUNTING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9,003 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 8,043 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 7,684 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 7,589 - Drew Butler, 2008-11 7,373 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93 6,993 - Dax Langley, 1994-97 6,768 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 6,747 - Mike Garrett, 1977-79 6,740 - Collin Barber, 2012-15 6,085 - Don Golden, 1971-73

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INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 5.

3 - Joe Jackura vs. Alabama, 1948 3 - Jeff Hipp vs. Georgia Tech, 1979 3 - Terry Hoage vs. Vanderbilt, 1982 3 - Tra Battle vs. Auburn, 2006 2 - Jake Scott vs. Kentucky, 1968 (both for TDs, ties NCAA Record) 2 - Darryl Gamble vs. LSU, 2008 (both for TDs, tied NCAA Record for LB) 2 - Bacarri Rambo vs. Ole Miss, 2011 2 - Sanders Commings vs. Tennessee, 2012 2 - Damian Swann vs. Nebraska, 2013 2 - Quincy Mauger vs. Missouri, 2014 2 - Dominick Sanders vs. Louisville, 2014 2 - Dominick Sanders vs. Kentucky, 2015 2 - Quincy Mauger vs. Missouri, 2016

INTERCEPTIONS (RET. YDS) -SEASON: 1. 2. 4. 5.

12 (51) - Terry Hoage, 1982 (SEC Record) 10 (175) - Jake Scott, 1968 10 (54) - Ben Smith, 1989 9 (49) - Jeff Sanchez, 1982 8 (189) - Eli Maricich, 1948 8 (104) - Jeff Hipp, 1980 8 (157) - Bacarri Rambo, 2011

INTERCEPTION RET. YDS. - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

205 - Dominick Sanders (6), 2015 189 - Eli Maricich (8), 1948 175 - Jake Scott (10), 1968 157 - Bacarri Rambo (8), 2011 154 - Carlos Yancy (6), 1994 154 - Tra Battle (6), 2006

INTERCEPTIONS (RET. YDS) - CAREER: 1. 4. 6.

16 (381) - Dominick Sanders, 2014-17 16 (315) - Jake Scott, 1967-68 16 (293) - Bacarri Rambo, 2009-12 14 (121) - Jeff Hipp, 1979-80 14 (54) - Terry Hoage, 1981-83 13 (303) - Scott Woerner, 1978-80 13 (117) - Jeff Sanchez, 1982, 1984 13 (62) - Ben Smith, 1987-89 13 (74) - Kirby Smart, 1995-98

INTERCEPTION RET. YDS. - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

381 - Dominick Sanders (16), 2014-17 315 - Jake Scott (16), 1967-68 303 - Scott Woerner (13), 1977-80 293 - Bacarri Rambo (16), 2009-12 234 - Eli Maricich (12), 1947-49

LONGEST INT. RETURN - GAME:

1. 100 yards - Charley Britt vs. Florida, 1959 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 99 yards - Odell Thurman vs. Auburn, 2003 3. 98 yards - Scott Woerner vs. Clemson, 1980 4. 89 yards - Steve Hughes vs. The Citadel, 1939 5. 88 yards - Dominick Sanders vs. Vandy, 2015

KICK RETURNS MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - GAME:

1. 7 - Brandon Boykin vs. South Carolina, 2011 (184 yards)

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 3. 4.

38 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 38 - Brandon Boykin, 2011 34 - Brandon Boykin, 2010 28 - Gene Washington, 1974 28 - Asher Allen, 2007

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MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

110 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 71 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 52 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 47 - Asher Allen, 2006-08 47 - Reggie Davis, 2013-16 43 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

190 - Scott Woerner vs. Kentucky, 1977 (6 ret.) 187 - Brandon Boykin vs. S.C, 2009 (4 ret.) 184 - Brandon Boykin vs. S.C., 2011 (7 ret.) 159 - Andre Hastings vs. Kentucky, 1990 (3 ret.) 149 - Asher Allen vs. Florida, 2007 (6 ret.)

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

988 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 (38 ret.) 850 - Brandon Boykin, 2011 (38 ret.) 825 - Brandon Boykin, 2010 (34 ret.) 690 - Asher Allen, 2007 (28 ret.) 669 - Gene Washington, 1974 (28 ret.)

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE CAREER:

1. 2,663 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 (110 ret.) 2. 1,637 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 3. 1,152 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 (52 ret.) 4. 1,110 - Asher Allen, 2006-08 (47 ret.) 5. 1,096 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 (43 ret.)

AVG. KICKOFF RETURN - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

36.0 - Gene Washington, 1973 (8x288, inj.) 34.3 - Tim Worley, 1988 29.3 - Fred Lane, 1986 28.1 - Andre Hastings, 1990 28.1 - Isaiah McKenzie, 2014 27.8 - Arthur Marshall, 1989 27.8 - Wayne Swinford, 1962

AVG. KICKOFF RETURN - CAREER: (Min. 20) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

25.6 – Ramarcus Brown, 2005-08 (818 on 32 ret.) 25.5 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 25.3 - Arthur Marshall, 1988-91 24.2 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 24.0 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 1. 5.

100 - Brandon Boykin vs. S. Carolina, 2009; vs. Tennessee 2009; vs. Kentucky, 2010, 100 - Todd Gurley vs. Buffalo, 2012; vs. Clemson, 2014 99 - Lindsay Scott, vs. LSU 1978 99 - Thomas Brown, vs. Tennessee 2006

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS GAME

1. 1 - Several players, most recently by Terry Godwin vs. South Carolina, 2016

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON 1. 3 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 2. 2 - Gene Washington, 1973 3. 1 - several players

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER

1. 4 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 (SEC Record) 2. 2 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 2 - Todd Gurley, 2012-14

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MOST PUNT RETURNS - GAME:

ANNUAL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS Year Player 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

No./Yds TD Avg.

Mecole Hardman Reggie Davis Reggie Davis Isaiah McKenzie J.J. Green Malcolm Mitchell Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin Ramarcus Brown Asher Allen Asher Allen Tyson Browning Tyson Browning Tyson Browning Fred Gibson Fred Gibson Bruce Thornton Patrick Pass Champ Bailey Champ Bailey Hines Ward Kirby Smart Hines Ward Jerry Jerman Andre Hastings Andre Hastings Chad Wilson Arthur Marshall Tim Worley Cassius Osborn Fred Lane Tron Jackson Fred Lane Gary Moss Carnie Norris Herschel Walker Scott Woerner Lindsay Scott Lindsay Scott Scott Woerner Gene Washington Gene Washington Gene Washington Gene Washington Dennis Whitt Jimmy Poulos J. Montgomery Julian Smiley Jake Scott Kent Lawrence Kent Lawrence Preston Ridlehuber Wayne Swinford Bob Taylor Don Porterfield Carlton Guthrie Fred Brown Bobby Walden Fred Brown Jimmy Orr George Whitton Jimmy Orr Bobby Garrard Jimmy Campagna Jimmy Campagna Zippy Morocco Zippy Morocco

20/505 23,486 17/394 11/309 7/168 16/360 38/850 34/825 38/988 26/610 28/690 19/420 12/282 17/267 9/143 19/460 14/375 22/404 10/217 12/261 11/250 13/234 15/332 18/353 18/398 14/294 14/380 21/449 16/445 9/309 14/338 9/264 8/237 9/173 8/184 9/200 6/ 92 9/232 27/532 20/529 22/546 15/257 20/423 28/669 8/288 15/351 7/133 13/308 16/383 11/254 12/243 13/325 20/468 16/367 8/166 11/266 12/235 10/188 7/188 7/144 5/108 6/156 6/136 4/71 11/160 9/261 12/206 7/143

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25.2 21.1 23.2 28.1 24.0 22.5 22.4 24.3 26.0 23.5 24.6 22.1 23.5 15.7 15.9 24.2 26.8 18.4 21.7 21.8 22.7 18.0 22.1 19.6 22.1 21.0 27.1 21.4 27.8 34.3 24.1 29.3 29.6 20.3 23.0 22.2 15.3 25.8 19.7 26.5 24.8 17.1 21.2 23.9 36.0 20.6 19.0 23.7 23.9 23.1 20.2 25.0 23.4 22.9 20.8 24.2 19.6 18.8 26.9 20.6 21.6 26.0 22.7 17.8 14.5 29.0 17.2 20.4

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7 - Ken McCall vs. Ga. Tech, 1948 (75 yds.) 7 - Ken McCall vs. Alabama, 1948 (58 yds.) 7 - Scott Woerner vs. TCU, 1980 (89 yds.) 7 - Andre Hastings vs. S.C., 1992 (52 yds.) 7 - Reggie Davis vs. Clemson, 2014 (37 yds.)

MOST PUNT RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 36 - Lamar Davis, 1946 2. 35 - Jake Scott, 1968 35 - Andre Hastings, 1992 4. 34 - Damien Gary, 2002 34 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 34 - Wayne Swinford, 1964

MOST PUNT RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 114 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 2. 89 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 3. 88 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 88 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 88 - Chuck Carswell, 1988-90-91 6. 81 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 7. 59 - Isaiah McKenzie, 2014-16

PUNT RETURN YARDS - GAME:

1. 202 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 returns)

PUNT RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 488 - Scott Woerner, 1980 2. 464 - Lamar Davis, 1941 3. 458 - Damien Gary, 2002 4. 440 - Jake Scott, 1968 5. 438 – Thomas Flowers, 2005 6. 436 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 7. 388 - Chuck Carswell, 1988 8. 367 - Mikey Henderson, 2006

PUNT RETURN YARDS - CAREER: 1. 1,253 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 2. 1,077 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 3. 1,014 - Chuck Carswell, 1988-90-91 4. 946 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 5. 821 - Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 6. 787 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 7. 718 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 8. 692 - Isaiah McKenzie, 2014-16 9. 586 - Jake Scott, 1967-68 10. 581 - Mikey Henderson, 2004-07

AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - GAME:

1. 40.4 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Ore. State, 1971 (5 returns for 202 including 2 TDs)

AVERAGE PUNT RETURN - SEASON: (Min. 10 Ret. or 100 yards) 1. 29.33 - J.B. Davis, 1956 (6/176 yards) 2. 21.88 - Preston Ridlehuber, 1965 3. 21.55 - Jimmy Campagna, 1952 4. 21.22 - Billy Jackson, 1960 21.22 - Prince Miller, 2008 6. 20.20 - Thomas Flowers, 2007

AVG. PUNT RET. - SEASON: (Min. 15) 1. 15.7 - Scott Woerner, 1980 (31/488 yards) 2. 15.1 - Thomas Flowers, 2004 3. 14.7 - Mikey Henderson, 2006 4. 14.4 - Zippy Morocco, 1950 5. 14.1 - Zippy Morocco, 1951 6. 13.7 - Thomas Flowers, 2005 7. 13.5 - Damien Gary, 2002 13.5 - Terry Sellers, 1967

AVG. PUNT RET. - CAREER: (Min. 25)

1. 14.9 - Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 (821/55) 14.9 - Prince Miller, 2006-09 (417/28) 3. 14.2 - Zippy Morocco, 1949-51 4. 13.3 - Kent Lawrence, 1966-68 5. 13.2 - Mikey Henderson, 2004-07

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ANNUAL PUNT RETURN LEADERS Year Player 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

No./Yds TD Avg.

Mecole Hardman 23/271 Isaiah McKenzie 23/245 Isaiah McKenzie 17/217 Isaiah McKenzie 19/230 Reggie Davis 14/46 Malcolm Mitchell 11/57 Brandon Boykin 14/180 Branden Smith 10/143 Prince Miller 19/226 Prince Miller 9/191 Mikey Henderson 19/214 Mikey Henderson 25/367 Thomas Flowers 32/438 Thomas Flowers 16/242 Damien Gary 30/281 Damien Gary 34/458 Damien Gary 23/288 Damien Gary 27/226 Patrick Pass 15/136 Michael Greer 14/123 Michael Greer 19/166 Chris McCranie 20/73 Chris McCranie 25/263 Chris McCranie 20/180 Chris McCranie 14/202 Andre Hastings 35/298 Chuck Carswell 33/345 Chuck Carswell 24/281 Arthur Marshall 25/173 Chuck Carswell 31/388 Nate Lewis 14/195 Fred Lane 18/103 John Little 21/169 Jimmy Harrell 26/247 Jimmy Harrell 20/158 Jimmy Harrell 30/285 Jimmy Harrell 13/97 Scott Woerner 31/488 Scott Woerner 22/200 Scott Woerner 23/277 Scott Woerner 12/112 Mark Mitchell 20/233 Mark Mitchell 5/63 Glynn Harrison 19/110 Glynn Harrison 23/256 Buzy Rosenberg 28/205 Buzy Rosenberg 34/436 Buzy Rosenberg 26/305 Buck Swindle 30/267 Jake Scott 35/440 Terry Sellers 15/203 Kent Lawrence 14/209 Preston Ridlehuber 8/175 Wayne Swinford 34/343 Brigham Woodward 9/79 Brigham Woodward 13/83 Brigham Woodward 15/70 Billy Jackson 9/191 Charley Britt 18/208 Charley Britt 9/110 Don Soberdash 7/38 Jefferson Davis 6/176 Wendell Tarleton 7/62 John Bell 8/37 Bobby Garrard 7/118 Jimmy Campagna 9/194 Zippy Morocco 20/281 Zippy Morocco 17/244

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100 - Jimmy Campagna vs. Vanderbilt, 1952 (Ties SEC Record) 92 - Prince Miller vs. Alabama, 2008 92 - Brandon Boykin vs. Mich. St., 2012 90 - Jake Scott vs. Tennessee, 1968 90 - Zippy Morocco vs. Furman, 1950

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME: 1. 2 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (Tied NCAA, SEC Record)

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1.

2 - Jim Campagna, 1952 2 - Jefferson Davis, 1956 2 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970, 1971 2 - Mikey Henderson, 2006 2 - Isaiah McKenzie, 2014, 2014

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER: 1. 5 - Isaiah McKenzie, 2014-16 4 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 3. 2 - several players

SPECIAL TEAMS BLOCKED KICKS SINCE 1985 MOST KICKS BLOCKED - GAME 1. 2 (1 FG, 1 Punt) vs. Tennessee, 2002 2 (1 FG, 1 PAT) vs. LSU(2), 2003 2 (1 FG, 1 Punt) vs. Texas A&M, 2009 2 (1 FG, 1 PAT) vs. Ga. Tech, 2014 MOST KICKS BLOCKED - SEASON 1. 9 (4 FGs, 5 Punts), 2002 2. 7 (4 FGs, 2 Punts, 1 PAT), 2003 7 (3 FGs, 4 Punts), 1999 4. 6 (2 FGs, 3 Punts, 1 PAT), 2012 MOST FIELD GOALS BLOCKED - SEASON 1. 4, in 2002 and 2003 3. 3, in 1999 and 2017 MOST PUNTS BLOCKED - SEASON 1. 5, 2002 2. 3, 2013; 1999 4. 2, several times BLOCKED PUNTS - SEASON 1. 3 - Kendrell Bell, 1999 2. 2 - several players, Last by Zach Renner, 2008 BLOCKED PUNTS - CAREER 1. 3 - Corrie Collier, 2000-2001 3 - Kendrell Bell, 1999-2000 3 - David Pollack, 2001-2004 3 - Zach Renner, 2008-09 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS - SEASON 1. 3 - Terry Hoage, 1983 3 - Boss Bailey, 2002 3 - Sean Jones, 2003 4. 2 - several players, last by Kendrell Bell, 1999 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS - CAREER 1. 4 - Terry Hoage, 1980-83 2. 3 - Boss Bailey, 1998-99, 2001-02 3 - Sean Jones, 2001-03 4. 2 - several players, last by Kendrell Bell, 1999-2000

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BLOCKED PUNTS BY THE BULLDOGS SINCE 1985 (Final Score)

Terrie Webster vs. Alabama, Sept. 2, 1985 (UA 20-16) Robert Edwards vs. Kentucky, Oct. 22, 1994 (UGA34-30) Trey Sipe vs. New Mex. St., Sept. 16, 1995 (UGA 40-13) Glenn Ford vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 17, 1998 (UGA 31-6) Larry Mann vs. Va. in the ’98 Peach Bowl, (UGA 35-33) Kendrell Bell vs. S. Carolina, Sept. 11, 1999 (UGA 24-9) Charles Grant vs. LSU, Oct. 2, 1999 (UGA 23-22) Kendrell Bell vs. Kentucky, Oct. 23, 1999 (UGA 49-34) Kendrell Bell vs. Ole Miss, Nov. 20, 1999 (UGA 20-17) Corrie Collier vs. Tennessee, Oct 7, 2000 (UGA 21-10) Corrie Collier vs. Auburn, Nov. 11, 2000 (AU 29-26 OT) Corrie Collier vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 24, 2001 (UGA 31-17) Sean Jones vs. NW State, Sept. 21, 2002 (UGA 45-7) Thomas Davis vs. NMSU, Sept. 28, 2002 (UGA 41-10) Reggie Brown vs. Tennessee, Oct. 12, 2002 (UGA 18-13) David Pollack vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 19, 2002 (UGA 48-17) Decory Bryant vs. Arkansas, Dec. 7, 2002 in SEC Championship Game (UGA 30-3) Jarrett Berry vs. Alabama, Oct. 4, 2003 (UGA 37-23) Bryan McClendon vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 29, 2003 (UGA 34-17) David Pollack vs. Ga. Southern, Sept. 4, 2004 (UGA 48-26) David Pollack vs. Auburn, Nov. 13, 2004 (AU 24-6) Tyson Browning vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 15, 2005 (UGA 34-17) Bryan McClendon vs. LSU, Dec. 3, 2005 SEC Championship Game (UGA 34-14) Prince Miller vs. UAB, Sept. 16, 2006 (UGA 34-0) Kelin Johnson vs. Kentucky, Nov. 17, 2007 (UGA 24-13) Zach Renner vs. Arizona St., Sept. 20, 2008 (UGA 27-10) Zach Renner vs. Alabama, Sept. 27, 2008 (UA 41-30) Zach Renner vs. Tennessee, Oct. 10, 2009 (UT 45-19) Bacarri Rambo vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 28, 2009 (UGA 44-20) Alec Ogletree vs. Idaho State, Nov. 6, 2010 (UGA 55-7) Corey Moore vs. Coastal Carolina, Sept. 17, 2011 (UGA 59-0) Orson Charles vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 15, 2011 (UGA 33-28) Chris Conley vs. Buffalo, Sept. 1, 2012 (UGA 45-23) Marc Deas vs. Tennesssee, Sept. 29, 2012 (UGA 51-44) Shawn Williams vs. Nebraska, Jan. 1, 2013 (UGA 45-31) D’Andre Walker vs. ULM, Sept. 5, 2015 (UGA 51-14) Malkom Parrish vs. Southern, Sept. 26, 2015 (UGA 48-6) D’Andre Walker vs. Tennessee, Sept. 30, 2017 (UGA 41-0)

BLOCKED FIELD GOALS BY GEORGIA SINCE 1990 (Final Score)

*Bernard Williams vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 20,1990, (UGA 39-28) Bernard Williams vs. Ole Miss, Oct. 12, 1991 (UGA 37-17) Jeff Harris vs. Utah State, Sept. 4, 1999 (UGA 38-7) Kendrell Bell vs. Central Florida, Sept. 25, 1999 (UGA 24-23) Kendrell Bell vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 27, 1999 (GT 51-48 OT) Jamie Henderson vs. Vandy, Oct. 14, 2000 (UGA 29-19) David Pollack vs. Alabama, Oct. 5, 2002 (UGA 27-25) Boss Bailey vs. Tennessee, Oct. 12, 2002 (UGA 18-13) Boss Bailey vs. Ole Miss, Nov. 9, 2002 (UGA 31-17) Boss Bailey vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 30, 2002 (UGA 51-7) Sean Jones vs. LSU, Sept. 20, 2003 (LSU 17-10) Sean Jones vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 18, 2003 (UGA 27-8) Thomas Davis vs. Kentucky, Nov. 22, 2003 (UGA 30-10) Sean Jones vs. LSU, Dec. 6, 2003 (LSU 34-13) A.J. Green vs. Arizona State, Sept. 26, 2009 (UGA 20-17) Geno Atkins vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 28, 2009 (UGA 44-20) John Jenkins vs. South Carolina, Oct. 6, 2012 (USC 35-7) Cornelius Washington vs. Alabama, Dec. 1, 2012 (UA 32-28) Jordan Jenkins vs. App. State, Nov. 9, 2013 (UGA 45-6) Leonard Floyd vs. Auburn, Nov. 16, 2013 (AU 43-38) Ray Drew vs. Ga. Tech, 2014 (L, OT, 24-30) J.R. Reed vs. Samford, Sept. 16, 2017 (UGA 42-14) DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle vs. Auburn, Dec. 2, 2017 (UGA 28-7) Lorenzo Carter vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 1, 2018 (UGA 54-48)  * Bernard Williams also had three Block PATs in 1990 and one in 1991.

TOTAL KICK RETURNS MOST RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52 - Brandon Boykin (14 PR, 38 KOR), 2011 50 - Wayne Swinford (34 PR, 16 KOR), 1964 49 - Andre Hastings (35 PR, 14 KOR), 1992 46 - Jake Scott (35 PR, 11 KOR), 1968 43 - Mecole Hardman (23 PR, 20 KOR), 2017

MOST RETURNS - CAREER:

1. 124 - Brandon Boykin (14 PR, 110 KOR), 2008-11 2. 123 - Scott Woerner (88 PR, 35 KOR), 1977-80 3. 122 - Damien Gary (114 PR, 8 KOR), 2000-03 4. 108 - Buzy Rosenberg (99 PR, 9 KOR), 1970-72 5. 96 - Chris McCranie (81 PR, 15 KOR), 1993-96 96 - Chuck Carswell (88 PR, 8 KOR), 1988, 90-91

MOST RETURN YARDS - GAME:

1. 202 - Buzy Rosenberg (5/202 PR) vs. Oregon State, 1971 2. 185 - Mecole Hardman (5/142 KOR, 3/43 PR) vs. Auburn 2017

MOST RETURN YARDS - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1,030 - Brandon Boykin (14/180 PR, 38/850 KOR), 2011 988 - Brandon Boykin (0 PR, 38/988 KOR), 2009 825 - Brandon Boykin (0 PR, 34/825 KOR), 2010 776 - Mecole Hardman (23/271 PR, 20/505 KOR), 2017 720 - Scott Woerner (31/488 PR, 9/232 KOR), 1989 710 - Wayne Swinford (34/343 PR, 16/ 367 KOR), 1964 694 - Jake Scott (35/440 PR, 11/254 KOR), 1968

MOST RETURN YARDS - CAREER:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2,843 - Brandon Boykin (14/180 PR, 110/2663 KOR), 2008-11 1,916 - Scott Woerner (88/1,077 PR, 35/ 839 KOR), 1977-80 1,637 - Gene Washington (71/1,637 PR, 0/0 KOR), 1973-76 1,396 - Damien Gary (114/1253 PR, 8/ 143 KOR), 2000-03 1,256 – Asher Allen (10/146 PR, 47/1,110 KOR), 2006-08 1,212 - Chuck Carswell (88/1,014 PR, 8/198 KOR), 1988, 90-91

RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 3 by Jim Campagna, 1952 (2 PR, 1 KOR) 3 by Brandon Boykin, 2009 (3 KOR) 3 by Isaiah McKenzie, 2014 (2 PR, 1 KOR)

RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER:

6 by Isaiah McKenzie, 2014-16 (5 PR, 1 KOR) 5 by Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 (4 KOR, 1 PR)

MOST 100- YARD KICK-OFF RETURNS CAREER

1. 3 Brandon Boykin vs. Kentucky, 2010; vs. S.C., 2009; vs. Tennessee, 2009

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CHAMP BAILEY, CB

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TL CF RF Int. PBU 1996 11/2 35 12 47 0 1/1 0 1 2 7 1997 11/11 39 9 48 0 4/8 0 0 3 10 1998 11/11 30 22 52 0 4/7 0 1 3 10 Totals 33/24 104 43 147 0 9/16 0 2 8 27 Rushing/Receiving Totals Year G/GS Att. Yards Avg. TD LG Rec. Yards Avg. TD LG 1997 11/11 5 15 3.0 0 11 12 234 19.5 0 47 1998 11/11 16 84 5.3 0 20 47 744 15.8 5 51 Totals 22/22 21 99 4.7 0 20 59 978 16.6 5 51

BILLY BENNETT, PK

Year    PAT    FG    LG TP 2000 24x26 13x14 49 63 2001 34x34 17x25 55 85 2002 52x52 26x33 47 130 2003 38x39 31x38 52 131 Totals 148x151 87x110 55 409

MIKE BOBO, QB Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

G/GS 4/0 4/4 11/10 11/11 30/25

Att. 27 89 344 306 766

Comp. 17 54 175 199 445

KEVIN BUTLER, PK

Year PAT 1981 37x38 1982 34x36 1983 28x28 1984 23x23 Totals 122x125

Pct. Yards .630 325 .607 818 .509 2440 .650 2751 .581 6334

Int. TD LG 0 1 50 (2) 2 5 54 NMS 16 13 83 OM 8 19 72 NLU 26 38 83 OM

NICK CHUBB, RB - Rushing

Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm 2014 13/8 219 1547 7.1 119.0 6/6 92 747 8.1 124.5 2015 2016 13/11 224 1130 5.0 86.9 15/15 223 1345 6.0 89.7 2017 Totals 47/40 758 4769 6.3 101.4 Receiving: 31 rec., 361 yards, 4 TDs. Long: 49 ULL

TERRENCE EDWARDS, FLK

Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

G/GS 11/11 11/9 11/12 13/11 46/43

FG LG TP 19x26 52 94 17x21 59 85 18x23 53 82 23x28 60 92 77x98 60 353

Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm 53 772 14.6 70.2 53 704 13.3 64.0 39 613 15.7 55.7 59 1004 17.0 77.2 204 3093 15.2 67.2

TD LG 14 83 CSU 7 83 ALA 8 55 UNC 15 55 UK 44 83 (2x)

TD Long 9 53 USU 4 67 VU 6 56 AU 11 65 VU 30 67 VU

A. J. GREEN, FLK

Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 13/11 56 963 17.2 74.1 8 54 UF 2008 2009 10/8 53 808 15.2 80.8 6 65 VU 9/8 57 848 14.9 94.2 9 50 CU 2010 Total 32/27 166 2,619 15.8 81.8 23 65 VU Rushing: 7 att., 105 yards, 0 TD, LG: 40 CU Punt Returns: 2 ret., 25 yards, 12.5 avg., 0 TD, Long: 18 UCF

DAVID GREENE, QB - Passing

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Total

G/GS Att Comp. 11/11 324 192 14/14 379 218 14/14 438 264 12/12 299 175 51/51 1440 849

Pct. .593 .575 .603 .585 .590

Yds 2789 2924 3307 2508 11528

INT 9 8 11 4 32

TD LG 17 68 UK 22 65 VU 13 93 LSU1 20 79 ARK 72 93 LSU1

TODD GURLEY, TB - Rushing

Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm TD LG 2012 14/12 222 1385 6.2 98.9 17 55 UB 2013 10/10 165 989 6.0 98.9 10 75 CU 2014 6/5 123 911 7.4 151.8 9 51 CU,UT Totals 30/27 510 3285 6.4 109.5 36 75 CU Receiving: 65 rec., 615 yards, 6 TD, Long: 73 UF KO Returns: 11 ret., 422 yards, 38.4 avg., 2 TD, Long: 100 UB/CU Passing: 1 att., 1 comp., 50 yards, 0 TD, Long: 50 VU

RODNEY HAMPTON, TB - Rushing

Year 1987 1988 1989 Totals

G/GS 11 10 10 31

Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm TD LG 126 890 7.1 80.9 4 50 KY 128 719 5.6 71.9 6 56 UT 218 1059 4.9 105.9 12 36 GT 472 2668 5.7 86.1 22 56 UT

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GARRISON HEARST, TB - Rushing

Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm TD LG 1990 11/6 162 717 4.4 65.2 5 50UM 1991 11/7 153 968 6.3 88.0 9 69GT 1992 11/11 228 1547 6.8 140.6 19 75GSU Totals 33/24 543 3232 6.0 97.9 33 75GSU Receiving: 45 for 546 yards, 2 TDs, LG 64AU

SONY MICHEL, RB - Rushing

Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att Per/Gm TD LG 2014 8/1 64 410 6.4 51.2 5 75 TROY 2015 13/6 219 1161 5.3 89.3 8 66 UT 2016 12/2 152 840 5.5 70.0 4 42 GT 2017 14/2 156 1227 7.9 87.6 16 75 OU Totals 47/11 591 3638 6.2 77.4 33 75 TR/OU Receiving: 64 rec., 621 yards, 6 TDs. Long: 48 ULM

AARON MURRAY, QB - Passing

Year G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. Yds. INT 2010 13/13 342 209 61.1 3,049 8 2011 14/14 403 238 59.1 3,149 14 2012 14/14 386 249 64.5 3,893 10 2013 11/11 347 225 64.8 3,075 9 Totals 52/52 1,478 921 62.3 13,166 41 Rushing: 286 att., 396 yards, 16 TDs, LG: 57UT

DAVID POLLACK, DE Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Totals

G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks 10/4 18 19 37 2/12 14/14 58 44 102 14/99 14/14 47 45 92 7.5/54 12/12 35 17 52 12.5/91 50/44 158 125 283 36/256

TD 24 35 36 26 121

Eff. 154.48 146.41 174.82 158.82 158.61

LG 66GT 80MSU 87NEB 98NT 98 NT

TL Int. CF R F PBU QBP 4/21 0 1 0 0 9 23.5/128 2 2 1 7 35 13.5/67 2 1 0 9 32 17.5/98 0 3 2 2 41 58/314 4 7 3 18 117

RICHARD SEYMOUR, DT

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Totals Sacks TL CF RF PBU Int. QBP 1997 9/0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1998 11/4 32 37 69 4/38 5/11 1 1 3 0 14 1999 11/11 38 36 74 4/22 10/31 0 0 0 1 7 2000 10/10 35 43 78 1.5/6.5 10.5/25.5 0 0 0 0 13 106 117 223 9.5/66.5 25.5/67.5 1 1 4 1 14 Totals 41/25

ROQUAN SMITH, ILB

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TL Int. CF RF PBU QBP 2015 12/0 9 11 20 1.5/1 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 13/10 52 43 95 0.0/0 5.0/15 0 2 1 1 5 2017 15/15 85 52 137 6.5/43 14.0/57 0 1 2 2 20 Totals 40/25 146 106 252 8.0/39 19.0/72 0 3 3 3 25

MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB - Passing

Year G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. 2006 13/8 256 135 .527 2007 13/13 348 194 .557 2008 13/13 383 235 .614 Total 39/34 987 564 .571 Rushing: 141 att., 213 yards, 6 TDs, LG: 39AU

Yds. 1,749 2,523 3,459 7,731

INT 13 10 10 33

TD 7 19 25 51

LG 53 AU 84 UF 78 UK 84 UF

HINES WARD, QB/WR

Rushing Receiving Passing Returns Year Att./Yds./TD Rec./Yds./TD Att./Comp./Int./Yds./TD Ret./Yds./TD 1994 77-423-3 19-101-1 0-0-0-0-0 18-353-0 1995 70-247-2 18-249-0 112-68-3-872-2 0-0-0 1996 26/170-0 52-900-5 3-1-0-19-1 18-281-0 1997 30-223-0 55-715-6 5-2-0-27-0 12-208-0 Totals 203-1063-5 144-1965-12 120-71-3-918-3 48-842-0 *Total All Purpose Yards — 4,788 (1,063 rush, 1,965 rec., 918 pass., 842 ret.)

ERIC ZEIER, QB - Passing

Year G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. Yards Int. TD LG 1991 11/6 286 159 .556 1984 4 7 62AU 1992 11/11 258 151 .585 2248 12 12 64AU 1993 11/11 425 269 .633 3,525 7 24 80(2) 1994 11/11 433 259 .598 3,396 14 24 79AU Totals 44/39 1402 838 .598 11,153 37 67 80 (2)

TERRY HOAGE, S

Year Solo Asst. Total Sack Int. 1980 0 1 1 0 0 1981 32 22 54 2 0 1982 60 41 101 3 12 1983 45 22 67 5 2 Totals 137 86 223 10 14

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SCOTT WOERNER, CB Punt Ret.

Year Solo Ast. Total Int. No. Yds Avg TD LP 1977 0 0 0 0 12 112 9.3 0 38 1978 37 29 66 4 23 277 12.0 1 72 1979 28 6 34 4 22 200 9.1 0 45 1980 32 15 47 5 31 488 15.7 1 67 Total 97 50 147 13 88 1077 12.2 2 72

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Total Tackles 1. Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ...... 467 2. Greg Bright (1994-97).......... 453 3. Tommy Thurson (1980-83) .. 448 4. John Brantley (1984-87) ...... 415 5. Nate Taylor (1979-82) .......... 390 6. Knox Culpepper (1981-84) .. 383 7. John Little (1983-86) ........... 381 8. Randall Godfrey (1992-95)... 365 9. Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ....... 348 10. Amarlo Herrera (2011-14).... 334 11. Tony Gilbert (1999-2002)..... 328 12. Jim Griffith (1974-77) .......... 325 13. Mo Lewis (1987-90) ............ 314 14. Orantes Grant (1996-99)....... 312 15. Terrie Webster (1985-88) ..... 311 16. Corey Johnson (1993-96)...... 306 Primary Tackles 1. Greg Bright (1994-97).......... 290 2. Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ...... 246 3. Randall Godfrey (1992-95)... 231 4. John Little (1983-86) ........... 216 5. Jim Griffith (1974-77) .......... 208 6. John Brantley (1984-87) ...... 193 7. Orantes Grant (1996-99)....... 190 8. Greg Blue (2002-05)............. 188 9. Nate Taylor (1979-82) .......... 187 10. Thomas Davis (2002-04)...... 185 11. Rennie Curran (2006-09)...... 173 Tony Taylor (2002-03, ‘05-06).. 173 13. Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ....... 170 Whit Marshall (1992-95)...... 170 15. Ronnie Swoopes (1975-77) .. 169 Tackle Assists 1. Tommy Thurson (1980-83) .. 290 2. Knox Culpepper (1981-84) .. 258 3. John Brantley (1984-87) ...... 222 4. Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ...... 221 5. Nate Taylor (1979-82) .......... 203 6. Amarlo Herrera (2011-14).... 187 7. Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ....... 178 8. Bill Mitchell (1982-85) ........ 171 9. John Little (1983-86) ........... 165 10. Terrie Webster (1985-88) ..... 164 11. Greg Bright (1994-97).......... 163 12. John Brantley (1984-86) ...... 146 13. Mo Lewis (1987-90) ............ 145 14. Knox Culpepper (1981-83) .. 142 Quarterback Sacks 1. David Pollack (2001-04)......... 36 2. Richard Tardits (1985-88) ...... 29 3. Jarvis Jones (2011-12)............. 28 Jimmy Payne (1978-82) ......... 28 5. Mitch Davis (1990-93)......... 27.5 6. Freddie Gilbert (1980-83) ...... 26 7. Quentin Moses (2003-06)...... 25 8. Justin Houston (2008-10)........ 20 9. Jordan Jenkins (2012-15)........ 19 10. Josh Mallard (1998-2001)....... 18 11. Leonard Floyd (2013-15)........ 17 12. Greg Waters (1984-85) ........... 16 13. Charles Grant (1999-2001)..... 15 14. Will Thompson (2001-02,04-05).....14.5 Charles Johnson (2004-06).... 14.5 16. Mo Lewis (1987-90)............... 14 17. Bill Krug (1975-77) ............... 13 Phillip Daniels (1992-95)........ 13

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1. 2.  3. 4.        7.     9.  10. 11. 12.  13.

Primary Tackles 1.   Ben Zambiasi (1977) .............. 96 2.   Keith Harris (1974) ................ 94 3.   Ronnie Swoopes (1977) ......... 92 4. Thomas Davis (2003).............. 89 5. Greg Bright (1997) ............... ..88 6. Greg Bright (1996).................. 87 7. Roquan Smith (2017).............. 85 8.   Jim Griffith (1975) ................. 84 9.   Sylvester Boler (1974) ........... 81 10.   Nate Taylor (1979) ................. 80 Orantes Grant (1998) ............. 80 12.  John Brantley (1986) .............. 79 13.  Danny Jones (1973) ............... 78     John Brantley (1987) .............. 78 15. Whit Marshall (1995).............. 76 Tony Gilbert (2002)................ 76 Sean Jones (2003)................... 76 Ramik Wilson (2013).............. 76 1. 2. 3.  4.  5. 7. 8.  9. 10. 11.

David Pollack (2001-04) 58.5 Quentin Moses (2003-06) 44.5 Jarvis Jones (2011-12) 44 Jordan Jenkins (2012-15) 40 Justin Houston (2008-10) 38 Geno Atkins (2006-09) 33 Charles Johnson (2004-06) 29.5 Odell Thurman (2003-04) 29.5 Charles Grant (1999-2001) 27 Tony Gilbert (2000-02) 26.5 Richard Seymour (1997-2000) 25.5

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Tackle Assists Knox Culpepper (1984) ....... 116 Knox Culpepper (1983) ....... 105 Tommy Thurson (1982) ........ 97 Ricky McBride (1978) .......... 88 Tommy Thurson (1981) ........ 86 Bill Mitchell (1985) .............. 86 Tommy Thurson (1983) ........ 84 John Brantley (1986) ............. 81 John Brantley (1987) ............. 76 Ben Zambiasi (1975) ............. 75 Ben Zambiasi (1976) ............. 72 Terrie Webster (1987) ............ 72

Quarterback Sacks 1. Jarvis Jones (2012)............... 14.5 2. David Pollack (2002).............. 14 3. Jarvis Jones (2011)............... 13.5 4. Mitch Davis (1993)................. 13 5. David Pollack (2004)........... 12.5 6. Jimmy Payne (1981) .............. 12     Richard Tardits (1988) ........... 12 8.   Quentin Moses (2005).......... 11.5 9. Freddie Gilbert (1983) ........... 11     Greg Waters (1985) ................ 11 11.   Marcus Howard (2007)........ 10.5 12. Richard Tardits (1987) ........... 10     Morris Lewis (1989) .............. 10 Justin Houston (2010)............. 10

1. 2. 3. 4. *Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11.

Total Tackles Knox Culpepper (1984) ....... 170 Knox Culpepper (1983) ....... 166 Ben Zambiasi (1977) ............ 165 Ricky McBride (1978) ......... 160 John Brantley (1986) ............ 160 John Brantley (1987) ............ 154 Keith Harris (1974) .............. 148 Ben Zambiasi (1975) ............ 148 Bill Mitchell (1985) ............. 145 Ben Zambiasi (1976) ............ 144 Greg Bright (1996)................ 143 Thomas Davis (2003)............ 138 Roquan Smith (2017)............ 137

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Tackles For Loss (TFL) Jarvis Jones (2012)............... 24.5 David Pollack (2002)........... 23.5 Quentin Moses (2005).......... 20.5 Jarvis Jones (2011)............... 19.5 Charles Johnson (2006)........... 19

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6. Justin Houston (2010).......... 18.5 Odell Thurman (2003)......... 18.5 Johnathan Sullivan (2002)... 18.5 9. David Pollack (2004)........... 17.5 10. Tony Gilbert (2002)............. 15.5

*Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count as a TFL

Single Game

Total Tackles 1. Knox Culpepper vs. Ga. Tech (1983), 26 2. Knox Culpepper vs. Aub. (1983), 25 John Little vs. Ga. Tech (1984), 25 4. Steve Kelly vs. Auburn (1981), 24 Sacks 5 1983 Freddie Gilbert vs. Temple 4 1981 Freddie Gilbert vs. Florida 1988 Richard Tardits vs. TCU 1989 Mo Lewis vs. Ole Miss 2001 Charles Grant vs. Auburn 2011 Jarvis Jones vs. Florida 3.5 1998 Josh Mallard vs. Kentucky 3 1981 Stan Dooley vs. California

Mark also set by 15 other players a total of 19 times, most recently by Trenton Thompson vs. TCU, 2016.

Annual Sack Leaders 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

(Records begin in 1979) Gordon Terry, DE 4 Jimmy Payne, DT 7 Jimmy Payne, DT 12 Freddie Gilbert, DE 7 Freddie Gilbert, DE 11 Kenny Sims, DG 6 Greg Waters, DE 11 Richard Tardits, DE 6 Richard Tardits, DE 10 Richard Tardits, LB 12 Mo Lewis, OLB 10 Mo Lewis, OLB 3 Eric Coney, OLB 3 Dwayne Simmons, ILB 4 Curt Douglas, DT 4 Damon Ward, OLB 4 Mitch Davis, OLB 4 Mitch Davis, OLB 8.5 Mitch Davis, OLB 13 Phillip Daniels, OLB 5 Frank Watts, DT 5 Phillip Daniels, BT 4 Rahmon Cooper, BT 7.5 Greg Bright, ILB 3 Derrick Byrd, BT 3 Josh Mallard, NG 6 Charles Grant, DE 7 Josh Mallard, DE 3 Charles Grant, DE 6 David Pollack, DE 14 David Pollack, DE 7.5 David Pollack, DE 12.5 Quentin Moses, DE 11.5 Charles Johnson, DE 9.5 Marcus Howard, DE 10.5 R. Curran, LB 3 J. Wynn, DE; C. Irvin, DT 3 Justin Houston, DE 7.5 Justin Houston, OLB 10 Jarvis Jones, OLB 13.5 Jarvis Jones, OLB 14.5 Leonard Floyd, OLB 6.5 Leonard Floyd, OLB 6.0 Leonard Floyd, OLB 4.5

2016 T. Thompson, DT; D. Bellamy, OLB; L. Carter, OLB 5 6.5 2017 Roquan Smith, ILB

Annual Tackle Leaders 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

(Records begin in 1976) Ben Zambiasi, LB 144 Ben Zambiasi, LB 165 Ricky McBride, LB 160 120 Nate Taylor, LB Nate Taylor, LB 112 Tommy Thurson, LB 132 Tommy Thurson, LB 134 Knox Culpepper, LB 166 Knox Culpepper, LB 170 Bill Mitchell, LB 138 John Brantley, LB 154 John Brantley, LB 154 Terrie Webster, LB 128 121 Bill Goldberg, DT Mo Lewis, LB 119 Dwayne Simmons, LB 143 Randall Godfrey, LB 114 Randall Godfrey, LB 114 Corey Johnson, FS 118 Whit Marshall, LB 128 Greg Bright, LB 143 Greg Bright, LB 128 120 Orantes Grant, LB Richard Seymour, DT 74 Tony Gilbert, LB 96 Tony Gilbert, MLB 99 Boss Bailey, SLB 114 Tony Gilbert, MLB 114 Thomas Davis, FS 138 Thomas Davis, FS 81 Greg Blue, FS 96 Tony Taylor, LB 96 Dannell Ellerbe, LB 93 Rennie Curran, LB 115 Rennie Curran, LB 130 Akeem Dent, ILB 126 Shawn Williams, SS 72 Alec Ogletree, ILB 111 Ramik Wilson, ILB 133 Amarlo Herrera, ILB 115 Jake Ganus, ILB 102 Roquan Smith, ILB 95 Roquan Smith, ILB 137

Most Starts in Georgia History Kickers not included

1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Dominick Sanders (SS 14-17)............53 David Greene (QB ’01-’04)...............52 Aaron Murray (QB ‘10-’13)...............52 Clint Boling (OL '07-'10)...................50 Cordy Glenn (OL '08-'11)...................50 Ben Jones (C '08-'11)..........................49 Daniel Inman (OL '03-'06).................48 John Theus (OL ‘12-’15)....................48 Kevin Breedlove (OL ’99-’02)...........47 Jon Stinchcomb (OL ’99-’02)............46 Lindsay Scott (SE ’78-’81)................46 Larry Brown (TE ’95-’98)..................46

1. 3. 5. 8. 10.

Blair Walsh (PK '08-11).....................53 Dominick Sanders (SS 14-17)............53 David Greene (QB ’01-’04)...............52 Aaron Murray (QB ‘10-’13)...............52 Clint Boling (OL '07-'10)...................50 Cordy Glenn (OL '08-'11)...................50 Marshall Morgan (PK ‘12-’15)..........50 Billy Bennett (PK ’00-’03).................49 Ben Jones (C '08-'11)..........................49 Kevin Butler (PK ’81-’84).................48 Daniel Inman (OL '03-'06).................48 John Theus (OL ‘12-’15)....................48

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TEAM RECORDS RUSHING MOST RUSHES - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4.

89 vs. Kentucky, 1967 (SEC Record) 81 vs. South Carolina, 1969 79 vs. Florida, 1976 78 vs. Georgia Tech, 1975; Florida, 1982

MOST RUSHES - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

693 in 1976 691 in 1971 680 in 1975 670 in 2017 656 in 1981

MOST YARDS RUSHING - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

502 vs. South Carolina, 1974 470 vs. Auburn, 1976 454 vs. Vanderbilt, 1987 432 vs. Florida, 1976 431 vs. Georgia Tech, 1975

MOST YARDS RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

3,876 in 2017 3,352 in 2014 3,337 in 1971 3,267 in 1975 3,249 in 1985 3,102 in 1981

AVERAGE YARDS RUSHING PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

303.4 in 1971 297.0 in 1975 295.3 in 1985 282.0 in 1981 279.5 in 1976

AVERAGE YARDS RUSHING PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 6.04 - 2014 (555 for 3,352) 2. 5.79 - 2017 (670 for 3,876) 3. 5.64 - 1992 (459 for 2,584)

MOST TDs RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

42 in 2017 39 in 1971 38 in 2014 32 in 2012; 2007 30 in 1985

PASSING MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65 vs. Florida, 1993 63 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 56 vs. Ga. Tech, 1999 54 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 53 vs. Auburn, 1993

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

462 in 1994 461 in 2003 459 in 2013 445 in 2002 434 in 2011

MOST PASSES COMPLETED - GAME: 1. 37 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 2. 36 vs. Florida, 1993; Kentucky, 1994 4. 34 vs. Auburn, 1993 5. 33 vs. Florida, 1998; Auburn, 2013

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MOST PASSES COMPLETED - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

293 in 2013 276 in 1994 274 in 2003 272 in 1993 257 in 2011; 2002

MOST TOTAL YARDS - GAME:

MOST YARDS PASSING - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MOST YARDS PASSING - SEASON:

1. 1,102 vs. Ga. Tech, 1999 (GA 547, GT 555) 2. 1,098 vs. Auburn, 2013 (GA 532, AU 566) 3. 1,095 vs. Auburn, 1996 (GA 556, AU 539) 4. 1,088 vs. Wm. & Mary, 1988 (GA 626, WM 462) 5. 1,084 vs. Kentucky, 2001 (GA 591, UK 493)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

544 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 485 vs. South Carolina, 1994 450 vs. North Texas, 2013 441 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994; Auburn, 2013 435 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 427 vs. Nebraska, 2013; Kentucky, 2012 4,085 in 2013 3,991 in 2012 3,721 in 1994 3,610 in 2008 3,552 in 1993 338.3 in 1994 322.9 in 1993 314.2 in 2013 285.1 in 2012 277.7 in 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

67.39% in 2014 64.51% in 1997 63.83% in 2013 63.66% in 2012 62.96% in 1993 61.50% in 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6 vs. Kentucky, 2002; New Mexico St., 2011 5 vs. Northwestern State, 2002; LSU, 2004 Boise State, 2005; Ga Tech, 2008; Arkansas, 2009; Ga. Southern, 2012; Nebraska, 2013, Kentucky, 2013, 2014 37 in 2012; 2011 31 in 2013 28 in 2002 27 in 2008

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED - SEASON: 1. 32 in 1951 2. 25 in 1953 3. 20 in 1979

LOWEST INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE - SEASON: (Min. 300 att.) 1. 1.13% in 1991 (4 in 355) 2. 1.38% in 2004 (5 in 363) 3. 1.79% in 1999 (7 in 390)

LOWEST INTERCEPTION PCT. SEASON: (Min. 400 att.) 1. 1.62% in 1993 (7 in 432)

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4.

105 vs. Kentucky, 1967 (89 rushes, 16 passes) 97 vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 (41r/56p) 96 vs. South Carolina, 1970 (68r,28p) 95 vs. VMI, 1967 (79r,16p) 95 vs. South Carolina, 1969 (81r, 14p)

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1,023 in 2003 1,016 in 2011 981 in 2002 975 in 2017 945 in 2013 924 in 2012

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484.15 in 2013 467.64 in 2012 466.82 in 1994 457.77 in 2014 450.36 in 1992

6. 446.55 in 1981 7. 435.27 in 2017 8. 432.81 in 2001 9. 432.64 in 1997 10. 430.27 in 1993

1. 7.1 in 2012 2. 6.8 in 1994; 2014 4. 6.7 in 1992; 2008; 2013; 2017

MOST TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 3. 4. 5.

6. 5,538 in 2008 7. 5,389 in 2002 8. 5,324 in 2003 9. 5,135 in 1994 10. 5,085 in 2005

AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY - SEASON:

FIRST DOWNS

MOST TDs PASSING - GAME: 1. 3.

6,547 in 2012 6,529 in 2017 6,294 in 2013 5,951 in 2014 5,719 in 2011

AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON:

BEST COMPLETION % - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

TOTAL YARDS - GEORGIA & OPPONENT

MOST TOTAL YARDS - SEASON:

AVG. YARDS PASSING/GAME - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

713 vs. Florida Atlantic, 2012 696 vs. Missouri, 2017 667 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 654 vs. Ole Miss, 1942 641 vs. North Texas, 2013 640 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4.

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

186 in 1975 176 in 1981 173 in 1976; 2017 167 in 1982 164 in 1987

MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING -GAME:

1. 22 vs. LSU, 1998 2. 21 vs. Southern Miss, 1993; Florida, 1993 4. 20 vs. Northwestern State, 2002; App. State, 2013

MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

184 in 2013 163 in 2008 161 in 2012 158 in 2003 156 in 2002

MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - GAME: 1. 3. 4. 6.

35 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981; Kentucky, 2013 34 vs. Memphis State, 1982 33 vs. Georgia Tech, 1999; Kentucky, 2002 32 vs. Oregon State, 1987; Vanderbilt, 1987 32 vs. South Carolina, 2015

MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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27 vs. South Carolina, 1974 26 vs. Memphis State, 1982 25 vs. Auburn, 1976 24 vs. Virginia, 1987; Oregon State, 1987

324 in 2013 306 in 2017 298 in 2014 297 in 2012 296 in 2011

6. 289 in 2002 7. 283 in 2003 8. 273 in 2008 9. 271 in 1981 10. 261 in 2016

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team records SCORING MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

108 vs. Alabama Presbyterian, 1913 101 vs. Locust Grove, 1910 82 vs. Newberry, 1922 81 vs. Mercer, 1941 79 vs. Gordon, 1910 79 vs. Newberry, 1915 76 vs. The Citadel, 1958 75 vs. Florida, 1942 70 vs. Furman, 1946 70 vs. Northeast La., 1994

MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME (Since 1933):

1. 81 - GEORGIA 81, Mercer 0 (1941) 2. 76 - GEORGIA 76, The Citadel 0 (1958) 3. 75 - GEORGIA 75, Florida 0 (1942)

MOST POINTS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS - GAME (Since 1933): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

105 - GEORGIA 56, Auburn 49 (1996, OT) 102 - GEORGIA 54, Oklahoma 48 (2018, 2OT) 99 - GEORGIA 48, Ga. Tech 51 (1999,OT) 97 - GEORGIA 62, Vanderbilt 35 (1984) 95 - GEORGIA 51, Tennessee 44 (2012)

MOST POINTS SCORED IN ONE HALF (Since 1950): 1. 3.

49 vs. New Mexico State, 2011, 1st Half (Record 42 in 2nd quarter) 49 vs. NE Louisiana, 1994, 1st Half 46 vs. The Citadel, 1958, 2nd Half

MOST POINTS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS IN ONE HALF (Since 1950): 1. 2. 4. 5.

63 in 1984 (UGA 42, Vanderbilt 21), 1st 60 in 2012 (UGA 30, Tennessee 30), 1st 60 in 2011 (USC 31, UGA 29), 2nd 59 in 1988 (UGA 42, Wm. & Mary 17), 1st 55 in 1991 (UGA 35, Kentucky 20), 1st

MOST TDS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 72 in 2012 2. 70 in 2014 3. 67 in 2017

4. 58 in 2013 5. 54 in 1942, 2011 7. 53 in 2002, 2007

MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 7 games - 98 in 1895 8 games - 243 in 1913 9 games - 281 in 1910 10 games - 372 in 1946 11 games - 353 in 1971 12+ games - 537 in 2014 (13 games)

HIGHEST AVG. PTS. / GAME - SEASON: 7 games - 14.0 in 1895 8 games - 30.4 in 1913 9 games - 31.2 in 1910 10 games - 37.2 in 1946 11 games - 32.1 in 1971 12+ games - 37.8 in 2012 (14 games)

FEWEST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 7 games - 14 in 1909 8 games - 21 in 1901 9 games - 85 in 1919 10 games - 66 in 1956 11 games - 147 in 1977 12+ games - 319 in 2016 (13 games)

LOWEST AVG. PTS. / GAME - SEASON: 7 games - 8 games - 9 games -

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2.0 in 1909 2.6 in 1901 9.4 in 1919

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KICKING MOST FIELD GOALS - GAME: 1. 2.

6 vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 4 vs. Kentucky, 1970; Southern Miss, 1984 Clemson, 1984; South Carolina, 1986; Florida, 1986; Florida, 1993; Clemson, 1994; Kentucky, 1995; Ole Miss, 1999; Auburn, 2000; Florida State, 2003 (Sugar Bowl); South Carolina, 2007; Vanderbilt, 2011; Auburn, 2011; Nebraska, 2014; Kentucky, 2016; Missouri 2017

MOST FIELD GOALS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3 4.

31 in 2003 (38 att.) 6. 26 in 2002 (33 att.) 7. 24 in 2013 (26 att.) 8. 23 in 1984 (28 att.) 23 in 2005 (30 att.)

22 in 2011 (37 att.) 21 in 2017 (24 att.) 20 in 2010 (23 att.) 20 in 2009 (22 att.)

MOST PATS - GAME:

1. 10 vs. Furman, 1946; NE Louisiana, 1994

MOST PATS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

67 in 2014 64 in 2017 63 in 2012 57 in 2013 52 in 2002; 2011 50 in 2008

MOST CONSECUTIVE PATS:

1. 130 (101 by Rex Robinson, 1977-80; 29 by Kevin Butler, 1981)

PUNTING

MOST PUNT RET. FOR A TD - GAME: 1. 2 in 1971 (Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State tied NCAA Record)

MOST PUNT RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST PUNT RET. YARDS - GAME: 1. 202 vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 ret.) 2. 195 vs. Alabama, 1951 3. 178 vs. Western Kentucky, 2006

MOST PUNT RET. YARDS - SEASON: 1. 746 in 2002 2. 554 in 1949 554 in 1980 4. 506 in 1967 5. 505 in 2006

14 vs. Auburn, 1937 12 vs. Auburn, 1969 11 vs. Houston, 1967; Ole Miss, 1976 11 vs. Clemson, 1990; Alabama, 2015

MOST PUNTS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 5.

80 in 1972 73 in 1971 71 in 1969; 1973 70 in 1956

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 5.

60.7 vs. The Citadel, 1958 (3 punts) 57.0 vs. Okla. State, 2009 (6 punts) 55.2 vs. Arkansas, 2009 (4 punts) 55.2 vs. Ole Miss, 2011 (4 punts) 52.5 vs. Florida, 2009 (4 punts)

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

48.1 in 2009 (SEC Record) 45.3 in 1958 45.1 in 1984 6. 44.1 in 1986 44.6 in 2017 7. 43.9 in 2001 44.5 in 2010 8. 43.7 in 1960

PUNT RETURNS MOST PUNT RET. - GAME: 1. 2. 4.

9 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1992 8 vs. Alabama, 1951; North Carolina, 1955 7 vs. Auburn, 1948; Georgia Tech, 1948; Florida, 1971; TCU, 1980; South Carolina, 1992; New Mexico State, 2000

6. 503 in 1951 7. 492 in 1971 8. 456 in 2005 9. 455 in 1952 10. 440 in 1968

MOST PUNT RET. FOR A TD - SEASON:

1. 3 - in 1956; 2006; 2015 4. 2 - 7 times, most recent in 2002

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RET. - GAME: 1. 40.4 vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5x202)

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RET. - SEASON: 1. 17.58 in 2008 (24x422) 2. 16.48 in 1980 3. 15.18 in 1960 4. 14.92 in 2002 5. 14.89 in 1965 6. 14.85 in 2006 7. 14.14 in 2001 8. 13.82 in 2005 9. 13.79 in 1952 10. 13.76 in 2004

KICKOFF RETURNS

MOST PUNTS - GAME: 1. 2. 3.

50 in 2002 44 in 1992 41 in 1971 38 in 1984 37 in 1964

MOST KICKOFF RET. - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

60 in 2009 6. 45 in 2010 54 in 1990 45 in 1994 51 in 2008 8. 43 in 1974 50 in 2007 43 in 1993 48 in 2011 10. 42 in 1952

MOST KICKOFF RET. YARDS - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

252 vs. South Carolina, 2009 190 vs. Kentucky, 1977 187 vs. Alabama, 2008 186 vs. Georgia Tech, 1990 184 vs. South Carolina, 2011

MOST KICKOFF RET. YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,327 in 2009 1,191 in 1990 1,189 in 2007 1,076 in 2008 1,035 in 2011

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RET. - GAME (min. 4): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

36.0 vs. South Carolina, 2009 (7x252) 35.8 vs. Kentucky, 1990 (5x179) 35.7 vs. Buffalo, 2012 (4x143) 34.3 vs. Vanderbilt, 1989 (4x137) 33.0 vs. Miss. State, 1960 (4x132)

HIGHEST AVG GAIN PER RET. - SEASON: 1. 26.6 in 1947 2. 24.4 in 1973 3. 24.1 in 1988

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TEAM DEFENSE

GENERAL LONGEST WINNING STREAK: 1. 17 games, 1945-47 2. 15 games, 1941-42; 1979-81

LONGEST REGULAR-SEASON UNBEATEN STREAK: 1. 28 games, 1981-83

MOST FUMBLES - GAME:

1. 9 vs. South Carolina, 1977 2. 8 vs. Texas, 1958 3. 7 vs. Texas, 1957; Tennessee, 1992

MOST FUMBLES - SEASON: 1. 57 in 1977 2. 40 in 1976 3. 34 in 1975

MOST FUMBLES LOST - GAME:

1. 6 vs. South Carolina, 1977; Auburn, 1977

MOST FUMBLES LOST - SEASON: 1. 35 in 1977 2. 20 in 1976 3. 18 in 1963

LONGEST POSSESSION (Non-Scoring): By Georgia:

10:46 2002 vs. Ole Miss: 19 plays, 73 yards, Clock Expired, End of game 8:51 1975 vs. Ga. Tech: 20 plays, 73 yards, 19-yard FG Blocked

By Opponent:

10:50 Miss. State (1983): 20 plays, 71 yards, Missed 20-yard FG 7:51 Ole Miss (1996): 15 plays, 78 yards, INT

LONGEST SCORING POSSESSION: By Georgia:

8:45 1988 vs. Tennessee: 19 plays, 87 yards, TD 8:33 1997 vs. Kentucky: 16 plays, 62 yards, TD 7:47 1998 vs. Florida: 17 plays, 80 yards

By Opponent: 10:57 9:45 9:29

Florida (1993): 21 plays, 80 yards, TD UAB (2003): 18 plays, 75 yards, TD Ga. Southern (2004): 19 plays, 80 yards, TD

PENALTIES MOST YARDS PENALIZED - GAME: 1. 134 vs. Georgia Tech (14), 2001 2. 132 vs. Florida (14), 2012 3. 129 vs. Middle Tenn. State (18), 2003 4. 127 vs. Notre Dame (12), 2017 5. 112 vs. South Carolina (11), 2008 6. 108 vs. South Carolina (13), 2009

MOST YARDS PENALIZED - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,032 in 2003 (14 games) 938 in 2008 (13 games) 879 in 2002 (14 games) 878 in 2009 (13 games) 835 in 2017 (15 games)

MOST PENALTIES – GAME: 1. 2. 6.

18 vs. Middle Tenn. State, 2003 (129 yards) 14 vs. Florida, 2012 (132 yards) 14 vs. Arkansas, 2009 (93 yards) 14 vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (134 yards) 14 vs. Kentucky, 1999 (91 yards) 13 vs. Central Florida, 1999 (122 yards) 13 vs. Arkansas, 2001 (122 yards) 13 vs. Vanderbilt, 2004 (120 yards)

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FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED GAME: 1. minus 50 vs. Kentucky, 1999 2. minus 49 vs. VMI, 1967 3. minus 21 vs. Tennessee, 2011 4. minus 20 vs. The Citadel, 1958 5. minus 19 vs. Florida, 2011 6. minus 13 vs. Tennessee Tech, 2009

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED SEASON: 1. 596 in 1941 2. 797 in 1981 3. 976 in 1966

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED GAME: 1.

0 vs. Alabama, 1946 Georgia Tech, 1961 Mississippi State, 1967 Georgia Tech, 1977 Cal St. Fullerton, 1992

MOST POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games - 92 in 1903 8 games - 171 in 1901 9 games - 126 in 1914 10 games - 184 in 1951 11 games - 293 in 1990 12+ games - 377 in 2013 (13 games)

HIGHEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON: 7 games - 13.1 in 1903 8 games - 21.4 in 1901 9 games - 14.0 in 1914 10 games - 18.4 in 1951 11 games - 26.6 in 1990 12+ games - 29.0 in 2013 (13 games)

MOST SHUTOUTS:

9 game season - 7 in 1920 10 game season - 6 in 1921 and 1924 11 game season - 5 in 1942 12+ game season - 4 in 1971, 1976

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - GAME:

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED SEASON:

9 vs. Presbyterian, 1943 (SEC Record)

1. 642 in 1973 2. 673 in 1958 3. 683 in 1956

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON:

SACKS - SEASON (Since 1979):

YARDS OF INTERCEPTION RETURNS - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 35 in 1982 2. 33 in 1946

52 (-364 yards), 1981 45 (-315 yards), 2002 44 (-254 yards), 1989 42 (-294 yards), 2007 37 (-266 yards), 2004 35 (-266 yards), 2011 34 (-258 yards), 2017 33 (-222 yards), 2013 32 (-203 yards), 2012

1. 510 in 1948 2. 433 in 2002 3. 368 in 1980 4. 324 in 1966

INTERCEPTION TDs - SEASON:

1. 4 in 2000, 2002 3. 3 in 1949, 1966, 1997, 2008, 2010

TACKLES FOR LOSS - SEASON:

(Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count as a TFL):

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

116 in 2002 100 in 2011 93 in 2017 91 in 2012 90 in 2009; 2007, 2005

TOTAL DEFENSE - GAME: 1. 39 yards vs. The Citadel, 1958 2. 55 yards vs. Tenn. Tech, 2009

TOTAL DEFENSE - SEASON: 1. 1,429 yards in 1941 2. 2,053 yards in 1958 3. 2,090 yards in 1959

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON:

7 games - 38 in 1895 8 games - 45 in 1908 9 games - 17 in 1920 10 games - 31 in 1921 11 games - 65 in 1950 12+ games - 198 in 2004 (12 games)

LOWEST AVERAGE POINTS ALLOWED - SEASON:

7 games - 5.4 in 1895 8 games - 5.6 in 1908 9 games - 1.8 in 1920 10 games - 3.1 in 1921 11 games - 5.9 in 1950; 6.5 in 1937 12+ games - 14.5 in 2003 (14 games)

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RECORD BY DECADE 1890’s............................. 23-14-2 1900’s............................. 24-38-8 1910’s............................. 43-18-9 1920’s............................. 60-31-4 1930’s............................. 59-35-7 1940’s............................. 78-27-4 1950’s............................. 51-49-5 1960’s............................. 59-38-8 1970’s............................. 75-38-2 1980’s............................. 89-27-4 1990’s............................. 72-43-1 2000’s............................. 98-31-0 2010’s............................. 77-31-0 TOTAL ..............808-420-54

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RECORD IN OVERTIME: 8-6 (Home 1-1, Road 4-2, Neutral 3-3) 2018 (2017 season) - W, 54-48 vs. Oklahoma, 2OT; L, 23-26 vs. Alabama 2015 - W, 23-17 vs. Georgia Southern 2014 - L, 24-30 vs. Ga. Tech 2013 - W, 41-34 @ Ga. Tech; W, 34-31 @ Tennesssee 2012 - L, 30-33 vs. Mich. State, Outback Bowl; 2010 - L, 31-34, vs. Florida; 2007 - W, 26-23 @ Alabama; 2003 - W, 34-27 vs. Purdue, Capital One Bowl 2000 - L, 26-29 @ Auburn; W, 28-25 vs. Purdue, Outback Bowl 1999 - L, 48-51 @ Ga. Tech; 1996 - W, 56-49 @ Auburn Most OT Periods: 4 (@Auburn, 1996) Most Points Scored: 28 (@Auburn, 1996) Most Points Scored Both Teams in OT: 49 (@Auburn, 1996) Most TDs Scored: 4 (@Auburn, 1996) Most Passing Yards: 37 (@Auburn, 1996) Most Rushing Yards: 63 (@Auburn, 1996) Most Field Goals: 1 (5 times, vs. Purdue, @AU 2000; @Tenn., 2013; vs. OU, UA 2018) Shortest Drive: 4 plays, minus 5 yards (Mich. State, Result: FG, 2012) Longest Drive: 7 plays, 25 yards (@Auburn, 1996) Opponent’s Shortest Drive: 4 plays, 0 yards (@Alabama, Result: FG, 2007) 4 plays, 0 yards (Ga. Southern, Result: turnover on downs, 2015) Opponent’s Longest Drive: 8 plays, 40 yards (@Auburn, Result: TD, 1996)

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INDIVIDUAL

Most Points Scored: 18, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Most TDs Scored: 3, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Most FGs: 1, Hap Hines (PU, 2000); Billy Bennett (AU, 2000); Blair Walsh (MSU, 2012); Marshall Morgan (UT, 2013); Rodrigo Blankenship (OU &UA, 2017) Most Rushing Attempts: 10, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Most Rushing Yards: 60, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Longest Rush: 27, Sony Michel (Oklahoma, 2018) Longest Rushing TD: 27, Sony Michel (Oklahoma, 2018) Most Passing Attempts: 4, Aaron Murray (MSU, 2012) Most Completions: 3, Mike Bobo (AU, 1996) Most Passing Yards: 37, Mike Bobo (AU, 1996) Longest Completion: 25, Matthew Stafford to Mikey Henderson (UA, 2007) Longest TD Pass: 25, Matthew Stafford to Mikey Henderson (UA, 2007) Most Receptions: 3, Robert Edwards, 37 yards (AU, 1996) Most All-Purpose Yards (Rushing, Receiving): 97, Robert Edwards (60 Rush, 37 Rec. vs. AU, 1996)

georgia drives — longest and most notable 99 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 5, 1983, in Jacksonville Down 9-3 with 5:44 left in the third quarter, John Lastinger led the Bulldogs on a 16-play, 99-yard game-winning drive in 7:26. Barry Young scored on 1-yard run with 13:18 left to play. Final: Georgia 10, Florida 9. 99 Yards: UGA vs. Tennessee, Oct. 7, 2000, in Athens Leading 14-10 at the start of the fourth quarter, Quincy Carter directed the Bulldogs on a 10-play, 99-yard drive in 4:05. Musa Smith scored on a 1-yard run. Final: Georgia 21, Tennessee 10. 99 Yards - UGA vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 1, 2001, in Athens On the second possession of the 2001 season, redshirt freshman QB David Greene led the Bulldogs on an 11-play, 99-yard drive in 3:09 capped by a 3-yard run by Musa Smith giving Georgia a 14-0 lead. Final: Georgia 45, Arkansas State 17 *Georgia had 99-yard scoring drives in 2008 (vs. Central Michigan, 11 plays in 5:48 and made it 49-17) and in 2011 (@ Ole Miss, 8 plays in 4:00 and made it 17-0). 98 Yards: UGA vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 21, 1989, in Nashville Leading 21-10 with 11:10 left in the third quarter, Greg Talley led the Bulldogs 98 yards on 3 plays in 1:15. Big play was 93-yard TD pass to Kevin Maxwell. Final: Georgia 35, Vanderbilt 16. 98 Yards: UGA vs. Auburn, Nov. 15, 2014, in Athens Leading 27-7 in the fourth quarter, Hutson Mason directed the Bulldogs on an 11-play, 98-yard drive in 6:34 capped by an 11-yard TD run by Nick Chubb. Final: Georgia 34, Auburn 7 97 Yards: UGA vs. Kentucky, Nov. 6, 2004, in Lexington Leading 41-17 in the fourth quarter, D.J. Shockley led the Bulldogs on a 12-play, 97-yard drive that took 5:32. Shockley had two runs for 57 yards on the drive. Final: Georgia 62, Kentucky 17 97 Yards: UGA vs. Texas Tech, Sept 21, 1996, in Athens Down 12-7 with 2:57 left in the game, Mike Bobo directed the Bulldogs on a 10-play, 97-yard game-winning drive in 1:12 to score on 22-yard pass to Juan Daniels with 1:45 left. Final: Georgia 15, Texas Tech 12. 97 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 25, 1994, in Athens Leading 27-10 in the third quarter, Mike Bobo, in for the injured Eric Zeier, directed the Bulldogs on a 6-play, 97-yard drive in 2:10. Final: Georgia 48, Georgia Tech 10. 96 Yards: UGA vs. Auburn, Nov. 13, 1965, in Athens Down 14-6 in the second quarter, Kirby Moore led Georgia on 2-play, 96-yard drive including a 92-yard TD pass to Randy Wheeler with 6:58 to play in the half. Final: Auburn 21, Georgia 19. 95 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 7, 1981, in Jacksonville Down 21-20 with 10:16 left in the game, Buck Belue took the Bulldogs on a game-win-

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ning 17-play, 95 yard drive in 7:45. Herschel Walker scores on 1-yard run with 2:31 left to play. Final: Georgia 26, Florida 21. 94 Yards: UGA vs. Purdue, Jan. 1, 2000 in Tampa Georgia trailed 25-0 at one point and 25-10 at the half. Down 25-18 with 7:28 left Quincy Carter led the Bulldogs on a 13-play 94-yard TD drive in 6:09 to tie the game at 25 on an eight-yard pass to Randy McMichael. Georgia won the game in OT. Final: Georgia 28, Purdue 25 93 Yards: UGA vs. Florida, Nov. 8, 1980, in Jacksonville Down 21-20 with 1:35 left, Buck Belue hit Lindsay Scott on 93-yard TD pass with 1:04 to play to climax 3-play, 93-yard game-winning drive. Final: Georgia 26, Florida 21. 84 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Dec. 2, 1978, in Athens Down 28-21 with 5:52 left in the game, Buck Belue led the Bulldogs on a 9-play, 84 yard game-winning drive in 3:37. Belue hit Amp Arnold on 42-yard TD pass with 2:24 left. Arnold scored two point conversation on pitch from Belue. Final: Georgia 29, Georgia Tech 28. 75 Yards: UGA vs. Alabama, Sept. 18, 1965, in Athens Down 17-10 with three minutes to play, QB Kirby Moore led Georgia on a two-play, 75-yard game-winning drive and two-point conversion. On second and eight from the Georgia 27-yard line, he completed the “flea-flicker” pass to end Pat Hodgson, who lateraled to HB Bob Taylor, who streaked down the sideline for a 73-yard TD with 2:08 to play. Moore completed a two-point conversion pass to Hodgson to give Georgia the win over the defending national champions. Final: Georgia 18, Alabama 17. 65 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 25, 1971, in Atlanta Down 24-21 with 1:29 left in the game, Andy Johnson took the Bulldogs on a game-winning drive of 65 yards in 11 plays and 1:15. RB Jimmy Poulos scored with :14 left to play. Final: Georgia 28, Georgia Tech 24. 65 Yards: UGA vs. Ga. Tech, Nov. 29, 1997, in Atlanta Down 24-21 with :48 left in the game, QB Mike Bobo engineered a four-play, 65-yard game-winning drive in 40 seconds. Bobo hit WR Corey Allen with an eight-yard TD pass with :08 to play. Two-point conversion attempt failed. Final: Georgia 27, Georgia Tech 24. 59 Yards: UGA vs. Tennessee, Oct. 6, 2001, in Knoxville Down 24-20 with 44 seconds to play David Greene led the Bulldogs on a 59-yard game winning touchdown drive in 37 seconds highlighted by a 6-yard pass to Verron Haynes with 5 seconds to go. It was Georgia's first win in Knoxville since 1980. Final: Georgia 26, Tennessee 24. 59 Yards: UGA vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 1, 2018 in Pasadena, Calif. Trailing the Sooners 45-38 with 3:22 left in regulation, Georgia needed seven plays to go 59 yards for the tying score. Jake Fromm completed two passes to Terry Godwin, the latter a 16-yarder on third-and-10 to the OU 7-yard line. From the “Wild Dawg” formation, Nick Chubb sprinted through the line on a 2-yard sweep with 55 seconds left, setting up the dramatic overtime periods in the 2018 Rose Bowl Game. Final: Georgia 54, Oklahoma 48

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opponents records

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Most Passing Yards By Opposing Team

Yds School 528 Kentucky 421 Kentucky 419 South Carolina

Comp.-Att.-TD 39-58-2 33-53-4 35-52-3

Date Score Site 10-21-00 34-30 Lexington 10-23-99 49-34 Athens 9-2-95 42-23 Athens

Most Passing Yards By Opposing Player

Yds Player/School Comp.-Att.-TD Date 528 Jared Lorenzen, UK 39-58-2 10-21-00 421 Dusty Bonner, UK 33-52-4 10-23-99 416 Ben Leard, Auburn 24-32-4 11-13-99 408 Kerwin Bell, Florida 33-49-0 9-9-85 408 Ryan Mallett, Arkansas 21-39-0 9-19-09 407 Rex Grossman, Florida 35-27-2 10-27-01

Score Site 34-30 Lexington 49-34 Athens 21-38 Athens 24-3 Jacksonville 52-41 Fayetteville 10-24 Jacksonville

Most Passing TDs By Opposing Player

TDs Player/School Comp.-Att.-Yds Date Score Site 5 Danny Wuerffel, Florida 14-17-242 10-28-95 17-52 Athens 5 Ryan Mallett, Arkansas 21-39-408 9-19-09 52-41 Fayetteville 4 by eight different players (recent: Drew Lock, Missouri, 2017)

Most Rushing Yards By Opposing Team

Yds School 430 Auburn 418 Florida 415 Vanderbilt 411 Georgia Tech 409 Georgia Tech

Rushes-TDs 63-3 60-5 71-4 77-5 56-5

Date Score Site 11-18-78 22-22 Auburn 11-1-14 20-38 Jacksonville 10-15-94 30-43 Athens 11-27-10 42-34 Athens 11-29-08 42-45 Athens

Most Rushing Yards By Opposing Player

Yds Player/School Rushes-TDs Date Score Site 250 Joe Cribbs, Auburn 34-2 11-18-78 22-22 Auburn 232 Jamal Lewis, Tennessee 22-0 10-11-97 13-38 Knoxville 230 Paul Gipson, Houston 37-1 11-02-68 10-10 Athens

Most Rushing TDs By Opposing Player

TDs Player/School Rushes/Yds 4 James Stewart, Tennessee 24/211 3 Anthony Jennings, UL Laf. 16/93 Onterio McCalebb, Auburn 12/71 3 3 Randall Cobb, Kentucky 18/82 3 Tim Tebow, Florida 12/45 3 Arian Foster, Tennessee 17/98 3 Steve Slaton, W. Virginia 26/204 Derek Watson, S. Carolina 20/106 3 3 James Bostic, Auburn 19/183

Date 9-10-94 11-16-16 11-13-10 11-8-08 11-1-08 10-6-07 1-2-06 9-9-00 11-13-93

Most Receptions By Opposing Player

Rec. Player/School Yards-TD’s 17 Keith Edwards, Vanderbilt 141-0 13 Brad Gaines, Vanderbilt 168-0 12 Andrew Peacock, App. St. 90-0 12 Carlos Perez, Florida 76-0

Date 10-15-83 10-21-89 11-09-13 11-02-02

Score Site 23-41 Athens 35-21 Athens 31-49 Auburn 42-38 Lexington 10-49 Jacksonville 14-35 Knoxville 35-38 Atlanta 10-21 Columbia 28-42 Athens Score Site 20-13 Nashville 35-16 Nashville 45-6 Athens 13-20 Jacksonville

Most Receiving Yards By Opposing Player

Yds 252 249 196 183 181

Player, School Rec.-TD’s Andre Rison, Mich. St. 9-3 Ronnie Danniels, Auburn 9-2 J’Mon Moore, Missouri 8-2 Tyrone Young, Florida 10-0 Wesley Walker, Cal 4-2

Date 1-1-89 11-13-99 9-17-16 11-8-80 9-11-76

Score Site 34-27 Jacksonville 21-38 Athens 28-27 Columbia 26-21 Jacksonville 36-24 Athens

largest MARGINS OF VICTORY Margin Year Opponent........................................Score

108 101 81 79 76 75 69 67 67 66 66 64 64 63

1913 Ala. Presbyterian................................. 108-0 1910 Locust Grove....................................... 101-0 1941 @ Mercer............................................... 81-0 1910 Gordon................................................... 79-0 1958 Citadel................................................... 76-0 1942 Florida (Jacksonville)............................ 75-0 1922 Newberry............................................. 82-13 1943 Tennessee Tech...................................... 67-0 1944 Presbyterian........................................... 67-0 1894 @ Augusta AC....................................... 66-0 2014 Troy....................................................... 66-0 1994 NE Louisiana......................................... 70-6 1915 Dahlonega.............................................. 64-0 1946 @ Furman.............................................. 70-7

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Most Receiving TDs By Opposing Player

TDs Player/School Rec.-Yards Date Score 4 J. Whalen/Kentucky 10-151 10-23-99 49-34 3 by several players

Site Athens

Most Points By Opponent in a Win Points Opponent Score 60 Southern California 60-0 55 North Carolina 55-0 52 Florida 52-14 52 Florida 52-17 Ga. Tech 51-48 (OT) 51 51 Tennessee 51-33

Year Site 1931 Los Angeles 1900 Raleigh 1994 Gainesville 1995 Athens 1999 Atlanta 2006 Athens

Most Points By Opponent in a Loss Points Opponent 49 Auburn 48 Oklahoma 44 Tennessee 41 LSU 41 Arkansas 38 LSU/Kentucky

Score 56-49 (4OT) 54-48 (2 OT) 51-44 44-41 52-41 52-38/42-38

Year Site 1996 Auburn 2018 Pasadena, Calif. 2012 Athens 2013 Athens 2009 Fayetteville 2008 Baton Rouge/Lex.

Most Points By Georgia in a Loss Points Opponent 48 Georgia Tech 42 South Carolina 42 Georgia Tech 38 Auburn 35 Clemson 35 West Virginia

Score 51-48 (OT) 45-42 45-42 43-38 38-35 38-35

Year Site 1999 Atlanta 2011 Athens 2008 Athens 2013 Auburn 2013 Clemson 2006 Atlanta

Longest Touchdown Plays Against Georgia Rush

95 yards: Jessie Fatherree, LSU (1935); LSU 13-0 in Athens

Pass

99 yards: Tommy Armstrong to Quincy Enuwa, Nebraska (2014); Nebraska 2419 in Jacksonville, Fla. (2014 Gator Bowl)

Interception Return

98 yards: John Liptak, Auburn (1947); Georgia 28-6 in Columbus, Ga.

Kickoff Return

100 yards: Several times, Most Recent: Leonard Scott, Tennessee (1999); UT 37-20 in Knoxville, Tenn.

Punt Return

96 yards: John Hovious, Ole Miss (1940); Ole Miss 28-14 in Athens

Fumble Return

62 yards: Caleb Williams, Ga. Southern (2015); Georgia 23-17 in Athens

Return of a Field Goal Attempt

100 yards: Richie Luzzi, Clemson (1968) on a 47-yard att.; Georgia 31-13 in Athens

Longest Field Goal Against Georgia

59 yards: Cloyce Hinton, Ole Miss (1969); Ole Miss 25-18 in Jackson, Miss.

largest MARGINS OF DEFEAT Margin Year Opponent.........................................Score

60 55 48 47 47 46 44 44 44 42 40 40 40 39

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@ Southern California............................ 60-0 vs. North Carolina (Raleigh).................. 55-0 @ Georgia Tech...................................... 48-0 @ Sewanee............................................. 47-0 @ Vanderbilt........................................... 47-0 @ Georgia Tech...................................... 46-0 vs. North Carolina (Macon).................... 44-0 vs. Auburn (Atlanta)............................... 44-0 Georgia Tech........................................... 44-0 @ Georgia Tech...................................... 48-6 @ Yale.................................................... 40-0 @ LSU.................................................... 47-7 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)....................... 47-7 vs. Florida (Jacksonville)..................... 49-10

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1942 1947 1949 1954 1955 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001

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Start of 4th Big Winning Play ....................................................................................................................................Clock.......Final

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0-0 0-0 0-0 7-7 14-13 13-0 0-0 7-7 13-7 17-14 6-0 7-3 7-3 14-14 7-0 17-10 7-6 35-21 17-17 0-0 15-14 10-10 17-17 20-14 7-6 34-32 17-17 7-7 24-21 13-7 7-0 31-21 31-31 10-9 24-21 7-3 27-27 10-10 13-12 13-10 7-6 16-7 28-21 21-17 15-9 21-20 21-20 14-7 22-22 13-10 14-13 9-3 9-3 23-23 12-10 13-10 24-21 14-10 17-7 35-35 17-12 16-6 10-3 14-14 28-27 30-27 14-7 6-0 14-28 24-21 27-21 16-13 17-3 17-9 25-18 24-20

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Red Boyd blocked punt for Rose Bowl safety.................................................................................................... 11:58*............9-0 Johnny Rauch 22-yard pass to Dan Edwards........................................................................................................8:17*..........13-7 Billy Mixon 1-yard. run........................................................................................................................................10:03............7-0 Jimmy Harper 32-yard pass to Jimmy Williams..................................................................................................... 7:30..........14-7 Joe Graff 24-yard field goal..................................................................................................................................... 4:00........16-14 Dick Young 1-yard run (Joe Comfort PAT)............................................................................................................. 3:20........14-13 Ken Cooper 36-yard field goal (then-Sanford record)............................................................................................ 1:30............3-0 Ken Cooper 29-yard field goal ............................................................................................................................. 10:57........16-13 Fran Tarkenton championship-clinching 13-yard pass to Bill Herron (Pennington PAT)...................................... 0:30........14-13 Durward Pennington 25-yard field goal.................................................................................................................. 0:08........20-17 Bill Godfrey 2-yard plunge (Pennington PAT) (Butts’ final game, Pat Dye blocked GT PAT)............................ 14:26............7-6 Bill McKenney 2-yard run...................................................................................................................................... 6:49........17-14 Larry Rakestraw 38-yard pass to Ray Clark......................................................................................................... 13:01..........10-7 Bill McCullough booming 48-yard field goal....................................................................................................... 13:52........30-21 Bobby Etter 5-yard scoop and run off fumbled snap on field goal attempt............................................................ 8:25..........14-7 Kirby Moore to Pat Hodgson to Bob Taylor 73-yard flea flicker (Moore to Hodgson on 2-point pass)................ 2:08........18-17 Preston Ridlehuber 10-yard pass to Pat Hodgson................................................................................................... 4:11..........15-7 Preston Ridlehuber 31-yard dash off tackle............................................................................................................ 4:52........47-35 Bobby Etter 19-yard field goal................................................................................................................................ 2:08........20-17 Kirby Moore 6-yard sprint...................................................................................................................................... 5:27............7-0 Lynn Hughes 10-yard jaunt................................................................................................................................... 13:00........27-15 Lynn Hughes spectacular 39-yard INT return....................................................................................................... 10:21........27-10 Kent Lawrence 14-yard dash................................................................................................................................... 9:35........24-17 Mike Cavan 15-yard pass to Kent Lawrence (Jim McCullough PAT).................................................................... 7:05........21-20 Kent Lawrence 7-yard run..................................................................................................................................... 11:37..........21-7 Paul Gilbert 10-yard run (Dogs down 21-3 in 2nd Q)............................................................................................ 8:41........52-34 Ricky Lake 4-yard run........................................................................................................................................... 12:07........31-17 Ricky Lake 2-yard run............................................................................................................................................. 8:54..........17-7 Jimmy Poulos glorious 1-yard dive (65 yards in 1:15)........................................................................................... 0:14........28-24 Andy Johnson 1-yard run (Kim Braswell PAT).................................................................................................... 14:02........14-13 Kim Braswell 37-yard field goal............................................................................................................................. 0:50..........10-7 Andy Johnson 8-yard dash on a bounce.................................................................................................................. 1:09........35-31 Matt Robinson 1-yard run ...................................................................................................................................... 0:24........38-31 Horace King 5-yard run (Appleby run)................................................................................................................. 13:21........17-16 Kevin McLee 14-yard run ...................................................................................................................................... 9:56........28-24 Richard Appleby 80-yard bomb to Gene Washington ............................................................................................ 3:12..........10-7 Ray Goff 5-yard run (Dogs down 27-13 at Half).................................................................................................. 12:42........41-27 Allan Leavitt 33-yard field goal to clinch 10-1....................................................................................................... 0:05........13-10 Rex Robinson 22-yard field goal (Dooley’s 100th Win) ........................................................................................ 6:33........15-13 Jeff Pyburn 4-yard run on option keeper .............................................................................................................. 11:20........24-13 Willie McClendon 16-yard run............................................................................................................................... 2:55........16-14 Rex Robinson “Yeah!, Yeah!, Yeah!” 29-yard field goal........................................................................................ 0:03........17-16 Buck Belue 42-yard pass to Amp Arnold; (Arnold 2-point run)............................................................................ 2:24........29-28 Buck Belue 19-yard pass to Norris Brown.............................................................................................................. 8:44........24-21 H. Walker 9-yard sweep (Rex Robinson PAT)...................................................................................................... 11:16........16-15 Miracle Buck Belue 93-yard pass to Lindsay Scott................................................................................................ 1:03........26-21 Herschel Walker 1-yard dive (17-play, 95-yard drive) ........................................................................................... 2:31........26-21 Kevin Butler 44-yard field goal .............................................................................................................................. 1:11........17-14 John Lastinger 1-yard sneak.................................................................................................................................. 13:27........29-22 Barry Young 7-yard run......................................................................................................................................... 10:16........27-13 Herschel Walker 3-yard run..................................................................................................................................... 8:42........19-14 Barry Young 1-yard run (16-p, 99-yard drive)...................................................................................................... 13:18..........10-9 John Lastinger 17-yard burst to glory .................................................................................................................... 3:22..........10-9 Kevin Butler Sanford-shaking 60-yard field goal................................................................................................... 0:11........26-23 Cleveland Gary 6-yard run...................................................................................................................................... 8:45........18-12 Peter Anderson recovered fumble in end zone........................................................................................................ 8:25........20-13 Lars Tate 5-yard run................................................................................................................................................ 4:38........31-24 Lars Tate 5-yard run................................................................................................................................................ 1:08........17-14 John Kasay 39-yard Liberty-winning field goal...................................................................................................... 0:00........20-17 Tim Worley 26-yard run.......................................................................................................................................... 0:17........42-35 Larry Ware 5-yard run............................................................................................................................................. 6:04........18-17 John Kasay 40-yard field goal................................................................................................................................. 1:31........17-16 Garrison Hearst 5-yard run...................................................................................................................................... 8:54........19-15 Frank Harvey 1-yard run......................................................................................................................................... 4:32........21-14 Eric Zeier 8-yard pass to Shannon Mitchell.......................................................................................................... 13:17........33-28 Eric Zeier 28-yard pass to Háson Graham.............................................................................................................. 4:08........34-30 Kanon Parkman, 34-yard field goal......................................................................................................................... 0:47........18-17 Mike Bobo 22-yard pass to Juan Daniels (Donnan's first UGA win)...................................................................... 1:45........15-12 Mike Bobo 30-yard pas to Corey Allen (1st SEC OT game).................................................................................. 0:00........56-49 Mike Bobo 8-yard pass to Corey Allen..................................................................................................................... :08........27-24 Olandis Gary 2-yard run........................................................................................................................................ 12:52........35-33 LB Will Witherspoon deflects two-point pass attempt............................................................................................ 0:18........23-22 Quincy Carter 25-yard TD pass to Patrick Pass to take lead 20-17....................................................................... 8:58........27-17 Hap Hines 48-yard field goal ............................................................................................................................. 5:24........20-17 Quincy Carter 8-yard pass to Randy McMichael to tie 25-25 and send into OT.................................................... 1:19........28-25 David Greene 6-yard pass to Verron Haynes caps a 39-second drive..................................................................... 0.05........26-24

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georgia vs. top 25 teams

2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions Year

Opponent (Site)

Start of 4th Big Winning Play ....................................................................................................................................Clock.......Final

Kentucky (H) 29-29 2002 Clemson (H) 28-28 Alabama (A) 25-24 Auburn (A) 21-17 2003 UAB (H) 13-13 Purdue (Capital One) 27-27 2004 South Carolina (A) 16-13 2005 Georgia Tech (A) 7-7 2006 Colorado (H) 0-13 Georgia Tech (H) 7-12 Virginia Tech (Chick-fil-A) 13-21 2007 Alabama (A) 20-23* Vanderbilt (A) 14-17 2008 Kentucky (A) 35-38 Auburn (A) 13-10 2009 Arizona State (H) 17-14 Auburn (H) 24-24 2011 Florida (Jax.) 20-17 2013 Nebraska (Capital One) 31-31 LSU (H) 34-27 Tennessee (A) 17-17 Georgia Tech (A) 20-17 2015 Missouri (H) 6-6 Auburn (A) 10-10 Georgia Southern (H) 14-14 2016 North Carolina (N) 23-24 Missouri (A) 21-27 Kentucky (A) 16-21 TCU (N) 21-23 2017 Notre Dame (A) 17-16 Oklahoma (N) (Rose) 31-31 *time of score is estimate

David Greene 56-yard TD pass to Fred Gibson to start the 4th quarter................................................................ 14:09........43-29 Billy Bennett 43-yard field goal.............................................................................................................................. 5:19........31-28 Billy Bennett 32-yard field goal.............................................................................................................................. 0:38........27-25 David Greene 19-yard pass to Michael Johnson on 4th and 15.............................................................................. 1:25........24-21 Billy Bennett 31-yard field goal............................................................................................................................ 12:57........16-13 Kregg Lumpkin 1-yard run; Tony Taylor interception ends Purdue’s OT possession.............................................. :00........34-27 Georgia never trailed in regulation but Purdue tied the game on a FG with :49 left in the fourth quarter David Greene 22-yard to Reggie Brown completes rally from 16-0 deficit........................................................... 9:56........20-16 D.J. Shockley 19-yard pass to Bryan McClendon breaks 7-7 tie with 3:18 remaining.......................................... 3:18..........14-7 Joe Cox 20-yard pass to Martrez Milner completes rally......................................................................................... :46........14-13 Matthew Stafford 4-yard pass to Mohamed Massaquoi answers Tech TD with 8:50 left...................................... 1:45........15-12 Brannan Southerland 1-yard run caps 28 unanswered as Dogs rally from 21-3 deficit at half............................... 7:30........31-24 * OT Score Matthew Stafford 25-yard pass to Mikey Henderson on first play of offense in OT............................. :00........26-23 Georgia never trailed in regulation but fell behind in OT after Alabama kicked FG on its possession Brandon Coutu 37-yard field goal............................................................................................................................. :00........20-17 Matthew Stafford 11-yard pass to A.J. Green gives Dogs lead; Demarcus Dobbs interception seals it................. 1:54........42-38 Matthew Stafford 17-yard pass to A.J. Green......................................................................................................... 8:24........17-13 Blair Walsh 37-yard field goal as time expired; second of two fourth-quarter FGs by Walsh.................................. :00........20-17 Caleb King 23-yard TD run; Rambo PBU helps thwart AU drive.......................................................................... 6:52........31-24 Richard Samuel 4-yard TD run; Defense blanks Gators final 13:18, allowing only 7 yards of offense............... 13:18........24-20 Aaron Murray 24-yard pass to Keith Marshall gives Dogs lead; Defense blanks Nebraska in the 4th quarter......... 14:52........45-31 Trailed #6 LSU 41-37 with 4:14 left; Aaron Murray 25-yard TD pass to Justin Scott Wesley.............................. 1:47........44-41 Aaron Murray 2-yard TD pass to Rantavious Wooten with 5 sec. left in reg.; Marshall Morgan 42-yd FG in OT........OT........34-31 Trailed 20-0 in the 2nd quarter and 34-27 in OT; Todd Gurley 25-yard rushing TD in second OT.......................2OT........41-34 Tied 6-6 late in 4th quarter; Marshall Morgan 34-yard FG with 1:44 remaining wins it....................................... 1:44............9-6 Isaiah McKenzie 53-yard punt return TD with 9:28 left put UGA ahead for good................................................ 9:28........20-13 Marshall Morgan’s 43-yard FG with 6:06 left tied the score at 17; Sony Michel 25-yard rushing TD in OT..........OT........23-17 Nick Chubb clinched the game on a 55-yard TD run.............................................................................................. 3:34........33-24 Jacob Eason tossed a 20-yard TD pass to Isaiah McKenzie on 4th-and-10............................................................ 1:29........28-27 Rodrigo Blankenship kicked a 25-yard FG as time expired................................................................................... 0:00........27-24 Nick Chubb & Sony Michel gain all 70 yards in clinching drive that ended on Chubb’s 13-yard TD run............ 2:48........31-23 Blankenship 30-yard FG caps 63-yard drive to reclaim lead; Dogs’ defense forces key ND fumble late.............. 3:34........20-19 Dogs force OT with late score; L. Carter blocks OU field goal in 2nd OT; S. Michel 27-yd. run wins it................OT........54-48

Georgia’s Record vs. Ranked Opponents

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1936-2016, Associated Press Poll Overall: 97-134-8 (239 games) Home: 35-49-2; Away: 26-50-4; Neutral: 36-35-2

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GEORGIA 7, #3 Fordham 7.................................New York, N.Y. #19 NYU 14, GEORGIA 13................................New York, N.Y. GEORGIA 7, #20 Columbia 3.............................New York, N.Y. #2 GEORGIA 21, #3 Alabama 10..................................... Atlanta #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0....................................ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 9, #13 UCLA 0.......................... *Pasadena, Calif. #14 Ga. Tech 48, GEORGIA 0.......................................... Atlanta GEORGIA 14, #19 Alabama 7......................... Birmingham, Ala. #6 Alabama, 28, GEORGIA 14........................ Birmingham, Ala. #18 GEORGIA 20, #17 Tulsa 6........................ %Houston, Texas #8 GEORGIA 28, #19 Kentucky 13..............................ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0..................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7....................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 20, #9 UNC 10......................... $New Orleans, La. #9 Ga. Tech 7, GEORGIA 0.............................................. Atlanta #15 Kentucky 25, GEORGIA 0............................ Lexington, Ky. GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7.....................................ATHENS GEORGIA 0, #11 UNC 0...............................................ATHENS #10 Maryland 43, GEORGIA 7.....................................ATHENS #6 Ga. Tech 48, GEORGIA 6............................................ Atlanta #4 Maryland 37, #19 GEORGIA 0................................ATHENS #19 Alabama 34, GEORGIA 19....................... Birmingham, Ala. #3 Ga. Tech 23, GEORGIA 9.........................................ATHENS #4 Maryland 40, GEORGIA 13.......................College Park, Md. #20 Auburn 39, GEORGIA 18.............................. Columbus, Ga. #10 Ga. Tech 28, GEORGIA 12........................................ Atlanta #15 Ole Miss 26, GEORGIA 13....................................... Atlanta #12 Auburn 16, GEORGIA 13.............................. Columbus, Ga. #9 Ga. Tech 21, GEORGIA 3............................................ Atlanta GEORGIA 7, #11 Miami, Fla. 7................................ Miami, Fla. #13 Florida 28, GEORGIA 0............................ Jacksonville, Fla. #4 Ga. Tech 35, GEORGIA 0.........................................ATHENS

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#10 Michigan 26, GEORGIA 0.........................Ann Arbor, Mich. #15 Navy 27, GEORGIA 14..................................... Norfolk, Va. #3 Auburn 6, GEORGIA 0.................................... Columbus, Ga. #11 Texas 13, GEORGIA 8..................................... Austin, Texas #19 Florida 7, GEORGIA 6.............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #4 Auburn 21, GEORGIA 6.................................. Columbus, Ga. #16 S. Carolina 30, #13 GEORGIA 14 ................Columbia, S.C. #12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13..................................ATHENS #6 GEORGIA, 14, #18 Missouri 0........................... +Miami, Fla. #10 Auburn 9, GEORGIA 6.................................... Auburn, Ala. #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 6.........................................ATHENS #3 Alabama 35, GEORGIA 0........................... Birmingham, Ala. #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 7.........................................ATHENS #9 Auburn 14, GEORGIA 0...........................................ATHENS #6 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 3..............................Tuscaloosa, Ala. #10 Fla. State 17, GEORGIA 14....................................ATHENS GEORGIA 14, #9 Florida 7.............................. Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17.......................................ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 15, #7 Michigan 7....................Ann Arbor, Mich. GEORGIA 27, #7 Florida 10............................ Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14..................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 24, #10 SMU 9............................. @Dallas, Texas GEORGIA 17, #9 Tennessee 17......................... Knoxville, Tenn. #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7...............................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 10, #15 Houston 10................................ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 17, #12 Auburn 3.............................. Auburn, Ala. #9 Arkansas 16, #4 GEORGIA 2.................... $New Orleans, La. #3 Tennessee 17, #11 GEORGIA 3,...............................ATHENS #16 GEORGIA 13, #13 Florida 13................... Jacksonville, Fla. #11 Auburn 16, #16 GEORGIA 3..................................ATHENS #14 Nebraska 45, GEORGIA 6............................<El Paso, Texas #5 Ole Miss 31, GEORGIA 21......................................ATHENS GEORGIA 31, #8 Auburn 17................................... Auburn, Ala. #16 Ga. Tech 17, GEORGIA 7.......................................ATHENS #6 Auburn 35, #7 GEORGIA 20....................................ATHENS #4 Alabama 25, GEORGIA 7.........................................ATHENS #13 Tennessee 14, GEORGIA 0.....................................ATHENS

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#11 Auburn 27, GEORGIA 10................................. Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12..................................ATHENS #3 Alabama 28, GEORGIA 14............................Tuscaloosa, Ala. GEORGIA 35, #11 Tennessee 31....................... Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #18 Maryland 16.................................... >Atlanta GEORGIA 17, #6 Florida 16............................ Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 13, #7 Auburn 17................................... Auburn, Ala. #15 Miami (Ohio) 21, GEORGIA 10)..................... Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 10, #11 Florida 7............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #18 Arkansas 31, #12 GEORGIA 10................... (Dallas, Texas) #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24............................ATHENS #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0..................................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17.............................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 41, #10 Florida 27..................... Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Pittsburgh 27, #5 GEORGIA 3................... $New Orleans, La. #10 Alabama 18, GEORGIA 10.........................Tuscaloosa, Ala. #8 Kentucky 33, GEORGIA 0.......................................ATHENS GEORGIA 24, #11 LSU 17............................... Baton Rouge, La. GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14...........................................ATHENS #15 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 13.......................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10............................ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 26, #20 Florida 21..................... Jacksonville, Fla. #1 GEORGIA 17, #7 Notre Dame 10............. $New Orleans, La. #10 Pittsburgh 24, #2 GEORGIA 20............... $New Orleans, La. #6 GEORGIA 13, #11 Clemson 7..................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 44. #20 Florida 0....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #2 Penn State 27, #1 GEORGIA 23................ $New Orleans, La. #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8...................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 10, #9 Florida 9......................... Jacksonville, Fla. #3 Auburn 13, #4 GEORGIA 7......................................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 10, #2 Texas 9............................... @Dallas, Texas #20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23................................ATHENS #10 Florida 27, #8 GEORGIA 0....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #18 Auburn 21, #15 GEORGIA 12.......................... Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 17, #15 Florida State 17.....................&Orlando, Fla. #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #14 Auburn 24, #12 GEORGIA 10................................ATHENS GEORGIA 14, #16 LSU 23.............................. Baton Rouge, La. GEORGIA 20, #8 Auburn 16................................... Auburn, Ala. #8 Clemson 21, #18 GEORGIA 20........................ Clemson, S.C. #7 LSU 26, #16 GEORGIA 23......................................ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 23, #17 Florida 10................... Jacksonville, Fla. #12 Auburn 27, #8 GEORGIA 11..................................ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17............................ATHENS #14 S. Carolina 23, #6 GEORGIA 10...................Columbia, S.C. #9 Auburn 20, #17 GEORGIA 10............................ Auburn, Ala. #6 Tennessee 17, GEORGIA 14......................... Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #20 Florida 10.......................... Jacksonville, Fla. #10 Auburn 20, GEORGIA 3.........................................ATHENS #16 Clemson 34, GEORGIA 3............................... Clemson, S.C. #24 Ole Miss 28, GEORGIA 12....................................ATHENS #10 Florida 38, GEORGIA 7............................ Jacksonville, Fla. #24 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 10................................. Auburn, Ala. #2 Ga. Tech 40, GEORGIA 23.......................................ATHENS GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12.......................................ATHENS #22 GEORGIA 37, #23 Ole Miss 17......................Oxford, Miss. #6 Florida 45, #23 GEORGIA 13..................... Jacksonville, Fla. #20 Tennessee 34, #14 GEORGIA 31............................ATHENS #20 Florida 26, #7 GEORGIA 24.................... Jacksonville, Fla. #8 GEORGIA 21, #15 Ohio State 14....................&Orlando, Fla. #11 Tennessee 38, #24 GEORGIA 6.................. Knoxville, Tenn. #9 Florida 33, GEORGIA 26............................ Jacksonville, Fla. #7 Auburn 42, GEORGIA 28.........................................ATHENS #19 Tennessee 41, GEORGIA 23...................................ATHENS #11 Alabama 29, GEORGIA 28....................... Birmingham, Ala. #5 Florida 52, GEORGIA 14..............................Gainesville, Fla. GEORGIA 23, #3 Auburn 23................................... Auburn, Ala. #8 Tennessee 30, GEORGIA 27......................... Knoxville, Tenn. #20 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 0.......................................ATHENS #3 Florida 52, GEORGIA 17.........................................ATHENS #20 Auburn 37, GEORGIA 31.......................................ATHENS #18 Virginia 34, GEORGIA 27...................................... >Atlanta #7 Tennessee 29, GEORGIA 17.....................................ATHENS #1 Florida 47, GEORGIA 7.............................. Jacksonville, Fla.

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2017 SEC Champions W GEORGIA 56, #20 Auburn 49 (4 OT)..................... Auburn, Ala. L #9 Tennessee 38, #13 GEORGIA 13.................. Knoxville, Tenn. W #14 GEORGIA 37, #6 Florida 17..................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #16 Auburn 45, #7 GEORGIA 34..................................ATHENS W #12 GEORGIA 28, #6 LSU 27.......................... Baton Rouge, La L #5 Tennessee 22, #7 GEORGIA 3.................................ATHENS L #6 Florida 38, #11 GEORGIA 7 ....................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #17 Ga. Tech 21, #12 GEORGIA 19 .............................ATHENS W #19 GEORGIA 35, #13 Virginia 33.................................. Atlanta L #6 Tennessee 37, #10 GEORGIA 20................. Knoxville, Tenn. L #5 Florida 30, #10 GEORGIA 14..................... Jacksonville, Fla. W #21 GEORGIA 20, #16 Ole Miss 17......................Oxford, Miss. L #20 Ga. Tech 51, #16 GEORGIA 48 (OT).................Atlanta, Ga. W #21 GEORGIA 28, #19 Purdue 25 (OT).................... Tampa, Fla. W #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tennessee 10............................ATHENS L #8 Florida 34, #13 GEORGIA 23..................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #22 Auburn 29, #14 GEORGIA 26 (OT)................. Auburn, Ala. L #18 Georgia Tech 27, #19 GEORGIA 15.......................ATHENS L #21 South Carolina 14, #25 GEORGIA 9......................ATHENS W GEORGIA 26, #6 Tennessee 24......................... Knoxville, Tenn. L #6 Florida 24, #19 GEORGIA 10..................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #24 Auburn 24, #19 GEORGIA 17................................ATHENS W #19 GEORGIA 31, #21 Ga.Tech 17.................................. Atlanta W #7 GEORGIA 27, #22 Alabama 25.................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. W #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13..............................ATHENS W #7 GEORGIA 24, #24 Auburn 21............................ Auburn, Ala. W #4 GEORGIA 30, #22 Arkansas 3............................Atlanta, Ga. W #4 GEORGIA 26, #16 Florida St. 13 ............... New Orleans, La. W #8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7, ......................ATHENS L #11 LSU 17, #7 GEORGIA 10 ........................ Baton Rouge, La. W #8 GEORGIA 41, #13 Tennessee 14 ................ Knoxville, Tenn. L #23 Florida 16, #4 GEORGIA 13 ................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #3 LSU 34, #5 GEORGIA 13 ..................................Atlanta, Ga. W #11 GEORGIA 34, #12 Purdue 27 (OT).................. Orlando, Fla. W #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16.....................................ATHENS L #17 Tennessee 19, #3 GEORGIA 14..............................ATHENS L #3 Auburn 24, #8 GEORGIA 6................................ Auburn, Ala. W #8 GEORGIA 24, #16 Wisconsin 21....................... Orlando, Fla. W #13 GEORGIA 48, #18 Boise State 13..........................ATHENS W #5 GEORGIA 27, #7 Tennessee 14.................... Knoxville, Tenn. L #16 Florida 14, #4 GEORGIA 10..................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #15 Auburn 31, #9 GEORGIA 30..................................ATHENS W #13 GEORGIA 14, #24 Georgia Tech 7.....................Atlanta, Ga. W #13 GEORGIA 34, #3 LSU 14..................................Atlanta, Ga. L #11 West Virginia 38, #8 GEORGIA 35....................Atlanta, Ga. L #13 Tennessee 51, #10 GEORGIA 33............................ATHENS L #9 Florida 21, GEORGIA 14............................ Jacksonville, Fla. W GEORGIA 37, #5 Auburn 15................................... Auburn, Ala. W GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12..............................ATHENS W GEORGIA 31, #14 Virginia Tech 24.........................Atlanta, Ga. W #22 GEORGIA 26, #16 Alabama 23 (OT)..........Tuscaloosa, Ala. W #20 GEORGIA 42, #9 Florida 30..................... Jacksonville, Fla. W #10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20................................ATHENS W #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13..............................ATHENS W #4 GEORGIA 41, #10 Hawaii 10..................... New Orleans, La. L #8 Alabama 41, #3 GEORGIA 30..................................ATHENS W #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14...........................ATHENS W #9 GEORGIA 52, #11 LSU 38.......................... Baton Rouge, La. L #5 Florida 49, #8 GEORGIA 10....................... Jacksonville, Fla. L #18 Ga. Tech 45, #13 GEORGIA 42..............................ATHENS W #15 GEORGIA 24, #18 Michigan State 12.............. Orlando, Fla. L #9 Oklahoma State 24, #13 GEORGIA 10......... Stillwater, Okla. L #4 LSU 20, #18 GEORGIA 13......................................ATHENS L #1 Florida 41, GEORGIA 17............................ Jacksonville, Fla. W GEORGIA 30, #7 Georgia Tech 24............................Atlanta, Ga. L #24 South Carolina 17, #22 GEORGIA 6.............Columbia, S.C. L #12 Arkansas 31, GEORGIA 24....................................ATHENS L #2 Auburn 49, GEORGIA 31................................... Auburn, Ala. L #5 Boise State 34, #19 GEORGIA 21........................Atlanta, Ga. L #12 South Carolina 45, GEORGIA 42...........................ATHENS W #14 GEORGIA 45, #24 Auburn 7..................................ATHENS W #13 GEORGIA 31, #25 Ga. Tech 17..........................Atlanta, Ga. L #1 LSU 42, #12 GEORGIA 10..................................Atlanta, Ga. L #12 Michigan State 33, GEORGIA 30 (OT).............. Tampa, Fla.

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#6 South Carolina 35, #5 GEORGIA 7.................Columbia, S.C. #12 GEORGIA 17, #3 Florida 9....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #2 Alabama 32, #3 GEORGIA 28..............................Atlanta, Ga. #6 GEORGIA 45, #23 Nebraska 31......................... Orlando, Fla. #8 Clemson 38, #5 GEORGIA 35.......................... Clemson, S.C. #11 GEORGIA 41, #6 South Carolina 30......................ATHENS #9 GEORGIA 44, #6 LSU 41........................................ATHENS #25 Missouri 41, #7 GEORGIA 26................................ATHENS #7 Auburn 43, #25 GEORGIA 38............................ Auburn, Ala. #12 GEORGIA 45, #16 Clemson 21..............................ATHENS #24 South Carolina 38, #6 GEORGIA 35.............Columbia, S.C. #13 GEORGIA 34, #23 Missouri 0.......................Columbia, Mo. #16 GEORGIA 34, #9 Auburn 7....................................ATHENS #15 Georgia Tech 30, #8 GEORGIA 24 (OT)................ATHENS #13 GEORGIA 37, #21 Louisville 14...................Charlotte, N.C. #13 Alabama 38, #6 GEORGIA 10................................ATHENS #11 Florida 27, GEORGIA 3............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #18 GEORGIA 33, #22 UNC 24................................Atlanta, Ga. #23 Ole Miss 45, #12 GEORGIA 14......................Oxford, Miss. #11 Tennessee 34, #25 GEORGIA 31............................ATHENS #14 Florida 24, GEORGIA 10........................... Jacksonvile, Fla. GEORGIA 13, #9 Auburn 7...........................................ATHENS #15 GEORGIA 20, #24 Notre Dame 19............ South Bend, Ind. #11 GEORGIA 31, #17 Miss. State 3............................ATHENS #10 Auburn 40, #2 GEORGIA 17............................ Auburn, Ala. #6 GEORGIA 28, #4 Auburn 7..................................Atlanta, Ga. #3 GEORGIA 54, #2 Oklahoma 48 (2OT)......... Pasadena, Calif. #4 Alabama 26, #3 GEORGIA 23 (OT).....................Atlanta, Ga.

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#1 Pittsburgh 27, #5 GEORGIA 3......... $New Orleans, La. #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3............... Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Florida 47, GEORGIA 7..................... Jacksonville, Fla. #1 Florida 41, GEORGIA 17................... Jacksonville, Fla. #1 LSU 42, #12 GEORGIA 10.........................Atlanta, Ga.

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GEORGIA 7, #20 Columbia 3...............................New York, N.Y. #2 GEORGIA 21, #3 Alabama 10.......................................Atlanta #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0.....................................ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 9, #13 UCLA 0............................ *Pasadena, Calif. GEORGIA 14, #19 Alabama 7...........................Birmingham, Ala. #18 GEORGIA 20, #17 Tulsa 6.......................... %Houston, Texas #8 GEORGIA 28, #19 Kentucky 13................................ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0...................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7.....................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 20, #9 UNC 10.......................... $New Orleans, La. GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7.......................................ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13....................................ATHENS #6 GEORGIA, 14, #18 Missouri 0............................ +Miami, Fla. GEORGIA 14, #9 Florida 7................................ Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17........................................ ATHENS #10 GEORGIA 15, #7 Michigan 7.....................Ann Arbor, Mich. GEORGIA 27, #7 Florida 10.............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14...................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 24, #10 SMU 9............................... @Dallas, Texas #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7.................................ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 17, #12 Auburn 3.................................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #8 Auburn 17......................................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12.................................... ATHENS GEORGIA 35, #11 Tennessee 31........................ Knoxville, Tenn. GEORGIA 17, #18 Maryland 16...................................... >Atlanta GEORGIA 17, #6 Florida 16.............................. Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 10, #11 Florida 7.............................. Jacksonville, Fla. #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24.............................ATHENS #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0...................................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17...............................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 41, #10 Florida 27....................... Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 24, #11 LSU 17................................ Baton Rouge, La.

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Oct. 13, 1979 Nov. 1, 1980 Nov. 8, 1980 Jan. 1, 1981 Sept. 6, 1982 Nov. 6, 1982 Sept. 3, 1983 Nov. 5, 1983 Jan. 2, 1984 Sept. 22, 1984 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 15, 1986 Nov. 7, 1987 Sept. 3, 1988 Nov. 11, 1989 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 12, 1991 Jan. 1, 1993 Nov. 16, 1996 Nov. 1, 1997 Oct. 3, 1998 Dec. 31, 1998 Nov. 20, 1999 Jan. 1, 2000 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 6, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Dec. 7, 2002 Jan 1, 2003 Sept. 13, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Jan. 1, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Jan. 1, 2005 Sept. 3, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Nov. 26, 2005 Dec. 3, 2005 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 25, 2006 Dec. 30, 2006 Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Jan. 1, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 25, 2008 Jan. 1, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 26, 2011 Oct. 27, 2012 Jan. 1, 2013 Sept. 7, 2013 Sept. 28, 2013 Aug. 30, 2014 Oct. 11, 2014 Nov. 15, 2014 Dec. 30, 2014 Sept. 3, 2016 Nov. 12, 2016 Sept. 9, 2017 Sept. 23, 2017 Dec. 2, 2017 Jan. 1, 2018

GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14.............................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10..............................ATHENS #2 GEORGIA 26, #20 Florida 21....................... Jacksonville, Ala. #1 GEORGIA 17, #7 Notre Dame 10............... $New Orleans, La. #6 GEORGIA 13, #16 Clemson 7...................................ATHENS #3 GEORGIA 44, #20 Florida 0......................... Jacksonville, Fla. #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8.....................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 10, #9 Florida 9........................... Jacksonville, Fla. #7 GEORGIA 10, #2 Texas 9................................ @Dallas, Texas #20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23.................................ATHENS #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3......................... Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 20, #8 Auburn 16......................................Auburn, Ala. #10 GEORGIA 23, #17 Florida 10..................... Jacksonville, Fla. #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17.............................ATHENS GEORGIA 17, #20 Florida 10............................ Jacksonville, Fla. GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12........................................ATHENS #22 GEORGIA 37, #23 Ole Miss 17........................Oxford, Miss. #8 GEORGIA 21, #15 Ohio State 14......................&Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 56, #20 Auburn 49 (4 OT)........................Auburn, Ala. #14 GEORGIA 37, #6 Florida 17....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #12 GEORGIA 28, #6 LSU 27.......................... Baton Rouge, La. #19 GEORGIA 35, #13 Virginia 33.................................. >Atlanta #21 GEORGIA 20, #16 Ole Miss 17........................Oxford, Miss. #21 GEORGIA 28, #19 Purdue 25 OT...................... ~Tampa, Fla. #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tennessee 10............................ATHENS GEORGIA 26, #6 Tennessee 24.......................... Knoxville, Tenn. #19 GEORGIA 31, #21 Ga. Tech 17...................................Atlanta #7 GEORGIA 27, #22 Alabama 25......................Tuscaloosa, Ala. #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13...............................ATHENS #7 GEORGIA 24, #24 Auburn 21...............................Auburn, Ala. #4 GEORGIA 30, #22 Arkansas 3...................Atlanta, Ga. (SEC) #4 GEORGIA 26, #16 Florida St. 13 ............... $New Orleans, La. #8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7.........................ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 41, #13 Tennessee 14 ................. Knoxville, Tenn. #11 GEORGIA 34, #12 Purdue 27 (OT) .............. &Orlando, Fla. #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16........................................ ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 24, #16 Wisconsin 21......................&Orlando, Fla. #9 GEORGIA 48, #18 Boise State 13.............................ATHENS #5 GEORGIA 27, #7 Tennessee 14..................... Knoxville, Tenn. #13 GEORGIA 14, #24 Georgia Tech 7..............................Atlanta #13 GEORGIA 34, #3 LSU 14.................................Atlanta (SEC) GEORGIA 37, #5 Auburn 15......................................Auburn, Ala. GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12...............................ATHENS GEORGIA 31, #14 Virginia Tech 24......................... ^Atlanta, Ga. #22 GEORGIA 26, #16 Alabama 23 (OT)...........Tuscaloosa, Ala. #20 GEORGIA 42, #9 Florida 30....................... Jacksonville, Fla. #10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20.................................. ATHENS #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13................................ATHENS #4 GEORGIA 41, #10 Hawaii 10..................... $New Orleans, La. #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14.............................ATHENS #9 GEORGIA 52, #11 LSU 38........................... Baton Rouge, La. #15 GEORGIA 24, #18 Mich. State 12.................. &Orlando, Fla. GEORGIA 30, #7 Georgia Tech 24.............................Atlanta, Ga. #14 GEORGIA 45, #24 Auburn 7.................................... ATHENS #13 GEORGIA 31, #25 Ga. Tech 17...........................Atlanta, Ga. #12 GEORGIA 17, #3 Florida 9......................... Jacksonville, Fla. #6 GEORGIA 45, #23 Nebraska 31....................... &Orlando, Fla. #11 GEORGIA 41, #6 South Carolina 30........................ATHENS #9 GEORGIA 44, #6 LSU 41.......................................... ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 45, #16 Clemson 21...............................ATHENS #13 GEORGIA 34, #23 Missouri 0........................Columbia, Mo. #16 GEORGIA 34, #9 Auburn 7...................................... ATHENS #13 GEORGIA 37, #21 Louisville 14...................\Charlotte, N.C. #18 GEORGIA 34, #22 North Carolina 22.................Atlanta, Ga. GEORGIA 13, #9 Auburn 7.............................................ATHENS #15 GEORGIA 20, #24 Notre Dame 19.............. South Bend, Ind. #11 GEORGIA 31, #17 Miss. State 3..............................ATHENS #6 GEORGIA 28, #4 Auburn 7.........................Atlanta, Ga. (SEC) #3 GEORGIA 54, #2 Oklahoma 48 (2OT)......... *Pasadena, Calif.

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miscellaneous results BULLDOGS VS. RANKED OPPONENTS AT SANFORD STADIUM (36-49-2)

Date.........................Res................................................................................Game

Nov. 28, 1942.................W.................................................... #5 GEORGIA 34, #2 Ga. Tech 0 Oct. 13, 1946..................W............................................... #8 GEORGIA 28, #18 Kentucky 23 Nov. 2, 1946...................W.................................................. #5 GEORGIA 14, #15 Alabama 0 Nov. 30, 1946.................W.................................................... #3 GEORGIA 35, #7 Ga. Tech 7 Sept. 23, 1950................W...................................................... GEORGIA 27, #15 Maryland 7 Oct. 7, 1950.....................T............................................................... GEORGIA 0, #11 UNC 0 Oct. 13, 1951...................L...................................................... #10 Maryland 43, GEORGIA 7 Oct. 11, 1952...................L................................................. #4 Maryland 37, #19 GEORGIA 0 Nov. 29, 1952..................L......................................................... #3 Ga. Tech 23, GEORGIA 9 Dec. 1, 1956....................L......................................................... #4 Ga. Tech 35, GEORGIA 0 Nov. 14, 1959.................W...................................................#12 GEORGIA 14, #8 Auburn 13 Sept. 23, 1961.................L......................................................... #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 6 Sept. 21, 1963.................L......................................................... #3 Alabama 32, GEORGIA 7 Nov. 16, 1963..................L............................................................#9 Auburn 14, GEORGIA 0 Oct. 17, 1964...................L.....................................................#10 Fla. State 17, GEORGIA 14 Sept. 18, 1965................W....................................................... GEORGIA 18, #5 Alabama 17 Nov. 26, 1966.................W.................................................. #7 GEORGIA 23, #5 Ga. Tech 14 Oct. 12, 1968..................W................................................ #17 GEORGIA 21, #13 Ole Miss 7 Nov. 2, 1968....................T................................................. #7 GEORGIA 10, #15 Houston 10 Nov. 1, 1969....................L................................................ #3 Tennessee 17, #11 GEORGIA 3 Nov. 15, 1969..................L...................................................#11 Auburn 16, #16 GEORGIA 3 Oct. 10, 1970...................L....................................................... #5 Ole Miss 31, GEORGIA 21 Nov. 24, 1970..................L..................................................... #16 Georgia Tech, GEORGIA 7 Nov. 13, 1971..................L.....................................................#6 Auburn 35, #7 GEORGIA 20 Oct. 7, 1972.....................L......................................................... #4 Alabama 25, GEORGIA 7 Nov. 4, 1972....................L..................................................... #13 Tennessee 14, GEORGIA 0 Sept. 29, 1973................W................................................... GEORGIA 31, #19 N.C. State 12 Sept. 11, 1976.................W............................................ #16 GEORGIA 36, #15 California 24 Oct. 2, 1976....................W.................................................. #6 GEORGIA 21, #10 Alabama 0 Oct. 30, 1976..................W.............................................. #7 GEORGIA 31, #20 Cincinnati 17 Oct. 22, 1977...................L........................................................ #8 Kentucky 33, GEORGIA 0 Oct. 13, 1979..................W............................................................ GEORGIA 21, #13 LSU 14 Nov. 17, 1979..................L........................................................#15 Auburn 33, GEORGIA 13 Nov. 1, 1980...................W.............................................#4 GEORGIA 13, #14 S. Carolina 10 Sept. 6, 1982..................W.................................................. #6 GEORGIA 13, #16 Clemson 7 Sept. 3, 1983..................W.................................................... #15 GEORGIA 19, #20 UCLA 8 Nov. 12, 1983..................L.......................................................#3 Auburn 13, #4 GEORGIA 7 Sept. 22, 1984................W................................................ #20 GEORGIA 26, #2 Clemson 23 Nov. 16, 1985..................L.................................................#14 Auburn 24, #12 GEORGIA 10 Oct. 10, 1987...................L....................................................... #7 LSU 26, #16 GEORGIA 23 Nov. 14, 1987..................L...................................................#12 Auburn 27, #8 GEORGIA 11 Sept. 3, 1988..................W............................................ #12 GEORGIA 28, #18 Tennessee 17

2017 SEC Champions Nov. 18, 1989..................L..........................................................#10 Auburn 20, GEORGIA 3 Oct. 13, 1990...................L..................................................... #24 Ole Miss 28, GEORGIA 12 Dec. 1, 1990....................L....................................................... #2 Ga. Tech 40, GEORGIA 23 Oct. 5, 1991....................W....................................................... GEORGIA 27, #6 Clemson 12 Sept. 12, 1992.................L............................................ #20 Tennessee 34, #14 GEORGIA 31 Nov. 13, 1993..................L..........................................................#7 Auburn 42, GEORGIA 28 Sept, 10, 1994.................L................................................... #19 Tennessee 41, GEORGIA 23 Sept. 30, 1995.................L....................................................... #20 Alabama 31, GEORGIA 0 Oct. 28, 1995...................L.......................................................... #3 Florida 52, GEORGIA 17 Nov. 11, 1995..................L........................................................#20 Auburn 37, GEORGIA 31 Oct. 12, 1996...................L..................................................... #7 Tennessee 29, GEORGIA 17 Nov. 15, 1997..................L....................................................#16 Auburn 45, #7GEORGIA 34 Oct. 10, 1998 ................L ............................................... #5 Tennessee 22, #7 GEORGIA 3 Nov. 21, 1998..................L............................................. #17 Ga. Tech 21, #12 GEORGIA 19 Oct. 7, 2000....................W............................................ #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tennessee 10 Nov. 25, 2000..................L ............................................. #18 Ga. Tech 25, #19 GEORGIA 17 Sept. 8, 2001...................L.......................................#21 South Carolina 14, #25 GEORGIA 9 Nov. 10, 2001..................L.................................................#24 Auburn 24, #19 GEORGIA 17 Oct. 12, 2002..................W.............................................. #6 GEORGIA 18, #10 Tennessee 13 Sept. 13, 2003................W.........................................#8 GEORGIA 31, #25 South Carolina 7 Oct. 2, 2004....................W....................................................... #3 GEORGIA 45, #13 LSU 16 Oct. 9, 2004.....................L.............................................. #17 Tennessee 19, #3 GEORGIA 14 Sept. 3, 2005..................W...........................................#13 GEORGIA 48, #18 Boise State 13 Nov. 12, 2005.................L...................................................#15 Auburn 31, #9 GEORGIA 30 Oct. 7, 2006.....................L............................................ #10 GEORGIA 33, #13 Tennessee 51 Nov. 25, 2006.................W.............................................. GEORGIA 15, #16 Georgia Tech 12 Nov. 10, 2007.................W.................................................#10 GEORGIA 45, #18 Auburn 20 Nov. 17, 2007.................W............................................... #8 GEORGIA 24, #22 Kentucky 13 Sept. 27, 2008.................L.................................................. #8 Alabama 41, #3 GEORGIA 30 Oct. 18, 2008..................W............................................ #10 GEORGIA 24, #22 Vanderbilt 14 Nov. 29, 2008..................L.............................................. #18 Ga. Tech 45, #13 GEORGIA 42 Oct. 3, 2009.....................L....................................................... #4 LSU 20, #18 GEORGIA 13 Sept. 18, 2010.................L..................................................... #12 Arkansas 31, GEORGIA 24 Sept. 10, 2011..................L............................................#12 South Carolina 45, GEORGIA 42 Nov. 12, 2011.................W...................................................#14 GEORGIA 45, #24 Auburn 7 Sept. 7, 2013..................W.......................................#11 GEORGIA 41, #6 South Carolina 30 Sept. 28, 2013................W......................................................... #9 GEORGIA 44, #6 LSU 41 Oct. 12, 2013...................L................................................ #25 Missouri 41, #7 GEORGIA 26 Aug. 30, 2014.................W.............................................. #12 GEORGIA 45, #16 Clemson 21 Nov. 15, 2014.................W.....................................................#16 GEORGIA 34, #9 Auburn 7 Nov. 29, 2014..................L................................ #15 Georgia Tech 30, #8 GEORGIA 24 (OT) Oct. 3, 2015.....................L................................................ #13 Alabama 38, #8 GEORGIA 10 Oct. 1, 2016.....................L................................................. #11 Tennessee 34, #25 Georgia 31 Nov. 12, 2016.................W.................................................................Georgia 13, #9 Auburn 7 Sept. 23, 2017................W.................................................. #11 Georgia 31, #17 Miss. 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Historical Notes: 1950 was the first year of a preseason poll; 1961-67, AP only compiled a Top 10 poll; In 1968, AP returned to a Top 20; In 1989, it expanded the poll to a Top 25.

Georgia Streaks

G 17 15 15 11 11

GEORGIA’S LONGEST WINNING STREAKS

Year(s) 1945-47 1941-42 1979-81 2007-08 1982

Beginning Win....................................... Ending Loss 34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45...............14-7 to UNC 9/27/47 7-0 over Auburn 11/1/41..........................27-13 to Auburn 11/21/42 16-3 over Georgia Tech 11/24/79............13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 20-17 over Vanderbilt 10/13/07...............41-30 to Alabama 9/27/08 13-7 over Clemson 9/6/82.......................27-23 to Penn State 1/1/83

GEORGIA’S LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAKS

GEORGIA’S LONGEST REGULAR SEASON UNBEATEN STREAKS

G Year(s) 24 1980-83 22 1908-14 17 2001-04 17 1919-22

G Year(s) 17 1945-47 15 1941-42 15 1979-81 12 1919-21

G Year(s) 28 1981-83 15 1945-47 15 1967-69

W Ties... Beginning Win/Tie........................ Ending Loss 17 0...... 34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45...... 14-7 to N. C. 9/27/47 15 0...... 7-0 over Auburn 11/1/41................. 27-13 to Auburn 11/21/42 15 0...... 16-3 over Ga. Tech 11/24/79.......... 13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 10 2...... 0-0 with Clemson 11/27/19............ 10-7 to Harvard 10/15/21

W Ties.... Beginning Win.............................Ending Loss 27 1...... 24-0 over S. Carolina 9/26/81....... 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 15 0...... 34-7 over Chatt. 11/4/45................14-7 to UNC 9/27/47 13 2...... 17-0 over Auburn 11/18/67............25-17 to OleMiss 10/11/69

GEORGIA’S LONGEST SEC WINNING STREAKS

G Year(s) 23 1980-83 10 2011-12 9 1945-47

Beginning Win...................................Ending Loss 16-15 over Tennessee 9/6/80..............13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 27-13 over Ole Miss 9/24/11..............25-7 to S.C. 10/6/12 34-0 over Florida 11/11/45..................26-0 to Kentucky 10/11/47

GEORGIA’S LONGEST SEC UNBEATEN STREAKS

G Year(s) 23 1980-83 11 1978-79 10 2011-12

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GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAKS

G Year(s) 24 1980-83 17 2001-04 15 2011-13 12 1920-22 12 1958-60 12 1975-77

W Ties.....Beginning Win....................... 23 0........16-15 over Tennessee 9//80 10 1........42-3 over Ole Miss 10/7/78 10 0........27-13 over Ole Miss 9/24/11

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Ending Loss 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 33-13 to Auburn 11/17/79 25-7 to S.C. 10/6/12

Beginning Win....................................... Ending Loss 42-0 over Texas A&M 9/13/80................ 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 35-7 over Houston 12/1/01...................... 19-14 to #17 Tenn. 10/9/04 59-0 over Coastal Car. 9/17/11................ 41-26 to #25 Mizzou 10/12/13 40-0 over The Citadel 10/2/20................. 12-0 to Vanderbilt 11/18/22 28-0 over Kentucky 10/25/58.................. 32-6 to Alabama 9/23/61 28-6 over Mississippi State 9/20/75........ 7-6 to Clemson 9/17/77

GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME UNBEATEN STREAKS

W Ties... Beginning Win............................... Ending Loss 24 0...... 42-0 over Texas A&M 9/13/80........ 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 20 2...... 16-0 over Dahlonega 10/3/08.......... 9-0 to Miss. A&M 10/31/14 17 0...... 35-7 over Houston 12/1/01.............. 19-14 to #17 Tenn. 10/9/04 15 2...... 28-0 over The Citadel 10/4/19........ 12-0 to Vanderbilt 11/18/22

GEORGIA’S LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAKS

G Year(s).......Beginning Win.........................................Ending Loss 8 1997-98......34-13 over Vandy 10/18/97.......................38-7 to Fla. (Jax) 10/31/98 7 2007-08......20-17 over Vandy 10/13/07.......................49-10 to Fla. (Jax) 11/1/08 7 1970-71......19-3 over Kentucky 10/24/70...................24-13 to Tulane 9/23/72 6 1979-80......24-21 over Ole Miss 10/6/79....................13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 6 1981-82......37-7 over Ole Miss 10/10/81....................16-16 with Clemson 9/17/83

GEORGIA’S LONGEST ROAD UNBEATEN STREAKS

G Year(s) W Ties... Beginning Win..........................Ending Loss 10 1981-83 9 1......37-7 over Ole Miss 10/10/81........17-10 to S. Carolina 9/29/84 7 2007-08 7 0......20-17 over Vandy 10/13/07..........49-10 to Fla. (Jax) 11/1/08 7 1962-63 5 2......10-0 over Vanderbilt 9/29/62........28-7 to N. Carolina 11/2/63 7 1970-71 7 0......19-3 over Kentucky 10/24/70.......24-13 to Tulane 9/23/72

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Offense

RUSHING RUSH / PASSING PASS / TOTAL YEAR YARDS GAME YARDS GAME YARDS

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

3876 2486 2498 3352 2209 2556 2296 1854 2093 1928 2305 1656 2108 1882 1889 1954 1787 1451 1749 1674 1869 1471 1634 1414 1181 2584 1863 1667 1537 2788 3019 2802 3249 2227 2528 3023 3102 2647 2117 2364 2199 3075 3267 2610 2018 2012 3337 1727 1885 1988 2273 1953 1534 1573 898 982 1043 1297 1602 2028 1531 1495 1145 1582 1398 1867 1736 1978

258.4 2653 191.2 2515 192.2 2406 257.8 2599 169.9 4085 182.6 3991 164.0 3423 142.6 3151 161.0 2615 148.3 3610 177.3 2579 127.4 2397 162.2 2977 156.8 2972 134.9 3435 139.6 3435 162.5 2974 131.9 2365 159.0 2827 152.2 2745 169.9 2890 133.7 2536 148.5 2377 128.5 3721 107.4 3552 234.9 2370 169.4 2428 151.6 1436 139.7 1928 252.5 1450 274.5 1307 254.8 1586 295.3 1005 202.4 1205 229.8 1269 274.8 978 282.0 1810 240.6 1452 197.9 1312 197.0 1259 199.9 635 279.5 958 273.3 695 217.5 1567 168.2 1064 183.2 1452 278.1 773 172.7 1627 188.5 1193 198.8 1929 227.3 826 195.3 881 153.4 938 157.3 582 89.8 1319 98.2 1194 104.3 920 129.7 1286 160.2 1149 202.8 860 135.1 569 149.5 445 114.5 1156 158.2 460 127.1 1575 169.7 1878 157.8 1618 179.8 918

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176.9 193.5 185.1 199.9 314.2 285.1 244.5 242.4 201.2 277.7 198.4 184.4 229.0 247.6 245.4 245.4 270.4 215.0 257.0 249.5 262.7 230.5 216.0 338.3 322.9 215.5 220.7 130.6 175.3 131.8 118.9 144.2 91.3 109.5 115.3 88.9 164.5 132.0 119.3 104.9 57.7 87.1 57.9 130.6 86.7 132.0 64.4 162.7 119.3 192.9 82.6 88.1 93.8 58.2 131.9 119.4 92.0 128.6 114.9 86.0 56.9 44.5 115.6 46.0 143.2 170.7 147.1 83.5

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Defense

RUSHING RUSH / PASSING PASS / TOTAL YEAR YARDS GAME YARDS GAME YARDS

2017 1890 126.0 2534 168.9 4424 2389 183.8 4257 2016 1868 143.7 2015 1943 149.5 2034 156.5 3977 2014 2169 166.8 2215 170.4 4384 2013 1926 148.2 2956 227.4 4882 2012 2550 182.1 2459 175.6 5009 2464 176.0 3881 2011 1417 101.2 2010 1914 147.2 2357 181.3 4271 2009 1640 121.2 2772 213.2 4412 2466 189.7 4056 2008 1590 122.3 2007 1890 109.9 2773 213.3 4202 2006 1407 108.2 1950 150.0 3357 2205 169.6 4075 2005 1870 143.8 2004 1282 106.9 2184 182.0 3466 2003 1433 102.4 2443 175.5 3876 2002 1596 114.0 2653 189.5 4249 2001 1197 108.8 2779 252.6 3976 2000 1222 111.1 2227 202.5 3449 1999 1150 104.5 3059 278.1 4209 2373 215.7 3881 1998 1508 137.1 1997 1263 114.8 2543 231.2 3806 1996 1648 149.8 2235 113.0 3883 1995 1498 136.2 2334 212.2 3832 1994 2264 205.8 2071 188.3 4335 2029 184.5 4200 1993 2171 197.4 1992 1796 163.3 1699 154.4 3495 1991 1841 167.4 1871 170.1 3712 1990 2327 211.6 2093 185.4 4366 1989 1678 152.6 2150 195.5 3828 2546 231.4 3904 1988 1358 123.4 1987 1407 127.9 2337 212.4 3744 1986 1508 137.1 2180 198.2 3688 1985 1095 99.5 2322 211.0 3417 1984 1689 153.5 1871 170.1 3560 1861 169.2 3534 1983 1493 135.7 1982 1565 142.3 2049 186.3 3614 1981 797 72.5 2086 189.6 2883 1980 1540 140.0 1829 166.3 3369 1979 2206 200.5 1663 151 3867 1978 2229 185.8 1436 119.7 3665 1977 2186 198.7 1156 105.1 3342 1976 1687 153.4 1295 117.7 2982 1975 2323 193.6 1057 80.1 3380 1974 2730 227.5 1192 99.3 3922 1973 2463 205.3 642 53.5 3105 1972 1712 155.6 1413 128.5 3125 1971 1078 89.8 1499 124.9 2577 1970 1137 113.7 1505 150.5 2642 1969 1402 140.2 1357 135.7 2759 1968 988 98.8 1363 136.3 2351 1967 1179 117.9 947 94.7 2126 1966 976 97.6 1151 115.1 2127 1965 1525 152.5 1257 125.7 2782 1964 1073 107.3 1134 113.4 2207 1963 1424 142.4 1276 127.6 2700 1962 1789 178.9 1158 115.8 2947 1961 1385 138.5 910 91.0 2316 1960 1720 172.0 882 88.2 2602 1959 1336 121.5 754 68.5 2090 1958 1380 138.0 673 67.3 2053 1957 1616 161.6 940 94.0 2556 1956 2233 223.3. 683 68.3 2916 1955 1426 142.6 947 94.7 2373 1954 1685 168.5 702 70.2 2387 1953 2322 232.2 1101 110.1 3423 1952 2378 216.2 1265 115.0 3330 1951 2062 206.2 1145 114.5 2905 1950 1188 99.0 1116 101.5 2305

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longest plays Yds. Name 89 89 87 86 86 85 84 83 83 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 79 79 78 78 77 76 76 76 75 75 75 75 75

RUSHING TDs

Tim Worley Johnny Griffith Kirby Moore Charlie Smith Charley Trippi Billy Mixon James Ray Nick Chubb Nick Chubb Willie McClendon Brandon Boykin Richard Samuel Knowshon Moreno Robert Edwards Frank Harvey Bruce Kemp Charlie Smith Horace King Lauren Hargrove Robert Arnaud Glynn Harrison Tim Worley Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Bobby Dellinger Sony Michel Todd Gurley Keith Marshall Caleb King Garrison Hearst

Opponent

vs. Florida (Jax.) 1985 vs. Furman (Greenville) 1946 South Carolina 1967 @Kentucky 1945 Georgia Tech 1942 @Boston College 1950 @South Carolina 1971 Alabama 2015 Charleston Southern 2014 @South Carolina 1978 vs. Boise State (Atl.) 2011 @Arkansas 2009 Troy 2007 Kentucky 1997 vs. Florida (Jax.) 1992 @Tennessee 1968 @Chattanooga 1945 Ole Miss 1974 vs. Auburn (Columbus) 1951 Kent State 1998 @Georgia Tech 1975 TCU 1988 South Carolina 1980 Texas A&M 1980 @Miami 1952 Oklahoma (Pasadena, Calif.) 2018 @Clemson 2013 vs. Tennessee 2012 @Georgia Tech 2009 Georgia Southern 1992

PASSING TDs

Yds. QB-Receiver, Opponent

98 93 93 93 92 91 90 89 87 87 86 85 85 85 84 83 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 79 79

KICKOFF RETURN TDs Opponent

Todd Gurley Clemson Todd Gurley Buffalo Brandon Boykin @Kentucky Brandon Boykin @Tennessee Brandon Boykin South Carolina Thomas Brown Tennessee Lindsay Scott @LSU Lamar Davis @Tulane Jimmy Campagna vs. Auburn (Columbus) Gene Washington Clemson Vassa Cate South Carolina Tim Worley Ole Miss Bill Hartman @Georgia Tech Fred Gibson Clemson Isaiah McKenzie @Kentucky Floyd Reid Clemson Johnny Rauch Wake Forest Andre Hastings @Kentucky Kent Lawrence vs. VMI (Roanoke) Gene Washington N.C. State Gene Littleton The Citadel Vassa Cate Mercer Brandon Boykin vs. *Texas A&M *Independence Bowl, Shreveport, La.

PUNT RETURN TDs

Yds. Name 100 92

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Aaron Murray-Reggie Davis, North Texas 2013 David Greene-Tyson Browning, @LSU 2003 Greg Talley-Kevin Maxwell, @Vanderbilt 1989 Buck Belue-Lindsay Scott, Florida (Jax.) 1980 Kirby Moore-Randy Wheeler, Auburn 1965 Buck Belue-Amp Arnold, @Kentucky 1980 Frank Sinkwich-Lamar Davis, @Cincinnati 1942 Charley Britt-George Guisler, S. Carolina 1958 Aaron Murray-Chris Conley, Nebraska 2013 Ray Goff-Gene Washington, @Kentucky 1976 Matt Robinson-R. Appleby, Ole Miss 1974 Aaron Murray-Justin Scott-Wesley, S. Carolina 2013 Cory Phillips-Damien Gary, @Kentucky 2000 Matt Robinson-Gene Washington, Clemson 1976 Matt. Stafford-Mo. Massaquoi, Forida (Jax.) 2007 John Rauch-Eli Maricich, Alabama 1947 Greg Talley-Arthur Marshall, William & Mary 1988 Jake Fromm-Mecole Hardman, vs. Alabama (Atl.) 2018 Aaron Murray-Tavarres King, Mich. St. (Tampa) 2011 Quincy Carter-Brett Millican, Kentucky 1999 Quincy Carter-Michael Greer, @ Auburn 1998 Eric Zeier-Hรกson Graham, @Vanderbilt 1993 Eric Zeier-Hรกson Graham, Texas Tech 1993 Buck Belue-Lindsay Scott, @Georgia Tech 1981 Richard Appleby-Gene Washington, Fla. (Jax.) 1975 Frank Sinkwich-Lamar Davis, @Cincinnati 1942 Maurice Green-Henry Wagnon, @Tulane 1934 Eric Zeier-Juan Daniels, @Auburn 1994 Homer Key-Cy Grant, @Georgia Tech 1933

Yds. Name 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 96 96 96 95 93 93 91 90 90 89 89 87 86 85 83 81

Year

Jimmy Campagna Brandon Boykin

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Prince Miller Jake Scott Zippy Morocco Eli Maricich Buck Cheves Mikey Henderson Jerry Nunnally Lamar Davis Preston Ridlehuber Isaiah McKenzie Johnny Cook

Yds. Name

60 59 58 58 57 57 57 56 56 56 55 55 55 55 54 54 54 54 53 53 53 53 53 52

FIELD GOALS

Opponent

Kevin Butler Clemson Kevin Butler Ole Miss Brandon Coutu La.-Monroe Allan Leavitt Vanderbilt Kevin Butler Georgia Tech Rex Robinson South Carolina Rex Robinson Georgia Tech Marshall Morgan @Tennessee Blair Walsh Coastal Carolina Brandon Coutu Kentucky Rodrigo Blankenship Oklahoma Marshall Morgan LSU Brandon Coutu UAB Billy Bennett Arkansas Hap Hines Central Florida Hap Hines @Kentucky Allan Leavitt @Alabama Peter Rajecki Miss. State Marshall Morgan Charleston Southern Blair Walsh Idaho State Blair Walsh @Oklahoma State John Kasay Temple Rex Robinson @Alabama 7 Players

Yds. Name

87 82 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75

Alabama @Tennessee Furman @North Carolina Alabama (blk. drop kick) Tennessee Centre Dartmouth Vanderbilt UL Lafayette vs. VMI (Atlanta)

Spike Jones Bill Hartman Don Golden Charley Trippi Jake Saye Bobby Walden Brian Mimbs Zeke Bratkowski Don Golden Drew Butler

PUNTS

Opponent

Auburn Tulane Kentucky vs. Auburn (Columbus) @Florida State The Citadel @South Carolina vs. Auburn (Columbus) @Tennessee @Oklahoma State

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDs

Yds. Name

100 Charley Britt 99 Odell Thurman Steve Hughes 89 88 Dominick Sanders 87 Joe Burson 82 Jermaine Phillips 81 Carlos Yancy 81 Gary Moss 80 Fred Bilyeu 80 Joe Jackura

Opponent

99 96 92 55 54

Damian Swann Leonard Floyd Sean Jones Jock Stephens Dominick Sanders

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Georgia Tech @Tennessee @Tennessee CSU Fullerton @Arkansas

1952 2012

1984 1982 2005 1976 1984 1980 1980 2013 2011 2005 2018 2013 2006 2001 1999 1996 1973 1970 2014 2010 2009 1989 1977

Year 1967 1937 1973 1945 1961 1958 2008 1951 1973 2009

Year

Year 2014 2015 2003 1992 2014

HOMECOMING GAMES 1922-28 (Sanford Field)

1922, Nov. 18..................... 0 1923, Nov. 11...................... 13 1924, Nov. 1...................... 33 1925 Oct. 24....................... 26 1926, Oct. 30...................... 32 1927, Oct. 1....................... 32 1928, Oct. 27...................... 20

Vanderbilt Virginia Tennessee Vanderbilt Florida Virginia Tulane

1929-2017 (Sanford Stadium)

Year

Year

vs. Florida (Jax.) 1959 Auburn 2003 The Citadel 1939 @Vanderbilt 2015 @ Auburn 1962 @Ole Miss 2001 NE Louisiana 1994 *Boston College 1986 @ North Carolina 1951 vs. Alabama (Birm.) 1948 *Hall of Fame Bowl, Tampa, Fla.

FUMBLE RETURN TDs

Yds. Name

2008 1968 1950 1949 1920 2006 1941 1941 1965 2016 1943

1929, Nov. 16โ€ฏ................. 24 1930, Oct. 18................... 26

Auburn North Carolina

12 0 0 7 9 0 14 0 0

HOMECOMING GAMES 1931, Oct. 24.................... 9 Vanderbilt 1932, Oct. 29................... 33 Florida 1933, Oct., 28.................. 25 New York Univ. 1934, Nov. 17.................. 27 N. Carolina St. 1935, Oct. 12................... 31 Furman 1936, Oct. 31.................... 0 Tennessee 1937, Oct. 23................... 19 Mercer 1938, Nov. 26................... 0 Georgia Tech 1939, Oct. 14.................... 0 Holy Cross 1940, Nov. 30.................. 21 Georgia Tech 1941, Nov. 22.................. 35 Dartmouth 1942, Nov. 28.................. 34 Georgia Tech 1943, Nov. 5................... 40 Presbyterian 1944, Dec. 2..................... 0 Georgia Tech 1945, Oct. 20.................... 0 LSU 1946, Nov. 30.................. 35 Georgia Tech 1947, Oct. 25.................... 7 Alabama 1948, Nov. 27.................. 21 Georgia Tech 1949, Oct. 29.................... 7 Alabama 1950, Oct. 7.................... 27 Mississippi State 1951, Nov. 3................... 14 Alabama 1952, Nov. 29................... 9 Georgia Tech 1953, Oct. 31................... 12 Alabama 1954, Oct. 16................... 16 Vanderbilt 1955, Oct. 29................... 35 Alabama 1956, Oct. 27.................... 7 Kentucky 1957, Nov. 2................... 13 Alabama 1958, Oct. 25................... 28 Kentucky 1959, Oct. 31................... 42 Florida State 1960, Oct. 29................... 45 Tulsa 1961, Oct. 28................... 16 Kentucky 1962, Oct. 27.................... 7 Kentucky 1963, Nov. 16................... 0 Auburn 1964, Oct. 24................... 21 Kentucky 1965, Oct. 9.................... 23 Clemson 1966, Oct. 22................... 27 Kentucky 1967, Nov. 18.................. 17 Auburn 1968, Oct. 19................... 32 Vanderbilt 1969, Oct. 25................... 30 Kentucky 1970, Oct. 31................... 52 South Carolina 1971, Oct. 23................... 34 Kentucky 1972, Oct. 21................... 28 Vanderbilt 1973, Oct. 27.................... 7 Kentucky 1974, Oct. 19................... 38 Vanderbilt 1975, Oct. 4.................... 35 Clemson 1976, Oct. 16................... 45 Vanderbilt 1977, Oct. 29................... 23 Richmond 1978, Oct. 21................... 31 Vanderbilt 1979, Nov. 3.................... 0 Virginia 1980, Oct. 18................... 41 Vanderbilt 1981, Oct. 24................... 21 Kentucky 1982, Oct. 16................... 27 Vanderbilt 1983, Oct. 29................... 31 Temple 1984, Nov. 3................... 13 Memphis State 1985, Nov. 2................... 58 Tulane 1986, Nov. 1................... 28 Richmond 1987, Oct. 24................... 17 Kentucky 1988, Oct. 29................... 59 William & Mary 1989, Nov. 4................... 37 Temple 1990, Oct. 20................... 39 Vanderbilt 1991, Oct. 26.................. 49 Kentucky 1992, Oct. 17................... 30 Vanderbilt 1993, Oct. 23................... 33 Kentucky 1994, Oct. 15................... 30 Vanderbilt 1995, Oct. 21................... 12 Kentucky 1996, Oct. 19................... 13 Vanderbilt 1997, Oct. 18................... 23 Kentucky 1998, Oct. 17................... 31 Vanderbilt 1999, Oct. 23................... 49 Kentucky 2000, Oct. 14................... 29 Vanderbilt 2001, Oct. 20................... 43 Kentucky 2002, Oct. 19................... 48 Vanderbilt 2003, Oct. 25................... 16 UAB 2004, Oct. 16................... 33 Vanderbilt 2005, Oct. 22................... 23 Arkansas 2006, Oct. 14................... 22 Vanderbilt 2007, Nov. 3.................... 44 Troy 2008, Oct. 18................... 25 Vanderbilt 2009, Nov. 7.................... 38 Tennessee Tech 2010, Oct. 16................... 43 Vanderbilt 2011, Nov. 5..................... 63 New Mexico State 2012, Nov. 3.................... 37 Ole Miss 2013, Nov. 9.................... 45 Appalachian State 2014, Oct. 4..................... 44 Vanderbilt 2015, Oct. 17..................... 9 Missouri 2016, Oct. 15................... 16 Vanderbilt 2017, Oct. 14................... 53 Missouri

Points Scored........... 2536

0 12 0 0 7 46 0 0 13 19 0 0 12 44 32 7 17 13 14 0 16 23 33 14 14 14 14 0 0 7 15 7 14 7 9 15 0 6 0 34 0 3 12 31 7 0 7 10 31 0 0 13 14 3 3 13 14 24 10 28 27 20 28 43 3 2 13 6 34 19 29 17 13 3 20 24 34 14 0 0 16 10 6 17 6 17 28

Points Allowed.... 1192

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SCORING OFFENSE SCORING DEFENSE

Bold indicates also led NCAA RUSHING CHAMPION

Year Name                Att Yds Avg TD 1941 Frank Sinkwich 209 1103 91.9 8 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1941; however, Sinkwich led the nation in rushing that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-69) (Ranked on Yards Per Game from 1970-present) Year Name                G Att Yds Avg TD 1980 Herschel Walker 11 274 1616 146.9 15 1981 Herschel Walker 11 385 1891 171.9 20 1982 Herschel Walker 11 335 1752 159.3 17 1988 Tim Worley 11 191 1216 110.5 18 1992 Garrison Hearst 11 228 1547 140.6 19 2008 Knowshon Moreno 13 250 1400 107.7 16

PASSING CHAMPION

Year Player Cmp Att Int Pct Yds TD 1943 Johnny Cook 73 157 .465 1005 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1943; however, Cook led the nation in passing that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-66) Year   Player Cmp-Att Yds Pct Int TD 1948 John Rauch 71-141 1307 504 13 5 1952 Zeke Bratkowski 131-262 1824 .500 16 12 1953 Zeke Bratkowski 113-224 1461 .504 23 6 1955 Dick Young 48-97 875 .495 8 8 108-185 1189 .584 12 7 1960 Fran Tarkenton 1963 Larry Rakestraw 103-209 1297 .493 14 7 (Ranked on Passing Efficiency from 1967-present) Year   Player Cmp-Att Yds Pct Int TD Rating 1974 Matt Robinson 60-121 1,317 .496 10 8 150.07 1980 Buck Belue 77-156 1,314 .493 9 11 131.80 1981 Buck Belue 114-188 1,603 .606 9 12 143.70 1992 Eric Zeier 151-258 2,248 .585 12 12 137.80 1997 Mike Bobo 199-306 2,751 .650 8 19 155.80 2002 David Greene 218-379 2,924 .575 8 22 137.26 2005 D.J. Shockley 173-310 2,588 .558 5 24 148.30

TOTAL OFFENSE CHAMPION

Year Player              Rush Pass Net 1942 Frank Sinkwich 795 1392 2187 (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1942; however, Sinkwich led the nation in offense that season) (Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-69) Year Player              Rush Pass Total 1948 John Rauch –117 1307 1190 1952 Zeke Bratkowski –50 1824 1774 1953 Zeke Bratkowski –45 1461 1416 1960 Fran Tarkenton 85 1189 1274 (Ranked on Yards Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player              G Rush Pass Total Avg. 1993 Eric Zeier 11 -43 3525 3482 316.5 1994 Eric Zeier 11 61 3396 3457 314.3 40 3459 3499 269.2 2008 Matthew Stafford 13

RECEIVING CHAMPION

(Ranked on Total Yards from 1948-51) Year Player No. Yds. Avg. 1948 Bob Walston 25 525 21.0 1951 Harry Babcock 41 666 16.2 (Ranked on Total Catches from 1952-69) No. Yds. Avg. Year Player 32 467 14.6 1952 John Carson 1953 John Carson 45 663 14.7 1955 Jimmy Orr 24 443 18.5 1957 Jimmy Orr 16 237 14.8 1959 Bobby Towns 18 263 14.6 31 275 8.9 1960 Fred Brown 1963 Pat Hodgson 24 375 15.6 (Ranked on Catches Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G No. Yds. Avg. 1993 Brice Hunter 11 76 970 12.8 1994 Brice Hunter 11 59 799 13.5

PUNTING CHAMPION

Year Name                1953 Zeke Bratkowski 1958 Bobby Walden 1960 Bobby Walden 1969 Spike Jones 2009 Drew Butler

No. 28 20 16

Yds. 669 529 445

PUNT RETURNS CHAMPION

Year Player 1960 Bill Jackson 1964 Wayne Swinford 1968 Jake Scott 1971 Buzy Rosenberg 1976 Mark Mitchell 1980 Scott Woerner 1987 Nate Lewis 1988 Chuck Carswell 2004 Thomas Flowers 2006 Mikey Henderson

No. 9 34 35 35 20 31 14 31 16 25

Yds. 191 343 440 438 233 488 194 388 242 367

Avg. 23.9 26.5 27.8 Avg. 21.2 10.1 12.6 12.8 11.6 15.7 13.9 12.5 15.1 14.7

MISCELLANEOUS STATS PASSING YARDAGE PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) 2008 – Matthew Stafford (266.1)

RECEPTIONS PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) Year –Player (Avg.) 1944 – Reid Moseley (3.2) 1945 – Reid Moseley (3.1) (No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1944-45; however, Moseley led the nation in catches those seasons)

RECEIVING YARDAGE PER GAME

Year – Player (Avg.) Year –Player (Avg.) 1992 – Andre Hastings (78.1) 2008 – A.J. Green (74.1)

ALL PURPOSE YARDAGE

Year – Player (Avg.) Year –Player (Avg.) 1982 – Herschel Walker (170.6) 1988 – Tim Worley (142.0)

INTERCEPTIONS

Year – Player (No.) 1965 – Lynn Hughes (6) 1968 – Jake Scott (10) 1980 – Jeff Hipp (8) 1982 – Terry Hoage (12) 1989 – Ben Smith (10)

Year – Player (No.) 1998 – Kirby Smart (5) 2000 – Tim Wansley (6) 2011 – Bacarri Rambo (8) 2015 – Dom. Sanders (6)

FIELD GOALS

Year – Player (No.) 2003 – Billy Bennett (31) 2005 – Brandon Coutu (23) 2013 – Marshall Morgan (22)

TOTAL TACKLES

RPG 6.9 5.4

Yds. 2132 1991 1657 3092 2691

Avg. 42.6 45.3 43.6 43.5 48.1

(Ranked on total points from 1933-69) Year Player TDs PATs 1942 Frank Sinkwich 16 0 1946 Charley Trippi 14 0 1948 Joe Geri 9 36 1966 Bobby Etter 0 21

FGs 0 0 0 12

PTs 96 84 90 57

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KICKOFF RETURN CHAMPION

Year Player 1974 Gene Washington 1978 Lindsay Scott 1989 Arthur Marshall

Year – Player (No.) 1970 – Kim Braswell (13) 1981 – Kevin Butler (19) 2002 – Billy Bennett (26)

No. 50 44 38 71 56

SCORING CHAMPION

SCORING CHAMPION (continued)

(Ranked on Points Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G TDs PATs FGs Pts. Avg. 10 10 0 0 60 6.0 1975 Kevin McLee 1980 Herschel Walker 11 15 0 0 90 8.2 1981 Herschel Walker 11 20 0 0 120 10.9 1982 Herschel Walker 11 17 1 0 104 9.5 1988 Tim Worley 11 18 0 0 108 9.8 0 126 11.5 1992 Garrison Hearst 11 21 0 14 0 52 26 130 9.3 2002 Billy Bennett 2005 Brandon Coutu 13 0 45 23 114 8.8 2014 Marshall Morgan 13 0 67 16 115 8.8

Year – Player (SOLO-ASST) 1995 – Whit Marshall (76-52) 2009 – Rennie Curran (66-64) 2013 – Ramik Wilson (76-57)

TOTAL 128 130 133

TACKLES FOR LOSS

Year – Player (TFL's / Avg.) 2002 – David Pollack (22 / 1.69) 2004 – David Pollack ( 18 / 1.50) 2006 – Charles Johnson (19 / 1.46) 2011 – Jarvis Jones (19.5 / 1.39) 2012 – Jarvis Jones (24.5 / 2.04)

QUARTERBACK SACKS

Year – Player (Sacks / Yds.) 2002 – David Pollack (14 / -99 yards) 2004 – David Pollack (12.5 / -91 yards) 2007 – Marcus Howard (10.5 / -101 yards) 2011 – Jarvis Jones (13.5 / -90 yards) 2012 – Jarvis Jones (14.5 / -103 yards)

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Year    G Pts. Avg. Year G Pts. Avg. 1941 10 279 27.9 1967 10 105 10.5 1942 11 367 33.4 1968 10 98 9.8 1944 10 269 26.9 1976 11 118 10.7 1946 10 372 37.2 1981 11 98 8.9 1968 10 282 28.2 1982 11 133 12.1 1976 11 324 29.5 2002 14 212 15.1 1981 11 352 32.0 1992 11 352 32.0 2002 14 450 32.1

Year

TOTAL OFFENSE

G Plays Rush

Pass Total

Avg.

1942 12 2554 2170 4724 429.5

(No SEC statistical champion is recognized for 1942; however, UGA led the nation in total offense that season)

Year G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg. 1968 10 859 1988 1929 3917 391.7 1981 11 865 3102 1810 4912 446.5 1992 11 732 2584 2370 4954 450.4 1994 11 753 1414 3721 5135 466.8 1999 11 831 1749 2827 4576 416.0 Year 1967 1968

G 10 10

TOTAL DEFENSE

Plays 647 650

Rush 1179 988

Pass Total 947 2126 1363 2351

Avg. 212.6 235.1

RUSHING OFFENSE RUSHING DEFENSE

Year G Yds. Avg. 1966 10 1953 195.3 1968 10 1988 198.8 1976 11 3075 279.5 1981 11 3102 282.0 1982 11 3023 274.8 1987 11 3016 274.2 1988 11 2778 252.5 1992 11 2584 234.9 2014 13 3352 257.8 2017 15 3876 258.4

PASSING OFFENSE

Year G Yds. Avg. 1951 10 1618 161.8 1952 11 1878 170.7 1953 11 1575 143.2 1955 10 1156 115.6 1994 11 3721 338.3 2008 13 3610 277.7

KICKOFF RETURNS

Year No. Yds. Avg. 1988 36 867 24.1 1989 32 760 23.8

Year 1971 1981 1985

G Yds. 11 1078 11 797 11 1095

Avg. 97.8 72.5 99.5

PASSING DEFENSE

Year 1967 1969 2003

G Yds. Avg. 10 947 94.7 10 1357 135.7 14 2443 174.5

PUNT RETURNS

Year No. Yds. Avg. 1987 20 233 11.65 1988 31 388 12.5 2001 29 410 14.1 NET PUNTING 2004 29 399 13.8 Year No. Avg. Net 2008 24 422 17.6 1986 41 44.1 40.9 2000 58 42.2 39.5 2001 44 43.9 40.7 2009 56 48.1 41.9

MISCELLANEOUS STATS PASSING EFFICIENCY Year – Rating 2002 — 138.9 2005 — 144.0

QB SACKS

Year – No. (Yds.) 2002 – 45 (-315) 2004 – 37 (-266) 2007 – 42 (-294)

FEWEST QB SACKS ALLOWED Year – No. (Yds.) 2009 – 12 (-96)

TACKLES FOR LOSS

3RD CONVERSIONS Year – Pct. 1997 – .480

4TH CONVERSIONS Year – Pct. 2004 – .786

4TH DOWN DEFENSE Year – Pct. 1995 – .720 1996 – .820

TO MARGIN

Year – Margin 1989 - 1.09 (+12) 2014 - 1.23 (+16)

Year – No. (Yds.) 2002 – 116 (-519)

RED ZONE DEFENSE

FIRST DOWNS

KICKOFF COVERAGE

Year – No. (R/PA/PE) 2005 – 258 (82/148/27) 2011 – 296 (121/155/20)

Year – Pct. 2002 – 58.8

Year – Net Avg. 2010 – 46.4

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1984 NCAA TOP SIX AWARD TERRY HOAGE ROV (1980-83)

1998 TOP EIGHT AWARD MATT STINCHCOMB OT (1995-98)

2002 TOP EIGHT AWARD JON STINCHCOMB OT (1999-2002)

G e o rg i a ’s two-time All-America and Academic All-America roverback Terry Hoage probably best characterized the ideal of the student-athlete. For his achievements both on and off the field, Hoage became Georgia’s first recipient of the NCAA Top VI Award at the NCAA convention in January, 1984. The Top Six Award is presented annually to student-athletes who have achieved athletic success, shown leadership qualities and displayed academic prowess. He set a school record with 12 interceptions during the 1982 season. He placed fifth in the 1983 Heisman Trophy balloting — the highest finish ever for a defensive back at that time. Hoage maintained a 3.7 grade point average in Genetics.

One of the most decorated players in Georgia football history, Matt Stinchcomb, was honored with the 1998 NCAA Top Eight Award. The Top VIII Award is presented annually to eight student-athletes for their achievement in athletics, academics, and leadership. A two-time All-America OT, two time Academic All-America, and national Academic All-American of the Year in 1998, Stinchcomb also was a two-time member of the AFCA Good Works Team recognizing outstanding community service. A finalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award, he received post-graduate scholarships from the NCAA, National Football Foundation, and won the Burger King Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Division 1-A. He graduated with a 3.96 grade point average in business.

Following in the footsteps of his older brother Matt, Bulldog lineman Jon Stinchcomb became the third Georgia football player to receive the prestigious NCAA Top VIII Award, presented to eight student-athletes for accomplishments in both academics and athletics as well as character and leadership. A semifinalist for the 2002 Lombardi Award, Stinchcomb was named to the Walter Camp All-America team and the Verizon/CoSIDAAcademic All-America squad. A first-team All-Southeastern Conference selection by the AP and the SEC Coaches, he anchored the Bulldog line in leading Georgia to a record-setting 13-1 record, SEC title and Sugar Bowl victory. He was the male student-athlete representative to the University's athletics board of directors. He held a 3.75 grade point average in microbiology.

1997 NCAA TEDDY ROOSEVELT AWARD BILLY PAYNE, DE (1966-68) Billy Payne, president and CEO of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, (ACOG) received the Theodore Roosevelt Award – the NCAA's highest honor – during the annual convention in January, 1997. The award is presented annually to a distinguished citizen who is a former college athlete and has exemplified the ideals and purposes of college athletics by demonstrating a continuing interest and concern for physical fitness and sport. Payne, a three-year letterman for the Bulldogs (1966-68), graduated from Georgia in 1969 and earned his law degree from the University in 1973. After a successful law practice in Atlanta, he began his work of bringing the Olympic Games to Atlanta in 1988.

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1996 NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD DR. TOM LYONS, C (1968-70)

1986 NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD FRAN TARKENTON, QB (1958-60)

Former University of Georgia All-America center Dr. Tom Lyons, director of the Center for Women’s Care and Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta, was one of six selected nationally to receive the 1996 award. Lyons was chosen to present the acceptance response in behalf of all Silver Anniversary winners at the 1996 NCAA convention, a group which included football legends Joe Theisman of Notre Dame and Jack Youngblood of Florida and track great Marty Liquori of Villanova. Since beginning his medical practice full time, Lyons has become one of the nation’s leading physicians in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. A two-time All-America and All-SEC lineman (1969 and ’70), Lyons was awarded the prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Post-Graduate Fellowship. He was a six-year starter with the NFL’s Denver Broncos, attending medical school and completed his internship and residency at the University of Colorado during his NFL playing career.

Fran Tarkenton, All-America quarterback at Georgia and All-Pro with both the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants of the NFL, became the Bulldogs’ first recipient of the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award in 1986. A native of Athens who first played in Sanford Stadium as part of the Athens YMCA’s youth games prior to Bulldog contests, Tarkenton was a two-time first-team All-Southeastern Confernce selection and led Georgia to the 1959 SEC Championship. After throwing four touchdowns in his first NFL game, Tarkenton enjoyed an illustrious 18-year pro career and was named the league MVP in 1975. When he retired from the NFL in 1978, Tarkenton was the league’s all-time leader in passing attempts (6,467) completions (3,686), yardage (47,003) and touchdowns (342). Vikings coach Bud Grant said Tarkenton was ‘‘the greatest quarterback ever to play the game.’’ The same year Tarkenton received the NCAA’s Silver Anniversary Award, he was also inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. The following year, 1987, Tarkenton was enshrined into the College Football Hall of Fame as well.

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NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARS 1. GEORGIA........................13 2. Missouri............................11 3. Ole Miss..............................8 Florida State........................8 5. LSU.....................................7 6. Tennessee............................6 Florida.................................6 Alabama..............................6 9. North Carolina.....................5 Texas A&M.........................5 Virginia................................5 12. Vanderbilt............................4 Auburn................................4 Kentucky.............................4 Arkansas..............................4 Miss. State...........................4

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL PLAYERS 1. GEORGIA................. 28 Alabama...................... 27 LSU............................. 27 4. Ole Miss...................... 22 Duke............................ 22 6. Florida......................... 21 Florida State................ 21 Auburn........................ 21 9. Georgia Tech............... 20 Arkansas...................... 20 11. Missouri...................... 19 12. Vanderbilt.................... 18 13. Furman........................ 17 14. Texas A&M................. 16 15. N.C. State.................... 14 Tennessee.................... 14 17. Miss. State................... 13

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS – FOOTBALL 1. GEORGIA..............13 U. of the South.........13 3. Furman.....................10 Florida......................10 5. Ole Miss.....................9 6. Georgia Tech..............6 Wake Forest...............6 Alabama.....................6 Tennessee...................6 10. Miss. State..................5 Clemson.....................5 Vanderbilt...................5 13. UT-Chattanooga.........4

Academic All-Stars ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1960 1965 1966 1966 1968 1971 1971 1975 1977 1981 1982 1983 1992 1992 1997 1998 1998 2000 2001 2002 2010 2011 2012 2012 2013

.................................... Fran Tarkenton, QB ..............................................Bob Etter, PK .......................................... Lynn Hughes, S ..............................................Bob Etter, PK .......................................... Bill Stanfill, DT ............................................ Tom Nash, OT ..................................Mixon Robinson, DE ....................................Glynn Harrison, RB ............................................ Jeff Lewis, LB ................... Terry Hoage, ROV (2nd team) ......................................Terry Hoage, ROV ......................................Terry Hoage, ROV ...................................... Todd Peterson, PK ....................... Alec Millen, OT (2nd team) ................................. Matt Stinchcomb, OT ................................. Matt Stinchcomb, OT ....................... Kirby Smart, FS (2nd team) ................... Jon Stinchcomb, OT (2nd team) ................................... Jon Stinchcomb, OT ................................... Jon Stinchcomb, OT ............................................ Drew Butler, P ............................................ Drew Butler, P ................................................. Ty Frix, SN ......................................Aaron Murray, QB ......................................Aaron Murray, QB

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1977 1983 1998 2002 2004 2011 2013

..........................................Bobby Etter, PK ............................... Tommy Lawhorne, LB .......................................... Billy Payne, DE ...................................... Tim Callaway, DG ........................................ Tommy Lyons, C ............................................ Tom Nash, OT ............................................ Jeff Lewis, LB ......................................Terry Hoage, ROV ................................. Matt Stinchcomb, OT ................................... Jon Stinchcomb, OT ...................................... David Greene, QB ............................................ Drew Butler, P ......................................Aaron Murray, QB

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HALL OF FAME

2004 Terry Hoage

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Tommy Lawhorne, LB Billy Payne, DE Tommy Lyons, C Tom Nash, OT Mixon Robinson, DE Jeff Lewis, LB Jeff Pyburn, QB Chris Welton, ROV Terry Hoage, ROV Kim Stephens, OG Richard Tardits, LB Matt Stinchcomb, OT Jon Stinchcomb, O

Matt and Jon Stinchcomb of Lilburn are two of Georgia's most decorated players in history. Both earned honors as All-America, Academic All-America, and selected to the AFCA National Good Works Team. Both also were named recipients of the NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship.

ACADEMIC ALL-SEC 1954 Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry; Bob Clemens, FB, Agriculture 1955 Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS – ALL SPORTS 1. GEORGIA......................72 2. Florida..............................40 3. Tennessee.........................35 4. Alabama...........................34 5. North Carolina.................26 6. U. of the South.................25 7. N.C. State.........................23 9. Clemson...........................23 8. Virginia............................17 10. Kentucky..........................17

1966 Bob Etter, PK, Math; Kirby Moore, QB, Business Adm.; Tommy Lawhorne, LB, Pre-Med; Lynn Hughes, S, Accounting 1967 Billy Payne, T, Pre-Law; Kirby Moore, QB, Business Adm.; Tommy Lawhorne, LB, Pre-Med; Jake Scott, S, Business 1968 Bruce Yawn, C, Business; Billy Payne, E, Pre-Law; Bill Stanfill, DT, Education; Happy Dicks, LB, Pre-Med 1969 Tommy Lyons, C, Arts & Sciences; Lee Daniel, DT, Arts & Sciences; Tim Callaway, DG, Business 1970 Tom Nash, OT, Education; Tommy Lyons, C, Arts and Sciences 1971 Tom Nash, OT, Economics; Mixon Robinson, DE, Pre-Med; Chuck Heard, DT, Pre-Med 1972 Mac McWhorter, OG, Education; Len Ellspermann, DE, Business 1973 Mac McWhorter, OG, Education 1975 Hugh Hendrix, OG, Business; Glynn Harrison, RB, Pre-Law; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Allan Leavitt, PK, Arts and Sciences; Dicky Clark, DE, Business Education

1957 Jimmy Orr, HB, Business Adm.

1976 Matt Robinson, QB, Journalism; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Dicky Clark, DE, Business; Johnny Henderson, DB, Business; Ben Zambiasi, LB, Criminology

1959 Pat Dye, G, Phys. Ed.; Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm.

1977 Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Jeff Lewis, LB, Pre-Law

1960 Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm.

1978 Mark Hodge, TE, Finance; Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Steve Dennis, DE, Finance; Chris Welton, DB, Pre-Med

1956 George Whitton, HB, Commercial Art

1962 Billy Knowles, HB, Business Adm. 1963 Billy Knowles, HB, Business Adm. 1964 George Nowicki, E, History; Bob Etter, PK, Math; Pat Hunnicutt, DB, Pre-Med 1965 Bob Etter, PK, Math; Lynn Hughes, S, Accounting

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1979 Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Jay Russell, SE, Physical Ed 1980 Frank Ros, LB, Business Ed.; Greg Bell, CB, General Business; Chris Welton, ROV, General Business 1981 Warren Gray, OT, Agriculture; Terry Hoage, ROV, Pre-Med

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ley, QB, Speech Comm; George Wynn, CB, Sciences; Brad Register, BT, BioengineerCriminal Justice ing; Trey Sipe, SS, Bioengineering; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Paul Snellings, BK, Rec. 1992 & Leisure Studies; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Scot Armstrong, P, Business; Damon Evans, Gen.Bus.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Eco. WR, Finance; Torrey Evans, LB, Finance; Robert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; Al 1998 Jackson, CB, Criminal Justice; Preston Jones, Ronnie Bradley, RB, Child & Fam. Devel.; QB, Finance; Alec Millen, OT, Psychology; Adrian Goodman, LB, Child & Fam. Devel.; Todd Peterson, PK, Finance; Jason Pickett, LB, Brett Hansen, LB, Finance; Doug Hene, LB, Accounting; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Biology; Finance; Steve Herndon, OG,Business Ed.; Bill Rosenberg, NG, Int. Business; Jack Swan, Chad Holleman, PK, Finance; Jeremy Lewis, C, English; Chris Wilson, CB, Economics; Eric SN/OG, Gen. Business; Dustin Luckie, LB, Zeier, QB, Business Speech Comm.; Miles Luckie, C, Speech Comm.; Robert Matthews, SN, Exercise & 1993 Sports Sci.; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. BusiRobert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; ness; Brent Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, Danny Ledbetter, MLB, Risk Mgt. & Ins.; C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, Biology; Chris McCranie, DB, Speech Comm.; Will Bruce Sills, OG/SN, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; KirMuschamp, SS,Speech Comm.; Brett Pel- by Smart, SAF, Finance; Matt Stinchcomb, lock, P, Biology; Eric Zeier, QB, Business OT, Finance; Mike Usry, QB, Sports Studies 1994 James Exley, OLB, Business; Bryan Jones, ILB, Business; Chris McCranie, FLK, Int. Business; Brett Pellock, P, Microbiology; Alandus Sims, FS, Political Science; Trey Sipe, CB, Ag. Engineering; Marcus Smith, FS, Pre-Med; James Warner, TE, Consumer Econ.

1999 Will Goldman, OT, Nutrition Sci.; Brett Hansen, SLB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG, Bus. Edu.; Chad Holleman, PK, Physical Edu./ Sports Studies; Jonas Jennings, OT, Sports Studies; Dustin Luckie, DE, Speech Comm.; Brett Millican, RB, Finance; Jason Nesbit, DE, Man.Info. Systems; Brady 1995 Pate, C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, MiMike Bobo, QB, Business; Chris McCranie, crobiology; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Pre-Med. SE, Business; Kirby Smart, FS, Business; Brian Smith, QB, Biology; Marcus Smith, 2000 SE, Microbiology; Troy Stark, TT, Consumer David Claassen, P, Spanish; Benjamin Dukes, Econ.; Travis Stroud, NG, Business; Paul DL, Man. Info. Sys.; David Jacobs, DE, HousTaylor, TE, English; David Weeks, C, Business ing; Jonas Jennings, OL, Sport Stud; Jevaris Johnson, TE, Child & Fam. Devel.; Brett Kirouac, P, Sports Business; Brett Millican, RB, 1996 Mike Bobo, QB, Marketing; Derrick Byrd, Finance; Brady Pate, OL, Finance; Cory RobBK, Consumer Econ.; Drew Cronic, SE, Math inson, CB, Speech Comm.; Jon Stinchcomb, Education; Brent Davis, TE, Management; OT, Microbio.; Kirby Towns, WR, Business Douglas Hene, LB, Finance; Doug Huff, QB, Exercise Science; Ryan Krusac, PK, 2001 Art Education; Larry Mann, FS, Consumer Johnny Brown, RB, Sport Studies; David Econ.; Chris McCranie, SE, Int. Business; Claassen, P, Spanish; Ben Dukes, DL, M.I.S.; Benjamin Puckett, , Biology; Ryan Sand- Brett Kirouac, PK, Finance; Ben Lowe, OG, erson, PK, MIS; Trey Sipe, SS, Biomed. Tech. Studies; LaBrone Mitchell, FLK, Sport Eng.; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Brian Studies; Jeremy Nelson, RB, Biology; Jason Smith, QB, Biology; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Nesbit, RB, Marketing; Jermaine Phillips, Business; Spencer Thomas, SE, Landscape SS, Sport Studies; Braxton Snyder, RB, Sport Arch.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Econ. Studies; Reggie Stargill, OG, Child & Fam. Devel.; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Microbiology; Justin Womack, SS, Sport Studies 1997 Larry Brown, TE, Family & Consumer Sci.; Doug Hene, LB, Finance; Steve Herndon, 2002 OG, Bus. Ed.; Chad Holleman, PK, Gen. Billy Bennett, PK, Finance; Jarrett Berry, FLK, Bus.; Mark Johnson, PK, Biology; Matthew Agricult. Business; David Claassen, P, Internat. Knisely, LB, Gen. Bus.; Jeremy Lewis, OT, Business; Ryan Davis, WC, Health and PE; Gen. Bus.; Robert Matthews, SN, Ex. Sci- Tony Gilbert, MLB, Special Education; David ences; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. Bus.; Brent Greene, QB, Management; Jake Hooten, ST, Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, C, Arts & Finance; Adam Johnson, FLK, Economics;

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Sean Jones, FS, Sport Studies; Brett Kirouac, PK, Finance; Ben Lowe, NG, Education; LaBrone Mitchell, SE, Sports Studies; Jared Noblet, DE, Sports Studies; Braxton Snyder, FB, Sports Studies; Jon Stinchcomb, ST, Microbology; Russ Tanner, C, Education; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English; J.T. Wall, FB, Sports Studies; Justin Womack, FS, Arts and Sciences 2003 Billy Bennett, PK, Management; Patrick Croffie, SC, Child & Fam. Devel.; Michael DiFiore, TE, Business; John DeGenova, SG, Psychology; David Greene, QB, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; Derrick Holloway, LB, Economics; Jake Hooten, OT, Finance; John Huber, LB, Broadcast News; Lee Jackson, P, Housing; Marcus Jackson, DE, Business; Adam Johnson, FLK, Marketing; Brian Jordan, SN, Biological Science; William Koehler, SG, Mgt. Info. Systems; Adam Kohler, Journalism; Porter Lady, TG, Food Science; Bryan McClendon, FLK, Sport Studies; Martrez Milner, TE, Sport Studies; Ryan Schnetzer, SG, Biological Science; Joe Tereshinski, QB, Business; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English; Reggie Weeks, TG, Management 2004 Sean Bailey, FLK, Business; John DeGenova, SG, Psychology; David Greene, QB, Risk Managment; Albert Hollis II, RB/DB, Agribusiness; Jacob Hooten,OT, Finance; Lee Jackson, P/H, Housing; Brian Jordan, SN, Pre-Med; William Koehler, NG, Mgm Info Sciences; Porter Lady, TG, Food Science; Bryan McClendon, SE, Rec & Lesisure St.; Bartley Miller,OG, Business; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec & Lesisure Study; Gary Rymer, TE; Ryan Schnetzer, C, Biological Sciences; D.J. Shockley, QB, Speech Comm.; Russ Tanner,C, Sports Studies; Joseph Tereshinski III,QB Finance; Jeremy Thomas, FB, English; Evan Wells, SE, Consumer Science; Stephen White, DE, Biology 2005 Benjamin Boyd, LB, Sports Studies; Jeff Busbee, LB, Business; John DeGenova, SG, Psychology; Chris Gaunder, LB, Biology; Mike Gilliam, DB, Agribusiness; Mikey Henderson, WR, Housing; Trahern Holden, TE, Middle School Ed.; Lee Jackson, H, Housing; Brian Jordan, SN, Biologicial Sciences; Charles Krauth, SE, Business; Justin Lyles, OL, Consumer Economics; Bryan McClendon, SE, Rec. & Leis. Stud.; Brian Mimbs, P, Business; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec. & Leis. Stud.; Joseph O’Keefe, SE, Finance; Mitchell Pittman, WR, Agribusiness; Ben Reaves, WR, Health & Phys. Education; Ryan Schnetzer, C, Biological Sciences; Ryan Sewell, SE, Risk Mgemt. & Insurance; D.J. Shockley, QB, Speech Communication; Brannan Southerland, FB, Business; Russ Tanner, C,

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2009 Cameron Allen, LB, Bio Engineering; Taylor Bradberry, FLK, Exercise & Sports Science; Drew Butler, P, Pre-Journalism, Shaun Chapas, FB, Pre-Business, Joe Cox, QB, Psychology; Ricardo Crawford, DT, Housing; Matthew DeGenova, DE, Pre-Business; Trenton Dittmer, P, Chemistry; Kris Durham, SE, Education; Bryan Evans, FS, Housing; Ty Frix, SN, Biomedical Engineering; Chad Gloer, CB, Pre-Business; Jackson Griffeth, LB, Agriculture Engineering; A.J. Harmon, LT, Education; Dontavius Jackson, TB, Housing; Andrew Jensen, PK, Risk Management & Insurance; Andrew Johnson, SS, Biomed. Engineering; Ben Jones, C, Education; Kevin Lanier, FB, Biological Science; Dallas Lee, C, Sports Management; Jeremy Longo, DL/ LB, Criminal Justice; Zach Mettenberger, QB, Pre-Journalism; Aaron Murray, QB, Pre-Journalism; Casey Nickels, RT, Finance; Craig Sager, WR, Pre-Journalism; Josh Sailors, WR, Biology; Jordan Stowe, PK, Psychology; Trenton Turner, TE, Pre-Business; Jason Veal, LB, Pre-Business/ Finance; Brandon Wheeling, DT, Health & PE; Aron White, TE, Pre-Business. 2010 Cameron Allen, FG, Bio. Engineering; John Bodin, OG, Anthropology; Taylor Bradberry, FLK, Exercise & Sport Science; Brian Brewer, TB, Exercise & Sport Science; Christopher Burnette, C, Finance; Drew Butler, P, Telecommunication Arts; Shaun Chapas, FB, Marketing; Orson Charles, TE, Ag. Engineering; Matt DeGenova, DE, Finance; Kris Durham, SE, Middle School Education; Reuben Faloughi, OLB, Psychology; Ty Frix, SN, Biological Engineering; Ben Jones, C, Health & PE; Jeremy Longo, DE, Housing; Arthur Lynch, TE, Health & PE; Aaron Murray, QB, Psychology; Josh Murray, SS, Management; Ben Reynolds, C, Biology; Derek Rich, TE, Finance; Blake Sailors, CB, Consumer Econ.; Josh Sailors, FB. Biology; Wesley Van Dyk, TB, Management; Jason Veal, ILB, Finance; Aaron White, TE, Management; Charles White, ILB, Management 2011 Michael Bennett, SE,Sport Management; Greg Bingham, QB, Intl. Affairs; John Bodin, OG, Anthropology; Brandon Bogotay, PK, Family Financial Planning; Taylor Bradberry, FLK, Health Promotion; Chris Burnette, OG, Finance; Drew Butler, P, Sport Management; Corey Campbell, LB, Biology; Luis Capella, CB, Economics; Orson Charles, TE, Housing; Chris Conley, WR, Journalism; Matthew DeGenova, OLB, Sport Management; Scott Eichler, PK, Ag. Engineering; Michael Erdman, WR, Marketing; Reuben Faloughi, OLB, Psychology; Ty Frix, SN, Biological Engineering; Austin Herod, SS, Exercise & Sport Science; Ben Jones, C, Health & PE; Aaron Murray, QB, Psychology; Connor Norman, SS, Exercise & Sport Science;

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Alex Parsons, TB, Exercise & Sport Science; Ben Reynolds, C, Biology; Garrison Smith, DE, History; Trinton Sturdivant, OL, Finance; Jeremy Sulek, LB, Finance; Wes Van Dyk, TB, Management; Kosta Vavlas, ILB, Biological Science; Jason Veal, ILB, Finance; Aron White, TE, Sport Management; Hugh Williams, OT, Forestry 2012 Faton Bauta, QB, Arts & Sciences; Greg Bingham, QB, International Affairs; Taylor Bradberry, FLK, Health Promotions; Christopher Burnette, OG, Finance; Corey Campbell, FB, Biological Sciences; Luis Capella, CB, Finance; Christian Conley, FLK, Journalism; Watts Dantzler, OL, Health & Physical Education; Scott Eichler, PK, Agricultural Engineering; Michael Erdman, SE, Management; Adam Erickson, P, Real Estate; Reuben Faloughi, OLB, Psychology; Ty Frix, SN, Biological Engineering/MBA; Austin Herod, SS, Exercise & Sport Science; Ethan Jackson, P, Exercise & Sport Science; Jesse Jones, S, International Affairs; Kyle Karempelis, TB, Management; Richard Lowe, DE, Biology; Arthur Lynch, TE, History; Keith Marshall, TB, Management; Hutson Mason, QB, Communication Studies; Taylor Maxey, FB, Finance; Rhett McGowan, SE, Sport Management; Gregory Mulkey, TE, Agricultural Engineering; Aaron Murray, QB, Psychology; Connor Norman, FS, Exercise & Sport Science; Alexander Parsons, TB, Exercise & Sport Science; Jamal Payette, WR, Finance; Geoffrey Rapp, TE, Psychology; Lucas Redd, FS, Health & Physical Education; Ben Reynolds, C, Biology; Christian Robinson, LB, Sport Management; Dustin Royston, FB, Political Science; Garrison Smith, DE, History; Michael Thornton, N, Communication Studies; Kosta Vavlas, ILB, Biological Sciences; Hugh Williams, TE, Advertising; Drew Wilson, TE, Mathematics Education. 2013 Faton Bauta, QB, Sport Management; Patrick Beless, PK, Risk Management & Insurance; Michael Bennett, SE, Sports Management; Greg Bingham, QB, International Affairs; Chris Burnette, OG, Business; Corey Campbell, FB, Biological Sciences; Reggie Carter, ILB, Undeclared; Jared Chapple, TE, Human Development & Family Sciences; Chris Conley, FLK, Journalism; Adam Erickson, P, Real Estate; Wright Gazaway, SN, Digital & Broadcast Journalism; Devin Gillespie, SS, Criminal Justice; Austin Herod, SS, Exercise & Sport Science; Merritt Hall, FB, Management; Brandon Harton, TB, Psychology; Ethan Jackson, P, Exercise & Sport Science; Kyle Karempelis, TB, Finance; Clint Kirk, DE, Management; Tommy Long, ILB, Finance; Christian LeMay, QB, Communication Studies; Arthur Lynch, TE, History; Keith Marshall, TB, Management;

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Biology; Nathan Theus, SN, Kinesiology; Ridge Underwood, LB, Mass Media Arts; Steven Van Tiflin, WR, Finance; Sam Vaughn, QB, Business; Glenn Welch, FB, Finance 2016 Rodrigo Blankenship, PK, Digital & Broadcast Journalism; Jeb Blazevich, TE, Risk Management; John Courson, SN, Psychology; Aaron Davis, DB, Computer Science; Jacob Eason, QB, Financial Planning; Turner Fortin, FB, Finance; Trent Frix, SN, Risk Management; William Ham, PK, Management Info. Systems; Sage Hardin, OL, Economics; Jackson Harris, TE, Mech. Engineering; Matthew Herzwurm, SN, Finance; Greyson Lambert, QB, Kinesiology; Tommy Long, LB, Economics; Nicholas Moore, FB/SN, Mathematics; Isaac Nauta, TE, Sport Management; Thomas Pritchard, PK, Biological Sciences, Poultry Science; Billy Seward, OL, Economics/Finance; Roquan Smith, LB, Communication Studies; Kenneth Towns, WR, Kinesiology; Ridge Underwood, LB, Mass Media Arts; Steven Van Tiflin, WR, Finance; Sam Vaughn, QB, Finance; Glenn Welch, FB, Finance. 2017 Rodrigo Blankenship, PK, Digital & Broadcast Journalism; Jeb Blazevich, TE, Risk Management; Patrick Burke, WR, Management; Aulden Bynum, OL, Agricultural & Applied Economics; Reginald Carter, LB, Sociology; Michael Chigbu, WR, Advertising; John Courson, SN, Psychology; Aaron Davis, DB, Computer Systems Engineering; Jacob Eason, QB, Financial Planning; Alex Essex, DT, Risk Management & Insurance; Turner Fortin, FB, Finance; Trent Frix, SN, Risk Management & Insurance; Jake Fromm, QB, Finance; Daniel Gothard, OL, Mechanical Engineering; Jacob Gross, FB, Sociology; Carson Hall, OL, Sport Management; Mecole Hardman, WR, Sport Management; Jackson Harris, TE, Mech. Engineering; Matthew Herzwurm, SN, Finance; Prather Hudson, RB, Finance; Michael Keene, LB, Accounting; Miles McGinty, TE, Management; Jordan McKinney, DB, Biology; Nick Moore, FB/SN, Finance; Josh Moran, WR, Finance; Isaac Nauta, TE, Sport Management; Cameron Nizialek, P, Kinesiology; Julian Rochester, DL, Communication Studies; Kirkland Smith, DB, Exercise & Sport Science; Roquan Smith, LB, Economics; Thomas Swilley, OL, Sport Management; Steve Van Tiflin, WR, Exercise & Sport Science; Charlie Woerner, TE, Agricultural & Applied Economics

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GEORGIA’S AVERAGE YEARLY ATTENDANCE — ALL GAMES

Year Games Attendance Average 2009 12 2008 11 2004 11 2007 12 2006 12 2012 13 2015 12 2013 12 2002 13 2014 12 2003 13 2017 13 2010 12 1998 11 2005 12 2011 13 2000 11 1990 11 1994 11 1984 11 1992 11 1999 11 1986 11 2001 11 1982 11 2016 12 1988 11 1997 11 1996 11

965,310 1,048,764 947,734 1,026,656 1,023,182 1,106,092 1,015,941 1,010,169 1,090,033 1,002,737 1,077,317 1,075,927 989,805 905,286 968,301 1,040,391 880,270 863,755 859,304 855,651 851,477 844,882 841,802 832,395 809,372 809,264 808,358 801,940 794,153

91,452 87,397 86,157 85,555 85,265 85,084 84,662 84,181 83,848 83,561 82,870 82,764 82,483 82,299 80,692 80,030 80,025 78,523 78,119 77,786 77,407 76,807 76,527 75,672 73,579 67,438 73,487 72,901 72,196

Largest Crowd / Attendance

at Tennessee..........................103,261 6 games...................................92,746 6 games...................................92,746 at Tennessee..........................107,052 7 games...................................92,746 6 games...................................92,746 at Tennessee..........................102,455 at Tennessee..........................102,455 7 games...................................86,520 7 games...................................92,746 at Tennessee..........................107,517 at Tennessee..........................102,455 6 games...................................92,746 Wym, Tenn, & GT.................. 86,117 at Tennessee..........................108,470 at Tennessee..........................102,455 3 games...................................86,520 at Auburn ...............................85,214 Tenn. & Clemson.................... 86,117 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................82,349 3 games...................................85,434 at Tennessee..........................107,247 Georgia Tech ..........................82,122 at Tennessee..........................107,592 4 Games .................................82,122 6 games...................................92,746 at Auburn ...............................85,214 at Tennessee..........................106,656 Tennessee................................ 86,117

AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE SINCE 1967

No. of Home Year Games 2015 2014 2017 2016 2013 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2012 2003 2002 2001 1999 1998 2000 1995 1992 1991 1997 1983 1984 1982 1989 1994 1985 1981 1988 1990 1986 1987 1996 1993 1980 1979 1972 1969 1968 1970 1976 1967 1971 1973 1977 1974 1978 1975

Total Average National Attendance Attendance Ranking

7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 6 6 7 6 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 6 6 5 5 5 6 4 5 6 6 6 6 6

648,922 92,746 9th 648,922 92,746 9th 556,476 92,746 9th 556,476 92,746 9th 556,476 92,746 7th 555,676 92,612 7th 556,476 92,746 7th 556,476 92,746 6th 556,476 92,746 6th 649,222 92,746 5th 649,222 92,746 5th 556,476 92,746 5th 556,476 92,746 5th 648,922 92,703 7th 552,348 92,058 5th 605,640 86,520 5th 519,120 86,520 6th 516,702 86,117 5th 513,710 85,618 5th 506,922 84,487 7th 503,687 83,948 6th 499,162 83,194 6th 496,243 82,707 6th 494,375 82,396 7th 492,432 82,072 4th 492,037 82,006 7th 490,081 81,680 5th 489,210 81,535 6th 488,633 81,439 5th 485,616 80,936 5th 484,162 80,694 5th 481,704 80,284 6th 481,036 80,173 6th 477,573 79,596 5th 476,614 79,436 5th 475,639 79,273 9th 468,457 78,076 7th 425,750 60,821 16th 361,000 60,167 18th 348,277 58,046 289,555 57,911 288,469 57,694 285,427 57,085 342,225 57,038 222,011 55,503 275,997 55,199 325,400 54,233 321,400 53,567 289,400 48,233 288,800 48,133 288,300 48,050

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Average

1995 11 793,608 72,146 1983 11 785,306 71,391 1985 11 784,786 71,344 1989 11 784,600 71,327 1991 11 766,346 69,668 1987 11 759,192 69,017 1993 11 757,649 68,877 1981 11 755,715 68,701 1980 11 720,929 65,539 1978 11 651,083 59,189 1976 11 611,759 55,614 1973 11 606,434 55,130 1972 11 599,913 54,538 1968 10 543,892 54,389 1979 11 596,114 54,192 1977 11 592,736 53,885 1969 10 531,554 53,155 1967 10 512,565 51,256 1974 11 560,741 50,976 1970 10 507,440 50,744 1971 11 554,117 50,374 1975 11 522,533 47,500 1965 10 471,734 47,173 1966 10 416,368 41,637 1963 10 382,682 38,268 1960 10 373,492 37,349 1964 10 364,142 36,414 Note: Does Not Include Bowl Games

Largest Crowd / Attendance

at Tennessee............................95,757 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................82,166 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................82,327 at Tennessee ...........................96,058 3 games ..................................85,434 at Clemson .............................82,500 at Tennessee............................96,228 Auburn ...................................82,165 at Tennessee ...........................95,288 at LSU ....................................77,158 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,314 at Tennessee ...........................70,812 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................66,252 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,012 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................63,148 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................68,538 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,862 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................69,489 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,716 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,294 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................67,383 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................70,416 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................61,527 at Jax. (Fla.) ...........................62,820 at Ga. Tech .............................53,052 Georgia Tech ..........................55,000 Georgia Tech ..........................52,050

CONSECUTIVE SELLOUTS - 64

(Starting 9.1.2001 vs. Ark. St. through 9.10.2011 vs. S.C.)

LARGEST SANFORD STADIUM CROWDS Attendance

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Date  

2004 NORTH SKYSUITES ADDITION (92,746) G-Day April 16, 2016 1. 93,000 2. 92,746 Georgia Southern Sept. 4, 2004 82 games (92,746) 2004 -2016 2003 NORTH UPPER DECK ADDITION (92,058) 1. 92,058 Middle Tenn. St. Sept. 6, 2003 2003 6 games (92,058 ) 2000 SKYSUITES ADDITION (86,520) 1. 86,520 Georgia Southern Sept. 9, 2000 16 games (86,520 ) 2000-2002 1994 SKYSUITES ADDITION (86,117) Tennessee Sept. 10, 1994 1. 86,117 17 games (86,117) 1994-1999 1991 WEST END ENCLOSED (85,434) 1. 85,434 Louisiana State Sept. 7, 1991   7 games (85,434) 1981 EAST END ENCLOSED (82,122) 1. 82,165 Auburn Nov. 14, 1981 2. 82,122 Clemson Sept. 6, 1982 24 games (82,122) 1982-1990 27. 82,100 South Carolina Sept. 26, 1981 28. 82,077 Ole Miss Oct. 1, 1988 29. 82,011 Georgia Tech Nov. 26, 1988 30. 82,007 Baylor Sept. 16, 1989 1967 DOUBLE DECKED (59,200) 1. 63,000 Auburn Nov. 17, 1979 2. 62,891 Auburn Nov. 13, 1971 3. 62,800 Georgia Tech Nov. 29, 1980 4. 62,200 South Carolina Nov. 1, 1980 5. 61,800 Clemson Sept. 20, 1980 6. 61,000 LSU Oct. 13, 1979

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With a $25 million expansion completed in 2003 and another $8 million in 2004, Sanford Stadium added a second upper deck on the north side and 27 new north side SkySuites bringing the new stadium capacity to 92,746--the ninth largest on-campus stadium in the country. Named for the late Dr. S. V. Sanford, former president of the University and Chancellor of the University system, Georgia's Sanford Stadium celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2004. An overflow crowd of 30,000 saw the stadium's first game on October 12, 1929, when Yale University made its only trip South. Georgia won the now famous game when a young sophomore end from Macon, Vernon "Catfish" Smith, scored all 15 of the Bulldogs' points. Final score, Georgia 15, Yale 0. Through the years, the stadium has experienced various expansion

projects. In 1940, lights were added to the field level paving the way to the first Sanford Stadium night game, a 7-7 tie between Georgia and Kentucky on October 26, 1940. Eventually, the East end of the stadium was enclosed, more lights added, and the capacity increased to 82,122. The 1991 project cost the University Athletic Association $3.7 million and enclosed the West end. The price tag was rather hefty, considering that the original price to build the stadium was a mere $360,000. Legendary Sanford Stadium added yet another chapter to its history by hosting the medal round of the 1996 Olympic men's and women's soccer competition, watched via television by over 3 billion people around the world.

QUICK FACTS GEORGIAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HOME RECORD: 340-106-9 FIRST GAME: 10/12/1929 - Ga. 15, Yale 0 (Att. 30,000+) FIRST NIGHT GAME: 10/26/1940, Georgia 7, Kentucky 7 FIRST NIGHT GAME, NEW LIGHTS: 9/6/1982 Georgia 13, Clemson 7 FIRST LOSS: 11/14/1931 - Tulane 20, Georgia 7 LONGEST HOME STREAK: 24 wins (9/13/1980-11/12/1983) LARGEST HOME CROWD: 93,000 (G-Day 2016) CAPACITY SINCE 2014: 92,746

Top 10 largest on-campus stadiums 1. Michigan Stadium, University of Michigan (107,601) field turf 2. Beaver Stadium, Penn State University (106,572) natural 3. Ohio Stadium, Ohio State University (104,944) natural 4. Kyle Field, Texas A&M, (102,733), natural 5. Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee (102,455) natural 6. Tiger Stadium, LSU (102,321) natural 7. Bryant-Denny Stadium, University of Alabama (101,821), natural 8. Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial/Jamail Field (100,119) field turf 9. SANFORD STADIUM, GEORGIA (92,746) natural 10. Memorial Stadium, University of Nebraska (90,000) field turf

Sanford Stadium grew to its current capacity of 92,746 in 2004.

Capacity of SEC Stadiums 1. Kyle Field, Texas A&M (102,733) natural 2. Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee (102,455) natural 3. Tiger Stadium, LSU (102,321) natural 4. Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama (101,821) natural 5. SANFORD STADIUM, GEORGIA (92,746) natural 6. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, University of Florida (88,548) natural 7. Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn (87,451) natural 8. Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina (80,250) natural 9. Razorback Stadium, Arkansas (72,000) field turf 10. Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, Missouri (71,168) field turf 11. Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State (61,337) natural 12. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Ole Miss (64,038) field turf 13. Kroger Field, Kentucky (61,000) UBU Sports Synthetic turf 14. Vanderbilt Stadium, Vanderbilt (40,550) artificial turf

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The Centennial Olympic Games of 1996 added an historic chapter to the 70-plus year history of Sanford Stadium. The home of the Bulldogs hosted the medal round of the men's and women's Olympic soccer in July, 1996. The largest crowd ever to witness a women's soccer game saw the United States defeat China, 2-1, to claim the first-ever women's Olympic gold medal in the sport.

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Georgia Coaches At Home Harry Mehre: 25-7-2 (.765) Wally Butts: 65-24-4 (.720) Vince Dooley: 111-27-2 (.800) Ray Goff: 29-13 (.690) Jim Donnan: 22-8 (.733) Mark Richt: 80-16 (.833) Kirby Smart: 9-3 (.750)

89 YEARS IN SANFORD STADIUM

1929.....Sanford Stadium Built Named for Dr. Steadman Vincent Sanford, former UGA president and University System of Georgia chancellor. Seating Capacity: 30,000; Construction cost: $360,000. 1940......Lights erected on field level 1949..... 6,000 seats added to South stands New seating capacity to 36,000. 1964....7,621 seats added to end zone; New seating capacity to 43,621. Lights removed from field level. 1967....Sanford Stadium Double-Decked 19,640 seats added....New seating capacity to 59,000. Club level seating added, press box area and Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s box.; Project cost $3,000,000; Architect: Heery & Heery, Atlanta; General Contractor: Baugh & Coody, Inc., Albany, Ga. 1981.....East End Enclosed 19,000 seats added...New seating capacity to 82,122. Project cost: $11,500,000; Architect: Finch-Heery, Atlanta; General Contractor: Marvin M. Black Co., Norcross, Ga. 1982.....Lights Installed 12 poles; 420 metal-halide bulbs; bottom row of lights 150 feet above the playing field. Project costs $1,000,000; Engineers: Inglett & Stubbs, Inc. Atlanta; Architect: Lighting Associates, Lithonia, Ga. 1984....Lettermen's Club Added-East End 5,460 square feet addition; 3,000 square feet dining/meeting room; Project cost: $386,390; Architect: Heery-Fabrap, Atlanta, Ga.; General Contractor: Terry Development, Athens, Ga. 1991.....West End Enclosed 4,205 seats added...New seating capacity to 85,434 Project cost $3.7 million; Architect: Heery International Inc., Atlanta; General Contractor: Winter Construction, Atlanta 1994....30 SkySuites Constructed Double deck luxury SkySuites atop South side upper deck. 683 seats added....New seating capacity to 86,117 Project costs over $6 million. Completed in August, 1994. Architect: Heery International Inc., Atlanta, Ga. General Contractor: Beers Construction, Atlanta, Ga. 2000....SkySuite/SkyClub Addition 20 New SkySuites added to existing 30 bringing total to 50; SkyClub constructed at top of South side upper deck directly under SkySuites. New seating capacity to 86,520 Project cost: $12 million; Architect: Heery International Inc., Atlanta, Ga.; General Contractor: Mitchell Construction 2003.....North Side Upper Deck Addition 5,500 new seats added in second upper deck on North side. New Seating Capacity: 92,058, Project cost: $25 million Architect: HNTB of Kansas City, Mo. General Contractor: Turner Construction-Sports, Atlanta Branch. 2004....North Side SkySuites Addition (27 SkySuites) 688 new seats added in new North side SkySuite level New Seating Capacity: 92,746 Project Cost: $8 million Architect: HNTB of Kansas City, Mo. General Contractor: Choate of Atlanta, Ga. 2010..... Reed Plaza Reed Plaza improvement north side stadium concourse Architect: Hughes Good O'Leary and Ryan (HGOR) / Cooper Carry General Contractor: Turner Construction Co. 2018..... West End Zone Project Enhanced west end zone area now includes home locker room, hospitality lounge for recruiting purposes, and improved stadium entry plaza for fans. Project Cost: $63 million Architect: HOK Architects

Year by Year Home Record AT HERTY FIELD (1892-1910): 22-13-2

1892: 1-0 1893: 0-1 1894: 0-1 1895: 1-0 1896: 1-0 1897: 2-0 1898: 3-0 1899: 2-0 1900: 1-1 1901: 0-2

1902: 2-0 1903: 0-3 1904: 0-0 1905: 1-2 1906: 0-1-1 1907: 1-2 1908: 3-0 1909: 0-0-1 1910: 4-0 1911: 4-0

AT SANFORD FIELD (1911-1929): 50-10-4

1922: 4-1 1923: 3-0-1 1924: 3-0 1925: 1-1 1926: 2-1 1927: 4-0 1928: 3-1 1929: 1-1

1912: 3-0-1 1913: 3-0 1914: 2-2 1915: 3-2 1916: 3-1 1917: 0-0 * 1918: 0-0 * 1919: 3-0-2 1920: 3-0 1921: 5-0

* WWI no games

IN SANFORD STADIUM 1929: 1930: 1931: 1932: 1933: 1934: 1935: 1936: 1937: 1938: 1939: 1940: 1941: 1942: 1943: 1944: 1945: 1946: 1947: 1948: 1949: 1950:

3-0 3-0 3-1 1-1-1 3-0 3-1 2-2 3-2 4-0 3-0-1 3-1 1-1-1 3-0-1 3-0 5-0 4-2 2-1 5-0 3-1 4-1 4-1 3-1-1

(1929-2017): 346-106-9

1951: 2-3 1952: 1-2 1953: 2-2 1954: 2-2 1955: 3-1 1956: 1-3 1957: 0-2 1958: 3-1 1959: 5-0 1960: 4-0 1961: 2-3 1962: 0-2-2 1963: 2-2 1964: 4-1 1965: 3-1 1966: 4-0 1967: 4-0 1968: 4-0-1 1969: 3-2 1970: 3-2 1971: 4-1 1972: 4-2 1973 : 4-1-1

1974: 1975: 1976: 1977: 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995:

4-2 5-1 6-0 3-3 6-0 2-4 7-0 6-0 6-0 5-1 5-1 4-2 5-1 4-2 6-0 4-2 4-2 6-0 5-1 3-3 4-2 3-3

1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013: 2014: 2015: 2016: 2017:

3-3 5-1 4-2 5-1 5-1 4-2 7-0 6-0 5-1 5-1 5-2 6-1 4-2 4-2 5-1 5-1 7-0 5-1 6-1 6-1 3-3 6-0

UGA AWAY/NEUTRAL RECORDS

(includes bowl games) PERIOD OF TIME 1892-1920 (while playing at Herty Field) Home: 22-13-2 Away: 14-19-3

Neutral: 17-22-6

1911-1928 (while playing at Sanford Field) Home: 50-10-4 Away: 18-18-4

Neutral 24-16-3

1929-2017 (while playing at Sanford Stadium) Home: 346-106-9 Away 129-118-14 Neutral: 109-105-8

DR. STEADMAN V. SANFORD Born August 20, 1871, Dr. Steadman Vincent Sanford joined the Georgia faculty in 1903 and instantly became one of the University's most popular people. He founded the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism in 1921, served as University Dean from 192732, and held the post of University president and chancellor until 1935 when he was named chancellor of the entire University System of Georgia. He also held the position of faculty chairman of athletics while on the UGA faculty. He was the force behind the construction of Sanford Stadium in 1929 and was termed many times as "the best friend of athletics." He was largely responsible for persuading the Bulldogs of Yale to make their first trip ever south of the Mason-Dixon line to play the dedication game of Sanford Stadium in 1929. He died September 15, 1945.

General Contractor: DPR Construction of Atlanta, Ga.

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LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB

Jimmy Vickers, 6-1, 186, So. Quinton Smith, 6-3, 205, Jr. Gordon Kelly, 6-3, 195, So. Riley Gunnels, 6-2, 215, Jr. Cicero Lucas, 5-11, 201, Jr. Dave Lloyd, 6-3, 220, So. Mike Anderson, 5-10, 206, Jr. Nat Dye, 6-3, 217, Jr. Ken Cooper, 6-3, 198, Sr. Charley Britt, 6-1, 178, So. Carl Manning, 5-10, 175, Jr. Gene Littleton, 5-9, 175, Jr. George Guisler, 6-0, 175, So. Jimmy Orr, 6-0, 180, Sr. Theron Sapp, 6-2, 200, Jr.

LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB

Jimmy Vickers, 6-1, 190, Jr. Riley Gunnels, 6-3, 232, Sr. Pat Dye, 5-11, 190, So. Billy Roland, 5-11, 205, Jr. Dave Lloyd, 6-3, 220, Jr. Mike Anderson, 5-10, 205, Sr. Nat Dye, 6-3, 218, Sr. Gordon Kelley, 6-3, 200, Jr. Bill Herron, 6-1, 201, Jr. Charley Britt, 6-1, 178, Jr. George Guisler, 6-0, 185, Jr. Fred Brown, 5-10, 172, So. Don Soberdash, 5-10, 184, Jr. Theron Sapp, 6-2, 201, Sr.

1958 (4-6 Overall)

1959 (10-1 Overall) SEC CHAMPIONS

LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB

Jimmy Vickers, 6-2, 192, Sr. Larry Lancaster, 6-3, 225, Sr. Pat Dye, 5-11, 202, Jr. Phil Ashe, 6-2, 221, Jr. Billy Joe Thompson, 6-2, 216, Jr. Billy Roland, 5-11, 215, Sr. Don Leebern, 6-3, 217, Sr. Gordon Kelley, 6-3, 208, Sr. Charley Britt, 6-2, 180, Sr. Bobby Walden, 5-11, 185, Jr. Bobby Towns, 6-0, 180, Sr. Don Soberdash, 5-10, 185, Sr. Bill Godfrey, 5-11, 185, So. Tommy Lewis, 6-1, 185, Sr.

1960 (6-4 Overall, 4-3 SEC)

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: LH: RH: FB: PK: LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: LH: RH: FB: PK:

1961 (3-7 Overall, 3-4 SEC) Ray Clark, 6-3, 208, Jr. Paul Holmes, 6-5, 212, Jr. Wally Williamson, 5-10, 201, Jr. Pat Smith, 6-0, 182, Sr. Kenneth Vann, 6-2, 219, Jr. Paul Holmes, 6-5, 212, Jr. John Landry, 6-3, 189, Sr. Larry Rakestraw, 6-2, 188, So. Bill McKenny, 5-11, 188, Sr. Billy Knowles, 5â&#x20AC;&#x201D;10, 169, So. Bill Godfrey, 5-10, 185, Sr. Durward Pennington, 6-2, 206, Sr.

1962 (3-4-3 overall, 2-2-2 SEC)

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: LH: RH: FB: PK:

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Ray Clark, 6-3, 205, So. Pete Case, 6-3, 212, Jr. Pat Dye, 5-11, 201, Sr. Phil Ashe, 6-2, 215, Sr. Wally Williamson, 5-10, 200, So. Fred Lawrence, 6-1, 215, Sr. Clyde Childers, 6-3, 196, So. Francis Tarkenton, 6-1, 185, Sr. Fred Brown, 5-10, 185, Sr. Bill McKenny, 5-11, 182, Jr. Bill Godfrey, 5-10, 185, Jr. Durward Pennington, 6-2, 192, Jr.

Ray Crawford, 6-0, 198, So. Ray Rissmiller, 6-4, 245, So. Kenneth, Vann, 6-2, 225, Sr. Len Hauss, 6-2, 220, Jr. / Joel Darden, 5-11, 210, So. Wally Williamson, 5-10, 200, Sr. Paul Holmes, 6-5, 231, Sr. Mickey Babb, 6-3, 227, Jr. Larry Rakestraw, 6-2, 198, Jr. Frank Lankewicz, 6-0, 203, So. Billy Knowles, 5-10, 173, Jr. Leon Armbrester, 6-0, 186, So. Bill McCullough, 5-10, 200, Jr.

1963 (4-5-1 Overall, 2-4 SEC)

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: LH: RH: FB: P: PK:

Barry Wilson, 6-0, 185, Jr. Melvin Crook, 6-1, 215, Sr. Joel Darden, 5-11, 210, Jr. Len Hauss, 6-2, 215, Sr. Jim Smith, 6-0, 205, So. Jim Wilson, 6-3, 232, Jr. Mickey Babb, 6-4, 227, Sr. Larry Rakestraw, 6-1, 195, Sr. Fred Barber, 5-11, 195, Jr. Don Porterfield, 5-11, 178, Jr. Marvin Hurst, 5-11, 185, So. Mack Faircloth, 6-1, 202, Jr. Bill McCullough, 5-10, 200, Sr.

1964 (7-3-1 Overall, 3-2 SEC) Sun Bowl Champions Offense

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: HB: HB: FB: PK:

Frank Richter, 6-2, 210, Jr. Ray Rissmiller, 6-4, 225, Sr. Harold Steely, 6-1, 196, So. Ken Davis, 6-0, 215, Jr. Jimmy Denney, 6-0, 190, Jr. Jim Wilson, 6-3, 245, Sr. Pat Hodgson, 6-1, 191, Jr. Lynn Hughes, 5-11, 169, So. Preston Ridlehuber, 6-2, 193, Jr. Fred Barber, 6-11, 194, Sr. Don Porterfield, 5-11, 180, Sr. Frank Lankewicz, 6-0, 203, Sr. Bob Etter, 5-11, 150, So.

LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LB: LB: LHB: RHB: S: P:

Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 188, So. George Patton, 6-3, 210, So. Joel Darden, 5-11, 210, Sr. Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 207, So. Vance Evans, 6-1, 203, Jr. Barry Wilson, 6-0, 189, Sr. Leroy Dukes, 5-9m 191, Sr. John Glass, 6-1, 193, Jr. Wayne Swinford, 6-0, 185, Sr. Doug McFalls, 6-2, 182, Jr. Joe Burson, 6-0, 186, So. Mack Faircloth, 6-1, 193, Sr.

Defense

1965 (6-4-0 overall, 2-3 SEC) Offense

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: TB: FB: WB: PK:

Frank Richter, 6-2, 210, Jr. Ken Pillsbury, 6-3, 239, Jr. Harold Steely, 6-1, 196, Jr. Ken Davis, 6-0, 215, Sr. Jimmy Denney, 6-0, 190, Sr. Edgar Chandler, 6-4, 204, So. Pat Hodgson, 6-1, 198, Sr. Preston Ridlehuber, 6-2, 193, Sr. Bob Taylor, 5-10, 195, Sr. Marvin Hurst, 5-11, 198, Sr. Bill McWhorter, 5-9, 182, So. Bob Etter, 5-11, 150, Jr.

LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LLB: RLB: LHB: RHB: S: P:

Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 187, Jr. George Patton, 6-3, 207, Jr. Jimmy Cooley, 6-0, 195, Jr. Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 209, Jr. Vance Evans, 6-1, 203, Sr. Larry Kohn, 6-2, 189, So. Steve Neuhaus, 6-0, 190, Jr. Tommy Lawhorne, 6-1, 188, So. Joe Burson, 6-0, 186, Sr. Doug McFalls, 6-2, 179, Sr. Lynn Hughes, 5-11, 170, Jr. Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr.

Defense

1966 (10-1 Overall, 5-0 SEC) SEC & Cotton Bowl Champions Offense

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: TB: WB: FB: PK:

Billy Payne, 6-1, 197, So. Ken Pillsbury, 6-3, 230, Sr. Don Hayes, 6-1, 225, Jr. Jack Davis, 5-11, 200, Sr. John Kasay, 5-10, 210, Sr. Edgar Chandler, 6-0, 200, So. Frank Richter, 6-2, 218, Sr. Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr. Kent Lawrence, 5-10, 165, So. Hardy King, 5-11, 195, So. Ronnie Jenkins, 6-0, 210, Jr. Bob Etter, 5-11, 150, Sr.

LE: LT: LG: RG:

Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 187, Sr. George Patton, 6-3, 215, Sr. Jimmy Cooley, 6-0, 208, Sr. Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 210, Sr.

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2017 SEC Champions RT: RE: LLB: RLB: LH: RH: S: P:

Bill Stanfill, 6-5, 224, So. Larry Kohn, 6-2, 195, Jr. Steve Neuhaus, 5-11, 190, Sr. Tommy Lawhorne, 6-1, 200, Jr. Mark Holmes, 5-9, 175, Jr. Terry Sellers, 6-0, 182, Jr. Lynn Hughes, 5-10, 175, Sr. Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr.

S: RH: RLB: P:

1967 (7-4 Overall, 3-2 SEC) Liberty Bowl Offense

LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: TB: WB: FB: PK:

Dennis Hughes, 6-1, 210, So. David Rholetter, 6-2, 225, Jr. Don Hayes, 6-1, 230, Sr. Ronnie Tidmore, 6-4, 205, Jr. Pat Rodrigue, 5-11, 211, Jr. Edgar Chandler, 6-1, 222, Sr. Billy Payne, 6-2, 205, Jr. Kirby Moore, 5-11, 189, Sr. Kent Lawrence, 5-10, 175, Jr. Hardy King, 6-0, 196, Sr. Ronnie Jenkins, 6-0, 215, Sr. Jim McCullough, 6-0, 195, So.

LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LB: LB: LB: RH: S: P:

Gary Adams, 6-1, 190, Sr. Jiggy Smaha, 6-3, 230, Jr. Steve Greer, 5-11, 195, So. Harold Tarrer, 6-2, 210, Jr. Bill Stanfill, 6-5, 230, Jr. Larry Kohn, 6-2, 205, Sr. Happy Dicks, 6-2, 203, Jr. Tommy Lawhorne, 6-2, 205, Sr. Mark Holmes, 5-9, 175, Sr. Terry Sellers, 6-0, 190, Sr. Jake Scott, 6-1, 191, So. Spike Jones, 6-2, 185, So.

1968 (8-2-1 Overall, 5-0-1 SEC) SEC & Sugar Bowl Champions Offense Bill Brice, 6-4, 210, So. David Rholetter, 6-2, 240, Sr. Bruce Yawn, 5-11, 209, Sr. Tommy Lyons, 6-10, 210, So. Pat Rodrigue, 5-11, 215, Sr. Wayne Byrd, 6-1, 225, Jr. Charles Whittemore, 6-1, 193, So. Mike Cavan, 6-1, 190, So. Kent Lawrence, 6-0, 175, Sr. Brad Johnson, 5-11, 205, Sr. Bruce Kemp, 6-3, 210, Jr. Jim McCullough, 6-0, 205, Jr. Peter Rajecki, 5-9, 180, So.

LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LB: LB: RH: LH: S: P:

Bill Payne, 6-2, 205, Sr. Bill Stanfill, 6-5, 245, Sr. Terry Osbolt, 6-2, 230, Sr. Steve Greer, 6-0, 210, Jr. Lee Daniel, 6-2, 195, Sr. David McKnight, 6-1, 182, Jr. Happy Dicks, 6-2, 210, Sr. Ronnie Huggins, 5-8, 195, Jr. Penny Pennington, 5-9, 175, Sr. Mark Stewart, 6-1, 190, Sr. Jake Scott, 6-1, 188, Jr. Spike Jones, 6-2, 185, Jr.

Defense

Mike Greene, 6-3, 205, So. Tom Nash, 6-5, 230, So. Mayo Tucker, 6-1, 220, So. Tommy Lyons, 6-2, 215, Jr. Royce Smith, 6-3, 230, So. Wayne Byrd, 6-1, 225, Sr. Dennis Hughes, 6-1, 215, Sr. Mike Cavan, 6-1, 195, Jr. Bruce Kemp, 6-3, 210, Sr. Craig Elrod, 6-1, 195, Sr. Charles Whittemore, 6-0, 195, Jr. Jim McCullough, 6-0, 195, Sr. Peter Rajecki, 5-9, 180, Jr.

LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LLB: LH:

Chuck Heard, 6-5, 190, So. Larry Brasher, 6-2, 205, Jr. Tim Callaway, 6-1, 200, Sr. Steve Greer, 6-0, 205, Sr. Lee Daniel, 6-2, 190, Sr. David McKnight, 6-1, 175, Sr. Chip Wisdom, 6-1, 210, So. Billy Darby, 5-10, 180, Jr.

Defense

Billy Brice, 6-4, 205, Jr. Kendall Keith, 6-1, 217, Jr. John Jennings, 6-0, 210, Jr. Tommy Lyons, 6-2, 222, Sr. Royce Smith, 6-3, 230, Jr. Tom Nash, 6-5, 230, Jr. Rex Putnal, 6-3, 190, So. Paul Gilbert, 6-0, 185, Sr. Jack Montgomery, 6-0, 190, Jr. Robert Honeycutt, 6-0, 205, So. Charles Whittemore, 6-0, 195, Sr. Kim Braswell, 5-7, 170, So. Peter Rajecki, 5-9, 175, Sr.

Defense

1971 (11-1 Overall, 5-1 SEC) Gator Bowl Champions Offense

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL/P: PK:

Mike Greene, 6-4, 225 , Sr. Jim Currington, 6-4, 225, So. John Jennings, 6-1, 220, Sr. Kendall Keith, 6-2, 230, Sr. Royce Smith, 6-3, 240, Sr. Tom Nash, 6-5, 235, Sr. Lynn Honeycutt, 6-2, 186, Jr. Andy Johnson, 6-0, 190, So. Ricky Lake, 6-1, 195, Jr. Robert Honeycutt, 6-1, 210, Jr. Jimmy Shirer, 6-0, 180, Sr. Kim Braswell, 5-7, 170, Jr.

LE: ST: LG: RG: WT: RVR: SLB: WLB: LCB: RCB: SAF: P:

Mixon Robinson, 6-2, 202, Sr. Milton Bruce, 6-4, 224, So. Paul McPipkin, 6-2, 230, Sr. Dennis Watson, 6-2, 225, Sr. Chuck Heard, 6-5, 220, Sr. Phil Sullivan, 6-3, 190, Sr. Chip Wisdom, 6-1, 210, Sr. Steve Kitchens, 5-11, 208, Sr. Gene Swinford, 5-11, 177, Jr. Buzy Rosenberg, 5-9, 177, Jr. Don Golden, 6-4, 197, So. Jimmy Shirer, 5-11, 181, Sr.

Defense

1972 (7-4 Overall, 4-3 SEC) Offense

1969 (5-5-1 Overall, 2-3-1 SEC) Sun Bowl Offense

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: FB: RH: FL: PK:

1970 (5-5 Overall, 3-3 SEC) Offense

LE: Chuck Heard, 6-5, 200, Jr. LT: Jimmy Wood, 6-2, 235, Sr. LG: Ronnie Rogers, 6-2, 230, Sr. RG: Paul McPipkin, 6-2, 220, Jr. RT: Larry Brasher, 6-2, 205, Sr. RVR: Ken Shaw, 6-2, 191, Sr. MLB: Chip Wisdom, 6-1, 210, Jr. WLB: Steve Kitchens, 5-11, 206, Jr. LCB: Bill Darby, 5-10, 180, Sr. RCB: Buzy Rosenberg, 5-9, 180, Sr. SAF: Buck Swindle, 6-3, 190, Sr. Jimmy Shirer, 5-11, 181, Jr. P:

Defense

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: FL: FB: WB: PK:

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

Buck Swindle, 6-3, 190, Jr. Phil Sullivan, 6-2, 190, So. Ronnie Huggins, 5-8, 190, Sr. Spike Jones, 6-2, 185, Sr.

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

Bob Burns, 6-3, 200, Jr. Jim Currington, 6-3, 228, Jr. Mac McWhorter, 6-0, 218, Jr. Chris Hammond, 6-1, 225, Jr. Buck Baker, 6-4, 240, Jr. Paul Ferson, 6-5, 240, Sr. David Christianson, 5-11, 170, So. James Ray, 6-3, 190, Sr. Jimmy Poulos, 5-11, 183, Jr. Robert Honeycutt, 6-0, 203, Sr. Horace King, 5-11, 190, So. Kim Braswell, 5-8, 166, Sr.

Defense

SE: Lenny Ellspermann, 6-2, 196, Sr. ST: Milton Bruce, 6-4, 226, Jr. LG: Jim Cagle, 6-5, 238, Jr. RG: Dan Jones, 6-2, 230, Jr. WT: Dennis Hester, 6-3, 222, Jr. FS: Jerone Jackson, 6-1, 190, Jr. SLB: Steve Sleek, 6-1, 205, Sr. WLB: Keith Harris, 6-1, 190, So. LC: Gene Swinford, 5-11, 190, Sr. RC: Buzy Rosenberg, 5-8, 178, Sr. SAF/P: Don Golden, 6-4, 206, Jr.

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions 1973 (7-4-1 Overall, 3-4 SEC) Peach Bowl Champions Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: FB: TB: FL: PK:

Gordon Robbins, 6-0, 176, So. Jim Curington, 6-4, 238, Sr. Mac McWhorter, 6-0, 222, Sr. Chris Hammond, 6-1, 227, Sr. Buck Baker, 6-4, 264, Sr. Craig Hertwig, 6-8, 255, Jr. Richard Appleby, 6-3, 211, So. Andy Johnson, 6-0, 199, Sr. Bob Burns, 6-2, 200, Sr. Jimmy Poulos, 5-11, 187, Sr. Horace King, 5-11, 200, Jr. Allan Leavitt, 6-0, 160, Fr.

Defense

SE: David McKnight, 6-3, 233, Jr. ST: Dan Spivey, 6-6, 248, Jr. LG: Joe McPipkin, 6-2, 238, Jr. RG: Danny Jones, 6-2, 234, Sr. WT: Jim Cagle, 6-5, 245, Sr. SLB: Clarence Pope, 5-11, 200, So. WLB: Keith Harris, 6-1, 192, Jr. LC: Steve Taylor, 6-1, 187, Jr. RC: Dick Conn, 6-0, 182, Sr. FS: Jerone Jackson, 6-1, 190, Sr. SAF/P Don Golden, 6-4, 202, Sr.

1974 (6-6 Overall, 4-2 SEC) Tangerine Bowl SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FL: PK:

Offense

Mark Wilson, 6-1, 177, So. Barry Collier, 6-6, 275, Sr. Steve Wilson, 6-3, 250, Jr. Vern Smith, 6-3, 245, Sr. Randy Johnson, 6-2, 250, Jr. Craig Hertwig, 6-8, 260, Sr. Richard Appleby, 6-3, 210, Jr. Matt Robinson, 6-2, 180, So. Horace King, 5-11, 200, Sr. Glynn Harrison, 5-11, 190, Jr. Gene Washington, 5-10, 170, So. Allan Leavitt, 6-0, 165, So.

Defense

SE: David McKnight, 6-3, 230, Sr. WT: Ric Reider, 6-5, 245, Sr. LG: Mike Wilson, 6-5, 275, So. RG: Chuck Kinnebrew, 6-0, 225, Sr. WE: Rusty Russell, 5-11, 205, Jr. SLB: Sylvester Boler, 6-3, 235, So. WLB: Keith Harris, 6-1, 200, Sr. LC: Steve Taylor, 6-1, 185, Sr. RC: Larry West, 5-11, 195, Sr. ROV: Abb Ansley, 6-1, 186, Sr. SS: Dave Schwak, 5-10, 170, Jr. P: Bucky Dilts, 5-9, 175, So.

1975 (9-3 Overall, 5-1 SEC) Cotton Bowl SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: QB: RB: RB: PK:

Offense

Mark Wilson, 6-1, 175, Jr. Mike Wilson, 6-5, 255, Jr. Hugh Hendrix, 6-3, 238, Jr. Joe Tereshinski, 6-1, 231, Jr. Randy Johnson, 6-2, 245, Sr. Steve Wilson, 6-3, 245, Sr. Richard Appleby, 6-1, 215, Sr. Gene Washington, 5-9, 169, Jr. Ray Goff, 6-2, 201, Jr. Kevin McLee, 6-0, 188, So. Glynn Harrison, 5-11, 190, Sr. Allan Leavitt, 6-0, 175, Jr.

Defense

LE: Lawrence Craft, 6-1, 210, Jr. LT: Brad Thompson, 6-3, 230, Jr. RT: Ronnie Swoopes, 6-3, 245, So. RE: Dickey Clark, 6-3, 205, Jr. SLB: Rusty Russell, 5-11, 195, Sr. MLB: Jim Griffith, 6-0, 210, So. WLB: Ben Zambiasi, 6-1, 200, So. LC: Bobby Thompson, 5-11, 185, So. SS: Bill Krug, 6-1, 205, So. FS: Johnny Henderson, 6-0, 185, So. RC: David Schwak, 5-10, 175, Sr. P: Bucky Dilts, 5-9, 185, Jr.

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1976 (10-2 Overall, 5-1 SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: RB: QB: RB: PK:

Steve Davis, 6-1, 193, Sr. Mike Wilson, 6-5, 263, Sr. Joel Parrish, 6-2, 242, Sr. Joe Tereshinski, 6-1, 236, Sr. George Collins, 6-3, 240, Jr. Steve Collier, 6-4, 242, Jr. Wally Tereshinski, 6-1, 224, Jr. Gene Washington, 5-9, 169, Sr. Kevin McLee,. 6-0, 188, Jr. Ray Goff, 6-2, 208, Sr. Al Pollard, 6-0, 200, Sr. Allan Leavitt, 6-1, 180, Sr.

Defense

LE: Lawrence Craft, 6-1, 213, Sr. LG: Ronnie Swoopes, 6-3, 245, Jr. RG: Jeff Sanders, 6-3, 221, Sr. RE: Dicky Clark, 6-3. 205, Sr. SLB: Jeff Lewis, 6-0, 210, Sr. WLB Ben Zambiasi, 6-1, 207, Jr. MLB: Jim Griffith, 6-0, 203, Jr. LC: Bobby Thompson, 5-11, 185, Jr. RC: Johnny Henderson, 6-0, 185, Jr. ROV: Bill Krug, 6-1, 205, Jr. SAF: Mark Mitchell, 5-11, 172, Sr. P: Bucky Dilts, 5-9, 185, Sr.

1977 (5-6 Overall, 2-4 SEC) SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FL: PK:

Offense

Mark Hodge, 6-4, 223, Jr. Mack Guest, 6-3, 254, Jr. Jim Milo, 6-3, 231, Jr. Matt Braswell, 6-2, 231, So. George Collins, 6-3, 242, Sr. Steve Collier, 6-4, 259, Sr. Ulysses Norris, 6-4, 226, Jr. Jeff Pyburn, 6-0, 200, So. Kevin McLee, 6-0, 195, Sr. Willie McClendon, 6-2, 202, Jr. Jesse Murray, 6-3, 180, Sr. Cary Long, 5-11, 175, Sr.

Defense

LE: Greg Williams, 6-3, 210, Jr. LG: Paul Petrisko, 6-2, 240, Jr. RG: Ronnie Swoopes, 6-3, 245, Sr. RE: Gordon Terry, 6-2, 208, So. ROV: Bill Krug, 6-1, 207, Sr. SLB: Jeff Lewis, 6-2, 210, Sr. MLB Jim Griffith, 6-0, 195, Sr. WLB: Ben Zambiasi, 6-1, 210, Sr. LC: Bobby Thompson, 5-11, 185, Sr. RC: Billy Woods, 6-2, 192, Sr. SAF: Johnny Henderson, 6-0, 185, Sr. P: Mike Garrett, 6-2, 180, So.

1978 (9-2-1 Overall, 5-0-1 SEC) Bluebonnet Bowl SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: TB: QB: FB: PK:

Offense

Lindsay Scott, 6-1, 180, Fr. Jim Milo, 6-3, 242, Sr. Nat Hudson, 6-3, 240, So. Ray Donaldson, 6-3, 250, Jr. Matt Braswell, 6-2, 231, Jr. Mack Guest, 6-4, 246, Sr. Ulysses Norris, 6-4, 226, Sr. Carmon Prince, 6-2, 193, Jr. Willie McClendon, 6-1, 200, Sr. Jeff Pyburn, 6-1, 205, Jr. Jimmy Womack, 5-9, 189, So. Rex Robinson, 6-0, 205, So.

Defense

LE: Robert Goodwin, 6-4, 207, Jr. LG: Paul Petrisko, 6-2, 240, Sr. SLB: Steve Dennis, 6-2, 214, Sr. MLB: Danny Rodgers, 6-4, 213, Jr. WLB Ricky McBride, 6-1, 211, Sr. RG: Louis Freedman, 6-1, 235, Sr. RE: Gorden Terry, 6-1, 201, Jr. ROV: Pat Collins, 5- 11, 189, Jr. LC: Scott Woerner, 6-0, 186, So. RC: Robert Hope, 5-11, 182, Sr. SAF: Bob Kelly, 5-11, 176, So. P: Mike Garrett, 6-2, 186, Jr.)

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1979 (6-5 Overall, 5-2 SEC) SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TB: FB: QB: FL: TE: PK:

Offense

Lindsay Scott, 6-1, 186, So. Matt Braswell, 6-2, 240, Sr. Nat Hudson, 6-3, 250, Jr. Ray Donaldson, 6-3, 250, Sr. Jeff Harper, 6-2, 233, Jr. Tim Morrison, 6-3, 241, Jr. Matt Simon, 6-0, 194, So. Jimmy Womack, 5-9, 199, Jr. Jeff Pyburn, 6-1, 205, Sr. Buck Belue, 6-1, 185, So. Anthony Arnold, 6-0, 169, Jr. Norris Brown, 6-3, 209, Fr. Rex Robinson, 6-0, 200, Jr.

Defense

LE: Gordy Terry, 6-1, 203, Sr. T: Guy McIntyre, 6-3, 228, Fr. LG: Eddie Weaver, 6-0, 270, So. RG: Tim Parks, 6-3, 238, Jr. Joe Creamons, 6-2, 240, Jr. (6) RE: Pat McShea, 6-2, 211, Jr. WLB: Nate Taylor, 5-11, 198, Fr. MLB: Frank Ros, 6-1, 214, Jr. LC: Scott Woerner, 6-0, 192, Jr. ROV: Pat Collins, 5-11, 189, Sr. SAF: Jeff Hipp, 6-3, 181, Jr. RC: Dale Williams, 6-0, 164, So. P: Mike Garrett, 6-2, 179, Sr.

1980 (12-0 Overall, 6-0 SEC) National and SEC Champions Sugar Bowl Champions SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: TB: FB: QB: FL: PK:

Offense

Lindsay Scott, 6-1, 188, Jr. Jeff Harper, 6-3, 245, Sr. Jim Blakewood, 6-2, 247, Jr. Hugh Nall, 6-0, 235, Sr. Wayne Radloff, 6-5,. 230, So. Joe Happe, 6-3, 240, Jr. Tim Morrison, 6-3, 254, Sr. Nat Hudson, 6-3, 265, Sr. Norris Brown, 6-3, 220, So. Herschel Walker, 6-1, 218, Fr. Jimmy Womack, 5-10, 205, Sr. Buck Belue, 6-1, 188, Jr. Amp Arnold, 6-0, 175, Sr. Rex Robinson, 6-0, 205, Sr.

Defense

LE: Robert Miles, 6-4, 230, Sr. TKL: Jimmy Payne, 6-4, 238, So. LG: Eddie Weaver, 6-1, 264, Jr RG: Tim Crowe, 6-1, 230, So. (5) Joe Creamons, 6-2, 240, Jr. (6) RE: Pat McShea, 6-2, 220, Sr. WLB: Nate Taylor, 5-11, 198, So. MLB: Frank Ros, 6-1, 215, Sr. LC: Scott Woerner, 6-0, 188, Sr. ROV: Chris Welton, 6-1, 190, Sr. SAF: Jeff Hipp, 6-3, 190, Sr. RC: Mike Fisher, 6-0, 173, Sr. P: Mark Malkiewicz, 6-2, 200, Sr.

1981 (10-2 Overall, 6-0 SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

Offense

Clarence Kay, 6-3, 225, So. Warren Gray, 6-3, 239, So. Wayne Radloff, 6-5, 245, Jr. Joe Happe, 6-3, 240, Sr. James Brown, 6-3, 245, So. Jimmy Harper, 6-5, 270, So. Lon Buckler, 5-11, 175, Jr. Buck Belue, 6-1, 190, Sr. Herschel Walker, 6-1, 222, So. Ronnie Stewert, 5-10, 205, Sr. Lindsay Scott, 6-1, 190, Sr. Kevin Butler, 6-1, 190, Fr.

Defense

LE: Dale Carver, 6-2, 215, Jr. DT: Jimmy Payne, 6-4, 243, Jr. LG: Eddie Weaver, 6-0, 170, Sr. RG: Tim Crowe, 6-1, 232, Jr. RE: Freddie Gilbert, 6-4, 225, So. WLB: Nate Taylor, 5-11, 198, Jr. SLB: Tommy Thurson, 6-2, 215, So. LC: Ronnie Harris, 5-11, 180, Jr. ROV: Tim Bobo, 6-2, 205, Jr. WS: Steve Kelly, 5-9, 173, Sr. RC: Dale Williams, 6-0, 168, Sr. P: Jim Broadway, 5-10, 170, Jr.

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1982 (11-1 Overall, 6-0 SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: TB: FB: QB: FL: PK:

Offense

Kevin Harris, 6-0, 180, So. Jimmy Harper, 6-5, 270, Jr. Mike Weaver, 6-2, 275, So. Wayne Radloff, 6-5, 260, Sr. Warren Gray, 6-3, 240, Jr. Guy McIntyre, 6-3, 235, Jr. Norris Brown, 6-3, 215, Sr. Herschel Walker, 6-1, 222, Jr. Chris McCarthy, 5-11, 210, Sr. John Lastinger, 6-2, 190, Jr. Chuck Jones, 6-0, 195, Sr. Kevin Butler, 6-1, 185, So.

Defense

LE: Dale Carver, 6-2, 215, Sr. DT: Freddie Gilbert, 6-4, 230, Jr. LG: Kevin Jackson, 6-2, 245, Sr. RG: Tim Crowe, 6-1, 235, Sr. RE: Stan Dooley, 6-1, 209, Jr. LB: Nate Taylor, 5-11, 198, Sr. LB: Tommy Thurson, 6-2, 215, Jr. LC: Ronnie Harris, 5-11, 180, Sr. ROV: Terry Hoage, 6-3, 196, Jr. SAF: Jeff Sanchez, 6-0, 180, Jr. RC: Tony Flack, 6-3, 190, Fr. P: Jim Broadway, 5-10, 170, Sr.

1983 (10-1-1 Overall, 5-1 SEC) Cotton Bowl Champions Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: FB: TB: FL: PK:

Kevin Harris, 6-0, 180, Jr. Winford Hood, 6-3, 260, Sr. James Brown, 6-3, 251, Sr. Keith Johnson, 6-5, 272, So. Warren Gray, 6-3, 253, Sr. Guy McIntyre, 6-3, 262, Sr. Clarence Kay, 6-3, 236, Sr. John Lastinger, 6-2, 189, Sr. Barry Young, 6-1, 210, Sr. Keith Montgomery, 6-1, 190, So Herman Archie, 6-5, 196, So. Kevin Butler, 6-1, 186, Jr.

Defense

LE: Calvin Ruff, 6-3, 197, Fr. LG: Mike Weaver, 6-2, 280, Jr. DT: Donald Chumley, 6-4, 241, Jr. RG: Kenneth Sims, 6-3, 246, Jr. RE: Freddie Gilbert, 6-4, 248, Sr. WLB: Knox Culpepper, 6-, 212, Jr. SLB: Tommy Thurson, 6-2, 233, Sr. LC: Darryl Jones, 6-1, 188, Sr. ROV: Terry Hoage, 6-3, 205, Sr. SAF: Charlie Dean, 6-1, 182, Sr. RC: Tony Flack, 6-3, 184, So. P: Chip Andrews, 6-2, 199, Jr.

1984 (7-4-1 Overall, 4-2 SEC) Citrus Bowl Co-Champions Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: QB: TB: FB: PK:

Cassius Osborn, 6-0, 180, Fr. Victor Perry, 6-5, 274, So. Keith Johnson, 6-5, 280, Jr. Peter Anderson, 6-3, 260, Jr. Kim Stephens, 6-2, 235, Fr. Mike Weaver, 6-2, 290, Sr. Scott Williams, 6-1, 234, Sr. Jimmy Hockaday, 6-4, 202, Jr. Todd Williams, 6-0, 180, Jr. Andre Smith, 5-10, 195, So. David McCluskey, 6-1, 215, So. Kevin Butler, 6-1, 190, Sr.

Defense

LE: Andy Loy, 6-1, 614, Jr. DT: Donald Chumley, 6-4, 257, Sr. DG: Jim Auer, 6-2, 247, Sr. DG: Kenneth Sims, 6-3, 260, Jr. RE: Carlyle Hewatt, 6-2, 211, Sr. MLB: Knox Culpepper, 6-1, 220, Sr. WLB: Bill Mitchell, 6-1, 219, Jr. LC: Tony Flack, 6-3, 188, Jr. ROV: John Little, 6-2, 194, So. SAF: Jeff Sanchez, 6-0, 175, Sr. RC: Kevin Harris, 6-0, 195, Sr. P: Chip Andrews, 6-2, 202, Sr.

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starting lineups: 1985-95 1985 (7-3-2 Overall, 3-2-1 SEC) Sun Bowl Co-Champions Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: FB: TB: FL: PK:

Jimmy Hockaday, 6-4, 200, Sr. Victor Perry, 6-5, 272, Jr. Mack Burroughs, 6-3, 262, Jr. Peter Anderson, 6-3, 264, Sr. Kim Stephens, 6-2, 245, So. Wilbur Strozier, 6-4, 245, Jr. Troy Sadowski, 6-4, 225, Fr. James Jackson, 5-11, 175, So. Keith Henderson, 6-2, 210, Fr. Tim Worley, 6-2, 210, Fr. Fred Lane, 5-10, 168, Jr. Steve Crumbley, 6-3, 166, Fr.

LE: DT: LG: RG: RE: WLB: MLB: LC: ROV: SAF: RC: P:

Calvin Ruff, 6-3, 201, Jr. Henry Williams, 6-4, 234, So. Henry Harris, 6-2, 262, Jr. Jake Richardson, 6-4, 262, Sr. Greg Waters, 6-3, 233, Sr. Bill Mitchell, 6-1, 219, Sr. Steve Boswell, 6-1, 219, Jr. Gary Moss, 6-0, 189, Jr. John Little, 6-3, 201, Jr. Tony Flack, 6-3, 185, Sr. Greg Williams, 5-9, 175, So. Cris Carpenter, 6-1, 185, Fr.

Defense

1986 (8-4 Overall, 4-2 SEC) Hall of Fame Bowl Offense

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB : TB: QB: PK:

John Thomas, 6-1, 202, So. (6) Cassius Osburn, 6-0, 179, Jr. (5) Troy Sadowski, 6-5, 239, So. (11) Wilbur Strozier, 6-4, 262, Sr. (10) Kim Stephens, 6-2, 251, Jr. (11) Todd Wheeler, 6-3, 254, So. (11) Mack Burroughs, 6-3, 276, Jr. (11) Victor Perry, 6-5, 278, Sr. (11) Fred Lane, 5-10, 166, Sr. (6) David McCluskey, 6-1, 224, Sr. (9) Lars Tate, 6-2, 209, Jr. (7) James Jackson, 5-11, 175, Jr. (9) Steve Crumley, 6-3, 166, So. (11)

Defense

SLB: Calvin Ruff, 6-2, 200, Sr. (7) DT: Wycliffe Lovelace, 6-3, 235, Jr. (4) Tyrone McClendon, 6-4, 250, Fr. (4) SG: Henry Harris, 6-2, 265, Sr. (8) DG: Andy Dotson, 6-3, 255, Fr. (6) Larry Brown, 6-3, 255, Jr. (4) DE: Aaron Chubb, 6-4, 210, So. (11) LB: John Brantley, 6-2, 226, Jr. (11) LB: Steve Boswell, 6-1, 222, Sr. (11) LC: Greg Williams, 5-9, 176, Jr. (11) RC: Gary Moss, 6-0, 195, Sr. (11) S: John Little, 6-2, 197, Sr. (7) ROV: Will Jones, 6-3, 199, Jr. (4) Mike Brown, 6-0, 197, Jr. (4) Cris Carpenter, 6-1, 185, So. P:

1987 (9-3 Overall, 4-2 SEC) Liberty Bowl Champions Offense

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SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

John Thomas, 6-1, 198, Jr. (12) Troy Sadowski, 6-5, 243, Jr. (12) Curt Mull, 6-5, 281, So. (11) Kim Stephens, 6-2, 250, Sr. (12) Todd Wheeler, 6-3, 257, Jr. (12) Mack Burroughs, 6-3, 272, Sr. (12) Scott Adams, 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6, 260, Jr. (11) Cassius Osborn, 6-0, 190, Sr. (12) Alphonso Ellis, 5-9, 205, Fr. (12) Lars Tate, 6-2, 208, Sr. (12) James Jackson, 5-11, 175, Sr. (12) Steve Crumley, 6-3, 164, Jr. (12) John Kasay, 5-10, 165, Fr.

SLB: DT: SG: DG: DE: LB: LB: LC: RC: S: Rov: P:

Vince Guthrie, 6-1, 205, Jr. (12) Tyrone McClendon, 6-4, 261, Sr. (12) Larry Brown, 6-3, 259, Sr. (11) Bill Goldberg, 6-3, 266, So. (12) Aaron Chubb, 6-4, 228, Jr. (12) John Brantley, 6-2, 225, Sr. (12) Terrie Webster, 6-1, 221, Jr. (10) Ben Smith, 5-11, 180, So. (11) Mark Vincent, 5-11, 176, Sr. (12) Rusty Beasley, 5-11, 186, Jr. (10) Will Jones, 6-3, 199, Jr, (7) Joey Hester, 6-0, 189, So. (12)

Defense

1988 (9-3 Overall, 5-2 SEC) Gator Bowl Champions Offense

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

John Thomas, 6-1, 198, Sr. (12) Troy Sadowski, 6-5, 243, Sr. (12) Curt Mull, 6-5, 281, Jr. (12) LeMonte Tellis, 6-4, 275, So. (5) Scott Adams, 6-6, 265, Sr. (7) Todd Wheeler, 6-3, 257, Sr. (12) Shelly Anderson, 6-2, 260, Sr. (12) Scott Adams, 6-6, 265, Sr. (7) Will Colley, 6-5, 239, So. (5) Arthur Marshall, 5-11, 170, Fr. (7) Alphonso Ellis, 5-9, 205, So. (11) Rodney Hampton, 6-0, 195, So. (7) Tim Worley, 6-2, 216, Jr. (5) Wayne Johnson, 6-4, 213, Sr. (12) John Kasay, 5-10, 165, So. (11) Steve Crumbley, 6-3, 164, Sr. (11)

OLB: DT: MG: DE: OLB: MLB: WLB: LC: SS: FS: RC: P:

Mo Lewis, 6-4, 222, So. (8) Wycliffe Lovelace, 6-3, 240, Sr. (11) Bill Goldberg, 6-3, 266, Jr. (11) Paul Giles, 6-3, 289, Sr. (9) Richard Tardits, 6-2, 220, Sr. (7) Brent Collins, 6-2, 233, Jr. (7) Demetrius Douglas, 6-2, 221, Jr. (5) Terrie Webster, 6-1, 221, Sr. (11) Ben Smith, 5-11, 180, Jr. (10) Vince Guthrie, 6-1, 205, (12) Rusty Beasley, 5-11, 188, (12) David Hargett, 6-1, 180, (11) Joey Hester, 6-0, 189, (11)

Defense

1989 (6-6 Overall, 4-3 SEC) Peach Bowl Offense

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

Sean Hummings, 6-1, 185, Jr. (11) Kirk Warner, 6-3, 230, Sr. (11) Curt Mull, 6-5, 281, Sr. (12) Russell DeFoor, 6-4, 265, So. (11) Jack Swan, 6-4, 250, Fr. (11) Haze Sadler, 6-3, 260, So. (11) Will Colley, 6-5, 250, Jr. (10) Arthur Marshall, 5-11, 170, So. (8) Brian Cleveland, 5-10, 188, Jr. (12) Rodney Hampton, 6-0, 215, Jr. (9) Greg Talley, 6-1, 185, So. (12) John Kasay, 5-10, 165, Jr. (12)

Defense

LT: Bill Goldberg, 6-3, 266, Sr. (11) NG: Robert Bell, 6-1, 260, So. (12) RT: Hiawatha Berry, 6-2, 265, Sr. (11) OLB: Mo Lewis, 6-4, 227, Jr. (12) MLB: Curt Douglas, 6-1, 230, So. (6) Matt McCormick, 6-0, 209, Sr. (5) WLB: Demetrius Douglas, 6-2, 221, Sr. (9) OLB: Norman Cowins, 6-3, 236, So. (10) LC: George Wynn, 5-8, 170, So. (12) SS: David Hargett, 6-1, 188, Jr. (6) Mike Jones, 6-3, 195, Fr. (4) FS: Ben Smith, 5-11, 180, Sr. (10) RC: Chris Wilson, 5-8, 175, Fr. (9) P: Joey Hester, 6-0, 189, Sr. (11)

1990 (4-7 Overall, 2-5 SEC) Offense

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

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Sean Hummings, 6-1, 195, Sr. (8) Chris Broom, 6-5, 245, Sr. (6) Shannon Mitchell, 6-3, 230, Fr. (5) LeMonte Tellis, 6-4, 284, Jr. (10) Russell DeFoor, 6-4, 249, Jr. (8) Jack Swan, 6-4, 269, So. (11) William Wynn, 6-2, 261, Sr. (5) Haze Sadler, 6-3, 275, Jr. (6) Bill Rosenberg, 6-3, 271, So. (8) Kevin Maxwell, 5-10, 180, Jr. (8) Mack Strong, 6-0, 200, So. (7) Garrison Hearst, 5-11, 190, Fr. (6) Larry Ware, 5-9, 180, Jr. (5) Greg Talley, 6-1, 197, Jr. (8) John Kasay, 5-10, 186, Sr. (11)

2017 SEC Champions Defense

LT: Eric Coney, 6-4, 225, Jr. (6) Willie Jennings, 6-5, 280, Fr. (4) NG: Mike Steele, 6-4, 265, So. (5) Donnie Maib, 6-3, 260, So. (5) RT: Willie Jennings, 6-5, 280, Fr. (5) Mike Steele, 6-4, 265, So. (6) OLB: Mo Lewis, 6-4, 241, Sr. (10) MLB: DeWayne Simmons, 6-0, 205, Jr. (8) WLB: Torrey Evans, 6-2, 220, So. (6) John Allen, 6-2, 256, Jr. (5) OLB: Greg Jackson, 6-3, 223, So. (4) Mitch Davis, 6-3, 240, Fr. (4) LC: George Wynn, 5-8, 163, Jr. (11) SS: Mike Jones, 6-3, 215, So. (5) Earl Fouch, 6-2, 190, Fr. (4) FS: Chris Wilson, 5-8, 175, So. (4) Mike Jones, 6-3, 215, So. (5) RC: Al Jackson, 6-0, 180, So. (9) P: Scott Armstrong, 6-2, 187, Fr. (11)

1991 (9-3 Overall, 4-3 SEC) Independence Bowl Champions Offense

SE: ST: SG: C: TG: TT: TE: QB: SB: RB: FL: PK:

Arthur Marshall, 5-11, 174, Sr. (8) Bernard Williams, 6-9, 279, So. (9) Steve Roberts, 6-3, 263, Fr. (8) Russell Defoor, 6-4, 268, Sr. (9) LeMonte Tellis, 6-4, 268, Sr. (12) Alec Millen, 6-7, 278, Jr. (11) Shannon Mitchell, 6-3, 242, So (12) Eric Zeier, 6-2, 205, Fr. (7) Garrison Hearst, 5-11, 195, So. (8) Mack Strong, 6-0, 214, Jr. (12) Andre Hastings, 6-2, 181, So. (11) Todd Peterson, 5-10, 162, Jr. (11) Kanon Parkman, 5-11, 170, Fr. (11)

Defense

OLB: Mitch Davis, 6-3, 237, So. (9) LT: Curt Douglas, 6-1, 255, Jr. (11) NG: Casey Barnum, 6-3, 265, So. (7) Willie Jennings, 6-5, 261, So. (5) RT: Donnie Maib, 6-3, 259, Jr. (9) MLB: John Allen, 6-2, 240, Sr. (12) WLB: Dwayne Simmons, 6-1, 208, Sr. (12) OLB: Carlo Butler, 6-2, 208, So. (9) LC: George Wynn, 5-9, 163, Sr. (12) SS: David Hargett, 6-2, 195, Sr. (10) FS: Ralph Thompson, 6-1, 184, So. (9) RC: Chuck Carswell, 5-10, 186, Sr. (12) P: Scott Armstrong, 6-2, 187, So. (11)

1992 (10-2 overall, 6-2 SEC) SEC Eastern Division Co-Champions Citrus Bowl Champions Offense

SE: ST: SG: C: TG: TT: TE: QB: SB: RB: FL: K:

Brian Bohannon, 5-11, 181, Jr. (9) Bernard Williams, 6-9, 294, Jr. (12) Steve Roberts, 6-3, 263, So. (12) Jack Swan, 6-4, 265, Sr. (12) Mike Fellows,6-4, 265, Jr. (4) Paul Taylor, 6-5, 268, Fr. (5) Alec Millen, 6-7, 278, Sr. (11) Shannon Mitchell, 6-3, 242, Jr. (11) Eric Zeier, 6-2, 205, So. (12) Garrison Hearst, 5-11, 202, Jr. (12) Mack Strong, 6-0, 210, Sr. (10) Andre Hastings, 6-2, 192, Jr. (11) Todd Peterson, 5-10, 175, Sr. (11)

OLB: LT: NG: RT: MLB: WLB: OLB: LC: SS: FS: RC: P:

Mitch Davis, 6-3, 237, Jr. (12) Tom Wallace, 6-6, 275, Sr. (12) Casey Barnum, 6-3, 265, Sr. (12) Greg Jackson, 6-2, 222, Sr. (11) Charlie Clemons, 6-2, 232, Jr. (8) Randall Godfrey, 6-3, 225, Fr. (10) Carlo Butler, 6-2, 208, Jr. (10) Al Jackson, 6-0, 188, Sr. (10) Mike Jones, 6-3, 220, Sr. (10) Greg Tremble, 5-11, 180, Jr. (12) Chris Wilson, 5-8, 173, Sr. (12) Scott Armstrong, 6-2, 192, Jr. (11)

Defense

1993 (5-6 overall, 2-6 SEC) Offense

SE: ST: SG: C: TG: TT: TE: QB: SB: WR: FL: PK:

Jeff Thomas, 6-2, 192, Jr. (7) Bernard Williams, 6-9, 310, Sr. (11) Steve Roberts, 6-3, 263, Jr. (11) David Weeks, 6-6, 260, So. (7) Troy Stark, 6-6, 260, So. (7) Adam Meadows, 6-7, 255, Fr. (7) Shannon Mitchell, 6-3, 235, Sr. (11) Eric Zeier, 6-2, 205, Jr. (11) Terrell Davis, 6-1, 206, Jr. (6) Brice Hunter, 6-0, 195, So. (6) Brian Bohannon, 5-11, 180, Sr. (5) Kanon Parkman, 5-11, 171, So. (11)

Defense

OLB: Mitch Davis, 6-3, 240, Sr. (11) LT: Matt Storm, 6-6, 305, Jr. (11) NG: Bill Rosenberg, 6-3, 275, Sr. (10) RT: Phillip Daniels, 6-6, 221, So. (8) MLB: Charlie Clemons, 6-2, 226, Sr. (11) WLB: Randell Godfrey, 6-3, 225, So. (11) OLB: Carlo Butler, 6-2, 207, Sr. (11) LC: Charles Pledger, 6-0, 175, Jr. (5) SS: Buster Owens, 6-0, 195, So (9) FS: Ralph Thompson, 6-1, 184, Jr. (8) RC: Greg Tremble, 5-11, 185, Sr. (10) P: Scott Armstrong, 6-2, 192, Sr. (11)

1994 (6-4-1 overall, 3-4-1 SEC) Offense

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Hason Graham, 5-11, 166, Sr. (11) Adam Meadows, 6-7, 272, So. (7) Steve Roberts, 6-3, 270, Sr. (8) Scott Brownholtz, 6-3, 260, Sr. (9) Resty Beadles, 6-3, 280, So. (6) Troy Stark, 6-6, 271, Jr. (11) James Warner, 6-4, 239, Sr. (10) Eric Zeier, 6-2, 205, Sr. (11) Hines Ward, 6-1, 185, Fr. (6) Terrell Davis, 6-1, 211, Sr. (4) Larry Bowie, 6-0, 218, Jr. (6) Terrell Davis, 6-1, 211, Sr. (4) Brice Hunter, 6-0, 197, Jr. (11) Kanon Parkman, 5-11, 171, Jr. (11)

Defense

OLB: Phillip Daniels, 6-6, 255, Jr. (11) LT: Matt Storm, 6-6, 305, Sr. (11) NG: Travis Stroud, 6-3, 258, Fr. (9) RT: Travis Jones, 6-3, 255, Sr. (10) MLB: Randall Godfrey, 6-3, 226, Jr. (10) WLB: Marcus Williams, 6-1, 211, So. (10) OLB: Greg Bright, 6-2, 214, Fr. (11) LC: Carlos Yancy, 6-2, 190, Sr. (11) SS: Will Muschamp, 6-0, 190, Sr. (9) FS: Corey Johnson, 5-11, 183, So. (11) RC: Robert Edwards, 6-2, 202, So. (11) Dax Langley, 6-2, 170, Fr. (9) P:

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1995 (6-6 Overall, 3-5 vs. SEC) Peach Bowl Offense

Juan Daniels, 6-2, 195, Jr. (11) Adam Meadows, 6-7, 278, Jr. (11) Resty Beadles, 6-3, 293, Jr. (11) David Weeks, 6-6, 280, Sr. (11) Paul Taylor, 6-5, 27-, Sr. (11) Troy Stark, 6-6, 292, Sr. (11) Larry Brown, 6-5, 250, RFr. (10) Hines Ward, 6-1, 185, So. (4) Mike Bobo, 6-2, 205, So. (4) Torin Kirtsey, 6-0, 180, Fr. (4) Selma Calloway, 5-11, 198, So. (6) Brice Hunter, 6-0, 207, Sr. (11) Kanon Parkman, 5-11, 197, Sr. (11)

Defense

BD: Phillip Daniels, 6-6, 260, Sr. (11) BK: Phillip Benton, 6-2, 243, Sr. (6) Frank Watts, 6-2, 245, Sr. (5) NG: Jermaine Smith, 6-3, 275, Jr. (4) T: Jason Ferguson, 6-5, 325, Jr. (10) MLB: Whit Marshall, 6-2, 238, Sr. (11) WLB: Greg Bright, 6-2, 220, So. (11) SLB: Brandon Tolbert, 6-2, 218, So. (6) Randall Godfrey, 6-3, 237, Sr. (5) RCB: Alandus Sims, 6-1, 185, Jr. (6) Ronald Bailey, 6-0, 187, So. (5) SS: Armin Love, 6-1, 191, RFr. (9) FS: Corey Johnson, 5-11, 190, Jr. (11) LCB: Buster Owens, 6-0, 197, Sr. (11)

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Hines Ward, 6-1, 194, Jr. (11) Adam Meadows, 6-7, 280, Sr. (11) Resty Beadles, 6-3, 294, Sr. (11) Brad Stafford, 6-3, 283, Jr. (11) Antonio Fleming, 6-4, 299, Jr. (11) Matt Stichcomb, 6-7, 280, So. (11) Larry Brown, 6-5, 250, So. (11) Juan Daniels, 6-2, 207, Sr. (10) Mike Bobo, 6-2, 206, Jr. (10) Selma Calloway, 5-11, 200, Jr. (11) Robert Edwards, 6-2, 208, Jr. (9) Hap Hines, 5-10, 10, Fr (8)

Defense

BK: Paul Snellings, 6-4, 277, So. (11) T: Jason Ferguson, 6-5, 305, Sr. (11) NG: Jermaine Smith, 6-3, 275, Sr. (10) BD: Derrick Byrd, 6-5, 257, Jr. (8) SLB: Brandon Tolbert, 6-3, 225, Jr. (11) MLB: Greg Bright, 6-2, 225, Jr. (10) WLB: Bryan Jones, 6-0, 218, Sr. (11) LCB: Glen Ford, 5-8, 182, So. (9) SS: Alandus Sims, 6-1, 194, Sr. (6) Trey Sipe, 6-0, 193, Jr. (5) FS: Corey Johnson, 5-11, 190, Sr. (11) RCB: Ronald Bailey, 6-0, 187, Jr. (11 P: Dax Langley, 6-2, 178, Jr., (11)

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1997 (10-2 Overall, 6-2 EC) Outback Bowl Champions Offense

Hines Ward, 6-1, 194, Sr. (11) Matt Stinchcomb, 6-7, 280, Jr. (12) Kenley Ingram, 6-2, 320, Sr. (10) Brad Stafford, 6-3, 283, Sr. (12) Antonio Fleming, 6-4, 299, Sr. (12) Chris Terry, 6-7, 260, Jr. (12) Larry Brown, 6-5, 250, Jr. (11) Corey Allen, 6-3, 200, Sr. (12) Mike Bobo, 6-2, 206, Sr. (12) Robert Edwards, 6-2, 208, Sr. (9) Olandis Gary, 5-11, 204, Jr. (5) Selma Calloway, 5-11, 200, Sr. (3) Patrick Pass, 6-2, 200, So. (3) Hap Hines, 5-8, 174, SO. (12)

Defense

BK: Paul Snellings, 6-4, 277, Jr. (10) RE: Antonio Cochran, 6-4, 275, Jr. (7) NG: Travis Stroud, 6-3, 274, Sr. (10) BT: Derrick Byrd, 6-5, 257, Sr. (12) SLB: Brandon Tolbert, 6-2, 221, Sr. (12) MLB: Greg Bright, 6-2, 225, Sr. (12) WLB: Orantes Grant, 6-2, 200, So.(12) LCB: Champ Bailey, 6-1, 180, So. (12) SS: Trey Sipe, 6-0, 193, Sr. (6) FS: Kirby Smart, 6-0, 181, Jr. (12) RCB: Ronald Bailey, 6-0, 187, Sr. (12) P: Dax Langley, 6-0, 176, SR. (12)

1998 (9-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC) Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Champions Offense

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1999 (8-4 Overall, 5-3 SEC) Outback Bowl Champions Offense

1996 (5-6 overall, 3-5 SEC) Offense

Tony Small, 6-2, 215, Sr. (12) Matt Stinchcomb, 6-6, 291, Sr. (11) Steve Herndon, 6-4, 288, Jr., (12) Miles Luckie, 6-0, 284, Jr., (10) Jonas Jennings, 6-4, 311, So. (9) Chris Terry, 6-5, 285, Sr. (11) Larry Brown, 6-5, 270, Sr., (12) Quincy Carter, 6-3, 225, Fr. (12) Olandis Gary, 5-11, 213, Sr., (10) Michael Greer, 5-10, 173, So., (10) Champ Bailey, 6-1, 180, Jr., (4) Jermaine Wiggins, 6-2, 257, Sr., (3) Hap Hines, 5-8, 175, Jr., (11)

Defense

BK: Marcus Stroud, 6-6, 297, So., (9) DT: Paul Snellings, 6-5, 280, Sr., (10) NG: Emarlos Leroy, 6-2, 297, Sr., (12) Rush: Antonio Cochran, 6-4, 270, Sr. (11) SLB: Dustin Luckie, 6-1, 239, Jr. (12) MLB: Adrian Hollingshed, 6-2, 230, So. (12) WLB: Orantes Grant, 6-1, 222, Jr. (12) LCB: Champ Bailey, 6-1, 180, Jr. (12) SS: Kirby Smart, 5-10, 190, Sr. (12) FS: Larry Mann, 6-2, 192, Jr. (8) Quentin Davis, 5-11, 181, Jr. (4) RCB: Jeff Harris, 6-0, 175, Jr. (11) P: Wynn Kopp, 5-10, 175, Fr. (12)

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Terrence Edwards, 6-2, 175, Fr. (12) Jonas Jennings, 6-4, 302, Jr. (12) Steve Herndon, 6-4, 285, Sr. (12) Miles Luckie, 6-0, 288, Sr. (12) Kevin Breedlove, 6-4, 310, Fr. (10) Jon Stinchcomb, 6-5, 272, RFr. (11) Jevaris Johnson, 6-6, 258, Jr. (12) Randy McMichael, 6-3, 225, RFr., (6) Quincy Carter, 6-3, 223, So. (12) Patrick Pass, 5-11, 213, Sr. (7) Jasper Sanks, 6-0, 226, So., (7) Michael Greer, 5-10, 170, Jr. (5) Thad Parker, 5-9, 158, Jr. (7) Hap Hines, 5-8, 166, Sr., (12)

Defense

LE : Dustin Luckie, 6-1, 231, Sr. (7) Bruce Adrine, 6-4, 258, So. (5) LT: Marcus Stroud, 6-6, 300, Jr. (10) RT : Richard Seymour, 6-6, 295, Jr. (12) RE: David Jacobs, 6-4, 258, RFr., (6) Charles Grant, 6-3, 260, Fr. (4) SLB: Boss Bailey, 6-3, 220, So. (12) Mike: Kendrell Bell, 6-2, 240, Jr. (7) Will Witherspoon, 6-1, 215, So. (5) Will: Orantes Grant, 6-1, 225, Sr. (12) LC: Cory Robinson, 5-11, 191, Jr. (9) Tim Wansley, 5-8, 179, So. (4) SS: Earl Chambers, 6-0, 198, Sr. (9) FS : Larry Mann. 6-2, 189, Sr. (8) Cap Burnett, 6-1, 202, RFr. (4) RC: Jeff Harris, 6-0, 181, Sr. (7) Jamie Henderson, 6-2, 190, Jr. (5) P: Wynn Kopp, 5-9, 162, So. (8) Jonathan Kilgo, 6-1, 195, Fr. (4)

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2000 (8-4 Overall, 5-3 SEC) Oahu Bowl Champions Offense Terrence Edwards, 6-2, 175, So. (12) Jonas Jennings, 6-5, 320, Sr. (12) Brady Pate, 6-4, 273, Sr. (12) Curt McGill, 6-4, 275, Jr. (12) Kevin Breedlove, 6-4, 292, So. (12) Jon Stinchcomb, 6-6, 266, RSo. (12) Jevaris Johnson, 6-6, 252, Sr. (11) Randy McMichael, 6-3, 232, So. (7) Quincy Carter, 6-3, 218, Jr. (7) Cory Phillips, 6-1, 212, So. (5) Brett Millican, 5-11, 196, Sr. (6) Jasper Sanks, 6-0, 221, Jr. (6) LeBrone Mitchell, 6-1, 200, Jr. (11) Billy Bennett, 5-8, 160, Fr. (9)

Defense

Rush: Josh Mallard, 6-2, 263, Jr. (6) LT: Marcus Stroud, 6-6, 300, Sr. (12) RT: Richard Seymour, 6-6, 300 (11) Buck: Charles Grant, 6-3, 265, So. (7) SLB: Will Witherspoon, 6-2, 217, Jr. (11) MLB: Kendrell Bell, 6-2, 233, Sr. (11) WLB: Tony Gilbert, 6-0, 234, RSo. (11) LC: Jamie Henderson, 6-3, 191, Sr. (11) SS: Terreal Bierria, 6-3, 204, RSo. (11) FS: Jermaine Phillips, 6-1, 205, Sr. (9) RC: Tim Wansley, 5-9, 172, Jr. (9) P: Jonathan Kilgo, 6-1, 195, So. (11)

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2001 (8-4 Overall, 5-3 SEC) Music City Bowl Offense Damien Gary, 5-11, 176, RSo. (9) George Foster, 6-6, 321, Jr. (9) Alex Jackson, 6-4, 337, Jr. (11) Curt McGill, 6-4, 275, Sr. (12) Kevin Breedlove, 6-4, 301, Jr. (11) Jon Stinchcomb, 6-6, 278, Jr. (10) Randy McMichael, 6-4, 228, Jr. (10) David Greene, 6-3, 222, RFr. (12) Musa Smith, 6-1, 212, So. (5) Verron Haynes, 5-11, 223, Sr. (9) Terrence Edwards, 6-1, 178, Jr. (9) Billy Bennett, 5-8, 159, Fr. (12)

Defense

Rush: Charles Grant, 6-4, 267, Jr. (11) DT: Johnathan Sullivan, 6-4, 280, So. (6) David Pollack, 6-2, 260, Fr. (5) NT: David Jacobs, 6-4, 265, Jr. (8) Buck: Bruce Adrine, 6-4, 274, Sr. (6) Johnathan Sullivan, 6-4, 280, So. (5)

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SLB: Boss Bailey, 6-4, 218, Jr. (11) MLB: Tony Gilbert, 6-1, 246, Jr. (12) WLB: Will Witherspoon, 6-2, 217, Sr. (10) WC: Bruce Thornton, 5-11, 193, RSo. (10) FS: Terreal Bierria, 6-3, 205, Jr. (10) ROV: Jermaine Phillips, 6-2, 211, Sr. (12) SC: Tim Wansley, 5-9, 172, Sr. (10) P: Jonathan Kilgo, 6-2, 198, Jr. (12)

2002 (13-1 Overall, 8-1 SEC) SEC Champions Nokia Sugar Bowl Champions Offense

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Terrence Edwards, 6-0, 171, Sr. (11) Jon Stinchcomb, 6-6, 297, Sr. (13) Alex Jackson, 6-4, 335, Sr. (11) Ian Knight, 6-3, 291, Sr. (14) Kevin Breedlove, 6-2, 300, Sr. (14) Kareen Marshall, 6-5, 328, Sr. (14) Ben Watson, 6-3, 253, Jr. (13) David Greene, 6-3, 227, So. (14) Musa Smith, 6-2, 226, Jr. (13) J.T. Wall, 5-11, 260, Sr. (9) Fred Gibson, 6-4, 190, So. (8) Billy Bennett, 5-8, 168, Jr. (14)

Defense

DE: Will Thompson, 6-3, 243, So. (12) DT: Johnathan Sullivan, 6-3, 299, Jr. (13) NT: Ken Veal, 6-1, 311, Jr. (7) Darrius Swain, 6-2, 316, Fr. (4) DE: David Pollack, 6-3, 264, So. (14) SLB: Boss Bailey, 6-3, 229, Sr. (12) MLB: Tony Gilbert, 6-0, 244, Sr. (14) WLB: Chris Clemons, 6-3, 236, Jr. (11) CB: Decory Bryant, 5-11, 184, Jr. (14) ROV: Kentrell Curry, 6-1, 198, Jr. (14) FS: Sean Jones, 6-2, 209, So. (12) CB: Bruce Thornton, 5-10, 192, Jr. (11) P: Jonathan Kilgo, 6-2, 203, Sr. (14)

2003 (11-3 overall, 6-2 SEC) SEC Eastern Division Champions Capital One Bowl Champions Offense

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Reggie Brown, 6-1, 195, Jr. (11) Daniel Inman, 6-7, 321, RFr. (12) Josh Brock, 6-3, 284, So. (12) Russ Tanner, 6-4, 290, RSo. (9) Nick Jones, 6-3, 272, Fr. (5) Bartley Miller, 6-4, 301, So. (9) Russ Tanner, 6-4, 290, RSo. (5) Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, So. (14) Ben Watson, 6-3, 255, Sr.(10) David Greene, 6-3, 230, Jr. (14) Michael Cooper, 5-11, 215, RFr. (8) Jeremy Thomas, 5-11, 255, Jr. (7) Fred Gibson, 6-4, 196, Jr. (11) Billy Bennett, 5-8, 170, Sr. (14)

Defense

DE: Robert Geathers, 6-3, 270, Jr. (14) DT: Gerald Anderson, 6-2, 318, RSo. (8) NT: Ken Veal, 6-1, 312, Sr. (7) Kedric Golston, 6-4, 300, So. (6) DE: David Pollack, 6-3, 276, Jr. (14) SLB: Arnold Harrison, 6-3, 225, Jr. (10) MLB: Odell Thurman, 6-1, 230, RSo. (13) WLB: Tony Taylor, 6-1, 225, So. (12) CB: Decory Bryant5-11, 195, Sr. (8) Tim Jennings, 5-8, 172, So. (6) ROV: Sean Jones, 6-2, 209, Jr. (12) FS: Thomas Davis, 6-1, 220, RSo. (14) CB: Bruce Thornton, 5-11, 200, Sr. (14) P: Gordon Ely-Kelso, 6-2, 227, RFr. (14)

2004 (10-2 overall, 6-2 SEC) Outback Bowl Champions Offense

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Reggie Brown, 6-1, 197, Sr. (11) Daniel Inman, 6-7, 312, RSo. (11) Nick Jones, 6-3, 288, So. (11) Russ Tanner, 6-4, 295, Jr. (12) Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, Jr. (12) Dennis Roland, 6-9, 314, Jr. (11) Leonard Pope, 6-7, 253, So (10) David Greene, 6-3, 227, Sr. (12) Danny Ware, 6-1, 212, Fr. (8) Thomas Brown, 5-8, 185, Fr. (3)

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FB: Jeremy Thomas, 5-11, 250, Sr. (7) FLK: Fred Gibson, 6-4, 202, Sr. (12) PK: Andy Bailey, 6-2, 214, RFr. (11)

Defense

DE: Will Thompson, 6-3, 257, Jr. (11) DT: Kedric Golston, 6-4, 282, Jr. (12) NT: Gerald Anderson, 6-2, 313, Jr. (12) DE: David Pollack, 6-3, 261, Sr. (12) SLB: Arnold Harrison, 6-3, 237, Jr. (6) Derrick White, 6-2, 247, Jr. (6) MLB: Odell Thurman, 6-1, 235, Jr. (9) WLB: Danny Wheeler, 6-2, 235, So. (9) CB: Tim Jennings, 5-8, 173, Jr. (12) ROV: Greg Blue, 6-2, 215, Jr. (12) FS: Thomas Davis, 6-1, 230, Jr. (11) CB: DeMario Minter, 6-0, 193, Jr. (12) P: Gordon Ely-Kelso, 6-2, 225, RSo. (10)

2005 (10-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC) SEC Champions Nokia Sugar Bowl (Atlanta) Offense

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Bryan McClendon, 5-11, 184, Sr. (12) Daniel Inman, 6-7, 328, Jr. (13) Nick Jones, 6-3, 285, Jr. (13) Russ Tanner, 6-4, 297, Sr. (9) Ryan Schnetzer, 6-3, 278, Sr. (4) TG: Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, Sr. (13) TT: Dennis Roland, 6-9, 309, Sr. (13) TE: Leonard Pope, 6-7, 250, Jr (12) QB: D.J. Shockley, 6-1, 206, Sr. (12) TB: Thomas Brown, 5-8, 183, So. (12) FB: Brannan Southerland, 6-0, 235, RFr. (7) FLK: Sean Bailey, 6-1, 175, Jr. (10) PK: Brandon Coutu, 6-0, 197, RSo. (13)

Defense

DE: Will Thompson, 6-3, 254, Sr. (13) DT: Kedric Golston, 6-4, 292, Sr. (9) NT: Gerald Anderson, 6-2, 315, Sr. (9) Ray Gant, 6-2, 277, Jr. (7) DE: Quentin Moses, 6-5, 248, Jr. (13) SLB: Brandon Miller, 6-4, 238, So. (10) MLB: Tony Taylor, 6-1, 238, Jr. (9) WLB: Danny V. Wheeler, 6-2, 245, Jr. (9) Jarvis Jackson, 6-2, 208, Jr. (10) CB: Tim Jennings, 5-8, 178, Sr. (12) ROV: Greg Blue, 6-2, 214, Sr. (13) FS: Tra Battle, 5-11, 167, Jr. (12) CB: DeMario Minter, 6-0, 198, Sr. (13) P: Gordon Ely-Kelso, 6-2, 234, Jr. (13)

2006 (9-4 Overall, 4-4 SEC) Chick-Fil-A Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Mohamed Massaquoi, 6-2, 196, So. (9) ST: Ken Shackleford, 6-5, 325, Sr. (13) SG: Fernando Velasco, 6-4, 327, Jr. (13) C: Nick Jones, 6-3, 296, Sr. (13) TG: Chester Adams, 6-4, 320, Jr. (11) TT: Daniel Inman, 6-7, 316, Sr. (11) TE: Martrez Milner, 6-4, 255, Sr. (10) QB: Matthew Stafford, 6-3, 228, Fr. (8) Joe Tereshinski, 6-3, 223, Sr. (4) TB: Kregg Lumpkin, 6-1, 224, Jr. (9) Thomas Brown, 5-8, 200, Jr. (5) FB: Brannan Southerland, 6-0, 244, So. (7) FLK: A.J. Bryant, 6-2, 199, Jr. (11) PK: Brandon Coutu, 6-0, 200, Jr. (6)

Defense

DE: Charles Johnson, 6-2, 270, Jr. (13) DT: Jeff Owens, 6-3, 290, So. (12) DT: Ray Gant, 6-2, 281, Sr. (6) Kade Weston, 6-5, 315, So. (6) DE: Quentin Moses, 6-5, 257, 13) SLB: Danny Verdun Wheeler, 6-2, 248, Sr. (8) Brandon Miller, 6-4, 254, Jr. (5) MLB:Jarvis Jackson, 6-2, 226, Sr. (12) WLB:Tony Taylor, 6-1, 237, Sr. (13) CB: Paul Oliver, 6-0, 208, Jr. (13) ROV: Tra Battle, 5-11, 176, Sr. (13) FS: Kelin Johnson, 6-1, 194, Jr. (13) CB: Ramarcus Brown, 5-11, 173, Jr. (9) Bryan Evans, 5-11, 181, So. (4) P: Gordon Ely-Kelso, 6-2, 227, Sr. (13)

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Sean Bailey, 6-1, 174, Sr. (13) Trinton Sturdivant, 6-5, 293, Fr. (13) Chris Davis, 6-4, 292, RFr. (13) Fernando Velasco, 6-4, 318, Sr. (13) Clint Boling, 6-5, 290, Fr. (11) Chester Adams, 6-4, 335, Sr. (12) Tripp Chandler, 6-6, 263, Jr. (10) Matthew Stafford, 6-3, 237, So. (13) Thomas Brown, 5-8, 200, Jr. (7) Knowshon Moreno, 5-11, 207, RFr. (6) Brannan Southerland, 6-0, 244, So. (10) Mohamed Massaquoi, 6-2, 198, Jr. (10) Brandon Coutu, 6-0, 200, Jr. (13)

Defense

DE: Rod Battle, 6-4, 261, RSo. (13) DT: Jeff Owens, 6-3, 298, Jr. (13) DT: Geno Atkins, 6-1, 290, So. (7) Kade Weston, 6-5, 316, RSo. (5) DE: Marcus Howard, 6-2, 235, Sr. (13) SLB: Brandon Miller, 6-4, 257, Sr. (6) Akeem Dent, 6-2, 218, RFr. (5) MLB: Dannell Ellerbe, 6-1, 232, Jr. (12) WLB: Rennie Curran, 5-11, 220, Fr. (5) Darius Dewberry, 6-3, 236, So. (5) CB: Prince Miller, 5-8, 190, So. (8) SS: Kelin Johnson, 6-1, 200, Sr. (11) FS: CJ Byrd, 6-2, 193, Jr. (12) CB: Asher Allen, 5-10, 198, So. (10) P: Brian Mimbs, 5-11, 205, Jr. (13)

2008 (10-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC) Capital One Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Mohamed Massaquoi, 6-2, 204, Sr. (13) LT: Clint Boling, 6-5, 286, So. (13) LG: Cordy Glenn, 6-5, 331, Fr. (10) C: Ben Jones, 6-3, 304, Fr. (10) RG: Chris Davis. 6-4, 296, RSo. (13) RT: Justin Anderson, 6-5, 338, RFr. (7) Josh Davis, 6-6, 293, RSo. (3) TE: Tripp Chandler, 6-6, 257, Sr. (7) QB: Matthew Stafford, 6-3, 228, Jr. (13) TB: Knowshon Moreno, 5-11, 208, RSo. (13) FB: Sean Chapas, 6-2, 244, RSo. (7) FLK: A.J. Green, 6-4, 200, Fr. (11) PK: Blair Walsh, 5-10, 183, Fr. (13)

Defense

DE: Rod Battle, 6-4, 265, Jr. (8) DT: Corvey Irvin, 6-4, 292, Sr. (11) DT: Geno Atkins, 6-1, 287, Jr. (13) DE: Jarius Wynn, 6-5, 275, Sr. (8) Demarcus Dobbs, 6-2, 282, RSo. (4) SLB: Akeem Dent, 6-2, 231, RSo. (8) MLB: Dannell Ellerbe, 6-1, 243, Sr. (9) WLB: Rennie Curran, 5-11, 228, So. (13) CB: Prince Miller, 5-8, 196, Jr. (8) Bryan Evans, 5-11, 194, Jr. (5) SS: C.J. Byrd, 6-2, 198, Sr. (13) FS: Reshad Jones, 6-2, 212, RSo. (12) CB: Asher Allen, 5-10, 190, Jr. (13) P: Brian Mimbs, 5-11, 209, Sr. (13)

2009 (8-5 overall, 4-4 SEC) Independence Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Tavarres King, 6-1, 180, RFr. (9) Michael Moore, 6-2, 210, Sr. (5) LT: Clint Boling, 6-5, 304, Jr. (13) LG: Cordy Glenn, 6-5, 328, So. (13) C: Ben Jones, 6-3, 300, So. (13) RG: Chris Davis. 6-4, 295, Jr. (10) RT: Justin Anderson, 6-5, 330, RSo. (8) Josh Davis, 6-6, 300, Jr. (5) TE: Aron White, 6-4, 236, RSo. (12) QB: Joe Cox, 6-1, 198, Sr. (13) TB: Richard Samuel, 6-2, 222, So. (6) Caleb King, , 5-11, 210, RSo. (5) FB: Sean Chapas, 6-2, 245, Jr. (7) FLK: A.J. Green, 6-4, 207, So. (8) PK: Blair Walsh, 5-10, 185, So. (13)

Defense

DE: Justin Houston, 6-3, 259, RSo. (10) DT: Jeff Owens, 6-3, 300, Sr. (13) DT: Kade Weston, 6-5, 315, Sr. (10 Geno Atkins, 6-1, 290, Sr. (3) DE: Demarcus Dobbs, 6-2, 274, Jr. (13) SLB: Akeem Dent, 6-2, 231, RSo. (8) MLB: Darryl Gamble, 6-2, 250, Jr. (10) WLB: Rennie Curran, 5-11, 225, Jr. (12) CB: Prince Miller, 5-8, 198, Sr. (13)

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SS: FS: CB: P:

Bryan Evans, 5-11, 190, Sr. (13) Reshad Jones, 6-2, 215, Jr. (13) Brandon Boykin, 5-10, 185, So. (12) Drew Butler, 6-2, 203, RSo. (13)

2010 (6-7 overall, 3-5 SEC) AutoZone Liberty Bowl Offense

SE: Kris Durham, 6-5, 212, Sr. (8) Tavarres King, 6-1, 191, RSo. (5) LT: Trinton Sturdivant, 6-5, 312, Jr. (7) LG: Cordy Glenn, 6-5, 320, Jr. (13) C: Ben Jones, 6-3, 300, Jr. (12) RG: Clint Boling, 6-5, 315, Sr. (13) RT: Josh Davis, 6-6, 300, Jr. (11) TE: Orson Charles, 6-3, 240, So. (12) QB: Aaron Murray, 6-1, 209, RFr. (13) TB: Washaun Ealey, 5-11, 215, So. (7) Caleb King, , 5-11, 217, Jr. (5) FB: Sean Chapas, 6-2, 240, Sr. (9) FLK: A.J. Green, 6-4, 212, Jr. (8) PK: Blair Walsh, 5-10, 183, Jr. (13)

Defense

DE: Abry Jones, 6-3, 297, So. (6) N: DeAngelo Tyson, 6-2, 290, Jr. (12) DE: Demarcus Dobbs, 6-2, 285, Sr. (11) OLB: Darryl Gamble, 6-2, 250, Jr. (10) ILB: Akeem Dent, 6-2, 233, Sr. (13) ILB: Chris. Robinson, 6-2, 226, RSo. (11) OLB: Justin Houston, 6-3, 258, Jr. (13) CB: Sanders Commings, 6-2, 212, RSo. (9) SS: Bacarri Rambo, 6-0, 211, RSo. (13) FS: Alec Ogletree, 6-3, 224, Fr. (5) Jakar Hamilton, 6-2, 203, Jr. (5) CB: Brandon Boykin, 5-10, 183, Jr. (12) P: Drew Butler, 6-2, 210, Jr. (13)

2011 (10-4 overall, 7-1 SEC) SEC East Champs

Outback Bowl Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: TB: FB: FLK: PK:

Malcolm Mitchell, 6-1, 184, Fr.. (8) Cordy Glenn, 6-5, 348, Sr. (14) Kenarious Gates, 6-5, 328, So. (9) Dallas Lee, 6-4, 316, RSo. (7) Ben Jones, 6-3, 300, Sr. (14) Chris Burnette, 6-2, 313, RSo. (12) Justin Anderson, 6-5, 342, Sr. (14) Orson Charles, 6-3, 241, Jr. (14) Aaron Murray, 6-1, 211, RSo. (14) Isaiah Crowell, 5-11, 215, Fr. (7) Richard Samuel, 6-2, 243, Jr. (3) Bruce Figgins, 6-4, 272, Sr. (9) Tavarres King, 6-1, 192, RSo. (13) Blair Walsh, 5-10, 192, Sr. (14)

DE: N: DE: OLB: ILB: ILB: OLB: CB: FS: FS: CB: P:

Abry Jones, 6-3, 309, Jr. (14) John Jenkins, 6-3, 351, Jr. (7) Kwame Geathers, 6-6, 350, RSo. (3) DeAngelo Tyson, 6-2, 306, Sr. (11) Jarvis Jones, 6-3, 241, RSo. (14) Mike Gilliard, 6-2, 220, Jr. (11) Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 231, Fr. (7) Alex Ogletree, 6-3, 236, So. (7) Cornelius Washington, 6-4, 269, Jr. (5) Sanders Commings, 6-2, 217, Jr. (13) Bacarri Rambo, 6-0, 218, RSo. (13) Shawn Williams, 6-1, 220, Jr. (12) Brandon Boykin, 5-10, 183, Sr. (14) Drew Butler, 6-2, 214, Sr. (14)

Defense

2012 (12-2 overall, 7-1 SEC) Capital One Bowl Champions SEC East Champions

Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: TB: FB: FLK: PK:

Malcolm Mitchell, 6-1, 184, So. (6) Marlon Brown, 6-5,. 222, Sr. (6) Kenarious Gates, 6-5, 328, Jr. (12) Dallas Lee, 6-4, 316, Jr. (12) David Andrews, 6-2, 295, So. (14) Chris Burnette, 6-2, 313, Jr. (12) John Theus, 6-5, 309, Fr. (14) Arthur Lynch, 6-5, 258, Jr. (13) Aaron Murray, 6-1, 210, Jr. (14) Todd Gurley, 6-1, 218, Fr. (13) Merritt Hall, 5-11, 238, RFr. (6) Alexander Ogletree, 5-10, 225, Jr. (3) Tavarres King, 6-1, 200, Sr. (12) Marshall Morgan, 6-3, 201, Fr. (14)

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Garrison Smith, 6-3, 297, Jr. (8)

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Defense

2017 SEC Champions N: DE: OLB: ILB: ILB: CB: FS: SS: CB: P:

Abry Jones, 6-3, 308, Sr. (5) John Jenkins, 6-3, 358, Sr. (13) Kwame Geathers, 6-6, 350, Jr. (5) Cornelius Washington, 6-4, 268, Sr. (10) Jarvis Jones, 6-3, 241, Jr. (11) Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 245, So. (9) Mike Gilliard, 6-2, 230, Sr. (7) Alec Ogletree, 6-3, 232, Jr. (9) Sanders Commings, 6-2, 216, Sr. (12) Bacarri Rambo, 6-0, 210, Sr. (10) Shawn Williams, 6-1, 217, Sr. (14) Damian Swann, 5-11, 189, So. (14) Collin Barber, 6-2, 200, Fr. (14)

2013 (8-5 overall, 5-3 SEC) TaxSlayer.Com Gator Bowl Offense

SE: Rantavious Wooten, 5-10, 176, Sr. (6) LT: Kenarious Gates, 6-5, 327, Sr. (13) LG: Dallas Lee, 6-4, 295, Sr. (12) C: David Andrews, 6-2, 295, Jr. (13) RG: Chris Burnette, 6-2, 314, Sr. (13) RT: John Theus, 6-6, 298, So. (8) Kolton Houston, 6-5, 280, Jr. (6) TE: Arthur Lynch, 6-5, 254, Sr. (11) QB: Aaron Murray, 6-1, 208, Sr. (11) TB: Todd Gurley, 6-1, 218, So. (10) FB: Quayvon Hicks, 6-2, 257, So. (6) FLK: Chris Conley, 6-3, 206, Jr. (9) Michael Bennett, 6-3, 205, Jr. (9) PK: Marshall Morgan, 6-3, 200, So. (11) SN: Nathan Theus, 6-3, 241, RSo.

Defense

DE: Sterling Bailey, 6-3, 282, RSo. (8) Ray Drew, 6-5, 276, Jr. (7) N: Garrison Smith, 6-3, 299, Sr. (13) DE: Chris Mayes, 6-4, 321, RSo. (8) OLB: Jordan Jenkins, 6-3, 246, So., (13) ILB: Ramik Wilson, 6-2, 232, Jr. (12) ILB: Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 244, Jr. (13) OLB: Leonard Floyd, 6-4, 220, Fr. (8) CB: Shaq Wiggins, 5-10, 165, Fr. (8) SS: J. Harvey-Clemons, 6-5, 212, So. (11) FS: Quincy Mauger, 6-0, 200, Fr. (7) Tray Matthews, 6-0, 196, Fr. (6) CB: Damian Swann, 5-11, 178, Jr. (13) P: Adam Erickson, 5-10, 171, Jr. Collin Barber, 6-2, 200, So.

2014 (10-3 overall, 6-2 SEC) Belk Bowl Champions

Offense

SE: Michael Bennett, 6-3, 205, Sr. (10) LT: John Theus, 6-6, 298, Jr. (13) LG: Brandon Kublanow, 6-3, 290, So. (13) C: David Andrews, 6-2, 295, Sr. (13) RG: Greg Pyke, 6-6, 326, RSo. (13) RT: Kolton Houston, 6-5, 280, Jr. (13) TE: Jeb Blazevich, 6-5, 232, Fr. (11) QB: Hutson Mason, 6-3, 202, RSr. (13) TB: Nick Chubb, 5-10, 228, Fr. (8) Todd Gurley, 6-1, 226, Jr. (5) FB: Quayvon Hicks, 6-2, 257, Jr. (5) FLK: Chris Conley, 6-3, 206, Sr. (11) PK: Marshall Morgan, 6-3, 200, Jr. (13) SN: Nathan Theus, 6-3, 241, Jr. (13)

Defense

DE: Mike Thornton, 6-1, 290, Sr. (10) DT: Ray Drew, 6-5, 284, Sr. (11) OLB: Jordan Jenkins, 6-3, 246, Jr. (13) OLB: Leonard Floyd, 6-4, 220, So. (13) ILB: Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 244, Sr. (13) ILB: Ramik Wilson, 6-2, 232, Sr. (13) CB: Aaron Davis, 6-1, 190, RFr. (10) CB: Devin Bowman, 6-0, 179, Jr. (8) FS: Dominick Sanders, 6-0, 187, Fr. (13) SS: Quincy Mauger, 6-0, 200, So. (7) Corey Moore, 6-2, 214, Sr. (6) STAR: Damian Swann, 5-11, 178, Sr. (12) Collin Barber, 6-2, 200, Jr. P: Adam Erickson, 5-10, 171, Sr.

X: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE:

2015 (10-3 overall, 5-3 SEC) TaxSlayer Bowl Champions Offense Malcolm Mitchell, 6-1, 195, Sr. (13) Isaiah Wynn, 6-2, 278, So. (13) Kolton Houston, 6-5, 285, Sr. (13) Brandon Kublanow, 6-3, 282, Jr. (13) Greg Pyke, 6-6, 313, Jr. (13) John Theus, 6-6, 303, Sr. (13) Jeb Blazevich, 6-5, 248, So. (12)

QB: TB: FB: F: Z: PK: SN:

Greyson Lambert, 6-5, 200, Gr. (12) Sony Michel, 5-11, 212, So. (6) Nick Chubb, 5-10, 228, So. (6) Christian Payne, 6-1, 232, So. Quayvon Hicks, 6-2, 251, Sr. (3) Terry Godwin, 5-11, 174, Fr. (9) Reggie Davis, 6-0, 170, Jr. (7) Isaiah McKenzie, 5-8, 170, So. (5) Marshall Morgan, 6-3, 194, Sr. (13) Nathan Theus, 6-3, 238, Gr. (13)

Defense

DE: Sterling Bailey, 6-3, 282, Gr. (10) N: Chris Mayes, 6-4, 323, Sr. (11) DT: Trent Thompson, 6-4, 307, Fr. (6) James DeLoach, 6-3, 284, Sr. (4) JACK:Jordan Jenkins, 6-3, 253, Sr. (10) SLB: Leonard Floyd, 6-4, 231, Jr. (13) MLB: Jake Ganus, 6-2, 233, Sr. (13) WLB: Tim Kimbrough, 6-0, 226, Jr. (7) CB: Aaron Davis, 6-1, 190, RSo. (9) Rico McGraw, 6-0, 192, Fr. (5) CB: Malkom Parrish, 5-10, 188, So. (13) FS: Dominick Sanders, 6-0, 189, So. (12) SS: Quincy Mauger, 6-0, 200, Jr. (12) P: Brice Ramsey, 6-3, 213, RSo. (6) Collin Barber, 6-2, 208, Sr. (7)

2016 (8-5 overall, 4-4 SEC) AutoZone Liberty Bowl Champions Offense

WR: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: TB: FB: WR: PK: SN:

Terry Godwin, 5-11, 185, So. (4) Isaiah McKenzie, 5-8, 175, Jr. (4) Tyler Catalina, 6-6, 314, Gr. (12) Isaiah Wynn, 6-2, 285, Jr. (11) Brandon Kublanow, 6-3, 293, Jr. (13) Lamont Gaillard, 6-2, 301, RSo. (13) Greg Pyke, 6-6, 325, Jr. (13) Jeb Blazevich, 6-5, 248, Jr. (9) Jacob Eason, 6-5, 235, Fr. (12) Nick Chubb, 5-10, 228, Jr. (11) Christian Payne, 6-1, 242, Jr. (6) Michael Chigbu, 6-2, 213, So. (6) Javon Wims, 6-4, 215, Jr. (3) Rodrigo Blankenship, 6-1, 191, RFr. (10) Trent Frix, 6-0, 215, Jr. (12)

Defense

DE: Trenton Thompson, 6-4, 309, So. (7) DT: John Atkins, 6-4, 315, Jr. (7) JACK:Davin Bellamy, 6-5, 240, Jr. (10) SLB: Lorenzo Carter, 6-6, 242, Jr. (7) MLB: Roquan Smith, 6-1, 225, So., (6) WLB: Natrez Patrick, 6-3, 238, So. (8) CB: Aaron Davis, 6-1, 189, Jr. (11) Rico McGraw, 6-0, 192, Fr. (5) CB: Malkom Parrish, 5-10, 185, Jr. (9) CB: Dominick Sanders, 6-0, 189, So. (12) CB: Deandre Baker, 5-11, 180, So. (7) STAR: Maurice Smith, 6-0, 195, Gr. (11) P: Brice Ramsey, 6-3, 210, Jr. (6) Marshall Long, 6-2, 217, Fr. (7)

2017 (13-2 overall, 7-1 SEC) SEC Champions Rose Bowl Champions

Offense

WR: Javon Wims, 6-4, 215, Sr. (14) LT: Isaiah Wynn, 6-2, 302, Sr. (15) LG: Kendall Baker, 6-6, 287, Jr. (14) C: Lamont Gaillard, 6-2, 295, Jr. (15) RG: Ben Cleveland, 6-6, 340, RFr. (5) Solomon Kindley, 6-4, 330, RFr. (7) RT: Andrew Thomas, 6-5, 320, Fr. (15) TE: Isaac Nauta, 6-4, 246, So. (9) QB: Jake Fromm, 6-2, 225, Fr. (14) RB: Nick Chubb, 5-10, 225, Sr. (15) WR: Riley Ridley, 6-2, 200, So. (7) WR: Terry Godwin, 5-11, 185, Jr. (14) PK: Rodrigo Blankenship, 6-1, 191, So. (15) DT: N: DE: OLB: ILB: ILB: OLB: CB: S: S: CB: P:

Defense

Tyler Clark, 6-4, 305, So. (12) John Atkins, 6-4, 305, Gr. (14) Jonathan Ledbetter, 6-4, 277, Jr. (11) Lorenzo Carter, 6-6, 243, Sr. (10) Roquan Smith, 6-1, 225, Jr. (15) Reggie Carter, 6-1, 230, Gr. (6) Davin Bellamy, 6-5, 245, Sr. (14) Deandre Baker, 5-11, 180, Jr. (14) Dominick Sanders, 6-0, 200, Sr. (15) J.R. Reed, 6-1, 194, RSo. (15) Aaron Davis, 6-1, 195, Gr. (15) Cameron Nizialek, 6-2, 200, Gr. (15)

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions

2017 Lettermen Seniors John Atkins Davin Bellamy Jeb Blazevich Aulden Bynum Lorenzo Carter Reginald Carter Nick Chubb John Courson Aaron Davis Jordan Davis Alex Essex Turner Fortin Trent Frix Jacob Gross Carson Hall Daniel Harper

Matthew Herzwurm Tim Hill David Marvin Miles McGinty Sony Michel Cameron Nizialek Malkom Parrish Christian Payne Brice Ramsey Dominick Sanders Dyshon Sims Thomas Swilley Shakenneth Williams Javon Wims Isaiah Wynn Juniors Deandre Baker

A

Aaron, Phil — 1978 Abram, John Desmond — 1985-86-87 Abram, Johnathan — 2015 Abbott, Chris — 2006 Adams, Chester — 2004-05-06-07 Adams, Donald— 1957 (Trainer) Adams, Gary — 1965-66-67 Adams, Steven — 2011-12-13-14 (Mgr) Adams, Scott Alexander—1985-86-87-88 Adcock, Matt — 2002 Adrine, Bruce — 1998-99-2000-01 Aids, Ryan — 2006 (Manager) Ainslie, William — 1942 (Manager) Akacki, John — 1978-79 Atkins, Geno — 2007, 2009 Albright, Zach — 1997 (Manager) Alexander, Brantley — 1958 (Mgr.) Alexander, Eugene — 1944-45-46 Alford, Neal — 1946 (Trainer) Allen, Asher — 2006-07-08 Allen, Cameron — 2010 Allen, Corey Demond — 1994-95-96-97 Allen, Donnie — 1970-71-72 Allen, Drew —2009-10-11-12 (Mgr) Allen, Ed — 1968-69 Allen, Heyward —1939-40-41 (Capt.) Allen, John Reed — 1988-91 Allen, Pat — 2017 Allen, Robert — 1960-61-62 Allen, V — 1902 Allison, Robert — 1979 Almond, Kevin — 1975-76-78 (Trainer) Amaechi, Chukwuma — 2015-16 Amtower, Frederick — 1960-61 Anderson, Alfred — 1934-35-36 Anderson, Charles — 1953 Anderson, Gerald — 2002-03-04-05 Anderson, Jarrod — 2006, 08 (Manager) Anderson, Justin — 2008-09, 11 Anderson, Michael — 1956-57-58 Anderson, Paul Kemper — 1920-22 Anderson, Peter — 1983-84-85 (Capt) Anderson, Sheldon Claus — 1987-88 Andrews, David — 2011-12-13-14 (Capt) Andrews, E E — 1919 (Manager) Andrews, Melvin (Chip) — 1983-84 Andrews, William Edwin — 1989-90 Andros, Chris H. — 1986 Anglin, Bobby — 1950-51-52 Ansley, Abb — 1972-73-74 (Def. Capt.) Ansley, Brad — 1982-83 Anthony, Thurston Lafayette —1919-2021-23 Appleby, Richard — 1973-74-75 Archer, David — 1978 Archie, Herman L. — 1982-83-84-85 Arkwright, Charles — 1965-66 Armbrester, Leon — 1962-63-64 Armstrong, Joseph Scot —1990-91-92-93 Armstrong, W.B. — 1892

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Kendall Baker Michael Chigbu Ahkil Crumpton Sean Fogarty Lamont Gaillard Terry Godwin, II Jackson Harris Daquan Hawkins- Muckle Jonathan Ledbetter Nick Moore Natrez Patrick J.R. Reed Keyon Richardson Roquan Smith Jayson Stanley Juwan Taylor Trenton Thompson D’Andre Walker Jarvis Wilson

Arnaud, Robert Earl — 1995, 1997-98-99 Arnette, William T. — 1911-12 Arnold, Anthony — 1977-78-79-80 Arnold, James W. — 1904 Arrendale, James L — 1906-07 Arrington, Rick — 1966 Arthur, Matthew — 1953-54-55 Arthur, Matthew R. — 1982 Ashe, Phillip — 1958-59-60 Ashe, Thomas — 1960 Asher, Ron — 1977-78-79 (Manager) Ashford, Alex — 1933-34-35 Atkins, Geno — 2006-09 Atkins, John — 2014-15-16-17 Atkinson, G — 1896 Atrice, Walker — 1998 Auer, James Robert — 1983-84 Austin, Stafford L. — 1919 Ayers, Howard “Doc” —1946 (honorary)

B

Babb, Michael — 1961-62-63 Babcock, Harry — 1950-51-52 Baccus, Pat — 1955 (Manager) Badgett, Willis — 1936-37-38 Bailey, Andy - 2004, 2006-07 Bailey, Derrick Terrell — 1991 Bailey, Kenny — 2000-02-03 Bailey, Jr., Robert — 1960 Bailey, Robert Henry — 1985 Bailey, Rodney “Boss”— 1998-99-01-2 (Team Captain) Bailey, Roland “Champ” — 1996-97-98 (Captain) Bailey, Ronald Marcus — 1995-96-97 Bailey, Sam M. — 1944-45 Bailey, Sean — 2003-04-05-06-07 Bailey, Sterling — 2013-14-15 Baker, Buck — 1968 Baker, Bobby — 2004 (Video) Baker, Deandre — 2015-16-17 Baker, Jim — 1973-74-75 Baker, Kendall — 2017 Baker, Mike — 1988-89-90-91 (Trainer) Baker, Sam (Buck) — 1972-73 Baker, Ted — 1992 Baker, Theodore Stuart — 1992 (Mgr.) Baldwin, Donovan — 2006 Ballard, Marty — 1979-80 Banks, Quintin — 2007, 09-10 Barbas, Constino John — 1944 Barber, Collin — 2012 Barber, Jr., Fred — 1962-63-64 Barbre, Ned C. — 1937-38 Barchan, Joe — 1919 Barnett, Michael — 2017 Barnum, Casey Eugene — 1989, 91-92 Barrett, Jr., Pearce — 1942 Barrow, Craig — 1893-95 Barrow, Thomas A. — 1902

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Sophomores Pat Allen Michael Barnett Rodrigo Blankenship Michail Carter Tyler Clark Tae Crowder Jacob Eason Mecole Hardman, Jr. Brian Herrien Elijah Holyfield David Marshall Tyrique McGhee Isaac Nauta Riley Ridley Julian Rochester Tyler Simmons Charlie Woerner Justin Young

Freshmen Trey Blount Ben Cleveland Jake Fromm DeAngelo Gibbs Walter Grant Malik Herring Jeremiah Holloman Prather Hudson Solomon Kindley Richard LeCounte Nate McBride William Poole Monty Rice-Jordan Justin Shaffer Ameer Speed D’Andre Swift Andrew Thomas Mark Webb

Barrow, Jr., Craig — 1928 (Manager) Bartenfeld, Charles — 1955-56 (Mgr.) Bartenfeld, Richard — 1957 (Manager) Bass, Wesley E. — 1925 Bassett, Troy Christopher — 1992 Batchelor, Graham — 1931-32-33 (Capt.) Batson, Jonathan — 2009 Battey, George McGruder — 1906 Battle, Roderick — 2006-07-08-09 Battle, Tra — 2003-04-05-06 (ST Co-Capt) Bauta, Faton — 2015 Baxter, Julian F. — 1900-01-02 Beadles, Resty Alan — 1994-95-96 Beall, Jeremiah — 1997 Beard, Mark — 2012-13-14 Beasley, Donald Griffith — 1985-86-87 (Mgr.) Beasley, Russell Brian —1985-86-87-88 Beasley, Tom R. — 1915-16-17-18 Beaver, Sandy — 1901-02 Beckwith, Charles — 1950-51 Bedingfield, Walter — 1959-60 Beless, Patrick — 2015 Belflower, Charles Scott — 1985 (Mgr.) Belk, Robert — 1943 Bell, Greg — 1977-78-79-80 Bell, Herman — 1993-94 Bell, John — 1953-54-55 Bell, Kendrell Alexander — 1999-2000 Bell, Robert Lionel — 1988-89 Bellamy, Davin — 2014-15-16-17 Belson, Marty — 1986 (Manager) Belue, Benjamin—1978-79-80-81 (Capt) Bennett, Billy — 2000-01-02-03 Bennett, Brad — 1983-84 (Manager) Bennett, Daniel Paige — 1920-21 Bennett, Joseph — 1929 Bennett, Michael — 2011-12-13-14 Bennett, Roger — 1977-78 Bennett, Jr., Jasper Carl — 1930-31 Bennett, Jr., Joe J. — 1920-21-22-23 (Capt.) Bentley, Austin — 2014-15 (Mgr.) Bentley, Austin — 2016 (Mgr.) Benton, Gene — 1943 Benton, Phillip Todd — 1994-95 Berry, Illya Hiawatha — 1986-87-88-89 Berry, Jarrett — 2001-03 Betsill, Roy — 1959-60 Bierria, Terreal — 1999-2000-01 Billue, Josh — 2002 Bilyeu, Fred — 1950-51-52 Bingham, Greg — 2013 Biser, Mark — 1971-72 (Trainer) Bishop, Alan — 1956 Bissell, Hal — 1971-72 Black, Charles H. — 1898 Black, Dameron — 1904 Black, J.C. — 1892-93 Blackburn, Donald — 1960-61-62 (Alt. Capt.) Blackburn, Donnie — 1989 (Mgr.) Blackman, Lew - 1994 Blackmon, Joe W. — 1919-20

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Managers Luc Boulet Myers Clark Levi Coker Jaxon Croy Will Dasher Zach Herndon Jim McCarthy Cody McTeer Miller Melnikoff Josh Parrish Perry Sentell Jay Stowe Tucker Sutlive Baylor Terrell Mitchell Vernon Morgan White Clark Wiggins Daniel Wilson

Blakewood, James C. — 1979-80-81 Blalock, Stanley — 1984-85 Blanch, Wright B. — 1896 Blanchard, Elmer — 1961 Blankenship, Rodrigo — 2016-17 Blank, John Fletcher — 1985 (Mgr.) Blanton, Jr., Brooker — 1940 Blazevich, Jeb — 2014-15-16-17 Blount, Trey — 2017 Blue, Greg-2002-03-04-05 (Def. Capt.) Bobo, Timothy Owens — 1980-81-82 Bobo, Robert Michael — 1994-9596 (Capt.) - 97 (Capt.) Bodin, John — 2011 Bodine, Alvin — 1947-48-49 (Alt. Capt.) Boersig, Dave — 1976-77-78 Bogotay, Brandon — 2011 Bohannon, Brian Lloyd-1990-91-92-93 Boland, Joseph H. — 1927-28-29 (Capt.) Boland, Jr., Frank Kels —1924-25-26 Boler, Sylvester — 1973-74 Boling, Clint — 2007-08-09-10 Bond, Claude — 1948 (Asst. Trainer) Bond, Ed V. — 1897 Bond, John — 1933-34-35 (Co-Capt.) Boney, Sam M. — 1921-22 Born, Wade H. — 1895 Boshears, Buster—1964, 1966 (Asst. Tr.) Bostwick, Henry G. — 1908-09 Bostwick, Hugh — 1908-09 (Capt.) Boswell, Steve - 1983-84-85-86 (Def. Capt) Bouchillon, Keith — 1979-80 Boulet, Luc — 2017 (Mgr.) Bouley, Laurent — 1944-45 Bowden, Timon D. — 1910-11-12 Bowen, Marcus — 1966 Bowen, Michael — 1987 Bower, John D. — 1902-03 Bowers, Brian Ward — 1990 Bowers, Nelson — 1966 (Tr) 1967 (Mgr.) Bowie, Larry Darnell, Jr. — 1994-95 Bowles, Jessie G. — 1944 Bowman, Devin — 2012-13-14 Box, Aaron — 1957-58-59 Box, Gary (Butch) — 1973-74-75-76 Boyd, Benjamin - 2006-07-08 Boyd, Benny — 1962-63 Boyd, Mike — 1968-69 (Manager) Boyd, Sterling — 1993 Boyd, Willard — 1942 Boykin, Brandon — 2008-09-10-11 Boykin, Richard — 1961-62-63 Boynton, Rooks — 1961 Bracco, Nicholas — 1957-58 Brackett, Neal — 1984 (Trainer) Bradberry, George — 1944-46-47-48 Bradberry, Taylor — 2011-12 Bradley, Richard — 1959 Bradley, Rolando Tangier - 1997-98 Bradshaw, William — 1947-48-49-50 Bramlett, Randy — 1975

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all-time lettermen Brandon, Collin Vincent-Roy — 1991 Brannen, Jim — 1976-77-79 (Trainer) Brannen, Millard — 1968 Brannon, Mike—1992-93 (Trainer) Brannon, Robert — 2000-01-02-03 Brantley, John P. — 1984-85-86-87 (Def. Capt.) Brantley, Wayne — 1963-64-65 Brasher, Larry — 1968-69-70 Braswell, Kim — 1970-71-72 Braswell, Matt — 1976-77-78-79 Braswell, Stewart - 1991 (Manager) Bratkowski, Edmund (Zeke) —1951-5253 (Capt.) Bratton, Edgar — 1943 Braue, Stephen — 2009 Bray, Mell — 1941-46 Bray, Ralph — 1965 Breedlove, Kevin —1999-2000-01-02 Brewer, George Bernard — 1989 Brice, Billy — 1968-70-71 Brice, Frank — 1972-73 Bridges, Stacy Kyle — 1985 (Trainer) Bright, Timothy Gregory - 1994-95-96-97 Brinson, Michael D. — 1983-84 Briscoe, Juwuan — 2015-16 Britt, Charles William — 1957-58-59 Broadnax, John E. — 1926-27 Broadnax, O. Sam — 1931 (Manager) Broadway, James M. — 1980-81-82 Brock, Josh - 2002-03, 05 Brookins, Tate—1992-93 (Manager) Brookins, Tripp — 1989 (Manager) Brooks, Steve — 1977 Broom, Christopher Hase — 1988-89-90 Broun, Taylor — 2003 (Video) Brown, Benjamin - 2007 Brown, Bradley – 2016 (Mgr.) Brown, Chris - 2005 Brown, David — 1960 Brown, Frederick “Flying”-1958-59-60 Brown, Henry C. — 1892-93 Brown, James — 1954-55-56 Brown, James A. — 1979-81-82-83 Brown, John C.— 1932-33-34 Brown, John A. — 1903-04-06 Brown, Johnny Sirril — 1999-2000 Brown, Johnny Louis — 1945-46 Brown, Kevin Dewitt-1986-87-88-89 Brown, Keyon — 2017 Brown, Larry — 1984-85-86 Brown, Larry Randall — 1987 Brown, Larry Lovett - 1995-96-97-98 Brown, Lloyd D. — 1911 (Mgr.) Brown, Marlon —2009-10-11-12 Brown, Michael Stuart — 1985-86-87 Brown, Ramarcus — 2006-2007-08 Brown, Reggie— 2000-02-03-04 (Off. Capt.) Brown, Willis Norris — 1979-80-81-82 Brown, Sam — 1932-33 Brown, Steve — 1968-69 Brown, Thomas-2004-05-06-07 (Off. Capt.) Brown, Tyler — 2012-13-14 (Mgr.) Brown, William Wedford — 1906 Brown, Woodrow, 1939-40 Browning, Tyson — 2003-04-05 Brownholtz, Scott K. - 1993-94 Broyles, Edwin N. — 1912-13 Broyles, N.A. — 1919 Bruce, Milton — 1971-72-73 Brunson, Billy — 2006-07-08 (Mgr.) Brunson, Bob — 2008-09-10-11 (Mgr) Brunson, Lewis — 1947-48-49-50 Bryan, Kenneth M. — 1984 Bryan, Jr., William — 1944 Bryant, A.J. - 2006-07 Bryant, Decory — 2000-01-02-03 Bryant, Stephen H. — 1979-80-81 (Tr.) Bryant, Vernon H. — 1928 Buckler, Alonzo M. — 1980-81 Bulloch, Cyprian — 1965 Burgamy, Jr., Jeff — 1950-51 Burke, Fred — 1943 Burkhalter, Edward — 1956 Burgett, Chris - 2003-04-05

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Burnett, Cap — 1999-2000-02 Burnett, Doug — 1971-72 Burnette, Chris— 2011-12-13 Burns, Bob — 1971-72-73 (Capt.) Burns, Sam — 1970 (Off. Capt.) Burroughs, G. Mack — 1984-85-86-87 Burroughs, Steve — 1983 Burson, Joseph — 1962-64-65 Burson, Zach —2009-10-11-12 (Mgr) Burt, Will — 1940-41 Burt, William — 1953 Burton, Kevin - 2007-08-09-10 (Mgr) Bush, Jackson — 1946-47-48 Bush, Marion — 1956 Butler, Carlo Durane- 1990, 1992-93 Butler, Curry — 1977-78 (Mgr.) Butler, Drew — 2009-10-11 Butler, George P. —1892-93 (Capt) -94 (Capt) Butler, Jacob J. — 1922-23-24-25 Butler, Kevin G-1981-82-83-84(Spec. Capt.) Buttolph, Jr., Lyman — 1943(Mgr.) Byars, Charles — 1956 Bynum, Alden — 2016-17 Byrd, C.J. - 2005-06-07-08 Byrd, Derrick M. - 1993, 1995-96-97 Byrd, Gregg — 1970 *Honorary Byrd, Henry — 1943 Byrd, Wayne — 1967-68-69 Byus, Harry “Trey”—1988-89-90-91 (Tr.)

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Cagle, Jim — 1971-72-73 (Def. Capt) Caldwell, John — 1967-68 Calhoun, Andrew — 1901 Callaway, Nick- 1998-99 Callaway, Tim — 1967-68-69 Calloway, Selma W. - 1994-95-96-97Camp, Drew — 1998 Camp, John — 1978 (Manager) Camp, Preston — 1971 (Manager) Campagna, James — 1952-53-54 Campbell, Corey - 2011-13 Campbell, John — 1952 Campbell, Johnny — 1969-70 Campbell, Kevin B. - 1995 (Trainer) Campbell, Marion — 1949-50-51 (Alt. Capt.) Campbell, Robert L. — 1990 (Mgr.) Campbell, Scott — 1983 Campbell, Jr., William Harold — 1919-20 Cancel, Jason (Manager) - 1994 Candler, Asa — 1934-35-36 Cantrell, Gary — 1983-84 Capella, Luis - 2012 Caprara, Anthony — 1951-52 Carden, Joel — 1963 Carley, Brandon - 2003 Carpenter, Cris Howell — 1985-86 Carrollton, William — 1954-55 Carson, Johnny — 1950-52-53 Carswell, Charles Edward — 1988-90-91 (Spec.Teams Captain) Carter, Ed V. — 1909 Carter, Lorenzo — 2014-15-16-17 Carter, Michail — 2016-17 Carter, Millard Filmore - 1939 Carter, Quincy — 1998-99-2000 Carter, Reggie — 2013-14-16-17 Carter, Rusty — 1971-72 Carver, Dale K. — 1979-80-81-82 (Def. Capt.) Case, Ronald Lee (Pete) —1959-60-61 (Capt.) Case, Timothy, R — 1980-81-82 Case, Jr., Clifford — 1960 Casey, J. V. ‘‘Sonny’’ — 1957 Cassada, Raleigh — 2016 (Mgr.) Castronis, Mike J. — 1943 (Capt.) 44 (Alt. Capt.), 45 Catalina, Tyler — 2016 Cate, Vassa — 1937-38-39 (Capt.) Causey, Paul L. — 1936 Cavan, Mike — 1968-69-70 Cavan, Jr., James — 1936-37 Cawthon, Mike — 1971 Cescutti, Brad — 1974-75-76 Chadwick, Andrew Simon — 1992 Chafin, Charles Steve — 1982

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Collins, Odell — 1995-96 Collins, Pat — 1977-78-79 (Off. Capt.) Comeau, Chris —2009 Comfort, Joseph — 1955-56-57 Commings, Sanders —2009-10-11-12 Cone, James — 1960-61 Coney, Eric Eugene — 1990-91 Conger, Melvin — 1941 Conklin, Hughbert William —1910-11-12-13 Conn, Dick — 1971-72-73 Conley, Chris — 2011-12-13-14 Connally, Joe — 1948 Connally, Joe Brown — 1895-1896 Connan, Mandy (Trainer) — 1994 Conyers, James Bennett - 1911-12-13-14-15 Cook, Buster — 1928 Cook, Candler — 2011 Cook, Fred Hills, Jr. — 1989 Cook, Harold Dean — 1953-56 Cook, Johnny — 1943-46 Cook, Malcolm — 1949-50-51 Cook, Randy — 1977-78-79 Cooley, James — 1964-65-66 Cooley, Michael — 1944-45-46-47 Cooper, Clenton — 1955-56-57 Cooper, William Anthony ‘‘Bill’ —1958 (Trainer) Cooper, William A. ‘‘Bull’’ —1931-32-33 Cooper, David — 1966 Cooper, Lawson - 1995 Cooper, Michael - 2003 Cooper, Rahmon Debray - 1996 Coram, Jay — 1978 (Trainer) Coram, John — 1977 (Trainer) Cordell, Lew — 1934 Cornelius, James — 1995 Costa, Jr., Leonard — 1940-41-42 Cothran, Walter S. — 1895-96 Couch, Tommy — 1969-70-71 Courson, John — 2017 Coutu, Brandon — 2004-05-06-07 (ST Capt) Covington, Dean — 1936 (Fin. Mgr.) Covington, Leon H. — 1910-12 Cowan, Zach — 1912 (Manager) Cowart, Ben —2009-10 (Video Mgr) Cox, Bryant — 1943 Cox, Charles — 1903-04-06 Cox, Harmon — 1898 Cox, Joe - 2006, 2009 Cox, John B. — 1909-10 Cox, Marvin — 1930 Cowins, Norman Louis — 1988-89 Craft, Lawrence — 1974-75-76 Crane, George S. — 1893 Crawford, Stanley — 1964-65-66 Crawford, Jr., James Ray — 1962-63-64 Crawford, Ricardo — 2009 Creamons, Joseph K. — 1979-80-81 Creech, Glenn — 1964-65 Creech, Glenn Eldon — 1986 Crenshaw, McCarthy — 1930-31 Creswell, Colter — 2015 Crisp, Dan — 1976 Croffie, Patrick - 2003 Croffie, Peter - 2005 (Video), 2007 Cronick, Andrew - 1996-97 Crook, Melvin — 1962-63 Crosby, Matt — 2006-07-08-09 (Mgr) Crouch, Joe — 1932 Crowder, Tae — 2017 Crowe, Timothy F. — 1979-80-81-82 (Def. Capt.) Crowell, Isaiah – 2011 Croy, Jaxon — 2017 (Mgr.) Crumley, Jonathon Steven —1985-86-87-88 Crump, Stephen A. — 1911-12-13 Crumpton, Ahkil — 2017 Cuff, Vance — 2007-08-09-10 Culpepper, Knox — 1954-55-56 (Capt.) Culpepper, W. Knox — 1981-82-83-84 (Capt.) Cumming, D.R. — 1909 Cummings, David — 1959 Cunard, Vernon — 1958 Curington, Jim — 1971-72-73 Curran, Jack — 1924-25-26 Curran, Rennie — 2007-08-09 Curry, Kentrell — 2000-01-02-03 Curtis, Roy — 1981 Cushenberry, Anthony —1954-55-56

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Daniel, Lee — 1967-68-69 (Def. Capt.) Daniels, Juan D. — 1993-94-95-96 Daniels, Phillip-1992-93-94-95 (Def. Capt.) Dantzler, Danny — 1971-72-73 Dantzler, Watts — 2013-14 Darby, Billy — 1968-69-70 (Def. Capt.) Darden, Joel — 1962-63-64 Dasher, Will — 2015-17 (Mgr.) Daugherty, Jim S. — 1895 David, Drew Daniel—1991-92-93-94 (Spec. Teams Captain) David, William — 1932-33 Davidson, John — 1929-30 Davis, Aaron — 2014-15-16-17 Davis, B — 1908-1909 Davis, Brent — 1996 Davis, Chris — 2007-08-09-10 Davis, Dan — 1960 Davis, Doug — 1998-99 Davis, Edward H. — 1930 Davis, Glenn — 1968-69 Davis, Hal — 1958 Davis, Hinton — 1959-60 Davis, J.B. — 1955-56-57 (Captain) Davis, James — 2015 Davis, John — 1936-37 Davis, Jordan — 2016-17 Davis, Josh — 2008-09-10 Davis, Ken — 1963-64-65 Davis, Lamar — 1940-41-42 Davis, Louis Seaborn — 1915 Davis, Mitchell Lestron —1990-91-9293 (Def. Capt.) Davis, Paul Jack - 1965-66 (Off. Capt.) Davis, Quentin A. — 1996-97-98-99 Davis, R. Cooper — 1909 Davis, Reggie — 2013-14-15-16 Davis, Ryan - 2001-02 Davis, Steve — 1974-75-76 Davis, Terrell Lamar — 1992-93-94 Davis, Thomas - 2002-03-04 (Spec. Teams Capt.) Davis, Van — 1940-41-42 Davis, Wallace Ryan — 1999-2002 Davis, West — 2013 (Manager) Davis, William M. — 1900 (Manager) Davison, Bill — 2016 (Manager) Dawson, Josh — 2012-13-14-15 Dawson, Sheldon — 2012-13 Day, A.M. — 1919-20 (Capt.) 1921 Day, T. Roosevelt — 1923-24 Dean, Charlie — 1981-82-83 Dean, Sidney — 1901 Deas, Marc — 2011-12-13 Deavers, Clayton — 1944-46-47 DeBell, Zach — 2014 Decarlo, Jr., Arthur — 1950-51-52 Decharleroy, Abert — 1938 DeFoor, Russell Baxter — 1988-89-90-91 DeGenova, John — 2005 DeGenova, Matt — 2011 Delaperriere, Arthur L.—1911-12-13 Delaperriere, Herman P. — 1905-06-07-08 (Capt.) DeLaureal, Jonathan — 08 Deleski, Gerald — 1945-46 Dellinger, Robert — 1952 DeLoach, James – 2012-13-14-15 Demersseman, Paul — 1975 Demos, George — 1970 Dennard, Anthony — 1964-65-66 Denney, Jimmy — 1964-65 Dennis, Sawyer — 2011-12-13-14 (Mgr) Dennis, Steve — 1976-77-78 (Def. Capt.) Dent, Akeem — 2007-08-09-10 Dent, Clay - 2007-08-09-10 (Manager) Denyer, Richard — 1977 Derrick, Claude — 1908 Dewberry, Darius - 2006-07-08-09 Dewitt, Ashley (Tr.) — 1989-90 Dezendorf, E.H. — 1915-1916 Dicharry, Ray — 1970 Dickens, Marion — 1929-30-31

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Dickens, Pete — 1963-64-65 Dickinson, Marvin D. — 1900-01-02 Dicks, Robert (Happy) — 1966-67-68 Dickson, Matt R. — 1995-96 Dilts, Douglas (Bucky) — 1974-75-76 Dipietro, Francis — 1951 Dixon, Timothy Micahel — 1985 Dixson, Dale — 2006 Dobbins, Thomas — 2016 (Manager) Dobbs, Demarcus — 2007-08-09-10 Dobbs, George — 1950-511 Donaldson, John — 1945-46-47-48 Donaldson, Ray — 1977-78-79 (Off. Capt.) Donnelly, William P. — 1916-17-18 Dooley, Stan — 1981-82-83 Dooley, Vincent Daniel — 1985 (Mgr.) Dooley, Vincent J.—1988 (honorary) Dorsey, Cam D. — 1900-01-02 Dorsey, Ed H. — 1913 Dorsey, W. — 1904 Dotson, Richard Andrew — 1986-87 Doubek, Richard F. — 1983 (Trainer) Douglas, Brendan — 2013-14-15-16 Douglas, Curtis Michael — 1988-89-91 Douglas, Demetrius — 1986-87-88-89 Downes, Jr., Austin — 1929-30-31 (Capt.) Dowtin, Marcus — 2008-09-10 Drayton, Keith Dewayne - 1995 Drew, Ray - 2011-12-13-14 Driskell, Kenneth D. — 1984 Dubignon, Charles — 1898 Dudish, Andrew — 1940-41-42 Dudley, Frank C. — 1927-28 Duke, John — 1948-49-50 Dukes, Ben — 2000 Dukes, David W. — 1984-85-86-87 Dukes, Leroy — 1962-63-64 Dukes, Jr., Henry — 1955-56-57 Dumbleton, Ken — 1970 Dupree, Joseph, Jr. — 1990 Dupriest, Bob — 1967-68 Durand, Robert — 1949-50 Durham, Kris - 2006-07-08, 10 Dye, Nat — 1956-57-58 (Alt. Capt.) Dye, Patrick — 1958-59-60 (Alt. Capt.) Dye, Jr., Wayne — 1954-55-56

E

Eades, Mark S. — 1988 (Trainer) Ealey, Washaun —2009-10 Earnest, Charles — 1951-52-53 Eason, Jacob —2016-17 Eaves, Charles — 1943-44-45 (Capt.) Eberhart, Robert — 1984 (Manager) Echols, W.R. — 1920 Edwards, Dan — 1944-45-46-47 (Capt.) Edwards, Robert L. - 1993-94, 96 (Capt.) -97 Edwards, Terrence J.—1999-00-01-02 Egins, Paul — 1986 (Trainer) Ehrhardt, Clyde — 1941-42 Eldredge, Knox — 1937-38-39 Elkins, Sylvester — 1979 Ellenson, Eugene — 1940-41-42 Ellerbe, Dannell - 2005-06-07-08 Elliott, Eric - 2010 Ellis, Alphonso — 1987-88-89-90 Ellspermann, Lenny — 1971-72 Elmore, Marquis - 2006 Elrod, Craig — 1966-68-69 Elsberry, Kent — 1989-90 (Trainer) Ely-Kelso, Gordon - 2003-04-05-06 (ST CoCapt) Engel, Wayne — 1965-66-67 England, Jon - 1997-98 Epperson, Rusty — 1967-68 Erdman, Michael — 2014 Erickson, Adam - 2012-13-14 Eskew, Sammy — 1970-71 Essex, Alex — 2017 Estes, A.B. — 1910 Estes, Roy E. — 1925-26-27 Etheridge, Paul William-1989-90-91-92 Etter, Robert — 1964-65-66 Eubank, Nathan B. — 1925-26 Eubanks, Preston — 1971-72 (Mgr.)

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Evans, Bryan - 2006-07-08-09 Evans, Damon -1989-90-91-92 Evans, Demetric - 1998-99-2000 Evans, Robert P. — 1966 Evans, Torrey Foster —1989-90-91-92 Evans, Vance — 1963-64-65 Everett, Thomas Bailey - 1996 Ewings, Landy — 1981 Exley, James W. - 1994 Ezelle, Percy P. — 1893

F

Faircloth, MacArthur — 1961-63-64 Fales, Charlie — 1976-77-78 Faloughi, Reuben - 2010-11-12 Farah, Freddy — 1960 Farish, James — 1951-52 Farmer, Steven — 1998 (Manager) Farnsworth, Rick — 1972-73 Farnsworth, Steve — 1967-68-69 Farriba, Mark — 1977 Farris, E. — 1906 Faulkner, Cameron — 2015 Faulkner, Darrell — 1975 Feagin, Jr., Robert Douglas —1929 (Mgr.) Feher, Nick — 1947-48-49-50 Fellows, Michael Scott-1989-90, 1992-93 Fender, W.B. — 1893 Fenteng, Shattle — 2016 Ferguson, Jason O. — 1995-96 (Capt.) Ferguson, J.P. — 1916-17-18 Ferguson, Robert Drew — 1973 (Mgr.) Fernandez, Vince — 1988 Ferrell, Fortune Chisolm — 1895 Fersen, Paul — 1970-71-72 Ferst, Frank W. — 1916 Fesperman, George T. — 1923 (Mgr.) Figgins, Bruce — 2007 Field, Patrick — 1948-49-50 Fields, Justin — 2008-09 Figgins, Bruce — 2008, 2010-11 Filipkowski, Chris — 1951-52 Filipovits, Edward — 1949-50-51 Finch, Jesse F., Jr. — 1989 Fincher, Robert Lee — 1989 Finnegan, B.E. — 1899 Fisher, Mike — 1978-79-80 Fitts, Sheldon — 1920 Fitzgerald, Hugh — 1904 Fitzpatrick, Henry — 1920 (Manager) Fitzpatrick, Littleton Hill—1908-09 (Mgr.) Flack, Anthony, T. — 1982-83-84-85 Fleming, Antonio M. — 1994-95-96-97 Fleming, Claude A. — 1893 Fleming, Paul L. — 1893-94 (Mgr.) Fleming, Ryan — 1998-99-2000-01 Fleming, Thomas Farrar — 1907 Fletcher, John — 1973 Fletcher, John H.—1921-22-23-24 (Capt.) Florence, Michael — 1983-84 (Mgr.) Flournoy, Walker R. — 1913 Flournoy-Smith, Ty - 2012 Flowers, Thomas — 2004-05, 2007 Floyd, Jay — 1983 Floyd, Leonard — 2013-14-15 Fogarty, Sean — 2017 Foran, Pat 1988-89-90-91 (Trainer) Forbes, Jr., Walter T. — 1925-26 Ford, Craig Davis - 1996 Ford, Glenn Thomas — 1994, 96-97-98 Ford, George — 1949-50 Ford, Peter — 2006-07-08 (Manager) Fordham, James — 1937-38-39 Forehand, Bill — 1972 Fortin, Turner — 2017 Forts, William B. — 1979-80-81-82 Foster, Clayton — 1984 Foster, George A. — 1999-2000-01-02 Fouch, Larry Earl, Jr. —1990-91-92-93 Fowler, Bo — 2007-08 Fowler, William — 1954-55 Fox, Glenn — 1953-54 (Manager) Fox, Lawrence, J. — 1916-17-18 Francis, Albert — 1957

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Francis, Rowdy — 2006 Franklin, Allen — 1997 (Video) Franklin, Brandon — 2005 (Video) Franklin, Neal — 1978 Franklin, Omer W. — 1909-10 (Capt.) Frate, Paul — 1983 Fredenburg, Michael Lewis — 1992 Freedman, Louis — 1976-77-78 Freeman, David — 1966-67 (Mgr.) Fricks, L.D. — 1892 Frier, Jr., W.R. — 1923 Frisbie, Theodore — 1927-28-29 Frix, James M. — 1981-82 Frix, Trent — 2015-16-17 Frix, Ty —2009-10-11-12 Fromm, Jake — 2017 Fromm, Richard Friedrich — 1985-86 Fruehauf, Ben — 1953-54 Fulcher, Ray - 2006-07 (Manager) Furchgott, Charles M. — 1944-45

G

Gaillard, Lamont — 2016-17 Gaines, Turner P. — 1966 Galbreath, Robert — 1958 Galt, Gabe — 2003 Gamble, Darryl - 2007-08-09-10 Gammon, Von Albade (Richard)—1896-97 Gant, Ray - 2003-04-05-06 Gantt, Bryant Keith — 1989-90 Ganus, Jake — 2015 (Def. Capt.) Garasic, George — 1943 Gardiner, Jr., James — 1931 Garmany, W.W. — 1914-15-17-18 Garrard, Robert — 1952-53-54-55 (Capt.) Garrard, William T. — 1914-15 Garrett, Danny — 1964 (Asst. Tr.) Garrett, Mike — 1977-78-79 Garrett, Thomas — 1960 (Trainer) Gartrell, T.J. - 2005, 2007 Gary, Cleveland — 1984 Gary, Damien — 2000-01-02-03 Gary, Olandis — 1997-98 (Capt.) Gaston, Jr., Marion — 1932-33 Gatchell, Roy — 1935-36 Gates, Kenarious — 2010-11-12-13 Gates, Steven Donald — 1992 Gatewood, James — 1947 Gaunder, Chris - 2006-07 Gazaway, Wright - 2013 Gearreld, William P. — 1894 Geathers, Kwame — 2010-11-12 Geathers, Robert — 2001-02-03 Geiger, Adam - 1985 George, Carl — 1947-48 Geri, Joseph — 1946-47-48 Germany Howard — 1976-77 (Mgr.) Gerson, Joe — 1938 (Manager) Ghedine, Scott J. — 1993 Ghertner, Andy — 1964 (Manager) Gibbs, Bobby — 1973-74 Gibbs, DeAngelo — 2017 Gibson, Demetrius (Manager) — 1994 Gibson, Fred — 2001-02-03-04 Gibson, Quinton Lamar—1944 (Mgr.) Gilbert, Antonio Clifford — 1999 Gilbert Brad — 1997 (Manager), 1999 Gilbert, Freddie G. —1980-81-82-83 (Capt.) Gilbert, Brad (Mgr) — 2000 Gilbert, Paul — 1967-69-70 Gilbert, Tony — 2000-01-02 Gilbert, William — 1958 Giles, Johnny Paul — 1985-86-87-88 Gilliard, Michael — 2010-11-12 Gillespie, Billy — 1973-74 (Trainer) Gillespie, B. Russell — 1984 Gillespie, Marvin — 1936-37-38 (Alt. Capt.) Gillespie, Richard — 2015 Gilliam Mike — 2001, 2003-04-05 (Spec. Teams Capt.) Gilliam, Rosey — 1977 Gillis, Neal L. — 1915 (Manager) Gilmore, Lloyd — 1930-31 Glass, John — 1964-65

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all-time lettermen Glenn, Cordy — 2008-09-10-11 Gloer, Chad — 2008-09-10 Glover, Gary — 1960 Goddard, Charles Odell — 1987 Godfrey, David Aaron — 1959-60-61 Godfrey, Randall E. - 1992-93-94-95 Godwin, William — 1941-42 Godwin II, Terry — 2015-16-17 Goff, Ray — 1974-75-76 (Capt.) Goldberg, William Scott —1986-87-88-89 (Def. Capt.) Golden, Don — 1971-72-73 Golf, S.B. — 1899 Golston, Kedric —2002-03-04-05 (Def. Capt.) Gooding, T.H. — 1899 Goodman, Winfred — 1939-40-41 Goodman, Adrian Paul — 1995-96-97-98 Goodman, Demiko — 2006-07-08 Goodwin, Robert — 1977-78-79 Goolsby, Barry — 1986 (Tr.) Gordon, Alan Clyde — 1989 Gordon, Hugh — 1969-70 Gordon, Hugh H. — 1900 Gordon, James — 1945 Gordy, Leigh Ann — 1998 (trainer) Gouse, Ilyse, Lauren — 1996 Grace, David Dawayne — 1989-90 Graff, Joseph — 1953-54 Graham, Don — 1968-69 Graham, Hason Arron — 1992-93-94 (Off. Co-Capt.) Grant, Charles G. — 1999-2000-01 Grant, Joseph Arston — 1932-33-34 Grant, Orantes Laquay — 1996-97-98-99 Grant, Walter — 2017 Grant, William — 1950-51 Grate, Carl — 1940 Graves, Richard A. — 1906 Gray, Logan — 2008-09-10 Gray, Phillip N. — 1981 Gray, Daniel Warren — 1959 Gray, Warren D. — 1980-81-82-83 Grayson, Spencer M. — 1923 Green, A.J. — 2008-09-10 Green, Bobby — 1959-60-61 Green, DeJuan Jevar — 1999-2000 Green, Floyd — 1944 Green, J.J. — 2013 Green, Philip — 1962 Greene, Daniel T. — 1982 Greene David — 2001-02-03-04 (Capt.) Greene, Maurice — 1934-35-36 Greene, Mike — 1969-70-71 Greene, Robert E. — 1993 Greene, Thomas — 1939-40-41 Greenway, Brett - 1997 (Manager)-99 Greenway, Edward — 1949-50-51 Greer, Michael William — 1997-98-99 Greer, Robert — 1948-49-50 Greer, Steve — 1967-68-69 (Capt.) Griffin, John — 1967-69 Griffin, Tuck — 1903 Griffin, Jr., Gerald D. — 1952-53-54-55 Griffith, Donald C. — 1973 Griffith, Jim — 1975-76-77 Griffith, John — 1946 Griffith, Roy — 1908-10 Griffith, Jr., Byron — 1932-33-34 Griffith, Vernon — 1951-52 Griffith, William A. — 1973 Gross, Jacob — 2017 Grubbs, Clayton — 1955 Guest, Judson — 1979-81-82 (Mgr.) Guest, Mack — 1976-77-78 (Off. Capt.) Guest, Jr., C.B. — 1939-40 Guinn, Samuel — 2016 Guisler, George — 1957-58-59 Gulick, John — 1947-48 (Manager) Guly, Andrew — 08 Gunby, Cooper — 1974 Gunn, Earl — 1951-52 Gunnels, Riley — 1956-57-58 Gunnels, Sandy Crawford —1933-34 Gurley, John — 1973-74 Gurley, Todd — 2012-13-14

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Hague, Bobby — 1943 Haley, Bill — 1944 Haley, Eugene S. — 1927-28 Hall, Burl F. — 1915 Hall, Carson — 2017 Hall, James — 1934-35-36 (Co.-Capt.) Hall, Kip — 1991-93 (Trainer ) Hall, M. Pliny — 1895 (Manager) Hall, Merritt - 2012-13 Hall, Michael Keith — 1981 Hall, Orville Duane — 1915-17-18 Halliburton, Julian — 1939 (Manager) Halsey, A.O. — 1892 Halsey, Lindsley — 1893 (Capt.) 1894 Hamilton, Jakar — 2010 Hamilton Richard - 2001 (Manager) Hamilton, Tom — 1964 Hamilton, W. —1899 Hammond, Chris — 1971-72-73 Hampton, Donnie — 1967-68-69 Hampton, Rodney Craig — 1987-88-89 (Off. Capt.) Hamrick, Jim — 1930-31 Handmacher, Paul — 1966-67 Hansen, Brett Elliot — 1999 Hansen, George — 1957-58 Happe, III, Joseph H. — 1980-81 Harber, William — 1965-66 Hardin, Nat — 1936 Harden, Ben — 2010 Hardman Jr., Mecole —2016-17 Hardwick, Omari L. — 1995 Hardy, Wilson M. — 1901 Hargett, David Jerome — 1987-88-89-91 Hargrove, Lauren — 1950-51-52 Harmon, A.J. — 2010 Harmon, W. — 1902 Harmon, III, Harry-1934-35-36 (Co.Capt.) Harmon, Jr., Harry E. — 1906-07 Harmon, Stephen Michael —1986-87-88-89 Harper, Daniel — 2017 Harper, James Keller — 1919-20 Harper, Jeff — 1978-79-80 Harper, Jimmy — 1971-72-73 Harper, Jimmy L. — 1980-81-82-83 Harper, Jr., James — 1952-53-54-55 Harrell, James S. — 1981-82-83-84 Harrell, Ronnie Maurice-1991-92-93-94 Harris, Benjamin C. — 1995 Harris, Charles — 1954-55 Harris, Derrick Dewayne — 1988 Harris, Henderson — 1943 Harris, Henry — 1983-84-85-86 Harris, Jackson — 2015-16-17 Harris, Jeffrey Terris - 1996-97-98-99 Harris, Keith — 1972-73-74 (Capt.) Harris, Kenneth — 2005-06-07-08 Harris, Kevin G. — 1982-83-84 Harris, Robert (Chuck) — 1975-76 Harris, Roannie W. — 1981-82 Harrison, Arnold - 2001-02-03-04 Harrison, Clyde — 1951 Harrison, Glynn — 1973-74-75 (Capt.) Harrison, Norman — 1942 Harrow, Quintavious - 2011 Hartley, Hugh Vinson — 1920 Hartley, Richard — 1921 Harton, Brandon — 2011-13 Hartman, Kevin — 1973 Hartman, Jr., William —1935-36-37 (Capt.) Hartridge, Julian — 1905 Harvey-Clemons, Josh — 2012-13 Harvey, Willie Frank —1990-91-92-93 Hastings, Andre Orlando—1990-91-92 Hatcher, Herbert Clifford —1907-08-09-10 Hatcher, Samuel B. — 1906 Hatcher, William J. — 1925-26 Hauss, Leonard — 1961-62-63 Hawk, Jacob — 2009 (Video Mgr)

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2017 SEC Champions Hawkins-Muckle, DaQuan — 2015-16-17 Hay, Hafford — 1910 Hayes, Donald — 1965-66-67 Hayes, James T. — 1929 (Fin. Mgr.) Hayes, Verron Ulric — 1999 Hayes, Zach C. — 1923 (Manager) Haygood, Thomas — 1935-36-37 Haynes, Benjamin — 1998 (Manager) Haynes, Verron — 2000-01 (Capt.) Hazelhurst, William — 1932 Head, James C. — 1924 (Manager) Heard, Chuck — 1969-70-71 Hearin, Gerald — 1960 Hearn, Jr., William — 1956-57 Hearst, Gerard Garrison — 1990-91-92 Hebbard, Billy — 1971 (Manager) Hebron, Akeem — 2010 Hegedus, Charlie — 2016 Heidt, Jule — 1898 Helms, Ken — 1974-75-76 Henderson, Jamie — 1999-2000 Henderson, John G—1912-13-14-15 (Capt.) Henderson, Johnny — 1976-77 Henderson, Keith Pernell — 1985-86-88 Henderson, Mikey - 2005-2006-07 Henderson, Rudolph Melvin — 1988 Henderson, Terry — 1968 Henderson, William — 1946-47-48-49 Hendrix, Hugh — 1974-75-76 Hene, Doug — 1998 Henson, Jeff — 2006-07-08 Herlong, Grig — 1967 Herman, Ronald W. — 1984 Herndon, Steven Marshall - 1996-97-98-99 Herndon, Zach — 2017 (Mgr.) Herod, Austin — 2013 Herrera, Amarlo - 2011-12-13-14 (Def. Capt.) Herrien, Brian — 2016-17 Herring, Malik — 2017 Herron, William — 1958-59 Hertwig, Craig — 1972-73-74 (Off. Capt.) Herzwurm, Matthew — 2017 Hester, Dennis — 1971-72-73 Hester, Joseph M. — 1986-87-88-89 Hewatt, Carlyle — 1981-82-83-84 Hewitt, Chris — 2000-01-02 Hewlett, Samuel D. — 1899-1900 Heyward, George — 1902 (Manager) Hickey, James William — 1986-87 Hicks, Quayvon — 2012-13-14-15 Hiers, Jr., William Lee — 1944-45 Highsmith, E. Way — 1919-20 Hill, B. Harvey — 1928 Hill, Cliff — 1945 (Manager) Hill, J.M. — 1904 (Manager) Hill, Jack — 1950-51-52 Hill, Tim — 2017 Hillyer, George — 1892 (Manager) Hines, James Harris — 1996-97-98-99 Hipp, Jeff — 1978-79-80 (Def. Capt.) Hipps, Claude—1944-49-50-51 (Capt) Hirsch, D. — 1893 Hirsch, Harold, Sr. — 1900-01 Hirsch, Harold, Jr. — 1934 Hise, Earl — 1938 Hitchcock, William Edgar — 1912-13-14 Hlebovy, Gus — 1949-50 Hoage, Terrell L. — 1980-81-82-83 Hobbs, Homer — 1946-47-48 Hockaday, James E. — 1982-83-84-85 Hodge, Mark — 1976-77-78 (Off. Capt.) Hodges, Billy — 1944-46-47 Hodgson, Hutch — 1933 Hodgson, Morton Strahan — 1906 Hodgson, Pat — 1963-64-65 Hodgson, Winston — 1938 Hogan, Andy — 2000-01 Hogan, Hank — 1973 Hoke, Eugene — 1903-04 Holden, Trahern — 2004, 2006 Holland, Randy — 1977 Holland, Ward — 1937 Hollander, Devin —2009 Holleman, Chad— 1998-99 Hollingshed, Adrian L. — 1997-98,2000-01 Hollingsworth, Joe — 1943 Hollis, Howell T. — 1924-25-26 Hollis, Albert II – 2005

Holloman, JJ — 2017 Holloway, Derrick - 2002 Holmes, Andre — 1983 Holmes, Mark — 1966-67 Holmes, John Paul, Jr. — 1960-61-62 Holt, Tom — 1972-73 Holton, Jimmy Bryant — 1983-84 Holyfield, Elijah — 2016-17 Honeycutt, Robert — 1970-71-72 (Capt.) Hood, Winford D. — 1981-82-83 Hooks, Robert G. — 1926-28 Hooten, Jake — 2004 Hope, Robert — 1976-77-78 Hopp, Clifford — 1948 Horne, Everett — 1940-41 Horne, Jr., John B. — 1934 Horton, Chuck -- 1975 Horton, Jr., Dwight — 1957 Houston, Justin — 2008-09-10 Houston, Kolton — 2013-14-15 Howard, Marcus — 2004-05-06-07 Howell, Cindy - 1997 (Trainer) Howell, William Walker —1928 (Fin. Mgr) Hubbard, Douglas Wayne — 1990 Hubert, Harold D. — 1995 (Trainer) Hudgins, Mark — 1985 (Trainer) Hudson, Harry — 1966 Hudson, Nat — 1978-79-80 (Off. Capt.) Hudson, Prather — 2017 Huff, Douglas — 1996 Huff, E. Olin — 1925-26-28 Huff, James Blanchard — 1898 Huff, John — 2015 Huggins, Ronnie — 1967-68-69 Hughes, Dennis — 1967-68-69 Hughes, Martin Dale — 1999 Hughes, Preston, IV — 1994 Hughes, Steve — 1939-40-41 Hughes, Turner Lynn — 1964-65-66 (Def. Capt) Hughes, Woody — 1999 Hull, Augustus Longstreet — 1900 Hummings, Sean — 1988, 89-90 Hunnicutt, Lynn — 1970-71-72- (Off Capt.) Hunnicutt, Oliver — 1937-38-39 Hunnicutt, William O. ‘‘Pat’’— 1962-64 Hunter, Brice H. — 1992-93-94-95 Hunter, Homer — 1910 Hunter, Marcus A. - 1995-96-97 Hurst, Marvin — 1963-64-65 Hurt, Jason Bryant — 1992-93 Hutchinson, A.G. — 1917-1918 Huzzie, Tracy Lamar — 1990 Hyde, Glenn — 1950-52

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Ingalsbe, Thomas Richard — 1989 Ingle, Wayne — 1965-66-67 Ingram, Johnny — 1967 Ingram, Kenley William — 1996-97 Inman, Daniel — 2003-04-05-06 Inman, Frank — 1978 (Honorary) Irvin, Corvey - 2007-08 (Def. Capt) Ivester, Kelly J. — 1995 (Manager) Ivey, William — 1960-61-62

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Jackson, Alex Stillman —1999-00-01-02 Jackson, Alfonza — 1989-90-91-92 Jackson, Bertrand F. (Tron) —1982-83-84-85 Jackson, Gregory — 1989-90-91-92 (Def. team Capt.) Jackson, James O. — 1984-85-86-87 Jackson, Jarvis — 2003-04-05-06 Jackson, Jerone — 1971-72-73 Jackson, Kevin R. — 1980-81-82 Jackson, Lee — 2003-04-05 Jackson, Marcus — 2003, 05 Jackson, Randy M. — 1984-88 Jackson, William — 1960 Jackson, Willie Kevin — 1985-86 Jackura, Joseph — 1944-47-48-49 Jacobs, David Lavar — 1999-00-01-02 Jacobs, Wes — 2008 Jacobson, Roy H.— 1927-28 (Co-Capt.)

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions James, Randy — 1979 James, Skip — 1980-81 (Trainer) Jamison, Joe — 1940 Janko, Morris — 1943 Jean-Gilles, Max - 2002-03-04-05 Off Capt.) Jeffrey, Al — 1945 Jenkins, David Lanorris — 1999 Jenkins, Donald — 1946 Jenkins, John - 2011-12 Jenkins, Jordan — 2012-13-14-15 (Def. Capt.) Jenkins, Ronald — 1965-66-67 Jennings, John — 1968-70-71 Jennings, Jonas — 1997-98-99-2000 Jennings, Tim — 2002-03-04-05 Jennings, Willie E., Jr. — 1990-91 Jenson, Andrew —2009 Jerman, Jerry Robert — 1993-94 Jernigan, George T. — 1943-44-45-46 Johnson, Andrew —2009 Johnson, Andy — 1971-72-73 Johnson, Arthur — 1988-89-90-91 (Mgr.) Johnson, Billy — 2011 Johnson, Brad — 1966-67-68 (Off. Capt.) Johnson, Chandler V. — 1994-95-96-97 Johnson, Charles — 2004-05-06 Johnson, Clayton — 2015 Johnson, Corey A — 1993-94-95-96 (Capt.) Johnson, E.F. — 1926 Johnson, Frank W. — 1933-34-35 Johnson, Glenn — 1934-35-36 Johnson, Howard — 1937-38-39 Johnson, Howard ‘‘Moose’’ — 1946-47 (Alt. Capt.) Johnson, Jason — 2006-07 Johnson, Jevaris Tobbar - 1997-98- 99-2000 Johnson, Keith — 1982-83-84-86 Johnson, Kelin — 2004-05-06-07 (Def. Capt) Johnson, Mark Brescia — 1997 Johnson, Michael — 1978 Johnson, Michael — 2001-02-03 Johnson, Randy—1973-74-75 (Off.Capt.) Johnson, Rico — 2014 Johnson, Rodney — 1974-75-76 Johnson, Roy — 1926 Johnson, Ryan — 2008-09-10-11 (Mgr) Johnson, Sandy — 1966-67 Johnson, Toby — 2013-14 Johnson, Travis Barry - 1996 Johnson, Wayne-1985-86-87-88 (Off. Capt.) Johnson, William Franklin — 1965 Johnson, Jr., H.F. — 1927-28 Jones, A.C. — 1897 Jones, Alvin — 1962 Jones, Abry —2009-10-11-12 Jones, Ben — 2008-09-10-11 Jones, Bryan T. — 1993-94-95-96 Jones, Burt — 2000-01-02 Jones, Danny — 1971-72-73 Jones, Daryll K. — 1981-82-83 Jones, E. William, Jr. — 1984-85-86-87 Jones, Jake — 1999 Jones, Jared — 1997 (Manager)-99-2000 Jones, Jarvis — 2011-12 Jones, Jesse — 2015 Jones, John — 1934-35-36 Jones, Lanice (Chuck) — 1980-81-82 Jones, Michael — 1990-91-92 Jones, Michael D. — 1980-81-82-83 Jones, Nick — 2003-04-05-06 (Co-Capt., Off. Capt) Jones, Patrick—1992 (Manager) Jones, Preston Wayne—1989-90-91-92 Jones, Raymond — 1971 Jones, Reshad — 2007-08-09 Jones, Robert —1967 (Mgr.), 1968 (Tr.) Jones, Robert P. — 1898 Jones, Sean — 2001-02-03 Jones, Spike — 1967-68-69 Jones, Travis Orlando — 1990-91-92,94 (Def. Capt.) Jones, Jr., Hurley — 1951-52 Jordan, Brian — 2002-03-04-05 Jordan, Blanford Eugene — 1987 Joselove, Ike — 1922-23-24 Judson, Ronald — 1958 (Manager) Junior, Charles S. — 1980-81-82

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Kain, Thomas G. — 1924-25-26 Kaiser, James Jeffrey — 1992, 1994 Kardian, Andrew Layne — 1997 Karempelis, Kyle — 2012-13-14 Kasay, John — 1965-66 Kasay, John David — 1987-88-89-90 (Spec. Teams Captain) Kavouklis, Mike — 1975-76 Kay, Clarence H. — 1980-81-82-83 Keith, Kendall — 1969-70-71 (Off. Capt.) Kelley, Gorden Bond — 1957-58-59 Kelley, Weddington — 1929-30-31 Kelly, Bob — 1978-79-80 Kelly, Howard — 1953-54 Kelly, Phil —1978-79 (Trainer) 1980 Kelly, Richard — 1960-62 Kelly, Steven E. — 1978-79-80-81 (Def. Capt.) Keltner, Jr., Greene — 1939-41 Kemp, Bruce — 1967-68-69 (Off. Capt.) Kendrick, Randall — 2000-01 Kennedy, Bob — 1977 Kent, William B. — 1894-95-96-97 (Capt.) Kersey, Jr., Ben — 1938 Kesler, George T. — 1979-81 Ketron, Grover C. — 1906 Ketron, Harold — 1901-02-03(Capt.), 06 Keuper, Kenneth — 1940-41-42 Key, Homer — 1931-32-33 Kight, Tony — 1976 Kilgo, Jonathan Paul — 1999-00-01-02 Killorin, Joseph Ignatius — 1894-95-1903-04 (Capt.) Kilpatrick, Martin E. — 1923-24-25 Kimbrough, Tim — 2013-14-15 Kimsey, Bucky — 1969 Kimsey, Cliff —1939-40-41 (Alt. Capt.) Kindley, Solomon — 2017 King, Caleb — 2008-09-10 King, Hardy — 1966-67 King, Horace — 1972-73-74 King, Lafayette — 1942 King, Norman — 1958 King, Tavarres — 2009-10-11-12 Kingsley, Stuart — 2006-07-08 (Mgr) Kinnebrew, Chuck — 1972-73-74 Kirouac, Brett Eric — 1999-00-01-02 Kirtsey, Torin Niangelo — 1996 Kitchens, Steve — 1969-70-71 Kluk, Paul — 1940 Knight, Ian — 2001-02 Knisely, Alex — 2014 (Video Mgr.) Knisely, Matthew Josesph — 1999 Knot, Wil — 2007 (Mgr.) Knowles, Jr., William — 1961-62-63 Knox, John — 2008 Koehler, William — 2004 Kohn, Larry — 1965-66-67 Kopp, Wynn — 1998 -99 Kotes, Harry — 1954 Krauth, Charles — 2006 Krug, Bill — 1975-76-77 Kublanow, Brandon — 2013-14-15-16 (Capt.) Kuniansky, Harry — 1941-42

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Lady, Porter — 2004 Laguins, Jaleel — 2016 Lake, Ricky — 1970-71-72 Lamar, Henry J. — 1899-1901 Lambe, Earnest — 1951 (Manager) Lambert, Greyson — 2015-16 Lammert, Steve — 1983-84 (Trainer) Lancaster, Robert Larry — 1958-59 Landry, Jr., John — 1960-61 Lane, Ben Lee — 1989 Lane, Fred — 1983-84-85-86 Lanford, Leroy C. — 1928 Langley, Brendon — 2013 Langley, Jr., Derwent—1950-52-53 (Alt. Capt.) Langley, Dwight Daxon — 1994-95-96-97 Lankewicz, Frank — 1962-63-64 Larkin, Clint — 1998, 2000-01

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Lastinger, Brad — 1986-87-88 (Mgr.) Lastinger, John A. — 1981-82-83 Latimer, John P. — 1943 Laurent, Andy — 1964 Lautzenhiser, Glenn — 1926-27-28 (Co. Capt.) LaValley, John — 2005 Law, Robert — 1934-35-36 Lawhorne, Tommy — 1965-66-67 (Def. Capt) Lawrence, Frederick — 1958-59-60 Lawrence, Kelley Kent — 1997 (Trainer) Lawrence, N. Kent — 1966-67-68 Layfield, Jimmy — 1967-68 Leath, Dennis — 1970 Leathers, Milton — 1929-30-31 Leavitt, Allan — 1973-74-75-76 LeCounte, Richard — 2017 Ledbetter, Danny Wayne — 1992-93 Ledford, Jonathan — 2016-17 Ledford, Jacob — 2012 (Mgr.) Ledford, Silas — 2013-14-15-16 (Mgr.) Ledsinger, Jr., Lewis — 1945 (Mgr.) Lee, Dallas — 2010-11-12-13 Lee, James — 1941-42 Lee, Richard Morgan — 1945 Lee, Ryals — 1942-45 Leebern, Donald — 1936 Leebern, Jr., Donald M. — 1957-58-59 Leffler, Lee R. — 1925-26 Legg, Will — 1973-74-76 Lenderman, Lee — 1970 Leroy, Emarlos— 1997-98 LeStrange, Kyle — 2016 Leusenring, Dan — 1980 Leverett,Jason — 1988 (Manager) Levie, Marshall C. — 1923-24-25 Lewis, Jeff — 1975-76-77 (Def. Capt.) Lewis, Jeremy —1998 Lewis, Jim — 1941 Lewis, Jimmy — 1986 (Trainer) Lewis, Jody — 1976-77 (Manager) Lewis, Keith — 1927 (Fin. Manager) Lewis, Mark — 1987-88 Lewis, Morris C. — 1987-88-89-90 (Def. Capt.) Lewis, Nathaniel — 1986-87 Lewis, Thomas H. — 1983 Lewis, Jr., Thomas — 1957-59 Lindsey, Jack R. — 1980-81-82 Lindsey, Kiefer — 1898-99 Lindley, Jamie — 2012 Lister, Jennifer Lynn — 1996 Little, John Steven — 1983-84-85-86 (Capt.) Little, Lisa — 1979 (Trainer) Littleton, Eugene — 1956-57-58 Lloyd, David — 1957-58 Lloyd, Mayfield — 1942 Locke, James — 1952 Lofton, Jr., Wilbur — 1955-56-57 Logan, Harry B. — 1913 Lokey, Tom — 1968 (Trainer), 1967 Lomax, Jeremy — 2006-07-08 Long, Austin — 2012 Long, Cary — 1977 Long, Hunter — 2014-15 Long, Marshall — 2016 Long, Thomas — 2016 Longo, Jermey — 2011 Lonon, Anthony Lovell — 1996-97 Loonam, Jack — 2014 Lopatka, Mike — 1969-70 Lorendo, Eugene — 1947-48-49 Lott, Derrick - 2011 Lott, Jeffrey S. — 1981 Lott, Stanley (Trainer) — 1988 Love, Armin Robert — 1995 Love, Henry — 1948-49 Love, Jordan — 2010-11 Lovejoy, R. Hatton — 1896 Lovelace, Wycliffe C. — 1984-85-86-88 (Def. Capt.) Lowe, Ben — 2000-01 Lowell, Josh —2009-10 (Video Mgr) Lowenthal, Pat — 1965 (Manager) Lowery, Bradley E.—1982-83-84 (Tr) Lowndes, J. Dozier — 1905-06 (Capt.) Loy, Andy J. — 1981-83-84-85 Lucas, Cicero — 1956-57-58

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Lucas, James E. — 1907-08-09 Lucas, W.M. — 1909-10-11-12 Luck, Jr., John — 1954-55-56 Luckey, J. Curtis — 1924-25-26 Luckie, Dustin Anderson — 1996-97-98-99 Luckie, Michael Elijah — 1996-97-98 Luckie, Miles Jon — 1997-98-99 Ludwig, Paul — 1932-33 Luke, John Robert — 1973 Lumpkin, Kregg — 2003, 2005-06-07 Lumpkin, Quinton — 1936-37-38 (Capt.) Lumpkin, Jr., Frank G — 1929-30 Lyles, Justin — 2007 Lynch, Arthur —2009-10-11-12-13 (Off. Co-Capt.) Lyndon, Ed — 1898 Lyons, Jeff — 2003 Lyons, Tommy — 1968-69-70 (Capt.)

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MacDonald, Alexander — 1956 MacDonald, James Jeffrey—1973 (Tr.) MacKenna, William — 1943-46 (Mgr.) Maddox, Arthur K. — 1908-09-10-11 Maddox, Ralph — 1930-31 Maddox, Raymond — 1961-62-63 Maddox, W.A. — 1935 (Gate Mgr.) Madison, Charles — 1952-53-54 Madray, Ashley — 1977-78-79 Madray, Jr., Clint — 1950-51 Maffett, Herbert S. — 1928-29-30 Maffett, Otis — 1935-36-37 Maginnis, Davis (Manager) — 1994 Magoni, Charles — 1950-51 Maguire, Walter — 1942 Maib, Donald Eugene, Jr.—1990-91-92 Makowski, Henry — 1951-52 Malcome, Ken — 2011-12 Mallard, Josh — 1998-99-2000-01 Malinowski, Francis — 1951-52-53 Malkiewicz, Mark — 1980 Malone, Kirby S. — 1911-12-13 Malone, Tom — 1939-40 Mangram, Tony — 1984-85 Manisera, Conrad — 1951-55 Mann, Larry LaFronce — 1996-97-98-99 Manning, Carl Edward — 1956-57-58 Manning, Elbert — 1983 Mantle, Justin — 2010-11-12-13 (Mgr) Mapp, Armand — 1924 Maricich, Jr., Eli — 1946-47-48-49 Marlow, Dan — 1980 Marshall, Arthur James —1988-89-91 Marshall, Cledious - 1996 Marshall, Earl — 1941 Marshall, Kareem — 2001-02 Marshall, Keith — 2012-13-14-15 Marshall, David — 2016 Marshall, Nick — 2011 Marshall, T. Whitfield—1992-93-94-95 (Capt.) Marshburn, Walter O. — 1906 (Mgr.) Martin, Frank — 1904 Martin, Joe B. — 1928 Martin, Tim — 1978 Mason, Hutson — 2010-11-13-14 (Off. Capt.) Massare, John — 1192-95 (Trainer) Massaquoi, Mohamed-2005-06-07-08 (Capt.) Mashburn, Mike — 1988-90-91 (Mgr.) Massey, Charles William — 1938-39 Massey, Jim — 1968-69-70 (Trainer) Mathis, Buddy — 1952 Matthews, Dooley — 1937-38-39 Matthews, Jack — 1940 Matthews, Tray — 2013 Mauger, Quincy — 2013-14-15-16 Maughon, Chris, — 1979-81-82 (Tr.) Maxey, Taylor — 2014 Maxwell, Kevin J. — 1988-89-90-91 Maxwell, Jr., Richard — 1932 Mayes, Chris — 2013-14-15 McAlister, Jay R. — 1982-83 McArthur, James — 1971-72 McAlister, Jay R. — 1982-83 McArthur, James — 1971-72 McBride, Nate — 2017

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all-time lettermen McBride, Ricky — 1975-76-77-78 (Def. Capt.) McBride, Walt — 1979 (Trainer) McCall, Kenneth — 1944-47-48-49 McCalla, James H. — 1900 McCarley, Jr., Hugh — 1948-49 McCarthy, Christopher A. —1979-80-81-82 McCarthy, Jim — 2017 (Mgr.) McCaskill, Alex — 1938-39 McCay, E.T. — 1905 McClain, C.M. — 1910 McClelland, James Franklin — 1956 McClelland, Jim — 1956 McClelland, W.F. — 1910 McClendon, Bryan — 2002-03-04-05 McClendon, J. Tyrone — 1986-87 McClendon, Willie — 1976-77-78 (Capt.) McClung, Jerry — 1950-51 McClure, Ardie — 1942 McClure, Andrew — 2007 (Manager) McCluskey, David — 1983-84-85-86 McConnell, Bright — 1915-16 McCormick, Matthew Locke—1988-89 McCoy, Mike — 1971 McCoy, Rodney Alfonzo — 1989-90-91-92 McCrainie, Christopher J.—1993-94-95-96 McCranie, Ken — 1979 McCrary, Herdis W. — 1926-27-28 McCrary, Josea Mark — 1986-88 McCullough, David — 1932-33-34 McCullough, Jim — 1967-68-69 McCullough, William — 1962-63 McCutcheon, C. D. — 1893 McCutchen, Fran Kelly—1899-00 (Capt.) McDonald, Alexander — 1954-55-56 McDonald, David — 1976-77 McDonald, John N. — 1905 McDonald, Lillard — 1954 McEachern, Brandon — 1997 (Manager) McEachern, John — 1960-62 McEwen, Brent — 1997 (Video) McFalls, Douglas—1963-64-65 (Capt.) McFather, Jim — 2008-09-10-11 (Mgr) McFerrin, Rob—1992-93 (Manager) McGhee, Tyrique — 2016-17 McGill, Curtis — 1967-68-69 McGill, Curt — 2000-01 (Off. Capt.) McGinnis, Mark — 1987 McGinty, Miles — 2017 McGinty, Wadsworth — 1937 (Mgr.) McGowan, Rhett — 2011-12-13 McGraw, Rico — 2015 McHugh, Jack — 1949 McInnis, Carter — 1997 (Mgr.) McIntire, Frank P. — 1902 McIntosh, John Houston — 1898-99 McIntyre, Guy — 1979-81-82-83 (Off. Capt.) McKenny, III, Charles J. — 1961 McKenny, William — 1959-60-61 McKenzie, Isaiah — 2014-15-16 McKever, S. Deshay —1992-93-94-95 McKinney, Lee — 1939 McKinnon, D.T. — 1913 McKinzey, Zeb — 2004-05-06 McKnight, David R. — 1966-68-69 McKnight, David W. — 1972-73-74 McKnight, John — 1933-34-35 (Co.-Capt.) McKnight, Larry — 1970-71 McLaws, W.H. — 1916 McLee, Kevin — 1975-76 (Off. Capt.) 1977 McManus, Fred — 1949-50 McMichael, Edward Howard—1916-17-18 McMichael, Randy M. —1999-2000-01 McMickens, Donnie — 1978-79-80 McPhee, Richard — 1941-42-46 McPipkin, Jim — 1971-72-73 McPipkin, Joe — 1972 McPipkin, Paul — 1969-71 McShea, Pat — 1978-79-80 McSwain, Keith — 1983 McTeer, Cody — 2015-16-17 (Mgr.) McTigue, Robert E. — 1926-27 McWhorter, Fonville — 1907 McWhorter, J. Vason — 1903 McWhorter, Mac— 1971-72-73 (Off. Capt.) McWhorter, R.B. — 1899 (Manager) McWhorter, Robert Ligon —1910-13 McWhorter, Thurmond — 1919-20

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McWhorter, William H. — 1965-66 McWhorter, Jr., J. Vason — 1930-31-32 (Capt.) Meadows, Jonathan A.-1993-94-95-96 (Capt.) Meatheringham, Michael — 1955-56-57 Meeks, Calvin — 1943 Melnikoff, Miller — 2014-15-16-17 (Mgr.) Merola, Michael — 1949-50 (Capt.) Messer, Matt — 1993 Messer, Paul J. — 1984-85 Methvin, Eugene — 1954 Michael, Jr., Max — 1934 (Fin. Mgr.) Michel, Sony — 2014-15-16 (Capt.)-17 (Capt.) Middlebrooks, G. Percy — 1895-96 Middleton, Keith — 1978-79-80 Milam, Ed — 1973 Miles, Robert — 1978-79-80 Millen, William Alexander —199192 (Permanent team capt) Miller, Bartley — 2002-03, 05 Miller, Brandon — 2004, 06-07 Miller, Brandon Raymon — 1996-97-98-99 Miller, Fred — 1930-31-32 Miller, James — 1941-42-45 (Alt. Capt.) Miller, Jesse — 1999 Miller, Mark — 1978-79-80 Miller, Prince — 2006-07-08-09 Miller, Rob—1992 (Trainer) Miller, Shaun — 2001 (Manager) Miller, Shawn — 1997 (Manager) Miller, Thomas — 1957 Miller, Wallace — 1903 (Manager) Miller, Warner Barker (Chip) -1974-75 Miller, Jr., Wallace — 1937 Millican, Brett W. — 1997-98-99-2000 Mills, C.G. — 1907 Mills, Doug — 1973-74 (Manager) Milner, Martrez - 2003-04-05-06 Milner, Thomas — 1935-37 Milo, Jim — 1977-78 Milton, Tony - 2002, 05 Mimbs, Brian - 2007-08 Mims, William — 1937-38-39 Minish, Bryan Shelnut - 1996 Minot, Al — 1933-34-35 Minter, DeMario — 2002-03-04-05 Mitchell, Danny — 1966-67 (Mgr.) Mitchell, Emmett — 1995 Mitchell, Frank R. — 1897 (Mgr.) Mitchell, George — 1954 Mitchell, G. William — 1982-83-84-85 Mitchell, LaBrone — 1998-99-2000-01 Mitchell, Malcom - 2011-12-14-15 (Off. Capt.) Mitchell, Mark — 1974-75-76 Mitchell, Marshall — 2011 Mitchell, Orry - 2008 (Video Mgr) Mitchell, Shannon Lamont — 1990-91-92-93 (Offensive Captain) Mixon, Billy — 1948-49-50 Monahan, Johnny — 1901-02 Monk, Marion S. — 1900-01 Montgomery, Adam — 1994 (Trainer) Montgomery, Jack — 1969-70 Montgomery, Keith — 1982-83 Montgomery, Lee — 1963 Montgomery, Willie, Jr. — 1991-92-93-94 Monti, Jr., Angelo — 1955-56 Moody, John Walker —1995 (Manager) Moody, Steve —1974 (Mgr) - 1976 (Head Manager) Moore, Jr., Andrew Cecil — 1923-24-25 Moore, Brian Kelly — 1990, 1992 Moore, Corey — 2011-12-13-14 Moore, Edwin M. — 1982-83 Moore, G.A. — 1903-04 Moore, Geoff — 2010 (Mgr) Moore, Jonathan Threatt — 1895-97 Moore, Kirby — 1965-66-67 (Capt.) Moore, Micheal — 2006-07-08-09 Moore, Nick — 2017 Moore, Ricky —1974-75 (Head Mgr) Moore, Steven George — 1990-91 Moore, Virlyn B. — 1903-04 Moore, W.W. — 1916-17-18 Moorehead, Leroy — 1932-33-35 Moran, Tommy — 1931 Moreno, H.C. — 1893-94 (Manager) Moreno, Knowshon — 2007-08

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2017 SEC Champions Morgan, Marshall — 2012-13-14-15 Morgan, Matt — 1997 (Manager) Morgan, Stephen L. — 1988 (Mgr) Morgan, Tyler — 2006 (Manager) Morocco, Anthony — 1949-50-51 Morris, Bobby G. — 1950-51 Morris, Fred — 1894-95 Morris, J. Robert — 1925-26-27 Morris, Warren Joel —1988 (Trainer) Morrison, Tim — 1977-78-79-80 Morton, George D. — 1924-25-26 (Capt.) Moseley, Jr., Reid — 1943-44-45-46 Moses, Quentin - 2003-04-05-06 (Def. Capt) Mosher, Stu — 1965-66-67 Moss, Gary — 1983-85-86 Mosteller, James — 1954-55-56 Mott, Kennon — 1919 Mott, Norman — 1930-31-32 Mrvos, Samuel — 1951-52-53 Mulherin, William — 1953-55 Mull, Curtiss Michael — 1987-88-89 Mullis, Mitch — 1979 Mulvehill, Richard — 1922 Munn, Edmund K. — 1919 Munzenmaier, Fred — 2008-09-10 Murphey, Eugene F. — 1893 Murray, Aaron — 2010-11-12-13 (Off. Co-Capt.) Murray, Jesse — 1976-77 Murray, W. Mercer — 1921 Muschamp, William Larry — 1991-92-93-94 (Def. Co.-Capt.)

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Nall, Hugh — 1977-78-79-80 Nalley, Rufus B. — 1892-93-94-95-96 Napier, James — 1907-09 Nash, Thomas C. — 1909 Nash, Tom — 1969-70-71 Nash, Tom A. — 1925-26-27 Nauta, Isaac — 2016 Neathery, Milton — 1976 Nelson, Curtis — 1939 Nelson, Tom — 1923-24-25 Nesbitt, Jason — 2000 Nestorak, Stan — 1947 Neuhaus, Steve — 1965-66 Neville, Walter E. — 1915-16-17-18 Newkirk, Duncan — 1964 Newmans, Cortney - 2010 Newsome, Erle T. — 1907-08 Newton, Lee — 1940 (Manager) Nickels, Casey —2009 Nix, Phillip — 2004 Nix, Sidney J. — 1901-02 Nix, Tommy — 1980 Nizialek, Cameron — 2017 Noblet, Jared — 2002 Nolan, Mario N. — 1993 Norley, Walt — 1983 Norman, Connor — 2012-13 (ST Capt.) Norris, Carnie — 1979-80-81-82 Norris, Ulysses — 1976-77-78 Norman, Connor — 2011 Northcutt, John R. — 1909 Norton, Christian —2009 Nowell, Jr., Robin — 1940 (Capt.) Nowicki, George — 1962-63-64 Nunley, Glen — 1956-58 Nunn, George A. — 1905 Nunnally, Jerry — 1941-42 Nutt, Jr., Fred — 1953-54

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O’Malley, Joseph — 1952-53-54 (Capt) O’Neal, Gregory — 1992-93 O’Neal III, Johnny — 2016 Oakes, Mike — 1970 Oberdorfer, Donald — 1919-20 Ogletree, Alec — 2010-11-12 Ogletree, Alexander — 2010-11-12 Ogletree, Carl — 1946

O’Keefe, Joseph — 2006 O’Keefe, Michael Francis — 1993 O’Leary, William T. — 1984-85 Oliver, Paul — 2004-05-06 Oliver, Jr. W. Maxwell — 1923 Opper, Charles — 1932-33-34 Orgel, Frank — 1959-60 Orr, Jr., James — 1955-56-57 Orrick, Chuck — 1979 (Trainer) Orris, Norman — 1952 Osbolt, Terry — 1966-68 Osborn, Cassius — 1984-85-86-87 (Spec. Team Capt.) Osborne, John P. — 1993 Outlar, Barry — 1970 Owens, James Eddie — 1992-93-94-95 Owens, Derek — 2010 Owens, Jeff — 2005-06-07, 2009 Owens, Johnathan — 2011 Owensby, Andrew — 2006 (Manager)

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Paddock, David F. — 1912-13-14 (Capt.),15 Page, Ralph — 1973 Paine, Leon A. (Tad) — 1916-17-18 Paine, Trav — 1968-69 Paine, Travers — 2000 Painter, David W. — 1980-81-82-83 Palmer, Chad (Mgr.) — 2000 Palmer, Henry G. — 1927-28 Palmer, Jason Glover — 1992-93 Paris, Thomas — 1929 Paris, Thomas Hanie, Jr.— 1958-59-60 Parker, Ernest Earl, Jr. — 1992 Parker, Thaddeus Terrell — 1997-98-99 Parkman, G. Kanon — 1991, 1993-94-95 Parks, Justin Brent — 1999 Parks, Tim — 1978-79-80 Parmenter, Matthew — 2015-16 (Mgr.) Parrish, Joel — 1974-75-76 Parrish, Joseph S. — 1909-11 Parrish, Josh — 2017 (Mgr.) Parrish, Malkom — 2014-15-16-17 Parsons, Alex — 2013 Parsons, Andrew — 2015 (Mgr.) Pascale, Donald — 1977 Pass, Patrick Deandrea - 1996-97-98-99 Passavant, Oscar W. — 1905 Passmore, Homer — 1940 Pate, Brady — 1997-98-99-2000 Patel, Harris — 1997 (Trainer) Patrick, Natrez — 2015-16-17 Patterson, James — 1929-30-31 Patterson, Mark E. — 1984 Patton, Charlie — 1933 (Manager) Patton, George — 1964-65-66 (Capt.) Paul, Jerry — 1973-74 Paulk, Jeffrey A. — 1980-81-82 Payne, Billy — 1966-67-68 Payne, Christian — 2015-16-17 Payne, Jimmy — 1978-79-80-81-82 Payne, Porter — 1946-47-48-49 Peacock, Albert — 1914 Peacock, David R. — 1910-11-12 (Capt.) Peacock, Howell B. — 1908-09 Pearce, Jr., C.C. — 1921 Pearson, Trent - 2010-11-12-13 (Mgr) Peeples, Terry — 1970 Pellock, Brett J. — 1993-94 Pennington, Huey — 1966-67-68 Pennington, Jr., Durward — 1959-60-61 Perez, Kevin — 2009 Perhach, Andrew — 1944-45-46-47 Perkins, John — 1953 Perkinson, Tom — 1933 Perl, Al — 1944 Perno, Lou — 1978-79-80 (Trainer) Perry, Bill — 1943 Perry, Lamar Jr. — 1993 Perry, Victor A. — 1984-85-86 Peterson, Joseph Todd — 1991-92 (Special Teams Capt.) Petree, Jr., Russell Reyno — 1915-16-17-18 Petrisko, Paul — 1976-77-78 Petty, Hinton — 1988 (Manager)

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions Pew, Jr., Authur — 1916-17-18-19 (Capt.) 1921 Phelps, Morris — 1941 Phillips, Barry — 1946-47-48 Phillips, Benjamin Carlso 1943-44-45 Phillips, Courtland — 1999-00-02 Phillips, Harry—1965 (Asst. Tr.) 1966 (Tr.) Phillips, Jermaine —1998-99-2000-01 (Spec. Team. Capt.) Phillips, Richard (Dickie) —1964-65-66 Phillips, Ross — 2012 (Mgr.) Phillips, Stephen Michael — 1999 Philpot, William K. — 1923 Pickett, Jason Marc — 1992 Pickett, Les — 1991 (Trainer) Pierce, Brooke — 1942 Pilcher, George — 1971-72 Pilgrim, Harold — 1954-56 Pillsbury, Kenneth — 1964-65-66 Pittman, Jr., Marvin — 1940 Pittman, Mitchell — 2007 Pitts, Suquorey (Nicky) — 1989 Pizzotti, Derek - 2008 (Video Mgr) Plant, Frank — 1945 Pledger, Charles Henderson-1991-92-93 Polak, Joe — 1942 Pollack, David - 2001-02-03-04 (Def. Capt.) Pollard, Al — 1974-75-76 Pomperoy, Edgar Erastus-1895-98 (Mgr.) Ponder, Ernest — 1978 Poole, Lee - 2006 (Manager) Poole, William — 2017 Pope, Clarence — 1973 Pope, Leonard - 2003-04-05 Pope, Thomas — 1945-47-48-49 Porter, John Hart — 1908 Porterfield, Donald — 1962-63-64 Poschner, George — 1940-41-42 Posey, Wyatt — 1939-40-41 Poss, Dexter C. — 1950-51-52 Poss, Robert — 1942 Poss, Jr., Bob — 1969-70-71 Post, Dan M. — 1922 Poulos, Jimmy — 1971-72-73 Powell, David James - 1994-95-96 Powell, John William — 1913-14-15 Powell, Tom N. — 1911-12 Power, John William - 1993 Powers, Henry — 1939-41 Price, Fred O. — 1894-95-96 Price, George W. — 1897 Price, Kirk — 1973-76 Prince, Carmon — 1976-77-78-79 Principe, Rocco — 1949-50-51 Pritchard, Thomas — 2016 Prosperi, Raymond — 1948-49-50 Pullen, Todd — 1983 (Manager) Purcell, Jones — 1913 Putnal, Rex — 1970-71-72 Putnam, I.M. — 1900 Pyburn, Jeff — 1976-77-78-79 Pyke, Greg — 2014-15-16

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Raber, Mike — 1975-76 Raber, Richard — 1949-50-51 Rabon, Christopher Matthew — 1995-96-97 Radar, Jason Randolph — 1999-2000 Radloff, Wayne R.— 1979-80-81-82 (Capt.) Ragan, James J. — 1905 (Mgr.) Ragsdale, Randolph — 1951-52 Rajecki, Peter — 1968-69-70 Rakestraw, Larry — 1961-62-63 Raley, Mario — 2002-03, 2005-06 Rambo, Bacarri — 2010-11-12 Ramsey, Brice — 2014-15-16-17 Ramsey, Jr., Carter — 1958-59 Randall, L.C. — 1921-22-23-24 Rankin, Ryne — 2013-14-15 (Spec. Team Capt.)-16 Ransom, Eugene M. — 1905-06 Ransom, Kojara Lamont — 1995 Raoul, Loring — 1904 Rauch, John — 1945-46-47 (Alt. Capt.), 1948 Ray, James — 1970-71-72 Redd, Lucas — 2013-14 Reed, J.R. — 2017 Reed, Robert — 1953

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Reedy, Amber - 2001 (Manager) Reid, Andy — 1973-74-75 Reid, Bernie —1944-47-48 (Co.-Capt.) Reid, Floyd — 1945-47-48-49 Reider, Ric — 1973-74 Register, Bradley Clay — 1997-98-99 Render, Antonio — 1981 Renner, Zack — 2008-09 Reynolds, Ben — 2012 Reynolds, James Thomas —1917-18-19-21 Reynolds, Justin — 2001 Reynolds, Owen Gaston — 1916-17-18-19-1921 (Capt.)* Reynolds, Timothy B. — 1983 Rholetter, David — 1966-68 Rice-Jordan, Monty — 2017 Rich, Derek — 2010 Richards, Leander — 1937 Richardson, Dick — 1942 Richardson, Jake — 1982-83-84-85 Richardson, Sam L. — 1921-22-23 Richardson, William H. — 1952-53 Richwine, Sam - 1947 (Trainer) Richter, Frank — 1964-65-66 Ricketts, Richard (Manager) — 1990 Rickman, Brent — 2001 Ricks, Adam - 1997 (Trainer) Ridgway, Jennifer - 1997 (Trainer) Ridlehuber, Preston — 1963-64-65 Ridley, Jr., Frank M. — 1900-02 (Capt.) Ridley, Riley — 2016-17 Rigdon, John — 1916-17-18-19 Rinard, Patrick John — 1989 Ringwall, Richard — 1952 Riofski, Frank — 1942 Rissmiller, Raymond — 1962-63-64 Rissmiller, Scott Clifton — 1990-91-92 Ritchie, Andrew J. — 1899 (Capt.) Ritchie, Horace Bonar — 1902-03-04 Ritchie, William R. — 1898 Robbins, Gordon — 1973-74 Roberson, Terry Clayton — 1987 Roberts, Jack — 1929-30-31 Roberts, James — 1950-51-52 Roberts, James M. — 1927 (Mgr.) Roberts, Joe Wayne — 1952 Roberts, Laneair — 1954-55-56 (Alt. Capt.) Roberts, William — 1963 Roberts, Jr., James — 1958 Roberts, Steven Wade — 1991-92-93-94 Robertson, Julius Tyrone — 1999 Robich, Rich Christopher — 1997-98 Robeson, E.J. — 1909 Robson, L.S. — 1905 Robich, Richard — 1998 Robinson, Christian —2009-10-11-12 Robinson, Cory — 1997-98-99-2000 Robinson, Dennard — 1968 Robinson, Durell —2000 Robinson, Erik William — 1994-95 Robinson, Matt — 1974-75-76 Robinson, Mike — 1973-74 Robinson, Mixon — 1969-70-71 (Def. Capt.) Robinson, Rex — 1977-78-79-80 Robinson, Will (trainer) — 1994 Rocco, Patsy — 1949-50 Rochester, Julian — 2016-17 Roddenbery, Andy — 1935-36-37 Rodrique, Patrick — 1966-67-68 Rogers, Daniel Steve — 1991-92-93 Rogers, Danny — 1976-77-78-79 Rogers, Ernest P. — 1924-25-26 Rogers, Ronnie — 1967-69-70 Rogers, Steve — 1977 Roland, Billy — 1957-58-59 Roland, Dennis — 2002-03-04-05 Rome, Jay — 2102-13-14-15 Ros, Frank —1978-79-80 (Perm. Capt.) Rose, Frank D. — 1919 Rose, Robert — 1929-30-31 Rosenberg, Buzy — 1970-71-72 Rosenberg, William Thomas-1989-90-91, 1993 Ross, James Tyson — 1995 (Manager) Ross, Seth — 1997 (Manager)-99 Rossiter, Joseph A. — 1904 Rothe, E.S. — 1919 Rothstein, Bennie — 1927-28-29 Roundtree, Rashad — 2015-16

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Rouse, Walter D. — 1993-94 Rowland, Bradley — 2013-14-15-16 (Manager) Royston, Dustin — 2012 Ruark, Walter —1940-41-42 (Alt Capt.) Rucker, Lamar — 1900 Ruff, Calvin — 1983-84-85-86 Rumph, Jonathan — 2013-14 Russaw, Carver T. — 1987 Runyon, Thomas — 1962 Russell, Erk — 1981 (Honorary) Russell, Jay — 1978-79 Russell, John (Rusty) — 1973-74-75 Russell, Phillip — 1967-68-69 Rutland, James William — 1943-44 (Capt.) Rymer, Gary — 2004

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Saddrudin, Rahim — 2011-12-13-14 (Mgr) Sadler, Hazen Heyward, Jr. — 1989-90-91 Sadowski, Robert Troy —1985-86-87-88 Sage, Dan Y. — 1904-05 (Capt.) 1906 Sailors, Blake — 2010-11-12-13 Sailors, Josh — 2010 Salerno, Frank V.—1950-51-52 (Alt. Capt.) Salisbury, Robert — 1937-38-39 Sam, David — 1977-78-79 (Manager) Sampson, Bill — 1967 Samuel, Richard — 2008-09, 11-12 Sanchez, Jeff R. — 1982-84 Sanchez, William — 2009-10-11-12 (Mgr) Sancken, George A. — 1910-11-12 Sanders, Carl E. — 1945 Sanders, Dominick — 2014-15-16-17 Sanders, Jeff — 1974-75-76 Sanders, Robert — 1945 Sanderson, Fred — 1971 Sanderson, Ryan H. — 1993, 1995-96 Sanks, Jasper — 1998, 2000-01 Sapp, Theron — 1956-57-58 (Capt.) Sarver, Brandon — 2001 Saunders, Tom — 1974-75 Saussy, Stuart Hunter — 1991 Sawyer, Davis — 1978 Saye, David — 1968-69-70 Saye, Jake — 1960-61-62 Saye, William — 1953-54-55 Schoenbaum, Brian Scott—1999-2000 Schopen, Joseph — 1955 Schultez, Kenneth — 1956-57 Schnetzer, Ryan — 2003-04-05 Schwak, David —1973-74-75 (Def. Capt.) Scichilone, Joseph — 1950-51-52 Scott, Danny — 1968-69-70 (Mgr) Scott, Chris — 1993 (Manager) Scott, Jake — 1967-68 Scott, Lindsay—1978-79-80-81(Off.Capt.) Scott, Robert B. — 1907 Scott, Ros — 1988-89-90-91 (Mgr) Scott, Terry — 1961-62-63 Scott-Wesley, Justin — 2012-13-15 Seaborn, Louis — 1917-1918 Sealy, James — 1958 Sedlock, Robert — 1957 Sellers, Terry — 1965-66-67 Sellers, Weyman — 1945-46-47-48 (Co.-Capt.) Sentell, Perry — 2017 (Mgr.) Seward, William — 2016 Sewell, Ryan — 2005 Seyfred, Jonathan — 2003 (Manager) Seymour, Richard —1997-98-99-2000 Shackelford, George O. — 1893 Shackleford, Ken — 2004-05-06 Shaffer, Justin — 2017 Shamblin, Jackson — 1959-60 Shannon, Emory — 1898-1900 Sharpe, Randy — 1974 (Trainer) Shaw, Chris — 2003 Shaw, David — 1975-76 (Trainer) Shaw, Ken — 1968-69-70 Shea, Donald — 1953-54-55 (Alt. Capt.) Sheffield, Charles — 1964 (Manager) Sherlock, Cecil Wyman — 1925-26 Sherrer, Bobby — 1952

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Shi, Allen — 1933-34-35 Shiflett, Corey — 2012-13-14-15 (Manager) Shimkus, Dennis — 1960 Shirer, Jimmy — 1969-70-71 Shiver, III, Ivy — 1949-50 Shiver, Jr., Ivy M. — 1926-27 (Capt.) Shockley, D.J. — 2002, 04-05 (Capt.) Short, George — 1956 Sidberry H. William — 1913 Sills, Bruce — 1997-98 Simcox, Horace — 1899 Simmons, Dwayne Darnell—1990-91 (Def. Capt.) Simmons, Melvin — 1980-81-82-83 Simmons, Patrick Dewayne — 1988 Simmons, Tyler — 2016-17 Simon, Matthew — 1978-79-80-81 Simons, Walter — 1943 Simonton, Abner — 1939 Simpson, H. Lee (Tripp) 1981 Simpson, Marisa — 1994-95-96 Sims, Alandus D. — 1994-95-96 Sims, Dyshon — 2014-15-16-17 Sims, Kenneth — 1982-83-84-85 Singletary, Wilson Eugene — 1944 Singleton, Robert — 1997 Sinkwich, Frank—1940-41-42 (Capt.) Sipe, Robert Fred, III — 1994-95-96-97 Skipworth, George — 1944 Skipworth, James — 1939-40 (Capt.) Slater, J.F. — 1909-1910 Slaughter, William N. — 1959 Sleek, Steve — 1970-71-72 (Def. Capt) Smaha, Jiggy — 1967 Small, Tony — 1997-98 Smart, Kirby P — 1995-96-97-98(Capt) Smiley, Dalton — 2015 (Mgr.) Smiley, Julian — 1969-70 Smiley, Ronnie — 1972 Smith, Allen N. — 1925-26 Smith, Andre — 1983-84 Smith, Benjamin J. — 1987-88-89 (Capt.) Smith, Brian Stantley — 1995-96 Smith, Branden — 2009-10-11-12 Smith, Charles H. — 1943-44-45-46 (Alt. Capt.) Smith, Danny — 1970 Smith, Derrick Antwon —1992-93-94-95 Smith, Don — 1957 Smith, Garrison — 2010-11-12-13 (Def. Capt.) Smith, Henry Eugene — 1925-26-27 Smith, J.H. — 1928 Smith, Jamario - 2003, 2005 Smith, Jeffrey Alan — 1986 Smith, Jim — 1963-65 Smith, John — 1972 Smith, John Roy — 1913 Smith, Marcus L. — 1995-96 Smith, Marion — 1901-02 Smith, Marvin H. — 1965 Smith, Matt Jarmaine — 1995-96 Smith, Maurice — 2016 (Capt.) Smith, Mike — 1988 (Trainer) Smith, Miles Jason — 1985-86-87 Smith, Musa — 2000-01-02 Smith, Patrick — 1959-60-61 Smith, Paul — 1943 Smith, Quinton — 1957 Smith, Reginald — 1994-95-96-97 Smith, R. Kyle — 1905-06-07 (Capt.) Smith, Ronny Wendell — 1985-86-88 Smith, Roquan — 2015-16-17 (Capt.) Smith, Royce — 1969-70-71 (Capt.) Smith, Talbot F. — 1893 Smith, Terin— 1998-99-2000-01 Smith, Vern — 1972-73-74 Smith, Jr., Vernon — 1929-30-31 Smoak, Tommy — 1971-72 Snell, Jerry — 1964 Snellings, Paul — 1995-96-97-98 (Capt) Snider, Billy — 1952 Snider, Leonard — 1894-95 Snyder, Braxton — 2002 Soberdash, Donald — 1957-58-59 (Capt.) Souther, Ben — 2015 Southerland, Brannan — 2005-06-07-08 (Off. Capt) Sowell, Bryan (Trainer) — 1994 Spadafino, Leonard — 1954-55 Spain, Frank — 1894

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all-time lettermen Spain, J.W. — 1894-96 Spangler, Thomas E. — 1982 Speed, Ameer — 2017 Spellman, Vernon —2009 Spencer, Bill — 1976-77-78  (Trainer) Spicer, James P. — 1921 Spivey, Dan — 1972-73-74 Spooner, Johnny — 1956 St. John, Herbert — 1944-45-46-47 Stafford, Bradford Kinard — 1976 Stafford, Matthew — 2006-07-08 Stanfill, Bill — 1966-67-68 (Captain) Stanley, Jayson — 2016-17 Stapleton, Charles — 1974 Stargell, Guy — 1980 Stargill, Reggie—- 1997-98-99-2000 Stark, Troy Alan — 1992-93-94-95 Starnes, Mark — 1985 (Trainer) Staton, James Bradley — 1995 Steele, Michael D. — 1982 Steele, Michael James — 1989-90 Steele, Richard — 1949-50-51 Steely, Harold — 1964-65 Stegeman, John — 1939 Steiner, Godfrey — 1945 Stelling, H. Cree — 1927-28-29 Stephens, Jeffrey Allen — 1999 Stephens, Jock Alonzo — 1992 Stephens, Kim T.—1984-85-86-87 (Capt.) Stevens, Harry — 1936-38 Stewart, Jason — 1994 (Manager) Stewart, Kirby L. — 1984-85 Stewart, Mark — 1966-67-68 (Def. Capt.) Stewart, Ronnie — 1977-78-80-81 Stickel, Robert — 1999-2000 Stiles, George — 1892 Stinchcomb, Jonathan — 1999-00-01-02 Stinchcomb, Matthew Douglas — 1995-9697-98 (Capt) Stines, Tanner — 2007-08-09 (Manager) Stinson, Les — 1973-74 Stipe, Jeremy —2009 (Video Mgr) Stoinoff, James M. — 1930 Stone, Craig — 1980-82 ( Manager) Story, Al — 1991 Storm, Matt — 1993-94 Stowe, Jay — 2017 (Mgr.) Straub, Karen — 1997 (Trainer) Strickland, Allan — 1946 (Manager) Strickland, Allan — 1973-74 (Mgr.) Strickland, Tanner — 2008, 2010 Stines, Tanner — 2006 (Manager) Striplin, Mike — 1974-75 Stripling, T.J. — 2011-12-13 Strong, Mack Carlington — 1989-90-91-92 (Off. Co.-Capt.) Strother, Jr., Clinton — 1942 Stroud, Marcus — 1997-98-99-2000 Stroud, Travis Mandell — 1994-95-96-97 Strozier, Wilbur—1983-84-85-86 (Off. Capt.) Strumke, William — 1956 Sturdivant, Trinton — 2007, 09-10-11 Stubbs, Herbert William —1893-94-95 (Capt.) Styles, Randy —1980-81-82 (Trainer) Styles, Ricky — 1975-76 (Trainer) Sulec, Jeremy - 2011 Sullivan, Arthur R. — 1903-04-05 Sullivan, Johnathan — 2000-01-02 Sullivan, Phil — 1969-70-71 Sullivan, Tyler — 2013 (Manager) Sullivan, Wendell — 1930-31 Swain, Darrius - 2002-03-04-05 Swan, Jack W. — 1989-90-91-92 (Off. Co.-Capt.) Swann, Damian — 2011-12-13-14 (Def. Capt.) Swanson, Ben — 1900 Swindle, Buck — 1968-69-70 Swinford, Gene — 1970-71-72 Swinford, Wayne — 1962-63-64 Swoopes, Ronnie—1974-75-76-77 (Def. Capt.)

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Talley, Gregory Tyson—1988-89-90-91 (Capt.) Talton, Chadwick Travis — 1997-98- 99-00 Tang, William — 1983-85 Tanner, Fred A. — 1919-20-21-22

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Tanner, Hampton — 1948-49-50 Tanner, Jody — 1983 (Manager) Tanner, Jr., Charles Mabry—1916 (Mgr.) Tanner, Russ — 2002-03-04-05 Tardits, Richard — 1985-86-87-88 Tarkenton, Francis—1958-59-60 (Capt.) Tarleton, Wendell — 1954-55-56 Tarpley, Ted (Manager) — 1990 Tarrer, Harold — 1966-67-68 Tassapoulas, Spero — 1929-30 Tate, C.B. — 1951 (Manager) Tate, E.B. — 1915-16-17-18 Tate, Lars J. — 1984-85-86-87 Taylor, Austin — 2012 (Mgr.) Taylor, Bob — 1963-64-65 Taylor, Jonathan — 2013 Taylor, Juwan — 2015-17 Taylor, Michael Renai, Jr. —1994-95-96 Taylor, N. James — 1920-22-23 Taylor, Nathaniel — 1979-80-81-82 Taylor, Paul Edward —1992-93-94-95 Taylor, Spafford — 1947-48 Taylor, Steve — 1972-73-74 Taylor, Tony - 2002-03, 2005-06 (Co-Capt) Taylor, Wayne — 1959-60-61 Teague, Taylor — 2013-14-15-16 (Manager) Teasley, Joe - 1995 Tedder, Stan — 1975 Teece, Charlie - 2006-07-08-09 (Mgr.) Teel, Kerry — 1968 Tellis, LeMonte Donzell —1987-88-90-91 Tench, Jake — 2013-14-15-16 (Manager) Tener, Matthew R. — 1988 Tereshinski, Joe — 1942-45-46 Tereshinski, Joe Peter — 1974-75-76 Tereshinski, Joe III - 2004-05-06 Tereshinski, Wally — 1976-77 Terrell, Baylor — 2017 (Mgr.) Terry, Christopher Alexander — 1995-96-9798 (Capt.) Terry, Gordon—1976-77-78-79 (Capt.) Terry, John — 1946 Terry, Tramel — 2014 Theus, John — 2012-13-14-15 (Capt.) Theus, Nathan — 2012-13-14-15 (ST Capt.) Tholetter, David — 1967 Thomas, Andrew — 2017 Thomas, Carroll — 1937-38 Thomas, Carlton - 2010-11 Thomas, Jeremy - 2003-04 Thomas, Jeffrey Carl - 1991-92-93-94 Thomas, John — 1974 Thomas, John — 1986-87-88 Thomason, James D. — 1922-23-24 Thompson, Albert — 1949-50 Thompson, Andy — 1999 Thompson, Billy Joe — 1957-58-59 Thompson, Brad — 1974-75 Thompson, Charlie E-1912-13-14-15 Thompson, Homer — 1910 Thompson, Horace Van — 1989 Thompson, Sanford “Smack” Thompson— 1921-22-24-25 (Capt.) Thompson, Ralph Cecil-1990-91, 1993 Thompson, Robert — 1975-76-77 Thompson, Jr., Thomas—1960 (Mgr.) Thompson, Trenton — 2015-16-17 Thompson, Will - 2001-02, 04-05 Thornhill, Thomas — 1959 Thornton, Bruce — 2000-01-02-03 Thornton, Michael Leon — 1992-93 Thornton, Mike - 2012-13-14 Thrash, Tom A.—1913-14-15-16 (Capt.) Thrasher, Babe — 1898 Thurman, Allen — 1906 Thurman, Odell - 2003-04 Thurson, Thomas N. — 1980-81-82-83 (Def. Capt.) Tibbs, Blake — 2014-15 Tichenor, W.R. — 1897 Tidmore, Ronnie — 1966-67 Tidmore, Steve — 1967 Tillitski, John — 1948-49-50 Tinsley, Jr., Elijah Pope —1935-36-37 Toburen, David (Trainer) — 1990 Todd, Jr., James — 1940-41-42 Tolbert, Brandon Scott-1994-95-96-97 Tomberlin, Donald — 1960

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2017 SEC Champions Toodle, Gene - 1993-94-95-96 (Capt.) Tootle, Marvin — 1965-66 Torbert, Regan — 2000 Towns, Forest — 1936-37 Towns, Kenneth — 2013-14-15-16 Towns, Kirby - 2000, 2002-03 Towns, Robert — 1957-58-59 Townsend, E.C. — 1931 Townsend, Glenn — 1976-77 (Mgr.) Traylor, I. Bothwell — 1935 (Mgr.) Traylor, Joseph A. (Trainer) — 1988 Treadaway, Charlie — 1934-35 Tremble, Greg Deshawn — 1992-93 Tremblay, Sean K. — 1995 Tripp, Kiante — 2008, 2010 Trippi, Charles — 1942-45-46 (Capt.) Trousdale, Louis C. (Mgr.) — 1941 Troutman, Walter — 1936-37 Troupe, Israel — 2008-09-10-11 Tsiklistas, Tony—1980-81-82 (Tr.) Tuburen, David (Tr.) — 1989 Tuck, Reuben M. — 1909 Tucker, Doug — 1967 Tucker, Mayo — 1969-70-71 Turbyville, Charlie — 1933 (Capt.) Turner, C. Lewis — 1906 Turner, Michael - 2005-06 Turner, Paul — 1913 Turner, Richard Thomas — 1990 Turner, William R. — 1901-02 Twitty, W.C. — 1903 Tyson, DeAngelo — 2008-09-10-11

U-V

Uga I — 1956-66 (honorary) Uga II — 1966-72 (honorary) Uga III — 1973-80 (honorary) Uga IV — 1981-89 (honorary) Uga V — 1990-99 (honorary) Uga VI — 1999-2008 (honorary) Uga VII — 2008-2009 (honorary) Uga VIII — 2010 (honorary) Uga IX — 2012-2014 (honorary) UGA X — 2015-17 (honorary) Ullrich, Andy — 1975 Underwood, Ridge — 2016 Usry, Mike — 1998 Van Buren, Robert — 1954 Van Dyk, Wes — 2011 Van Giesen, George — 1925-26 Vanairsdale, Sharon — 2001 (Mgr) Vance, Vince — 2007-08-09 Vandiver, J.H. — 1919-20-21-22 Vandiver, Jr., Sanford — 1936-37 Vann, Kenneth — 1960-61-62 Varble, Brad — 1984 (Manager) Varnado, Gerald — 1964-65-66 Vasser, Chase — 2010-11-12 Vavlas, Kosta — 2011-12-13-14 (Spec. Teams Capt.) Veal, Gene — 1978 Veal, Jason — 2011 Veal, Ken — 2000-01-02-03 Veazey, Charlton — 1953 (Trainer) Velasco, Fernando — 2003-04, 06-07 (Capt) Vella, Leonard — 1960-61 Verdun-Wheeler, Danny — 2003-04-05-06 Vernon, Mitchell — 2017 (Mgr.) Vickers, Jimmy—1957-58-59 (Alt. Capt.) Vickery, Farrar — 1942 Vincent, Kevin Mark — 1987 Vinesett, Travis—1956-57 (Alt. Capt.) Vollrath, Charles Gordon — 1992 Von Harten, Raymond Alan — 1990

W

Waddell, R. Spencer — 1932 (Mgr.) Wade, Todd — 1986 Wadley, Bubba — 1974 Wadley, L.R. — 1904 Wagnon, Henry — 1933-34-35 Wainwright, Robert S. — 1988 Walden, H.S. — 1897 Walden, P.H. — 1898 (Capt.) Walden, Robert — 1958-59-60-61

Walker, D’Andre — 2015-16 Walker, Herschel — 1980-81-82 (Off. Capt.) Walker, James — 1959 (Trainer) Walker, Joseph — 1986 (Mgr.) Walker, Reginald — 1986 Wall, J.T - 2001-02 Wallace, Michael A. — 1989 Wallace, Thomas M — 1991-92 Walsh, Blair — 2008-09-10-11 Walsh, Jr., William — 1950-51 Walston, Robert — 1947-48-49-50 Wansley, Tim — 1998-99-2000-01 (Def. Capt.) Ward, Damon Leon — 1991-92 Ward, Hines — 1994-95-96-97 Ward, Kelly—1992-93 (Trainer) Ward, Xzavier — 2012-14 Ware, Clay Alan — 1991 Ware, Danny — 2004-05-06 Ware, Larry —1988-89-90-91 (Off. Capt.) Warner, James Edward — 1991-92-93-94 Warner, Kirk — 1986-87-88-89 Warthen, Ralph — 1979 Washington, Andre Bernard — 1990 Washington, Cornelius—2009-10-11-12 Washington, Gene — 1973-74-75-76 Washington, Marcus —2005-06-07-08-09 Waters, Gregory Henry — 1983-84-85 (Alt. Capt.) Watkins, Herbert — 1976-77 Watkins, Newton — 1892-94 Watkins, William — 1956 Watson, Ben — 2001-02-03 Watson, Coleman — 2007 Watson, Dennis — 1969-70-71 Watson, Steve — 1971 Watson, Young L. — 1896-97 Watson, III, A.D. — 1961 Watt, Josh — 1975 Watts, Frank Alan — 1994-95 Watts. Seth — 2006 Waugh, Armin — 1929-30 Weaver, Michael L. — 1981-82-83-84 Weaver, Jr., Eddie — 1978-79-80-81 Webb, Mark — 2017 Webster, Terrie Lee — 1985-86-87-88 Weeks, David West — 1992-93-94-95 Weir, Jr., John Benson — 1908 Welch, Clarence — 1941 Welch, Parker — 2013 Welch, William Glenn — 2016 Wells, Don Ray — 1944 Wells, Evan — 2004 Wells, Wil — 2011-12-13-14 (Mgr) Welton, Chris — 1978-79-80 West, David A. — 1990 West, John — 1932-33-34 West, Larry — 1972-73-74 West, Robert — 1950-51-52 (Capt.) Weston, Kade — 2006-07-08-09 Westmoreland, Ralph — 1961 Wheatley, J.D. — 1905 Wheeler, Charles R. — 1965-66 Wheeler, Matthew Todd—1985-86-87-88 (Capt.) Wheeling, Brandon —2009 Whelchel, Hugh C.—1919-20-21-22 (Capt.) Whiddon, Clinton (Ken) — 1965-66 White, Aaron — 2008-09-11 White, Charles — 2010 Whire, Joseph — 1931 White, Derrick — 2002-03-04 White, Gene — 1951-52-53 White, George — 1966-67-68 White, J. Harry — 1956 White, Morgan — 2016-17 (Mgr.) White, Stephen — 2006 White, Steve — 1970-71-72 White, John Walter — 1953-54-55 Whitehead, J. Comer —1935 (Fin.Mgr.) Whitehead, James — 1962 Whitmire, Brook - 1989 Whittemore, Charles — 1968-69-70 (Off. Capt.) Whitton, George — 1956-58 Whitworth, Keith — 1973 Wiehrs, Charles F. — 1923-24 Wiggins, Clark — 2017 (Mgr.) Wiggins, Jermaine— 1997-98 Wiggins, Shaq — 2013 Wilfong, Walter — 1938-39 Wilhite, Charles — 1938

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all-time lettermen

2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions Wilkerson, Reggie — 2015-16 Wilkins, Roy — 1953-54-55-56 Williams, Andrew — 2004, 2007-08 (Spec. Teams Capt.) Williams, Bennie Bernard — 1990-91-921993 (Off. Capt.) Williams, Brandon — 2001 Williams, Charles H. — 1921 Williams, Clark — 2007 (Video Mgr) Williams, Dale — 1979-80-81 Williams, Dave E.— 1995-96-97-98 Williams, Desmond — 2003-04, 06 Williams, E. Scott — 1981-82-83-84 (Capt) (Off. Capt.) Williams, Garland — 1942-46 Williams, Greg — 1976-77-78 Williams, Gregory Alan —1985-86-87 Williams, Henry — 1984-85 Williams, Hugh — 2013 Williams, James — 1942 (Manager) Williams, Kelvin— 1998-99 Williams, Langdale — 1959-60-61 Williams, Marcus — 1993-94-95-96 Williams, Nick — 2008-09-10 Williams, Patrick — 2007 Williams, Rayfield — 1974-75-76 Williams, Ronald — 1952 Williams, Shakenneth — 2017 Williams, Shawn —2009-10-11-12 Williams, Todd D. — 1982-83-84-86 Williams, Jr., James — 1952-53-54-55 Williamson, Wallace — 1960-61-62

Willingham, Broadus E. — 1908 Willingham, Durward — 1932 (Fin. Mgr.) Willingham, N. — 1902 Willis, Gary — 1994 Willis, Michael W. — 1984-85 Wilson, Barry — 1962-63-65 Wilson, Ben — 2007 Wilson, Chad Larry — 1990-91-92-93 Wilson, Christopher Lee—1989-90-91-92 Wilson, Duane (Bubba) — 1973-74 Wilson, Gene E. — 1957 Wilson, Jarvis — 2015-16-17 Wilson, Jim — 1963-64 Wilson, Mark — 1974-75-76 Wilson, Mike — 1974-75-76 Wilson, Ramik — 2012-13-14 Wilson, Robert — 1974-75 Wilson, Steve — 1973-74-75 Wilson, Tommy — 2004 Wilson, Tony — 2007-08 Wilson, Troutman —1933 (Fin. Manager) Wimberly, Bruce — 1952-53 Wimberly, William H., Jr. (Mgr.)—1987 Wims, Javon — 2016-17 Wingate, Harry L. — 1915-16-17-18 Winsett, Gerald — 1963 Winship, Blanton — 1892 Wisdom, Chip — 1969-70-71 Wisham, James M. — 1982-83 Witherspoon, Will — 1998-99-2000-01 Witt, Tom — 1939-40 Woerner, Charlie — 2016-17 Woerner, Scott — 1977-78-79-80

Wolfe, David — 1972 Wolford, Randolph Glenn —1989-91 Wolfson, Louis — 1931 Womack, James — 1977-78-79-80 Womack Justin — 2001 Wood, Brandon — 2008-09-10 Wood, Jimmy Haralson, Sr.— 1968-69-70 Wood, Jimmy Haralson, Jr.- 1996 Wood, Sam W. — 1925 (Manager) Wood, William (Butch) — 1973-74 Woodall, Luke — 1926 Woodall, Woody — 1967-68 Woodruff, George C. —1907-08-101911 (Capt.) 1912 Woodruff, Harry Ernest — 1903-04 Woodruff, Joseph Grady — 1912 Woods, Billy — 1975-76-77 Woodward, Brigham — 1961-62-63 Woodward, Steve — 1966-67-68 Wooten, Rantavious — 2009-10-12-13 Worley, Timothy — 1985-86-88 Worrell, Billy — 1960 Wray, C.B. — 1905 Wright, Graham — 1936 (Manager) Wright, Hank —1979-81-82 (Trainer) Wright, Louis M. — 1901 Wrigley, G. Arthur — 1893 Wynn, George Kelvin — 1989-90-91 Wynn, Isaiah — 2014-15-16-17 (Capt.) Wynn, Jarius — 2007-08 Wynn, Shedrick — 2000-01-02 Wynn, William Antonio — 1989-90 (Off. Captain)

Y-Z

Yancy, Carlos Dalano — 1992 -93 Yawn, Larry Bruce — 1966-67-68 Yelvington, Jr., Richard —1948-49-50-51 York, Gus — 1910-11-12 Young, Barry G. — 1980-81-82-83 Young, Chad Lee — 1999 Young, Chris — 2013 Young, Dick — 1967 Young, Hilton — 1976-77 Young, Justin — 2016-17 Young, Leroy — 1932-33 Young, Lewis — 1936-37 Young, Richard — 1954-55 Young, William — 1952-53 Young, William H.—1926 (Mgr.) Zambiasi, Ben—1974-75-76-77 (Capt.) Zeier, Eric Royce — 1991-921993 (Team Capt.)-1994 (Team Capt.) Zimmerlink, Tom — 1974 Zimmerman, Greg— 1985 (Manager)

Post-Season All-Star Games Senior Bowl

1950 Porter Payne 1951 Mike Merola, Billy Mixon 1952 Marion Campbell 1953 Art DeCarlo 1954 Zeke Bratkowski 1955 Charles Madison 1957 Roy Wilkins 1959 Theron Sapp 1960 Charley Britt 1961 Pat Dye, Fred Brown, Bobby Walden 1962 Pete Case 1964 Mickey Babb, Larry Rakestraw 1965 Jim Wilson 1967 George Patton 1968 Ronnie Jenkins 1969 Bill Stanfill 1972 Tom Nash, Royce Smith, Phil Sullivan 1974 Jim Cagle 1975 Craig Hertwig 1977 Joel Parrish, Mike Wilson 1978 George Collins 1979 Ulysses Norris 1980 Ray Donaldson 1981 Scott Woerner, Nat Hudson, Rex Robinson 1983 Wayne Radloff 1984 Daryll Jones 1985 Kevin Butler 1987 John Little, Victor Perry 1988 Lars Tate 1989 Todd Wheeler 1990 Curt Mull 1992 Arthur Marshall 1993 Alec Millen 1994 Mitch Davis 1995 Hason Graham 1995 Randall Godfrey, Brice Hunter 1996 Jason Ferguson 1998 Hines Ward, Robert Edwards 1999 Chris Terry, Larry Brown 2001 Kendrell Bell, Jonas Jennings, Marcus Stroud,Jamie Henderson 2002 Jermaine Phillips, Will Witherspoon 2003 Terrence Edwards, Jon Stinchcomb, George Foster 2004 Bruce Thornton, Ben Watson 2005 Reggie Brown, Fred Gibson, David Green 2006 D.J. Shockley; Max Jean Gilles; Greg Blue; Tim Jennings; DeMario Minter 2007 Quentin Moses,; Martrez Milner; Tony Taylor

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2008 Brandon Coutu 2009 Mohamed Massoquoi, Corvey Irvin 2010 Geno Atkins, Jeff Owens 2011 Clint Boling, 2012 Brandon Boykin, Drew Butler, Cordy Glenn, Ben Jones, Shawn Williams 2013 Sanders Commings, John Jenkins, Tavarres King, Bacarri Rambo, Cornelius Washington, Shawn Williams 2014 Aaron Murray, Arthur Lynch 2015 Amarlo Hererra 2016 Jake Ganus, Jordan Jenkins, Malcolm Mitchell, John Theus 2018 Davin Bellamy, Javon Wims, Isaiah Wynn

Blue - Gray Game

1939 Smiley Johnson 1944 Herb St. John, Charley Trippi 1951 Jeff Burgamy, Marion Campbell 1952 Art DeCarlo 1954 Charlie Madison 1956 Laneair Roberts 1957 Jimmy Orr 1958 Theron Sapp 1960 Phil Ashe, Fred Brown, Pat Dye Francis Tarkenton, Bobby Walden 1961 Bill McKenny 1963 Mickey Babb, Larry Rakestraw 1965 Doug McFalls 1967 Donald Hayes, Ronald Jenkins Terry Sellers 1979 Matt Braswell 1990 John Kasay, Morris Lewis 1993 Shannon Mitchell, Greg Tremble 1994 Terrell Davis 1996 Juan Daniels Jermaine Smith

Las Vegas Classic

2006 Dennis Roland, Darrius Swain

INTA Juice North-South Classic 2007 Ray Gant

Japan Bowl

1977 Ken Helms 1979 Mack Guest 1981 Jeff Hipp, Tim Morrison 1982 Buck Belue, Lindsay Scott, Eddie Weaver, Ronnie Stewart 1983 Ronnie Harris, Norris Brown 1984 Guy McIntyre

footballuga

1985 Mike Weaver, Jeff Sanchez, Knox Culpepper 1986 Peter Anderson 1987 Henry Harris 1988 Kim Stephens 1989 Troy Sadowski, Richard Tardits 1990 Bill Goldberg 1991 John Kasay 1992 Chuck Carswell 1993 Alec Millen

East-West Shrine Game

1952 Harry Babcock 1967 Mark Holmes 1977 George Collins 1979 Willie McClendon 1980 Ray Donaldson 1981 Nat Hudson 1982 Buck Belue, Ronnie Stewart 1983 Wayne Radloff 1984 Clarence Kay 1994 Bernard Williams, Shannon Mitchell 1996 Phillip Daniels 1998 Antonio Cochran 1999 Emarlos Leroy, Olandis Gary 2000  Orantes Grant 2001 Curt McGill 2002 Kevin Breedlove, Curt McGill 2003 Tony Gilbert 2004 Ken Veal 2005 Arnold Harrison 2006 Kedrick Golston 2008 Fernando Velasco, Thomas Brown 2009 Dannell Ellerbe 2012 Blair Walsh, DeAngelo Tyson, Bruce Figgins 2013 Branden Smith 2014 Chris Burnette, Garrison Smith 2015 David Andrews, Amarlo Herrera, Hutson Mason, Damian Swann

Hula Bowl

1953 Harry Babcock 1960 Jim Vickers 1961 Fran Tarkenton 1965 Ray Rissmiller 1968 Edgar Chandler, Larry Kohn 1970 Steve Greer, Bruce Kemp 1973 Buzy Rosenberg 1975 Steve Taylor 1976 Randy Johnson

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1977 Ken Helms 1981 Jeff Hipp, Scott Woerner 1982 Lindsay Scott 1983 Jimmy Payne, Nate Taylor 1984 Terry Hoage, Freddie Gilbert (MVP) 1985 Jeff Sanchez, Knox Culpepper 1986 Tony Flack 1987 John Little 1988 John Brantley, Lars Tate 1989 Todd Wheeler, Terrie Webster 1990 Ben Smith 1996 Adam Meadows 1997 Mike Bobo 1999 Steve Herndon 2001 Verron Haynes 2006 Gerald Anderson 2007 Nick Jones, Gordon Ely-Kelso, Danny Verdun Wheeler

Gridiron Classic 2000 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005

Jeff Harris, Team Florida Ian Knight, Team Florida Billy Bennett, South Damien Gary, South Michael Johnson, South Mark Richt, South Head Coach Jeremy Thomas, South

Texas vs. Nation

2011 Kris Durham, Vance Cuff, Josh Davis,

Raycom All-Star Classic

2013 Marlon Brown, Mike Gilliard, Abry Jones, Christian Robinson

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Richard Samuel Dallas Lee, Kenarious Gates Chris Conley Nathan Theus Tyler Catalina, Maurice Smith

College All-Star Bowl 2014 Rantavious Wooten

Tropic Bowl 2016 - Chris Mayes

All-Star Football Challenge 2016 - Marshall Morgan

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series records vs. all opponents Opponent

Alabama Alabama Presbyterian Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Atlanta A.C. Auburn Augusta A.C.

First Last Meeting Meeting

G W L T

1895 1911 2013 1985 2008 1969 1997 1898 1892 1893

2018 1913 2017 1985 2009 2014 2001 1898 2017 1894

68 25 39 4 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 14 10 4 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 122 58 56 8 2 2 0 0

Baylor Boise State Boston College Brigham Young Buffalo

1972 2005 1950 1982 2012

1989 2011 2001 1982 2012

California Cal State-Fullerton Central Florida Central Michigan Centre Charleston Southern Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina Colorado Columbia Cumberland

1976 1991 1999 2008 1923 2014 1912 1922 1942 1909 1897 2011 2006 1940 1905

1981 1992 2010 2008 1941 2014 1949 1922 1976 1958 2014 2011 2010 1941 1905

Dahlonega Daniel Field Dartmouth Davidson Duke Duquesne

1905 1943 1921 1901 1986 1949

1915 1944 1941 1909 1986 1949

East Carolina

1990

1990

Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham Furman

1904 2012 1954 1936 1893

2017 2012 2002 1936 1950

96 51 43 2 1 1 0 0 11 6 4 1 1 0 0 1 23 21 2 0

George Washington Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Gordon

1951 1992 1893 1910

1951 2015 2017 1910

1 1 0 0 6 6 0 0 110 66 39 5 1 1 0 0

Hardin-Simmons Harvard Hawaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i Holy Cross Houston Howard

1959 1921 2007 1937 1967 1943

1959 1921 2007 1939 2001 1943

1 1 1 3 4 1

1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 1 1 0 0

Idaho State

2010

2010

1

1

Jacksonville Naval A.S.

1942

1942

1 1 0 0

Kent Kentucky

1998 1939

1998 2017

1 1 0 0 71 57 12 2

Locust Grove Louisiana Lafayette Louisiana Monroe# Louisiana State Louisville

1910 2010 2005 1928 2014

1910 2016 2015 2013 2014

1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 29 13 15 1 1 1 0 0

Marshall Maryland Memphis State Mercer Miami, Florida Miami, Ohio Michigan Michigan State

2004 1948 1982 1892 1937 1974 1957 1989

2004 1973 1984 1941 1966 1974 1965 2011

1 1 0 0 6 2 3 1 2 2 0 0 22 22 0 0 12 7 4 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 2 1 0

4 2 4 1 1

4 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 9 8 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 10 9 0 1 64 42 18 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 2 2 5 1 1

6 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

1

1

0

0

0

0

#formerly Northeast Louisiana (1999)

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Middle Tennessee St. Mississippi Mississippi State* Missouri Murray State

2017 SEC Champions

First Last Meeting Meeting

G W L T

2003 1940 1914 1960 1945

2003 2016 2017 2017 1945

1 1 0 0 46 32 13 1 24 18 6 0 7 6 1 0 1 1 0 0

Navy Nebraska Newberry New Mexico State New York Nicholls North Carolina N.C. State Northeast Louisiana North Texas Northwestern State (La.) Notre Dame

1916 1969 1915 1995 1929 2016 1895 1933 1994 2013 2002 1981

1957 2013 1922 2011 1939 2016 2016 1973 1997 2013 2002 2017

2 0 2 0 3 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 4 4 0 0 6 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 31 17 12 2 8 6 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0

Oglethorpe Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma A&M (State) Oregon Oregon State

1920 1993 2018 1946 1977 1971

1940 1993 2018 2009 1977 1987

8 1 1 4 1 3

7 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0

Pennsylvania Penn State Pittsburgh Presbyterian Purdue

1952 1982 1973 1943 1999

1952 2016 1982 1944 2003

1 2 4 3 2

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 2 0 0

Rice Richmond

1936 1975

1936 1986

1 0 1 0 3 3 0 0

Saint Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Samford Savannah A.C. Sewanee South Carolina Southern Southern California Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Stanford Stetson Syracuse

1950 2017 1893 1894 1894 2015 1931 1966 1953 1978 1934 1989

1950 2017 1906 1919 2017 2015 1960 1966 1996 1978 1934 1989

1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 1 13 5 7 1 70 50 18 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

Temple Tennessee Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas Tech Troy Tulane Tulsa

1946 1899 1943 1949 1950 1941 1964 2007 1919 1946

1989 2017 2009 1984 2009 2016 1996 2014 1985 1960

4 4 0 0 47 22 23 2 2 2 0 0 4 1 3 0 5 2 3 0 4 4 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 25 14 10 1 2 2 0 0

UAB U.C.L.A. Utah State

2003 1943 1999

2006 1983 1999

2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Military Virginia Tech

1893 1953 1897 1943 1931

2017 1953 2000 1978 2006

78 56 20 2 1 1 0 0 19 9 7 3 4 4 0 0 3 2 1 0

Wake Forest Western Carolina Western Kentucky West Virginia William & Mary Wisconsin Wofford Wyoming

1943 1991 2006 2005 1988 1997 1894 1998

1979 2007 2006 2005 1988 2004 1896 1998

Yale

1923

1934

3 2 1 1 1 2 3 1 11

1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 6

5

0

*formerly Mississippi A&M (1914)

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year-by-year results

2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions 1892 — (1-1-0) Coach: Dr. Charles Herty Capt.: A. O. Halsey, HB

1/30  50 Mercer 2/20 0 Auburn

11/4 11/7 11/30 12/1 12/9

0.................. Athens 10..................Atlanta

1893 (2-2-1) Coach: Ernest Brown Capt.: George Butler, QB 6 0 0 24 22

Georgia Tech 28.................. Athens Vanderbilt 35....... Nashville, TN Savannah AC 0.............. Savannah Augusta AC 0................ Augusta Furman 8................ Augusta

1894 (5-1-0) Coach: Robert Winston Capt.: George Butler, QB

10/29 8 11/3 40 11/10 10 11/17 66 11/24 10 11/29 22

Sewanee 12.................. Athens S. Carolina 0........ Columbia,SC Wofford 0... Spartanburg, SC Augusta AC 0................ Augusta Auburn 8..................Atlanta Savannah AC 0.............. Savannah

1895 (3-4-0) Coach: Glenn Warner Capt.: H. W. Stubbs, FB

10/19 34 10/26 0 10/31 6 11/9 30 11/18 22 11/23 0 11/28 6

Wofford 0.................. Athens N. Carolina 6..................Atlanta N. Carolina 10..................Atlanta Alabama 6............. Columbus Sewanee 0..................Atlanta Vanderbilt 6....... Nashville, TN Auburn 16..................Atlanta

1896 (4-0-0) Coach: Glenn Warner Capt.: R. B. Nally, HB

10/24 26 10/31 24 11/9 26 11/26 12

Wofford 0... Spartanburg, SC N. Carolina 16..................Atlanta Sewanee 0.................. Athens Auburn 6..................Atlanta

1897 (2-1-0) Coach: Charles McCarthy Capt.: William B. Kent, T

10/9 24 Clemson 0.................. Athens 10/23 28 Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens 10/30 4 Virginia 17..................Atlanta

1898 (4-2-0) Coach: Charles McCarthy Capt.: H. S. Walden, T

10/8 20 10/15 14 10/22 15 10/29 4 11/12 0 11/24 17

Clemson 8.................. Athens Atlanta AC 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 0..................Atlanta N. Carolina 44...................Macon Auburn 18..................Atlanta

1899 (2-3-1) Coach: Gordon Saussy Capt.: W. A. Ritchie, T

10/7 11 Clemson 0.................. Athens 10/21 0 Sewanee 12..................Atlanta 10/28 33 Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens 11/11 0 Tennessee 5...... Knoxville, TN 11/18 0 Auburn 0..................Atlanta 11/30 0 North Carolina 5..................Atlanta

1900 (2-4-0) Coach: E. E. Jones Capt.: F. K. McCutcheon, QB

10/13 12 Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta 10/20 5 S. Carolina 0.................. Athens 10/27  6 Sewanee 21..................Atlanta 11/10 5 Clemson 39.................. Athens 11/17 0 N. Carolina 55..........Raleigh, NC 11/29 0 Auburn 44..................Atlanta

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1901 (1-5-2) Coach: Billy Reynolds Capt.: F. M. Ridley, E

10/12 10 10/19 0 10/21 0 10/26 5 11/2 0 11/9 0 11/15 6 11/28 0

S. Carolina Vanderbilt Sewanee Clemson N. Carolina Alabama Davidson Auburn

5................ Augusta 47....... Nashville, TN 47........ Sewanee, TN 29.................. Athens 27..................Atlanta 0....Montgomery, AL 16.................. Athens 0..................Atlanta

1902 (4-2-1) Coach: Billy Reynolds Capt.: F. M. Ridley, E

10/18 11 10/25 0 11/1 5 11/8 0 11/14 27 11/18 0 11/27 12

Furman 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta Alabama 0.....Birmingham, AL Clemson 36.........Clemson, SC Davidson 0.................. Athens Sewanee 11..................Atlanta Auburn 5..................Atlanta

1903 (3-4-0) Coach: M. M. Dickinson Capt.: Harold Ketron, C

10/10 0 10/17 0 10/24 38 10/31 0 11/7 5 11/14 0 11/26 22

Clemson 29.................. Athens S. Carolina 17.................. Athens Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta Vanderbilt 33.................. Athens Tennessee 0...... Knoxville, TN Savannah 6.............. Savannah Auburn 13..................Atlanta

1904 (1-5-0) Coach: Charles A. Barnard Capt.: H. I. Killorain, FB

10/15 52 10/22 0 10/26 0 11/5 5 11/12 6 11/24 5

Florida 0...................Macon Clemson 10.........Clemson, SC S. Carolina 2....... Columbia, SC Alabama 16.....Tuscaloosa, AL Georgia Tech 23..................Atlanta Auburn 17...................Macon

1905 (1-5-0) Coach: M. M. Dickinson Capt.: Dan Sage, HB

10/3 0 10/21 0 11/4 0 11/11 16 11/18 0 11/30 0

Cumberland 39.................. Athens Clemson 35.................. Athens Alabama 36.... Birmingham, AL Dahlonega 12.................. Athens Georgia Tech 46..................Atlanta Auburn 29...................Macon

1906 (2-4-1) Coach: W. S. Whitney Capt.: J. D. Lowndes, QB

10/13 0 10/20 0 11/3 55 11/10 0 11/21 0 11/29 4 12/1 0

Davidson 15.................. Athens Clemson 6.........Clemson, SC Mercer 0...................Macon Georgia Tech 17..................Atlanta Tennessee 0.................. Athens Auburn 0...................Macon Savannah AC 12.............. Savannah

1907 (4-3-1) Coach: W. S. Whitney Capt.: Kyle Smith, HB

10/5   57 10/12 0 10/19 26 10/26 0 11/2 6 11/7 8 11/11 0 11/28 6

Dahlonega 0.................. Athens Tennessee 15.................. Athens Mercer 6...................Macon Alabama 0.... Montgomery, AL Georgia Tech 10..................Atlanta Clemson 0................ Augusta Sewanee 16.................. Athens Auburn 0...................Macon

1908 (5-2-1) Coach: Branch Bocock Capt.: Herman DeLaPerriere, G

10/10 16 10/17 29 10/24 0 10/31 11 11/5 8 11/14 6 11/20 2 11/26 0

Dahlonega 0.................. Athens S. Carolina 6.................. Athens Tennessee 10...... Knoxville, TN Mercer 0...................Macon Clemson 0................ Augusta Alabama 6.. Birmingham, AL Davidson 0.................. Athens Auburn 23...Montgomery,AL

1909 (1-4-2) Coach: J. Coulter Capt.: Hugh Bostwich, FB

10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/10 11/20 11/25

0 0 3 0 0 6 5

Citadel 0..... Charleston, SC Davidson 0.................. Athens Tennessee 0...... Knoxville, TN Alabama 14..................Atlanta Clemson 5................ Augusta Georgia Tech 12..................Atlanta Auburn 16...Montgomery,AL

1910 (6-2-1) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: Omer W. Franklin, G-T

10/1 101 10/8 79 10/15 22 10/22 35 10/29 21 11/5 12 11/10 0 11/19 11 11/24 0

Locust Grove 0.................. Athens Gordon 0.................. Athens Alabama 0.... Birmingham, AL Tennessee 5.................. Athens Mercer 0.................. Athens Sewanee 15........ Sewanee, TN Clemson 0................ Augusta Georgia Tech 6..................Atlanta Auburn 26.............. Savannah

1911 (7-1-1) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: George Woodruff, QB

9/30  51 10/7 38 10/14 11 10/21 12 10/28 8 11/4 0 11/7 22 11/18 5 11/29 0

Ala. Presb. 0.................. Athens S. Carolina 0.................. Athens Alabama 3....Birmingham, AL Sewanee 3.................. Athens Mercer 5.................. Athens Vanderbilt 17....... Nashville, TN Clemson 0................ Augusta Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta Auburn 0.............. Savannah

1912 (6-1-1) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: D. R. Peacock, G

10/5 33 10/12 33 10/19 0 10/26 13 11/2 13 11/7 27 11/16 20 11/28 12

Chattanooga 0.................. Athens Citadel 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 46..................Atlanta Alabama 9............. Columbus Sewanee 13.................. Athens Clemson 6................ Augusta Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta Auburn 6.................. Athens

1913 (6-2-0) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: Bob McWhorter, HB

10/4 108 Ala. Presb. 0.................. Athens 10/11 51 Dahlonega 0.................. Athens 10/18 20 Alabama 0.... Birmingham, AL 10/25 6 Virginia 13..................Atlanta 11/1 19 North Carolina 6.................. Athens 11/6 18 Clemson 15................ Augusta 11/15 14 Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta 11/22 7 Auburn 21..................Atlanta

1914 (3-5-1) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: Dave Paddock, QB

9/26  81 Dahlonega 10/3 13 Citadel 10/10 7 Sewanee

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10/17 6 N. Carolina 41..................Atlanta 10/24 0 Virginia 28..... Charlottesville, VA 10/31 0 Miss. A&M 9.................. Athens 11/7 13 Clemson 35.................. Athens 11/14 0 Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta 11/21 0 Auburn 0..................Atlanta

1915 (5-2-2) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: J. G. Henderson, C

9/25 79 10/1 64 10/9 6  10/16 39 10/23 7  10/30 0 11/6 37 11/13 0 11/25 13

Newberry 0.................. Athens Dahlonega 0.................. Athens Chattanooga 6... Chattanooga,TN Citadel 0..... Charleston, SC Virginia 9.................. Athens Auburn 12.................. Athens Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta Clemson 0.................. Athens

1916 (6-3-0) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: T. A. Thrash, T

9/30  6 Citadel 0.................. Athens 10/7 26 Clemson 0....... Anderson, SC 10/14 21 Florida 0.................. Athens 10/21 13 Virginia 7....Charlottesville,VA 10/28 3 Navy 27.....Annapolis, MD 11/4 0 Auburn 3............. Columbus 11/11 49 Furman 0.................. Athens 11/18 0 Georgia Tech 21.................. Athens 11/30 3 Alabama 0.. Birmingham, AL

(1917-1918) — no games 1919 (4-2-3) Coach: W. A. Cunningham Capt.: Artie Pew, T

10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/7 11/15 11/22 11/27

28 14  13  16  0  7 7 0 0

Citadel S. Carolina Sewanee Florida Auburn Virginia Tulane Alabama Clemson

0.............. Athens 0.............. Athens 0.............. Athens 0........ Tampa, FL 7......... Columbus 7.............. Athens 7............ Augusta 6..............Atlanta 0.............. Athens

1920 (8-0-1) SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSN. CHAMPIONS Coach: H. J. Stegeman Capt.: A. M. Day, C

10/2 40 Citadel 0..................Athens 10/9 37 S. Carolina 0...... Columbia, SC 10/16 7 Furman 0..... Greenville, SC 10/23 27 Oglethorpe 3................. Atlanta 10/30 7 Auburn 0.............Columbus 11/6 0 Virginia 0.. Charlottesville,VA 11/13 56 Florida 0..................Athens 11/20 21 Alabama 14................. Atlanta 11/25 55 Clemson 0..................Athens

1921 (7-2-1) Coach: H. J. Stegeman Capt.: Owen Reynolds, E

10/1 28 10/8 27 10/15 7 10/22 14 10/29 7 11/5 21 11/12 7 11/19 22 11/24 28 11/26 0

Mercer 0.................. Athens Furman 7.................. Athens Harvard 10....Cambridge, MA Oglethorpe 0.................. Athens Auburn 0............. Columbus Virginia 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 7....... Nashville, TN Alabama 0..................Atlanta Clemson 0.................. Athens Dartmouth 7..................Atlanta

0.................. Athens 0.................. Athens 6........ Sewanee, TN

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year-by-year results 1922 (5-4-1) Coach: H. J. Stegeman Capt.: Hugh Whelchel, G

9/23 82 Newberry 9/30 41 Mercer 10/7 0 Chicago 10/14 7 Furman 10/21 7 Tennessee 10/27 26 Oglethorpe 11/4 3 Auburn 11/11 6 Virginia 11/18 0 Vanderbilt 11/25 6 Alabama

13.................. Athens 0.................. Athens 20...........Chicago, IL 0......Greenville, SC 3.................. Athens 6.................. Athens 7............. Columbus 6...Charlottesville,VA 12.................. Athens 10.. Montgomery, AL

1923-(5-3-1) Coach: George Woodruff Capt.: Joe Bennett, T

9/29  7 10/6 20 10/13 0 10/20 17 11/3 7 11/10 13 11/17 7 11/24 0 12/1 3

Mercer 0.................. Athens Oglethorpe 6.................. Athens Yale 40....New Haven, CT Tennessee 0...... Knoxville, TN Auburn 0............. Columbus Virginia 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 35....... Nashville, TN Alabama 36.. Montgomery, AL Centre 3.................. Athens

1924 (7-3-0) Coach: George Woodruff Capt.: John Fletcher, E

9/27  26 10/4 18 10/11 6 10/18 23 10/25 3 11/1 33 11/8 7 11/15 6 11/27 0 11/29 7

Mercer 7.................. Athens S. Carolina 0.................. Athens Yale 7....New Haven, CT Furman 0................ Augusta Vanderbilt 0....... Nashville, TN Tennessee 0.................. Athens Virginia 0.. Charlottesville, VA Auburn 0............. Columbus Alabama 33.. Birmingham, AL Centre 14........ Danville, KY

1925 (4-5-0) Coach: George Woodruff Capt.: Ralph Thompson, E

9/26 32 10/3 6 10/10 7 10/17 21 10/24 26 10/31 7 11/7 34 11/14 0 11/26 0

Mercer 0...................Macon Virginia 7.................. Athens Yale 35....New Haven, CT Furman 0................ Augusta Vanderbilt 7.................. Athens Tennessee 12...... Knoxville, TN Auburn 0............. Columbus Georgia Tech 3..................Atlanta Alabama 27.. Birmingham, AL

1926 (5-4-0) Coach: George Woodruff Capt.: George Morton, HB

9/25    20 10/2 27 10/9 0 10/16 7 10/23 13 10/30 32 11/6 16 11/13 14 11/25 6

Mercer 0.................. Athens Virginia 7.. Charlottesville, VA Yale 19....New Haven, CT Furman 14.................. Athens Vanderbilt 14....... Nashville, TN Florida 9.................. Athens Auburn 6............. Columbus Georgia Tech 13..................Atlanta Alabama 33.. Birmingham, AL

1927 (9-1-0) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# Coach: George Woodruff Capt.: Chick Shiver, E

10/1 32 Virginia 0.................. Athens 10/8 14 Yale 10....New Haven, CT 0.................. Athens 10/15 32 Furman 10/22 33 Auburn 3............. Columbus 10/29 31 Tulane 0..New Orleans, LA 11/5 28 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 32 Clemson 0.................. Athens 11/19 26 Mercer 7.................. Athens 11/24 20 Alabama 6.. Birmingham, AL 12/3 0 Georgia Tech 12..................Atlanta #Poling, Boand polls

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1928 (4-5-0) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Glenn Lautzenhiser, T

10/6 52 10/13 6 10/19 7 10/27 20 11/3 13 11/10 6 11/17 12 11/29 0 12/8 6

Mercer 0.................. Athens Yale 21....New Haven, CT Furman 0.................. Athens Tulane 14.................. Athens Auburn 0............. Columbus Florida 26.............. Savannah LSU 13.................. Athens Alabama 19.. Birmingham, AL Georgia Tech 20..................Atlanta

1929 (6-4-0) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Joe Boland, C

9/28 7 10/5 27 10/12 15 10/19 19 10/26 6 11/1 15 11/9 19 11/15 24 11/28 12 12/7 12

Oglethorpe 13.................. Athens Furman 0.................. Athens Yale 0.................. Athens N. Carolina 12...Chapel Hill, NC Florida 18... Jacksonville, FL Tulane 21............. Columbus NYU 27......New York, NY Auburn 0.................. Athens Alabama 0.. Birmingham, AL Georgia Tech 6.................. Athens

1930 (7-2-1) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Herbert Maffett, E

9/27 31 10/4 51 10/11 18 10/18 26 10/25 39 11/1 0 11/8 7 11/15 0 11/27 0 12/6 13

Oglethorpe 6.................. Athens Mercer 0.................. Athens Yale 14....New Haven, CT N. Carolina 0.................. Athens Auburn 7............. Columbus Florida 0.............. Savannah NYU 6......New York, NY Tulane 25...New Orleans,LA Alabama 13.. Birmingham, AL Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta

1931 (8-2-0) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Austin Downs, QB

10/3 40 10/10 26 10/17 32 10/24 9 10/31 33 11/7 7 11/14 7 11/21 12 11/28 35 12/12 0

VPI 0.................. Athens Yale 7....New Haven, CT N. Carolina 7....Chapel Hill, NC Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens Florida 6.....Gainesville, FL NYU 6......New York, NY Tulane 20.................. Athens Auburn 6............. Columbus Georgia Tech 6.................. Athens Southern Cal 60.. Los Angeles, CA

1932 (2-5-2) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Vason McWhorter, C

10/1 6 VPI 7.................. Athens 10/8 25 Tulane 34..New Orleans, LA 10/15 6 N. Carolina 6.................. Athens 10/22 6 Vanderbilt 12....... Nashville, TN 10/29 33 Florida 12.................. Athens 11/5 7 NYU 13......New York, NY 11/11 32 Clemson 18.........Clemson, SC 11/19 7 Auburn 14............. Columbus 11/26 0 Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta

1933 (8-2-0, 3-1 SEC) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Graham Batchelor, E

9/30 20 N.C. State 10.................. Athens 10/7 26 Tulane 13.................. Athens 10/14 30 N. Carolina 0....Chapel Hill, NC 10/20 13 Mercer 12...................Macon 10/28 25 NYU 0.................. Athens 11/4 14 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/11 7 Yale 0....New Haven, CT 11/18 6 Auburn 14............. Columbus 11/25 7 Georgia Tech 6..................Atlanta 12/2 0 Southern Cal 31.....Los Angeles, CA

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9/29 42 Stetson 0.................. Athens 10/6 7 Furman 2......Greenville, SC 10/13 0 N. Carolina 14.................. Athens 10/20 6 Tulane 7..New Orleans, LA 10/27 6 Alabama 26.. Birmingham, AL 11/3 14 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/10 14 Yale 7....New Haven, CT 11/17 27 NC State 0.................. Athens 11/24 18 Auburn 0............. Columbus 12/1 7 Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens

1935 (6-4-0, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: John McKnight, C and John Bond, HB

9/28 31 Mercer 0 ................. Athens 10/5 40 Chattanooga 0.. Chattanooga, TN 10/12 31 Furman 7.................. Athens 10/19 13 NC State 0..........Raleigh, NC 17.................. Athens 10/26 7 Alabama 11/2 7 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/9 26 Tulane 13..New Orleans, LA 13.................. Athens 11/16 0 LSU 11/23 7 Auburn 19............. Columbus 11/30 7 Georgia Tech 19..................Atlanta

1936 (5-4-1, 3-3 SEC) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: J.C. Hall, G Harry Harman, G

9/26 15 Mercer 6.................. Athens 0.................. Athens 10/3 13 Furman 10/10 7 LSU 47..Baton Rouge, LA 13.................. Athens 10/17 6 Rice 20............. Columbus 10/24 13 Auburn 10/31 0 Tennessee 46.................. Athens 8... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 26 Florida 11/14 12 Tulane 6..New Orleans, LA 11/21 7 Fordham 7......New York, NY 11/28 16 Georgia Tech 6.................. Athens

1937 (6-3-2. 1-2-2 SEC) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Bill Hartman, FB

9/25 60 10/2 13 10/9 14 10/16 6 10/23 19 10/30 0 11/6 0 11/13 7 11/20 0 11/27 6 12/10 26

Oglethorpe 0.................. Athens S. Carolina 7....... Columbia, SC Clemson 0.................. Athens Holy Cross 7.......... Boston, MA Mercer 0.................. Athens Tennessee 32...... Knoxville, TN Florida 6... Jacksonville, FL Tulane 6.................. Athens Auburn 0............. Columbus Georgia Tech 6..................Atlanta Miami 0......... Miami, FL *

1938 (5-4-1, 1-2-1 SEC) Coach: Joel Hunt Capt.: Quinton Lumpkin, C

9/24 20 Citadel 12.................. Athens 10/1 7 S. Carolina 6....... Columbia, SC 10/7 38 Furman 7.................. Athens 10/15 28 Mercer 19.................. Athens 10/22 6 Holy Cross 29..... Worcester, MA 11/5 19 Florida 6... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 6 Tulane 28..New Orleans, LA 11/19 14 Auburn 23............. Columbus 11/26 0 Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens 12/2 7 Miami 13.......... Miami, FL*

1939 (5-6-0, 1-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Vassa Cate, HB

9/30 26 Citadel 10/7 0 Furman 10/14 0 Holy Cross 10/21 6 Kentucky 10/28 13 NYU 11/3 16 Mercer

0.................. Athens 20....Greenville, SC* 13.................. Athens 13......Louisville, KY 14......New York, NY 9.................. Athens

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6 33 0 0 13

Florida 2.... Jacksonville,FL S. Carolina 7.................. Athens Auburn 7............. Columbus Georgia Tech 13..................Atlanta Miami 0......... Miami, FL *

1940 (5-4-1, 2-3-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: James Skipworth, E

9/27   53 Oglethorpe 0................Atlanta* 10/5 33 S. Carolina 2....... Columbia, SC 10/12 14 Ole Miss 28.................. Athens 10/19 13 Columbia 19......New York, NY 10/25 7 Kentucky 7................ Athens* 11/2 14 Auburn 13............. Columbus 11/9 13 Florida 18... Jacksonville, FL 11/16 13 Tulane 21...New Orleans,LA 11/30 21 Georgia Tech 19.................. Athens 12/6 28 Miami 7.......... Miami, FL*

1941 (9-1-1, 3-1-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Heyward Allen, HB

9/27 81 10/4 34 10/10 14 10/18 7 10/25 14 11/1 7 11/8 19 11/15 47 11/22 35 11/29 21

Mercer 0...................Macon S. Carolina 6................ Athens* Ole Miss 14................ Athens* Columbia 3......New York, NY Alabama 27.. Birmingham, AL Auburn 0............. Columbus Florida 3... Jacksonville, FL Centre 6.................. Athens Dartmouth 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta ORANGE BOWL 1/1/42 40   TCU 26............ Miami, FL

1942 (11-1-0, 6-1 SEC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Frank Sinkwich, HB & FB

9/19 7 9/25 14 10/3 40 10/10 48 10/17 40 10/24 35 10/31 21 11/7 75 11/14 40 11/21 13 11/28 34

Kentucky 6......Louisville, KY Jax NAS 0...................Macon Furman 7.................. Athens Ole Miss 13....... Memphis, TN Tulane 0.................. Athens Cincinnati 13..... Cincinnati, OH Alabama 10..................Atlanta Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL Chattanooga 0... Chattanooga,TN Auburn 27............. Columbus Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens ROSE BOWL 1/1/43 9 UCLA 0....... Pasadena, CA #consensus

1943 (6-4-0, 0-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Mike Castronis, G

9/17    25 9/25 27 10/1 67 10/8 7 10/16 7 10/23 6 10/29 39 11/5 40 11/13 46 11/27 0

Presbyterian 7................ Athens* LSU 34...Baton Rouge, LA Tenn. Tech 0................ Athens* Wake Forest 0................ Athens* Daniel Field 18................ Augusta LSU 27............. Columbus Howard 0................ Athens* Presbyterian 12................ Athens* VMI 7..................Atlanta Georgia Tech 48..................Atlanta

1944 (7-3-0, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Billy Rutland, HB

9/29 7 10/6 67 10/13 13 10/20 53 10/28 7 11/4 14 11/11 38 11/18 49 11/24 21 12/2 0

Wake Forest 14................ Athens* Presbyterian 0................ Athens* Kentucky 12................ Athens* Daniel Field 6................ Athens* LSU 15..................Atlanta Alabama 7.. Birmingham, AL Florida 12... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 13............. Columbus Clemson 7.................. Athens Georgia Tech 44.................. Athens

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions 1945 (9-2-0, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Charles Eaves, G

1950 (6-3-3, 3-2-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Mike Merola, E

Murray State 0.................. Athens Clemson 0.................. Athens Miami 21.......... Miami, FL* Kentucky 6... Lexington, KY* LSU 32.................. Athens Alabama 28.. Birmingham, AL Chattanooga 7... Chattanooga,TN Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 0............. Columbus Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta OIL BOWL 1/1/46 20 Tulsa 6.........Houston, TX

9/23 27 Maryland 7.................. Athens 9/29 7 St. Mary’s 7.....San Fran., CA* 10/7 0 N. Carolina 0.................. Athens 10/14 27 Miss. State 0.................. Athens 10/21 13 LSU 13... Baton Rouge,LA* 10/27 19 Boston Coll. 7........Boston, MA* 11/4 7 Alabama 14.. Birmingham, AL 11/11 6 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/18 12 Auburn 10............. Columbus 11/25 40 Furman 0.................. Athens 12/2 0 Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens PRESIDENTIAL CUP 12/9 20  Texas A&M 40.College Park,MD

1946 (11-0-0, 5-0 SEC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Charley Trippi, HB

1951 (5-5, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Claude Hipps, HB

9/22 49 9/29 20 10/5 27 10/13 48 10/20 0 10/27 14 11/3 34 11/10 34 11/17 35 12/1 33

9/27 35 10/4 35 10/11 28 10/19 33 10/26 70 11/2 14 11/9 33 11/16 41 11/23 48 11/30 35

Clemson 12................ Athens* Temple 7.. Philadelphia, PA* Kentucky 13................ Athens* Okla. A&M 13.................. Athens Furman 7......Greenville, SC Alabama 0.................. Athens Florida 14... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 0............. Columbus Chattanooga 27... Chattanooga,TN Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens SUGAR BOWL 1/1/47 20 N. Carolina 10.. New Orleans, LA #Williamson poll

1947 (7-4-1. 3-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Dan Edwards, E

9/19 13 9/27 7 10/4 35 10/11 0 10/18 20 10/25 7 10/31 21 11/8 34 11/15 28 11/22 27 11/29 0

Furman 7................ Athens* N. Carolina 14....Chapel Hill, NC LSU 19.................. Athens Kentucky 26... Lexington, KY* Okla. A&M 7.......Stillwater, OK Alabama 17.................. Athens Clemson 6................ Athens* Florida 6... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 6............. Columbus Chattanooga 0... Chattanooga,TN Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta GATOR BOWL 1/1/48 20 Maryland 20... Jacksonville, FL

1948 (9-2-0, 6-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Weyman Sellers, E and Bernie Reid, G

9/25 14 10/2 14 10/9 35 10/16 22 10/22 42 10/30 35 11/6 20 11/13 42 11/20 33 11/27 21

Chattanooga 7.................. Athens N. Carolina 21.................. Athens Kentucky 12.................. Athens LSU 0... Baton Rouge,LA* Miami 21.......... Miami, FL* Alabama 0.. Birmingham, AL Florida 12... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 14............. Columbus Furman 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 13.................. Athens ORANGE BOWL 1/1/49 28 Texas 41............ Miami, FL

1949 (4-6-1, 1-4-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Porter Payne, G

9/16 25 9/23 42 10/1 14 10/8 0 10/14 7 10/21 9 10/29 7 11/5 7 11/12 40 11/19 20 11/26 6

Furman 0................ Athens* Chattanooga 6................ Athens* N. Carolina 21 ...Chapel Hill, NC Kentucky 25... Lexington, KY* LSU 0................ Athens* Miami 13.......... Miami, FL* Alabama 14.................. Athens Florida 28... Jacksonville, FL Duquesne 0.................. Athens Auburn 20............. Columbus Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta

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9/22 33 9/29 28 10/6 0 10/13 7 10/20 0 10/27 35 11/3 14 11/10 7 11/17 46 12/1 6

G. Washington 0............... Athens* N. Carolina 16....Chapel Hill, NC Miss. State 6...... Starkville, MS Maryland 43................ Athens* LSU 7................ Athens* Boston Coll. 28.................. Athens Alabama 16.................. Athens Florida 6... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 14............. Columbus Georgia Tech 48..................Atlanta

1952 (7-4, 4-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Robert West, E

9/20 19 9/27 21 10/4 49 10/11 0 10/18 27 10/25 0 11/1 19 11/8 34 11/15 13 11/29 9 12/5 35

Vanderbilt 7....... Nashville, TN Tulane 16....New Orleans, LA N.C. State 0.................. Athens Maryland 37.................. Athens LSU 14... Baton Rouge, LA* Florida 30... Jacksonville, FL Alabama 34...Birmingham, AL Penn 27..........Philadelphia Auburn 7............. Columbus Georgia Tech 23.................. Athens Miami 13.......... Miami, FL*

1953 (3-8-, 1-5 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Zeke Bratkowski, QB

9/19 32 Villanova 19... Philadelphia, PA 9/26 16 Tulane 14.................. Athens 10/3 12 Texas A&M 14............ Dallas, TX 10/10 13 Maryland 40....College Park, MD 10/17 6 LSU 14.................. Athens 10/24 27 N. Carolina 14.................. Athens 10/31 12 Alabama 33.................. Athens 21... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 7 Florida 11/14 18 Auburn 39............. Columbus 11/21 0 Miss. Sou. 14......... Jackson, MS 11/28 12 Georgia Tech 28..................Atlanta

1954 (6-3-1, 3-2-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Joe O’Malley, E

9/18 14 Florida State 0...Tallahassee, FL* 9/25 14 Clemson 7.................. Athens 10/2 0 Texas A&M 6.................. Athens 10/9 21 N. Carolina 7....Chapel Hill, NC 10/16 16 Vanderbilt 14.................. Athens 10/23 7 Tulane 0..New Orleans, LA 10/30 0 Alabama 0.. Birmingham, AL 11/6 14 Florida 13... Jacksonville, FL 11/13 0 Auburn 35............. Columbus 11/27 3 Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens

1955 (4-6, 2-5 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Bobby Garrard, FB

9/17 13 Ole Miss 9/24 14 Vanderbilt 10/1 7 Clemson 10/8 28 N. Carolina 10/15 47 Florida State 10/22 0 Tulane 10/29 35 Alabama

26...............Atlanta,* 13.................. Athens 26.........Clemson, SC 7.................. Athens 14...Tallahassee, FL* 14.................. Athens 14.................. Athens

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11/5 13 Florida 19... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 13 Auburn 16............. Columbus 11/26 3 Georgia Tech 21..................Atlanta

1956 (3-6-1, 1-6 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Knox Culpepper, Sr., FB

9/22 0 9/29 3 10/6 7 10/13 26 10/19 7 10/27 7 11/3 16 11/10 0 11/17 0 12/1 0

Vanderbilt 14..... Nashville, TN* Florida State 0.................. Athens Miss. State 19.................. Athens N. Carolina 12....Chapel Hill, NC Miami 7.......... Miami, FL* Kentucky 14.................. Athens Alabama 13.. Birmingham, AL Florida 28... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 20............. Columbus Georgia Tech 35.................. Athens

1957 (3-7, 3-4 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: J.B. Davis, HB

9/21 7 Texas 26................Atlanta* 9/28 6 Vanderbilt 9.................. Athens 10/5 0 Michigan 26......Ann Arbor, MI 10/11 13 Tulane 6.. New Orleans, LA* 10/19 14 Navy 27........Norfolk, VA* 10/26 33 Kentucky 14... Lexington, KY* 11/2 13 Alabama 14.................. Athens 11/9 0 Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL 11/16 0 Auburn 6............. Columbus 11/30 7 Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta

1958 (4-6, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Theron Sapp, FB

9/20 8 Texas 13..........Austin, TX* 9/27 14 Vanderbilt 21..... Nashville, TN* 10/4 14 S. Carolina 24.................. Athens 10/11 28 Florida State 13.Jacksonville, FL* 10/25 28 Kentucky 0.................. Athens 11/1 0 Alabama 12.....Tuscaloosa, AL 11/8 6 Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/15 6 Auburn 21............. Columbus 11/22 76 The Citadel 0.................. Athens 11/29 16 Georgia Tech 3.................. Athens

1959 (10-1, 7-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Don Soberdash, HB

9/19 17 Alabama 3.................. Athens 9/26 21 Vanderbilt 6.................. Athens 10/3 14 S. Carolina 30....... Columbia, SC 10/10 35 H. Simmons 6.................. Athens 10/17 15 Miss. State 0................Atlanta* 10/24 14 Kentucky 7... Lexington, KY* 10/31 42 Florida State 0.................. Athens 11/7 21 Florida 10... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 14 Auburn 13.................. Athens 11/28 21 Georgia Tech 14..................Atlanta ORANGE BOWL 1/1/60 14 Missouri 0............ Miami, FL

1960 (6-4, 4-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Francis Tarkenton, QB

9/17 6 Alabama 21.. Birmingham, AL 9/24 18 Vanderbilt 7..... Nashville, TN* 10/1 38 S. Carolina 6.................. Athens 10/7 3 Southern Cal 10.. Los Angeles, CA* 10/15 20 Miss. State 17.................. Athens 10/22 17 Kentucky 13... Lexington, KY* 10/29 45 Tulsa 7.................. Athens 11/5 14 Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 6 Auburn 9.......... Auburn, AL 11/26 7 Georgia Tech 6.................. Athens

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1961 (3-7, 3-4 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Pete Case, LT 6 Alabama 0 Vanderbilt

32.................. Athens 21.................. Athens

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10/7 17 S. Carolina 14.................. Athens 10/14 0 Florida State 3...Tallahassee, FL* 10/21 10 Miss. State 7................Atlanta* 10/28 16 Kentucky 15.................. Athens 11/3 7 Miami 32.......... Miami, FL* 21... Jacksonville, FL 11/11 14 Florida 11/18 7 Auburn 10.................. Athens 12/2 7 Georgia Tech 22..................Atlanta

1962 (3-4-3, 2-2-2 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Ray Clark, E

9/22 0 Alabama 35.. Birmingham, AL* 9/29 10 Vanderbilt 0..... Nashville, TN* 10/6 7 S. Carolina 7..... Columbia, SC* 10/13 24 Clemson 16.........Clemson, SC 10/20 0 Florida State 18.................. Athens 10/27 7 Kentucky 7.................. Athens 11/3 10 N. C. State 10.................. Athens 11/10 15 Florida 23... Jacksonville, FL 11/17 30 Auburn 21.......... Auburn, AL 12/1 6 Georgia Tech 37.................. Athens

1963 (4-5-1, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Billy Knowles, HB

9/21 7 Alabama 32.................. Athens 9/28 20 Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens 10/5 27 S. Carolina 7.................. Athens 7.........Clemson, SC 10/12 7 Clemson 10/18 31 Miami 14.......... Miami, FL* 10/26 17 Kentucky 14......Lexington, KY 11/2 7 N. Carolina 28....Chapel Hill, NC 11/9 14 Florida 21... Jacksonville, FL 11/16 0 Auburn 14.................. Athens 11/30 3 Georgia Tech 14..................Atlanta

1964 (7-3-1, 3-2 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Barry Wilson, DE

9/19 3 Alabama 31...Tuscaloosa, AL* 9/26 7 Vanderbilt 0..... Nashville, TN* 10/3 7 S. Carolina 7....... Columbia, SC 7.................. Athens 10/10 19 Clemson 10/17 14 Florida State 17.................. Athens 10/24 21 Kentucky 7.................. Athens 10/31 24 N. Carolina 8.................. Athens 11/7 14 Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 7 Auburn 14.......... Auburn, AL 11/28 7 Georgia Tech 0.................. Athens SUN BOWL 12/26 7 Texas Tech 0.......... El Paso, TX

1965 (6-4, 2-3 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Doug McFalls, DB

9/18 18 Alabama 17.................. Athens 9/25 24 Vanderbilt 10.................. Athens 10/2 15 Michigan 7......Ann Arbor, MI 10/9 23 Clemson 9.................. Athens 10/16 3 Florida State 10...Tallahassee, FL* 10/23 10 Kentucky 28... Lexington, KY* 10/30 47 N. Carolina 35....Chapel Hill, NC 14... Jacksonville, FL 11/6 10 Florida 11/13 19 Auburn 21.................. Athens 11/27 17 Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta

1966 (10-1, 5-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: George Patton, T

9/17 20 Miss. State 17....... Jackson, MS* 9/24 43 VMI 7...... Roanoke, VA* 10/1 7 S. Carolina 0..... Columbia, SC* 10/8 9 Ole Miss 3.................. Athens 10/14 6 Miami 7.......... Miami, FL* 10/22 27 Kentucky 15.................. Athens 10/29 28 N. Carolina 3.................. Athens 11/5 27 Florida 10... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 21 Auburn 13.......... Auburn, AL 11/26 23 Georgia Tech 14.................. Athens COTTON BOWL 12/31 24 SMU 9............ Dallas, TX

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year-by-year results 1967 (7-4, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Kirby Moore, QB

9/23 30 9/30 24 10/7 21 10/14 20 10/21 56 10/28 31 11/4 14 11/11 16 11/18 17 11/25 21

Miss. State 0.................. Athens Clemson 17.........Clemson, SC S. Carolina 0.................. Athens Ole Miss 29....... Jackson, MS* VMI 6.................. Athens Kentucky 7... Lexington, KY* Houston 15.......Houston, TX* Florida 17... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 14..................Atlanta LIBERTY BOWL 12/16 7 N.C. State 14....... Memphis, TN

1968 (8-1-2, 5-0-1 SEC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Bill Stanfill, T; Brad Johnson (Off.); Mark Stewart (Def.)

9/14 17 9/28 31 10/5 21 10/12 21 10/19 32 10/26 35 11/2 10 11/9 51 11/16 17 11/30 47

Tennessee 17...... Knoxville, TN Clemson 13.................. Athens S. Carolina 20..... Columbia, SC* Ole Miss 7.................. Athens Vanderbilt 6.................. Athens Kentucky 14... Lexington, KY* Houston 10.................. Athens Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 3.......... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 8.................. Athens SUGAR BOWL 1/1/69 2 Arkansas 16.... New Orleans, LA #Litkenhous Poll

1969 (5-5-1, 2-3-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts.: Steve Greer, DG; Daniel Lee (Def.) 9/20 35 Tulane 0.................. Athens 9/27 30 Clemson 0.........Clemson, SC 10/4 41 S. Carolina 16.................. Athens 10/11 17 Ole Miss 25......... Jackson, MS 10/18 40 Vanderbilt 8..... Nashville, TN* 10/25 30 Kentucky 0.................. Athens 11/1 3 Tennessee 17.................. Athens 11/8 13 Florida 13... Jacksonville, FL 11/15 3 Auburn 16.................. Athens 11/29 0 Georgia Tech 6..................Atlanta SUN BOWL 12/20 6 Nebraska 45.......... El Paso, TX

1970 (5-5, 3-3 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capt.: Tommy Lyons, C; Charley Whittemore (Off.); Billy Darby (Def.) 9/19 14 Tulane 17.New Orleans, LA* 9/26 38 Clemson 0.................. Athens 10/3 6 Miss. State 7......... Jackson, MS 31.................. Athens 10/10 21 Ole Miss 10/17 37 Vanderbilt 3.................. Athens 10/24 19 Kentucky 3... Lexington, KY* 10/31 52 S. Carolina 34.................. Athens 11/7 17 Florida 24... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 31 Auburn 17.......... Auburn, AL 11/28 7 Georgia Tech 17.................. Athens

1971 (11-1, 5-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capt.: Royce Smith, OG; Kendall Keith (Off.); Mixon Robinson (Def.) 9/11 56 Oregon State 25.................. Athens 9/18 17 Tulane 7.................. Athens 0.........Clemson, SC 9/25 28 Clemson 10/2 35 Miss. State 7.................. Athens 10/9 38 Ole Miss 7......... Jackson, MS 10/16 24 Vanderbilt 0..... Nashville, TN* 10/23 34 Kentucky 0.................. Athens 10/30 24 S. Carolina 0..... Columbia, SC* 11/6 49 Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/13 20 Auburn 35.................. Athens

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11/25 28 Georgia Tech 24................Atlanta* GATOR BOWL 12/31 7 N. Carolina 3... Jacksonville, FL

1972 (7-4, 4-3 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts.: Robert Honeycutt, FB; Lynn Hunnicutt (Off.); Steve Sleek (Def.) 9/16 24 Baylor 14.................. Athens 9/23 13 Tulane 24... New Orleans, LA 9/30 28 N.C. State 22.................. Athens 10/7 7 Alabama 25.................. Athens 10/14 14 Ole Miss 13......... Jackson, MS 10/21 28 Vanderbilt 3.................. Athens 10/28 13 Kentucky 7......Lexington, KY 11/4 0 Tennessee 14.................. Athens 11/11 10 Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/18 10 Auburn 27.......... Auburn, AL 12/2 27 Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens

1973 (7-4-1, 3-4 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Bob Burns, FLK; Mac McWhorter (Off.)

9/15  7 9/22 31 9/29 31 10/6 14 10/13 20 10/20 14 10/27 7 11/3 35 11/10 10 11/17 28 12/1 10

Pittsburgh 7.................. Athens Clemson 14.................. Athens N.C. State 12.................. Athens Alabama 28.....Tuscaloosa, AL Ole Miss 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 18....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 12.................. Athens Tennessee 31...... Knoxville, TN Florida 11... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 14.................. Athens Georgia Tech 3..................Atlanta PEACH BOWL 12/28 17 Maryland 16................Atlanta*

1974 (6-6, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Keith Harris, LB; Craig Hertwig (Off.); Abb Ansley (Def.)

9/14 48 9/21 14 9/28 52 10/5 24 10/12 49 10/19 38 10/26 24 11/2 24 11/9 17 11/16 13 11/30 14

Oregon State 35.................. Athens Miss. State 38....... Jackson, MS* S. Carolina 14.................. Athens Clemson 28.........Clemson, SC Ole Miss 0.................. Athens Vanderbilt 31.................. Athens Kentucky 20... Lexington, KY* Houston 31.................. Athens Florida 16... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 17.......... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 34.................. Athens TANGERINE BOWL 12/21 10 Miami (Ohio) 2 1........Orlando, FL*

1975 (9-3, 5-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Glynn Harrison, RB; David Schwak (Def.)

9/6   9 Pittsburgh 19.................. Athens 9/20 28 Miss. State 6.................. Athens 9/27 28 S. Carolina 20..... Columbia, SC* 10/4 35 Clemson 7.................. Athens 10/11 13 Ole Miss 28.......... Oxford, MS 10/18 47 Vanderbilt 3....... Nashville, TN 10/25 21 Kentucky 13.................. Athens 11/1 28 Richmond 24.................. Athens 11/8 10 Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/15 28 Auburn 13.................. Athens 11/27 42 Georgia Tech 26................Atlanta* COTTON BOWL 1/1/76 10 Arkansas 31............ Dallas, TX

1976 (10-2, 5-1 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Ray Goff, QB; Kevin McLee (Off.); Dicky Clark (Def.)

9/11 36 California 9/18 41 Clemson 9/25 20 S. Carolina

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24.................. Athens 0.........Clemson, SC 12.................. Athens

2017 SEC Champions 10/2 21 Alabama 0.................. Athens 10/9 17 Ole Miss 21.......... Oxford, MS 10/16 45 Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens 10/23 31 Kentucky 7... Lexington, KY* 10/30 31 Cincinnati 17.................. Athens 11/6 41 Florida 27... Jacksonville, FL 11/13 28 Auburn 0.......... Auburn, AL 11/27 13 Georgia Tech 10.................. Athens SUGAR BOWL 1/1/77 3 Pittsburgh 27.... New Orleans, LA

1977 (5-6, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Ben Zambiasi, LB; Ronnie Swoopes, Jeff Lewis (Def.); George Collins (Off)

9/10 27 Oregon 16.................. Athens 9/17 6 Clemson 7.................. Athens 9/24 15 S. Carolina 13..... Columbia, SC* 10/1 10 Alabama 18.....Tuscaloosa, AL 10/8 14 Ole Miss 13.................. Athens 10/15 24 Vanderbilt 13....... Nashville, TN 10/22 0 Kentucky 33.................. Athens 10/29 23 Richmond 7.................. Athens 11/5 17 Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 14 Auburn 33.................. Athens 11/26 7 Georgia Tech 16..................Atlanta

1978 (9-2-1, 5-0-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Willie McClendon, TB Mark Hodge, Mack Guest (Off.); Ricky McBride, Steve Dennis (Def.)

9/16 16 Baylor 14.................. Athens 9/23 12 Clemson 0.................. Athens 9/30 10 S. Carolina 27..... Columbia, SC* 3.................. Athens 10/7 42 Ole Miss 17.. Baton Rouge, LA* 10/14 24 LSU 10/21 31 Vanderbilt 10.................. Athens 10/28 17 Kentucky 16... Lexington, KY* 3.................. Athens 11/4 41 VMI 11/11 24 Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL 22.......... Auburn, AL 11/18 22 Auburn 12/2 29 Georgia Tech 28.................. Athens BLUEBONNET BOWL 25.......Houston, TX* 12/31 22 Stanford

1979 (6-5, 5-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts.: Gordon Terry, DE Ray Donaldson (Off.); Pat Collins (Def.)

9/15 21 Wake Forest 22.................. Athens 12.........Clemson, SC 9/22 7 Clemson 9/29 20 S. Carolina 27.................. Athens 10/6 24 Ole Miss 21.......... Oxford, MS 10/13 21 LSU 14.................. Athens 10/20 31 Vanderbilt 10....... Nashville, TN 10/27 20 Kentucky 6.................. Athens 11/3 0 Virginia 31.................. Athens 11/10 33 Florida 10... Jacksonville, FL 11/17 13 Auburn 33.................. Athens 11/24 16 Georgia Tech 3..................Atlanta

1980 (12-0, 6-0 SEC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Frank Ros, LB; Nat Hudson (Off.); Jeff Hipp (Def.)

9/6 16 Tennessee 15.... Knoxville, TN* 9/13 42 Texas A&M 0.................. Athens 9/20 20 Clemson 16.................. Athens 9/27 34 TCU 3.................. Athens 10/11 28 Ole Miss 21.................. Athens 10/18 41 Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens 10/25 27 Kentucky 0... Lexington, KY* 11/1 13 S. Carolina 10.................. Athens 21... Jacksonville, FL 11/8 26 Florida 11/15 31 Auburn 21.......... Auburn, AL 11/29 38 Georgia Tech 20.................. Athens SUGAR BOWL 1/1/81 17 Notre Dame 10.New Orleans, LA

1981 (10-2, 6-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts: Buck Belue, QB; Lindsay Scott, WR (Off.); Steve Kelly, DB (Def.)

9/5 44 Tennessee 0.................. Athens 9/12 27 California 13.................. Athens 9/19 3 Clemson 13.........Clemson, SC 9/26 24 S. Carolina 0.................. Athens 10/10 37 Ole Miss 7.......... Oxford, MS 10/17 53 Vanderbilt 21....... Nashville, TN 10/24 21 Kentucky 0.................. Athens 10/31 49 Temple 3.................. Athens 11/7 26 Florida 21... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 24 Auburn 13.................. Athens 12/5 44 Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta SUGAR BOWL 1/1/82 20 Pittsburgh 24.. New Orleans, LA*

1982 (11-1, 6-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts: Wayne Radloff, C; Herschel Walker (Off.); Tim Crowe, Dale Carver (Def.)

9/6 13 Clemson 7................ Athens* 9/11 17 Brigham Young 14................ Athens 9/25 34 S. Carolina 18..... Columbia, SC* 10/2 29 Miss. State 22...... Starkville, MS 10/9 33 Ole Miss 10.................. Athens 10/16 27 Vanderbilt 13.................. Athens 10/23 27 Kentucky 14... Lexington, KY* 10/30 34 Memphis State 3................. Athens 11/6 44 Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL 11/13 19 Auburn 14.......... Auburn, AL 11/27 38 Georgia Tech 18.................. Athens SUGAR BOWL 1/1/83 23 Penn State 27.. New Orleans, LA*

1983 (10-1-1, 5-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley

Capts.: Freddie Gilbert, DE; Guy McIntyre (Off.); Tommy Thurson (Def.)

9/3 19 9/17 16 9/24 31 10/1 20 10/8 36 10/15 20 10/22 47 10/29 31 11/5 10 11/12 7 11/26 27

UCLA 8................ Athens* Clemson 16.........Clemson, SC S. Carolina 13.................. Athens Miss. State 7.................. Athens Ole Miss 11.......... Oxford, MS Vanderbilt 13..... Nashville, TN* Kentucky 21.................. Athens Temple 14.................. Athens Florida 9... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 13.................. Athens Georgia Tech 24..................Atlanta COTTON BOWL 1/2/84 10 Texas 9............ Dallas, TX

1984 (7-4-1, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Knox Culpepper, LB; Scott Williams (Off.); Donald Chumley (Def.); Kevin Butler (ST)

9/8 26 9/22 26 9/29 10 10/6 24 10/13 18 10/20 62 10/27 37 11/3 13 11/10 0 11/17 12 12/1 18

Southern Miss. 19................ Athens Clemson 23.................. Athens S. Carolina 17..... Columbia, SC* Alabama 14.. Birmingham, AL Ole Miss 12.................. Athens Vanderbilt 35.................. Athens Kentucky 7......Lexington, KY Memphis St. 3.................. Athens Florida 27... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 21........ Auburn, AL* Georgia Tech 35.................. Athens CITRUS BOWL 12/22 17 Florida State 17.......... Orlando, FL

Vince Dooley served in 1985 as President of the American Football Coaches Association. He served 10 years as chairman of the AFCA Ethics Committee.

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2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions 1985 (7-3-2, 3-2-1 SEC)

Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Peter Anderson, C

9/2 16 9/14 17 9/21 20 9/28 35 10/12 49 10/19 13 10/26 26 11/2 58 11/9 24 11/16 10 11/30 16

Alabama 20................ Athens* Baylor 14.................. Athens Clemson 13.........Clemson, SC S. Carolina 21.................. Athens Ole Miss 21....... Jackson, MS* Vanderbilt 13....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 6.................. Athens Tulane 3.................. Athens Florida 3... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 24.................. Athens Georgia Tech 20................Atlanta* SUN BOWL 12/28 13 Arizona 13.......... El Paso, TX

1986 (8-4, 4-2 SEC)

Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: John Little, SAF; Wilbur Strozier (Off.); Steve Boswell (Def.)

9/13 31 9/20 28 9/27 31 10/4 14 10/11 14 10/18 38 10/25 31 11/1 28 11/8 19 11/15 20 11/29 31

Duke 7.................. Athens Clemson 31.................. Athens S. Carolina 26..... Columbia, SC* Ole Miss 10.................. Athens LSU 23.Baton Rouge,LA* Vanderbilt 16.................. Athens Kentucky 9... Lexington, KY* Richmond 13.................. Athens Florida 31... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 16........ Auburn, AL* Georgia Tech 24.................. Athens HALL OF FAME BOWL 12/23 24 Boston Coll. 27.......... Tampa, FL*

1987 (9-3, 4-2 SEC)

Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: Kim Stephens, OG; John Brantley (Def.); Cassius Osborn (ST)

9/5 30 Virginia 22.................. Athens 9/12 41 Oregon State 7.................. Athens 9/19 20 Clemson 21.........Clemson, SC 9/26 13 S. Carolina 6.................. Athens 10/3 31 Ole Miss 14.......... Oxford, MS 10/10 23 LSU 26.................. Athens 10/17 52 Vanderbilt 24..... Nashville, TN* 10/24 17 Kentucky 14.................. Athens 10... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 23 Florida 11/14 11 Auburn 27.................. Athens 11/28 30 Georgia Tech 16................Atlanta* LIBERTY BOWL 12/29 20 Arkansas 17..... Memphis, TN*

1988 (9-3, 5-2 SEC)

Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Todd Wheeler, C Wycliffe Lovelace (Def.); David Guthrie (ST)

9/3 28 9/10 38 9/17 42 9/24 10 10/1 36 10/8 41 10/22 10 10/29 59 11/5 26 11/12 10 11/26 24

Tennessee 17.................. Athens TCU 10.................. Athens Miss. State 35.... Starkville, MS* S. Carolina 23....... Columbia, SC Ole Miss 12.................. Athens Vanderbilt 22.................. Athens Kentucky 16......Lexington, KY Wm. & Mary 24.................. Athens Florida 3... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 20.......... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 3.................. Athens MAZDA GATOR BOWL 1/1/89 34 Michigan St. 27.Jacksonville, FL*

1989 (6-6, 4-3 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capt.: Ben Smith, FS; Rodney Hampton (Off.); Bill Goldberg (Def.)

9/16 15 9/23 23 9/30 20 10/7 14 10/14 13 10/21 35 10/28 34 11/4 37 11/11 17 11/18 3

Baylor Miss. State S. Carolina Tennessee Ole Miss Vanderbilt Kentucky Temple Florida Auburn

3.................. Athens 6.................. Athens 24.................. Athens 17.... Knoxville, TN* 17.......... Oxford, MS 16....... Nashville, TN 23.................. Athens 10.................. Athens 10... Jacksonville, FL 20.................. Athens

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12/2 22 Georgia Tech 33..................Atlanta PEACH BOWL 19..................Atlanta 12/30 18 Syracuse

1990 (4-7, 2-5 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capts.: Brian Cleveland, TB; William Wynn (Off.); Mo Lewis (Def.); John Kasay (ST)

9/8 13 LSU 18...Baton Rouge, LA* 9/15 18 Southern Miss 17.................. Athens 9/22 17 Alabama 16.................. Athens 9/29 19 East Carolina 15.................. Athens 34.........Clemson, SC 10/6 3 Clemson 10/13 12 Ole Miss 28.................. Athens 10/20 39 Vanderbilt 28.................. Athens 10/27 24 Kentucky 26... Lexington, KY* 11/10 7 Florida 38... Jacksonville, FL 11/17 10 Auburn 33........ Auburn, AL* 12/1 23 Georgia Tech 40.................. Athens

1991 (9-3, 4-3 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capts: Greg Talley, QB; Larry Ware, TB (Off.); Dwayne Simmons, LB (Def.); Chuck Carswell, CB (ST)

8/31 48 W. Carolina 0.................. Athens 10.................. Athens 9/7 31 LSU 9/21 0 Alabama 10...Tuscaloosa, AL* 9/28 27 Cal St.-Full. 14.................. Athens 10/5 27 Clemson 12................ Athens* 10/12 37 Mississippi 17.......... Oxford, MS 10/19 25 Vanderbilt 27....... Nashville, TN 10/26 49 Kentucky 27.................. Athens 45... Jacksonville, FL 11/9 13 Florida 11/16 37 Auburn 27.................. Athens 11/30 18 Georgia Tech 15..................Atlanta INDEPENDENCE BOWL 12/29 24 Arkansas 15.....Shreveport, LA

1992 (10-2, 6-2 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capts.: Alec Millen, OT (Off); Mack Strong, FB; Jack Swan, C; Greg Jackson, LB (Def.); Todd Peterson, PK (ST)

9/5 28 S. Carolina 6..... Columbia, SC* 9/12 31 Tennessee 34.................. Athens 9/19 56 Cal St. Full. 0.................. Athens 9/26 37 Mississippi 11.................. Athens 3... Fayetteville, AR 10/3 27 Arkansas 10/10 34 Ga. Southern 7.................. Athens 10/17 30 Vanderbilt 20.................. Athens 7... Lexington, KY* 10/24 40 Kentucky 10/31 24 Florida 26... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 14 Auburn 10.......... Auburn, AL 11/28 31 Georgia Tech 17.................. Athens CITRUS BOWL 1/1/93 21 Ohio State 14.......... Orlando, FL

1993 (5-6, 2-6 SEC) Coach: Ray Goff

Capt.: Eric Zeier, QB ; Off: Bernard Williams, Shannon Mitchell; Def: Mitch Davis, Charlie Clemons

9/4 21 S. Carolina 23.................. Athens 9/11 6 Tennessee 38......Knoxville, TN* 9/18 52 Texas Tech 37.................. Athens 9/25 14 Ole Miss 31........ Oxford, MS* 10/2 10 Arkansas 20.................. Athens 10/9 54 Southern Miss 24.................. Athens 10/16 41 Vanderbilt 3....... Nashville, TN 10/23 33 Kentucky 28.................. Athens 10/30 26 Florida 33.....Jacksonville, FL 11/13 28  Auburn 42.................. Athens 11/25 43  Georgia Tech 10..................Atlanta

1994 (6-4-1, 3-4-1 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capts.: Eric Zeier, QB, Hason Graham (Off.), Def: Will Muschamp, Travis Jones; Drew David (ST)

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9/10 23 Tennessee 41................ Athens* 9/17 70 NE Louisiana 6.................. Athens 9/24 17 Ole Miss 14.................. Athens 29...Tuscaloosa, AL* 10/1 28 Alabama 10/8 40 Clemson 14.................. Athens 10/15 30 Vanderbilt 43.................. Athens 10/22 34 Kentucky 30... Lexington, KY* 10/29 14 Florida 52...Gainesville, FL* 11/12 23 Auburn 23........ Auburn, AL* 11/25 48 Georgia Tech 10.................. Athens

1995 (6-6, 3-5 SEC)

Coach: Ray Goff Capts.: Whit Marshall, MLB; Off: Brice Hunter, WR, David Weeks, C, Paul Taylor, OG; Def: Phillip Daniels, OLB

9/2 42 S. Carolina 23.................. Athens 9/9 27 Tennessee 30.... Knoxville, TN* 9/16 40 N. Mexico St. 13.................. Athens 9/23 10 Ole Miss 18........ Oxford, MS* 9/30 0 Alabama 31.................. Athens 17.......Clemson, SC* 10/7 19 Clemson 10/14 17 Vanderbilt 6....... Nashville, TN 10/21 12 Kentucky 3.................. Athens 52.................. Athens 10/28 17 Florida 11/11 31 Auburn 37.................. Athens 11/23 18 Georgia Tech 17 .................Atlanta PEACH BOWL 12/30 27 Virginia 34................Atlanta*

1996 (5-6, 3-5 SEC)

Coach: Jim Donnan Capts.: Mike Bobo, QB; Robert Edwards, TB; Jason Ferguson, DT; Corey Johnson, FS; Adam Meadows, OT; Gene Toodle, BK

8/31 7 Southern Miss 11.................. Athens 9/14 14 S. Carolina 23..... Columbia, SC* 9/21 15 Texas Tech 12.................. Athens 10/5 38 Miss. State 19.... Starkville, MS* 10/12 17 Tennessee 29................ Athens* 10/19 13 Vanderbilt 2.................. Athens 10/26 17 Kentucky 24... Lexington, KY* 47... Jacksonville, FL 11/2 7 Florida 11/16 56 Auburn (OT) 49.......... Auburn, AL 31.................. Athens 11/23 27 Ole Miss 11/30 19 Georgia Tech 10.................. Athens

1997 (10-2, 6-2 SEC)

Coach: Jim Donnan Capts.: Hines Ward, WR; Brandon Tolbert, LB; Mike Bobo, QB; Greg Bright, LB

8/30 38 Arkansas St. 7.................. Athens 9/13 31 S. Carolina 15.................. Athens 9/20 42 Northeast La. 3.................. Athens 10/4 47 Miss. State 0.................. Athens 10/11 13 Tennessee 38...... Knoxville, TN 10/18 34 Vanderbilt 13..... Nashville, TN* 10/25 23 Kentucky 13.................. Athens 11/1 37 Florida 17... Jacksonville, FL 11/15 34 Auburn 45.................. Athens 11/22 21 Ole Miss 14.......... Oxford, MS 11/19 27 Georgia Tech 24..................Atlanta OUTBACK BOWL 1/1/98 33 Wisconsin 6............ Tampa, FL

1998 (9-3, 6-2 SEC)

Coach: Jim Donnan Capts.: "Champ" Bailey, CB; Matt Stinchcomb, OT; Olandis Gary, TB; Chris Terry, OT; Paul Snellings, DT; Kirby Smart DB

9/5 56 Kent State 3.................. Athens 9/12 17 S. Carolina 3..... Columbia, SC* 9/19 16 Wyoming 9.................. Athens 10/3 28 LSU 27... Baton Rouge, LA* 10/10 3 Tennessee 22.................. Athens 10/17 31 Vanderbilt 6.................. Athens 10/24 28 Kentucky 26......Lexington, KY 10/31 7 Florida 38... Jacksonville, FL 11/14 28 Auburn 17........ Auburn, AL* 11/21 24 Ole Miss 17.................. Athens 11/28 19 Georgia Tech 21.................. Athens

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PEACH BOWL 12/31 35 Virginia 33................Atlanta*

1999 (8-4, 5-3 SEC)

Coach: Jim Donnan Capts.: Quincy Carter, QB; Steve Herndon, OG; Orantes Grant, LB; Richard Seymour, DT

9/4 38 Utah State 7................ Athens* 9/11 24 S. Carolina 9.................. Athens 9/25 24 Central Florida 2 3................ Athens 22.................. Athens 10/2 23 LSU 10/9 20 Tennessee 37.... Knoxville, TN* 10/16 27 Vanderbilt 17....... Nashville, TN 10/23 49 Kentucky 34.................. Athens 10/30 14 Florida 30... Jacksonville, FL 11/ 13 21 Auburn 38................ Athens* 11/20 20 Ole Miss 17.......... Oxford, MS 11/27 48 Georgia Tech 51..................Atlanta OUTBACK BOWL 1/1/00 28 Purdue (OT) 25............ Tampa, FL

2000 (8-4, 5-3 SEC)

Coach: Jim Donnan Capts.: Quincy Carter, QB; Jonas Jennings, OT; Brett Millican, FB; Richard Seymour, DT; Marcus Stroud, DT

9/2 29 Ga. Southern 7................ Athens* 9/9 10 S. Carolina 21....... Columbia, SC 9/23 37 N. Mexico St. 0.................. Athens 9/30 38 Arkansas 7... Fayetteville, AR 10/7 21 Tennessee 10................ Athens* 10/14 29 Vanderbilt 19.................. Athens 10/21 34 Kentucky 30......Lexington, KY 34... Jacksonville, FL 10/28 23 Florida 11/11 26 Auburn (OT) 29........ Auburn, AL* 14................ Athens* 11/18 32 Ole Miss 11/25 15 Georgia Tech 27.................. Athens JEEP O’AHU BOWL 12/24 37 Virginia 14.................. Hawaii

2001 (8-4, 5-3 SEC)

Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Verron Haynes, TB (overall); Tim Wansley, CB (ST) Jermaine Phillips, DB (Def.); Curt McGill, C (Off.)

9/1 45 Arkansas St. 17.................. Athens 9/8 9 S. Carolina 14................ Athens* 9/29 34 Arkansas 23................ Athens* 10/6 26 Tennessee 24...... Knoxville, TN 10/13 30 Vanderbilt 14....... Nashville, TN 10/20 43 Kentucky 29.................. Athens 10/27 10 Florida 24... Jacksonville, FL 24.................. Athens 11/10 17 Auburn 11/17 35 Ole Miss 15.......... Oxford, MS 11/24 31 Georgia Tech 17................Atlanta* 12/1 35 Houston 7.................. Athens MUSIC CITY BOWL 12/28 16 Boston Coll. 20....... Nashville, TN

2002 (13-1, 7-1 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS

Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Boss Bailey, LB (overall); Tony Gilbert, LB (Def.); Jon Stinchcomb, OT (Off.); Burt Jones, ROV (ST)

8/31 31 Clemson 28................ Athens* 9/14 13 S. Carolina 7....... Columbia, SC 9/21 45 Northwestern St. 7.................. Athens 9/28 41 N. Mexico St. 10.................. Athens 10/5 27 Alabama 25.....Tuscaloosa, AL 10/12 18 Tennessee 13.................. Athens 10/19 48 Vanderbilt 17.................. Athens 10/26 52 Kentucky 24......Lexington, KY 11/2 13 Florida 20...Jacksonville, FL* 11/9 31 Ole Miss 17................ Athens* 11/16 24 Auburn 21.......... Auburn, AL 11/30 51 Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 12/7 30 Arkansas 3................Atlanta* NOKIA SUGAR BOWL 1/1/03 26 Florida State 13.New Orleans, LA*

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year-by-year results 2003 (11-3, 6-2 SEC)

SEC EASTERN CHAMPIONS Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Bruce Thornton, DB (overall); David Greene, QB (Off.); Sean Jones, ROV (Def.); Billy Bennett, PK (ST)

8/30 30 Clemson 0.........Clemson, SC 9/6 29 M. Tenn. St. 10.................. Athens 9/13 31 S. Carolina 7.................. Athens 9/20 10 LSU 17....Baton Rouge, LA 10/4 37 Alabama 23.................. Athens 10/11 41 Tennessee 14.... Knoxville, TN* 10/18 27 Vanderbilt 8....... Nashville, TN 10/25 16 UAB 13.................. Athens 11/1 13 Florida 16... Jacksonville, FL 11/15 26 Auburn 7.................. Athens 11/22 30 Kentucky 10.................. Athens 11/29 34 Georgia Tech 17..................Atlanta SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 12/6 13 LSU 34................Atlanta* CAPITAL ONE BOWL 1/1/04 34 Purdue OT 27.......... Orlando, FL

2004 (10-2, 6-2 SEC)

Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: David Greene, QB (overall); David Pollack, DE (Def.); Thomas Davis, LB (ST); Reggie Brown, WR (Off.)

9/4 48 Ga. Southern 28.................. Athens 9/11 20 S. Carolina 16....... Columbia, SC 9/18 13 Marshall 3.................. Athens 16.................. Athens 10/2 45 LSU 10/9 14 Tennessee 19.................. Athens 3.................. Athens 10/16 33 Vanderbilt 10/23 20 at Arkansas 14... Fayetteville, AR 10/30 31 Florida 24... Jacksonville, FL 11/6 62 at Kentucky 17......Lexington, KY 24.......... Auburn, AL 11/13 6 at Auburn 11/27 19 Georgia Tech 13.................. Athens OUTBACK BOWL 1/1/05 24 Wisconsin 21............ Tampa, FL

2005 (10-3, 6-2 SEC)

SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: D.J. Shockley, QB (overall); Greg Blue, FS (Def.); Kedric Golston, DT (Def.); Max Jean-Gilles, OG (Off.) Mike Gilliam, CB (ST)

9/3 48 Boise State 13.................. Athens 9/10 17 S. Carolina 15.................. Athens 9/17 44 LA-Monroe 7.................. Athens 9/24 23 Miss. State 10.... Starkville, MS* 10/8 27 Tennessee 14...... Knoxville, TN 10/15 34 Vanderbilt 17..... Nashville, TN* 10/22 23 Arkansas 20.................. Athens 10/29 10 Florida 14... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 30 Auburn 31................ Athens* 11/19 45 Kentucky 13.................. Athens 11/26 14 Georgia Tech 7................Atlanta* SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 12/3 34 LSU 14................Atlanta* NOKIA SUGAR BOWL 1/2/06 35 West Virginia 38................Atlanta*

2006 (9-4, 4-4 SEC)

Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Tony Taylor, LB (overall); Nick Jones, C (Off.); Quentin Moses, DE (Def); Tra Battle, CB (ST); Gordon Ely-Kelso, P (ST)

9/2 48 Western Ky. 9/9 18 S. Carolina 9/16 34 UAB 9/23 14 Colorado 9/30 14 Ole Miss 10/7 33 Tennessee 10/14 22 Vanderbilt 10/21 27 Miss. State 10/28 14 Florida 11/4 20 Kentucky 11/11 37 Auburn

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12.................. Athens 0..... Columbia, SC* 0.................. Athens 13.................. Athens 9........ Oxford, MS* 51................ Athens* 24.................. Athens 24.................. Athens 21... Jacksonville, FL 24 .....Lexington, KY 15.......... Auburn, AL

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11/25 15 Georgia Tech 12.................. Athens CHICK-FIL-A BOWL 12/30 31 Virginia Tech 24................Atlanta*

11/27 42 Ga. Tech 34................ Athens* LIBERTY BOWL 10...............Memphis 12/28 6 UCF

2007 (11-2, 6-2 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Fernando Velasco, C (overall); Thomas Brown, TB (Off.); Kelin Johnson, SS (Def.); Brandon Coutu, PK (ST)

2011 (10-4, 7-1 SEC) SEC EASTERN CHAMPIONS Coach: Mark Richt Capts: Ben Jones, C (overall); Brandon Boykin, CB (Def.); Jarvis Jones, OLB (Def.); Orson Charles, TE (Off.); Cordy Glenn, OG (Off.); Drew Butler, P (ST

9/1 35 Okla. State 14................ Athens* 9/8 12 S. Carolina 16.................. Athens 9/15 45 W. Carolina 16.................. Athens 9/22 26 Alabama (OT) 23.....Tuscaloosa, AL* 9/29 45 Ole Miss 17.................. Athens 10/6 14 Tennessee 35...... Knoxville, TN 10/13 20 Vanderbilt 17....... Nashville, TN 10/27 42 Florida 30... Jacksonville, FL 11/3 44 Troy 34 ................. Athens 11/10 45 Auburn 20.................. Athens 11/17 24 Kentucky 13.................. Athens 11/24 31 Georgia Tech 17..................Atlanta SUGAR BOWL 1/1/08 41 Hawai'i 10.New Orleans, LA*

2008 (10-3, 6-2 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Mohamed Massaquoi, WR (overall); Brannan Southerland, FB (Off.), Corvey Irvin, DT (Def. ), Andrew Williams, DB (ST)

8/30 45 Ga. Southern 21.................. Athens 9/6 56 Central Mich. 17.................. Athens 9/13 14 S. Carolina 7....... Columbia, SC 9/20 27 Ariz. State 10........... Tempe, AZ 9/27 30 Alabama 41................ Athens* 10/11 26 Tennessee 14.................. Athens 10/18 24 Vanderbilt 14.................. Athens 10/25 52 LSU 38... Baton Rouge, LA 11/1 10 Florida 49 .. Jacksonville, FL 11/8 42 Kentucky 38......Lexington, KY 13.......... Auburn, AL 11/15 17 Auburn 11/29 42 Georgia Tech 45.................. Athens CAPITAL ONE BOWL 1/1/09 24 Mich. State 12.......... Orlando, FL

2009 (8-5, 4-4 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Joe Cox, QB (overall), Michael Moore, WR (Off.); Jeff Owens, DT (Def.); Rennie Curran, LB (Def.); Prince Miller, CB (ST)

9/5 10 Okla. State 24.......Stillwater, OK 9/12 41 S. Carolina 37................ Athens* 9/19 52 Arkansas 41...Fayetteville, AR* 9/26 20 Arizona St. 17................ Athens* 10/3 13 LSU 20.................. Athens 10/10 19 Tennessee 45...... Knoxville, TN 10/17 34 Vanderbilt 10....... Nashville, TN 10/31 17 Florida 41... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 38 Tenn. Tech 0.................. Athens 11/14 31 Auburn 24................ Athens* 11/21 27 Kentucky 34................ Athens* 11/28 30 Ga. Tech 24................Atlanta* INDEPENDENCE BOWL 12/28 44 Texas A&M 20..... Shreveport, LA

2010 (6-7, 3-5 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts.: Shaun Chapas, FB (overall); Clint Boling, OG (Off.); Akeem Dent (Def.); Drew Butler, P (ST)

9/4 55 La.-Lafayette 7.................. Athens 9/11 6 S. Carolina 16....... Columbia, SC 9/18 24 Arkansas 31.................. Athens 9/25 12 Miss. State 24.... Starkville, MS* 10/2 27 Colorado 29......... Boulder, CO 10/9 41 Tennessee 14.................. Athens 10/16 43 Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens 10/23 44 Kentucky 31........... Lexington* 10/30 31 Florida 34... Jacksonville, FL 11/6 55 Idaho St. 7.................. Athens 11/13 31 Auburn 49.......... Auburn, AL

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9/3 21 Boise State 34................Atlanta* 9/10 42 S. Carolina 45.................. Athens 9/17 59 Coastal Car. 0.................. Athens 9/24 27 Ole Miss 13.......... Oxford, MS 10/1 24 Miss. State 10.................. Athens 10/8 24 Tennessee 12.... Knoxville, TN* 10/15 33 Vanderbilt 28...... Nashville,TN* 10/29 24 Florida 20... Jacksonville, FL 11/5 63 New Mex. St 16.................. Athens 11/12 45 Auburn 7.................. Athens 11/19 19 Kentucky 10.................. Athens 17..................Atlanta 11/26 31 Ga. Tech SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 42..................Atlanta 12/3 10 LSU OUTBACK BOWL 1/2 30 Michigan St. 33............ Tampa, FL

2012 (12-2, 7-1 SEC) SEC EASTERN CHAMPIONS Coach: Mark Richt Capts: Jarvis Jones, OLB (overall); Shawn Williams, SAF (Def.); Tavarres King, WR (Off.); Aaron Murray, QB (Off.); Ty Frix, SN (ST)

9/1 45 Buffalo 23.................. Athens 20... Columbia, MO* 9/8 41 Missouri 9/15 56 Fla Atlantic 20................ Athens* 9/22 48 Vanderbilt 3................ Athens* 9/29 51 Tennessee 44.................. Athens 10/6 7 S. Carolina 35..... Columbia, SC* 10/20 29 Kentucky 24... Lexington, KY* 9 .. Jacksonville, FL 10/27 17 Florida 11/3 37 Ole Miss 10.................. Athens 0........ Auburn, AL* 11/10 38 Auburn 11/17 45 Ga. Southern 14.................. Athens 11/24 42 Georgia Tech 10.................. Athens SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 12/1 28 Alabama 32..................Atlanta CAPITAL ONE BOWL 1/1/13 45 Nebraska 31.......... Orlando, FL

2013 (8-5, 5-3 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts: Aaron Murray (overall); Arthur Lynch, TE (Off.); Garrison Smith, DE (Def.); Connor Norman, FS (ST)

8/31 35 Clemson 38.......Clemson, SC* 9/7 41 S. Carolina 30.................. Athens 9/21 45 North Texas 21.................. Athens 9/28 44 LSU 41.................. Athens 10/5 34 Tennessee (OT) 31...... Knoxville, TN 10/12 26 Missouri 41.................. Athens 10/19 27 Vanderbilt 31....... Nashville, TN 11/2 23 Florida 20... Jacksonville, FL 11/9 45 App. State 6.................. Athens 11/16 38 Auburn 43.......... Auburn, AL 11/23 59 Kentucky 17................ Athens* 11/30 41 Ga. Tech (OT) 34..................Atlanta TAXSLAYER.COM GATOR BOWL 1/1/14 19 Nebraska 24... Jacksonville, FL

2014 (10-3, 6-2 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts: David Andrews (overall); Hutson Mason, QB (Off.); Amarlo Herrera, LB; Damian Swann, CB (Def.); Kosta Vavlas, LB (ST)

8/30 45 Clemson 9/13 35 S. Carolina

21................ Athens* 38....... Columbia, SC

9/20 66 Troy 0.................. Athens 9/27 35 Tennessee 32.................. Athens 10/4 44 Vanderbilt 17.................. Athens 10/11 34 Missouri 0..... Columbia, MO 10/18 45 Arkansas 32.... Little Rock, AR 11/1 20 Florida 38... Jacksonville, FL 11/8 63 Kentucky 31......Lexington, KY 11/15 34 Auburn 7................ Athens* 11/22 55 Charleston So. 9.................. Athens 11/29 24 Ga. Tech (OT) 30.................. Athens BELK BOWL 12/30 37 Louisville 14..... Charlotte, NC*

2015 (10-3, 5-3 SEC) Coach: Mark Richt Capts: John Theus, OT (Overall); Malcolm Mitchell, WR (Off.); Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Jake Ganus, ILB (Def.); Ryne Rankin, Nathan Theus (ST)

9/5 51 La.-Monroe 14............... Athens& 9/12 31 Vanderbilt 14....... Nashville, TN 9/19 52 S. Carolina 20................ Athens* 9/26 48 Southern 6.................. Athens 10/3 10 Alabama 38.................. Athens 10/10 31 Tennessee 38...... Knoxville, TN 10/17 9 Missouri 6................ Athens* 10/31 3 Florida 27... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 27 Kentucky 3.................. Athens 11/14 20 Auburn 13.......... Auburn, AL 11/21 23 Ga. Sou. (OT) 17................ Athens* 7..................Atlanta 11/28 13 Ga. Tech TAXSLAYER BOWL 1/2 24 Penn State 17... Jacksonville, FL &Game terminated in 4th Qtr due to lightning.

2016 (8-5, 4-4 SEC) Coach: Kirby Smart

Capts: Maurice Smith (Def.); Nick Chubb, Brandon Kublanow, Sony Michel (Off.)

9/3 33 N. Carolina 24................Atlanta* 24.................. Athens 9/10 26 Nicholls 27... Columbia, MO* 9/17 28 Missouri 9/24 14 Ole Miss 45.......... Oxford, MS 10/1 31 Tennessee 34.................. Athens 10/9 28 S. Carolina 14....... Columbia, SC 10/15 16 Vanderbilt 17.................. Athens 24... Jacksonville, FL 10/29 10 Florida 11/5 27 Kentucky 24... Lexington, KY* 11/12 13 Auburn 7.................. Athens 11/19 35 UL Lafayette 21.................. Athens 11/26 27 Ga. Tech 28.................. Athens AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL 12/30 31 TCU 23....... Memphis, TN

2017 (13-2, 7-1 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Kirby Smart

Capts: Roquan Smith (Def.); Nick Chubb, Sony Michel, Isaiah Wynn (Off.)

9/2 31 App. State 10................ Athens* 9/9 21 Notre Dame 19...South Bend, IN* 9/16 42 Samford 14.................. Athens 9/23 31 Miss. State 3................ Athens* 0...... Knoxville, TN 9/30 41 Tennessee 10/7 42 Vanderbilt 14....... Nashville, TN 10/14 53 Missouri 14................ Athens* 10/28 42 Florida 7 .. Jacksonville, FL 11/4 24 S. Carolina 10.................. Athens 11/11 17 Auburn 40.......... Auburn, AL 11/18 42 Kentucky 13.................. Athens 11/25 38 Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 12/2 28 Auburn 7..................Atlanta ROSE BOWL GAME 1/1/18 54 Oklahoma (2OT) 48....... Pasadena, CA CFP CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 1/8/18 23 Alabama (OT) 26................Atlanta*

*denotes night game

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all-time series records

2018 Rose Bowl Game Champions

ALABAMA 25-39-4

1895 Won 30 6.............. Columbus 1901 Tie 0 0.......... Montgomery 1902 Won 5 0...........Birmingham 1904 Lost 5 16............ Tuscaloosa 1905 Lost 0 36..........Birmingham 1907 Tie 0 0.......... Montgomery 1908 Tie 6 6...........Birmingham 1909 Lost 0 14.................. Atlanta 1910 Won 22 0...........Birmingham 1911 Won 11 3...........Birmingham 1912 Won 13 9.............. Columbus 1913 Won 20 0...........Birmingham 1916 Won 3 0...........Birmingham 1919 Lost 0 6................... Atlanta 1920 Won 21 14.................. Atlanta 1921 Won 22 0................... Atlanta 1922 Lost 6 10.........Montgomery 1923 Lost 0 36.........Montgomery 1924 Lost 0 33..........Birmingham 1925 Lost 0 27..........Birmingham 1926 Lost 6 33..........Birmingham 1927 Won 20 6...........Birmingham 1928 Lost 0 19..........Birmingham 0...........Birmingham 1929 Won 12 1930 Lost 0 13..........Birmingham 1934 Lost 6 26..........Birmingham 1935 Lost 7 17...................Athens 1941 Lost 14 27..........Birmingham 1942 Won 21 10.................. Atlanta 1944 Won 14 7...........Birmingham 1945 Lost 14 28..........Birmingham 1946 Won 14 0....................Athens 1947 Lost 7 17...................Athens 1948 Won 35 0...........Birmingham 1949 Lost 7 14...................Athens 1950 Lost 7 14..........Birmingham 1951 Lost 14 16...................Athens 1952 Lost 19 34..........Birmingham 1953 Lost 12 33...................Athens 0 0...........Birmingham 1954 Tie 1955 Won 35 14...................Athens 1956 Won 16 13..........Birmingham 1957 Lost 13 14...................Athens 1958 Lost 0 12............ Tuscaloosa 1959 Won 17 3....................Athens 1960 Lost 6 21..........Birmingham 1961 Lost 6 32...................Athens 1962 Lost 0 35..........Birmingham 1963 Lost 7 32...................Athens 1964 Lost 3 31............ Tuscaloosa 1965 Won 18 17...................Athens 1972 Lost 7 25...................Athens 1973 Lost 14 28............ Tuscaloosa 1976 Won 21 0....................Athens 1977 Lost 10 18............ Tuscaloosa 1984 Won 24 14..........Birmingham 1985 Lost 16 20...................Athens 1990 Won 17 16...................Athens 0 10............ Tuscaloosa 1991 Lost 1994 Lost 28 29............ Tuscaloosa 1995 Lost 0 31...................Athens 2002 Won 27 25............ Tuscaloosa 2003 Won 37 23...................Athens 2007 W(OT) 26 23............ Tuscaloosa 2008 Lost 30 41...................Athens 2012 Lost 28 32.................. Atlanta 2015 Lost 10 38...................Athens 2018 L (OT) 23 26.................. Atlanta TOTALS 832 1153 Record at Home: 7-13-0 Record at Sanford Stadium: 7-13-0 Record at Tuscaloosa: 2-7-0 Record at Bryant-Denny: 2-7-0 Record at Birmingham: 11-13-2 Record at Neutral Sites: 16-19-4 Games Decided by 7 points or less: 10-10-4 Longest Winning Streak: 5 (1910-1916) Longest Losing Streak: 5 (three times) Last 10 Meetings: 3-7 Biggest Win: 35 (35-0 in 1948) Biggest Loss: 36 (36-0 in 1905, 1923)

ALABAMA PRESBYTERIAN 2-0-0

1911 Won 51 0....................Athens 1913 Won 108 0....................Athens

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1985 Tie

ARIZONA 0-0-1

13 13..................El Paso

ARIZONA STATE 2-0-0

2008 Won 27 10................... Tempe 2009 Won 20 17...................Athens

ARKANSAS 10-4-0

1969 Lost 1976 Lost 1987 Won 1991 Won 1992 Won 1993 Lost 2000 Won 2001 Won 2002 Won 2004 Won 2005 Won 2009 Won 2010 Lost 2014 Won TOTALS

2 10 20 24 27 10 38 34 30 20 23 52 24 45 359

16.........New Orleans 31....................Dallas 17...............Memphis 15............ Shreveport 3........... Fayetteville 20...................Athens 7............ Fayetteville 23...................Athens 3................... Atlanta 14........... Fayetteville 20...................Athens 41........... Fayetteville 31...................Athens 32............Little Rock 273

Record at Home: 1-2-0 Record at Sanford Stadium: 2-2-0 Record at Arkansas: 4-0-0 Record at Razorback Stadium: 4-0-0 Record at War Memorial Stadium: 1-0-0 Record at Fayetteville: 4-0-0 Record at Neutral Sites: 4-2-0 Games Decided by 7 points or less: 3-1-0 Longest Winning Streak: 6 (2000-2009) Longest Losing Streak: 2 (1968, 1975) Last 10 Meetings: 8-2 Biggest Win: 31 (38-7 in 2000) Biggest Loss: 21 (10-31 in 1975)

APPALACHIAN STATE 2-0-0

2013 Won 45 6....................Athens 2017 Won 31 10...................Athens

ARKANSAS STATE 2-0-0

1997 Won 38 7....................Athens 2001 Won 45 17...................Athens

ATLANTA A.C. 1-0-0

1898 Won 14 0....................Athens

1892 Lost 1894 Won 1895 Lost 1896 Won 1898 Lost 1899 Tie 1900 Lost 1901 Tie 1902 Won 1903 Won 1904 Lost 1905 Lost 1906 Won 1907 Won 1908 Lost 1909 Lost 1910 Lost 1911 Tie 1912 Won 1913 Lost 1914 Tie 1915 Lost 1916 Lost 1919 Lost 1920 Won 1921 Won 1922 Lost 1923 Won 1924 Won 1925 Won 1926 Won

AUBURN 58-56-8 0 10 6 12 17 0 0 0 12 22 6 0 4 6 0 5 0 0 12 7 0 0 0 0 7 7 3 7 6 34 16

10.................. Atlanta 8................... Atlanta 16.................. Atlanta 6................... Atlanta 18.................. Atlanta 0................... Atlanta 44.................. Atlanta 0................... Atlanta 5................... Atlanta 13.................. Atlanta 17...................Macon 20...................Macon 0....................Macon 0....................Macon 23.........Montgomery 17.........Montgomery 26.............. Savannah 0............... Savannah 6....................Athens 21.................. Atlanta 0................... Atlanta 12...................Athens 3.............. Columbus 7.............. Columbus 0.............. Columbus 0.............. Columbus 7.............. Columbus 0.............. Columbus 0.............. Columbus 0.............. Columbus 6.............. Columbus

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1927 Won 33 1928 Won 13 1929 Won 24 1930 Won 39 1931 Won 12 1932 Lost 7 1933 Lost 6 1934 Won 18 1935 Lost 7 1936 Lost 13 0 1937 Tie 1938 Lost 14 1939 Lost 0 1940 Won 14 1941 Won 7 1942 Lost 13 1944 Won 49 1945 Won 35 1946 Won 41 1947 Won 28 1948 Won 42 1949 Tie 20 1950 Won 12 1951 Won 46 1952 Won 13 1953 Lost 18 1954 Lost 0 1955 Lost 13 1956 Lost 0 1957 Lost 0 1958 Lost 6 1959 Won 14 1960 Lost 6 1961 Lost 7 1962 Won 30 1963 Lost 0 1964 Lost 7 1965 Lost 19 1966 Won 21 1967 Won 17 1968 Won 17 1969 Lost 3 1970 Won 31 1971 Lost 20 1972 Lost 10 1973 Won 28 1974 Lost 13 1975 Won 28 1976 Won 28 1977 Lost 14 1978 Tie 22 1979 Lost 13 1980 Won 31 1981 Won 24 1982 Won 19 1983 Lost 7 1984 Lost 12 1985 Lost 10 1986 Won 20 1987 Lost 11 1988 Lost 10 1989 Lost 3 1990 Lost 10 1991 Won 37 1992 Won 14 1993 Lost 28 1994 Tie 23 1995 Lost 31 1996 W (OT) 56 1997 Lost 34 1998 Won 28 1999 Lost 21 2000 L (OT) 26 2001 Lost 17 2002 Won 24 2003 Won 26 2004 Lost 6 2005 Lost 30 2006 Won 37 2007 Won 45 2008 Won 17 2009 Won 31 2010 Lost 31 2011 Won 45 2012 Won 38 2013 Lost 38 2014 Won 34 2015 Won 13

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