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2014 georgia football media guide TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information......................2 Media Guidelines..........................3 Radio Network..............................4 Media Outlets................................5 Outlook..................................... 6-7 Rosters...................................... 8-9 Depth Chart.................................10 Dog Tracks (Notes)............... 11-13

Overtime/Notable Drives............128 Opponent Records/Margin of Victory/Defeat....................129 4th Quarter Comebacks.............130 Wins over Ranked Opponents/Streaks....... ...131-133 Annual Team Yardage...............134 Georgia’s Longest.....................135 Homecoming Games.................135 SEC Statistical Champs............136

COACHING STAFF

ACADEMICS

2014 PREVIEW

Mark Richt............................ 14-17 Assistant Coaches and Support Staff....................... 18-33

NCAA Honors Program............137 Accent on Academics................138 Academic All-SEC....................139

2014 PLAYERS

HISTORY & TRADITION

2014 Bulldogs....................... 34-54 2014 Signees......................... 55-58

OPPONENTS

Opponents/Schedules..................59

2013 SEASON REVIEW

Georgia Stats......................... 60-61 Game by Game Team Rush........62 Defensive Game by Game.....63-64 Game by Game Team..................65 Receive, Pass, Kick.....................66 The Last Time.............................67 Game Reviews ..................... 68-74

A LOOK AT GEORGIA FOOTBALL

Georgia Football................... 76-77 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 Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall....... 92-93 Locker Room & Lounge.............93 Sanford Stadium..........................94 Woodruff Practice Fields............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 on the Field................107 Walk-ons...................................108 East Campus Village.................109 This is UGA/Athens...........110-111 Famous Classmates/Celebrity.......112

RECORD BOOK

Individual Records............ 113-127 Ind. Career Stats........................123 Individual Def. Record..............124 Team Records.................... 125-127

Georgia Traditions....................140 Attendance Records..................141 Sanford Stadium................ 142-143 Starting Line-ups since 1957................................ 144-148 Lettermen.......................... 149-156 All Star Games..........................156 Georgia vs. Competition............157 Yearly Scores.................... 158-163 Series Records................... 164-169 JV Bulldogs...............................169 Captains.....................................170 All-Time Asst. Coaches............171 Former Head Coaches.......... 172-174 Former AD's..............................174 Faculty Reps..............................175 All-Southern Conf.....................175 All-SEC............................. 175-176 All-Americans................... 177-182 Colors........................................182 Herschel Walker ......................183 Sinkwich/Trippi/Sapp...............184 NFL Bulldogs.................... 185-188 College Hall of Fame................189 National Champions..................190 Winningest 1-A Teams/ SEC Titles/Milestones.............191 Poll History....................... 192-193 TV Appearances................ 194-195 Artificial Turf............................195 Bulldogs Spotlight............ 196-199

BOWL HISTORY

Bowl Records/SEC Championships................... 200-201

THE UNIVERSITY

Uga Mascots...................... 202-204 SEC/Band/Cheerleaders............205

STAFF

President, Jere Morehead/Athletic Board.........................................206 Athletic Director, Greg McGarity/.. Senior Staff...............................207 Support Staff.............................208

INDEX

Academics................. 103, 137-139 Accent on Service............. 105-106 All-Americans................... 177-182 All-Southern Conf.....................175 All-SEC............................. 175-176 All-Star Games..........................156 Artificial Turf............................195 Athens................................110-111 Athletic Board...........................206 Athletic Directors..............174, 207 Athletic Training................... 98-99 Attendance Records..................141 Band, Redcoat...........................205 Ball, Tony....................................18 Bobo, Mike.................................19 Bowl Tradition...................... 82-83 Bowl Records......... 82-83, 200-201 Bulldogs on the Field................107 Bulldogs Spotlight....... 100, 196-199 Bullpups vs. Baby Jackets............169 Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall.... 92-93 Captains............................. 170-171 Celebrities.................................112 Champions, National ................190 SEC ....................................3, 200 Champ. History.................190, 200 Champs/Life Skills...................104 Cheerleaders..............................205 Circle of Honor.........................197 Coaches, Assistant................ 18-26 All-Time Asst. Coaches...........171 Head, Current...................... 14-17 Former Head...................... 172-174 Coaches Pledge.........................103 Colors........................................182 Courson, Ron..............................33 Competition...............................157 Decade Records........................127 Depth Chart.................................10 Dog Tracks (Notes)............... 11-13 Dooley, Vince....................103, 175 Eason, John.................................28 East Campus Village.................109 Ekeler, Mike................................20 Facilities................. 92-99, 142-143 Faculty Reps......................175, 207 Friend, Will.................................21 Game Reviews, '13............... 68-74 General Information......................2 Grads, Famous..........................112 Greene, Brett...............................29 Hall of Fame, College...............189 Homecoming Games.................135 Housing.....................................109 Hutcherson, Brad........................28 Jerseys, Retired.........................184 JV Bulldogs...............................169 Lettermen.......................... 149-156 Lilly, John...................................22 Locker Room..............................93 McGarity, Greg, AD............77, 207 McClendon, Bryan......................23 Media Information....................3, 5 Milestones/SEC All-Time Standings/ ............................191 Morehead, Jere, President...77, 206 NFL Bulldogs......... 84-91, 185-188

Notes..................................... 11-13 Opportunities for Success...........78 Opponents............................. 60-62 Outlook, 2014........................... 6-7 What Parents Say?................ 80-81 Players Bios.......................... 34-58 Poll History....................... 192-193 Practice Fields.............................95 Preparation for Success...............79 Pronunciation Guide...................10 Preparation & Success................79 Pruitt, Jeremy..............................24 Radio Network..............................4 Records Annual Team Yardage.............134 4th Quarter Comebacks...........130 Individual / Career.......... 113-124 Individual Def. Record............124 Longest....................................135 Margin of Victory/Defeat........129 Overtime/Notable Drives........128 Opponent Records..129, 131-133 Record by Decade...................127 Special Teams.........................121 Team Records.................. 125-127 Wins over Ranked Opponents /Streaks.......................... 131-133 Redcoat Band............................205 Rocker, Tracy..............................25 Rosters...................................... 8-9 Richt, Mark..................... 14-17, 77 Sanford Stadium.......... 94, 142-143 Sapp, Theron.............................184 Schedule, 2013.......................... BC Opponent..................................59 Scores................................ 158-163 SEC Stat Notes..........................136 Series Records................... 164-169 Sherrer, Kevin.............................26 Signees.................................. 56-58 Sinkwich, Frank........................184 Southeastern Conf....................205 Sports Medicine.............. 33, 98-99 Staff........................ 15-33, 207-208 Senior......................................207 Support........................ 30-33, 208 Starting Line-ups............... 144-148 Stats, 2013 stats..................... 60-67 Strength & Conditioning.....30, 96-97 Traditions.................. 102-103, 140 Tereshinski, Joe...........................27 Trippi, Charley..........................184 TV Spotlight...................... 100-101 TV Appearances................ 194-195 Uga Mascots...................... 202-204 University ..........................110-111 Van Halanger, Dave....................29 Walker, Herschel ....................183 Walk-ons at UGA......................108 Weight Room........................ 96-97 Winningest 1-A Teams SEC titles................................191 Woodruff Practice Fields............95

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general information 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, ยน72; .........................................................University of Chicago, JD, '75) ENROLLMENT..................................................................... 34,536 NICKNAME.........................................................................Bulldogs COLORS..................................................................... Red and Black STADIUM.........Sanford (92,746) (natural grass-Bermuda Tifway 419) CONFERENCE............................................................ Southeastern MASCOT.............................................................................. UGA IX BAND..............................................................Georgia Redcoat Band

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

FOOTBALL STAFF

Mark Richt......................................................................... Head Coach Mike Bobo.................................. Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Jeremy Pruitt .................................Defensive Coordinator / Secondary Will Friend....................... Offensive Line / Running Game Coordinator Tony Ball.........................................................................Wide Receivers John Lilly................ Tight Ends / Offensive Special Teams Coordinator Bryan McClendon................. Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator Kevin Sherrer......................................Sam Linebackers / Star Position Mike Ekeler....... Inside Linebackers / Defensive Special Teams Coord. Tracy Rocker.................................... Defensive Line / Will Linebackers

SUPPORT STAFF

John Eason...........................................Director of Player Development Brad Hutcherson.................................Director of Football Operations Ronnie Letson...........................................Director of Player Personnel Dave Van Halanger......................................Director of Player Welfare Joe Tereshinski.......................... Director of Strength and Conditioning John Thomas.................... Senior Associate Strength and Conditioning Sherman Armstrong....................Associate Strength and Conditioning Gus Felder..................................... Assistant Strength and Conditioning Bryant Gantt....................................................... Program Coordinator Graduate Assistants Dan Inman, Kelin Johnson, Christian Robinson, Doug Saylor Quality Control Alex Johnson, Buddy Collins, Jon Richt, George Helow, Andrew Wood Ron Courson...........Senior Associate AD / Director of Sports Medicine Ryan McGovern................................. Senior Assistant Athletic Trainer Brett Greene.............................................Director of Video Operations Clark Williams.......................................... Assistant Video Coordinator Ann Hunt..........................Administrative Associate to the Head Coach Connie Connelly................................ Recruiting Program Coordinator Ben Brandenburg................................................... Recruiting Assistant Thomas Guerry...........................................................Recruiting Intern Adam Leakey...............................................................Recruiting Intern Kevin Hynes, Thomas Settles....................................... Team Chaplains John Meshad....................................................... Director of Equipment Kevin Purvis.......................................... Associate Equipment Manager Kelly McDaniel....................................................................Receptionist

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PHONES

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SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Claude Felton...................... 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. Ben Beaty................................................... Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Kate Burkholder................. Assistant Sports Comm. Dir./Social Media Jen Galas.................................................... Assistant Sports Comm. Dir. Karen Huff............................................ Media Operations Coordinator Karlene Lawrence......................................... Publications Coordinator Nick Daly, David Pifer, Becca Haaland.........Grad Assistants / Interns Student Assistants:.......... Caitlin Connell, Luke Dixon, Ann Drinkard, ........................... Brandon Estroff, Houston Gaines, Michelle Hartigan, ....................... Brooke McCoy, Anne Noland, Jack Ryan, Preston Smith. The 2014 Football Media Guide was produced by the UGA Sports Communications Office. Photo Credits: John Kelley, Rob Saye, Evey Wilson, Evan Stichler, Wes Blankenship, Radi Nabulsi, Jimmy Cribb, Dan Evans, Jim Hipple, Phillip Faulkner, Dale Zanine, Philip Williams, Perry McIntyre Jr., Randy Miller, Blane Marable, Sean Taylor, Danny White, UGA Photographic Services, Getty Images and The Associated Press. Special thanks to NFL teams for their contributions. Cover Design: The AdSmith, Athens, Ga. Lithography: Printed by Ebsco Printing Co., Birmingham, Ala.


media guidelines 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: karlene@sports.uga.edu. FOOTBALL PRACTICE - Georgia football practices are open to media and photographers/videographers for a designated period of time on designated days. The sports communications office can provide details (706-542-1621). INTERVIEWS • SUNDAY TELECONFERENCE - Coach Richt will be available to the media each Sunday afternoon following a Saturday game via telephone conference call. Media wishing to talk with Coach Richt should call the sports communications office for details. • TUESDAY MEDIA CONFERENCE - Coach Richt hosts a weekly media conference each Tuesday before a Saturday game. 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. • PLAYER INTERVIEWS - Players are available for interviews in person and by telephone, if time permits, until after practice on Wednesdays. The best times to visit with players in person are at the Tuesday media conference, or Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, following practice. • POST-PRACTICE MEDIA SESSION - Coach Richt hosts a media session on Wednesday following practice. Practice notes are posted on georgiadogs. com after every practice. • 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 an armband at all times. 2. Armbands must be secured in the Photographers’ Hospitality Area located

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............................Assoc. Commissioner for Communications Craig Pinkerton...............................................Director of Communications Tammy Wilson................................................Director of Communications Chuck Dunlap.................................................Director of Communications Sean Cartell..................................... Assistant Director of Communications Jill Skotarczak................................. Assistant Director of Communications 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.

in the Lumpkin Media Center behind the Georgia dressing room 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. 4. Cutline writers, messengers, and equipment carriers are not permitted in the sideline armband area. 5. Tripods are not permitted on the sideline. • PHOTOGRAPHERS’ HOSPITALITY AREA - A photographers’ hospitality area is located in the Lumpkin Media Center on field level behind the Georgia dressing room in the southeast tunnel. A full pre-game meal will be served in this area to all photographers approximately 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Armbands must also be picked up at this location. Internet hookups, wireless internet and phones are available in this area. PRESS BOX - The Georgia 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. • MEDIA SERVICES - Complete individual and team statistics, running play-by-play and post-game coaches' quotes are provided all working media. A pre-game meal is available to working media in the press box approximately 90 minutes before kickoff. • 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. • TELEPHONES/INTERNET - The Georgia Press Box and Photographers' Media Center are equipped with hard-wired internet hookups, 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 Same-Day FTP service including game highlights and post-game interviews will be available to television networks and stations for every Georgia home game that is NOT televised live by a major network. Post-game soundbites will be available after every game. The Tuesday FTP service will feature practice footage and interviews with Georgia coaches and players on the upcoming opponent. Call the Sports Communications office for FTP information and schedules (706-542-1621). 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 on the Internet - 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 will air content 24/7 and will include more than 1,000 live events in its first year. Set to launch on Aug. 14, 2014, 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. • SEC Championship Game - The 2014 SEC Champion will be crowned December 6 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The contest will feature the Eastern and Western Division champions. • College Football Playoff - The 2014 season will mark the inaugural College Football Playoff, which will determine the national champion for the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Under the new 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 AT&T Stadium in Dallas.

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Georgia bulldog radio network

ulldog fans can follow their favorite team throughout the 2014 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 30 major college athletic programs in the SEC and other prominent conferences. Day-to-day management of the network will be overseen by the company’s “Georgia Sports Properties” staff in Athens, which also handles the sales and marketing of Bulldog sports. Play-by-play man Scott Howard returns for his 21st season covering Bulldog football and basketball, while former UGA record-setting quarterback Eric Zeier is back to provide his insightful analysis. Loran Smith and Neil “Hondo” Williamson return as co-hosts of the popular pre-game "Tailgate Show," while veteran Atlanta sportscasters Chuck Dowdle and Tony Schiavone will also contribute post-game interviews to the broadcast, including the Locker Room Show with head coach Mark Richt. The network flagship is Atlanta’s News/Talk 750 WSB and 95.5 FM. All games will also be available via the Internet at www.georgiadogs.com on a subscription basis. 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 21st 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-by-play 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-by-play reporter since the 1997 season. A 1984 UGA graduate, he also announced Georgia baseball games from 1990-96.

2014 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network by IMG Sports crew: (Left to Right): Scott Howard (play-by-play), Loran Smith (co-host, Tailgate Show), Neil Williamson (co-host, Tailgate Show, halftime features), Jay Black (statistician), Eric Zeier (color analyst), Tony Schiavone (engineer) and Chuck Dowdle (sideline reporter, Locker Room Show).

Eric Zeier

One of Georgia's greatest quarterbacks ever, Zeier begins his eighth 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 a Regional Vice President for Bank of America.

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.

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 with head coach Mark Richt. He is also host of the "Inside Georgia Football with Mark Richt" 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 All-Time Georgia Football Radio Announcers

Play-by-Play

Color Commentary

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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Entering his 10th year as a member of the UGA Football radio crew, Tony Schiavone is the on-air engineer/producer. He is currently the sports director and midday web producer at WSB Radio in Atlanta, as well as the play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves' AAA affiliate in Gwinnett County. Before joining WSB, 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.

2014 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network Albany WGPC AM WJAD FM Albany Americus WISK FM WISK AM Americus Athens WNGC FM WRFC AM Athens Atlanta WSB AM Atlanta WSBB FM Augusta WGAC FM WGAC AM Augusta Baxley WBYZ FM Blackshear/ Waycross WKUB FM Blackshear/ Waycross WWUF FM WGIG AM Brunswick Brunswick WHFX FM WJTH AM Calhoun Carrollton WBTR FM WGOW FM Chattanooga Clarkesville WCHM AM WCLA AM Claxton Claxton WCLA FM WRWH AM Cleveland Columbus WGSY FM WQMT FM Dalton Donalsonville WGMK FM WDMG FM Douglas Dublin WEDB FM WMGZ FM Eatonton Fountain Inn, S.C. WFIS AM WXKT FM Gainesville Greensboro WDDK FM WKLY AM Hartwell Jacksonville, Fla. WJXL AM WLJA FM Jasper Louisville WPEH FM WPGA FM Macon / Perry Macon / Perry WPGA AM WMTM AM Moultrie Newnan WMGP FM WRGA AM Rome Sandersville WSNT AM Sandersville WSNT FM Savannah/ Hilton Head Isl. WSGA FM Statesboro WHKN FM Thomaston WTGA AM Thomasville WPAX AM Tifton WTIF FM Valdosta WWRQ FM Vidalia WTCQ FM Young Harris WJRB FM

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“Inside Georgia Football with Mark Richt”

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media outlets ATHENS AREA

Marc Weiszer, Sports ATHENS BANNER HERALD P.O. Box 912, Athens, GA 30603-0912 706-208-2238 marc.weiszer@onlineathens.com @marcweiszer Chip Towers, Sports ATLANTA JOURNAL CONST. 1341 Arizona Bend Bogart, Ga 30622 706-247-5590 ctowersajc@yahoo.com @ajcuga Sports Editor RED & BLACK 540 Baxter St. Athens, GA 30605 706-433-3040; 706-433-3033 (Fax) sports@randb.com @redblacksports Scott Howard, Dir. of Broadcast Op. UGA IMG Sports Network 575 Research Drive, Suite A 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 Jim Hutto, Exc. Producer WMSL RADIO (Athens) 2121 Ruth Jackson Rd. Bogart, GA 30622 770-725-8890 news88@wmsl.fm @WMSLFM 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 Gentry Estes Dawgs247 176 Spring Lake Drive Athens, Ga. 30605 205-765-4499 gestes@247sports.com @GentryEstes247

ATLANTA AREA

Paul Newberry/Charles Odum, Sports ASSOCIATED PRESS Centennial Tower Suite 2420 101 Marietta St. Atlanta, GA 30303-2705 404-754-3562, pnewberry@ap.org 404 308-3714, codum@ap.org @pnewbery1963/ - @CharlesOdum Chip Zeller, Sports WAGA TV (Fox Ch. 5) 1551 Briarcliff Rd, NE Atlanta, GA 30306 404-898-0150; 404-213-7034 (cell) Chip.zeller@foxtv.com @Fox5Sports Tiffany Smith, Assignment Manager WGCL TV (CBS Ch. 4) 425 14th St. NW Atlanta, GA 30318 404-327-3207 news@cbsatlanta.com tiffany.smith@cbsatlanta.com @cbsatlsports Zach Klein, Sports WSB TV (ABC Ch. 2) 1601 W. Peachtree St., NE Atlanta, GA 30309 404-870-3201 zach.klein@wsbtv.com @ZachKleinWSB Thomas Goodhew, Sports WXIA TV (NBC Ch. 11) One Monroe Place, NE Atlanta, GA 30324 404-873-9146; tgoodhew@wxia.gannett.com @11AliveSports Neil Williamson, Sports WSB RADIO (95.5FM and AM 750) 1601 W. Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309 404-897-7595 neil.williamson@coxinc.com Tony Schiavone, Sports Director WSB RADIO (95.5FM and AM 750) 1601 W. Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309 404-897-7500 tony.schiavone@coxradio.com @TonySchiavone24 Scott McFarlane, Sports WCNN RADIO (680 The Fan) 780 Johnson Ferry Rd. 5th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30342 404 -995.5575 scottmcfarlane@680thefan.com @SMcFarlane680 Jon Jeffries, Sports Director WZGC-"92.9-The Game" 1201 Peachtree St. NE, Suite 800 Atlanta, GA. 30361 323-219-9671 jon.jeffries@cbsradio.com @JonJeffries

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Scott Michaux, Sports AUGUSTA CHRONICLE 1211 Station Dr. Watkinsville, GA 30677 706-769-2720 scott.michaux@augustachronicle.com @ScottMichaux Dave Jordan, Sports Editor THE BRUNSWICK NEWS 3011 Altama Avenue Brunswick, GA 31520 912-265-8320 Ext. 319 djordan@thebrunswicknews.com Murray Poole, Sports BULLDAWG ILLUSTRATED 126 Wedgewood Court Brunswick, GA 31525 912-222-5876 murraypoole082@gmail.com @BD_illustrated Kevin Price, Sports Editor COLUMBUS ENQUIRER P.O. Box 711 Columbus, GA 31902 706-324-5526 kprice@ledger-enquirer.com @lesports Bill Murphy, Sports Editor GAINESVILLE TIMES P.O. Box 838 Gainesville, GA 30503 770-718-3415 bmurphy@gainesvilletimes.com @gtimes Will Hammock, Sports Editor GWINNETT DAILY POST 725 Old Norcross Road Lawrenceville, GA 30046 770-339-5850 will.hammock@gwinnettdailypost.com @gdpsports Seth Emerson, Georgia beat writer MACON TELEGRAPH 166 Holly Hills Drive Athens, GA 30605 301-728-3806 semerson@macon.com @SethEmerson John Bednarowski, Sports Editor MARIETTA JOURNAL 580 South Fairground Street Marietta, GA 30060 770-428-9411 ext. 221 SportsEditor@mdjonline.com @jbednarowski Anthony Stastny, Sports Editor SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS P.O. Box 1088 Savannah, GA 31402 912-236-9511 anthony.stastny@savannahnow.com @tstastny

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2014 outlook

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he Georgia Bulldogs will enter the 2014 preseason camp seeking to continue their record-breaking pace on offense and continuing to transition with an entirely new coaching staff on the defensive side.

“We need all our players to do things the way their coaches are asking them to do it,” Georgia head coach Mark Richt said. “We need them to buy in and give their best effort. I think if we do that, we’ve got a chance to be pretty good. During the spring, our guys were fighting like mad to try to reach the standards the coaches were setting. We’ve still got a ways to go on the field, but we’ve seen a lot of good progress.”

QUARTERBACKS The Bulldogs knew they would be breaking in a new starting quarterback this year as Aaron Murray’s eligibility would be exhausted at the end of the 2013 campaign. But Hutson Mason (6-3, 202, Sr.) got the transition under way earlier than expected when Murray went down with a knee injury versus Kentucky. Mason played most of that game and started the final two, rolling up 808 passing yards and four touchdowns. For the season, Mason was 67-of-110 for 968 yards and five touchdowns. Faton Bauta (6-3, 216, RSo.) saw limited action in three contests a year ago, but did not attempt a pass. Brice Ramsey (6-3, 205, RFr.) made strides during his redshirt campaign and will battle with Bauta for the backup slot. Jacob Park (6-4, 210, Fr.) enrolled early and went through spring drills after earning South Carolina’s Mr. Football status as a senior at Stratford High School.

RUNNING BACKS This may be one of the most well-stocked positions for the Bulldogs, especially once the members of the freshman class arrive in the fall. And that appears to be a necessity given the way the injury bug hit Georgia here a year ago. All-American and Heisman candidate Todd Gurley (6-1, 232, Jr.) missed threeplus games in 2013 with an ankle injury, yet he still wound up with 989 yards with 10 touchdowns as well as 441 yards receiving and another six scores. He already has 13 100-yard rushing games in his career. Keith Marshall (5-11, 219, Jr.) got his second career start the week after Gurley went down, only to see his season wiped out by a torn ACL. Marshall has more than 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns in his career. Brendan Douglas (5-11, 202, So.) gave the Bulldogs admirable snaps a year ago with Gurley and Marshall out of commission. Douglas demonstrated some punishing running skills and wound up with 345 TB Todd Gurley yards and three touchdowns, along with 13

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catches for 172 yards and a score. A.J. Turman (6-0, 198, RFr.) redshirted a year ago but will be in the mix, while Kyle Karempelis (5-9, 180, Sr.) will provide additional depth.

WIDE RECEIVERS

Injuries took their toll on the receiving corps in 2013, but Georgia will open camp with newly created depth thanks to the amount of playing time the reserves logged. Chris Conley (6-3, 206, Sr.) led the Bulldogs a year ago with 45 catches for 651 yards and four touchdowns, including two 100yard games. Michael Bennett (6-3, 205, Sr.) added 41 grabs for 538 yards and four scores to rank second, despite being sidelined for a pair of games with a knee injury of his own. The season for Malcolm Mitchell (6-1, 190, Sr.) was derailed in the opener when he tore his ACL on Georgia’s second offensive series. He did not have any catches in 2013, but for his career, Mitchell has more than 1,200 yards receiving with eight touchdowns. Justin Scott-Wesley (5-11, 206, Jr.) had 16 catches for 311 yards and two touchdowns before going down with a season-ending knee injury as well. Reggie Davis (6-0, 159, So.) hauled in 11 passes for 257 yards, including a school record-setting 98-yarder for a touchdown against North Texas that ended up being the third-longest reception in the nation last year. Jonathon Rumph (6-5, 208, Sr.) didn’t get going until the stretch run due to a hamstring injury, but he made seven grabs for 121 yards. Michael Erdman (5-10, 191, Sr.), Kenneth Towns (6-3, 201, So.) and Blake Tibbs (6-2, 179, So.) combined for seven catches for 65 yards, and Towns had a touchdown reception. Clay Johnson (6-1, 171, So.) turned heads during spring practices and could see a greater role this fall. Converted cornerback Brendan Langley (6-1, 181, So.) is expected to enter the mix during camp as well.

TIGHT ENDS/FULLBACKS Gone is All-SEC and Miami Dolphins’ draft pick Arthur Lynch, who was a mainstay for the Bulldogs the last two seasons. Georgia’s options in the fall will be led by Jay Rome (6-6, 254, Jr.), who had nine catches in eight games for 99 yards. Rome had offseason foot surgery, missing the spring, but is expected to contribute again in 2014. Quayvon Hicks (6-2, 257, Jr.) accentuated his fullback knowledge by playing tight end during the spring. Georgia also has Jordan Davis (6-4, 225, RFr.), who is also coming off an injury, Jared Chapple (6-4, 227, So.) and Jack Loonam (6-0, 213, Jr.). When the Bulldogs utilize fullbacks, they will have options with Hicks, Merritt Hall (5-11, 226, Jr.), Dominic Bryan (6-0, 236, So.), Cameron Faulkner (5-11, 240, Jr.) and Taylor Maxey (5-10, 220, Sr.).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN The Bulldogs must replace three-fifths of their starting lineup after the departures of tackle Kenarious Gates and guards Chris Burnette and Dallas Lee. A year ago,


2014 outlook the offensive line paved the way for more than 6,000 yards and 50-plus touchdowns. All-Star candidate David Andrews (6-2, 295, Sr.) is back to anchor the line from his center position for the fourth year in a row. Josh Cardiello (6-3, 299, R.Fr.) will enter camp as one of his reserves. John Theus (6-6, 298, Jr.) has made more than 20 starts as a tackle in his two seasons. Mark Beard (6-5, 300, Sr.) and Kolton Houston (6-5, 280, Sr.) also have starting experience at tackle. Watts Dantzler (6-7, 307, Sr.), Zach DeBell (6-6, 273, Jr.) and Xzavier Ward (6-7, 278, Jr.) will vie for playing time as well. The top candidates at guard appear to be Houston, Greg Pyke (6-6, 326, So.), Brandon Kublanow (6-3, 290, So.), Hunter Long (6-4, 312, Jr.) and Aulden Bynum (6-5, 261, R.Fr.).

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN/WILL LINEBACKERS Tracy Rocker enters his first season as the Bulldogs’ defensive line and Will linebackers coach. The 1988 Outland and Lombardi awards winner and College Football Hall of Fame inductee is a 17-year veteran of college coaching, with most of his time having been spent in the SEC. At end, Sterling Bailey (6-3, 282, Jr.) performed well in 2013 as a part-time starter with 34 tackles and a sack. Josh Dawson (6-4, 254, Jr.) is coming off a strong spring, while Ray Drew (6-5, 276, Sr.) had his finest season a year ago, rolling up 43 tackles, including six sacks and eight tackles for loss. The Bulldogs will evaluate Mike Thornton (6-1, 290, Sr.), Chris Mayes (6-4, 321, Jr.) and John Taylor (6-4, 336, So.) at nose. Mayes had 31 stops a year ago to lead this group. James DeLoach (6-3, 265, Jr.), John Atkins (6-4, 322, RFr.) and Toby Johnson (6-4, 305, Sr.) are the top candidates at end. At Will linebacker, Amarlo Herrera (6-2, 244, Sr.) contributed 112 tackles, which was third in the league, with five sacks and an interception. Tim Kimbrough (6-0, 228, So.) and 2013 special teams captain Kosta Vavlas (6-0, 214, Sr.) will back up Herrera in camp.

JACK/MIKE LINEBACKERS Mike Ekeler, most recently of Southern Cal, will oversee the Jack (a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker) and Mike (middle linebacker) positions this season. At Jack, Jordan Jenkins (6-3, 246, Jr.) paced the Bulldogs with 12 tackles for loss among his total of 45 stops. Jenkins also pounced on two fumbles. Davin Bellamy (6-5, 235, R.Fr.) and Johnny O’Neal (6-2, 225, So.) will back him up in camp. All-SEC First Team Ramik Wilson (6-2, 232, Sr.) became the centerpiece of the Bulldogs’ defense a year ago at Mike linebacker, registering an SEC-high 133 total tackles, including 11 for loss and four sacks. Wilson is one of only three Bulldogs to ever lead the league in tackles. Reggie Carter (6-1, 229, So.) and Ryne Rankin (6-1, 222, So.) will get a look during the preseason as well.

SAM LINEBACKERS/STAR The Sam (strongside) linebackers and the Star (a hybrid safety/linebacker) position will be coached by Kevin Sherrer, who joined the Bulldogs after spending a season as South Alabama’s defensive coordinator. Freshman All-American Leonard Floyd (6-4, 220, So.) emerged as the Bulldogs’ top player at Sam linebacker in 2013. Floyd posted a team-best and SEC-best for freshmen 6.5 sacks

among his 55 tackles and tied for the team lead with two caused fumbles. Shaun McGee (6-3, 233, R.Fr.) will serve as a backup. Converted tailback J.J. Green (5-9, 183, So.) adapted well to the Star position during spring drills and left the spring atop the depth chart. Green was second on the team with 68 carries for 384 yards and three scores in 2013 and had more than 100 yards receiving. The Bulldogs also have Tramel Terry (6-0, 184, RFr.) working at the position.

DEFENSIVE BACKS With Jeremy Pruitt, the Bulldogs’ new defensive coordinator, overseeing the cornerbacks and the free safeties, this embattled group from a year ago should be much improved. Pruitt was the coordinator for Florida State a year ago as the Seminoles won the national championship. Damian Swann (5-11, 178, Sr.) started all 13 games at corner in 2013, posting 57 tackles and breaking up eight passes. Devin Bowman (6-0, 180, Jr.) made strides last season and Kennar Johnson (62, 185, Sr.) hopes to continue his development. At the other corner, Aaron Davis (6-1, 190, R.Fr.) emerged from spring drills atop the depth chart. Sheldon Dawson (5-11, 190, Jr.), Reggie Wilkerson (511, 171, RFr.) and Tristan Askew (5-11, 177, Jr.) will also be in the mix. Veterans Corey Moore (6-2, 214, Sr.), Quincy Mauger (6-0, 200, So.) and Lucas Redd (6-1, 207, Sr.) are the top candidates at free safety. Jesse Jones (6-0, 194, Jr.), Jonah Guinn (6-0, 210, So.) and Javonté Nelson (5-1, 198, Jr.) will provide additional depth for Georgia.

SPECIALISTS Marshall Morgan (6-3, 200, Jr.) earned All-SEC honors a year ago after hitting 22-of-24 field goals – including 7-of-8 beyond 40 yards – and converting 47-of-47 extra points. He will enter the season having hit the last 17 field goals of the 2013 campaign, which is a school record, his last 81 PATs and as the SEC’s leader last season with 10.3 points a game and his 22 field goals. Patrick Beless (5-9, 162, Jr.) subbed admirably for Morgan the first two games of last season, going 2-for-2 on field goals and 10-for-10 on extra points. Collin Barber (6-2, 200, Jr.) and Adam Erickson (5-10, 171, Sr.) shared the punting duties in 2013. Barber averaged 44.1 yards on 29 punts, while Erickson recorded a 40.5yard average on 13 tries to end the season. They also combined on 14 punts inside the 20-yard line. Nathan Theus (6-3, 241, Jr.) and Trent Frix (6-0, 218, So.) each saw significant time at snapper and will continue to battle, along with Matt Herzwurm (6-0, 225, Fr.), for playing time. WLB Amarlo Herrera

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2014 Rosters Numerical Roster 1 Tramel Terry, S 2 Sheldon Dawson, CB 3 Todd Gurley, TB 3 Paris Bostick, ILB 4 Brendan Langley, WR 4 Keith Marshall, TB 5 Damian Swann, CB 6 Michael Erdman, SE 7 Jacob Park, QB 8 Blake Tibbs, FLK 8 Shaun McGee, OLB 9 Kenneth Towns, SE 9 Reggie Wilkerson, CB 10 Faton Bauta, QB 10 Kennar Johnson, CB 12 Brice Ramsey, QB 13 Marshall Morgan, PK 14 Hutson Mason, QB 15 J.J. Green, TB 16 James Davis, CB 17 Davin Bellamy, OLB 18 Jonathon Rumph, SE 18 Jesse Jones, CB 19 Javonte’ Nelson, CB 20 Quincy Mauger, FS 22 Brendan Douglas, TB 23 James Eunice, WR 23 Jonah Guinn, S 24 Lucas Redd, FS 26 Malcolm Mitchell, FLK 26 Tristan Askew, CB 30 Kosta Vavlas, ILB 31 Chris Conley, FLK 32 Collin Barber, P 32 Ridge Underwood, ILB 33 Kyle Vagher, TB 35 A.J. Turman, TB 35 Aaron Davis, CB 36 Kyle Karempelis, TB 36 Devin Gillespie, SS 37 Devin Bowman, CB 38 Ryne Rankin, ILB 38 Clay Johnson, FLK 39 Corey Moore, SS 39 Dominic Bryan, TB 41 Brandon Burrows, OLB 41 Jared Chapple, TE 42 Tim Kimbrough, ILB

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No. Name Pos. C lass Hgt. Wgt. Exp. Birthdate Hometown Previous School 61 David Andrews C Sr. 6-2 295 3VL 07-10-92 Johns Creek, Ga. Wesleyan 26 Tristan Askew CB Sr. 5-11 177 SQ 11-13-91 Kent, Wash. Eastern Oregon 97 John Atkins N RFr. 6-4 322 SQ 12-21-92 Thomson, Ga. Hargrave Military 58 Sterling Bailey DE Jr. 6-3 282 1VL 09-13-92 Gainesville, Ga. East Hall 32 Collin Barber P Jr. 6-2 200 1VL 11-11-93 Cartersville, Ga. Cartersville Faton Bauta QB RSo. 6-3 216 SQ 01-02-94 W. Palm Beach, Fla. Dwyer 10 79 Mark Beard OT Sr. 6-5 300 2VL 12-01-91 Adamsville, Ala. Coffeyville (Kan.) CC 93 Patrick Beless PK Jr. 5-9 162 SQ 05-21-93 Atlanta, Ga. Marist 17 Davin Bellamy OLB RFr. 6-5 235 SQ 12-27-94 Chamblee, Ga. Chamblee 82 Michael Bennett SE Sr. 6-3 205 3VL 12-19-91 Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta Paris Bostick ILB RFr. 6-1 217 SQ 07-10-95 Tampa, Fla. Plant 3 37 Devin Bowman CB Jr. 6-0 180 2VL 01-26-92 Rossville, Ga. Ridgeland 39 Dominic Bryan TB RSo. 6-0 236 SQ 02-02-94 Germantown, Md. Georgetown Prep 41 Brandon Burrows OLB Sr. 6-3 235 SQ 09-19-91 Marietta, Ga. Walton 70 Aulden Bynum OL RFr. 6-5 261 SQ 09-14-94 Valdosta, Ga. Valwood School Josh Cardiello OG RFr. 6-3 299 SQ 03-24-95 Buford, Ga. Buford 60 45 Reggie Carter ILB So. 6-1 229 1VL 09-20-94 Snellville, Ga. South Gwinnett 41 Jared Chapple TE RSo. 6-4 227 SQ 11-23-93 Alpharetta, Ga. Greater Atlanta Christian 31 Chris Conley FLK Sr. 6-3 206 3VL 10-25-92 Dallas, Ga. North Paulding 78 Watts Dantzler OG Sr. 6-7 307 1VL 11-16-91 Dalton, Ga. Dalton Aaron Davis CB RFr. 6-1 190 SQ 10-18-94 Locust Grove, Ga. Luella 35 16 James Davis CB Jr. 5-11 205 HS 05-04-93 Baconton, Ga. Baconton Charter 85 Jordan Davis TE RFr. 6-4 225 SQ 03-10-95 Thomson, Ga. Thomson 81 Reggie Davis FLK So. 6-0 159 1VL 11-22-95 Tallahassee, Fla. Lincoln 91 Josh Dawson DE Jr. 6-4 275 2VL 01-10-94 Tucker, Ga. Tucker 2 Sheldon Dawson CB Jr. 5-11 190 2VL 12-17-93 North Memphis, Tenn. Ridgeway 76 Zach DeBell OT Jr. 6-6 273 SQ 08-06-93 Tarpon Springs, Fla. Tarpon Springs 89 James DeLoach OLB Jr. 6-3 265 1VL 02-13-94 Millen, Ga. Jenkins County 22 Brendan Douglas TB So. 5-11 202 1VL 07-14-94 Augusta, Ga. Aquinas 47 Ray Drew DE Sr. 6-5 276 3VL 09-24-92 Thomasville, Ga. Thomas County 6 Michael Erdman SE Sr. 5-10 191 SQ 03-24-92 Merritt Island, Fla. Central Catholic 97 Adam Erickson P Sr. 5-10 171 2VL 04-02-92 Athens, Ga. Clarke Central 23 James Eunice* WR Sr. 6-0 175 HS 06-16-93 Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta 44 Cameron Faulkner FB Jr. 5-11 240 SQ 12-30-92 Snellville, Ga. Bethel University 84 Leonard Floyd OLB So. 6-4 220 1VL 09-08-92 Eastman, Ga. Hargrave Military 69 Trent Frix SN So. 6-0 218 SQ 03-08-93 Calhoun, Ga. Air Force Academy 36 Devin Gillespie SS RSo. 5-10 189 SQ 05-06-93 Grayson, Ga. Grayson 15 J.J. Green TB So. 5-9 183 1VL 06-22-95 Kingsland, Ga. Camden County 23 Jonah Guinn S So. 6-0 210 TR 12-31-93 Walnut Grove, Ga. Reinhardt Univ. 3 Todd Gurley TB Jr. 6-1 232 2VL 08-03-94 Tarboro, N.C. Tarboro 43 Merritt Hall FB Jr. 5-11 226 2VL 07-09-92 Alpharetta, Ga. Wesleyan School 52 Amarlo Herrera ILB Sr. 6-2 244 3VL 09-20-91 College Park, Ga. North Clayton 48 Quayvon Hicks FB Jr. 6-2 257 2VL 07-17-94 Blackshear, Ga. Pierce County 75 Kolton Houston OT Sr. 6-5 280 1VL 07-25-91 Buford, Ga. Buford 59 Jordan Jenkins OLB Jr. 6-3 246 2VL 07-01-94 Hamilton, Ga. Harris County 38 Clay Johnson FLK RSo. 6-1 171 SQ 09-28-93 Calhoun, Ga. Calhoun De’Andre Johnson N RFr. 6-3 311 SQ 09-04-94 Newnan, Ga. Northgate 57 10 Kennar Johnson CB Jr. 6-2 185 SQ 12-18-92 Miami, Fla. Gulf Coast (Miss.) CC 88 Toby Johnson DE Sr. 6-4 305 1VL 09-01-91 College Park, Ga. Hutchinson (Kan.) CC 18 Jesse Jones CB Jr. 6-0 194 SQ 06-16-93 Alto, Ga. Habersham Central 36 Kyle Karempelis TB Sr. 5-9 180 1VL 03-02-92 Roswell, Ga. Wesleyan School 46 Sam Kennon FB Fr. 5-10 222 HS 06-24-94 Watkinsville, Ga. Prince Avenue 42 Tim Kimbrough ILB So. 6-0 228 1VL 10-29-94 Indianapolis, Ind. Warren Central 54 Brandon Kublanow OG So. 6-3 290 1VL 04-05-95 Marietta, Ga. Walton 4 Brendan Langley WR So. 6-1 181 1VL 10-16-94 Marietta, Ga. Kell C Jr. 6-4 312 SQ 12-29-93 Memphis, Tenn. Briarcrest Christian 66 Hunter Long 43 Tommy Long ILB RSo. 6-2 218 SQ 12-17-93 Marietta, Ga. Wheeler 83 Jack Loonam TE Sr. 6-0 213 SQ 05-01-93 Lexington, S.C. Lexington 4 Keith Marshall TB Jr. 5-11 219 2VL 02-16-94 Raleigh, N.C. Millbrook *Eunice was expected to be a walk-on for the Bulldogs arriving in August 2011, but drowned in an accident earlier that year


2014 rosters Numerical Roster (cont’d.) 43 Merritt Hall, FB

43 Tommy Long, ILB

44 Cameron Faulkner, FB 45 Reggie Carter, ILB

46 A.J. McDonald, ILB 46 Sam Kennon, FB 47 Ray Drew, DE

47 Taylor Maxey, FB

48 Quayvon Hicks, FB

48 Dillard Pinkston, OLB 49 Nathan Theus, SN

50 Johnny O’Neal, ILB 51 Ramik Wilson, ILB

52 Amarlo Herrera, ILB

54 Brandon Kublanow, OG 55 Billy Seward, OG

57 De’Andre Johnson, N 58 Sterling Bailey, DE

59 Jordan Jenkins, OLB 60 Josh Cardiello, OG 61 David Andrews, C

63 Xzavier Ward, OT

65 Eddie McQuillen, OT 66 Hunter Long, C

67 Michael Scullin, OL 69 Trent Frix, SN

70 Aulden Bynum, OL 71 John Theus, OT 73 Greg Pyke, OG

74 Thomas Swilley, OL

75 Kolton Houston, OT 76 Zach DeBell, OT

77 Glenn Welch, OL

78 Watts Dantzler, OG 79 Mark Beard, OT

81 Reggie Davis, FLK

82 Michael Bennett, SE 83 Jack Loonam, TE

84 Leonard Floyd, OLB 85 Jordan Davis, TE

86 Justin Scott-Wesley, SE 87 Jay Rome, TE

88 Toby Johnson, DE

89 James DeLoach, OLB 91 Josh Dawson, DE 93 Chris Mayes, N

93 Patrick Beless, PK 94 Jon Taylor, DE

94 Thomas Pritchard, PK 96 Mike Thornton, N 97 John Atkins, N

97 Adam Erickson, P

No. 14 20 47 93 46 8 65 26 39 13 19 50 7 94 73 12 38 24 87 18 86 67 55 5 74 94 1 71 49 96 8 9 35 32 33 30 63 77 9 51

Name Pos. Class Hgt. Wgt. Exp. Birthdate Hutson Mason QB Sr. 6-3 202 3VL 09-20-91 Quincy Mauger FS So. 6-0 200 1VL 03-04-95 Taylor Maxey FB Sr. 5-10 220 SQ 11-23-91 Chris Mayes N Jr. 6-4 321 1VL 09-27-91 A.J. McDonald ILB Sr. 6-0 226 SQ 05-01-92 Shaun McGee OLB RFr. 6-3 233 SQ 02-24-95 Eddie McQuillen OT Jr. 6-8 300 SQ 07-28-93 Malcolm Mitchell FLK Jr. 6-1 190 2VL 07-20-92 Corey Moore SS Sr. 6-2 214 3VL 01-28-93 Marshall Morgan PK Jr. 6-3 200 2VL 11-28-93 Javonte’ Nelson CB Jr. 5-11 198 HS 10-09-92 Johnny O’Neal ILB So. 6-2 225 SQ 03-20-95 Jacob Park QB Fr. 6-4 210 HS 10-12-95 Thomas Pritchard PK RSo. 5-10 164 SQ 01-06-94 Greg Pyke OG RSo. 6-6 326 SQ 06-04-93 Brice Ramsey QB RFr. 6-3 205 SQ 04-11-95 Ryne Rankin ILB So. 6-1 222 1VL 10-01-93 Lucas Redd FS Sr. 6-1 207 1VL 09-05-91 Jay Rome TE Jr. 6-6 254 2VL 12-12-92 Jonathon Rumph SE Sr. 6-5 208 1VL 10-24-91 Justin Scott-Wesley SE Jr. 5-11 206 2VL 06-25-93 Michael Scullin OL RFr. 6-2 285 SQ 01-31-95 Billy Seward OG RFr. 6-3 270 SQ 09-08-94 Damian Swann CB Sr. 5-11 178 3VL 12-04-92 Thomas Swilley OL RFr. 6-3 320 SQ 05-16-95 Jon Taylor DE RSo. 6-4 336 1VL 11-19-93 Tramel Terry S RFr. 6-0 184 SQ 05-17-94 John Theus OT Jr. 6-6 298 2VL 01-19-94 Nathan Theus SN Jr. 6-3 241 1VL 07-02-92 Mike Thornton N Sr. 6-1 290 2VL 01-01-92 Blake Tibbs FLK RSo. 6-2 179 SQ 10-21-93 Kenneth Towns SE RSo. 6-3 201 1VL 10-01-93 A.J. Turman TB RFr. 6-0 198 SQ 04-04-95 Ridge Underwood ILB So. 6-2 230 TR 07-11-94 Kyle Vagher TB Jr. 5-9 206 TR 06-18-92 Kosta Vavlas ILB Sr. 6-0 214 3VL 07-23-92 Xzavier Ward OT Jr. 6-7 278 1VL 04-10-93 Glenn Welch OL RFr. 6-3 290 SQ 11-10-94 Reggie Wilkerson S RFr. 5-11 171 SQ 06-22-94 Ramik Wilson ILB Sr. 6-2 232 2VL 08-19-92

Hometown Previous School Marietta, Ga. Lassiter Marietta, Ga. Kell Statham, Ga. North Oconee Griffin, Ga. Spalding Suwanee, Ga. Appalachian State Snellville, Ga. Brookwood Newnan, Ga. Trinity Christian Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta Griffin, Ga. Griffin Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Heritage Wrens, Ga. Jefferson County Dublin, Ga. West Laurens Goose Creek, S.C. Stratford Louisville, Ga. Jefferson County Baltimore, Md. The Boys’ Latin School Kingsland, Ga. Camden County Orlando, Fla. East River Jefferson, Ga. Jefferson Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta Cayce, S.C. Holmes Camilla, Ga. Mitchell County Cumming, Ga. South Forsyth Watkinsville, Ga. Oconee County Atlanta, Ga. Grady Athens, Ga. Cedar Shoals Millen, Ga. Jenkins County Goose Creek, S.C. Goose Creek Jacksonville, Fla. Bolles Jacksonville, Fla. Bolles Stone Mountain, Ga. Stephenson Lithonia, Ga. Martin Luther King, Jr. Albany, Ga. Westover Orlando, Fla. Boone Moultrie, Ga. Colquitt County Fayetteville, Ga. Whitewater Tarpon Springs, Fla. Tarpon Springs Moultrie, Ga. Colquitt County Jesup, Ga. Wayne County Ocala, Fla. North Marion Tampa, Fla. Jefferson

2014 Signees

Hunter Atkinson TE Fr. 6-5 250 HS 09-09-95 Oakwood, Ga. West Hall Kendall Baker OL Fr. 6-6 275 HS 09-03-95 Atlanta, Ga. Marist Detric Bing-Dukes LB Fr. 6-0 232 HS 03-26-96 Atlanta, Ga. Tucker Charlotte Christian Jeb Blazevich TE Fr. 6-5 230 HS 08-18-95 Charlotte, N.C. Keyon Brown WDE Fr. 6-3 240 HS 09-28-95 Wauchula, Fla. Hardee County Lorenzo Carter DE Fr. 6-6 230 HS 12-10-95 Norcross, Ga. Norcross Nick Chubb RB Fr. 5-10 215 HS 12-27-95 Cedartown, Ga. Cedartown Jake Edwards OL Fr. 6-4 271 HS 11-08-95 Franklin, Ga. Heard County Grayson/Hutchinson (Kan) CC Shattle Fenteng DB Jr. 6-2 200 Tr. 07-02-93 Loganville, Ga. Lamont Gaillard DT Fr. 6-2 328 HS 02-08-96 Fayetteville, N.C. Pine Forest Charlie Hegedus WR Jr. 6-2 210 Tr. 05-05-93 Marietta, Ga. Lassiter / N.C. State Rico Johnson WR Fr. 5-11 172 HS 02-23-94 Adrian, Ga. Swainsboro Shaquille Jones DB Fr. 6-2 175 HS 03-01-96 Palm Bay, Fla. Merritt Island Isaiah McKenzie ATH Fr. 5-8 175 HS 04-09-95 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. American Heritage Sony Michel RB Fr. 5-11 205 HS 02-17-95 Plantation, Fla. American Heritage Malkom Parrish DB Fr. 5-10 185 HS 01-12-95 Quitman, Ga. Brooks County Dominick Sanders DB Fr. 6-0 190 HS 11-17-95 Tucker, Ga. Tucker Dyshon Sims OL Fr. 6-4 278 HS 01-25-96 Valdosta, Ga. Lowndes Shakenneth Williams WR Fr. 6-1 195 HS 03-18-95 Macon, Ga. Rutland Isaiah Wynn OL Fr. 6-2 269 HS 12-09-95 St. Petersburg, Fla. Lakewood

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pre-season DEPTH CHART OFFENSE X LT LG C RG RT FB H QB TB Z Y

82 18 *86 *6 71 79 78 76 75 54 55 67 61 60 77 73 66 85 74 71 75 78 63 43 47 44 39 48 41 83 *87 *85 14 10 12 3 22 36 33 *4 *35 81 8 4 38 31 9 *26

Michael Bennett (6-3, 205, Sr.) Jonathon Rumph (6-5, 208, Sr.) Justin Scott-Wesley (5-11, 206, Jr.) Michael Erdman (5-10, 191, Sr.) John Theus (6-6, 298, Jr.) OR Mark Beard (6-5, 300, Sr.) Watts Dantzler (6-7, 307, Sr.) Zach DeBell (6-6, 273, Sr.) Kolton Houston (6-5, 280, Sr.) Brandon Kublanow (6-3, 290, So.) Billy Seward (6-3, 270, RFr.) Michael Scullin (6-2, 285, RFr.) David Andrews (6-2, 295, Sr.) Josh Cardiello (6-3, 299, RFr.) Glenn Welch (6-3, 290, RFr.) Greg Pyke (6-6, 326, RSo.) Hunter Long (6-4, 312, Jr.) Aulden Bynum (6-5, 261, RFr.) Thomas Swilley (6-3, 320, RFr.) John Theus (6-6, 298, Jr.) OR Kolton Houston (6-5, 280, Sr.) Watts Dantzler (6-7, 307, Sr.) Xzavier Ward (6-7, 278, Jr.) Merritt Hall (5-11, 226, Jr.) Taylor Maxey (5-10, 220, Sr.) Cameron Faulkner (5-11, 240, Sr.) Dominic Bryan (6-0, 236, RSo.) Quayvon Hicks (6-2, 257, Jr.) Jared Chapple (6-4, 227, RSo.) Jack Loonam (6-0, 213, Jr.) Jay Rome (6-6, 254, Jr.) Jordan Davis (6-4, 225, RFr.) Hutson Mason (6-3, 202, Sr.) Faton Bauta (6-3, 216, RSo.) OR Brice Ramsey (6-3, 205, RFr.) Todd Gurley (6-1, 232, Jr.) Brendan Douglas (5-11, 202, So.) Kyle Karempelis (5-9, 180, Sr.) Kyle Vagher (5-9, 206, Jr.) Keith Marshall (5-11, 219, Jr.) A.J. Turman (6-0, 198, RFr.) Reggie Davis (6-0, 159, So.) Blake Tibbs (6-2, 179, RSo.) Brendan Langley (6-1, 181, So.) Clay Johnson (6-1, 171, RSo.) Chris Conley (6-3, 206, Sr.) Kenneth Towns (6-3, 201, RSo.) Malcolm Mitchell (6-1, 190, Jr.)

12 starters listed on offense; *recovering from injuries

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DEFENSE DT 89 97 88 96 N 93 94 DE 58 91 47 SAM 84 8 43 JACK 59 17 50 MIKE 51 45 38 32 WILL 52 42 30 46 BC 35 2 9 26 SC 5 37 10 SS 15 1 36 16 FS 39 20 24 23 18 19

James DeLoach (6-3, 265, Jr.) John Atkins (6-4, 322, RFr.) Toby Johnson (6-4, 305, Sr.) Mike Thornton (6-1, 290, Sr.) Chris Mayes (6-4, 321, Jr.) Jon Taylor (6-4, 336, RSo.) Sterling Bailey (6-3, 282, Jr.) Josh Dawson (6-4, 275, Jr.) Ray Drew (6-5, 276, Sr.) Leonard Floyd (6-4, 220, So.) Shaun McGee (6-3, 233, RFr.) Tommy Long (6-2, 218, RSo.) Jordan Jenkins (6-3, 246, Jr.) Davin Bellamy (6-5, 235, RFr.) Johnny O’Neal (6-2, 225, So.) Ramik Wilson (6-2, 232, Sr.) Reggie Carter (6-1, 229, So.) Ryne Rankin (6-1, 222, So.) Ridge Underwood (6-2, 230, So.) Amarlo Herrera (6-2, 244, Sr.) Tim Kimbrough (6-0, 228, So.) Kosta Vavlas (6-0, 214, Sr.) A.J. McDonald (6-0, 226, Sr.) Aaron Davis (6-1, 190, RFr.) Sheldon Dawson (5-11, 190, Jr.) Reggie Wilkerson (5-11, 171, RFr.) Tristan Askew (5-11, 177, Jr.) Damian Swann (5-11, 178, Sr.) Devin Bowman (6-0, 180, Jr.) Kennar Johnson (6-2, 185, Jr.) J.J. Green (5-9, 183, So.) Tramel Terry (6-0, 184, RFr.) Devin Gillespie (5-10, 189, RSo.) James Davis (5-11, 205, Jr.) Corey Moore (6-2, 214, Sr.) Quincy Mauger (6-0, 200, So.) OR Lucas Redd (6-1, 207, Sr.) Jonah Guinn (6-0, 210, So.) Jesse Jones (6-0, 194, Jr.) Javonte’ Nelson (5-11, 198, Jr.)

SPECIALISTS P PK SN

32 97 13 93 94 49 69 59

Colin Barber (6-2, 200, Jr.) OR Adam Erickson (5-10, 171, Sr.) Marshall Morgan (6-3, 200, Jr.) Patrick Beless (5-9, 162, Jr.) Thomas Pritchard (5-10, 164, RSo.) Nathan Theus (6-3, 241, Jr.) Trent Frix (6-0, 218, So.) Matt Herzwurm (6-0, 225, Fr.)

Pronunciation Guide Faton Bauta.............. .FAH-tone BOUT-ah Zach DeBell................................de-BELL Amarlo Herrera...................... a-MAR-low Quayvon Hicks........................ KWAY-von Kyle Karempelis.................kar-EMP-e-lis John Theus..................................THEE-us Nathan Theus..............................THEE-us Kosta Vavlas.................COAST-a VAV-las Xzavier Ward.......................x-ZAY-vee-er Ramik Wilson.............................ra-MEEK Signees Jeb Blazevich................... BLAY-zuh-vich Keyon Brown..............................KEY-ahn Lamont Gaillard.......................... Gill-yard Sony Michel................................ Michelle

Returning Lettermen BASIC OFFENSE......................Pro Style BASIC DEFENSE............................... 3-4 LETTERMEN RETURNING.............51 Offense: 23............................. Defense: 23 Specialists.................................................4 LETTERMEN LOST...........................23 Offense: 14............................. Defense: 10 Specialists.................................................0 STARTERS RETURNING: 16 of 24 OFFENSE (6) – C David Andrews, OT John Theus, TB Todd Gurley, FB Merrit Hall, WR Michael Bennett, WR Chris Conley, DEFENSE (8) – ILB Ramik Wilson, ILB Amarlo Herrera, DE Sterling Bailey, N Chris Mayes, OLB Jordan Jenkins, OLB Leonard Floyd, CB Damian Swann, FS Quincy Mauger. SPECIALISTS (2) – P Adam Erickson, PK Marshall Morgan.


dog tracks 2014 Georgia Schedule

Aug. 30 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Clemson (ESPN) 5:30 p.m. @ *South Carolina (CBS) 3:30 p.m. Troy (SEC Network) 12:00 p.m. *Tennessee TBA *Vanderbilt TBA @ *Missouri TBA vs. #*Arkansas TBA vs. ^*Florida (CBS) 3:30 p.m. @ *Kentucky TBA *Auburn TBA Charleston Southern TBA Georgia Tech TBA

#War Memorial Stadium (Little Rock, Ark.); ^EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.); *SEC games

2014 Key Dates

August 30 - Season opener vs. Clemson September 13 - SEC opener @ South Carolina October 4 - Homecoming vs. Vanderbilt

An Opener Vs. The ACC Again

The beginning of the 2014 season will mark the second consecutive season that the Bulldogs will open against Clemson from the ACC. Last year, Georgia traveled to Clemson, S.C., and fell to the eighth-ranked Tigers 38-35. The 2013 matchup marked the first time in the last six tries that Clemson topped the Bulldogs. The last time Georgia squared off against the Tigers in Sanford Stadium, the Bulldogs edged Clemson 31-28 in 2002.

First Up In The SEC

Since 1992, Georgia has opened its SEC schedule up against South Carolina in every season but one. In 2012, the Bulldogs traveled to Columbia, Mo., rather than Columbia, S.C., to start their league play. Georgia beat Missouri 41-20 in the Tigers’ first ever SEC game. This season, the Bulldogs again play their first game versus South Carolina and the matchup will be held in the Gamecocks’ home stadium. Georgia beat sixth-ranked South Carolina 41-30 in Sanford Stadium last season.

2013 Georgia Results

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Jan. 1

@ #8 Clemson L, 38-35 #6 *South Carolina W, 41-30 North Texas W, 45-21 #6 *LSU W, 44-41 @ *Tennessee W, 34-31 (ot) #25 *Missouri L, 41-26 @ *Vanderbilt L, 31-27 vs. ^*Florida (@ Jax.) W, 23-20 Appalachian State W, 45-6 @ #7 *Auburn L, 43-38 *Kentucky W, 59-17 @ Georgia Tech W, 41-34 (2 ot) vs. ^!Nebraska L, 24-19

^EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.); !TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl; *SEC games

2014 Bulldog Storylines

High-Octane Offense

Georgia has six returning starters on offense that helped set a school record by averaging 484 yards per game in 2013. That tally ranked fourth in the SEC. The Bulldogs ranked fifth in the league in scoring offense at 36.7 thanks to scoring at least 35 points eight times last season. Georgia’s 58 touchdowns last year ranked second in the school history, trailing only the 2012 team that set the mark with 72. The headliners returning on offense include leading rusher Todd Gurley, who will be a junior after recording 989 yards rushing last year, and the top three receivers in seniors Michael Bennett and Chris Conley and Gurley. Senior Hutson Mason finished the year starting the final two games after Aaron Murray sustained a season-ending ACL injury in the team’s 11th game against Kentucky.

SEC’s Leading Tackler Returns

Senior Ramik Wilson led the SEC in tackles last year with 133 stops, including 11 TFLs and four sacks. The Tampa, Fla., native earned All-SEC First Team honors after registering the most tackles for the Bulldogs since current Carolina Panther Thomas Davis racked up 138 for the Bulldogs in 2003. Wilson became only the third Georgia defender in school history to lead the league in tackles. He joined Whit Marshall (128, 1995) and Rennie Curran (130, 2009). Wilson led the team in eight games in 2013, including a career-high 18 stops at #7 Auburn, in his first year starting. He had just 10 tackles in 18 games during his first two years.

Pruitt Leads New Defensive Staff

Georgia overhauled its defensive staff following the 2013 season. Mark Richt hired Jeremy Pruitt, who was the defensive coordinator for the 2014 national champion Florida State Seminoles, to lead the unit. The Bulldogs filled out their defensive staff with Tracy Rocker (Defensive Line/Will Linebackers), Kevin Sherrer (Sam Linebackers/ Star Position) and Mike Ekeler (Inside Linebackers/Defensive Special Teams Coordinator). Rocker came to Georgia after serving on the Tennessee Titans’ staff while Sherrer was the South Alabama defensive coordinator in 2013. Ekeler coached the inside linebackers at Southern California last season.

Red Cross Update

Four key members of the offense were lost during the 2013 season due to ACL injuries and how well three of them return in 2014 will provide a boost to an already potent group. Starting flanker Malcolm Mitchell went down in the first quarter of the seasonopening Clemson game. Mitchell returned in the spring, but sustained another leg injury and is expected to be ready for fall camp. Starters Keith Marshall (TB) and Justin Scott-Wesley (receiver) both went down in the overtime win at Tennessee with another pair of knee injuries. Finally, record-setting senior quarterback Aaron Murray was carried off the field before halftime of the Kentucky game with a similar injury, effectively ending his Bulldog career.

Non-Conference Success

Under the direction of Mark Richt, Georgia owns a 52-10 record against teams from outside the Southeastern Conference. They are 36-1 at home since 2001. Last year, the Bulldogs were 3-2 after beating North Texas, Appalachian State and Georgia Tech and dropping decisions at #8 Clemson and to Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl. In 2014, all of Georgia’s regular season non-conference foes will come to Sanford Stadium. The non-conference slate features Clemson in the season opener along with home games with Troy, Charleston Southern and the regular season finale versus Georgia Tech. Georgia last opened a season in Athens against Clemson in 2002, a 31-28 Bulldog victory. This win helped jump-start the momentum for Georgia’s 13-1 season that finished with an SEC Championship. Georgia has a 41-18-4 lead in the series with the Tigers. The Bulldogs have won five out of the past six meetings with Clemson. It will be the first-ever meetings with Charleston Southern and Georgia holds a 1-0 edge on Troy after the Bulldogs topped the Trojans 44-34 in 2007. The Bulldogs own a 63-37-5 edge in the rivalry with the Yellow Jackets, including winning the past five meetings and 12 out of the last 13.

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dog tracks After 2013 Experience, Mason Ready For Starting Role

Senior QB Hutson Mason is prepared to be the Bulldogs’ signal caller to start 2014 after making his first two career starts to end the 2013 season. His first starting experience came in the regular season finale versus Georgia Tech in Atlanta due to the season-ending injury to senior QB Aaron Murray. Mason finished 22-for-36 for 299 yards with two touchdowns and an interception during the win against the Yellow Jackets. The Marietta native led the Bulldogs back from a second-quarter 20-0 deficit to pick up a 41-34 double-overtime victory. He also started the Gator Bowl against Nebraska. In 2013, Mason appeared in five games and was 67-for-110 for 968 yards, five touchdowns and three picks. He also started the second half during the rout of Kentucky after Murray sustained his ACL injury and finished 13-of19 for 189 yards and a touchdown pass and added his second career rushing touchdown. In 2012, Mason made the decision to redshirt to create a one-year difference in eligibility with Murray. Redshirt sophomore Faton Bauta is the only other signal caller with Bulldog experience. Bauta appeared in three games with four rushes for 30 yards, but has yet to attempt a pass. Georgia’s other two quarterbacks include redshirt freshman Brice Ramsey and early enrollee freshman Jacob Park. Mason’s Career Numbers

Year G/GS Cmp. 2010 4/0 9 18 2011 4/0 2013 5/2 67 Total 13/2 94

Att. Pct. Yds. INT TD Eff. LG 17 52.9 102 0 1 122.75 26 UL 30 60.0 254 0 2 153.12 46 NMS 110 60.9 968 3 5 144.37 48 NEB 157 59.9 1,324 3 8 143.70 48 NEB

2013 North Texas Appalachian St. Kentucky @ Georgia Tech (W) vs. Nebraska (L) TOTAL

G/S C/A Pct. Yds INT TD 1/0 0/0 0.0 0 0 0 1/0 11/16 68.8 160 1 1 1/0 13/19 68.4 189 0 1 1/1 22/36 61.1 299 1 2 1/1 21/39 53.8 320 1 1 5/2 67/110 60.9 968 3 5

Versatile Gurley Returns With Marshall

LG 0 37 28 33 48 48

Junior Todd Gurley has proven to be a viable option as both a running back and a receiver during his career. Last year, he led the Bulldogs with 989 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns in only 10 games, including an average of 6.0/carry. Gurley wound up third on the team in receiving with 37 catches for 441 yards and a team-best six touchdown catches. He led the team in both rushing and receiving touchdowns. Gurley accomplished this feat despite missing three and a half games due to an ankle injury sustained in the second quarter during the win over #6 LSU. Gurley tied for the lead in the FBS for running backs with six receiving touchdowns in only 10 games played. Before sustaining his injury, Gurley had five catches for 42 yards and a touchdown. After returning to the lineup, the Tarboro, N.C., native recorded 32 catches for 399 yards and five touchdowns. During the Gator Bowl, Gurley hauled in a team-high seven catches for a career-high 97 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown catch. Against #7 Auburn, Gurley complemented his 79 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries (5.3 avg.) with a career-high 10 catches for 77 yards. This was the most catches for a Bulldog since wideout Mohamed Massaquoi hauled in 11 versus Georgia Tech in 2011. In 2012, true freshmen roommates and North Carolina natives Gurley and Keith Marshall became Georgia’s weapons in the backfield. The pair picked up where they had left off during the first three games of 2013. Gurley, who has hit the century mark 13 times in his career, and Marshall combined for more than 100 yards and at least one touchdown in those contests. However, Gurley went down with his ankle injury against #6 LSU and Marshall responded with a career-high 20 carries for 96 yards. Then, Marshall injured his right knee (ACL) in the first quarter of the Tennessee game and was lost for the year. Gurley returned to action in the victory over Florida and finished with 187 all-purpose yards (100 rushing, 87 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving). In five games last year, Marshall finished with 252 yards and a touchdown before getting injured.

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A Few Holes To Fill Up Front

Georgia has to replace three departed seniors on the offensive line in 2014. The Bulldogs’ starting offensive line for the last six games in 2013 featured: senior Kenarious Gates at LT, senior Chris Burnette at RG, senior Dallas Lee at LG, junior David Andrews at C and sophomore John Theus at RT. Gates, Burnette and Lee are now trying their hand at the professional ranks. Andrews, Theus, senior T Kolton Houston, who started six games and played in all 13 last year, and senior T Mark Beard, who took the field during 12 games in 2013, are Georgia’s foundation on the line for 2014. Junior Xzavier Ward, redshirt sophomore Greg Pyke, junior Zach DeBell and senior Watts Dantzler are also expected to be worked into the mix in the fall. Last year, the unit helped the Bulldogs rank fourth in the SEC in total offense (484.2/g) and fifth in scoring at 36.7 points/game. Before the Georgia Tech game, Georgia’s offensive line had surrendered just seven sacks in a nine-game span. Versus the Yellow Jackets, the Bulldogs gave up five sacks with Hutson Mason getting his first start at QB. The line bounced back in the Gator Bowl and surrendered just one sack to the Cornhuskers. Georgia tallied more than 600 yards of total offense twice in 2013. The Bulldogs churned up 602 yards against Kentucky as they scored a seasonhigh 59 points. It was the most points since Georgia beat New Mexico State 63-16 in 2011.

Targeting An Assortment Of Receivers

One of the keys to the offense’s success in 2013 was its passing efficiency, and the ability to spread the ball around. The Bulldogs are banking a healthy backfield will help loosen up their receivers and allow this trend to continue in 2014. Georgia had a different leading receiver in seven of its 13 games last year. In the Bulldogs’ win over Appalachian State, 13 different receivers had receptions and Georgia followed that up with 11 different receivers catching balls against Kentucky. The matchup with Tennessee proved to be especially costly for the receiving corps. During the contest, the Bulldogs lost redshirt sophomore SE Justin Scott-Wesley (ACL, lost for the year) and junior SE Michael Bennett to right knee injuries. Bennett was sidelined during the losses to #25 Missouri and Vanderbilt. Against the Commodores, junior Chris Conley sustained an ankle injury in the game’s final play and did not play against Florida and Appalachian State. Conley returned against #7 Auburn. He heated up for a career-high seven catches for 129 yards at Georgia Tech, giving him four 100-yard games in his career. He finished as the team leader last season with 45 catches for 651 yards and four touchdowns. While Conley played in 11 games and started nine, Bennett was the second-leading receiver last year with 41 catches for 538 yards and four scores and is back in the lineup this year. Gurley also added 37 catches for 441 yards and a team-high six receiving touchdowns to give the Bulldogs a receiving threat out of the backfield. Scott-Wesley, sophomore TB Brendan Douglas and sophomore receiver Reggie Davis are also expected to be in the lineup after all recording at least 10 receptions last season. One of the team’s receiving leaders in 2012, Malcolm Mitchell, went down with an ACL injury against #8 Clemson in the 2013 season opener and was lost for the year. He returned for 2014 spring practice before sustaining another minor leg injury. Mitchell is on pace to return to the lineup after piling up 40 catches for 572 yards and four scores in just nine games two seasons ago.

Georgia Among Best in the SEC Under Richt Since 2001 School.............. Record.....SEC Titles..... APTop 25.............. Bowls 1. LSU.............. 135-35..............4.................. 12....................... 13 2. Georgia........ 126-45..............2.................. 11....................... 13 3. Alabama....... 122-47..............2................... 9.........................11 4. Florida.......... 121-49..............2................... 9........................ 12 5. Auburn......... 117-51..............3................... 7.........................11


dog tracks Pruitt Headlines New Defensive Staff

Georgia’s defensive staff underwent a complete overhaul following the 2013 season. The Bulldogs’ new defensive coordinator is Jeremy Pruitt, who comes to Athens after directing Florida State to last season’s BCS national championship. Nine starters from last year’s team return on Georgia’s defense. The rest of the new defensive staff features Mike Ekeler (Inside Linebackers), Tracy Rocker (Defensive Line/Will Linebackers) and Kevin Sherrer (SAM Linebackers and Star position). Ekeler comes to the Bulldogs after serving for a year as Southern California’s linebackers coach. Rocker arrives after a three-year stint coaching the defensive line for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Rocker was the 1988 SEC Player of the Year and Outland and Lombardi Trophy winner during his career at Auburn. Sherrer starts with Georgia after serving as South Alabama’s defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach for a season. Pruitt and Sherrer coached together at Hoover High School (Ala.) earlier in their careers.

Linebacker Duo Leading The Defense

Senior ILB Ramik Wilson led the SEC in tackles with 133 (10.2/g) and is back to anchor new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt’s unit. Wilson’s best career performance came in the road loss to #7 Auburn. The Tampa, Fla., native racked up 18 stops, including a sack and two tackles for loss. In school history, there have now been three Bulldogs to lead the SEC in tackles (Whit Marshall, 1995, 128; Rennie Curran, 2009, 130). His partner on the inside, senior Amarlo Herrera, ranked third in the SEC with 112 stops Ramik Wilson (8.6/g). Herrera has started 30 games in his career, including all 13 in 2014, and has tallied 219 tackles in that three-year span. The Bulldogs also have a talented youthful duo at outside linebacker. Sophomore OLB Leonard Floyd proved to be another playmaker as he led all SEC freshmen with a team-high 6.5 sacks. Floyd blocked his first field goal versus #7 Auburn. He finished with 55 tackles. Junior OLB Jordan Jenkins finished 2013 with a team-high 12 tackles for loss.

Sacking The Opposition

Georgia ranked second in the SEC with 33 sacks on the season, trailing only Missouri who finished with 41. The Bulldogs return players who accounted for 27 of the team’s 33 sacks. The lone exception is Garrison Smith, who registered a career-high six as a senior in 2013. In addition to Floyd’s team-high 6.5, senior DE Ray Drew managed another half dozen sacks.

Youthful Secondary Aiming For Improvement

Jeremy Pruitt, who is the team’s Secondary coach in addition to being its Defensive Coordinator, is working to figure out the rotation in his defensive backfield with a group of talented underclassmen. Five of Georgia’s seven interceptions last year were made by the secondary and all of the players responsible for the picks return. Seven picks ranked 13th in the SEC last year. The Bulldogs were young in 2013 with true freshmen Quincy Mauger and Shaq Wiggins starting seven and eight games, respectively. The veterans in the secondary this year include seniors Damian Swann, who started all 13 games at DB last year, and Corey Moore, who had seven starts at safety during the 2013 campaign. Mauger and Swann tied for fifth on the team last year with 57 tackles each. Swann was also an option in the punt return game with nine while Sheldon Dawson tied for the team high in kickoff returns with seven, averaging 21.9 yards. The Bulldogs had seven different starting lineups in the defensive backfield last year.

A Look At The Specialists

Junior PK Marshall Morgan along with senior P Adam Erickson and junior P Collin Barber have served as Georgia’s specialists over the last two years. Morgan had one of the best seasons by a kicker in the SEC last year. He led all kickers in scoring average at 10.3 points/ game. Morgan ranked second in scoring for kickers with 113 points in just 11 games, trailing Missouri’s Andrew Baggett who collected 120 in 14 games. Morgan made an SEC best 22 field goals in 24 attempts. He was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award and named the SEC Special Teams Player of the Week three times in 2013. His two misses on the year were from 52 yards out versus North Texas and from 39 yards at Tennessee. Barber ranked sixth in the SEC in punting at 44.1 on 29 punts. He also ran five yards for a first down on a fake punt from the Georgia 34 yard line at #6 Clemson. Erickson won the starting job for the final three games of the 2013 season. He finished last season with a 40.5 average, including a career-long 52-yarder at Georgia Tech. Morgan FGM-FGA 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Long Blk 2012 8-13 0-0 3-3 2-3 1-3 2-4 52 MU 0 2013 22-24 0-0 8-8 7-8 5-5 2-3 *56 UT 0 Total 30-37 0-0 11-11 9-11 6-8 4-7 *56 UT 0 *tied for the longest in the nation in 2013 Marshall Morgan

Aiming For Better Returns

Georgia finished 14th in the league in both kick returns and punt returns in 2013. The Bulldogs averaged 18.6 yards on kickoffs and only 2.9 yards on punt returns. Georgia employed various personnel in the return game. The Bulldogs welcome back leading kick returner sophomore J.J. Green and junior Sheldon Dawson. They had seven returns each with Green averaging 24.0 yards and Dawson averaging 24.9. In the punt return game, sophomore Reggie Davis had 14 for 46 yards (3.3 average) while senior Damian Swann had nine for 28 yards (3.1).

Restructured Special Teams Duties

The Special Teams will have a restructured coaching staff for 2014. The restructuring includes dividing duties into Offensive Special Teams and Defensive Special Teams. The offensive special teams will be coordinated by tight ends coach John Lilly and include kickoff return, punt return and extra point/field goal. Defensive special teams will be headed by new inside linebackers coach Mike Ekeler and include kickoff, punt return block, and extra point/field goal.

Georgia Among Bowl Leaders

Georgia made its 49th appearance in a bowl game when it faced Nebraska in the 2014 TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl. The Bulldogs sport a bowl record of 27-19-3. Also, Georgia played in a bowl game for a school record 17th consecutive season last year.

Nation’s All-Time Top Bowl Teams Entering 2014 Season Team Bowl Games W-L-T 2013-14 Bowl Game 1. Alabama 60 35-23-3 Allstate Sugar vs. Okla. 2. Texas 51 27-23-2 Valero Alamo vs. Oregon T3. Southern Cal 49 33-17-0 Royal Purple Las Vegas vs. Fresno St. T3. Tennessee 49 25-24-0 Did not qualify T3. Nebraska 49 25-25-0 TaxSlayer.com Gator vs. UGA 6. GEORGIA 48 27-19-3 TaxSlayer.com Gator vs. Neb.

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head coach mark richt

Mark Richt (Miami, Fla. ‘82) UGA/Overall: 126-45 (13 years)

• One of only seven men in NCAA Division I-A history to record 102 or more wins in his first 11 seasons • Two SEC titles, five SEC Championship Game appearances (2002, ‘03, ‘05, ‘11, ‘12) • Thirteen straight bowl games • 52-10 non-conference record, including 36-1 at home • Named the 2005 SEC Coach of the Year after a 10-3 season, SEC title and a No. 10 final Coaches poll ranking •Named the 2002 SEC Coach of the Year after directing the Bulldogs to their first SEC title in 20 years • Set a school record with a 13-win season in 2002 • Posted Sugar Bowl wins over Florida State and Hawaii • In 2001, posted best record by a firstyear coach at Georgia since 1920 when Herman Stegeman went 8-0-1, Richt’s team went 8-4 • Came to UGA from Florida State (1990-2000), including serving as Offensive Coordinator from 1994-2000.

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Head Coach Mark Richt came to Georgia with the goal of taking the lid off a program that had not won an SEC title in 20 years. After 13 seasons between the hedges, he’s demonstrated what that means by winning two SEC Championships (2002, ‘05), five SEC Eastern Division titles and tied for another, and his 12645 record is fourth best in the country in winning percentage among active coaches (.737). And his emphasis on graduation has come to fruition as 238 Bulldog players have earned their degrees during his tenure. Richt was named SEC Coach of the Year in both 2002 and 2005. His record against non-conference teams is 52-10 and his teams are 43-14 when playing in an opponent’s home stadium. Richt is also one of only seven coaches in history to win two SEC championships (2002, 2005) in his first five years, and one of only seven head coaches in SEC history to record four straight 10-win seasons (2002-05). The respect he has nationally was demonstrated in 2010 when Richt was named to the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees. He is also the 2013 recipient of the Stallings Award given for commitment to humanitarian and community service efforts. The excitement produced by Richt’s teams on the field has been matched by many other aspects surrounding the program. Richt has generated an atmosphere of excitement and unity among the Georgia people. Georgia supporters and fans became impressed with his sincerity, openness, family values, and the casual and genuine way he carried himself. They liked his ideas on building a football program, his commitment to discipline, and the importance he placed on standards of excellence on and off the field. And they liked the way he refused to set limitations on what would be a satisfactory season. “I like to set our goals high,” he said. “I never want to put a ceiling on what we can accomplish.” Richt also had a reputation for developing quarterbacks at FSU and that has continued at UGA. David Greene was named SEC Freshman of the Year in 2001 and in ‘02, Greene led the SEC in

passing efficiency and was the consensus choice for All-SEC first team. By the end of his career, Greene had become the SEC’s all-time leading passer (11,528 yards) and set the NCAA Division 1-A record for career victories by a starting QB with 42. D.J. Shockley followed Greene in 2005 and led the SEC in passing efficiency. Matthew Stafford came next (2006-08) and set the Georgia record for season total offense in 2008 (3,499 yards) and finished third in career passing yardage (7,731). In 2010, Aaron Murray finished second nationally in passing efficiency among freshman quarterbacks and in 2012 set the school record for most TD passes in a single season with 36. In 2013, Murray set four SEC career records: Passing yards (13,166), Total Offense (13,562), TD passes (121), and completions (921). He is the only QB in SEC history to throw for more than 3,000 yards four consecutive years. The NFL is also looking Georgia’s way on a regular basis. Seventy two of Richt’s players have been chosen in the NFL draft over the last 12 years including eight chosen in the 2002 and 2013 NFL drafts--the most Georgia players ever selected in a single year.

Mark Richt Year by Year

2013: Besieged by injuries to numerous starters, the ‘Dogs sill managed to defeat two top ten teams (South Carolina and LSU) along with rivals Tennessee, Florida (for the third straight season), and Georgia Tech (for the 12th time in 13 years). Georgia also earned its 17th consecutive bowl invitation. 2012: In racing to the SEC Eastern Division title, Richt’s teams defeated rivals Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech all in the same season for the second straight year. In the 32-28 loss to #2 Alabama in the SEC title game, the third-ranked ‘Dogs came within a few yards and a few seconds of earning a trip to the BCS national title game. The ‘Dogs defeated Nebraska, 45-31, in the Capital One Bowl. 2011: Georgia won ten or more games for the seventh time in Richt’s 11 years. The ‘Dogs defeated rivals Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech


head coach mark richt

Mark Richt Quick Facts

Personal: Hometown: College: Birthdate: Birthplace Wife: Children:

Boca Raton, Fla. University of Miami, ‘82 Feb. 18, 1960 Omaha, Nebraska Katharyn Francis Jon, 3/11/90; David, 12/1/94 Zach 5/15/96, Anya 2/13/97

Coaching Positions:

Years as college coach: 29 Florida State - Graduate Assistant (1985-86); Volunteer Assistant (1987-88) East Carolina- Offensive Coordinator (1989) Florida State - Quarterbacks (1990-2000); Offensive Coord. (1994-2000) Georgia - Head Coach (2001-current)

all in the same season for the first time since 1981. 2010: With the loss of several key players during the season, the Dogs had the first losing season in the Richt era but still managed victories over rivals Tennessee and Georgia Tech. 2009: Georgia upset #7 Georgia Tech in the regular season finale and then won its fourth straight bowl game to complete the season at 8-5. 2008: Georgia finished with a 10-3 mark and number ten final national ranking—the sixth time in seven years the Bulldogs won ten or more games and also finished among the nation’s top ten teams in the final national polls. 2007: One of the youngest teams in the country, was 4-2 after six games but won the last seven in a

row including victories over rivals Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech to finish 11-2. The ‘Dogs defeated 10th ranked Hawai’i in The Allstate Sugar Bowl and finished No. 2 in the final AP poll and No. 3 in the coaches poll. 2006: After starting out 5-0, his 2006 team struggled through the middle of the schedule, but rebounded to defeat three top 20 teams in a row: #5 Auburn, #16 Georgia Tech, and #14 Virginia Tech in the Chickfil-A Bowl. He was chosen to coach the 2007 Hula Bowl game in Hawaii. 2005: Picked to finish third in the SEC East, his 2005 team exceeded all expectations with a 10-2 regular season finish and SEC championship defeating third-ranked LSU in the title game. He was elected 2005 SEC Coach of the Year by the SEC Coaches. 2004: His 2004 team finished 10-2, won a third straight bowl game, and finished in the nation’s top six in the final national rankings for the third consecutive season. Along the way in ‘04, the ‘Dogs defeated defending national champion LSU, Georgia Tech for the fourth straight time and upended Florida for the first time since 1997. DE David Pollack became the most decorated defensive player in Georgia history with a third straight first tean All-America selection and was recipient of the Lombardi, Bednarik, Lott, and Hendricks Trophies. 2003: Richt led the ‘Dogs to the SEC title game for the second time in a row in ‘03, defeated Purdue in the Capital One Bowl, and had the ‘Dogs in the top ten again with a final USA Today/ESPN Coaches ranking of 6th and a final AP ranking of 7th. Richt’s team ranked 2nd nationally in Scoring Defense (14.5 ppg), 4th in Total Defense (276.86 ypg), 6th in Passing Defense (174.5 ypg), and 14th nationally in Turnover Margin (+.79). 2002: ‘Dogs go 13-1, win first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated Florida State in the Nokia Sugar Bowl, and finished the season with a number three national ranking. Georgia’s championship run was a complete team effort, with the Dogs winning five games by a touchdown or less. Among Richt’s team were three first team All-Americans and eight first team All-SEC performers. Richt himself was a consensus choice as SEC Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year Award. In addition, the ‘02 Bulldogs led the SEC in both scoring offense (32.2 ppg) and scoring defense (15.1 ppg). 2001: By the time his inaugural season in 2001 came to a close (8-4), he had become the first Georgia coach since H.J. Stegeman in 1920 to win eight games in his inaugural season. He had also handed Tennessee its only regular season defeat (in Knoxville on national television) and beaten arch rival Georgia Tech (for the first time since 1997).

43-13 In An Opponent’s Stadium Including 12-8 Against Ranked Foes

Year Opponent 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

#6 Tennessee Vanderbilt Ole Miss #21 Ga. Tech South Carolina #22 Alabama Kentucky #24 Auburn Clemson #11 LSU #13 Tennessee Vanderbilt Ga. Tech South Carolina Arkansas Kentucky #3 Auburn Miss. State #8 Tennessee Vanderbilt #20 Ga. Tech South Carolina Ole Miss Kentucky #5 Auburn #16 Alabama (ot) Tennessee Vanderbilt Ga. Tech South Carolina Arizona State #11 LSU Kentucky Auburn #9 Oklahoma State Arkansas Tennessee Vanderbilt #7 Ga. Tech #24 South Carolina Mississippi State Colorado Kentucky #2 Auburn Ole Miss Tennessee Vanderbilt #25 Georgia Tech Missouri #6 South Carolina Kentucky Auburn #8 Clemson Tennessee (ot) Vanderbilt #7 Auburn Georgia Tech (ot)

Result

W, 26-24 W, 30-14 W, 35-15 W, 31-17 W, 13-7 W, 27-25 W, 52-24 W, 24-21 W, 30-0 L, 17-10 W, 41-14 W, 27-8 W, 34-17 W, 20-16 W, 20-14 W, 62-17 L, 24-6 W, 23-10 W, 27-14 W, 34-17 W, 14-7 W, 18-0 W, 14-9 L, 24-20 W, 37-15 W, 26-23 L, 35-14 W, 20-17 W, 31-17 W, 14-7 W, 27-10 W, 52-38 W, 42-38 W, 17-13 L, 24-10 W, 52-41 L, 45-19 W, 34-10 W, 30-24 L, 17-6 L, 24-12 L, 29-27 W, 44-31 L, 49-31 W, 27-13 W, 20-12 W, 33-28 W, 31-17 W, 41-20 L, 35-7 W, 29-24 W, 38-0 L, 38-35 W, 34-31 L, 31-27 L, 43-38 W, 41-34

The Mark Richt Record

Year W L T Pct. SEC Reg. Season 2001 8 4 0 .667 5-3 (T3rd/East) 2002 13 1 0 .929 7-1 (1st/Champs) 2003 11 3 0 .786 6-2 (T1st/East) 2004 10 2 0 .833 6-2 (2nd/East) 2005 10 3 0 .769 6-2 (1st/Champs) 2006 9 4 0 .692 4-4 (T3rd/East) 2007 11 2 0 .846 6-2 (T1st/East) 2008 10 3 0 769 6-2 (2nd/East) 2009 8 5 0 .615 4-4 (T2nd/East) 2010 6 7 0 .462 3-5 (3rd/East) 2011 10 4 0 .714 7-1 (1st/East) 2012 12 2 0 .857 7-1 (T1st/East) 2013 8 5 0 .615 5-3 (3rd/East) Total 126 45 0 .737 *74-34 (.685)

*Includes 2-3 in SEC Championship games

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head coach mark richt The Road To Athens

Richt’s career as a Bulldog began as a Christmas present that actually came the day after most gifts had been opened. On Dec. 26, 2000, he was named head coach at the University of Georgia after serving on the staff at Florida State for 15 years—the last seven as offensive coordinator. Richt, a 1982 graduate of the University of Miami, coached the quarterbacks for 14 seasons at FSU. As offensive coordinator, he developed offenses that were among the most prolific in college football history while becoming one of country’s most respected coaches. Under Richt’s direction, the FSU offense had been a national leader. In his seven years as offensive coordinator, the Seminoles finished in the nation’s top five in scoring offense on five occasions, top 12 in total offense five times, and top 12 in passing offense five times. His 2000 offense finished the regular season ranked first nationally in total offense (549.0 ypg), first in passing offense (384.0 ypg), and third in scoring offense (42.4 ppg). Richt sent six FSU quarterbacks into the NFL between 1987 and 2000. In addition to Weinke (Carolina Panthers), Washington Redskin Casey Weldon was the runner-up for the Heisman

Winningest Active Division I-A Coaches By Winning % In FBS Games, Minimum 100 Coach, Curr. School Yrs W L T Pct. Bowls

1. Urban Meyer, OSU 2. Bob Stoops, OU 3. Nick Saban, UA 4. MARK RICHT, UGA

12 15 18 13

127 160 165 126

25 38 57 45

0 0 0 0

.836 .808 .743 .737

7-2 8-8 8-7 8-5

Trophy in 1991. His teammate at FSU, Brad Johnson (now Richt’s brother-in-law), was a Pro Bowl selection for Washington in 2000 and led the Tampa Bay Bucs to the Super Bowl title in 2003. Other Richt pro proteges include Danny Kanell (New York Giants), Danny McManus (Kansas City Chiefs) and Peter Tom Willis (Chicago Bears). A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Richt played QB for the Miami Hurricanes under Howard Schnellenberger. He spent most of his career at Miami as a backup to former Buffalo Bills star Jim Kelly. In one of Richt’s years at Miami, his QB teammates included Kelly, Vinny

23 Victories When Tied Or Trailing Late Year Opponent

2001 @#6 Tennessee 2001 Kentucky 2002 Clemson 2002 @ #22 Alabama 2002 @ #24 Auburn 2003 UAB 2004 vs. ^Purdue 2004 @ S. Carolina 2005 @ #20 Ga. Tech 2006 Colorado 2006 #16 Ga. Tech 2006 #14 *Va. Tech 2007 @ #16 Alabama 2007 @ Vanderbilt 2008 @ Kentucky 2008 @ Auburn 2009 Arizona State 2009 #25 Auburn 2011 vs. Florida 2012 vs. #23 ^Nebraska 2013 vs. #6 LSU 2013 @ Tennessee 2013 @ Ga. Tech

Start of 4th Qtr. Final

17-17 26-24 29-29 43-29 28-21 31-28 25-24 27-25 21-17 24-21 13-13 16-13 27-27 (end of 4th) 34-27 OT 16-13 20-16 7-7 14-7 13-0 14-13 12-7 (8:50 4th) 15-12 21-13 31-24 20-20 (end of 4th) 26-23 OT 17-14 20-17 38-35 (12:09 4th) 42-38 13-10 (11:05 4th) 17-13 17-14 20-17 24-24 (14:11 4th) 31-24 20-17 24-20 31-31 45-31 34-27 44-41 17-17 34-31 OT 17-20 41-34 2OT

^Capital One Bowl, Orlando, Fla.; *The largest comeback under Richt was 18 points against Va. Tech in the 2006 Chick-fil-A Bowl. Georgia trailed 21-3 at the half.

Testaverde, Bernie Kosar, and quarterbacks coach Earl Morral. Richt is married to the former Katharyn Francis of Tallahassee. The couple have four children Jonathan (3/11/90), a former quarterback at Mars Hill College, David (12/1/94), Zach (5/15/96), and Anya (2/13/97). Jon was married to the former Anna Cearley, in May 2010.

Special Teams Under Richt Georgia has blocked 21 Punts, 15 Field Goals and 4 PATs since 2001 and converted them in to 144 points. 2013 (2): 2 FGs = 7 points 2012 (5): 2 Punts, 1 PAT, 2 FGs = 16 points 2011 (3): 2 Punts, 1 PAT = 7 points 2010 (1): 1 Punt = 7 points. 2009 (5): 2 Punt, 1 PAT, 2 FG = 12 points. 2008 (2): 2 Punts = 7 points. 2007 (1): 1 Punt = 7 points. 2006 (2): 1 Punt, 1 FG = 7 points. 2005 (2): 2 Punts = 14 points. 2004 (2): 2 Punts = 7 points. 2003 (7): 4 FGs, 2 Punts, 1 PAT = 17 points. 2002 (9): 5 Punts, 4 FGs = 40 points. (Set school record) 2001 (2): 1 Punt, 1 PAT = 3 points. The Bulldogs have 17 Special Teams TDs plus four safeties in the last 12 seasons. There is one current Bulldog who has scored a Special Teams TD: Todd Gurley: 100-yard kickoff return against Buffalo in 2012.

Richt in Rare Company

Mark Richt is one of only five men in NCAA Division IA history to record 115 or more wins in his first 13 seasons as a head coach. Coach (1st 13 Seasons)..... School, Record 1st 13 Seasons Bob Stoops (1999-2011) .................... Oklahoma, 139-34 Tom Osborne (1973-85).................... Nebraska, 127-30-2 Gary Patterson (*2001-2013).......................TCU, 120-44 Mark Richt (2001-2013)...................... Georgia, 126-45 Barry Switzer (1973-85)..................Oklahoma, 126-24-4

* - debuted as head coach in 2000 Mobile Alabama Bowl loss

Building a Family

(Front: l-r) Mark, Katharyn; Back: Anna, Jon, Anya, Zach, David

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Richt married Katharyn in 1987. They have four children. Two came along the usual way — Jon and David. But two came in a very special way. “We were in Sunday School class one day talking about the needs of society,” said Richt. “We explored questions like ‘who’s in charge of taking care of the poor and the elderly.’ We felt like the church should do its share.” Also, Katharyn’s brother and sister-in-law had previously adopted children from the Ukraine. Months later, Katharyn was in the Ukraine, a former republic of the Soviet Union, arranging the adoption of two children, classmates in the same orphanage. She spent 31 days there while Mark spent about eight days. When they returned in July, 1999, they had Zach and Anya, in tow. “They have been a special blessing to all our family,” said Katharyn.


head coach mark richt Only Coaches To Win Two SEC Titles in First Five Years

Frank Thomas, Alabama (1933, ’34) Bernie Moore, LSU (1935, ’36) Vince Dooley, Georgia (1966, ’68) Steve Spurrier, Florida (1991, ’93) Nick Saban, LSU (2001, ’03) MARK RICHT, GEORGIA (2002, ’05) Urban Meyer, Florida (2006, ’08) Only SEC Coaches To Record Only Straight SEC Coaches ToSeasons Record Four 10-Win FourBryant, Straight 10-Win(1971-74, Seasons Paul “Bear” Alabama 1977-80)

Paul “Bear” Alabama 1977-80) VinceBryant, Dooley, Georgia(1971-74, (1980-83) VinceFulmer, Dooley,Tennessee Georgia (1980-83) Phillip (1995-98) Phillip Fulmer, (1995-98) Les Miles, Tennessee LSU (2010-13) MARK RICHT, RICHT, GEORGIA GEORGIA (2002-05) (2002-05) MARK Steve Spurrier, Florida (2008-13) (1993-98) Nick Saban, Alabama Steve Spurrier, Florida (1993-98)

In the Richt Era (2001-13) AP All-SEC All-SEC

Total

Coaches All-SEC All-SEC 1st Team

NFL Draftees Draftees.......... ......... Totals

LSU .......................................... LSU. ........................................ 94 GEORGIA.............................. GeorGia ............................. 82 Florida Florida...................................... ..................................... 81 Alabama Alabama................................... .................................. 77 Arkansas................................... Arkansas .................................. 66 Auburn..................................... Auburn .................................... 62 Tennessee................................. Tennessee ................................ 61 Kentucky Kentucky.................................. ................................. 42 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 38 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 37 Miss. State State................................ ............................... 33 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt................................. ................................ 28 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 9 *Missouri *Missouri................................... .................................. 7

Alabama .................................. 53 Alabama................................... LSU LSU.......................................... ......................................... 49 GEORGIA.............................. GeorGia ............................. 44 Florida Florida...................................... ..................................... 42 Auburn Auburn..................................... .................................... 35 Arkansas Arkansas................................... .................................. 29 Tennessee Tennessee................................. ................................ 25 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 18 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 17 Kentucky Kentucky.................................. ................................. 16 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt................................. ................................ 11 Miss. State. State .................................. ................................ 8 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 8 *Missouri................................... *Missouri .................................. 2

LSU .......................................... LSU. ........................................ 79 GEORGIA.............................. GeorGia ............................. 72 Florida...................................... Florida ..................................... 68 Alabama................................... Alabama .................................. 66 Tennessee................................. Tennessee ................................ 56 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 44 Auburn Auburn..................................... .................................... 41 Arkansas Arkansas................................... .................................. 38 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 23 Miss. State State................................ ............................... 22 Kentucky Kentucky.................................. ................................. 18 Vanderbilt.................................. Vanderbilt ............................... 17 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 8 *Missouri *Missouri................................... .................................. 6

AP All-SEC All-SEC

GeorGia ............................. 45 GEORGIA.............................. Florida Florida...................................... ..................................... 43 LSU LSU.......................................... ......................................... 43 Alabama................................... Alabama .................................. 43 Auburn..................................... Auburn .................................... 32 Arkansas................................... Arkansas .................................. 25 Tennessee................................. Tennessee ................................ 24 Kentucky Kentucky.................................. ................................. 19 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 17 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 16 Miss. State State................................ ............................... 13 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt................................. ................................ 10 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 8 *Missouri *Missouri................................... .................................. 4

Freshman All-SEC All-SEC Totals

Arkansas.................................. Arkansas. .................................. 39 GeorGia GEORGIA.............................. ............................. 34 Alabama Alabama................................... .................................. 34 Florida Florida...................................... ..................................... 34 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt................................. ................................ 30 Tennessee Tennessee................................. ................................ 30 Miss. State State................................ ............................... 28 LSU LSU.......................................... ......................................... 27 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 27 Auburn Auburn..................................... .................................... 24 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 22 Kentucky Kentucky.................................. ................................. 20 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 5 *Missouri *Missouri................................... .................................. 2

NFL 1st Round Round

Coaches All-SEC All-SEC

1st Team All-Amer. All-Amer.

National Awards Won

1st Team

Total

LSU .......................................... LSU. ........................................ 95 Alabama................................... Alabama .................................. 95 Florida. Florida ..................................... ..................................... 87 GEORGIA.............................. GeorGia ............................. 85 Tennessee Tennessee................................. ................................ 62 Arkansas Arkansas................................... .................................. 59 Auburn..................................... Auburn .................................... 59 Kentucky.................................. Kentucky ................................. 42 S. Carolina Carolina................................ ............................... 38 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt................................. ................................ 36 Ole Miss Miss................................... .................................. 31 Miss. State State................................ ............................... 28 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 9 *Missouri *Missouri................................... .................................. 5

Totals

Alabama .................................. 26 Alabama................................... LSU LSU.......................................... ......................................... 22 Florida...................................... Florida ..................................... 20 GEORGIA.............................. GeorGia ............................. 16 Auburn Auburn..................................... .................................... 12 Tennessee Tennessee................................. ................................ 11 Arkansas. Arkansas..................................... ................................... 8 S. Carolina Carolina.................................. ................................. 7 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 7 Ole Miss Miss...................................... ................................... 5 Kentucky.................................... Kentucky ................................... 2 Vanderbilt................................... Vanderbilt .................................. 1 Miss. State State................................... ................................ 1 *Missouri................................... *Missouri .................................. 1 (AP, FWAA, TSN, Walter Camp, AFCA)

Totals

Alabama .................................. 15 Alabama................................... LSU.......................................... LSU ......................................... 14 Florida Florida...................................... ..................................... 13 Tennessee................................. Tennessee ................................ 12 GEORGIA...............................11 GeorGia ..............................11 Auburn..................................... Auburn .................................... 10 Arkansas Arkansas..................................... .................................... 6 Ole Miss Miss..................................... .................................... 5 S. Carolina Carolina.................................. ................................. 6 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. ............................. 4 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt.................................... ................................. 3 Miss. State State.................................. ................................. 2 Kentucky Kentucky.................................... ................................... 1 *Missouri................................... *Missouri .................................. 1

Alabama .................................. 14 Alabama................................... LSU.......................................... LSU ......................................... 11 Florida Florida........................................ ....................................... 9 GEORGIA................................ GeorGia ............................... 6 Auburn....................................... Auburn ...................................... 6 Kentucky Kentucky.................................... ................................... 4 Ole Miss Miss..................................... .................................... 4 Arkansas..................................... Arkansas .................................... 3 *Texas A&M A&M.............................. 2 ............................. 2 Miss. State State.................................. ................................. 2 Tennessee .................................. 1 Tennessee................................... S. Carolina Carolina.................................. ................................. 1 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt.................................... ................................. 0

Inside the Numbers Under Richt Record (*SeC) record (*SEC)....................................... ...................................... 126-45 (74-35) Home/Away/Neutral. Home/away/Neutral ........................ ...................... 68-14/43-14/15-17 Versus Ranked ranked Teams (H/A/N). (H/a/N)..........12-11/12-8/11-13 ........12-11/12-8/11-13 Versus Top 10 Teams (H/A/N).................... (H/a/N) ................... 3-2/4-6/4-8 Day/Night ....................................................89-31/37-14 Day/Night . ..................................................89-31/37-14 After after Bye Week....................................................... Week ...................................................... 16-4 SEC SeC East/*West/Non-Conf............. east/*West/Non-Conf. ........... 44-22/30-13/52-10 Conference Record record (H/A/*N)............33-13/34-11/7-11 (H/a/*N) ...........33-13/34-11/7-11 Score First/Opp. First/opp. Scores First....................95-18/30-28 First ...................95-18/30-28 Half ............99-11/21-30/6-4 Leading/Trailing/Tied at Half.............99-11/21-30/6-4 Q ............. 109-9/10-36/7-0 Leading/Tr./Tied after 3rd Q.............. Pts....................... Scoring < 18 Pts. / 18 + Pts.. .................... 11-23/115-22 allowing less than 20 Pts.. Pts........................................ Allowing ..................................... 83-9 allowing 20+/30+ Pts.. Pts..................................29-13/14-24 Allowing ...............................29-13/14-24 rushing for less than 100 yards.......................... yards ......................... 15-18 Rushing rushing for over 100 yards. yards .................................112-26 Rushing ...............................112-26 Rushing rushing for 200+ yards. yards .......................................... ........................................ 32-3 Passing for 300+ yards........................................... yards .......................................... 30-8 Totaling less than 300 yards. yards................................. ............................... 20-17 400+ yards of Total Offense................................. offense ................................ 71-12 Allowing allowing less than 100 yds. rushing...................... rushing ..................... 67-5 Allowing allowing less than 300 yds. Total Off.. off.................... ................. 71-8 Allowing allowing 400+ yds. total offense. offense .......................... ........................ 19-15 Having 100-yard rusher. rusher ......................................... ....................................... 58-7 Opp. opp. have 100-yard rusher. rusher .................................. ................................ 21-21 No turnovers / takeaways. ...........................31-1/12-15 takeaways.............................31-1/12-15 Overtime overtime Games....................................................... Games ...................................................... 4-2 In in August/September. august/September......................................3-1/40-10 ....................................3-1/40-10 in October............................................................. october ............................................................ 35-15 In In in November..........................................................37-11 November .........................................................37-11 in December. December .............................................................. In ............................................................ 5-5 In in January................................................................. January ................................................................ 6-3 * - includes SEC Championship Game Appearances: 2002 win over #22 Arkansas; 2003 loss to #3 LSU; 2005 win over #3 LSU; 2011 loss to #1 LSU; 2012 loss to #2 Alabama

*joined the SEC before the 2012 season

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coaching staff

Tony Ball Wide Receivers

Birthdate: July 29, 1959 Birthplace: Chattanooga, Tenn. Family: Wife Maria Ann, children Anthony and Keshea. High School: Brainerd College: UT-Chattanooga; '83

Coaching Experience: 1985-86, Austin Peay (Grad Asst.); 1987, South Carolina (volunteer running backs coach); 1988, UT-Chattanooga (Receivers); 1989, East Tennessee (Running Backs); 1990-91, UTChattanooga (Receivers); 199294, Holy Cross (Running Backs); 1995-97, Louisville (Receivers); 1998-2005, Virginia Tech (Receivers); 2006-08, Georgia (Running Backs); 2009-13, Georgia (Receivers). Playing Experience: UT-Chattanooga — (1977-80) – Running back who set numerous school kick return records…. named to UT-Chattanooga’s AllCentury Team. Brainerd High School (1974-77) "As a player Coach Ball teaches you the fundamentals and the basics of the game, but also to build on those things and to become a professional of your craft. He is a man of character and teaches you what it means to be a man, and how to grow in this life. I have learned tons from him and I attribute a lot of my success here at Georgia to him."

--WR Chris Conley

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Tony Ball was named running backs coach at the University of Georgia on Feb. 14, 2006, after serving as wide receivers coach at Virginia Tech for eight years. He was named Georgia receivers coach in January, 2009, and in his first two years mentored 2011 NFL first round Bengals' draft choice and Pro Bowl selection A.J. Green. Ball also coached Tavarres King (2009-12), school and Outback Bowl record holder in single game receiving yards (205) and 2013 5th round pick of the Broncos. Detroit Lions receiver Kris Durham is also one of Ball’s former receivers. As a running backs coach, Ball mentored Knowshon Moreno, 2009 first round draft choice of the Denver Broncos. He also coached running backs Thomas Brown, Kregg Lumpkin, Danny Ware, and Brannan Southerland. At UGA, he's been part of a staff that has led Georgia to a record of 5-3 in bowl games and two SEC Eastern Division championships. He’s been part of an offensive staff that has led Georgia to two consecutive record-setting seasons on offense: Total Yards in a Season (6,547 in 2012 and 6,294 in 2013); Average Yards Per Game (484.2 in ‘13 and 467.64 in ‘12); and Most TD’s in a Season (72 in 2012 and 58 in ‘13). Ball has a long history of coaching both receivers and running backs. Prior to joining the Virginia Tech staff, Ball served as receivers coach at Louisville (1995-97), running backs coach at the College of The Holy Cross (1992-94), receivers coach at UT-Chattanooga (1990-91), running backs coach at East Tennessee (1989), and receivers coach at UT-Chattanooga (1988). During the summers of 1996 and ’97, Ball participated in the National Football League’s Minority Internship Program with the Baltimore Ravens. He interned with the Broncos in 2003. A native of Chattanooga, Tenn., Ball was part of Virginia Tech's rapid rise to national prominence having accompanied the Hokies to eight consecutive bowl games while helping them become a regular in the nation’s top ten rankings. Ball is credited with coaching some of the school's greatest receivers including Ernest Wilford (2002-03), the school's all-time receptions leader, the first player in school history to post two 50-catch seasons, and a fourth round choice in the 2004 NFL draft. A graduate of UT-Chattanooga, Ball began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Austin Peay (1985-86) earning his master's degree in health and nutrition. Ball played football for the late Joe Morrison at UTC where he was a standout running back (1977-80) who set numerous school kickoff return records. In 1977 Ball led the nation in kickoff returns with a 36.4 per return average. In 2007, he was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame and in 2003, was named to the UTC All-Century Team. He earned his undergraduate degree in criminal justice. Ball is married to the former Maria Ann Slayden. They have two children: Anthony, 23, and Keshea, 22.


coaching staff

Mike Bobo

Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks

Birthdate: April 9, 1974 Birthplace: Augusta, Ga. Family: Wife Lainie; children Drew, Olivia, Jake, Ava Grace and Kate. High School: Thomasville College: Georgia '97 Coaching Experience: 1998, Georgia (Administrative Assistant); 1999, Georgia (Graduate Assistant); 2000, Jacksonville State (QB’s); 2001-06,Georgia (Quarterbacks); 2007-13, Georgia (Offensive Coordinator/QB's) Playing Experience: Georgia (1993-97) -- Finished his playing career ranked second in the Georgia record books in passing yards (6,334), pass attempts (766), pass completions (445), and TD passes (38)... team captain in 1996 and 1997.. .MVP of the 1998 Outback Bowl...Thomasville H.S. (1990-93) -- USA Today Georgia Player of the Year...Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA Offensive Player of the Year... broke every school and region career passing mark and the Georgia high school career yardage record.

“It’s great having a coach who you know will always be prepared for every meeting and game. Coach Bobo will always have a great game plan and a thorough knowledge of the next opponent, which is valuable to us as quarterbacks.” — QB Hutson Mason

Mike Bobo, one of the most prolific passers in University of Georgia history, was brought home by head coach Mark Richt in January, 2001, to coach the Bulldog quarterbacks. He was promoted to Offensive Coordinator in 2007. Bobo had served one year as assistant coach at Jacksonville State University after working as an administrative assistant and graduate assistant at UGA in 1998 and '99. During his 13 years at UGA, he has been part of a staff that has led Georgia to 126 victories, two SEC championships, five SEC Eastern Division titles, eight bowl victories, and seven top ten finishes in the final national polls including No 4 in 2012, No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. He’s directed an offense that has led Georgia to two consecutive record-setting seasons on offense: Total Yards in a Season (6,547 in 2012 and 6,294 in 2013); Average Yards Per Game (484.2 in ‘13 and 467.64 in ‘12); and Most TD’s in a Season (72 in 2012 and 58 in ‘13). Bobo has coached several star QB’s at UGA including Aaron Murray (2010-13) who set 27 Georgia records, four SEC marks and finished with 13,562 yards of total offense, 13,166 yards passing, 121 touchdown passes and 921 completions. He became the first player in SEC history to have at least 3,000 yards passing in four consecutive seasons. Bobo has also coached Matthew Stafford, the first pick of the 2009 NFL draft (Lions), and the winningest quarterback in NCAA Division 1-A history at the time--David Greene--who won 42 games as a starter and set the Bulldog and SEC records for Career Passing Yards (11,528). His 2005 QB, D.J. Shockley, earned All-SEC first team honors and led the SEC in passing efficiency (148.3). A four-year Bulldog letterman from 1994-97, Bobo finished his Bulldog career leading the team in passing in both 1996 and '97. He currently ranks high in the Georgia passing record books in several categories including: season completion percentage (first, 65.0%, 1997), season passing efficiency rating (first, 155.80, 1997), career pass completions (third, 445), season passing yards (third, 2,751, 1997), career passing yards (third, 6,334), season TD passes (third, 19), career TD passes (second, 38). He completed 26 of 28 passes (including 19 in a row) for 267 yards and one touchdown and was named the game's Most Valuable Player leading the Dogs to a 33-6 victory over Wisconsin in the 1998 Outback Bowl. He was elected team captain (1996-97) and permanent team captain of the 1997 Bulldogs. As a star quarterback at Thomasville High School, Bobo was named the 1993 Georgia Player of the Year by both USA Today and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. As a senior, he completed 143x245 passes for 2,477 yards and 23 TD's. In his career, he completed 329x590 passes for 5,167 yards and 42 TD's. He also rushed for 15 TD's. He is married to the former Lainie Meshad. They have five children, a son, Drew, 10; triplets - Olivia, Jake and Ava Grace, 8 and Kate, 6.

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Mike Ekeler

Inside Linebackers / Defensive Special Teams Coordinator

Birthdate: Oct. 4, 1971 Birthplace: David City, Neb. Family: Wife Barbie and four children, J.J., Cameryn, Abigail, and Bella. High School: Blair (Neb.) College: Kansas State ‘95 Coaching Experience: 1999-2001, Angela Skutt HS, Neb. (Assistant Coach); 2002, Manhattan (Kan.) HS (Assistant Coach); 2003-04, Oklahoma (Defensive Graduate Assistant); 2005-07, LSU (Defensive Graduate Assistant/Intern); 2008-10, Nebraska (Linebackers); 2001-12, Indiana (CoDefensive Coord/Linebackers); 2013, Southern Cal (Linebackers); 2014, Georgia (Inside Linebackers) Playing Experience: Kansas State – (1991-94), linebacker, named team captain. Blair HS (1988-90), linebacker/ wide receiver; state championship junior year.

“Coach Ekeler shows a lot of passion and enthusiasm in coaching us. He spends much of his time and effort to help us become great players and men off the field. Coach Ekeler is doing a great job at having us play to our full potential.” — ILB Ramik Wilson

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Mike Ekeler, linebackers coach at Southern Cal in 2013, was named Inside Linebackers Coach at Georgia on Feb. 6, 2014. He also coordinates the defensive special teams. Ekeler had previously served as linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator at Indiana (2011-12). A native of David City, Nebraska, he had served as linebackers coach at Nebraska for three seasons (2008-10) under head coach Bo Pelini. During his three years in Lincoln, the Cornhuskers won or shared the Big 12 Conference North Division title all three seasons. As Nebraska’s linebackers coach, he was involved with some of the nation’s most successful defenses. In 2010, Nebraska was third nationally in pass efficiency defense, fifth in pass defense, ninth in scoring defense and 11th in total defense. In 2009, the Cornhuskers led the country in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense, and were seventh in total defense and ninth in rushing defense. He coached NFL draft picks Lavonte David, a 2010 and 2011 All-American first teamer when he set the school season tackles record, Phillip Dillard and Cody Glenn. Ekeler had worked as a graduate assistant at LSU (2005-07) when Pelini was defensive coordinator and also at Oklahoma (2003-04) when Pelini was co-defensive coordinator with the Sooners. Oklahoma played for the BCS title in both of Ekeler’s seasons at Oklahoma posting a two-year record of 24-3. While at LSU, the Tigers led the SEC in six defensive categories and ranked nationally in four in 2006. The 2007 LSU team finished 12-2 and won the BCS National Championship marking the third time in five years that Ekeler had been part of a team playing for the BCS title. Ekeler graduated from Blair High School in Blair, Neb., where he played both wide receiver and linebacker winning the state championship his junior year. He played linebacker for Bill Snyder at Kansas State from 1991-94 and was named team captain in 1994. He was the only player appointed captain by Snyder during the coach’s initial seventeen-year head coaching career at Kansas State. E ke l e r e arned his Bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Kansas State in 1995. He entered private business where he spent seven years before returning to the game as a volunteer coach at V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha, Neb., from 1999-2001, and as assistant coach at Manhattan High School, Manhattan, Kan., in 2002. He and his wife, Barbie, have a son, J.J., 12, and daughters Cameryn, 11, Abigail, 9, and Bella, 5.


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Will Friend

Offensive Line / Running Game Coordinator

Birthdate: Feb. 7, 1975 Birthplace: Philadelphia, Miss. Family: Wife Carrie; children Kati, Brooks and Charlie High School: Neshoba Central College: Alabama ‘98 Coaching Experience: 2001, West Alabama (Offensive line); 2002, Tuscaloosa Central HS; 2003-04, Georgia (Graduate Assistant, Offensive Line); 2005-06, Gardner-Webb (Offensive Line); 2007-10, UAB (Offensive Line); 2011-14, Georgia (Offensive Line) Playing Experience: Alabama – (1994-97) Fouryear starter at offensive guard, two-time All-SEC; named to Alabama’s Team of the Decade. Neshoba Central HS: Parade Magazine All-American

“Coach Friend is a very intense coach. He’s as competitive as it gets and that makes him fun to play for. Coach is extremely knowledgable when it comes to in-game situations which helps us out as players. You know you are going to get his best which in return makes you want to give him yours.” — C David Andrews

Will Friend was named offensive line coach at the University of Georgia in February, 2011, after serving four years in the same capacity at UAB. He was named Running Game Coordinator in 2013. Friend has been part of an offensive staff that has led Georgia to two consecutive record-setting seasons on offense: Total Yards in a Season (6,547 in 2012 and 6,294 in 2013); Average Yards Per Game (484.2 in ‘13 and 467.64 in ‘12); and Most TD’s in a Season (72 in 2012 and 58 in ‘13). He also coached three 2012 NFL draft choices - OT Cordy Glenn (2nd, Bills), C Ben Jones (4th, Texans), and OT Justin Anderson (7th, Colts). Friend, a former All-Southeastern Conference performer at Alabama, served under UAB head coach Neil Callaway, former offensive coordinator at UGA, and UAB offensive coordinator Kim Helton, former head coach at the University of Houston (1993-99) and offensive coordinator at the University of Miami (1979-82). UAB’s average offensive output per game in 2009 and 2010 represents two of the top three season marks in Blazers’ history. The UAB offense registered 5,074 yards in 2010, the second-highest single-season total ever for the Blazers. The Blazers finished the 2010 campaign ranked No. 24 nationally in total offense (422.8 yards per game) and were 24th in passing offense (267.0). In 2009, UAB’s rushing average of 229.9 yards per game was the highest mark for the Blazers in school history and ranked No. 7 in the nation. Friend came to UAB after spending two years at Gardner-Webb (2005-06) as the Bulldogs’ offensive line coach. He had also spent two years as a graduate assistant coach at Georgia (2003-04) working with Callaway on the offensive line. In his first season at Gardner-Webb, the Bulldog offense ranked No. 10 nationally in total offense as Friend saw three of his linemen earn All-Big South Conference honors. He also spent a year at Tuscaloosa Central High School (2002) and was the offensive line coach at West Alabama in 2001. As a player, Friend twice earned All-SEC honors at Alabama when Callaway was a member of the Crimson Tide coaching staff. He was a four-year starter at guard for the Crimson Tide, helping Alabama to the SEC Western Division title and berths in the SEC Championship Game in 1993, 1994 and 1996 -- with appearances in the Gator Bowl, Citrus Bowl (1996) and Outback Bowl (1997). Friend was named to Alabama’s Team of the Decade for the 1990s. A highly-recruited lineman out of high school, Friend was a Parade Magazine All-America selection as a senior at Neshoba Central High in Philadelphia, Miss. He earned his B.S. degree in human performance from Alabama in 1998. Friend is married to the former Carrie Moon of Pleasant Grove, Ala. They have three children: Katie (born 8/30/04, Brooks (born 4/1/10) and Charlie (born 6/17/13).

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John Lilly

Tight Ends/Offensive Special Teams Coordinator

Birthdate: June 21, 1968 Birthplace: Beckley, W.Va. Family: Wife Cheryl; children Allison Catherine and Caleb Jackson High School: Woodrow Wilson College: Guilford ‘90 Coaching Experience: 1991-94, Northwest Guilford High School, Greensboro, N.C.; 1995, Florida State University (videographer); 1996-97, Florida State University (Grad. Asst.); 1998-2007, Florida State University (Tight Ends, Recruiting Coordinator); 2008-13, Georgia (Tight Ends). Playing Experience: Guilford (1986-89) – Quarterback, wide receiver…won Golden Helmet Award as the ideal Guilford player and chosen team captain as a senior…Deans List all four years. Woodrow Wilson High School: Quarterback. “Coach Lilly’s probably the perfect balance between a coach that cares for you on the field and off the field. He is very honest and open with not only you but your family. That’s one thing that drew me to him personally, as a coach and as a person. He’s a guy in the college football world who puts the student-athletes ahead of himself. ­ -- TE Arthur Lynch

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John Lilly was named tight ends coach at UGA on Jan. 24, 2008, after serving as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida State University from 1998-2007. He added the duty of Offensive Special Teams Coordinator in 2014. Lilly, a native of Beckley, West Virginia, is a 1990 graduate of Guilford College (N.C.). During his six seasons at UGA the Bulldogs have won 54 games including three bowl victories and two SEC Eastern Division titles. He’s been part of an offensive staff that has led Georgia to two consecutive record-setting seasons: Total Yards in a Season (6,547 in 2012 and 6,294 in 2013); Average Yards Per Game (484.2 in ‘13 and 467.64 in ‘12); and Most TD’s in a Season (72 in 2012 and 58 in ‘13). At UGA, he’s coached several star TE’s including Arthur Lynch (2009-13), a fifth-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins; Orson Charles, a 2009 Freshman All-American, a consensus All-SEC tight end, AFCA first team All-American, Mackey Award finalist, and fourth round draft choice of the Cincinnati Bengals; and Aron White (2009), named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player in the 2009 Advocare V100 Independence Bowl following his two-TD performance. Lilly has also headed up the Bulldogs' punt team since his arrival in Athens and in 2009 the unit, led by Consensus All-American and Ray Guy Award winning Punter Drew Butler, was first in the nation in Net Punting with an average of 41.95 yards per punt. In 2010 Georgia finished fourth nationally in Net Punting with a 40.6 yard average. He also works with the Bulldog kickers including current Vikings kicker Blair Walsh and UGA All-SEC first team kicker Marshall Morgan. Lilly’s tight ends at FSU were a productive part of the Seminole offens. In 2006, charges recorded 38 catches, the most receptions as a group since 1990 and second-most receptions in FSU history by the tight end position. In 2006, he coached Brandon Warren, the first tight end in school history to receive freshman All-America honors and only the third tight end ever at FSU to receive All-America recognition. In 2005 and ’06 his tight ends registered back-to-back seasons with 30 or more catches for the first time since 1990 and ’91. Under Lilly’s direction, four of FSU’s recruiting classes between 2002 and 2007 were ranked in the top four in the nation. Prior to being named recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach, Lilly served as a graduate assistant (1996-97) and videographer (1995) at FSU. He was an assistant coach at Northwest Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C., from 1991-94. Lilly played quarterback, wide receiver and special teams for Guilford and was named recipient of the Golden Helmet Award as the ideal Guilford College player as a senior. He was a Dean’s List student all four years at Guilford and was chosen team captain as a senior. Lilly is married to the former Cheryl Brown of Tallahassee, Fla. They have one daughter, Allison Catherine, 4, and one son, Caleb Jackson, 3.


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Bryan McClendon

Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator A former wide receiver for the Bulldogs, Bryan McClendon was named running backs coach in February, 2009, after serving two years (2007-08) as a graduate assistant coach working with the Georgia offense. He was named Recruiting Coordinator in 2014. Since joining the full time staff, Georgia teams have won 44 games and two SEC Eastern Division titles. He’s been part of

Birthdate: Dec. 12, 1983 Birthplace: Chicago, Ill. Family: Wife Amber; children Bryan and Brooke High School: Mays College: Georgia '05 Coaching Experience 2007-08, Georgia (Grad. Asst., offense); 2009-13, Georgia (Running Backs) Playing Experience: Georgia (2002-05), Wide receiver ...member of senior class that won 44 games at UGA, 2 SEC titles, 3 SEC Eastern Division titles, played in four bowl games...caught 56 career passes for 830 yards and six TD's. Mays H.S. PrepStar All-American, Superprep All-Dixie Team...as a senior, rushed for 424 yards and four TD's on 62 carries...also caught 37 passes for 736 yards... played in Georgia-Florida AllStar game.

“Coach McClendon brings a lot of energy all the time, whether it’s in practice or during games. He’s always very intense and focused on helping all of us become better players and just better people, too.” -- TB Todd Gurley

an offensive staff that has led Georgia to two consecutive record-setting seasons: Total Yards in a Season (6,547 in 2012 and 6,294 in 2013); Average Yards Per Game (484.2 in ‘13 and 467.64 in ‘12); and Most TD’s in a Season (72 in 2012 and 58 in ‘13).

In 2012, he coached one of the country's most dynamic freshman tailback tandems in Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall. Gurley was a consensus Freshman All-America and All-SEC selection after rushing for 1,385 yards and 17 TD's--second best in the SEC. Marshall added 759 yards and eight TD's. In 2011, he coached SEC Freshman of the Year tailback Isaiah Crowell. He was a four-year letterman with the Bulldogs (2002-05) and his senior class won 44 games-most by any class in Georgia history. During his tenure, the Bulldogs won three Southeastern Conference Eastern Division titles (2002, '03, '05), two SEC championships (2002, '05), and played in four bowl games (2003 Nokia Sugar, '04 Capital One, '05 Outback, '06 Nokia Sugar), winning three of them. McClendon's career blossomed in 2005, when the Bulldogs won the SEC championship. The Atlanta, Ga., native caught 35 passes, six going for touchdowns. He caught the game-winning TD pass in the closing minutes against Georgia Tech, and then blocked a punt in the SEC Championship game, which led to the Bulldogs' third TD in the 34-14 victory over LSU. Following his Georgia career, McClendon signed a free agent contract with the NFL's Chicago Bears. He graduated in December, 2005, with a degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies. He is the son of former Georgia tailback Willie McClendon, 1978 SEC Player of the Year and running back for the Chicago Bears. He is married to the former Amber Arnold of Atlanta, Ga. They have two children, Bryan, 7; and Brooke, 2.

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Jeremy Pruitt

Defensive Coordinator / Secondary

Birthdate: May 28, 1974 Birthplace: Fort Payne, Ala. Family: Wife Casey; son Jayse, 18 High School: Plainview (Ala.) College: West Alabama ‘99 Coaching Experience:

1998, Plainview H.S. (Defensive Backs, Defensive Coordinator); 1999, University of West Alabama (Defensive Backs); 2000, Plainview H.S. (Defensive Backs, Defensive Coordinator); 2001-03, Fort Payne High School (Assistant Coach); 2004-06, Hoover (Ala.) High School (Defensive Backs, Defensive Coordinator (‘05-06); 200709, Alabama (Director of Player Development); 2010-12, Alabama (Defensive Backs); 2013, Florida State (Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Backs); 2014, Georgia (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs).

Playing Experience:

Middle Tennessee State (199394) – Two-year starter at safety and cornerback…Alabama (199596) – Defensive back, 1996 SEC Western Division Champions… Plainview (Ala.) H.S. (1989-92), Two-time All-State defensive back

“Coach Pruitt is a great secondary coach to have. He really stresses the fundamentals of the game. Coach’s emphasis on doing all of the little things right makes us all better players.” — CB Damian Swann

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Jeremy Pruitt, defensive coordinator at national champion Florida State in 2013, was named defensive coordinator at the University of Georgia on January 14, 2014. He was greeted with the challenge of reconstructing the entire defensive staff, the first time an entire defensive staff had changed since 1964. As defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach at FSU, Pruitt was part of a coaching staff that led the Seminoles to an undefeated season and 2013 BCS National Championship. The FSU defense ended the season ranked first nationally in scoring defense (12.1 ppg), second in team passing efficiency defense (93.77), third in total defense (281.4 ypg), and 18th in rushing defense (124.8 ypg). He was a finalist this year for the Broyles Award which goes annually to the nation’s top assistant coach. Pruitt was named Florida State’s defensive coordinator in December, 2012, after serving the previous three seasons (2010-12) as Alabama’s defensive backfield coach. In each of his three seasons as secondary coach, the Crimson Tide ranked in the top 10 nationally in pass efficiency defense, top 15 in pass defense and top five in both total defense and scoring defense. A former Alabama defensive back, Pruitt originally joined the Crimson Tide staff in 2007 as director of player development. He had previously served as an assistant coach at Hoover (Ala.) High from 2004-2006, and as an assistant under his father, Dale Pruitt, at Fort Payne (Ala.) High and Plainview (Ala.) High. He spent one season, 1999, as defensive backs coach at the University of West Alabama. Pruitt made an impact in Tuscaloosa his last two seasons. In 2012, Alabama ranked No. 7 in pass defense yielding just 173.64 yards per game and No. 7 nationally in pass efficiency defense (103.72) while also leading the nation in total defense (250.00 ypg), rushing defense (76.36 yards per game) and scoring defense (10.93 points per game). In 2011, Alabama not only led the nation in pass defense (111.46 ypg) and pass efficiency defense (83.69 ypg), but also rushing defense, total defense and scoring defense on its way to winning the BCS National Championship. Pruitt’s 2011 secondary at Alabama produced three first team All-Americans and NFL draft picks in first rounders safety Mark Barron (No. 7 pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (No. 17 pick by the Cincinnati Bengals). Cornerback DeQuan Menzie was taken in the fifth round by the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2012, Pruitt’s secondary overcame the loss of three NFL Draft picks to become one of the best in the nation. Junior cornerback Dee Milliner led the group with 51 tackles, 18 pass breakups and two interceptions en route to earning first-team All-America honors. A finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, Milliner ranked third nationally in passes defended with 1.67 per game. Last season at FSU, Pruitt coached two players who were taken in the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft: safety Terrence Brooks (3rd round) and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner (2nd round), who was also a Jim Thorpe Award finalist. Pruitt is married to the former Casey East. He has one son, Jayse.


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Tracy Rocker Defensive Line

Birthdate: May 28, 1974 Birthplace: Atlanta, Ga. Family: Wife Lalitha; son Kumar High School: Fulton HS College: Auburn ‘93 Coaching Experience: 1994-96, West Alabama (Defensive Line); 1997-2001, Troy State (Defensive Line); 2002, Cincinnati (Defensive Line); 2003-07, Arkansas (Defensive Line); 2008, Ole Miss (Defensive Line); 2009-10, Auburn (Defensive Line); 2011-13, Tennessee Titans (Defensive Line). Playing Experience: Auburn: (1984-88) – 1987, ’88 All-American…1988 Lombardi and Outland Award winner…1988 SEC Player of the Year…inducted into College Football Hall of Fame in 2004 Fulton HS: (1980-84), Twotime All-State, Atlanta JournalConstitution Defensive Player of the Year

“Coach Rocker is always demanding 100 percent from you on the field, in the weight room and in our classes. He is the kind of coach who won’t let you cheat yourself, and I appreciate having a leader like that.” — DE Sterling Bailey

Tracy Rocker, one of the state of Georgia’s greatest college football players of all time, was named defensive line coach at the University of Georgia on January 28, 2014. Rocker came to UGA after three years as defensive line coach with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Rocker is a former Auburn All-America defensive lineman, 1988 Outland and Lombardi Award winner, and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2004. Rocker coached three years with the Titans (2011, ’12, ’13). In 2012, the Titans ranked 10th in the NFL in sacks (39). In his first season with the Titans, DT Karl Klug led all NFL rookie defensive tackles with seven sacks, a total that led the Titans and also ranked fourth among all NFL defensive tackles. A 17-year veteran of college coaching, Rocker spent time with five programs and helped a number of players reach All-American honors. He joined the Titans after spending two seasons (2009-10) at Auburn as the defensive line coach. As a coach, he helped develop Nick Fairley into the Lombardi Award winner (given to the NCAA’s best defensive lineman or linebacker) and an AP All-American as a part of Auburn’s 2010 national championship winning team. In 2009, he coached Antonio Coleman, who led the SEC in tackles for loss (16.5) and sacks (10.0). Before his two-year stint at Auburn, Rocker spent one year at Ole Miss (2008) and mentored Greg Hardy (8.5 sacks) and Peria Jerry. The Rebel defense led the SEC and finished fourth in the country with 39 sacks. Rocker worked five seasons (2003-07) at Arkansas during which time Jamaal Anderson earned a first-round selection in the 2007 NFL Draft after a 14-sack season as a senior. The 2005 Razorback unit ranked second in the SEC in sacks with 29 and was fourth in rushing defense. Rocker spent one season with the University of Cincinnati in 2002 and helped them capture the Conference USA title. In 1997, he took over the defensive line at Troy, where he would spend five seasons. In his time working with the Trojans, DeMarcus Ware and Osi Umenyiora were under his coaching. Rocker broke into the college coaching ranks at West Alabama from 1994-96 as the defensive line coach. He began his coaching career as the defensive coordinator at Auburn (Ala.) High School for one season. As a player, Rocker was a two-time All American at Auburn and the 1988 Outland (best offensive or defensive lineman) and Lombardi Trophy winner. He was the first SEC player to earn both awards. He was named SEC Player of the Year following his senior season (1988). Rocker was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. Rocker was a third-round pick by the Washington Redskins in the 1989 NFL Draft and played two seasons before suffering a knee injury. He concluded his career by playing one year for the Orlando Thunder of the World Football League. As a coach, Rocker spent two summers working with NFL teams (Indianapolis, 2001; Tampa Bay, 2006) as a part of the NFL’s Minority Internship Program. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Rocker and his wife Lalitha have a son, Kumar.

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Kevin Sherrer

SAM Linebackers / Star Position

Birthdate: March 19, 1973 Birthplace: Oneonta, Ala. Family: Wife Carrie and twin sons, Kaleb and Kyle. High School: Cleveland HS College: Alabama ‘96 Coaching Experience: 1996-97, Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High School (Assistant Coach); 1998-2000, Alabama (Graduate Assistant, defense); 2001-04, Spain Park (Ala.) High School (defensive backs); 200509, Hoover (Ala.) High School (Assistant Coach, Defensive Coordinator (2007-09); 2010-12, Alabama (Director of Player Development); 2013, South Alabama (Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Backs)…2014, Georgia (SAM linebacker and Star) Playing Experience: Alabama (1993-95) – Tight end… won SEC Western Division title twice…Cleveland H.S. (198891) – All-State tight end and team captain

“Coach Sherrer is a great coach with many life lessons that he shares with us. He comes to practice every day ready to get better and he expects the same from us. I have really enjoyed having him as a coach.”

— OLB Leonard Floyd

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Kevin Sherrer, defensive coordinator at South Alabama in 2013, was named a defensive assistant at the University of Georgia on January 24, 2014. Sherrer, who served as Director of Player Development at Alabama for three years prior to joining the South Alabama staff, coached defensive backs for the Jaguars. The 2013 South Alabama defense ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference in total defense (384.3 yards per game) and second in scoring defense (25.2 points per game). At Alabama, Sherrer’s responsibilities included assisting Crimson Tide student-athletes with academics, community outreach and their personal lives. During his tenure, UA posted a 35-5 (87.5%) mark while winning the BCS national title in 2011 and 2012 and the 2012 Southeastern Conference championship. Prior to joining the staff at Alabama, Sherrer was an assistant coach at Hoover (Ala.) High for five years, including serving as defensive coordinator the final three. In his first season on the staff the Buccaneers claimed the state 6A championship, a feat they would repeat in 2009, while in two of his other three years with the program HHS advanced to the title game. While Sherrer was on the staff, the Buccaneers posted a 61-12 (83.6%) record. Sherrer was also the defensive backs coach at Spain Park (Ala.) High School from 2001-04, where he helped the Jaguars win 16 games his last two seasons after going 3-7 in the school’s first-ever year competing in football. SPHS finished 7-4 the following fall after qualifying for the state 6A playoffs, while in 2004 the Jaguars advanced to the quarterfinals en route to a 9-4 overall mark. He got his start in the coaching ranks as an assistant at Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High during the 1996 and ’97 seasons; Sherrer helped lead the Wildcats to the state 6A championship in his second year on the staff as well, as they would go 21-6 (77.8%) during his tenure with the program. He was also a graduate assistant at Alabama from 1998-2000, assisting on defense while also helping to coordinate scout teams, video breakdown and on-campus recruiting. The Tide won the 1999 SEC title and played in the Orange Bowl that season, also participating in the Music City Bowl during that three-year span. Sherrer was a tight end for the Crimson Tide from 1993-95, during which time Alabama recorded a 29-7-1 (79.7%) overall mark while winning the SEC West Division title twice. UA ended the 1993 campaign 9-3-1 after defeating North Carolina 2410 in the Gator Bowl, and the next season put together a 12-1 record following a 24-17 victory over Ohio State in the Citrus Bowl to end the year. He is a 1996 graduate of Alabama with a degree in physical education, and he earned his master’s degree in higher education administration from the school in 2000. Sherrer and his wife Carrie have twin sons, Kaleb and Kyle.


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Joe Tereshinski

Director of Strength and Conditioning

Birthdate: July 24, 1953 Birthplace: Washington, D.C. Family: Wife Cathleen; sons Joe III (wife Jill), John (wife Maggie) and daughter Molly; High School: St. John's

College High, '72

College: Georgia '77 Coaching Experience: 1982-84 Georgia (Offensive Line, Special Teams, Asst. Strength Coach); 1985-86 Georgia (Asst. Strength Coach, Adm. Asst. to head coach); 1987-10 Georgia (Asst. Strength Coach, Video and Game Analysis); 2011-13, Director of Strength and Conditioning. Playing Experience: Georgia (1972-76) Starting center on 1975 Georgia Cotton Bowl team that finished 9-3 and on the 1976 SEC Champion Sugar Bowl team that finished 10-2. St. John’s College High (196871) Four year starter at defensive tackle/fullback. All Metropolitan, junior and senior year...team captain senior year.

“Coach Tereshinski is the most loyal person I’ve met at Georgia. He loves Georgia more than anyone else and you see that passion day in and day out in the weight room and on the field.” -- TE Arthur Lynch

Joe Tereshinksi has been part of the Bulldog athletic program and football staff since starting at center on the 1975 Cotton Bowl team and 1976 SEC champion team. A native of Washington, D.C., he was named Director of Strength and Conditioning in January, 2011, after serving as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach and video coordinator since 1982. During his Georgia career he has also served as a game analysis coordinator, the walk-on program director and summer camp co-coordinator. Since 1998 he coordinated the Annual Football Gala which recognizes the Bulldog seniors. Tereshinski is an integral part of the staff that in the last 13 years has led Georgia to 126 victories, two SEC championships, five SEC Eastern Division titles, eight bowl victories, and seven top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 4 in 2012, No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. His oldest son, Joe, III, is a former UGA QB, while his youngest son, John, is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest where he was a standout receiver. In his early Bulldog career he also served as an assistant in the areas of offensive line and special teams. The son of former Bulldog football letterman and second team All-SEC performer Joe Tereshinski, Sr., he was an outstanding high school lineman at St. John's College High in Washington, D.C. Tereshinski followed in his dad's footsteps and became a Georgia Bulldog and during his career, he was a two-year starter at center on a pair of Georgia's finest teams. His brother, Wally Tereshinski, was a starting tight end on the 1976 championship team. The 1975 Bulldogs finished 9-2 and earned an invitation to the Cotton Bowl. The 1976 Bulldog team posted a 10-1 regular season record, won the SEC championship, and earned an invitation to play in the Sugar Bowl. During his career, Tereshinski was recipient of the prestigious Coffee County Hustle Award, Wallace Butts Memorial Award, Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award, and Wallace Butts family scholarship. The Tereshinski family owns the distinction of having five members play major college football, all of whom played on conference championship teams: Joe, Sr., 1946; Joe, Jr., and Wally, 1976; Joe, III, 2002 and 2005, all at Georgia; and John, 2006, Wake Forest ACC champions. Tereshinski is married to the former Cathleen Givens of Denver, Colo. They have two sons: Joe, III, is married to the former Jill Elliott and they have one daughter, Molly; and John, who is married to the former Maggie Horne.

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John Eason

Director of Player Development John Eason, who came with Mark Richt to Georgia as receivers coach and assistant head coach in 2001, was named Director of Football Operations in February, 2009, and Director of Player Development in February, 2010. A former wide receivers coach at Florida State University and offensive coordinator at South Carolina, he also served as Associate Head Coach at UGA from 2005-08. Eason is an integral part of the staff that in the last 13 years has led Georgia to 126 victories, two SEC championships, five SEC Eastern Division titles, eight bowl victories, and seven top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 4 in 2012, No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. His most recent pupils as a receivers coach are Mohamed Massaquoi, second round pick of the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 NFL draft, and A.J. Green, two-time consensus All-SEC selection and NFL first round draft choice. In 2002, the Bulldogs finished as the SEC's top scoring (32.14 ppg) and pass efficiency (138.91) offense and in 2005, led the SEC in passing efficiency (144.0) and was second in scoring offense (29.5 ppg). Eason also coached Georgia's all-time career pass receiving leader and first team All-SEC performer Terrence Edwards, along with fellow All-SEC first team selections Fred Gibson and Reggie Brown. Eason, who has a Ph.D. degree (1987) in Educational Administration from FSU, also served as an assistant professor in the Department of Human Service and Wellness at the University of Central Florida in 1999-2000. In addition, he held positions as offensive coordinator and associate head coach of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League during the 2000 season while on leave from UCF. Eason served as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at South Carolina from 1995-98 following 12 years as wide receivers coach at FSU from 1981-94. During his tenure at FSU, the Seminoles won one national championship (1993) and eight bowl games. In his 12 seasons, Eason coached seven wide receivers who received All-America recognition including three first team selections. With bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and masters degree graduate from Florida A&M University, Eason also served as an Assistant to the Athletic Director for Academic/Student Affairs during a tenure at FSU which actually began in 1981. After graduating from Florida A&M, Eason played one season with the Oakland Raiders (1968) in which they won the AFL Western Division championship. While at Florida A&M, Eason set the school record for most touchdowns receiving, highest punting average, and longest punt. He was named to the All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team in 1966-67, was named the SIAC Player of the Year, and to the American Football Coaches Association Small College All-America Team. He is married to the former Vanessa Long of Tallahassee, Fla. They have two children, Amanda and Michael.

Brad Hutcherson Director of Football Operations Brad Hutcherson was named Director of Football Operations in January, 2011, after serving two years as a program coordinator with the Georgia offense. Hutcherson, a native of Savannah, became a student assistant with the UGA offensive staff in 2005. During his time with the Bulldogs, Georgia captured the 2005 SEC championship, 2011 and 2012 SEC Eastern Division title, and has won five bowl games. Georgia has also won 84 games during the time heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worked with the Bulldogs offensive staff. A graduate of Savannah (Ga.) Christian High School, Hutcherson earned his degree in Sport Management from UGA in December, 2008. He is married to the former Jennifer Watson.

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Dave Van Halanger Director of Player Welfare

Dave Van Halanger was named Director of Player Welfare in January, 2011, after serving ten years as Director of Strength and Conditioning. Van Halanger is an integral part of the staff that in the last 13 years has led Georgia to 126 victories, two SEC championships, five SEC Eastern Division titles, 13 bowl games, and seven top ten finishes in the final national polls including No. 4 in 2012, No. 2 in 2007 and No. 3 in 2002. Van Halanger spent 18 years as FSU's strength and conditioning coach from 1983-2001 and five years as head strength coach at his alma mater, West Virginia, where he is credited with starting WVU's first organized weight training program. Van Halanger has worked with 30 consecutive bowl teams spanning his tenures at UGA, FSU and WVU, with those teams compiling a 21-8-1 record. He has tutored more than 30 NFL first-round draft picks. In June, 2001, Van Halanger was awarded the title of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach, the highest honor presented by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. It is given for professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise, and longevity in the field. He was also inducted into the Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame in June, 2003. Under Van Halanger's direction, the average student-athlete gained 20-25 pounds, added 100 pounds to his bench press and 200 pounds to his squat during his years at FSU. He was one of three strength coaches featured in a July 1998 issue of Sports Illustrated. He served as strength coach of the 2000 Gridiron Classic in Orlando and in 1999 became the first strength coach in the 75-year history of the East-West Shrine Game to be asked to coach the team. Van Halanger also served as strength and conditioning coach for both teams at the 2004 Gridrion Classic. In addition, he was named the 1993 Strength Coach of the Year by the NFL Coaches. A three-year starter under Coach Bobby Bowden at West Virginia, Van Halanger was co-captain of the 1975 West Virginia Peach Bowl team. An offensive tackle, he earned All-East honors his junior and senior seasons and was an honorable mention All-America selection as a senior. He played professionally with the Atlanta Falcons in 1976 before returning to WVU as a graduate assistant and head junior varsity coach. He became the full-time strength coach at WVU in 1978. Van Halanger was also a leader in FSU's Fellowship of Christian Athletes group. Van Halanger, a native of Turtle Creek, Pa., and his wife, Michele, have five children - Danielle, Michael, Matthew (football letterman and 2014 graduate of the Naval Academy), Julie and Katelyn and a grandson.

Brett Greene

Director of Video Operations

Brett Greene joined the Georgia Athletic Association as Director of Video Operations in January 2011, after serving nine years in the video department of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Greene oversees all video software and equipment in Georgia’s new state of the art Butts-Mehre football facility. Greene supervises all of the video and computer needs for the Georgia football program as well as the filming and editing of all practices and games with the XOS Thunder System. This technology allows the coaches to view any play or sequence at the click of a button. Video is merged with key data, such as down and distance, to provide coaches with a complete analysis of every play. He is also responsible for online game exchange, all recruiting videos, and production of Highlight videos Under Greene’s direction, the video department has streamlined the network in order for coaches and players to have open access to watch video. Today, a Bulldog player can easily view all of his reps or study tendencies of an opponent, and coaches have instant access to recruiting film online in order to evaluate prospects. Additionally, Greene has been a key developer of Georgia Football’s first recruiting mobile app called, “The Georgia Way”, where visitors can get an inside look at the program through content produced by the Football Staff. Another initiative under Greene’s direction is the implementation of iPads for use by all coaches and players to view practice and game video. Georgia was also among the first programs to move to an all-digital playbook in the 2013 season. Greene oversees a staff of six people, which includes one full-time assistant and five student workers. A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Greene worked closely with NFL head coaches Tom Coughlin, Mike Smith, and Jack Del Rio while with the Jaguars. Greene is the member of the College Sports Video Association. He and his wife Meghan have two sons, Connor 6, and Hudson, 2.

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coaching staff John Thomas

Sr. Associate Director Strength and Conditioning John Thomas, head football strength and conditioning coach at Penn State for 20 years, was named Sr. Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning at the University of Georgia in March, 2012. In his first year, the Bulldogs won 12 games, the SEC Eastern Division Title, and defeated Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl. In his two years at UGA he has worked with 12 AllSEC players (five first team) and 10 players selected in the NFL draft. At Penn State, his strenuous program was known for producing fourth quarter success. Penn State won seven games decided by 10 points or less in 2011 and has won 22 such games between 2005-11. His efforts were recognized with his 2002 selection as Master of Strength and Conditioning Coach, a title held by fewer than 30 people worldwide. He also was chosen the 1997 National Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach-of-the-Year. During his tenure at Penn State in the weight room, he coached 124 All-Big Ten players, 81 NFL draft picks including 17 first rounders. The Nittany Lions earned 16 post-season bowl invitations during that time. Twenty-five of his former graduate assistants have become college or professional level strength coaches or personal trainers. Thomas spent two seasons at the U.S. Military Academy, the second as the head of the strength and conditioning program in 1990-91. A Muskingum College graduate, he started at defensive tackle for two years and at offensive guard for two seasons and was an All-Ohio Valley Athletic Conference first-team pick and a second-team Division II All-American. He was inducted into the Muskingum Athletic Hall of Fame in October 2008. Thomas spent two years as a graduate assistant football and strength coach at Toledo. At the University of the South (1986-89), he coached football and served as a strength coach in football and baseball. He is married to the former Kelly Sims of Huntland, Tenn. and they have three children: Jacob (1/5/94), Logan (3/16/96) and Grace (5/1/2000).

Sherman Armstrong Associate Director Strength and Conditioning

Sherman Armstrong, founder and head performance specialist at VAST (Velocity, Agility, Speed, Technique) Sports Performance, was named Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach at Georgia in March, 2012. Armstrong’s program at VAST included training competitors in speed, agility, and quickness on the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. He helped develop pre-season, in-season, and postseason strength training programs for all sports. Included in the program were exploring innovative training methods, developing daily training programs, teaching participants sport-specific and position-specific skills, and managing pre-competition and competition schedules. During his tenure at VAST, Armstrong also served as NFL Combine Prep head speed coach, NFL Veterans Off-season training head speed coach, and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Performance Gaines (2008-10). He also serverd as sports performance specialist at Elite Athletics (2008). A graduate of the University of Illinois, Armstrong is a four-time AllAmerican and two-time Olympic Trials finalist in the 400 meter hurdles. He is also a Big Ten and school record-holder in the 400 meter hurdles, nine-time Big Ten champion, and 2000 Big Ten Athlete of the Year. He is married to the former Adia McKinnon. They have three children: Nehemiah (3-17-2005), Jabari (8-26-2006), and Nia (2-15-2010).

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Gus Felder

Assistant Director Strength and Conditioning Gus Felder, Director of Strength and Conditioning at Clark Atlanta in 2013, was named Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at Georgia on Feb. 20, 2014. According to UGA Director of Strength and Conditioning Joe Tereshinski, Felder, who was actually involved in boxing before playing football, will continue and further develop the team’s mixed martial arts program in additional to strength and conditioning duties. A former standout at Penn State University (1998-2002), Felder was named to the All Big Ten team in 2001 at the left tackle and guard positions. After a short stint in the National Football League (NFL) with the Cleveland Browns, he began his coaching career at the high school ranks where he gained four years of coaching experience including one year as head coach at Simon Gratz High School (Philadelphia, PA) in 2004. Felder also served two years as the strength and conditioning and assistant football coach at Cheyney University. Felder recently obtained his Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Health Education from Penn State while serving as a graduate assistant football coach for two seasons (2010-2012). He earned his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. He is a native of Philadelphia, Pa., and prepped at Berwick Area High School where he was a prominent lineman. Felder and his wife Kelly have five children Destiny, 16; Jazmine, 12; Alexa, 10, EJ, 5; and Faith, 3.

John Meshad

Director of Athletic Equipment John Meshad began working for the Athletic Association in 2002 as an intern in the Athletic Directors office. In 2004 he was named Assistant Equipment Manager for the football team. He was a part of the 2005 SEC Championship team. Following 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 recently named the Director of Athletic Equipment for The University of Georgia in 2011. Meshad attended The University of Georgia in 1995-96 where he first started working in the equipment room as a student manager under longtime Bulldog equipment manager Dave Allen. He finished his degree at The University of Montana where he majored in communications and received a minor in history. While in Montana he also developed an interest in fly-fishing. He is now an avid fly fisherman who also enjoys playing golf in his free time. A native of Mobile, Ala., John attended McGill-Toolen High School where he lettered in football for three years. He is married to the former Nichole Lee Kendrick of Macon, GA. and have a son, Michael Clayton Meshad, born November, 2013.


support staff Bryant Gantt

Program Coordinator Georgia football letterman Bryant Gantt was named Program Coordinator in the football office in January, 2011, after serving 19 years as a legal assistant at an Athens law firm. 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. Gantt was named the recipient of 2012 Liberty Bell Award from the Western Circuit Bar Association. 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 1997-10, 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.

Dan Inman

Graduate Assistant, Offense Dan Inman, a native of Hope Mills, N.C., was named a graduate assistant on offense for the coaching staff in April 2012. This is Inman’s second stop in Athens after suiting up for the Bulldogs on the offensive line from 200306. He started 48 games at tackle during his career. He was named a Freshman All-American in 2003 before earning All-SEC honors as a junior and senior. Inman also was a recipient of the program’s Iron Dawg Award and was named the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week five times in his career. Will Friend, who is Georgia’s offensive line coach, was a graduate assistant for the Bulldogs during Inman’s playing career. In 2008, Inman coached with his father, Wayne Inman, at Terry Sanford High School in North Carolina. Inman then was an offensive graduate assistant at the University of North Carolina for the 2009 season. Inman graduated with a degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies from Georgia in 2007. He returned to school at UNC-Pembroke and earned his Master’s degree in Education in 2012. Dan is married to the former Erin Donovan.

Ann Hunt Adm. Assoc. to Head Coach

Connie Connelly Recruiting Program Coord.

Kelly McDaniel Receptionist

Kevin Purvis Asst. Equipment Mgr.

Ben Brandenburg Recruiting Asst.

Clark Williams Asst Video

Kelin Johnson

Graduate Assistant, Defense Kelin Johnson, a native of Daytona Beach, Fla., was named a graduate assistant on defense for the coaching staff following the 2013 season. Johnson played safety for the Bulldogs from 2004-2007, playing in 48 games and starting 24 of those. As the defensive captain in 2007, Johnson led the Bulldog defense in interceptions with four. At the conclusion of his freshman season, Johnson was named recipient of the Defensive Newcomer of the Year Award. In addition, he was given the Unknown Soldier Award (players who unselfishly sacrifice to prepare the team for each game). During his career at Georgia, the Bulldogs compiled a record of 40-11, and earned berths in bowl games four times. Georgia was ranked in the top-10 at the conclusion of three of his four seasons in Athens. Johnson graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in speech communication.

Thomas Guerry Thomas Guerry Adam Leakey Kenny Pauley Kenny Pauley Recruiting Intern Recruiting Intern Recruiting Intern Director, Athletic Director, Athletic Turf/Grounds Turf/Grounds

Thomas Settles Team Chaplain

Kevin Hynes Team Chaplain

Christian Robinson

Graduate Assistant, Defense Christian Robinson, a native of Lawrenceville and graduate of Greater Atlanta Christian, was named a graduate assistant for the defense in 2013 after a standout career as a Bulldog linebacker. Robinson played in 51 games from 20092012, starting 17 of those. He tallied 159 tackles over that span, including 4.5 sacks and 22.5 tackles for loss. Robinson was named a team captain three times during his career. The Bulldogs compiled a 46-21 record during Robinson’s time in Athens. He helped lead the Bulldogs to five bowl games as Georgia finished with three top-20 rankings during those years, including a No. 5 ranking in 2013. That year, Robinson directed a defense that held six opponents to 14 points or less. Robinson graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Sport Management in December, 2012.

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support staff Doug Saylor

Graduate Assistant, Offense Doug Saylor, a native of Newnan, Ga., and graduate of East Coweta HS, was named a graduate assistant for the offense in 2013 after serving a year as an offensive program coordinator. Saylor has been associated with the program since joining the staff as a student assistant in November 2007 working with the offense (mainly receivers) and special teams. He continued his work with the offense over the next four years, serving primarily as the signal caller to the QBs during games. A qualifier for the 2011 Georgia Amateur Golf Championship, Saylor lettered in football, basketball, baseball and golf at ECHS. Saylor also helped East Coweta finish second at the GHSA 5A state golf tournament in 2007. The son of Darrell and Kathy, Saylor graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Sport Management in December, 2011.

Buddy Collins

Quality Control, Special Teams Buddy Collins, a native of DeLand, Fla., and graduate of DeLand HS, was named to the quality control staff for special teams in 2014, after serving as the program coordinator on defense during the spring of 2013. Collins had served as a Graduate Assistant for defense at Bethune-Cookman since January 2011. In that position, he mainly worked with the defensive line. A 2010 graduate of Mid-America Nazarene University, Collins was a three-year letterwinner on the football team. He helped his team to three NAIA National Playoff appearances and the HAAC Conference Championship game. He graduated in 2010 with a Bachelors degree in Biology. Collins married the former Tennille Bevill in June 2012.

George Helow

Quality Control, Defense George Helow was named quality control assistant on defense for the coaching staff in January before the start of spring practice. Helow comes to Georgia after serving as a graduate assistant for new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt at Florida State. Helow also served as defensive intern for Pruitt at Alabama in 2012. Under Pruitt, Helow was part of two national championship coaching staffs before coming to UGA. Prior to joining Alabama’s defensive staff, Helow attended Ole Miss, where he earned a spot on the football team as a walk-on from 2006 to 2010. Helow saw action in every game for the Rebels from 2008-10 and earned a scholarship prior to the 2010 campaign. A member of the U.M.A.A. Spring Honor Roll in 2008, Helow graduated from from the Ole Miss in December of 2010 with a degree in marketing. He is the son of Joe and Julie Helow.

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Alex Jackson

Quality Control, Offense Alex Jackson, a native of Quincy, Fla., and former offensive lineman for Georgia was hired as a quality control assistant for the offensive coaching staff in early spring of 2014. Most recently, Jackson served three years on the staff at Mississippi Valley State, where he saw time as offensive line coach and offensive coordinator. Prior to joining the Delta Devils, Jackson spent a year as offensive quality control assistant at Arkansas. Jackson also spent time at Langston University where he held the positions of tight ends and tackles coach before moving to co-offensive coordinator. Jackson started 22 games on the offensive line for Georgia during the 2001-02 seasons. He was a member of the 2002 SEC Championship team that set a school record for most victories in a season with 13. This is Jackson’s second stint as a member of the Georgia coaching staff, having served as a student assistant to the offense from 2005 to 2006. Jackson worked primarily with the offensive line and helped the Bulldogs capture the 2005 SEC Championship and two bowl appearances. Jackson returned to the University of Georgia and earned a degree in speech communications in 2006 after a brief professional career with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jon Richt

Quality Control, Offense Jon Richt, a native of Watkinsville, Ga., was named offensive volunteer quality control assistant for the UGA football team in February 2014. Richt graduated from Prince Avenue Christian School in 2008 where he played quarterback. He played collegiately at Mars Hill (N.C), where he set multiple records for the Lions including 567 completions, 1,109 attempts, 8,169 yards and 69 touchdown passes. Richt was a participant in the Raycom All-Star Classic, an event featuring top seniors of college football competing and being coached by former-NFL head coaches. Prior to joining the Georgia staff, Richt was the quarterback coach at D1 Nashville, a personal training and sports performance facility in Franklin, Tenn. Richt is the son of Mark and Katharyn Richt, and he is married to the former Anna Cearley. He graduated from Mars Hill (N.C.) College with a degree in physical education in spring, 2013.

Andrew Wood

Quality Control, Offense Andrew Wood, a native of Rising Fawn, Ga., was named a quality control offensive assistant for the coaching staff prior to fall camp in July of 2013. Most recently, Wood served as a volunteer coach at Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Ga., during the 2012 season. At Ridgeland, he primarily coached quarterbacks and defensive backs. During Wood’s year at Ridgeland, the Panthers compiled a 13-2 record en route to the Georgia High School Association AAAA State Championship Final. Wood is in his second stint at Georgia after completing his undergraduate degree in 2012 in psychology. Wood returns to Athens as a graduate student seeking a master’s degree in sport management.


sports medicine Ron Courson

Sr. Assoc. 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 the University of Alabama from 1991-1995 and Director of Rehabilitation with Samford University from 19891991. Courson received his undergraduate degree in education/physical education from Samford University, 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. Courson 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 in Seoul, South Korea; 1990 Goodwill Games; 1987 World University Games, 1987 Pan American Games and the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. 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). Ron 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 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. 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

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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.

Dr. Fred Reifsteck, MD Head Physician

Dr. Fred Reifsteck serves as the head team physician for the University of Georgia 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. Dr. Reifsteck has a BA in Biology from Knox College in Galesburg, Il., a MS in Microbiology from Illinois State University in Normal, Il., and a MD from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He completed a residency in family medicine in Peoria, Il. At the Methodist Medical Center of Illinois He has been at the University of Georgia since December 2003. He had been in private practice in the Atlanta area for the previous 13 years and was a team physician at Georgia State University and Clayton State University. Dr. Reifsteck resides in Athens with his wife Joyce and their son Fred IV.

Ryan McGovern

Senior Asst. Athletic Trainer

Ryan McGovern joined the UGA Athletic Training staff in May of 2010, working as a graduate assistant with the football program. He was promoted to full-time status in 2012 after earning his Master’s degree in Exercise Science. A native of Camp Hill, Pa., McGovern graduated from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Prior to coming to UGA, McGovern served as Head Athletic Trainer of Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pa. He holds certifications in Graston Technique and Active Release Technique. Along with his football duties, he is an Adjunct Faculty member in the UGA Department of Kinesiology, teaching in the Athletic Training Education Program. He currently resides in Athens with his wife Ashley.

Glen Alex, DMD Dentist

Harry Brown, Jr. DC Chiropractor

Pat Brooks, MD Internal Medicine

Chris Morris, DC Chiropractor

Robert Hancock, MD Orthopedics

David Sailors, MD Vascular Surgery

Alonzo Sexton, MD Orthopedics

Jennifer Ketterly Sports Nutrition

Stuart Thomas, OD Optometry

Kim Walpert, MD Neurosurgery

Glenn Henry, EMT-P Emergency Medicine

Kelly Ward, PA Primary Care

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2014 Bulldogs 61 David Andrews

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C, Sr., 6-2, 295 Johns Creek, Ga. / Wesleyan School

DL, RFr., 6-4, 322 Thomson, Ga. / Thomson HS / Hargrave

2014: Named Offensive MVP at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Started all 13 games at center ...Recipient of Coaches’ Leadership Award ... Named one of the captains for the Vanderbilt, Florida, Appalachian State and Georgia Tech games ... Part of an offense that ranked No. 2 in passing in the SEC and generated at least 23 points in 12 games and 400 yards in 12 games ... Named to preseason watch list for the Remington Trophy ... Recipient of the Wallace Butts Football Scholarship ... Recipient of the Wayne McDuffie Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making 14 starts - all at center ... Named one of the captains for the games against Auburn and Ole Miss ... Recipient of the Leon Farmer Award for dedication to the strength and conditioning program and the Coaches’ Leadership Award ... Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week following the Auburn game; he graded out at 88 percent and had six “dominator” blocks and three knockdowns ... Earned first career start vs. Buffalo ... Recipient of the Wayne McDuffie Football Scholarship and the Larry Munson Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: Appeared in 10 games ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester ... Recipient of the Wayne McDuffie Football Scholarship. High School: Wesleyan, coached by Franklin Pridgen ... SuperPrep AllDixie team ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region team ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #9 center nationally, #37 overall prospect in Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #6 center nationally ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #6 center nationally ... 24/7sports.com three-star prospect ... 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class A All-State First Team and # 41 on Georgia Top 50 ... 2010 Georgia Sportswriters Association Class A All-State First Team ... 2010 U.S. Army National All-Combine Team Honorable Mention ... Played in 2010 NUC All-World Gridiron Classic ... 2010 Gwinnett County Offensive Lineman of the Year ... Gwinnett Daily Post All-County First Team Offense ... as a senior, recorded a 92 percent blocking grade average, 58 knockdowns and did not allow a sack ... Also recorded 41 tackles and eight tackles-for-loss ... As a junior, recorded an 88% blocking grade average with 48 knockdowns and did not allow a sack ... Also added 41 tackles and eight tackles-for-loss on defense ... 2009 Gwinnett County All-County Second Team ... Helped lead Wesleyan to a Class A state championship as a sophomore in 2008. Personal: DAVID ANDREWS ... Born July 10, 1992 ... Major: Agribusiness.

26 Tristan Askew CB, Jr., 5-11, 177 Kent, Wash. / Eastern Oregon 2013: Redshirted ... Named Outstanding Defensive Walk-On at the conclusion of spring practice. College: Led the Mountaineers in 2012 with four interceptions and added 48 tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss, and two kickoff returns for 47 yards ... Finished 2011 with 19 stops, five kickoff returns for 138 yards (27.6 average) and one punt return for 26 yards ... Redshirted for Eastern Oregon in 2010. High School: Earned First Team All-League Defense and Second Team AllLeague Defense in the South Puget Sound League (SPSL) and was on the News Tribune All-Area Team and Honorable Mention All-State as a senior ... Honorary captain and selected as the MVP on offense and defense ... Set a school record with three interceptions in a single game ... Named to First Team All-League Defense SPSL as a junior ... Also played basketball and competed on the track team at Kentwood ... Received the Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: TRISTAN TREMAYNE ASKEW; Born: Nov. 13, 1991; Major: Sociology.

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2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Brinson Family Football Scholarship. Prep School: Hargrave Military Academy ... Finished the 2012 season with 42 total tackles, 2 sacks, 5 tackles for loss and one blocked kick ... Hargrave Military Academy Head Coach: Troy Davis. High School: Thomson ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... Scout.com threestar player, #23 DT nationally, #23 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals. com three-star player, #40 DT nationally, #52 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPNU four-star player, #11 DT nationally, #119 overall prospect nationally, #55 overall prospect regionally, #12 overall prospect in Georgia ... 122 in the ESPNU Top 150 ... 247sports.com four-star player, #17 DT nationally, #16 overall prospect in Georgia ... Participated in the 2012 Under Armour AllAmerican game ... High School Coach: Milan Turner. Personal: JOHNATHAN BANDAVIOUS ATKINS ... Born Dec. 21, 1992 ... Unspecified.

58 Sterling Bailey DE, Jr., 6-3, 282 Gainesville, Ga. / East Hall HS Career Highs: 10 tackles vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *1 sack vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games, making nine starts ... Finished the season with 34 tackles, including one sack ... Made a career-high 10 tackles, including one sack, vs. No. 6 South Carolina ... Tallied four tackles against No. 8 Clemson ... Named defensive recipient of the True Grit Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the James G. Minter & Michael J. Faherty Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in three games ... Recipient of the James G. Minter and Michael J. Faherty Football Scholarship. 2011: Redshirted...Recipient of the James G. Minter and Michael J. Faherty Football Scholarship. High School: East Hall, coached by Bryan Gray ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams ... PrepStar Dream Team 150 ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #8 DE nationally, #6 overall prospect in Georgia, #105 nationally ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #37 DE nationally ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #16 DE nationally ... MaxPreps.com ranked #10 DE nationally ... 24/7sports.com three-star prospect ... played in U.S. Army All-American Bowl as a senior ... 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Top 50 (#25 ... 2010 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State Second Team ... Elected to 2010-11 Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership Hall Class ... 2009 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State First Team, Georgia Sportswriters Association Class AAA All-State First Team, and ESPNU 150 watch list ... 2009 Region 7-AAA All-Region First Team ... As a junior registered 68 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, five sacks, 17 quarterback hurries and a blocked field goal ... 2008 Honorable Mention All-State, Region 7-AAA First Team and All Hall County Team ... 2007 Region 7-AAA All-Region Team Honorable Mention ... Voted team captain as a junior and senior ... Participated in 2010 Georgia Olympics for shot put ... Played basketball, football and participated in track and field for East Hall. Personal: STERLING BAILEY ... Born Sept. 13, 1992 ... Major: History. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2012 3/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2013 13/8 14 20 34 1.0/1 1.0/1 0 0 3 0 8 Total 16/8 14 21 35 1.0/1 1.0/1 0 0 3 0 9


2014 Bulldogs 32 Collin Barber P, Jr., 6-2, 200 Cartersville, Ga. / Cartersville HS Career Highs: 7 punts (2x), last at No. 6 South Carolina in 2012 *Long punt of 61 yards vs. North Texas in 2013 2013: Appeared in 10 games ... Set school record for highest net punting average in a season at 42.6 ... Punted 29 times for an average of 44.1 yards per punt ... Had four punts for an average of 46.2 yards per punt and three that were downed inside the 20 at Vanderbilt ... Punted three times and left the game with a concussion at Tennessee ... Successfully executed an onside kick vs. No. 6 South Carolina that led to a field goal in the first quarter ... Punted five times, including one for 57 yards at No. 8 Clemson and kicked off five times, including two for touchbacks; also successfully executed a fake punt run for five yards ... Punted nine times for 386 yards in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Aldredge-Kimberly Football Scholarship and the Durward and Betsy Pennington Family Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games, and punted 60 times for an average of 41.5 yards per punt ... Recipient of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award ... Punted six times for an average of 44.8 yards with only one return vs. No. 2 Alabama ... Had a 51 yard punt vs. Georgia Southern ... Punted four times for an average of 47.2 yards per punt at Auburn and was named the CFPA Honorable Mention Punter of the Week ... Punted five times for an average of 48.2 yards per punt, including a career-long of 60 yards vs. Ole Miss and was named the CFPA Honorable Mention Punter of the Week ... Had five punts for an average of 37.2 yards vs. No. 3 Florida, including two punts downed inside the 20 ... Had seven punts at No. 6 South Carolina, including two that were downed inside the 20-yard line ... Punted five times, including two that were downed inside the 20 against Vanderbilt ... Punted seven times at Missouri, including two that were downed inside the 20. High School: Cartersville, coached by Frank Barden ... Scout.com threestar prospect ... Rivals.com two-star player ... ESPN.com three-star player ... 247sports.com two-star player, #6 punter in the country, #153 player in the state ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State team, Member of the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA First Team ... Participated in the 2011 Georgia High School Association All-Star Game. Personal: COLLIN ANDREW BARBER ... Born Nov. 11, 1993 ... Major: Communication Studies. Punts Year Punts Yards Avg. In 20 BL LG 2012 60 2,488 41.5 19 0 60 OM 29 1,279 44.1 9 0 61 NT 2013 Total 89 3,767 42.3 28 0 61 NT

10 Faton Bauta QB, RSo., 6-3, 216 West Palm Beach, Fla. / Dwyer HS Career-Highs: 22 rushing yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 *Long rush of 14 yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 *2 rushing attempts vs. Kentucky in 2013 2014: Went 16-for-28 for 232 yards and two touchdowns in the G-Day Game; also rushed for 35 yards. 2013: Appeared in three games ... Rushed four times for 30 yards ... Saw action against Appalachian State and Kentucky and the Gator Nowl ... Rushed for 22 yards against Kentucky ... Recipient of the John A. Addison Jr. Family Football Scholarship and the Carl E. Sanders Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Redshirted ... Member of the scout team ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll for 2012-13 ... Recipient of one of the Outstanding Scout Team Awards ... Recipient of the John A. Addison Jr. Family Football Scholarship ... Enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring practice. High School: Dwyer, coached by Jack Daniels ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... Scout.com three-star Player, #24 QB in the country ... Rivals.com three-star player, #15 dual QB in the country, #79 Player in Florida ... ESPN three-star player, #29 QB in the country, #170 player in the Region, #59 player in Florida ... 247sports.com three-star player, #7 Dual player in the country, #61 player

in Florida ... Member of the Orlando Sentinel Class 7A Second Team Offense. Personal: FATON BAUTA ... Born Jan. 2, 1994, Major: Sport Management. Year 2013 Total

G/GS 3/0 3/0

Att. 4 4

Rushing Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD 30 7.5 10.0 0 30 7.5 10.0 0

LG 14 UK 14 UK

79 Mark Beard OG, Sr., 6-5, 300 Adamsville, Ala. / Minor HS / Coffeyville 2013: Appeared in 12 games ... Recipient of UGA Athletic Achievement Award for exhibiting intense focus and/or displaying a marked improvement in the classroom over the course of the past academic year ... Recipient of the James E. Farish Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making two starts ... Started his first game at left tackle at Auburn ... Recipient of the James E. Farish Football Scholarship. Junior College: Coffeyville CC ... Honorable mention 2011 NJCAA AllAmerican team ... SuperPrep JUCO 100 ... First team All-Jayhawk Conference 2011 ... Rivals.com three-star prospect ... Scout.com three-star prospect ... 247Sports.com three-star player, Ranked #50 among JUCO prospects nationally ... Coffeyville CC Head Coach: Darian Dulin. High School: Minor HS ... Honorable mention Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State Team 2009 ... Birmingham News All-West Metro Team ... Participated in 2009 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game ... Ranked as #12 in the state of Alabama according to Maxpreps.com following his senior season ... Originally signed with Troy University before choosing to attend Coffeyville Community College ... High School Coach: Randy Cook. Personal: MARK GIOVANTI BEARD ... Born Dec. 1, 1991 ... Major: Sociology.

93 Patrick Beless PK, RSo., 5-9, 162 Atlanta, Ga. / Marist Career Highs: 2 field goals made vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *2 field goals attempted vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *11 points scored vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *Long FG of 37 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *Long FG attempt of 37 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 2013: Appeared in two games ... Made all five extra points and both field goal attempts vs. No. 6 South Carolina ... Was perfect on all five extra point attempts at No. 8 Clemson ... Made a 23-yard field goal in the G-Day Game ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Redshirted ... Named to Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for spring semester. High School: Marist, coached by Alan Chadwick ... As a senior, winner of the Iron War Eagle Award ... Earned Special Teams Player of the Week during his senior season ... Competed on the 2009 AAAA GHSA state champion soccer team ... Member of the National Honor Society and graduated as an AP Scholar and a National Merit Commended scholar at MariState. Personal: PATRICK ALEXANDER BELESS ... Born May 21, 1993 ... Major: Risk Management & Insurance ... Brother, Chris, graduated from UGA in May 2012. Year 2013 Total

Place Kicking PAT FG LG TP 10/10 2/2 37 SC 16 10/10 2/2 37 SC 16

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Field Goal Breakdown 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

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2014 Bulldogs 17 Davin Bellamy DL, RFr., 6-5, 235 Chamblee, Ga. / Chamblee HS 2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the William P. Bruckner Scholarship. High School: Chamblee, coached by Allen Johnson ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, #27 defensive end, #233 overall prospect nationally ... Dawg Post rates Bellamy the #4 DE and #20 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #25 defensive end in the country and #54 overall in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #25 defensive end, #30 overall in Georgia and #299 overall nationally ... 247Sports.com three-star recruit, #21 defensive end in the country, #31 overall player in Georgia ... As a junior Bellamy recorded 10 tackles for loss and five sacks ... Played injured through much of his senior season but managed to post five sacks. Personal: DAVIN JAMAURIE’ BELLAMY ... Born Dec. 27, 1994 ... PreJournalism.

82 Michael Bennett SE, Sr., 6-3, 205 Alpharetta, Ga. / Alpharetta HS Career Highs: 8 receptions at Missouri in 2012 *110 receiving yards vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 *Long reception of 67 yards vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 *2 TD receptions (2x), last vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 *Long TD reception of 67 yards vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 *1 punt return vs. Coastal Carolina in 2011 *5 punt return yards vs. Coastal Carolina in 2011 *Long punt return of 5 yards vs. Coastal Carolina in 2011 Career: 1-100 yard receiving game 2013: Appeared in 11 games, making nine starts ... Second on the team with 41 receptions for 538 yards and four touchdowns ... Had a season-high seven catches for 89 yards at No. 7 Auburn ... Named one of the team captains and led the team with five catches for 87 yards and a touchdown vs. App. State; his TD helped Aaron Murray set the all-time SEC record for career TD passes ... Returned to action vs. Florida after missing the previous two games and led the team with five catches for 59 yards ... Missed the Missouri and Vanderbilt games with a knee injury he sustained vs. Tennessee ... Had one catch for 14 yards before he sustained a knee injury in the third quarter at Tennessee ... Had three catches for 38 yards and two touchdowns vs. No. 6 LSU ... Led the team with five catches for 60 yards at No. 8 Clemson ... Named to preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award ... Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Atlanta-Greensboro Football Scholarship and the Tommy & Cheryl Lyons Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in five games making three starts ... Suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during practice on Oct. 2 and missed the remainder of the season ... Had a team-high five catches for 70 yards and a career-high two touchdowns vs. Tennessee ... Led the team with a career-high 110 yards receiving on four catches, including a career-long touchdown catch of 67 yards vs. Florida Atlantic ... Caught a career-best eight passes at Missouri for 79 yards, including a then-career-long reception of 22 yards ... Had five catches for 76 yards and a touchdown vs. Buffalo ... Named to Phil Steele Midseason All-SEC Second Team ... Recipient of the Atlanta-Greensboro Football Scholarship and the Tommy Lyons Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: One of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award recipients (offense) ... Appeared in 14 games making four starts and catching 32 passes for 320 yards and five TDs ... Caught two passes for 20 yards and a TD at No. 21 Georgia Tech ... Led team with five receptions for 50 yards and a TD vs. No.

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24 Auburn ... Started vs. Florida and caught two passes for 25 yards and a TD ... At Vanderbilt, started and led team with seven receptions for 89 yards and recorded a tackle ... Hauled in first three receptions of his career for 24 yards and a TD vs. No. 12 South Carolina ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for fall semester ... Recipient of the Atlanta-Greensboro Football Scholarship. 2010: Redshirted as a member of the scout team ... Recipient of the Roger F. and Michael A. Kahn Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for summer semester. High School: Alpharetta, coached by Jason Dukes ... North-South All-Star Game ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... PrepStar All-Region team ... 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 and Honorable Mention Class AAAAA All-State team ... All-Region and All-Area for WR play ... Scout.com threeStar prospect; #81 RB in the Country ... DawgPost #39 Player in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star prospect; #55 Wide Receiver; #30 player in Georgia ... ESPN three-star recruit ... MaxPreps calls Bennett one of the most underrated WR prospects in Georgia ... varsity football team captain and team’s Offensive Player of the Year in ’08 and ’09 ... as a senior accounted for 1,084 yards and caught 52 passes for 645 yards and seven TDs ... he also recorded 35 tackles on defense ... As a junior he caught 22 passes for 533 yards and five TDs. Personal: MICHAEL JONATHAN BENNETT ... Born Dec. 12, 1991 ... Major: Sport Management.

Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2011 14/4 32 320 10.0 22.9 5 27 AU 2012 5/3 24 345 14.4 69.0 4 67 FAU 2013 11/9 41 538 13.1 48.9 4 48 AU/NEB Total 39/16 97 1,203 12.4 30.9 13 67 FAU Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD 2011 1 5 5.0 0 2012 0 0 0.0 0 2013 0 0 0.0 0 Total 1 5 5.0 0

LG 5 CCU 5 CCU

37 Devin Bowman CB, Jr., 6-0, 180 Rossville, Ga. / Ridgeland HS Career Highs: 2 tackles (2x), last vs. Ga. Southern in 2012 2013: Appeared in nine games ... Recipient of the Irvin M. Wofford Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 13 games making one start ... Had two tackles in games against Buffalo and Georgia Southern ... Earned the first start of his career against Buffalo ... Recipient of the Irvin M. Wofford Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester ... Redshirted...Recipient of the Irvin M. Wofford Football Scholarship. High School: Ridgeland, coached by Mark Mariakis ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... Georgia State High School All-Star game North team ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #38 CB in the country ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #42 athlete, #33 player in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #12 cornerback ... Career statistics include 1,567 yards rushing, 503 yards receiving, 18 TDs five TDs on special teams returns, seven interceptions (two for TDs) ... Led Ridgeland to three straight 6AAA region championships in 2008-09-10 and a 27-3 three-year record. Personal: DEVIN BOWMAN ... Born Jan. 26, 1992 ... Brother Adarius is a WR in the Canadian Football League ... Brother Michael was a WR at the Univ. of Alabama ... Major: Housing Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2012 13/1 5 4 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 9/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 22/1 5 4 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0


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31 Chris Conley

OG, RFr., 6-5, 261 Valdosta, Ga. / Valwood HS

FLK, Sr., 6-3, 206 Dallas, Ga. / North Paulding HS

2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Crosswy-Mackey Families Football Scholarship. High School: Valwood, coached by Ashley Henderson ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #65 OT in the country ... Dawg Post #7 OT and #69 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star player, #40 OT nationally, #38 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star player, #47 OT nationally, #55 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247Sports three-star player, #39 OT nationally, #53 overall prospect in Georgia ... Helped lead Valwood to a 14-0 record during his senior season. Personal: AULDEN MITCHELL BYNUM ... Born Sept. 14, 1994 ... Major: PreBusiness.

60 Josh Cardiello OG, RFr., 6-3, 299 Buford, Ga. / Buford HS 2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Recipient of the Jack Davis Honorary Football Scholarship. High School: Buford, coached by Jess Simpson ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #5 center in the country ... Dawg Post #1 C and #30 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #22 C nationally, #35 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #19 C nationally, #37 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247sports.com three-star player, #25 OG in the country, #41 player in Georgia ... 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State Team ... 2012 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA First Team All-State ... 2011 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA Second Team All-State ... Helped lead Buford to three straight GHSA State Championships, winning the title in 2010 and 2012 ... Also played on defensive line. Personal: JOSHUA GERAD CARDIELLO ... Born March 24, 1995 ... Major: Sport Management.

45 Reggie Carter ILB, So., 6-1, 229 Snellville, Ga. / South Gwinnett HS Career Highs: 4 tackles vs. North Texas in 2013 2013: Appeared in eight games, making one start ... Had eight tackles on the year ... Had four tackles, including a TFL, vs. North Texas ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Had seven tackles and an interception in the G-Day Game ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the David C. Cooper Family Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. High School: South Gwinnett, coached by John Small ... PrepStar AllSoutheast Region ... Rivals.com and Scout.com four-star recruit ... …Named to the 2012 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAAA first-team defense ... Selected to the 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAAA All-State defense ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, #9 MLB and #195 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #1 MLB and #16 overall prospect in Georgia ... Ranked as #15 linebacker in the country and No. 22 overall prospect in the state of Georgia by Rivals.com ... 247sports.com threestar player, #23 ILB in the country, #33 player in Georgia ... ESPN three-star player, #32 ILB in the country, #57 player in the state. Personal: REGGIE WENDALL CARTER, JR. ... Born Sept. 20, 1994 ... Major: Unspecified. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 8/1 2 6 8 0.0/0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 8/1 2 6 8 0.0/0 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs: 7 receptions at Georgia Tech in 2013 *136 receiving yards vs. Nebraska in 2012 *Long reception of 87 yards vs. Nebraska in 2012 *2 receiving TDs (2x), last vs. Nebraska in 2012 *Long TD reception of 87 yards vs. No. 16 Nebraska in 2012 *1 punt return vs. Buffalo in 2012 *Long punt return of 9 yards vs. Buffalo in 2012 2014: Recipient of the Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice, given to players showing the most desire during spring drills...Wrote, produced, directed and acted in “Retribution” - a fan-made Star Wars film on the UGA campus. 2013: Appeared in 11 games, making nine starts ... Led the team in receptions (45) and receiving yards (651) and had four TD catches ... Led the team with 129 receiving yards on a career-high seven catches at Georgia Tech ... Missed the Florida and App. State games with an injury he sustained on the final play against Vanderbilt ... Named one of the team captains for the Tennessee game ... Caught five passes for the fifth straight week at Vanderbilt for 40 yards ... Grabbed five catches vs. No. 25 Missouri for 60 yards and a touchdown ... Tied his career high of five catches for 64 yards and a touchdown at Tennessee ... Tied his career-high of five receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown vs. No. 6 LSU ... Tied his career-high with five catches for 63 yards and a touchdown vs. North Texas ... Named Offensive MVP at the conclusion of spring practice ... Named recipient of the UGA Sportsmanship & Ethics Award ... Serves as a football team representative on the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the The Leavy Family & The Brunswick News Publishing Co. Football Scholarship and the Larry Munson Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making three starts, making 20 catches for 342 yards and six touchdowns ... Had a team high 136 yards receiving on two catches - both touchdowns - including a UGA bowl record 87-yard TD catch in the Capital One Bowl vs. No. 16 Nebraska. His two TD receptions tied a school bowl record ... Led the team with four catches for 76 yards and a career-high two touchdowns vs. Georgia Southern ... Started first game at Auburn and was second on the team with four catches for 32 yards and a touchdown ... Hauled in first touchdown catch of the season at Kentucky ... Caught two passes for 20 yards and also blocked a punt vs. Buffalo ... Selected as the SEC representative to serve a two-year term on the NCAA SAAC Committee ... Inducted into UGA’s Student-Athlete Leadership Academy known as L.E.A.D. (Leadership Education and Development) ... Recipient of the Leavy Family & the Brunswick News Publishing Co. Football Scholarship and the Charles G. Rood Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: One of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award recipients (offense) ... Appeared in 11 games catching 16 passes for 288 yards and two TDs ... Caught two passes for 29 yards and a TD at No. 21 Georgia Tech ... Tied for the team lead in receptions with five for a team-leading 126 including a 47-yard TD vs. New Mexico State ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for fall semester ... Recipient of The Leavy Family & the Brunswick News Publishing Co. Football Scholarship. High School: North Paulding, coached by Heath Webb ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region team ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11, #11 player in Georgia and Class AAAA All-State first-team offense ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State firstteam offense ... Scout.com four-star recruit, #220 player and #34 WR in the country, #18 player in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #45 WR, #29 player in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #25 WR ... MaxPreps.com #34 WR ... As a senior, caught 61 passes for 1,021 yards and 15 touchdowns and added six kick-off returns for 150 yards and two punt returns for 10 yards ... Also totaled 45 tackles as a safety ... as a junior caught all 81 passes for 848 yards and six touchdowns ... Graduated high school in December and enrolled early at Georgia. Personal: CHRISTIAN ROBERT CONLEY ... Born Oct. 25, 1992 ... Major: Journalism. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2011 11/0 16 288 18.0 26.2 2 47 NMS 2012 14/3 20 342 17.1 24.4 6 87 NEB 2013 11/9 45 651 14.5 59.2 4 43 NT Total 36/12 81 1,281 15.8 35.6 12 87 NEB

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78 Watts Dantzler OG, Sr., 6-7, 307 Dalton, Ga. / Dalton HS 2013: Appeared in 13 games ... Recipient of the Bill and Margaret Young Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in six games ... Recipient of the Bill and Margaret Young Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Appeared in three games ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester ... Recipient of the Bill and Margaret Young Football Scholarship. High School: Dalton, coached by Matt Land ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... PrepStar All-America team ... Scout.com Four-star player, #219 player in the country, #23 OT in the country, #17 overall player in Georgia ... Rivals. com Three-star player, #44 OT in the country, #30 Player in Georgia ... ESPN 4-star player, #12 ranked OT in the country ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 in Georgia and Class AA All-State Team ... Member of the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State team ... Participated in the National Underclassmen Combine All-World Gridiron Classic ... Also averaged 17 points, nine rebounds and three blocks per game on Dalton’s basketball team. Personal: WATTS BYRON DANTZLER ... Born Nov. 16, 1991 ... Major: Health & Physical Education.

35 Aaron Davis CB, Fr., 6-1, 190 Locust Grove, Ga. / Luella HS 2014: Named Outstanding Defensive Walk-on at the conclusion of spring practice. High School: Luella, coached by Nic Vasilchek ... Set a team record for receptions (14) and reception yards (151) in a game ... Named the 2012 “StepUp Player of the Year” ... Named to GHSA Region 2-AAAAA Honorable Mention team ... Honored with 2012 Coca-Cola Academic and Athletic Excellence Award ... 2012 state finalist in the 4x100-meter relay and the 4x400 relay on the track ... Graduated Summa Cum Laude and as an AP Scholar ... Member of Beta Club and Student Council. Personal: AARON TREMAINE DAVIS ... Born: October 18, 1994 ... Major: Biological Science ... Brother Dewayne Davis Jr. also chose to attend UGA.

85 Jordan Davis TE, RFr., 6-4, 225 Thomson, Ga. / Thomson HS 2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Dr. Archie Sime and Bettye Rushton Family Athletic Scholarship. High School: Thomson, coached by Milan Turner ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #19 TE nationally, #33 ranked player in the state of Georgia ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #15 TE in the country ... Dawg Post #1 TE and #32 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247sports.com three-star prospect, #13 TE nationally, #30 ranked player in the state of Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #15 TE nationally, #85 ranked player in the

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state of Georgia ... 2012 All-CSRA ... 2011 Augusta Chronicle Second Team All-Area ... Helped Thomson to a 12-1 record in 2012, making it to the Class AAA State Quarterfinals where they lost to Cartersville 21-13 ... Recorded seven catches for 102 yards and a touchdown during his senior season for Thomson. Personal: JORDAN MARCANTHONY DAVIS ... Born March 10, 1995 ... Major: Health & Physical Education.

81 Reggie Davis WR, So., 6-0, 159 Tallahassee, Fla. / Lincoln HS Career Highs: 3 receptions vs. Appalachian State in 2013 *134 receiving yards vs. North Texas in 2013 *Long reception of 98 yards vs. North Texas in 2013 *1 receiving TD vs. North Texas in 2013 *Long TD reception of 98 yards vs. North Texas in 2013 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... Caught 11 passes for 257 yards and a touchdown, led the team in punt returns (14) and punt return yards (46), and returned four kickoffs for 69 yards ... Snagged a career-high three catches for 58 yards vs. App. State ... Caught two passes for 134 yards vs. North Texas, including a 98-yard TD reception on his first career catch, which is the longest offensive play in Georgia history, and was named SEC Freshman of the Week ... Recipient of the Evans Family Football Scholarship. High School: Lincoln, coached by Yusuf Shakir ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #27 WR nationally, #36 ranked player in the state of Florida, #230 overall prospect nationally ... Fox Sports next three-star prospect, #110 WR in the country ... 247sports.com three-star prospect, #74 WR nationally, #85 ranked player in the state of Florida ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #45 WR nationally, #52 ranked player in the state of Florida, #293 overall prospect nationally ... Nominated for the Army All-American game ... Holds Lincoln’s record for most receiving touchdowns in a game with three ... Helped lead Lincoln to a 12-2 season in his senior campaign that ended with a 41-25 loss to St. Thomas Aquinas in the Class 7A State Championship ... Recorded 32 catches for 486 yards and four touchdowns during his senior season, as well as 13 carries for 85 yards and a touchdown ... Also ran track at Lincoln and helped lead the Trojans 4x100 relay team to a State Championship in 2012. Personal: REGINALD CAMERON DAVIS ... Born Nov. 22, 1995 ... Major: Unspecified. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. 2013 11/0 11 257 23.4 23.4 11/0 11 257 23.4 23.4 Total

TD LG 1 98 NT 1 98 NT

Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2013 14 46 3.3 0 17 MIZ Total 14 46 3.3 0 17 MIZ

Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2013 4 69 17.2 0 19 LSU Total 4 69 17.2 0 19 LSU

91 Josh Dawson OLB, Jr., 6-4, 275 Tucker, Ga. / Tucker HS Career Highs: 2 tackles (3x), last vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games, making one start ... Registered eight tackles on the season, including one for a loss ... Recipient of the Charles G. Rood Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 13 games ... Had two-tackle performances against Florida Atlantic and Vanderbilt ... Recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. High School: Tucker, coached by Franklin Stephens ... SuperPrep AllAmerica and All-Dixie Teams ... 2011 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl


2014 Bulldogs Team ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #27 DE nationally, #19 prospect in the state ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #20 DE nationally, #20 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #44 DE nationally ... 247Sports three-star prospect, #27 ranked DE nationally, #30 ranked overall player in the state of Georgia ... 2011 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State Team ... 2010 and 2011 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State first team ... Helped lead Tucker to 2011 GHSA State Championship ... As a junior recorded 45 tackles, including 16 sacks. Personal: JOSHUA FLOYD DAWSON ... Born Jan. 10, 1994 ... Major: Communication Studies. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2012 13/0 2 3 5 0.0/0 1.5/2 0 0 0 0 3 2013 12/1 3 5 8 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 1 0 0 Total 25/1 5 8 13 0.0/0 2.5/4 0 0 1 0 3

2 Sheldon Dawson CB, Jr., 5-11, 190 North Memphis, Tenn. / Ridgeway HS Career Highs: 4 tackles vs. Georgia Tech in 2013 *Long kickoff return of 41 yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games, making one start ... Finished the season with 13 tackles and returned seven kickoffs for 153 yards ... Saw substantial playing time and made a career-high four tackles vs. Georgia Tech ... Recipient of the J. Harold Harrison Football Scholarship Endowment. 2012: Appeared in 13 games ... Recipient of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award ... Had two-tackle performances against Florida Atlantic and No. 3 Florida ... Recipient of the J. Harold Harrison Football Scholarship Endowment. High School: Ridgeway, coached by Duron Sutton ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Teams ... AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game Blue Team ... Scout.com four-star recruit, #11 ranked cornerback nationally, #1 player in the state ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #27 Athlete nationally, #11 overall in Tennessee ... ESPN.com three-star recruit, #69 CB nationally, #28 overall in Tennessee ... Maxpreps.com #26 overall in Tennessee ... 247sports.com four-star recruit, #8 ranked Athlete nationally, #92 overall prospect nationally, #1 overall in Tennessee ... Threat at RB, WR, and CB positions ... Helped lead his team to a 9-4 record in 2011. Personal: SHELDON DAWSON ... Born Dec. 17, 1993 ... Major: Sociology. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 13/0 9 3 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 2013 12/1 8 5 13 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 0 0 0 Total 25/1 17 8 25 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 0 0 0 Kick Returns LG Year Ret. Yards Avg TD 2012 0 0 0.0 0 2013 7 153 21.9 0 41 UK Total 7 153 21.9 0 41 UK Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2012 0 0 0.0 0 2013 1 0 0.0 0 0 ASU Total 1 0 0.0 0 0 ASU

76 Zach DeBell OT, Jr., 6-6, 273 Tarpon Springs, Fla. / Tarpon Springs HS 2013: Appeared in one game ... Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. Jack Swan Football Scholarship Endowment. 2012: Appeared in five games ... Saw first career action vs. Florida Atlantic ... Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. Jack Swan Football Scholarship Endowment. 2011: Redshirted...Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. Jack Swan Football Scholarship Endowment. High School: Tarpon Springs, coached by Atif Austin ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... PrepStar All-America team ... Member of the Army All-America East Team ... Scout.com Four-star player ... #292 Overall Player and #28 OT in the country, #30 player in Florida ... Rivals.com 3-star player, #41 OT in the country, #30 player in Florida ... ESPN Three-star player, #30 OT in the country ... Named “ESPN Rise 7” Athlete Orlando Sentinel Top 100 in Florida ... Participated in the 2010 Under Armour All-American Football Combine ... Attended the Nike Football Combine. Personal: ZACH DEBELL ... Born Aug. 6, 1993 ... Major: Housing.

89 James DeLoach OLB, Jr., 6-3, 265 Millen, Ga. / Jenkins County HS Career Highs: 2 tackles vs. Georgia Tech in 2012 2014: Named Most Improved Defensive Player at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Appeared in five games ... Finished the season with four tackles ... Had two tackles against Vanderbilt ... Recipient of the Statesboro Bulldog Club Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 13 games ... Had a pair of tackles against Georgia Tech ... Recipient of the Statesboro Bulldog Club Football Scholarship. High School: Jenkins County, coached by Chuck Conley ... SuperPrep AllDixie Team ... Espn.com four-star prospect ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, ranked #50 overall in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, ranked as #74 DE nationally ... 247Sports three-star prospect, #37 ranked DE nationally, #46 ranked overall player in the state of Georgia ... Teammate of DT Jonathan Taylor who also signed with Georgia ... Recorded eight sacks while playing in just four games his junior season, missed most games due to a broken arm ... Intends to pursue a degree in radiology ... High School Coach: Chuck Conley. Personal: JAMES DeLOACH III ... Born Feb. 13, 1994 ... Major: Criminal Justice. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 13/0 0 4 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 2 2012 2013 5/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 18/0 2 6 8 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 2

22 Brendan Douglas TB, So., 5-11, 202 Augusta, Ga. / Aquinas HS Career Highs: 17 carries at Vanderbilt in 2013 *84 rushing yards at Vanderbilt in 2013 *Long rush of 17 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *1 rushing TD (2x), last vs. App. State in 2013 *Long rushing TD of 3 yards at Tennessee in 2013 *6 receptions vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 *43 receiving yards vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 *Long reception of 37 yards at vs. Nebraska in 2013 *1 TD reception vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 *Long TD reception of 7 yards vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games and rushed for 345 yards and three touchdowns

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2014 Bulldogs on 84 carries and caught 13 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown ... Led the team with 12 rushing attempts vs. Kentucky for 59 yards ... Had a teamhigh 84 rushing yards on 17 carries at Vanderbilt ... Led the team with 14 carries for 70 yards rushing to go along with a team-best six receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Rushed for 25 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, and had one reception for 32 yards at Tennessee ... Rushed for 31 yards on five carries vs. No. 6 South Carolina, including a 17-yard run on his first career rushing attempt ... Recipient of the Griffin Athletic Scholarship. High School: Aquinas, coached by Matt LeZotte ... Scout.com two-star prospect ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #5 FB nationally ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #4 FB nationally, #148 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247Sports two-star prospect, #13 FB nationally, #174 overall prospect in Georgia ... 2011 and 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class A All-State, 2011 Offensive Player of the Year ... 2012 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A First Team All-State ... Rushed for 1,424 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior, following a 1,569-yard, 27-touchdown junior campaign ... Also played linebacker on defense. Personal: MICHAEL BRENDAN DOUGLAS ... Born July 14, 1994 ... Major: Exercise & Sport Science. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2013 12/0 84 345 4.1 28.8 3 21 UF Total 12/0 84 345 4.1 28.8 3 21 UF Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2013 12/0 13 172 13.2 14.3 1 37 NEB Total 12/0 13 172 13.2 14.3 1 37 NEB Kickoff Returns LG Year Ret. Yards Avg TD 2013 1 -7 -7.0 0 0 ASU 1 -7 -7.0 0 0 ASU Total

47 Ray Drew DE, Sr., 6-5, 276 Thomasville, Ga. / Thomas County Central HS Career Highs: 8 tackles vs. Georgia Tech in 2012 *2 sacks (2x), last vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making seven starts, and finished the season with 43 tackles, including eight tackles for loss - six of which were sacks ... Had five tackles vs. Georgia Tech ... Tallied five tackles, including one sack, vs. App. State ... Had seven tackles, including two sacks vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Made five tackles including two sacks vs. Tennessee ... Made three tackles, including one sack vs. No. 6 LSU ... Tallied four tackles against No. 8 Clemson ... Recipient of the Watkins Family Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 13 games, making 23 tackles to go along with six quarterback pressures ... Had a career-high eight tackles vs. Georgia Tech ... Had four tackles vs. Georgia Southern ... Recipient of the Watkins Family Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in seven games recording eight tackles including 2.5 TFL ... Named SEC Co-Freshman of the Week after he had three tackles, including 2.5 for a loss, and recovered a fumble at Vanderbilt ... Recipient of the Watkins Family Football Scholarship. High School: Thomas County Central, coached by Ed Pilcher ... USA Today All-USA first-team defense ... Parade All-America team ... Sporting News #5 among Top 100 ... #5 on Sporting News Top 100 ... SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie teams ... PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... Army All-America East team ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11, #2 player in Georgia, Class AAAA All-State first-team defense ... Scout.com five-star prospect, #33 player and #6 defensive end in the country, #2 player in Georgia ... Rivals.com five-star recruit, #9 player and #1 defensive end in the country, #2 player in Georgia ... ESPN.com five-star recruit, ESPNU 150, #13 player in the country, #2 defensive end ... MaxPreps.com #18 player overall, #3 defensive end ... As a junior, recorded 72 tackles, including 16 for loss and six sacks. Personal: RAY DREW ... Born Sept. 24, 1992 ... Major: Communication Studies.

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Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2011 7/0 3 5 8 0.5/4 2.5/11 0 1 0 0 3 2012 13/0 10 13 23 0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 8 2013 13/7 24 19 43 6.0/47 8.0/52 0 0 3 0 12 Total 33/7 36 34 70 6.5/51 11.5/64 0 1 3 0 23

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Michael Erdman

SE, Sr., 5-10, 191 Merritt Island, Fla. / Central Catholic Career Highs: 2 receptions vs. App. State in 2013 *22 receiving yards vs. App. State in 2013 *Long reception of 15 yards vs. App. State in 2013 2013: Appeared in three games ... Finished the season with three catches for 28 yards ... Had a careerhigh two catches for 22 yards vs. App. State ... Had first career catch for six yards vs. No. 25 Missouri. 2012: Appeared in five games ... Caught two passes for 67 yards in the G-Day game and was named offensive recipient of the Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Appeared in nine games ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for fall semester. 2010: Redshirted...Named one of team’s outstanding special teams award winners ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for summer semester. High School: Central Catholic, coached by Mike Riazzi ... Four-year varsity letterman and three-year varsity starter ... Helped lead Central Catholic to a district title as a captain during senior year ... Named First Team All-State, First Team All-Space Coast and Space Coast Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Set 14 school records including most wins by a quarterback, most passing touchdowns in a season and in a career, most passing yards in a season and most career rushing yards for a quarterback ... Member of the National Honor Society, Science Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society ... Also played basketball and track in high school. Personal: MICHAEL HULL ERDMAN III ... Born March 24, 1992 ... Major: Management. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2013 3/0 3 28 9.3 9.3 0 15 ASU 3/0 3 28 9.3 9.3 0 15 ASU Total

97 Adam Erickson P, Sr., 5-10, 171 Athens, Ga. / Clarke Central HS Career Highs: 4 punts vs. Nebraska in 2013 *Long punt of 51 yards vs. vs. Kentucky in 2013 *3 punts downed inside the 20-yard line (2x), last vs. Nebraska in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games ... Punted a careerhigh four times in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl, including three that were downed inside the 20yard line ... Had a career-long punt of 51 yards vs. Kentucky ... punted twice vs. No. 25 Missouri for an average of 40.5 yards per punt ... Punted one time for 44 yards at Tennessee ... Kicked off one time vs. North Texas ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 14 games ... Had two punts for an average of 44 yards vs. Florida Atlantic ... 1 punt of 37 yards downed inside the 20-yard line at Missouri ... Punted three times, with all three punts downed inside the 20-yard line vs. Buffalo ... Kicked a 46-yard field goal in the G-Day game; also punted two times for 68 yards. 2011: Punted once for 53 yards in G-Day game. 2010: Member of the scout team. High School: Clarke Central. Personal: ADAM RUSSELL ERICKSON ... Born April 2, 1992 ... Major: Real Estate.


2014 Bulldogs

Year 2012 2013 Total

Punts 8 13 21

Yards 296 527 823

Year KO Yards 2012 0 0 2013 1 43 Total 1 43

Punts Avg. In 20 37.0 5 40.5 5 39.2 10

BL LG 0 46 FAU 0 52 GT 0 52 GT

Kickoffs Avg. TB OB 0.0 0 0 43.0 0 1 43.0 0 1

44 Cameron Faulkner FB, Jr., 5-11, 240 Snellville, Ga. / Brookwood College: Attended Bethel University (Tenn.) for two years ... Helped lead the Wildcats to a pair of Western Division Mid-South Conference championships. High School: Brookwood, coached by Mark Crews ... Part of 2010 GHSA 5-A state championship team ... Named Gwinnett County Player of the Month ... Part of Leadership Council. Personal: CAMERON DAVID FAULKNER ... Mother, Mary Beth Faulkner, also chose UGA after high school ... Born Dec. 30, 1992 ... Major: Pre-Business.

84 Leonard Floyd OLB, So., 6-4, 220 Eastman, Ga. / Dodge County / Hargrave Career Highs: 8 tackles (2x), last vs. Nebraska in 2013 *2 sacks vs. North Texas in 2013 2014: Recipient of the Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award for defense at the conclusion of spring practice, given annually to the player who most strains his potential. 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making eight starts ... Voted to SEC All-Freshman Team ... Named to Phil Steele’s Freshman All-America First Team ... Finished his freshman season with 55 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and a team-high 6.5 sacks ... Tied his career-high with eight tackles vs. Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl ... Had six tackles vs. Georgia Tech ... Made four tackles, including a sack, and had a forced fumble vs. Kentucky ... Had a sack vs. App. State ... Made seven tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Made a sack vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Had a career-high eight tackles, including one sack, vs. No. 6 LSU ... Had a then-career-high six tackles, including two sacks, vs. North Texas ... Recipient of the Milton “Red” Leathers Football Scholarship. Prep School: Hargrave Military Academy ... Rivals.com four-star prospect ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #4 overall prep school prospect nationally, #4 ranked player in the state of Virginia ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, #18 DE and #142 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #11 overall prospect in Georgia ... Helped lead Hargrave to a 7-3 record in 2012. High School: Dodge County, coached by Rex Hodges ... SuperPrep AllDixie Team ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #18 DE nationally, #142 overall prospect nationally, #11 player in the state ... Rivals.com fourstar prospect, #13 DE nationally, #177 overall prospect nationally, #12 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #28 DE nationally ... 247Sports four-star prospect, #123 ranked overall player nationally, #10 ranked OLB nationally, #11 ranked overall player in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AA All-State Team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State first team ... As a junior recorded 81 tackles, including 14 for a loss and six sacks, as well as 549 receiving yards and three touchdowns at tight end. Personal: LEONARD CORNILUS FLOYD ... Born Sept. 8, 1992 ... Major: Athletic Training.

Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 13/8 34 21 55 6.5/55 9.5/63 2 0 1 0 22 Total 13/8 34 21 55 6.5/55 9.5/63 2 0 1 0 22

69 Trent Frix SN, Jr., 6-0, 218 Calhoun, Ga. / Air Force Academy 2013: Has appeared in six games ... handled long snapping duties against Clemson, North Texas, LSU, Tennessee, Missouri and Vanderbilt. College: Attended the Air Force Academy prep school for a year before transferring to UGA. High School: Calhoun, coached by Hal Lamb ... Helped lead Calhoun to GHSA AA state titles in football and baseball ... Named to the All-Area team as a senior ... Part of Yellow Jacket football team that won region championships from 2008-11 ... Posted a 4.0 GPA at Calhoun ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Beta Club ... Also played basketball and baseball. Personal: TRENTON NATHANIEL FRIX ... Brother of former Bulldog snapper (2009-12) and Academic All-American Ty Frix and son of Mitch Frix who lettered as Georgia’s snapper in 1981-82 ... Born March 8, 1993 Major: Pre-Business.

15 J.J. Green CB, So., 5-9, 183 Kingsland, Ga. / Camden County HS Career Highs: 17 carries at Tennessee in 2013 *129 rushing yards vs. North Texas in 2013 *Long rush of 57 yards vs. No. 25 MU in 2013 *1 rushing TD (3x), last vs. UK in 2013 *Long rushing TD of 6 yards vs. UK in 2013 *5 receptions vs. No. 25 MU in 2013 *42 receiving yards vs. No. 25 MU in 2013 *Long reception of 13 yards vs. No. 25 MU in 2013 *Long kickoff return of 48 yards vs. Nebraska in 2013 2014: Converted to the secondary during the spring ... Recipient of Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice, given to players showing the most desire during spring drills. 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making two starts ... Finished the season second on the team in rushing with 384 yards and three touchdowns on 68 carries, and had 12 catches for 104 yards ... Led the team with 168 kickoff return yards ... Rushed 12 times for 87 yards, including a career-long 57 yard run, and caught five passes for 42 yards in his first career start vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Named Athlon Sports Freshman of the Week after he rushed for 129 yards on 17 carries at Tennessee with the first and second string tailbacks out with injuries ... Carried two times for 40 yards and a touchdown vs. North Texas ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Led the Red team with eight carries for 27 yards in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Doug and Diane Magnus Family Athletic Scholarship. High School: Camden County, coached by Jeff Herron ... PrepStar AllSoutheast Region ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2012 Super 11 and Class AAAAAA All-State first team ... Named to 2012 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAAA First-team offense ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #72 CB in the country ... Dawg Post #5 CB and #80 overall prospect in Georgia ... 50 ranked Athlete in the country and #47 prospect in the state of Georgia by Rivals ... 247sports.com three-star player, #30 CB in the country, #27 player in Georgia ... ESPN three-star prospect ranked #32 LB in the country and #57 ranked prospect in Georgia ... High School teammate of QB Brice Ramsey ... Helped lead Camden County to the quarter-finals of the GHSA play-offs where they lost to eventual state champion Norcross ... Recorded 39 tackles, 3 interceptions, 1 sack, 919 rushing yards and 16 total touchdowns his senior season of high school. Personal: J.J. GREEN ... Born June 22, 1995 ... Major: Sport Management. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2013 13/2 68 384 5.6 29.5 3 57 MIZ Total 13/2 68 384 5.6 29.5 3 57 MIZ

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2014 Bulldogs Year G/GS 2013 13/2 Total 13/2

Rec. 12 12

Receiving Yards Per/Rec. 104 8.7 104 8.7

Per/Gm. TD LG 8.0 0 17 CLEM 8.0 0 17 CLEM

Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2013 7 168 24.0 0 48 NEB Total 7 168 24.0 0 48 NEB

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Todd Gurley

TB, Jr., 6-1, 232 Tarboro, N.C. / Tarboro HS Career Highs: 30 carries vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *154 rushing yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *Long rush of 75 yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *3 rushing TDs (2x), last at Georgia Tech in 2013 *Long rushing TD of 75 yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *3 kickoff returns vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 *127 kickoff return yards vs. Buffalo in 2012 *Long kickoff return of 100 yards vs. Buffalo in 2012 *1 kickoff returned for a TD vs. Buffalo in 2012 *227 all-purpose yards vs. Buffalo in 2012 *10 receptions at No. 7 Auburn in 2013 *90 receiving yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 *Long reception of 73 yards vs. Florida in 2013 *2 TD receptions vs. Kentucky in 2013 *Long TD reception of 73 yards vs. Florida in 2013 Career: 12 - 100 yard rushing games. 2013: Appeared in 10 games, making 10 starts ... Led the team with 989 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns, and was third on the team with 37 receptions for 441 yards and a team-high six touchdown catches ... Voted to Associated Press All-SEC Second Team ... Named to Phil Steele’s All-SEC Second Team ... Rushed for 122 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries at Georgia Tech to go along with four catches for 36 yards and a receiving touchdown and was named the CFPA National RB of the Week ... Caught two TD passes vs. Kentucky ... Rushed for 79 yards and a touchdown and had a career-high 10 catches for 77 yards at No. 7 Auburn ... Returned to action against Florida after missing the previous three and a half games, and rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown to go along with three catches for 87 yards and another score ... Missed the Tennessee, Missouri and Vanderbilt games with an ankle injury he sustained against LSU ... Named one of the team captains for the games against South Carolina, North Texas and LSU ... Had 73 yards rushing on eight carries in the first half vs. No. 6 LSU before an ankle injury sidelined him for the rest of the game ... Led the team with 132 yards and a rushing touchdown after carrying the ball a career high 30 times vs. No. 6 South Carolina; also grabbed his first TD catch ... Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week after he rushed for a career-high 154 yards with two touchdowns at No. 8 Clemson, including a career-long 75-yard TD rush on his first carry of the season ... Named to preseason watch lists for the Maxwell Award, Doak Walker Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year Award ... Named to Athlon All-America First Team, Sporting News Preseason All-America First Team, Phil Steele’s Preseason All-America Second Team, SI.com Preseason All-America Second Team, Lindy’s Preseason AllAmerica Second Team, Preseason Media Days All-SEC First Team, Lindy’s Preseason All-SEC First Team, Athlon Preseason All-SEC First Team, Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC First Team, Sporting News Preseason All-SEC Team ... Recipient of the Jack and Joy Davis Football Scholarship and the Christian Walker Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making 12 starts, rushing for 1,385 yards, which ranks sixth in school history ... Became second UGA true freshman (Herschel Walker in 1980) to rush for more than 1,000 yards ... Set Georgia freshman running back record with 17 rushing TDs, which is tied for third overall at UGA ... Tallied nine games with at least 100 yards rushing, which ranks tied for 3rd in school history for a season ... Named to the FWAA Freshman All-America Team, Sporting News All-America, Phil Steele Freshman All-America Team, Associated Press All-SEC First Team, All-SEC Coaches’ Second Team, SEC Coaches’ All-Freshman Team and Phil Steele All-SEC Team ... Recipient of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award ... Had 125 yards rushing and a touchdown on 23 carries vs. No. 16 Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl ... Had 122 yards rushing on 22 carries and two touchdowns vs.

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No. 2 Alabama in SEC Championship ... Led all rushers with 116 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown at Auburn ... Rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 27 carries vs. No. 3 Florida ... Had a then-season-high 24 carries for 130 yards and a season-best three touchdowns vs. Tennessee, and was named the SEC Tri-Freshman of the Week ... Led the team with a season-high 130 yards rushing on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns vs. Vanderbilt, and was named SEC Freshman of the Week and the 247Sports National True Freshman of the Week ... Led the team with 111 yards rushing and a touchdown on 10 carries vs. Florida Atlantic ... Earned first career start at Missouri, and gained a team-high 65 yards rushing with a touchdown, and caught one pass; also returned two kickoffs for 62 yards ... Named SEC CoFreshman of the Week after he rushed eight times for 100 yards and scored three TDs, including a 55-yard TD run, to become the first Georgia true freshman to have at least 100 yards and three TDs in a season opener since 2004; also tied a school, SEC and NCAA record with a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown vs. Buffalo ... Named to Phil Steele Midseason All-SEC Second Team ... Recipient of the Jack and Joy Davis Football Scholarship. High School: Tarboro, coached by Jeff Craddock ... North Carolina Associated Press Player of the Year for 2011 ... NCPreps.com 2A Player of the Year for 2011 ... SuperPrep All-Mid-Atlantic Team ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #11 ranked RB, ranked #10 in state of North Carolina overall ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #107 player and #13 ranked RB nationally, #5 player in the state ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #5 ranked RB nationally, #42 ranked overall player, #3 player in state of North Carolina ... 247Sports four-star prospect, #57 ranked overall player nationally, #6 ranked RB nationally, #5 ranked player overall in the state of North Carolina North Carolina Associated Press First Team All State ... ESPNHS North Carolina Magazine First Team All State ... Won three consecutive 2A State Championships at Tarboro High School ... Rushed for 242 yards and four touchdowns in 2011 State Championship game ... As a senior totaled 2,600 yards and 38 touchdowns ... Played RB and safety during his Junior season, totaling 1,472 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns, as well as 79 tackles, an interception, and a forced fumble ... Named Rocky Mount Telegram All-Area Offensive Player of the Year for the 2010 season ... Ran Track for Team USA in Europe during the Spring and Summer of 2011. Personal: TODD GURLEY ... Born Aug. 3, 1994 ... Major: Pre-Business. Year 2012 2013 Total

G/GS 14/12 10/10 24/22

Rushing Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 222 1,385 6.2 98.9 17 55 UB 165 989 6.0 98.9 10 75 CLEM 387 2,374 6.1 98.9 27 75 CLEM

Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2012 14/12 16 117 7.3 8.4 0 23 OM 37 441 11.9 44.1 5 73 UF 2013 10/10 Total 24/22 53 558 10.5 23.3 5 73 UF Kickoff Returns LG Year Ret. Yards Avg TD 2012 7 243 34.7 1 100 UB 0 0 - 0 2013 Total 7 243 34.7 1 100 UB 2012 G/GS Att. Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG Buffalo 1/0 8 100 2 55 0 0 0 0 at Missouri 2/1 10 65 1 44 1 -5 0 -5 10 111 1 38 0 0 0 0 Fla. Atlantic 3/2 Vanderbilt 4/3 16 130 2 39 1 13 0 13 Tennessee 5/4 24 130 3 51 1 3 0 1 at S. Carolina 6/5 13 39 0 13 0 0 0 0 at Kentucky 7/6 12 47 0 12 3 23 0 13 vs. Florida 8/7 27 118 1 23 2 23 0 20 Ole Miss 9/8 18 117 0 31 1 23 0 23 at Auburn 10/9 11 116 1 49 1 10 0 10 Ga. Southern 11/10 15 68 1 18 0 0 0 0 Ga. Tech 12/11 12 97 2 22 2 20 0 11 vs. Alabama 13/12 23 122 2 18 3 3 0 4 vs. Nebraska 14/12 23 125 1 24 1 4 0 4 Total 14/13 222 1,385 17 55 16 117 0 23


2014 Bulldogs 2013 G/GS Att. Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG at Clemson 1/1 12 154 2 75 1 1 0 1 132 1 19 1 8 1 8 S. Carolina 2/2 30 North Texas 3/3 21 91 1 12 2 20 0 15 4/4 8 73 0 23 1 13 0 13 LSU vs. Florida 5/5 17 100 1 30 3 87 1 73 App. State 6/6 13 75 1 10 3 12 0 6 7/7 15 79 1 14 10 77 0 22 at Auburn Kentucky 8/8 8 77 0 16 5 90 2 44 122 3 25 4 36 1 13 at Ga. Tech 9/9 20 vs. Nebraska 10/10 21 86 0 16 7 97 1 30 Total 10/10 165 989 10 75 37 441 6 73

43 Merritt Hall FB, Jr., 5-11, 226 Alpharetta, Ga. / Wesleyan School Career Highs: 2 carries (2x), last at No. 6 South Carolina in 2012 *5 rushing yards (2x), last at No. 6 South Carolina in 2012 *1 reception (2x), last vs. App. State in 2013 *Long reception of 9 yards at No. 6 South Carolina in 2012 *2 kickoff returns at Missouri in 2012 *Long kick return of 7 yards at Missouri in 2012 *14 kickoff return yards at Missouri in 2012 2013: Has appeared in 13 games making one start ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Col Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 12 games making six starts ... Missed the Ole Miss and Auburn games with an injury ... Caught first career pass for nine yards at No. 6 South Carolina ... Made first career start vs. Buffalo ... Named Outstanding Walk-On for offense at the conclusion of spring practice ... Awarded a scholarship in early August ... Recipient of the Col. Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Redshirted and earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. High School: Wesleyan, coached by Franklin Pridgen ... All-County and GHSA A All-State selection as a senior ... 2010 region Defensive Player of the Year ... All-State selection and state Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... Helped team capture 2009 region championship ... All-State selection and region Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore ... Helped team capture 2008 region and state championships ... Also competed on track and baseball teams. Personal: JAMES MERRITT HALL ... Born July 9, 1992 ... Cousin, Chad Hall, went to Air Force and plays in the NFL ... Cousin, Erin Hall, was on the women’s basketball team at Wake Forest ... Major: Pre-Business. Year 2012 2013 Total

Rushing G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 12/6 2 10 5.0 0.8 0 5 UB/SC 13/1 1 -1 -1.0 -0.1 0 0 UT 25/7 3 9 3.0 0.4 0 5 UB/SC

Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2012 12/6 1 9 9.0 0.8 0 9 SC 2013 13/1 1 4 4.0 0.3 0 4 ASU Total 25/7 2 13 6.5 0.5 0 9 SC

52 Amarlo Herrera ILB, Sr., 6-2, 244 College Park, Ga. / North Clayton HS Career Highs: 12 tackles (3x), last vs. Georgia Tech in 2013 *1 touchdown vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 *1 interception vs. Florida Atlantic in 2012 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making 13 starts ... Second on the team — and third in the Southeastern Conference — with 112 tackles, and had one interception ... Named to Phil Steele’s All-SEC Third Team ... Led the team with 12 tackles, including two for losses, vs. Georgia Tech ... Tallied 12 tackles at No. 7 Auburn ... Made seven tackles and had a 16-yard interception return vs. App. State ... Tallied seven tackles vs. Florida ... Led the team with 10 tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Named one of the team captains for games against North Texas and Auburn ... Tallied eight tackles vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Made 11 tackles vs. Tennessee ... Tallied six tackles vs. No. 6 LSU ... Recorded six tackles vs. North Texas ... Tied his career high and led Georgia for its second consecutive week with 12 tackles ... Tallied a career-high 12 tackles and registered two pass break-ups at No. 8 Clemson ... Had six tackles in the G-Day Game ... Named to Lindy’s Preseason All-SEC Second Team and Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Third Team ... Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making nine starts, and had 70 tackles, an interception, forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... Had five tackles vs. Ole Miss ... Recorded six tackles vs. No. 3 Florida ... Led the defense with 11 tackles at No. 6 South Carolina ... Tallied six tackles vs. Tennessee ... Led the team with eight tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Had seven tackles and a 35yard interception return for a touchdown vs. Florida Atlantic ... Recorded a career-high ten tackles at Missouri in 2012, including tackle for loss. Also had a fumble recovery ... Had five tackles against Buffalo ... Recipient of the Tommy Reeder Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: One of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award recipients (defense) ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester ... Appeared in 14 games making eight starts recording 37 tackles including 3.0 TFL, a forced fumble, two PBUs and three QBP ... Recorded a career-best six tackles three times: at Tenn., vs. Mississippi State and at Ole Miss ... Had four tackles vs. Coastal Carolina ... Recipient of the Tommy Reeder Football Scholarship. High School: North Clayton, coached by Rodney Hackney ... PrepStar AllSoutheast Region team ... Scout.com Four-Star Player, #11 MLB in the country and #15 Player in Georgia ... Rivals.com Four-Star Player, #230 overall player and #13 LB in the country, #17 Player in Georgia ... ESPN Four-star player, #9 OLB in the country ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 and member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State team ... also named All-Region and All-County ... Defensive Player of the Year in Clayton County and Region 4AAAA ... Defensive MVP of NCHS as junior and senior ... His 181 career tackles set a school record. Personal: AMARLO MONTEZ HERRERA ... Born Sept. 20, 1991 ... Major: Sociology.

Defensive

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2011 14/8 16 21 37 0.0/0 3.0/8 1 0 2 0 3 2012 14/9 33 37 70 0.0/0 3.0/5 1 1 2 1 1 2013 13/13 54 58 112 0.5/3 5.0/13 1 0 6 1 9 Total 41/30 103 116 219 0.5/3 13.0/29 3 1 10 2 13

Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2012 4 42 10.5 0 14 UB 2013 0 0 - 0 Total 4 42 10.5 0 14 UB

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2014 Bulldogs 48 Quayvon Hicks TE, Jr., 6-2, 257 Blackshear, Ga. / Pierce County HS Career Highs: 4 carries vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *38 rushing yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *Long rush of 37 yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *1 rushing TD at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *Long TD rush of 1 yard at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *2 receptions at Vanderbilt in 2013 *38 receiving yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *Long reception of 38 yards at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making six starts ... Rushed for 72 yards and had 67 receiving yards ... Had a career-high two catches at Vanderbilt ... Made first career start vs. No. 6 South Carolina, and rushed for 28 yards on four carries and grabbed one catch for 23 yards ... Rushed for 37 yards on his first career attempt, and also recorded first career reception for 38 yards at No. 8 Clemson ... Named Most Improved Offensive Player at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 12 games, mostly on special teams ... Recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship. High School: Pierce County, coached by Sean Pender ... SuperPrep AllDixie Team ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #3 FB nationally, #27 player in the state ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #2 FB nationally, #45 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #64 ATH nationally ... 247sports.com #2 ranked FB nationally, #31 overall prospect in Georgia ... 2011 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Team ... Participated in 2011 Under Armour All-American Football Combine ... Saw playing time at defensive end, nose tackle, linebacker, tight end and fullback ... Also competed on wrestling and track teams ... As defensive end, recorded 60 tackles, four sacks, and seven tackles for loss ... averaged four yards per carry and scored one TD as RB ... lead blocker for seven rushing TDs ... AllRegion second team as DL. Personal: QUAYVON DEONTE HICKS ... Born July 17, 1994 ... Major: Pre-Business. Year 2013 Total

G/GS 13/6 13/6

Rushing Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. 10 72 7.2 5.5 10 72 7.2 5.5

TD LG 1 37 CLEM 1 37 CLEM

Receiving LG Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD 2013 13/6 5 67 13.4 5.2 0 38 CLEM 5 67 13.4 5.2 0 38 CLEM Total 13/6

75 Kolton Houston OT, Sr., 6-5, 280 Buford, Ga. / Buford HS 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making six starts ... Part of an offense that ranked No. 2 in passing in the SEC and generated at least 23 points in 12 games and 400 yards in 12 games ... Granted reinstatement by the NCAA in July after three years under suspension following routine NCAA drug testing which detected a banned substance medically administered following shoulder surgery in high school ... Recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship. 2012: Named offensive recipient of the Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice. 2011: Earned team’s Coffee County Hustle Award for Offense at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Roger F. and Michael A. Kahn Football Scholarship. 2010: Redshirted as a member of the scout team ... Recipient of the Louis S. Sohn Jr., Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for summer semester ... Graduated early and enrolled at UGA in January, 2010. High School: Buford, coached by Jess Simpson ... Named to the 2010 Under Armour All-American game ... named a PrepStar All-American ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... selected for the Atlanta Journal Constitution 2009 Georgia’s Super 11, Class AA All-State, and ranked 26th in the 2009 AJC

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Top 50 ... 2009 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State first team ... ranked No. 3 offensive guard prospect by ESPN ... member of ESPNU150 ... ranked No. 21 offensive guard by Rivals.com ... Rivals.com Georgia Midseason Top 100 for 2010 ... Scout.com four-star player ranked #6 OG in the country, #73 overall players in the South, and #15 player in Georgia ... helped lead Buford High School to its third straight Class AA state championship in 2009 ... 2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association AA All-State ... 2008 First Team All-Area. Personal: KOLTON MATTHEW HOUSTON ... Born July 25, 1991 ... Major: Family Finance Planning.

59 Jordan Jenkins OLB, Jr., 6-3, 246 Hamilton, Ga. / Harris County HS Career Highs: 5 tackles at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *2 sacks (2x) last vs. Vanderbilt in 2013 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making 13 starts ... Had 45 tackles on the season, including a teamhigh 12 tackles for loss, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble ... Voted to the All-SEC Coaches’ Second Team ... Named to Phil Steele’s All-SEC Second Team ... Named one of the team captains for the Auburn game ... Had four tackles, including one sack, at No. 7 Auburn ... Made five tackles, including two sacks vs. Vanderbilt ... Had one sack vs. No. 6 LSU ... Notched six tackles, including two TFLs, vs. North Texas ... Had four tackles, including one TFL, vs. No. 6 South Carolina ... Had a career-high five tackles, including one TFL, against No. 8 Clemson ... Named to preseason watch list for the Butkus Award ... Named to Preseason Media Days All-SEC Second Team, Athlon Preseason All-SEC Second Team and Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Third Team ... Recipient of the Ken & Jody Jackson Family Football Scholarship and the Green-Sands Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making six starts and had 31 tackles and was second on the team with five sacks ... Recipient of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award ... Had two tackles and a sack at Auburn ... Notched a sack and forced a fumble vs. Tenneesee ... Had two sacks vs. Vanderbilt ... Had three tackles vs. Florida Atlantic ... Had four tackles and a critical fumble recovery at Missouri ... Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship. High School: Harris County, coached by Tommy Parks ... SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-Dixie Teams ... ESPNU Top 150 ... PrepStar 150 ... Scout.com five-star player, #5 DE and #19 overall prospect in the country, #1 ranked prospect in the state.Rivals.com four-star player, #6 DE and #56 prospect in the country, #3 player in the state ... ESPNU four-star player, #8 DE in the country, #32 player in the region, #7 player in the state ... 247sports.com four-star player, #5 DE and #28 overall prospect in the country, #1 player in Georgia ... Named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 and Class AAAA All-State Team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA first-team ... Participated in the Under Armor All-American game. Personal: JORDAN MONTAE JENKINS ... Born July 1, 1994 ... Major: Pre-Business.

Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2012 14/6 18 13 31 5.0/25 8.0/30 1 1 2 0 23 2013 13/13 30 15 45 5.0/33 12.0/62 1 2 2 0 23 Total 27/19 48 28 76 10.0/58 20.0/92 2 3 4 0 46

38 Clay Johnson FLK, RSo., 6-1, 171 Calhoun, Ga. / Calhoun HS 2014: Led the Black team with five catches for 75 yards in the G-Day Game. 2013: Member of the scout team ... Named Outstanding Offensive Walk-On at the conclusion of spring practice. 2012: Redshirted ... Member of the scout team. High School: Calhoun, coached by Hal Lamb ... Was a captain for the Calhoun team that finished with a national No. 1 ranking in 2011 and the GHSA A state title ... Named to the 2011 Ga. Sports Writers All Sports Team Defense and received the 2011


2014 Bulldogs Tri-Sport Athlete Award ... Earned the 2011-12 NW Ga. Tip-Off Club Athletic Award and the 2011 Golden Helmet Award ... Won four region football titles with the Yellow Jackets as his team were the state runner-ups in 200810 ... Named the Best Young Receiver at the 2008 Furman QB/WR Camp ... Played basketball for four years, tennis three years, track two years and baseball for a year ... Won the 2010 and 2011 region team titles in track and the 2010 region crown in tennis ... Earned the 2010-11 Hustle Award in basketball ... Qualified for the state track meet with his 4x400-meter relay partners in 2011 ... Member of National Beta Club, Key Club, FCA and the National Honors Society ... Named the 2009 Most Outstanding Math Student. Personal: CLAY JOHNSON ... Born Aug. 28, 1993 ... Major: Middle School Education.

10 Kennar Johnson CB, Jr., 6-2, 185 Miami, Fla. / East Ridge / Gulf Coast C.C. 2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Tommy Reeder Football Scholarship. Prep School: Gulf Coast (Miss.) CC, coached by Steven Campbell ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #94 among JUCO prospects nationally ... 247sports. com three-star recruit, #133 among JUCO prospects, #10 ranked JUCO CB ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect ... In 2012 he recorded 34 tackles and three pass break-ups ... As a freshman he played for Reedley College in Reedley, Calif., he later transferred to Gulf Coast (Miss.) CC for the 2012 campaign. High School: East Ridge, coached by Bud O’Hara ... Honorable Mention for Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Super 60 ... As a senior he recorded 92 tackles, five interceptions, three forced fumbles, eight pass break-ups and one defensive touchdown ... Competed in long jump and 4x100 relay on the track and field team. Personal: KENNAR DAVONN JOHNSON ... Born Dec. 18, 1992 ... Major: Sociology.

88 Toby Johnson DE, Jr., 6-4, 305 College Park, Ga. / Hutchinson (Kan.) CC Career Highs: 3 tackles vs. Kentucky in 2013 2013: Appeared in 10 games ... Recorded seven tackles ... Recipient of the David Jacobs Football Scholarship. Junior College: Hutchinson CC, coached by Rion Rhoades ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, eighth ranked overall JUCO prospect, fourth ranked DT prospect, #2 overall prospect in the state of Kansas ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #8 JUCO prospect nationally, #3 ranked DT prospect, #1 overall prospect in the state of Kansas ... Fox Sports NEXT fourstar prospect, 13th overall JUCO prospect, #2 ranked DE, #4 overall prospect in the state of Kansas ... ESPN.com four-star prospect ... 2012 Second-Team NJCAA All-American ... Amassed 87 total tackles, 17 tackles for a loss, five sacks, nine pass breakups, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and two blocked kicks through two seasons at Hutchinson. High School: Banneker, coached by Ed Gosa. Personal: TOBY JOHNSON ... Born Sept. 1, 1991 ... Major: Sociology. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 10/0 2 5 7 0.0/0 1.5/4 0 0 0 0 0 10/0 2 5 7 0.0/0 1.5/4 0 0 0 0 0 Total

36 Kyle Karempelis TB, Sr., 5-9, 180 Roswell, Ga. / Wesleyan School Career Highs: 13 carries vs. New Mexico State in 2011 *63 rushing yards vs. New Mexico State in 2011 *Long rush of 20 yards vs. New Mexico State in 2011 *1 rushing TD vs. New Mexico State in 2011 *Long rushing TD of 1 yard vs. New Mexico State in 2011 *1 kickoff return (4x), last vs. App. State in 2013 *Long kickoff return of 23 yards vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 *23 kickoff return yards vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 2013: Appeared in all 13 games ... Returned four kickoffs for 43 yards ... Led the Black team with 13 carries for 89 yards ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 12 games, mostly on special teams, and had two kickoff returns ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: Appeared in two games ... Made Bulldog debut vs. New Mexico State rushing 13 times for 63 yards and a TD ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. High School: Wesleyan, coached by Franklin Pridgen ... Lettered all four years ... All-State selection as a senior ... Tallied 5,756 yards rushing and 93 TDs in his career ... Sixth in Georgia high school football history for career touchdowns ... 2010-2011 Wesleyan Male Athlete of the Year ... All-State selection as a junior ... 2009-2010 Wesleyan Male Athlete of the Year ... All-State selection as a sophomore ... Helped team to 2008 region and state championships ... Member of basketball and track teams ... Member of National Science Honors Society and on Honor Roll at Wesleyan. Personal: KYLE KAREMPELIS ... Born March 2, 1992 ... Major: Finance.

Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2011 2/0 13 63 4.8 31.5 1 20 NMS 0.0 0.0 0 2012 12/0 0 0 2013 13/0 1 -2 -2.0 -0.2 0 0 UK 14 61 4.4 2.3 1 20 NMS Total 27/0 Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2011 0 0 0.0 0 2 12 6.0 0 10 NEB 2012 2013 4 43 0.0 0 Total 6 55 9.2 0 10 NEB

42 Tim Kimbrough ILB, So., 6-0, 228 Indianapolis, Ind. / Warren Central HS Career Highs: 2 tackles vs. Appalachian State in 2013 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... Registered five tackles, including one for a loss ... Recipient of the Paul and June Martin Football Scholarship. High School: Warren Central, coached by Steve Tutsie ... PrepStar All-America Team ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star player, #5 ILB and #93 overall prospect in the nation, #2 overall prospect in Indiana ... Rivals.com four-star player, #3 overall prospect in Indiana, #150 overall prospect nationally ... ESPN.com four-star player, #11 ILB nationally, #5 overall prospect in Indiana, #34 overall prospect regionally ... 247sports.com four-star player, #10 ILB in the country, #4 player in Indiana, #217 in 247Sports Top247 ... Selected to participate in the 2013 Army Bowl ... Named to the 2012 MaxPreps All-American Football Team ... Indianapolis Star Indiana Mr. Football runner-up in 2012 ... Named the Indianapolis Star Super Team Player of the Year ... Had 90 solo tackles, 43 assisted tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four sacks, eight quarterback pressures, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries during his senior season in 2012. Personal: TIMOTHY LAMONT KIMBROUGH, JR. ... Born Oct. 29, 1994 ... Major: Criminal Justice. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 11/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 0 0 0 Total 11/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 0 0 0

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2014 Bulldogs 54 Brandon Kublanow

83 Jack Loonam

OG, So., 6-3, 290 Marietta, Ga. / Walton HS

TE, Sr., 6-0, 213 Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS

2013: Appeared in nine games ... Recipient of the William J. MacKenna Football Scholarship. High School: Walton, coached by Rocky Hidalgo ... PrepStar All-America Team ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, 11 OG and #256 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #1 OG and #21 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com four-star player, #2 center nationally, #15 overall prospect in Georgia, #155 overall prospect nationally ... ESPN.com fourstar player, #2 center nationally, #15 overall prospect in Georgia, #69 overall prospect regionally ... 247sports.com four-star player, #5 center in the country, #21 player in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 and Class AAAAAA All-State first team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State first team ... Also played defensive tackle at Walton. Personal: BRANDON HOWARD KUBLANOW ... Born April 5, 1995 ... Major: Pre-Business.

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Brendan Langley

WR, So., 6-1, 181 Marietta, Ga. / Kell HS Career Highs: 7 tackles at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 2013: Appeared in nine games, making four starts ... Registered 12 tackles ... Tallied a career-high seven tackles against No. 8 Clemson ... Recipient of the James W. and Elizabeth Plant Football Scholarship. High School: Kell, coached by Derek Cook ... PrepStar All-America Team ... The Marietta Daily Journal Cobb Defensive Player of the Year ... 2012 Offense-Defense AllAmerican Bowl ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, 19 CB and #173 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #2 CB and #14 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com four-star recruit, #22 CB nationally, #227 overall prospect nationally, #17 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #24 CB nationally, #26 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247sports. com four-star player, #15 CB in the country, #16 player in Georgia, #181 in 247Sports Top247 ... As a senior he had 60 total tackles, four interceptions, and a fumble recovery, he also recorded rushing, receiving, and return yards on offense ... Talented athlete with great size for a cornerback ... Helped lead Kell HS to a 9-3 record in 2012. Personal: BRENDAN HASAN LANGLEY ... Born Oct. 16, 1994 ... Major: Pre-Business.

Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 9/4 8 4 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 2 0 0 Total 9/4 8 4 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 2 0 0

66 Hunter Long C, Jr., 6-4, 312 Memphis, Tenn. / Briarcrest Christian 2013: Appeared in two games ... Recipient of the Louis S. Sohn Jr. Football Scholarship. 2012: Redshirted...suffered a foot injury in preseason camp ... Recipient of the Louis S. Sohn Jr. Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in three games ... Recipient of the Louis S. Sohn Jr. Football Scholarship. High School: Briarcrest Christian, coached by Major Wright ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region team ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... 2010 Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II-AA AllState team ... Rivals.com three-star player, 18th ranked player in Tennessee ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #41 OG nationally ... ESPN.com #18 OG nationally. Personal: HUNTER LONG ... His father, Tim Long, played offensive line at Memphis and for three NFL teams ... Older brother Austin Long played for the Bulldogs from 2009-12 ... Born Dec. 29, 1992 ... Major: Sociology.

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2014 – Has been balancing football with ROTC duties…will graduate in May, 2015, and at the same time receive his military commission. 2013: Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester. 2012: Member of the scout team ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll dis-

tinction for fall semester. High School: Lexington. Personal: JACKSON WILLIAM LOONAM ... Born May 1, 1993 ... Major: Management.

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Keith Marshall

TB, Jr., 5-11, 219 Raleigh, N.C. / Millbrook HS Career Highs: 20 carries at No. 6 LSU in 2013 *164 rushing yards vs. Tennessee in 2012 *Long rush of 75 yards vs. Tennessee in 2012 *Long TD run of 75 yards vs. Tennessee in 2012. *2 rushing TDs (2x), last vs. Georgia Tech in 2012 *3 receptions (2x), last vs. North Texas in 2013 *1 receiving touchdown (2x), last vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *Long touchdown reception of 24 yards vs. No. 16 Nebraska in 2012 *Long reception of 48 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *54 receiving yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 Career: Three 100-yard rushing games 2013: Appeared in five games, making one start ... Suffered a season-ending torn ACL at Tennessee on Oct. 5 ... Finished the season with 246 yards rushing and six touchdowns on 56 carries, in addition to eight receptions for 111 yards and a receiving touchdown ... Started at Tennessee, and rushed for 33 yards on five carries before he sustained a season-ending injury in the first quarter ... Rushed for 96 yards on a career-high 20 carries vs. No. 6 LSU ... Ran for 58 yards on seven carries and caught two passes for 54 yards, including his second career TD catch vs. No. 6 South Carolina ... Rushed for 43 yards on a career-high 16 carries at No. 8 Clemson ... Named to preseason watch list for the Doak Walker Award ... Named to Preseason Media Days All-SEC Second Team, Athlon Preseason All-SEC Second Team, Lindy’s Preseason All-SEC Third Team and Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team ... Serves as a football team representative on the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) ... One of 11 UGA student-athletes inducted into the Student-Athlete Leadership Academy (L.E.A.D.) ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 14 games, making one start, had 759 rushing yards on 117 carries and eight touchdowns ... Recipient of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award ... In his first career start, had three catches for 39 yards, including a touchdown, and had 75 all-purpose yards vs. No. 16 Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl ... Rushed for 105 yards on eight carries, including a 62-yard touchdown run, at Auburn ... Led the team with 164 yards rushing (most by a UGA RB since 2009) on 10 carries, including a 75-yard touchdown run and a 72-yard touchdown run vs. Tennessee, and was named the SEC Tri-Freshman of the Week ... Had 82 yards rushing on 10 carries, including a season-long run of 52 yards, and added two receptions vs. Vanderbilt ... Had 104 rushing yards and a touchdown on 10 carries vs. Florida Atlantic ... Ran for 33 yards on a team-high 12 carries at Missouri ... Rushed for 46 yards on a team-high 10 carries vs. Buffalo ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll for 2012-13 ... Named to Phil Steele Midseason All-SEC Third Team ... Enrolled at UGA in January and participated in spring practice ... Recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship.


2014 Bulldogs High School: Millbrook ... SuperPrep Elite 50, All-America, and All-MidAtlantic Teams ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #2 RB nationally, #4 player in North Carolina, #48 overall prospect nationally ... Scout.com five-star prospect, #1 RB and #12 overall player nationally, #2 player in the state ... ESPN.com five-star prospect, #2 RB nationally, #1 player in North Carolina, #1 player in Southeast Region, #5 overall prospect nationally ... 24/7sports. com five-star prospect, #1 RB nationally, #2 player in North Carolina, #21 overall prospect nationally ... ESPNU 150 ... PrepStar five-star prospect, #1 RB nationally and Dream Team 150 (#14) ... MaxPrep five-star prospect, #4 RB nationally and #26 overall prospect nationally ... Athlonsports.com consensus #6 prospect nationally ... The Sporting News #6 overall prospect nationally ... played in the 2012 Under Armour All-American Game ... North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year ... Cap 8 Conference Offensive Player of the Year ... HighSchoolOT.com Preseason Player of the Year, 1st team AllState and All-Region ... owns Millbrook records for rushing yards in a season and points in a season ... Millbrook career-leader in rushing yards with 4,552 and points with 332 ... as a senior rushed for 1,891 yards and 25 touchdowns on 258 carries, leading Millbrook to a berth in the Class AAAA playoffs ... as a junior rushed for 1,539 yards and 17 rushing TDs leading Millbrook to the first round of the Class AAAA playoffs ... as a sophomore rushed for 1,165 yards and 11 rushing TDs leading Millbrook to the first round of the Class 4A playoffs ... NCHSAA AAAA state 100m champion ... High School Coach: Clarence Inscore. Personal: WARREN KEITH MARSHALL, JR. ... Born Feb. 16, 1994... Major: Management. Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 2012 14/1 117 759 6.5 54.2 8 75 UT 2013 5/1 56 246 4.4 49.2 1 28 SC Total 19/2 173 1,005 5.8 52.9 9 75 UT Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 14/1 11 91 8.3 6.5 1 24 NEB 2012 2013 5/1 8 111 13.9 22.2 1 48 SC 19 202 10.6 10.6 2 48 SC Total 19/2

14 Hutson Mason QB, Sr., 6-3, 202 Marietta, Ga. / Lassiter HS Career Highs: 22 completions at Georgia Tech in 2013 *39 passing attempts vs. Nebraska in 2013 *320 passing yards vs. Nebraska in 2013 *Long pass completion of 48 yards vs. Nebraska in 2013 *2 passing TD at Georgia Tech in 2013 *Long TD completion of 33 yards vs. Coastal

Carolina in 2011 *11 carries at Georgia Tech in 2013 *9 rushing yards at Georgia Tech in 2013 *Long rush of 16 yards at Georgia Tech in 2013 *1 rushing TD (2x), last vs. Kentucky in 2013 *Long rushing TD of 1 yard (2x), last vs. Kentucky in 2013 *2 total TDs (3x), last at Georgia Tech in 2013 *1 interception at Georgia Tech in 2013 2014: Recipient of the Hugh Hendrix Memorial Award for offense at the conclusion of spring practice, given annually to the player who most strains his potential. 2013: Appeared in five games, making two starts and threw for 968 yards and five touchdowns ... Passed for a career-high 320 yards vs. Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl ... Made first career start at Georgia Tech, and led the Bulldogs back from a 20-0 deficit by going 22-for-36 for 299 yards and two touchdowns ... Entered the game against Kentucky in the second quarter following an injury to Aaron Murray, and completed 13-of-19 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown to go along with a rushing TD ... Passed for

a career-high 160 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 11 completions vs. App. State ... Saw action vs. North Texas for the first time since 2011 ... Went 16-of-27 for 191 yards and a touchdown in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of UGA Athletic Achievement Award for exhibiting intense focus and/or displaying a marked improvement in the classroom over the course of the past academic year ... Recipient of the DeVore Family Football Scholarship. 2012: Redshirted ... Completed 9-of-12 passes for 133 yards and a TD in the G-Day game ... Named Offensive Co-MVP at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the DeVore Family Football Scholarship and the Brad K. and Anissa H. Johnson Family Trust Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in four games completing 18-of-30 passes for 254 yards and two TDs ... Threw for 131 yards and a TD on 8-of-10 passing vs. New Mexico State ... Completed 6-of-9 passes for 68 yards and a TD and rushed for a TD vs. Coastal Carolina ... Named one of teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Most Improved Player on offense at conclusion of spring practice ... Completed 9-of-16 passes for 109 yards in G-Day game ... Recipient of the DeVore Family Football Scholarship. 2010: Appeared in four games completing 9-of-17 passes for 102 yards and a TD ... Completed 2-of-5 passes for 33 yards including a 26-yard TD pass to Logan Gray on his first play from scrimmage in his collegiate career ... Recipient of the DeVore Family Football Scholarship. High School: Lassiter, coached by Chip Lindsey ... 2009 Parade Magazine All-American ... 2009 Georgia Sports Writersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Association All-Class Player of the Year and Class AAAAA All-State team ... 2009 Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year ... 2009 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAA Offensive Player of the Year, Top 50, and Class AAAAA All-State first-team ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... PrepStar All-Region team ... 2009 Georgia Athletic Coaches North-South High School All-Star game ... 2009 and 2008 Marietta Daily Journal Cobb County Offensive Player of the Year ... MaxPreps.com Georgia all-decade team ... Scout.com three-star recruit, DawgPost.com #39 player in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #97 ranked player in Georgia ... ESPN. com three-star recruit, #21 ranked QB ... 2008 GSWA Class AAAAA offensive Player of the Year and Class AAAAA All-State team ... 2008 AJC Class AAAAA All-State honorable mention ... In just two years as a starter, compiled 8,265 yards passing and 85 touchdown passes ... As a senior, set Georgia state records for passing yards (4,560) and touchdowns (54) in a season ... Set state records for passing yards (552) in a single game against South Gwinnett ... Helped lead Lassiter to 12-1 record and first region championship in school history in 2009 ... As a junior, passed for 3,705 yards and 28 touchdowns. Personal: HUTSON TAYLOR MASON ... Born Sept. 20, 1991 ... Major: Communication Studies. Passing Pct. Yds. INT TD Eff. LG 52.9 102 0 1 122.75 26 UL 60.0 254 0 2 153.12 46 NMS 60.9 968 3 5 144.37 48 NEB 60.0 1,324 3 8 143.70 48 NEB Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 4/0 5 -1 -0.2 -0.2 0 10 ISU 2010 4/0 4 1 0.2 0.2 0 2 LSU 2011 2013 5/2 21 -8 -0.4 -1.6 1 16 GT Total 13/2 30 -8 -0.3 -0.7 1 16 GT Year G/GS Cmp. Att. 2010 4/0 9 17 2011 4/0 18 30 2013 5/2 67 110 94 157 Total 13/2

2010 ULL Vanderbilt Idaho State at Auburn Totals

G/S C/A Pct. Yds INT TD LG 1/0 2/5 40.0 33 0 1 26 2/0 4/4 100.0 28 0 0 19 3/0 3/8 37.5 41 0 0 19 4/0 0/0 - 0 0 0 4/0 9/17 52.9 102 0 1 26 ULL

2011 CCU NMSU Auburn vs. LSU Totals

G/S C/A Pct. Yds INT TD LG 1/0 6/9 66.7 68 0 1 33 2/0 8/10 80.0 131 0 1 46 3/0 0/0 - 0 0 0 4/0 4/11 36.4 55 0 0 21 4/0 18/30 60.0 254 0 2 46 NMSU

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2014 Bulldogs 2013 North Texas App. State Kentucky at Ga. Tech vs. Nebraska Totals

G/S C/A 1/0 0/0 2/0 11/16 3/0 13/19 4/1 22/36 5/2 21/39 5/2 67/110

Pct. 0.0 68.8 68.4 61.1 53.8 60.9

Yds INT TD LG 0 0 0 160 1 1 37 189 0 1 28 299 1 2 33 320 1 1 48 968 3 5 48 NEB

20 Quincy Mauger FS, So., 6-0, 200 Marietta, Ga. / Kell HS Career Highs: 8 tackles vs. Georgia Tech in 2013 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making seven starts ... Recorded 57 tackles and one interception in his freshman season ... Registered six tackles, including one for a loss, vs. Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl ... Tallied a career-high eight tackles vs. Georgia Tech ... Made five tackles vs. Kentucky ... Recorded five tackles vs. Florida ... Tied a career-high with seven tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Recorded six tackles vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Made a career-high seven tackles vs. Tennessee ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Recorded eight tackles in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Richard Young Football Scholarship ... Enrolled at UGA in January. High School: Kell, coached by Derek Cook ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #26 safety nationally, #27 ranked player in the state of Georgia ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #75 S in the country ... Dawg Post #83 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247sports.com three-star player, #97 safety in the country, #98 player in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #42 safety nationally, #77 ranked player in the state of Georgia ... 2012 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA Second Team All-State ... 2012 Atlanta JournalConstitution Class AAAAA All-State ... Marietta Daily Journal First Team All-County ... GHSA Class AAAAA Region 7 First Team All-Region Defense ... selected for the Cobb County All-Star Senior Bowl ... Played both safety and WR during his senior season, recording 46 total tackles and one interception, and 18 catches for 325 yards and one touchdown ... Helped Kell to a 9-1 record and the Class AAAAA Region 7 Championship ... Recorded 13 solo tackles and two catches for 69 yards and a touchdown in the Region Championship game -- Kell’s second Region Championship in three years ... Recorded 108 tackles 5 interceptions, and 5 pass break-ups during his junior season in 2011 ... Helped Kell win the Class AAAA Region 5 Championship in 2010, and go on to make the GHSA Elite Eight. Personal: QUINCY MAUGER ... Born March 4, 1995 ... Major: PreBusiness. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 13/7 42 15 57 0.0/0 1.0/6 1 0 0 1 2 Total 13/7 42 15 57 0.0/0 1.0/6 1 0 0 1 2

47 Taylor Maxey FB, Sr., 5-10, 220 Statham, Ga. / North Oconee HS 2013: Member of the scout team ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Member of the scout team ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester 2011: Redshirted ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. High School: North Oconee. Personal: CLAYTON TAYLOR MAXEY ... Born Nov. 23, 1991 ... Major: Finance.

93 Chris Mayes N, Jr., 6-4, 321 Griffin, Ga. / Spalding / Mississippi Gulf Coast Career Highs: 7 tackles vs. Georgia Tech in 2013 *1 sack vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 2013: Appeared in 11 games, making eight starts ... Registered 31 tackles, including one sack ... For the second consecutive game, tallied a career high in tackles with seven vs. Georgia Tech ... Made a then career-high six tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Had four tackles, including one sack, vs. No. 6 LSU ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Recipient of the Bill and Jane Young Football Scholarship. Junior College: Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, coached by Steve Campbell ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #50 DT in the country ... 247sports.com three-star player, #111 in JUCO prospects nationally ... Recorded 17 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for Mississippi Gulf Coast CC in 2011 ... redshirted in 2012. High School: Spalding, coached by Clint Ashmore ... 2010 PrepStar All-Region Team ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region team ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #26 DT nationally, #22 overall prospect in Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #50 DT nationally ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #23 DT nationally ... 2010 Griffin Daily News All-Area DL ... as a senior recorded 34 total tackles, nine tackles-for-loss, two QB sacks, and two blocked kicks ... as a junior recorded 32 total tackles, 18 tackles-for-loss, three QB sacks, 10 QB pressures, and 3 blocked kicks in his first year playing organized football ... also lettered in basketball. Personal: CHRISTOPHER BRYAN MAYES ... Born Sept. 27, 1991 ... Major: Communication Studies. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 11/8 14 17 31 1.0/3 1.0/3 0 0 2 0 5 Total 11/8 14 17 31 1.0/3 1.0/3 0 0 2 0 5

46 A.J. McDonald ILB, Sr., 6-0, 226 Suwanee, Ga. / Appalachian State 2013: Member of the scout team. 2012: Member of the scout team. 2010: Member of the Southern Conference championship team at Appalachian State. High School: Peachtree Ridge, coached by Bill Ballard ... As a senior, member of the all-conference, all-county and all-region teams ... Recorded 70 tackles, four sacks and one interception as a junior ... Recorded 90 tackles (eight for loss) and four sacks as a senior ... Recipient of the Gwinnett County Cecil Morris Award for an all-county player that was injured ... Member of the 2009 state runner-up team. Personal: JOSEPH ALLEN MCDONALD ... Born May 1, 1992 ... Major: Sport Management.

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2014 Bulldogs 8 Shaun McGee OLB, RFr., 6-3, 233 Snellville, Ga. / Brookwood HS 2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Bill and Susan Robbins Family football Scholarship. High School: Brookwood, coached by Mark Crews ... 247sports.com four-star player, #30 OLB in the country, #25 player in Georgia ... Rivals.com threestar prospect, #26 OLB nationally, #25 prospect in state ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #53 DE in country ... Dawg Post #8 DE and #56 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #43 DE nationally, #45 overall player in Georgia ... As a senior recorded 60 tackles and 4 sacks ... Participated in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Personal: SHAUN CHRISTOPHER MCGEE ... Born Feb. 24, 1995 ... Major: Criminal Justice.

26 Malcolm Mitchell FLK, Jr., 6-1, 190 Valdosta, Ga. / Valdosta HS Career Highs: 6 tackles at Missouri in 2012 *9 receptions at Kentucky in 2012 *126 receiving yards at Tennessee in 2011 *Long reception of 71 yards at Tennessee in 2011 *1 receiving TD (8x), last at Auburn in 2012 *Long TD reception of 51 yards vs. No. 5 Boise State in 2011 *1 carry (7x), last at Kentucky in 2012 *20 rushing yards at No. 21 Georgia Tech in 2011 *Long rush of 20 yards at No. 21 Georgia Tech in 2011 *3 punt returns vs. Vanderbilt in 2012 *3 kickoff returns at Kentucky in 2012 *Long kickoff return of 48 yards at No. 6 South Carolina in 2012 Career: 2 - 100 yard receiving games 2013: Appeared in one game, making one start ... Sustained a torn ACL in the first quarter of the season-opener at No. 8 Clemson and missed the remainder of the season ... Named to preseason watch lists for the Paul Hornung Award and Biletnikoff Award ... Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Second Team, Preseason Media Days All-SEC Third Team, Lindy’s Preseason All-SEC Third Team and Athlon Preseason All-SEC Third Team ... Recipient of the Neel Family Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 13 games making nine starts, and was second on the team with 572 receiving yards on 40 catches and played on defense through the fourth game of the season ... Recipient of the Charley Trippi Most Versatile Player award ... Caught four passes for 40 yards vs. No. 2 Alabama ... Led the team with 88 yards receiving on three catches vs. Georgia Tech ... Caught two passes for 39 yards and a score vs. Georgia Southern; also returned two kickoffs for 49 yards ... Had a team-high five catches for 47 yards and a touchdown at Auburn ... Had three catches for 55 yards, including a 42-yard TD catch vs. Ole Miss ... Led the team with five catches for 74 yards, including a 45-yard TD catch in the fourth quarter to extend Georgia’s lead vs. No. 3 Florida ... Tied career-high with nine catches for 103 yards at Kentucky ... Grabbed three catches for 52 yards at No. 6 South Carolina and returned two kickoffs for a total of 71 yards, including a long of 48 yards ... Had four catches for 31 yards vs. Tennessee and had two kickoff returns, the first of his career ... Had five tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Had a fumble recovery vs. Florida Atlantic ... Sat out the Buffalo game with an ankle injury ... Named to SEC Coaches’ Preseason All-SEC Third Team (WR) ... Spent time at cornerback during spring practice ... Recipient of the Neel Family Scholarship. 2011: All-Freshman Third Team by Phil Steele ... Freshman All-SEC by SEC

Coaches and All-SEC Third Team by Phil Steele ... One of team’s Newcomer of the Year Award recipients (offense) ... Appeared in 11 games making nine starts catching 45 passes for 665 yards and four TDs; missed Vanderbilt, Florida and New Mexico State games due to hamstring injury ... Ranked fourth in the SEC in receiving (60.5 yards per game) and fifth receptions per game (4.1) ... Had a team-best seven receptions for 51 yards and caught a two-point conversion vs. No. 12 Michigan State in the Outback Bowl ... Led team with 85 receiving yards on three catches including a 25-yard TD vs. No. 24 Auburn ... Named to Phil Steele’s mid-season All-SEC Second Team ... Led team with 126 receiving yards on three receptions including a 71-yard catch at Tennessee ... Led team with five receptions for 60 yards and a TD vs. Mississippi State ... Three receptions for 93 yards at Ole Miss ... In Bulldog debut vs. No. 5 Boise State, caught three passes for 64 yards and a TD and rushed for 18 yards on one carry ... Recipient of the Charles G. Rood Football Scholarship. High School: Valdosta, coached by Rance Gillespie ... Under Armour AllAmerican ... SuperPrep All-American and All-Dixie teams ... PrepStar AllAmerica team ... 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution #6 on Top 50 and Class AAAAA All-State team on offense ... 2010 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State team on offense ... Ranked the 68th best prospect by Maxpreps.com ... Four-Star prospect by ESPN.com ... #45 overall prospect and #7 WR on the ESPNU 150 ... Scout.com Four-Star player, #90 overall prospect, #7 CB in the country, #6 player in Georgia ... Rivals.com, Four-Star player, #1 CB, #30 overall in the country, 15th best player in Georgia ... Region 1-AAAAA Player of the Year ... Set a Valdosta HS single season reception record in 2010 with 77 catches for 1,419 yards and 7 TDs. Personal: MALCOLM JAROD MITCHELL ... Born July 20, 1992 ... Major: Communication Studies. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD LG 2011 11/9 45 665 14.8 60.5 4 71 UT 2012 13/9 40 572 14.3 44.0 4 57 GT 2013 1/1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 Total 25/19 85 1,237 14.6 49.5 8 71 UT Rushing Year G/GS Att. Yards Per/Att. Per/Gm. TD LG 11/9 4 38 9.5 3.5 0 20 GT 2011 2012 13/9 5 32 3.4 2.5 0 16 VU/AU 2013 1/1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 Total 25/19 9 70 7.8 2.8 0 20 GT Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2011 1 -1 -1.0 0 -1 BSU 2012 11 57 5.2 0 22 VU 2013 0 0 0.0 0 - Total 12 56 4.7 0 22 VU Kickoff Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2011 0 0 0.0 0 2012 16 360 22.5 0 48 USC 2013 0 0 0.0 0 Total 16 360 22.5 0 48 USC Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2011 11/9 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 13/9 10 2 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 1 3 0 0 2013 1/1 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 25/19 10 2 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 1 3 0 0

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2014 Bulldogs 39 Corey Moore SS, Sr., 6-2, 214 Griffin, Ga. / Griffin HS Career Highs: 5 tackles vs. Vanderbilt in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games, making seven starts ... Finished the season with 35 tackles and one interception ... Registered four tackles vs. Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl ... Had five tackles, including a sack late in the fourth quarter, vs. Florida ... Tallied five tackles and made an interception vs. Vanderbilt ... Recipient of the Erskine “Erk” Russell Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making one start (on offense), and had 14 tackles, including one for a loss ... Named one of the team captains for the Vanderbilt game ... Recipient of team’s Most Improved Player award ... Had four tackles vs. Georgia Southern ... Started on offense vs. Ole Miss ... Recipient of the Erskine “Erk” Russell Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in 12 games ... Recipient of the Erskine “Erk” Russell Football Scholarship. High School: Griffin, coached by Steve Devoursney ... 2010 Army AllAmerica Team ... 2010 PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... SuperPrep AllAmerica and All-Dixie teams ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #5 DB nationally, #12 overall prospect in Georgia, #103 overall prospect nationally ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #6 SAF nationally ... #10 overall player in Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #15 DB nationally ... 2010 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50 ... 2010 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Team ... 2010 Griffin Daily News All-Area ATH ... Backup QB during as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: COREY MOORE ... Born Jan. 28, 1993 ... Major: Communication Studies. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 12/0 1 0 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 2012 14/1 5 9 14 0.0/0 1.0/1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0/14 3.0/16 0 0 1 1 1 2013 12/7 27 8 35 Total 38/8 33 17 50 1.0/14 4.0/17 0 0 1 1 1

13 Marshall Morgan PLK, Jr., 6-3, 200 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / American Heritage HS Career Highs: 4 field goals made vs. Nebraska in 2013 *4 field goals attempted vs. Nebraska in 2013 *14 points scored vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 *Long FG of 56 yards at Tennessee in 2013 *Long FG attempt of 56 yards at Tennessee in 2013 2013: Appeared in 10 games ... Set SEC record for best field goal percentage with a minimum of 20 made at 91.67%, going 22-for-24 ... Led the SEC in field goals made ... Set school record for most consecutive field goals made in a season with 17 ... Tied school record for PAT pecentage in a season, going a perfect 47-for-47 ... Voted to Associated Press All-SEC First Team and the All-SEC Coaches’ First Team ... Named to the Sporting News All-SEC Team and Athlon Sports All-SEC First Team ... Named to Phil Steele’s All-SEC First Team ... Made all four field goal attempts vs. Nebraska in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl to tie a UGA bowl record ... Named one of 20 semifinalists for the Lou Groza Award ... Named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week after he made all three field goal attempts vs. Florida ... Named one of the team captains for the Missouri game ... Named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second straight week after he kicked the game-winning 42-yard field goal in overtime at Tennessee; also connected on a career-long 56-yarder in the first quarter, which is the longest on the road in school history ... Named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week and CFPA National Placekicker of the Week after he was successful on all three field goal attempts vs. No. 6 LSU, including a then-career-long of 55 yards in the third quarter ... Named to the Capital One Academic AllDistrict Team ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 14 games, and went 8-for-14 on field goal attempts, and 63-for-67 on PATs ... Set school record for most PATs made and attempted in

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a season (63-for-67) ... Tied the school bowl record with five made PATs vs. No. 16 Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl ... Was successful on a 20-yard field goal attempt at Auburn ... Made a 29-yard field goal attempt vs. No. 3 Florida ... Booted a 50-yard field goal that tied the game at the end of the first half vs. Tennessee ... Made two field goals, including a 52-yarder, at Missouri, and was named College Football Performance Awards Honorable Mention Placekicker of the Week ... Made first field goal, a 35-yarder vs. Buffalo to go along with six PATs ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll for 2012-13 ... Recipient of the Aldredge-Kimberly Football Scholarship. High School: American Heritage, coached by Jeff Dellenbach ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #7 kicker nationally ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #7 kicker nationally ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #5 kicker, #104 overall prospect in Florida ... 24/7sports.com three-star prospect, #6 kicker nationally, #154 overall prospect in Florida ... Participated in inaugural Semper Fi Bowl where he hit game-winning 46-yard field goal for the West Team ... Four-time All-State selection, including freshman year as a punter ... Four-time Sun Sentinel All-County First Team selection ... No. 31 on the 2012 Florida Top 100 by Orlando Sentinel ... Miami Herald’s No. 25 top recruit from Broward County ... No. 10 ranked prospect in Broward County by Sun Sentinel .. Holds record for longest field goal at Archbishop McCarthy of 53 yards among other multiple records ... Tallied 10-of-12 field goals senior year ... Kicked field goals of 44, 45 and school-record 59 yards to lead American Heritage to District 15-5A title ... 59-yard field goal ties record for longest field goal in the county and was longest in Florida for 2011 ... Voted MVP junior and senior year. Personal: MARSHALL TAYLOR MORGAN ... Born Nov. 28, 1993 ... Major: Pre-Business. Year 2012 2013 Total Year 2012 2013 Total Year 2012 2013 Total

Place Kicking PAT FG LG TP 63/67 8/14 52 MIZ 87 47/47 22/24 56 UT 113 110/114 30/38 56 UT 200 Field Goal Breakdown 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 0-0 3-3 2-3 1-4 2-4 0-0 8-8 7-8 5-5 2-3 0-0 11-11 9-11 6-9 4-7 Kickoffs KO Yards Avg. 38 2,403 63.2 72 4,333 60.2 110 6,736 61.2

TB OB 14 0 17 0 31 0

50 Johnny O’Neal ILB, So., 6-2, 225 Dublin, Ga. / West Laurens Career Highs: 1 tackle (4x), last vs. Nebraska in 2013 2013: Appeared in eight games and tallied a tackle in four games ... Recipient of the Porter Otis Payne Football Scholarship. High School: West Laurens, coached by Stacy Nables ... PrepStar Dream Team 150 ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State team ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAA All-State team ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, 11 MLB and #249 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #2 MLB and #20 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals. com four-star player, #16 ILB in the country, #12 player in Georgia ... ESPN. com four-star player, #5 ILB nationally, #17 overall prospect in Georgia, #72 overall prospect regionally ... 247Sports.com three-star player, #34 ILB in the country, #58 player in Georgia ... Averaged 12.4 tackles a game and recorded three sacks during his senior season. Personal: JOHNNY WILLIE O’NEAL III ... Born March 20, 1995 ... Major: Unspecified. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 8/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 8/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0


2014 Bulldogs 7 Jacob Park

38 Ryne Rankin

QB, Fr., 6-4, 210 Goose Creek, S.C. / Stratford

ILB, So., 6-1, 222 Orlando, Fla. / East River HS

2014: Enrolled at UGA in January. High School: Stratford, coached by Ray Stackley ... Named 2013 South Carolina Mr. Football ... Named to ESPN Elite 11 ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect,Top 300 All-American, #13 ranked QB and #191 ranked overall player in the country ... Rivals. com four-star prospect, #78 player nationally, #4 QB nationally, #2 player in the state ... Scout.com fourstar prospect, #154 player nationally, #8 QB nationally, #4 player in the state ... 247Sports.com four-star prospect, #78 player nationally, #4 QB nationally, #2 player in the state ... Played in the U.S. Army All-American Game ... During his senior season, threw for 3,665 yards and 33 touchdowns, including four in Stratford’s Class AAAA Division II state championship. Personal: JACOB PARK ... Born Oct. 12, 1995 ... Major: Pre-Business.

73 Greg Pyke OG, RSo., 6-6, 326 Baltimore, Md. / The Boys’ Latin School 2014: Named Most Improved Offensive Player at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Appeared in two games ... Recipient of the Robert P. “Yank” Ludwig Football Scholarship. 2012: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Robert P. “Yank” Ludwig Football Scholarship. High School: The Boys’ Latin School, coached by Ritchie Schell ... SuperPrep All-Mid-Atlantic Team ... 2011 Chesapeake Bowl South Roster ... 2011 Consensus All-State Football Team ... 2011 All-MIAA Football Team (B Conference) ... 2011 Maryland Crab Bowl All Star Game ... 2011 All-Metro First Team Offense ... Scout. com three-star prospect, #41 offensive line position player nationally ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #25 offensive guard nationally, #12 overall in Maryland ... ESPN.com three-star recruit, #90 offensive line, #16 overall in Maryland ... Maxpreps.com #79 overall in Maryland ... 247sports.com fourstar recruit, #23 offensive tackle nationally, #8 overall prospect in Maryland ... Has experience at the guard and tackle positions ... Highly touted recruit in the sport of lacrosse. Personal: GREGORY BREEDAN PYKE ... Born June 4, 1993 ... Major: Unspecified.

12 Brice Ramsey QB, RFr., 6-3, 205 Kingsland, Ga. / Camden County HS 2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Went 1-for-3 for 22 yards passing in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship. High School: Camden County, coached by Jeff Herron ... PrepStar All-America ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAAA All-State Team Honorable Mention ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAAAAA All-State Team Honorable Mention ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star player, #7 QB in the country, #82 overall prospect in the country ... Dawg Post #1 QB and #5 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com four-star player #14 QB in the country, #18 player in Georgia ... ESPN four-star player, #115 on the ESPN150, #7 QB in the country, #53 player in the region, #11 player in Georgia ... 247sports.com four-star player, #3 QB in the country, #5 player in Georgia, #37 in 247Sports Top247 ... Participated in the Under Armour All-American Game ... During his senior season, passed for 1,396 yards and 19 touchdowns while only throwing three interceptions ... Also punted and kicked in high school. Personal: BRICE ALEXANDER RAMSEY ... Born April 11, 1995 ... Major: Pre-Business.

Career Highs: 1 tackle (3x), last vs. Kentucky in 2013 2013: Appeared in seven games and tallied five tackles ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Recipient of the Hugar and Elizabeth Wilkes Football Scholarship. High School: East River, coached by Marc Rankin ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Ranked #10 overall player in the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Super60 and #56 in Florida Top 100 ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #38 MLB in country ... Rivals.com three-star player #24 ILB in country, #57 player in Florida ... ESPN four-star player, #296 on ESPN300, #13 ILB in country, #140 player in region, #53 player in the state ... 247sports. com four-star, #16 ILB in country, #40 player in Florida ... Had 189 tackles in 2012 ... Also punted and kicked. Personal: RYNE JOHN RANKIN ... Born Oct. 1, 1993 ... Major: Agribusiness. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 7/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 7/0 3 2 5 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

20 Lucas Redd FS, Sr., 6-1, 207 Jefferson, Ga. / Jefferson Career Highs: 1 tackle vs. Vanderbilt in 2013 2013: Appeared in 12 games, and tallied first career tackle vs. Vanderbilt ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Recipient of one of the Outstanding Scout Team Awards. 2011: Member of the scout team. 2010: Earned one of team’s Outstanding Special

Teams Awards. High School: Jefferson, coached by T. McFerrin ... Named First Team All-State and All-Region by the Associated Press as a senior ... Also played baseball and wrestled in high school ... Helped lead the Jefferson wrestling team to three GHSA state championships ... Two-time individual state champion in wrestling (171 weight division as a sophomore and 189 as a senior) ... First Team All-Region in baseball ... Member of the Beta Club and recipient of the Tucker Pimpo Memorial Scholarship and the Hunter Douglas Scholarship ... Part of Scotland Exchange Program at Jefferson. Personal: LUCAS JEREMY REDD ... Born Sept. 5, 1991 ... Major: Health & Physical Education. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2013 12/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 12/0 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0

87 Jay Rome TE, Jr., 6-6, 254 Valdosta, Ga. / Valdosta HS Career Highs: 3 receptions vs. App. State in 2013 *Long reception of 27 yards vs. North Texas in 2013 *1 TD reception (2x), last vs. No. 2 Alabama in 2012 *Long TD reception of 24 yards vs. Georgia Tech in 2012. *29 receiving yards vs. Georgia Southern in 2012 2013: Appeared in eight games ... Missed the final four games of the season with an injury ... Finished the season with nine catches for 99 yards ... Caught a career-high three passes for 24 yards vs. App. State ... Tied his then-career-high with two catches for 24 yards vs. Florida ... Caught a career-long pass of 27 yards vs. North Texas ... Recipient of the Joseph S. Espy Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making one start, and had 11 catches for 152 yards and two touchdowns ... Had a 19-yard touchdown reception vs. No. 2 Alabama ... Caught first career touchdown pass in first career start vs. Georgia Tech ... Grabbed two catches for 29 yards vs. Georgia Southern ... Caught

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2014 Bulldogs a carer-high two passes for 17 yards at Auburn ... Grabbed a 21-yard reception vs. Tennessee ... Hauled in first career catch for 15 yards at Missouri ... Caught two passes for 73 yards in the G-Day game ... Recipient of the Joseph F. Espy Football Scholarship. 2011: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Joseph F. Espy Football Scholarship. High School: Valdosta, coached by Rance Gillespie ... Under Armour AllAmerican, voted captain of the Black squad ... Sporting News Top 100 ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams ... PrepStar Dream Team 150 ... Played in the Georgia State High School All-Star Game ... 2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11, #3 in Top 50, Class AAAA All-State ... 2010 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State team ... #26 in MaxPreps.com top 100, #1 TE ... ESPN.com Four-Star player, #18 overall prospect, #1 TE in the country ... Rivals.com Four-Star player #56 overall and #4 TE in the country, #4 overall in Georgia ... Scout.com Four-Star player, #68 overall prospect, #4 TE overall in the country, #4 player in Georgia ... During his senior season he caught 45 passes, 555 yards, and 7 TDs ... Also started on Valdosta’s basketball team. Personal: JAY ROME ... Born Dec. 12, 1992 ... History. Receiving LG Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD 2012 14/1 11 152 13.8 10.9 2 24 GT 2013 8/1 9 99 11.0 12.4 0 27 CLEM Total 22/2 20 251 12.6 11.4 2 27 CLEM

18 Jonathon Rumph WR, Sr., 6-5, 208 Cayce, S.C. / Holmes (Miss.) CC Career Highs: 4 receptions vs. App. State in 2013 *98 receiving yards vs. App. State in 2013 *Long reception of 37 yards vs. App. State in 2013 2013: Appeared in four games ... Had seven catches for 121 yards ... Caught four passes for 98 yards vs. App. State ... Saw first action in a Georgia uniform vs. Florida ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Caught four passes for 98 yards, including two touchdowns, in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Mobley Family Football Scholarship. Junior College: Holmes CC, coached by Jeff Koonz ... Named First-Team All-State and First-Team All-Region XXIII ... ESPN No. 7 JUCO prospect ... Rivals.com four-star prospect ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, #2 JUCO WR and #3 overall JUCO prospect in the country ... 247Sports.com three-star prospect, ranked #57 among JUCO prospects nationally, #10 wide receiver and #14 player in Mississippi ... Finished his sophomore season with 45 catches for 569 yards and three touchdowns. Had 42 catches for 778 yards and four touchdowns during his freshman campaign. High School: Brookland-Cayce, coached by Abby Bray ... In addition to football, averaged over 18 points and six rebounds a game on the basketball court as a high school senior. Personal: JONATHON RUMPH ... Born Oct. 24, 1991 ... Human Development & Family Science. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD LG 2013 5/0 7 121 17.3 24.2 0 37 ASU Total 5/0 7 121 17.3 24.2 0 37 ASU

86 Justin Scott-Wesley SE, Jr., 5-11, 206 Camilla, Ga. / Mitchell County HS Career Highs: 4 receptions (2x), last vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 *Long reception of 85 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *1 TD reception (3x), last vs. No. 6 LSU in 2013 *Long TD reception of 85 yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in 2013 *116 receiving yards vs. No. 6 South Carolina in

2013 Career: 1-100 yard receiving game. 2013: Appeared in five games, making four starts ... Sustained a season-ending

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injury (torn ACL) in the third quarter at Tennessee ... Finished the season with 16 receptions for 311 yards and two touchdowns ... Named one of the team captains for the South Carolina game ... Had four catches for 55 yards, including the game-winning 25-yard TD catch with 1:47 left vs. No. 6 LSU ... Posted his first 100-yard receiving game vs No. 6 South Carolina after having three catches for 116 yards, including a career-long 85-yard TD catch that clinched the win ... Had a then-career-high four catches for 55 yards at No. 8 Clemson ... Had two catches for 53 yards, including a touchdown, in the G-Day Game ... Named offensive recipient of the Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Loy D. Thompson, IV Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in nine games, and had six receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown ... Had three catches for 67 yards vs. No. 16 Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl ... Caught a then-career-high two passes for 25 yards, including his first career TD catch, vs. Georgia Southern ... Caught first career pass for 43 yards vs. Florida Atlantic ... Hauled in three passes for 46 yards in the G-Day game ... Recipient of the Loy D. Thompson, IV Football Scholarship. 2011: Redshirted...Recipient of the Loy D. Thompson, IV Football Scholarship. High School: Mitchell County, coached by Dondrial Pinkins ... Under Armour All-American ... PrepStar All-America ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... Rivals. com Four-Star Player, #32 WR, #13 overall in Georgia ... ESPN.com Four-Star Player, #24 WR, Scout grade of 80 out of 100 ... Scout.com Three-Star Player, #51 WR ... Maxpreps.com #27 Wide Receiver ... Class AA 2009 and 2010 State Champion in 200 meter dash ... Class AA 2010 State Champion in 100 meter dash. Personal: JUSTIN SCOTT-WESLEY ... Born June 25, 1993 ... Major: History. Year 2012 2013 Total

Receiving G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD LG 9/0 6 135 22.5 15.0 1 43 FAU 5/4 16 311 19.4 62.2 2 85 SC 14/4 22 446 20.3 31.9 3 85 SC

5 Damian Swann CB, Sr., 5-11, 78 Atlanta, Ga. / Grady HS Career Highs: 8 tackles (3x), last vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2012. *Two interceptions vs. No. 16 Nebraska in 2012 *One sack (2x), most recently vs. Ole Miss in 2012 *Long punt return of 30 yards vs. Buffalo in 2012 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making 13 starts ... Tallied 57 tackles and eight pass break-ups ... Named one of the team captains for the game against LSU ... Had eight tackles vs. No. 7 Auburn ... Made five tackles, all solo, vs. Florida ... Led the team with 10 tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Tied a then career-high with eight tackles vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Made five tackles vs. Tennessee ... Tallied four tackles vs. No. 6 South Carolina ... Named to preseason watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Jim Thorpe Award ... Named to Lindy’s Preseason All-SEC First Team, Preseason Media Days All-SEC Second Team, Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Second Team and Athlon Preseason All-SEC Third Team ... Recipient of the Virginia & Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making 14 starts, and led the team with four interceptions ... Recipient of team’s Most Improved Player award ... Had a careerhigh two interceptions (tying a school bowl record) to go along with six tackles vs. No. 16 Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl ... Recorded seven tackles vs. No. 2 Alabama in SEC Championship ... Made three tackles, including a sack, in addition to recovering two fumbles vs. Ole Miss. Was named CFPA Hon. Mention Defensive Back of the Week for his performance ... Had a sack and an interception vs. No. 3 Florida ... Recorded seven tackles and forced a fumble at Kentucky ... Had six tackles and an interception vs. Tennessee ... Had four tackles vs. Florida Atlantic ... Had six tackles (three solo) at Missouri ... Had a career-high 8 tackles and a 30-yard punt return vs. Buffalo ... Named Most Improved Player on defense at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Virginia & Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in 11 games making one start recording five tackles ... Had three tackles, including one for a loss, vs. New Mexico State ... Recipient of the Virginia & Kenneth McCall Football Scholarship. High School: Grady, coached by Ronnie Millen ... Army All American ... Sporting News Top 100 ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams ... PrepStar Dream Team 150 ... ESPN.com #9 Athlete, #76 overall prospect ... Rivals.com Four Star Player, #3 Safety, #47 overall prospect, #5 overall prospect in Georgia ... Scout.com Four Star Player, #9 Safety ... Atlanta JournalConstitution Super 11 Team, #12 overall prospect in Georgia, Class AAA All


2014 Bulldogs State Defensive Team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All State Defensive Team ... Started all four years in high school on defense, offense, and special teams ... As a junior recorded 800 receiving yards with 11 touchdowns, 30 tackles and 4 interceptions with one defensive touchdown. Personal: DAMIAN SWANN ... Born Dec. 4, 1992 ... Major: Housing.

Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2011 11/1 3 2 5 0.0/0 1.0/3 0 0 0 0 0 2012 14/14 34 19 53 2.0/12 3.5/15 2 2 5 4 5 2013 13/13 43 14 57 0.0/0 1.0/2 0 0 8 0 0 Total 37/27 80 35 115 2.0/12 5.5/20 2 2 13 4 5 Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2012 5 37 7.4 0 30 UB 2013 9 28 3.1 0 12 NT Total 14 65 4.6 0 30 UB

94 Jon Taylor DE, RSo., 6-4, 336 Millen, Ga. / Jenkins County HS Career Highs: 5 tackles vs. App. State in 2013 *One sack vs. App. State in 2013 2013: Appeared in 10 games and recorded nine tackles ... Tallied a career-high five tackles, including one sack, vs. App. State ...Had seven tackles, including two sacks, in the G-Day Game ... Recipient of the Joseph F. Espy Football Scholarship. 2012: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Hugar and Elizabeth Wilkes Football Scholarship. High School: Jenkins County, coached by Chuck Conley ... SuperPrep AllAmerica and All-Dixie Teams ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #7 DT nationally, #3 player in Georgia and #72 overall prospect nationally ... Scout. com four-star prospect, #9 DT and #76 overall prospect nationally, #4 player in the state ... ESPNU four-start prospect, #6 DT nationally, #4 prospect in Georgia, #27 prospect in Southeast Region and #53 overall prospect ... 24/7sports.com four-star prospect, #63 ranked player nationally, #8 DT nationally, #4 prospect in Georgia and #62 overall prospect nationally ... ESPNU 150 ... PrepStar four-star prospect, #6 DT prospect and Dream Team 150 (#50 ... MaxPrep four-and-a-half star prospect, #7 DT prospect and #64 overall prospect ... Athlonsports.com consensus #36 overall prospect in the nation ... The Sporting News #21 overall prospect nationally ... Played in Under Armour All-American Game ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2011 Georgia’s Super 11 and Class A All-State honorable mention ... 2011 Super Southeast 120 (#7) by the Mobile (Ala.) Register ... MaxPreps.com Lemming Top 100 player and Top 25 DT. Personal: JONATHAN MAURICE TAYLOR ... Born Nov. 19, 1993 ... Major: Sociology. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 6 9 1.0/9 1.5/9 0 0 1 0 2 2013 10/0 3 Total 10/0 3 6 9 1.0/9 1.5/9 0 0 1 0 2

1 Tramel Terry S, RFr., 6-0, 184 Goose Creek, S.C. / Goose Creek HS 2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Recipient of the Joseph S. Espy Football Scholarship. High School: Goose Creek, coached by Chuck Reedy ... PrepStar All-America Team ... 2012 Mr. FootballSouth Carolina ... 2012 USA Today All-USA second team ... 2012 HSSR SCHSL Statewide All-State Football Team ... 2012 Shrine Bowl selection ... Scout. com four-star recruit, #18 WR nationally ... Rivals. com four-star recruit, #20 WR nationally, #3 overall prospect in South Carolina ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #9 overall wide receiver, #2 overall prospect in

South Carolina ... ESPNU 150 ... 247sports.com four-star recruit, #8 WR nationally, #101 overall prospect nationally, #1 overall prospect in South Carolina ... Maxpreps.com five-star recruit ... As a junior, caught 44 passes for 833 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 847 yards on 117 carries and 10 touchdowns ... As a senior caught 48 passes for 792 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 841 yards on 113 carries for 19 touchdowns ... Helped lead Goose Creek HS to a 13-0 record in 2012. Personal: TRAMEL TERRY ... Born May 17, 1994 ... Major: Unspecified.

71 John Theus OT, Jr., 6-6, 298 Jacksonville, Fla. / The Bolles School 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making eight starts ... Part of an offense that ranked No. 2 in passing in the SEC and generated at least 23 points in 12 games and 400 yards in 12 games ... Named to Phil Steele’s Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team ... Recipient of the John Tillman Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games making 14 starts - all at right tackle ... Named to Sporting News All-America Freshman Team and Phil Steele All-America Freshman Team ... Became just the third true freshman to start at offensive tackle in a season opener for UGA since freshmen became eligible in 1973 ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll ... Recipient of the John Tillman Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. High School: The Bolles School, coached by Corky Rogers ... 2011 USA Today All-America first-team offense ... Parade Magazine All-America team ... 2011 Army All-America Team ... 2011 MaxPreps Top 100 ... 2011 PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... ESPNU 150 ... Scout.com five-star prospect, #2 offensive lineman and #7 overall prospect nationally, #1 player in the state ... Rivals.com five-star prospect, #5 OT nationally, #3 overall prospect in Florida, #23 overall prospect nationally ... ESPNU four-star prospect, #5 OT and #28 overall prospect nationally, #7 ranked player in Florida ... 247Sports.com four-star prospect, #35 ranked overall player nationally, #3 ranked OT nationally, #5 ranked overall player in the state of Florida ... 2011 Florida Times-Union Super 11 and Class AAAA All-State first team ... Helped lead Bolles to FHSAA state titles in 2009 and 2011, as well as an undefeated regular season and district title in 2010 ... Competed in shot put and discus on track and field team. Personal: JOHN BAILEY THEUS ... Brother of Bulldog junior snapper Nathan Theus ... Born Jan. 19, 1994 ... Major: Human Development & Family Science.

49 Nathan Theus SN, Jr., 6-3, 241 Jacksonville, Fla. / The Bolles School 2013: Appeared in all 13 games ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the William C. Hartman, Jr. Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 12 games and recorded one tackle ... Recipient of the Durward and Betsy Pennington Family Scholarship. 2011: Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester ... Redshirted ... Recipient of the Durward & Betsy Pennington Family Scholarship. High School: The Bolles School, coached by Corky Rogers ... Ranked No. 1 long snapper for 2010 by ProKicker.com ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Scout.com two-star ... Rivals.com two-star ... Florida Times-Union All-First Coast First Team ... Florida Times-Union Super 24 ... Helped lead Bolles to undefeated regular season and 2010 district title, a district title and FHSSA Class AA state title in 2009 and an undefeated season and FHSSA Class AA state crown in 2008. Personal: NATHAN THEUS ... Born July 2, 1992 ... Major: Human Development & Family Science ... Brother of Bulldog junior John Theus.

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2014 Bulldogs 96 Mike Thornton

9 Kenneth Towns

N, Sr., 6-1, 290 Stone Mountain, Ga. / Stephenson HS

SE, RSo., 6-3, 201 Albany, Ga. / Westover HS

Career Highs: 3 tackles at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 *1 sack at No. 8 Clemson in 2013 2013: Appeared in 11 games and had five tackles ... Recorded career-high three tackles, including a sack, at No. 8 Clemson ... Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. John F. McMullan Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in 14 games ... Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. John F. McMullan Football Scholarship. 2011: Appeared in seven games recording two tackles ... Recipient of the Mr. & Mrs. John F. McMullan Football Scholarship. 2010: Redshirted as a member of the scout team ... Recipient of the John A. Addison Family Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for summer semester. High School: Stephenson, coached by Ronald Gartrell ... 2009 PrepStar AllAmerican ... SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams ... 2009 Atlanta Journal Constitution Top 50, Class AAAAA All-State First Team ... 2009 Defensive MVP of UGA Nike Camp ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #15 DT nationally, #145 overall nationally, #10 overall in Georgia ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #16 DT nationally, #175 overall nationally, #58 overall in the South ... Dawg Post #13 overall in Georgia ... ESPNU.com #18 DT nationally ... Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast 120 ... As a senior tallied 78 total tackles including 13 for loss and 6 sacks, named Touchdown Club of Atlanta Lineman of the Week for Week 3, led Stephenson Jaguars to a 11-1 record ... As a junior recorded 95 total tackles including 15 for loss and 2.5 sacks. Personal: MICHAEL ANTHONY THORNTON ... Born Jan. 1, 1992 ... Major: Communication Studies. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 7/0 1 1 2 0.5/1 2012 14/0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 1 2013 10/0 2 3 5 0.0/0 1.0/1.0 0 0 0 0 0 31/0 3 4 7 0.5/1 1.0/1.0 0 0 0 0 1 Total

8 Blake Tibbs FLK, RSo., 6-2, 179 Lithonia, Ga. / Martin Luther King, Jr. HS Career Highs: 1 reception (2x), last vs. App. St. in 2013 *11 receiving yards vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 *Long reception of 11 yards vs. No. 25 Missouri in 2013 2013: Played in two games ... Had first career catch for 11 yards vs. No. 25 Missouri ... Recipient of Dan M. Post Football Scholarship. 2012: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Dan M. Post Football Scholarship. High School: Martin Luther King, Jr., coached by Michael Carson ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... Class AAAAA All-State Offensive Team ... 2011 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAA First Team Offense ... Scout.com three-star recruit, #52 wide receiver nationally, #25 player in the state ... Rivals.com three-star recruit, #65 wide receiver, #21 overall in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star recruit, #75 wide receiver, #60 overall in Georgia ... Maxpreps.com #47 wide receiver, #13 overall in Georgia ... 247sports.com three-star recruit, #57 wide receiver nationally, #29 overall prospect in Georgia ... As a junior he caught 60 passes for 1,054 yards and 8 touchdowns ... As a senior he caught 63 passes for 1,065 yards and 15 touchdowns ... Returned kicks and punts for his team ... Led Martin Luther King, Jr. to a 12-1 record in 2011. Personal: BLAKE JAMAL TIBBS ... Born Oct. 21, 1993 ... Major: PreJournalism. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD LG 2013 2/0 2 18 9.0 9.0 0 11 MIZ Total 2/0 2 18 9.0 9.0 0 11 MIZ

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Career Highs: 1 reception (2x), last vs. Kentucky in 2013 *16 receiving yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 *Long reception of 16 yards vs. Kentucky in 2013 *1 TD reception vs. App. State in 2013 *Long TD reception of 3 yards vs. App. State in 2013 2014: Named Outstanding Offensive Walk-on at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Appeared in eight games ... Had a 16-yard reception vs. Kentucky ... Snagged first career reception, a three-yard TD catch vs. App. State. 2012: Member of the scout team. High School: Westover, coached by Octavia Jones ... Earned Second Team All-Region honors as a sophomore and junior ... Was his school’s All Sports 3.0 Scholar all four years ... Also played basketball and baseball at Westover and ran track ... Advanced to the GHSA Final Four in basketball as a sophomore ... Won a team region championship in track as a senior ... Finished 47th in his class with a 3.8 GPA and was a member of the National Honors Society. Personal: KENNETH ANDERSON TOWNS ... Born Oct. 1, 1993 ... Major: Pre-Business. Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm TD LG 2013 7/0 2 19 9.5 2.7 1 16 UK Total 7/0 2 19 9.5 2.7 1 16 UK

35 A.J. Turman TB, RFr., 6-0, 198 Orlando, Fla. / Boone HS 2014: Rushed for 32 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for 20 yards and a score in the G-Day Game. 2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the Col Robert L. Jackson Family Scholarship. High School: Boone, coached by Phil Ziglar … PrepStar All-America team ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect, #41 overall prospect in Florida, #37 RB in the country ... Rivals.com four-star player, #260 Player on the ESPN300, #22 RB in the country, #37 player in Florida ... ESPN four-star player, #22 RB in the country, #125 player in the region, #47 player in the state ... 247sports.com four-star player, #13 RB in the country, #26 player in Florida, #185 in 247Sports Top247 ... Ranked 7th best “Big Back” by MaxPreps ... Rushed for 1,245 yards and 15 touchdowns during his senior year. Personal: AARON JAMES TURMAN … Born April 4, 1995 ... Major: Fisheries & Wildlife.

30 Kosta Vavlas ILB, Sr., 6-0, 214 Tarpon Springs, Fla. / Tarpon Springs HS Career Highs: 4 tackles (2x), last vs. Vanderbilt in 2012 2013: Appeared in 13 games and tallied 11 tackles ... Named one of the team captains for the games against LSU and Georgia Tech ... Had 12 tackles to lead the Red team in the G-Day Game ... Serves as a football team representative on the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2012: Appeared in 14 games, and had nine tackles as a special teams standout ...


2014 Bulldogs Named one of the team captains for the games against Missouri and Ole Miss ... Recipient of Coaches’ Leadership Award ... Tied his career-high with four tackles vs. Vanderbilt ... Awarded a scholarship in early August ... Inducted into UGA’s Student-Athlete Leadership Academy known as L.E.A.D. (Leadership Education and Development) ... Recipient of the Gordon and Sharon Teel Football Scholarship ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for fall semester. 2011: Named one of team’s Most Valuable Special Teams Players ... Appeared in 14 games recording 19 tackles and a forced fumble ... Named one of the captains for the game against Vanderbilt ... In SEC Championship vs. No. 1 LSU notching two tackles ... Registered a career-best four tackles at Tennessee ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for fall semester. 2010: Redshirted as a member of the scout team. High School: Named 4-A Pinellas County Player of the Year, First Team AllCounty and First Team All-Suncoast ... 4-A Second Team All-State as a senior ... Registered 133 tackles as a junior and a school record 194 as a senior ... Also had seven sacks, four forced fumbles and one interception as a senior ... Claimed the 4-A district championship and helped his team advance to the regional finals for the first time since 1986 ... Also played soccer and tennis as Tarpon Springs won a district championship in tennis ... Member of National Honor Society and Greek National Honor Society and maintained above a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. Personal: DIMITRIOS KOSTA VAVLAS ... Born July 23, 1992 ... Brother, Bobby Vavlas, played WR at Elmhurst College (Illinois) ... Major: Biological Science. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 0.0/0 1 0 0 0 0 2011 14/0 10 9 19 0.0/0 2012 14/0 6 3 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 1 0 0 0 0 2013 13/0 7 4 11 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 41/0 23 16 39 0.0/0 0.0/0 2 0 0 0 0

63 Xzavier Ward OT, Jr., 6-7, 278 Moultrie, Ga. / Colquitt County HS 2014: Recipient of the True Grit Award at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Member of the scout team ... Named offensive recipient of the True Grit Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Susan & Mark Tomlinson Family Football Scholarship. 2012: Appeared in six games ... Recipient of the Susan and Mark Tomlinson Football Scholarship. 2011: Redshirted ... Recipient of Susan and Mark Tomlinson Football Scholarship. High School: Colquitt County, coached by Rush Propst ... SuperPrep All-Dixie Team ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team ... Scout.com Three-star player, #40 OT in the Country ... Rivals.com Three-star player, #42 OT in the Country, #31 Player in Georgia ... ESPN Four-star player, #17 ranked OT in the Country ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Top 50 in Georgia, No. 1 offensive lineman in Georgia, Class AAAAA All-State Team ... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State team ... Helped team to state championship game. Personal: XZAVIER WARD ... Born April 10, 1993 ... Major: Communication Studies.

9 Reggie Wilkerson S, RFr., 5-11, 171 Citra, Fla. / North Marion HS 2013: Redshirted ... Enrolled at UGA in January ... Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for spring semester ... Recipient of J.E. and W.S. Hickey Football Scholarship. High School: North Marion, coached by Craig Damon ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Orlando Sentinel Super60 ... Participated in the Florida HS Football Nike 7on7 ... Fox Sports NEXT four-star prospect,

#34 prospect in Florida, #27 CB in the country ... Rivals.com four-star, #26 CB nationally, #42 overall prospect in Florida ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #15 CB nationally, #34 overall prospect in Florida ... 247sports.com four-star recruit, #25 CB nationally, #50 overall prospect in Florida ... Had 28 tackles, one interception, and two fumble recoveries as a senior. Personal: REGINALD D. WILKERSON ... Born June 22, 1994 ... Major: Unspecified.

51 Ramik Wilson ILB, Sr., 6-2, 232 Tampa, Fla. / Jefferson HS Career Highs: 18 tackles at No. 7 Auburn in 2013 2014: Named Defensive MVP at the conclusion of spring practice. 2013: Appeared in 13 games, making 12 starts ... Led the SEC and the Georgia defense in total tackles with 133, just third Bulldog to do that, joining Rennie Curran (130 in 2009) and Whit Marshall (128 in 1995) ... Voted to Associated Press All-SEC First Team and the All-SEC Coaches’ First Team ... Named to the Sporting News All-SEC Team and Athlon Sports All-SEC First Team ... Named to Phil Steele’s All-SEC First Team and All-America Third Team ... Led the team with nine tackles, including one sack, vs. Kentucky ... Had a team-high 18 tackles, including one sack, at No. 7 Auburn ... Had a team-high 12 tackles vs. App. State ... Led the team with 11 tackles vs. Florida ... Led the team with 15 tackles, including one sack vs. Tennessee ... Led the team with nine tackles, including two for losses, vs. North Texas ... Tallied a career-high 13 tackles at No. 8 Clemson ... Named defensive recipient of the Coffee County Hustle Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of UGA Athletic Achievement Award for exhibiting intense focus and/or displaying a marked improvement in the classroom over the course of the past academic year ... Recipient of the Walter C. Troutman Football Scholarship Endowment. 2012: Appeared in 10 games, and had six tackles and a forced fumble ... Forced a fumble and had a tackle for loss vs. No. 2 Alabama in the SEC Championship ... Named Most Improved Player on defense at the conclusion of spring practice ... Recipient of the Walter C. Troutman Football Scholarship Endowment. 2011: Appeared in eight games and had four tackles ... Recipient of the Walter C. Troutman Football Scholarship Endowment. High School: Jefferson, coached by Mike Fenton ... SuperPrep All-Dixie team ... Scout.com three-star recruit, #27 rated outside linebacker in the country ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #229 player in the country, #58 player in Florida, #12 linebacker ... ESPN.com four-star recruit, #11 linebacker ... Three-way starter at Jefferson as an inside linebacker on defense, a tight end on offense and served as the team’s punter ... As a senior, recorded 90 tackles, 18 sacks, and six forced fumbles ... Also caught 19 passes for 258 yards and five touchdowns ... As a junior, recorded 92 tackles to go with nine sacks and two interceptions ... Also recorded 20 catches for 310 yards as a tight end. Personal: RAMIK WILSON ... Born Aug. 19, 1992 ... Major: Communication Studies. Defensive Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total Sacks TFL FF FR PBU Int. QBP 2011 8/0 2 2 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 10/0 4 2 6 0.0/0 1.0/4 1 0 0 0 0 2013 13/12 76 57 133 4.0/22 11.0/38 0 0 3 0 7 Total 31/12 82 61 143 4.0/22 11.0/38 1 0 3 0 7

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2014 signees Name Hunter Atkinson Kendall Baker Detric Bing-Dukes Jeb Blazevich Keyon Brown Lorenzo Carter Nick Chubb Jake Edwards Shattle Fenteng Lamont Gaillard Rico Johnson Shaquille Jones Isaiah McKenzie Sony Michel Jacob Park Malkom Parrish Dominick Sanders Dyshon Sims Shakenneth Williams Isaiah Wynn

Pos. TE OL LB TE WDE DE RB OL DB DT WR DB ATH RB QB DB DB OL WR OL

Hgt. 6-5 6-6 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-8 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-2

Wt. 250 275 232 230 240 230 215 271 200 328 172 175 175 205 210 185 190 278 195 269

HUNTER ATKINSON TE, 6-5, 250 Oakwood, Ga., West Hall HS High School: West Hall, coached by Tony Lotti ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class AAA All-State Honorable Mention ... Named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAA All-State First-Team Offense ... Named the Region 7AAA Offensive Player of the Year ... Rivals.com three-star prospect ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #47 TE nationally ... 247Sports. com three-star prospect, #15 TE nationally, #39 player in the state ... Played in the GACA North-South game ... Caught 51 passes for 704 yards and 11 touchdowns during his senior season. Personal: HUNTER ATKINSON ... Born Sept. 9, 1995. KENDALL BAKER OL, 6-6, 275 Atlanta, Ga., Marist HS High School: Marist, coached by Alan Chadwick ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2013 Super 11 and Class AAAA All-State Team ... Named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State First Team Offense ... PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and All-Southeast Region ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #177 player nationally, #10 DL nationally, #15 player in the state ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #26 DL nationally, #24 player in the state ... 247Sports.com three-star prospect, #37 DL nationally, #44 player in the state ... ESPN.com three-star player, #50 player nationally, #47 player in the state ... DawgPost #24 overall player in Georgia ... During his senior season, tallied 55 tackles in route to leading Marist to 11-3 season. Personal: KENDALL BAKER ... Born Sept. 3, 1995. DETRIC BING-DUKES LB, 6-0, 232 Atlanta, Ga., Tucker HS High School: Tucker, coached by Bryan Lamar ... PrepStar Magazine threestar prospect and All-Southeast Region ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #102 ranked OLB nationally, #102 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #19 ranked ILB nationally, #25 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #14 ranked MLB nationally, #30 overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #145 overall player in the Southeast region ... 247sports.com three-star prospect, #21 ranked ILB nationally, #42 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... DawgPost #30 overall player in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2013 Class AAAAA First Team All-State Defense ... Georgia Sports Writers Association 2013 Class AAAAA First Team All-State Defense ... Helped lead Tucker to a 14-1 record in 2013, finishing the regular season undefeated as Class AAAAA Region 6 Champs, ended the season as state runner-up, falling to State Champion Creekside 52-28 in the state Finals ... Played a large role in Tuckerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2012

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Hometown Oakwood, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N.C. Wauchula, Fla. Norcross, Ga. Cedartown, Ga. Franklin, Ga. Loganville, Ga. Fayetteville, N.C. Adrian, Ga. Palm Bay, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Plantation, Fla. Goose Creek, S.C. Quitman, Ga. Tucker, Ga. Valdosta, Ga. Macon, Ga. St. Petersburg, Fla.

High School/JUCO West Hall Marist Tucker Charlotte Christian Hardee County Norcross Cedartown Heard County Grayson/Hutchinson (Kan) CC Pine Forest Swainsboro Merritt Island American Heritage American Heritage Stratford Brooks County Tucker Lowndes Rutland Lakewood

season recording 80 total tackles and five sacks, helping the Tigers to advance to the quarterfinals of the state playoffs before falling to Northside Warner Robins 23-20. Personal: DETRIC BING-DUKES ... Born: March 26, 1996. JEB BLAZEVICH TE, 6-5, 230 Charlotte, N.C., Charlotte Christian HS High School: Charlotte Christian, coached by Jason Este ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 300 All-American, #7 ranked TE and #151 overall player in the country ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #2 TE nationally, #7 ranked player in North Carolina ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #6 TE nationally, #6 ranked player in North Carolina, #181 overall prospect nationally ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #11 TE nationally, #15 ranked player in North Carolina ... Scout.com four-star prospect and #4 TE in the country, #72 player in the southeast, #191 overall player in the country ... DawgPost #8 player in North Carolina ... Recorded 32 catches for 441 yards and five touchdowns during his senior season for Charlotte Christian ... Finished his four-year varsity career with 104 receptions for 1,520 yards and 15 touchdowns ... Also recorded 85 total tackles, including 20.5 TFL, and eight sacks as a senior ... Helped lead Charlotte Christian to back-to-back NCISAA Division I State Championships as a junior and senior, including an undefeated record in 2013 ... Participated in the 2014 Under Armour All-America game. Personal: JEB BLAZEVICH ... Born: Aug. 18, 1995. KEYON BROWN WDE, 6-3, 240 Wauchula, Fla., Hardee County HS 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 the state of 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 the state of Florida ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #7 ranked WDE nationally, #23 overall prospect in the state of Florida, #147 overall prospect nationally ... Scout. com four-star prospect, #19 ranked DE nationally, #22 overall prospect in Florida, #62 overall prospect in the southeast ... Helped lead the Wildcats to an 11-2 record and a district championship in 2013 where they advanced to the quarterfinals of the state playoffs ... Recorded 79 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, and 6 sacks and also forced two fumbles and recovered one which he returned 56 yards for a touchdown in 2013 ... Named to the MaxPreps 2013 Florida Preseason All-State Team ... Two sport athlete at Hardee County, three year contributor at PF for the varsity basketball team. Personal: KEYON BROWN ... Born Sept. 28, 1995.


2014 signees LORENZO CARTER DE, 6-6, 230 Norcross, Ga., Norcross HS High School: Norcross, coached by Keith Maloof ... American Family Insurance USA Today All-USA First Team ... Parade Magazine All-America first team ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2013 Super 11 and Class AAAAAA All State Team ... Named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAAA First Team Offense ... PrepStar five-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #1 ranked DE and #2 ranked overall player in the country ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #36 player nationally, #3 DL nationally, #4 player in the state ... Scout.com five star prospect, #23 player nationally, #5 DE nationally, #1 player in the state ... 247Sports.com five-star prospect, #20 player nationally, #2 DE nationally, #2 player in the state ... ESPN.com fivestar prospect, #14 player nationally, #3 DE nationally, #2 player in the state ... Played in the Under Armour All-American Game ... Finished his senior season with 132 tackles, including 40 tackles for losses and six sacks ... Led his team to a 13-2 record and a state championship. Personal: LORENZO CARTERâ&#x20AC;ŚBorn: Dec. 10, 1995. NICK CHUBB RB, 5-10, 215 Cedartown, Ga., Cedartown HS High School: Cedartown, coached by Scott Hendrix ... American Family Insurance Pre-Season USA Today All-USA Team and All-USA Georgia Team ... Parade Magazine All-America honorable mention ... Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2013 Super 11 and Class AAAA All-State Team ... Named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAA First Team Offense ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #11 ranked RB and #89 ranked player in the country ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #43 player nationally, #6 RB nationally, #3 player in the state ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #53 player nationally, #9 RB nationally, #2 player in the state ... 247Sports.com five-star prospect, #17 player nationally, #4 RB nationally, #1 player in the state ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #63 player nationally, #7 RB nationally, #4 player in the state ... DawgPost #2 overall player in Georgia ... Played in the U.S. Army All-American Game ... Led team to 9-2 record during senior year while rushing for 2,690 yards and 41 touchdowns ... As a junior led the state in rushing with 2,721 yards and 38 TDs. Personal: NICK CHUBB ... Born Dec. 27, 1995. JAKE EDWARDS OL, 6-4, 271 Franklin, Ga., Heard County HS High School: Heard County, coached by Tim Barron ... PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and All-Southeast Region ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #46 ranked OT nationally, #54 overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #291 overall player in the Southeast region ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #46 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #41 ranked OG nationally, #52 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... 247sports.com three-star prospect, #28 ranked OG nationally, #46 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... DawgPost #52 overall player in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal- Constitution 2013 Class AA First Team All-State Offense ... Georgia Sports Writers Association 2013 Class AA First Team All-State Offense ... Helped lead Heard County to a 10-2 record and a second consecutive Class AA Region 5 Championship his senior season, advanced to the second round of the State Playoffs before falling to Jefferson High School 61-57 ... Played a large role in the 2012 season that saw the Braves win the first 11 games of the season, including a Region Championship, before falling in the second round of the state playoffs. Personal: JAKE EDWARDS ... Born Nov. 8, 1995. SHATTLE FENTENG DB, 6-2, 200 Loganville, Ga., Grayson HS Hutchinson (Kan.) CC Junior College: Hutchinson (Kan.) CC, coached by Rion Rhoades ... PrepStar Magazine 3-star prospect and JUCO All-American ... ESPN.com 4-star prospect, No. 1 ranked CB prospect ... Rivals.com 4-star prospect

... 247sports.com, Scout.com 3-star prospect, #43 JUCO prospect nationally, #3 ranked CB prospect, #9 overall prospect in Kansas ... Recorded 27 tackles, eight passes defended, four INTs and two fumble recoveries in 2013 ... Amassed 57 total tackles, 16 pass breakups, four INTS and two tackles for loss in his first season at Hutchinson in 2012. High School: Grayson HS, coached by Mickey Conn ... Helped lead the Rams to the Georgia 5A State Championship and an undefeated 15-0 season in 2011 ... High School Coach: Mickey Conn. Personal: SHATTLE FENTENG ... Born July 2, 1993. LAMONT GAILLARD DT, 6-2, 328 Fayetteville, N.C., Pine Forest HS High School: Pine Forest, coached by Bill Sochovka ... 2014 Under Armour All-American ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #5 ranked DT and #53 overall player in the country ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #4 ranked DT nationally, #3 overall prospect in the state of North Carolina, #32 overall prospect in the Southeast region, ESPN Top 300 prospect, #55 overall prospect nationally ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #13 ranked DT nationally, #4 overall player in North Carolina, #46 overall prospect in the Southeast region, #147 overall prospect nationally ... 247sports. com four-star prospect, #10 ranked OT nationally, #8 overall prospect in the state of North Carolina, #140 ranked overall prospect nationally ... Rivals. com three-star prospect, #14 ranked overall player in the state of North Carolina ... Named to the 2013 Mid South All Conference First Team, recording 82 tackles in his senior season helping Pine Forest to a 10-2 record, finishing second in its division and earning a second consecutive playoff appearance ... Was voted onto the 2013 NCPreps.com 4A Pre-Season All-State Team ... Named to the 2012 Mid South All Conference First Team after recording 108 total tackles, seven tackles for loss, and four sacks in his junior campaign, helping to lead the Trojans to a 7-5 record and a playoff berth after a 1-10 2011 season. Personal: LAMONT GAILLARD ... Born Feb. 8, 1996. RICO JOHNSON WR, 5-11, 172 Swainsboro, Ga., Swainsboro HS Georgia Prep Sports Academy Prep School: Georgia Prep Sports Academy ... played WR during 2013 season. High School: Swainsboro, coached by David Johnson ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Fox Sports NEXT three-star prospect, #57 WR in the country ... Dawg Post #3 WR and #61 overall prospect in Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #53 overall prospect in Georgia ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #122 WR nationally, #93 overall prospect in Georgia ... 247Sports four-star prospect, #42 WR nationally, #24 overall prospect in Georgia ... 2012 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game selection ... Also competed as sprinter on track and field team, taking first in the 100-meter dash at the 2012 GHSA State Track Championships. Personal: RICO JOHNSON ... Born Feb. 23, 1994.

SHAQUILLE JONES DB, 6-2, 175 Palm Bay, Fla., Merritt Island HS High School: Merritt Island, coached by Jeff McLean ... ESPN.com threestar prospect, #113 ranked CB nationally, #115 overall prospect in the state of Florida ... Rivals.com two-star prospect ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #100 ranked CB nationally ... 247sports.com two-star prospect, #189 ranked CB nationally ... Helped lead the Mustangs to an 11-1 overall record and a Class AAAAA District 12 Championship in 2013 ... Merritt Island advanced to the third round of the 2013 Florida State Playoffs before falling to Lake Wales 34-23. Personal: SHAQUILLE JONES ... Born March 1, 1996.

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2014 signees ISAIAH MCKENZIE WR, 5-8, 175 Fort Lauderdale, Fla., American Heritage HS High School: American Heritage, coached by Mike Rumph ... PrepStar All-Southeast Region ... Named to the Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100 ... Played in Under Armour All-America Game ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #35 WR nationally, #42 player in the state ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #37 RB in the country, #132 player in the Southeast, #42 overall player in Florida ... 247Sports.com four-star prospect, #151 player nationally, #23 WR nationally, #23 player in the state ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #286 player nationally, #36 ATH nationally, #49 player in the state ... Finished his senior season with 41 receptions for 892 yards and seven touchdowns, and carried the ball 22 times for 251 yards and seven touchdowns ... Led his team to a 15-1 record his senior season. Personal: ISAIAH MCKENZIE ... Born April 9, 1995. SONY MICHEL RB, 5-11, 205 Plantation, Fla., American Heritage HS High School: American Heritage, coached by Mike Rumph ... 2013 American Family Insurance USA Today All-USA first team and All-USA Florida Team ... USA Today Florida Football Player of the Year ... Member of Florida’s Class 5A All-State First Team ... Member of the 2013 FHSF Class 5A Preseason All-State Elite Team ... PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #3 ranked RB and #10 ranked player in the country ... Rivals.com five star prospect, #14 player nationally, #14 RB nationally, #2 player in the state ... Scout.com five-star prospect, #13 player nationally, #2 RB nationally, #2 player in the state ... 247Sports.com four-star prospect, #57 player nationally, #6 RB nationally, #8 player in the state ... ESPN.com fourstar prospect, #19 player nationally, #2 RB nationally, #2 player in the state ... Played in the U.S. Army All-American Game ... Rushed for 1,833 yards and 24 touchdowns during his senior season. Personal: SONY MICHEL ... Born Feb. 17, 1995 MALKOM PARRISH DB, 5-10, 185 Quitman, Ga., Brooks County HS High School: Brooks County, coached by Maurice Freeman ... Selected to represent the East in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #19 ranked DB and #129 ranked player in the country ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #81 overall prospect nationally, #6 CB nationally, #6 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #10 athlete nationally, #6 overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #45 overall prospect in the region ... 247sports.com fourstar prospect, #78 overall prospect nationally, #9 CB nationally, #5 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #119 overall prospect nationally, #11 DB nationally, #43 overall prospect in the Southeast ... DawgPost #3 overall prospect in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal Constitution All-State Class AA offense ... Named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Super 11 ... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AA First Team offense, 2013 Offensive Player of the Year ... Played quarterback on offense ... Rushed for 1,300 yards and 24 TD’s and passed for 2,600 yards and 18 TD’s ... Led Brooks County to Region I-AA titles in 2012 and 2013, and a Final Four appearance in the 2013 GHSA AA State Football Playoffs. Personal: MALKOM PARRISH ... Born Jan. 12, 1995. DOMINICK SANDERS WR/DB/ATH, 6-0, 190 Tucker, Ga., Tucker HS High School: Tucker, coached by Bryan Lamar ... PrepStar three-star prospect, All-Southeast Region ... ESPN.com three-star prospect, #126 ranked ATH nationally, #115 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Rivals.com three-star prospect #83 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com three-star prospect, #185 ranked WR nationally ... 247sports.com three-star prospect, #69 ranked CB nationally, #73 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Atlanta Journal Constitution 2013 Class AAAAA All-Metro Honorable Mention ... Georgia Sports Writers Association 2013 Class AAAAA First Team All-State Defense ... Helped lead Tucker to a 14-1 record in 2013, finishing the regular season undefeated as Class AAAAA Region 6 Champs,

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ended the season as State Runner-Up... Played a large roll in Tucker’s 2012 season in which the Tigers advanced to the Quarterfinals of the State Playoffs before falling to Northside Warner Robins 23-20. Personal: DOMINICK SANDERS ... Born Nov. 17, 1995. DYSHON SIMS OL, 6-4, 278 Valdosta, Ga., Lowndes HS High School: Lowndes, coached by Randy McPherson ... Selected to represent the East in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and All-Southeast Region ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #209 overall prospect nationally, #20 OT nationally, #19 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... ESPN.com four-star prospect, #20 OT nationally, #29 overall prospect in the state of Georgia, #155 overall prospect in the region ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #185 overall prospect nationally, #17 OT nationally, #14 overall prospect in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #270 overall prospect nationally, #21 OT nationally, #104 overall prospect in the Southeast ... DawgPost #18 overall prospect in Georgia ... Atlanta Journal Constitution All-State Class AAAAAA Honorable Mention ... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAAA Second Team offense ... MaxPreps 2013 Georgia Preseason All-State Team. Personal: DYSHON SIMS ... Born Jan. 25, 1996 SHAKENNETH WILLIAMS WR, 6-1, 195 Macon, Ga., Rutland HS High School: Rutland, coached by George Collins ... Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Honorable Mention AAAA ... PrepStar Magazine three-star prospect and All-Southeast Region ... ESPN four-star prospect, #27 ranked player in the state of Georgia, #45 ranked WR nationally, #144 ranked prospect in the region ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, #18 ranked prospect in Georgia, #44 WR ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #51 ranked WR nationally, #113 player in the Southeast ... Rivals.com three-star prospect, #36 ranked player in Georgia, #57 ranked WR nationally ... DawgPost #21 overall player in Georgia ... During his senior season recorded 998 all purpose yards, including 898 yards receiving on 36 catches, 64 rushing yards on nine carries and 36 kickoff return yards. Personal: SHAKENNETH WILLIAMS ... Born March 18, 1995. ISAIAH WYNN OL, 6-2, 269 St. Petersburg, Fla., Lakewood HS High School: Lakewood, coached by Cory Moore ... U.S. Army All-American ... Class AAAAA All-State Team ... Named one of Tampa Bay Times’ Top High School Athletes, Tampa Bay Times All-Sun Coast First Team ... PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 300 All-American, #22 ranked OG and #160 overall player in the country ... ESPN four-star prospect, #6 rated offensive guard nationally, #18 ranked played in the state of Florida, No. 106 on the ESPN 300 ... 247sports.com four-star prospect, 9 rated offensive guard nationally, #20 ranked player in Florida, #138 rated player nationally ... Scout.com four-star prospect, #11 ranked offensive guard nationally, #22 overall player in Florida, #75 player in the Southeast, #199 overall player in the country ... Rivals.com four-star prospect, #6 ranked offensive guard, #22 ranked player in Florida, #145 ranked player nationally ... Helped pave the way for Lakewood to rush for 2,371 yards on the season. Personal: ISAIAH WYNN ... Born Dec. 9, 1995.


OPEN

FURMAN Columbia

AUBURN Auburn

OPEN

FLORIDA Gainesville

SOUTH ALABAMA Columbia

CLEMSON Clemson

N. CAROLINA STATE Clemson

LOUISVILLE Clemson

BOSTON COLLEGE Chestnut Hill

SYRACUSE Clemson

OPEN

WAKE FOREST Clemson (Nov. 6)

GEORGIA TECH Atlanta

GEORGIA STATE Clemson

SOUTH CAROLINA Clemson

10/4

10/11

10/18

10/25

11/1

11/8

11/15

11/29

11/22

TENNESSEE Columbia

KENTUCKY Lexington

VANDERBILT Nashville

MISSOURI Knoxville

KENTUCKY Knoxville

TENNESSEE Nashville

MISSISSIPPI STATE Starkville

OPEN

FLORIDA Nashville

OLE MISS Fayetteville LOUISIANALAFAYETTE Troy

ARKANSAS Columbia (Nov. 28)

LSU Fayetteville

OPEN

TENNESSEE Knoxville

TEXAS A&M College Station

OPEN

MISSISSIPPI STATE Starkville

UAB Fayetteville

GEORGIA Little Rock

ALABAMA Fayetteville

OPEN

TEXAS A&M Arlington, Texas

NORTHERN ILLINOIS Fayetteville

OPEN

EASTERN KENTUCKY Gainesville

LOUISVILLE Louisville

TENNESSEE Knoxville

SOUTH CAROLINA Gainesville

FLORIDA STATE Tallahassee

GEORGIA Lexington

ALABAMA Tuscaloosa

SAMFORD Auburn

GEORGIA Athens

TEXAS A&M Auburn

OLE MISS Oxford

GEORGIA Athens

GEORGIA Athens

OPEN

CLEMSON Atlanta

N.C. STATE Raleigh

GARDNERWEBB Conway LIBERTY Lynchburg

VIRGINIA Atlanta

PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh

NORTH CAROLINA Chapel Hill

DUKE Atlanta

MIAMI Atlanta

OPEN

VIRGINIA TECH Blacksburg

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Atlanta

TULANE New Orleans

WOFFORD Atlanta

Georgia Tech

MONMOUTH W. Long Branch

COASTAL CAROLINA Conway

SOUTH CAROLINA Auburn MISSISSIPPI STATE Lexington MISSOURI Columbia

PRESBYTERIAN Charleston OPEN

VANDERBILT Nashville

OPEN

CHARLOTTE Charlotte

CITADEL Charleston

CAMPBELL Charleston (Sept. 11)

NEWBERRY Charleston

POINT Charleston (Aug. 28)

Charleston Southern

LSU Baton Rouge

MISSISSIPPI STATE Starkville

LSU Auburn

SOUTH CAROLINA Lexington LOUISIANAMONROE Lexington

LOUISIANA TECH Auburn

KANSAS STATE Manhattan (Sept. 18)

OPEN

SAN JOSE STATE Auburn

ARKANSAS Auburn

Auburn

VANDERBILT Lexington

OPEN

FLORIDA Gainesville

OHIO Lexington

UT-MARTIN Lexington

Kentucky

VANDERBILT Nashville

GEORGIA Jacksonville

OPEN

MISSOURI Gainesville

LSU Gainesville

TENNESSEE Knoxville

OPEN

ALABAMA Tuscaloosa

KENTUCKY Gainesville

EASTERN MICHIGAN Gainesville

IDAHO Gainesville

Florida

2014 SEC Championship Game - December 6 - Georgia Dome - Atlanta, Ga.

LOUISIANALAFAYETTE Troy

OPEN

IDAHO Moscow

OPEN

KENTUCKY Columbia

OLD DOMINION Nashville

SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Statesboro (Oct. 30) GEORGIA STATE Troy

VANDERBILT Columbia

MISSOURI Columbia

FLORIDA Gainesville

GEORGIA Columbia

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN Nashville OPEN

OPEN

GEORGIA Athens

ALABAMA Knoxville

OLE MISS Oxford

CHATTANOOGA Knoxville

FLORIDA Knoxville

GEORGIA Athens

SOUTH ALABAMA Mobile (Oct. 24)

APPALACHIAN STATE Troy

N. MEXICO STATE Troy

OPEN

LOUISIANAMONROE Monroe

OPEN

OKLAHOMA Norman

SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia (S.C.)

NORTH CAROLINA Clemson

9/27

GEORGIA Athens

ABILENE CHRISTIAN Troy

KENTUCKY Lexington

INDIANA Columbia

SOUTH CAROLINA Nashville

VANDERBILT Nashville

FLORIDA STATE Tallahassee

9/20

MISSOURI Columbia (S.C.)

TEXAS TECH Lubbock

CENTRAL FLORIDA Columbia

UMASS Nashville

GEORGIA Columbia

OPEN

9/13

NICHOLLS STATE Fayetteville

TOLEDO Toledo

ARKANSAS STATE Knoxville

OLE MISS Nashville (@LP Field)

DUKE Troy

EAST CAROLINA Columbia

S. CAROLINA STATE Clemson

9/6

AUBURN Auburn

S. DAKOTA STATE Columbia

TEMPLE Nashville (Aug. 28)

UTAH STATE Knoxville (Aug. 31)

UAB Birmingham

TEXAS A&M Columbia (Aug. 28)

GEORGIA Athens

Arkansas

8/30

Missouri

Vanderbilt

Tennessee

Troy

South Carolina

Clemson

2014 Georgia Opponent Schedules

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2013 Final statistics OVERALL: 8-5

(HOME: 5-1; ROAD: 2-3; NEUTRAL: 1-1)

Date AP/USA Opponent (AP/USA)

8/31 5/5 at 8/8 Clemson 11/12 * 6/6 South Carolina 9/7 9/21 9/10 North Texas 9/28 9/10 * 6/6 LSU * at Tennessee 10/5 6/6 10/12 7/7 * 25/NR Missouri 10/19 15/16 * at Vanderbilt 11/2 * vs. Florida 11/9 Appalachian State 11/16 25/25 * at 7/7 Auburn 11/23 * Kentucky 11/30 at Georgia Tech 1/1 23/24 & vs. Nebraska

TV

W-L Score/Time

ABC ESPN SEC TV CBS CBS ESPN CBS CBS WSB CBS ESPNU ABC ESPN2

SEC: 5-3

Attend. Top Rusher

L 35-38 83,830 Gurley (12-154) W 41-30 92,746 Gurley (30-132) W 45-21 92,746 Gurley (21-91) W 44-41 92,746 Marshall (20-96) W OT-34-31 102,455 Green (17-129) L 26-41 92,746 Green (12-87) L 27-31 40,350 Douglas (17-84) W 23-20 84,693 Gurley (17-100) W 45-6 92,746 Gurley (13-75) L 38-43 87,451 Gurley (15-79) W 59-17 92,746 Gurley (8-77) W 2OT-41-34 54,914 Gurley (20-122) L 19-24 60,712 Gurley (21-86)

(HOME: 3-1; ROAD: 1-2; NEUTRAL: 1-0)

Top Passer

Murray (20-29-323) Murray (17-23-309) Murray (22-30-408) Murray (20-34-298) Murray (19-35-196) Murray (25-45-290) Murray (16-28-114) Murray (16-25-258) Murray (19-26-281) Murray (33-49-415) Murray (18-23-183) Mason (22-36-299) Mason (21-39-320)

Top Receiver

Top Tackler

Bennett (5-60) Wilson (13) S.-Wesley (3-116) Herrera (12) Conley (5-63) Wilson (9) Conley (5-112) Harvey-Clemons (15) Wooten (6-38) Wilson (15) Douglas (6-43) Wilson (9) Conley (5-40) Herrera/Swann (10) Bennett (5-59) Wilson (11) Bennett (5-87) Wilson (12) Gurley (10-77) Wilson (18) McGowan (7-90) Wilson (9) Conley (7-129) Herrera (12) Gurley (7-97) Floyd (8)

*SEC Games ◊ Florida game at EverBank Field (Jacksonville, Fla.) ◊ *TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Fla.)

TEAM STATISTICS....................................GA OPP

SCORING.....................................................477 377 Points Per Game.......................................36.7 29.0 FIRST DOWNS............................................324 252 Rushing...................................................... 117 101 Passing.......................................................184 126 Penalty.........................................................23 25 RUSHING YARDAGE.................................2209 1926 Yards gained rushing................................2481 2292 Yards lost rushing.......................................272 366 Rushing Attempts.......................................486 520 Average Per Rush.......................................4.5 3.7 Average Per Game..................................169.9 148.2 TDs Rushing.................................................26 25 PASSING YARDAGE.................................4085 2956 Comp-Att-Int.................................. 293-459-12 221-382-7 Average Per Pass........................................8.9 7.7 Average Per Catch....................................13.9 13.4 Average Per Game..................................314.2 227.4 TDs Passing.................................................31 18 TOTAL OFFENSE......................................6294 4882 Total Plays..................................................945 902 Average Per Play.........................................6.7 5.4 Average Per Game..................................484.2 375.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards.......................25-465 63-1349 KICK RETURN AVERAGE..........................18.6 21.4 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards........................25-73 10-43 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE...........................2.9 4.3 INT RETURNS: #-Yards..............................7-78 12-58 INT RETURN AVERAGE............................. 11.1 4.8 FUMBLES-LOST.......................................22-10 18-8 PENALTIES-Yards...................................83-617 83-624 Average Per Game....................................47.5 48.0 PUNTS-Yards........................................44-1808 66-2744 Average Per Punt......................................41.1 41.6 Net punt average.......................................39.2 39.3 KICKOFFS-Yards..................................88-5288 75-4700 Average Per Kick.......................................60.1 62.7 Net kick average........................................38.8 40.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game............... 29:23 30:37 3RD-DOWN Conversions........................69/165 77/193 3rd-Down Pct.............................................42% 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions..........................13/22 14/22 4th-Down Pct.............................................59% 64% SACKS BY-Yards....................................33-222 22-140 MISC YARDS...................................................1 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.............................58 47 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.......................24-26 16-23 ON-SIDE KICKS............................................1-2 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES..................... (63-73) 86% (41-48) 85% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS......... (46-73) 63% (29-48) 60% PAT-ATTEMPTS........................... (57-57) 100% (43-45) 96%

SCORING

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

Georgia 117 122 112 109 17 477 Opponents 85 112 71 102 7 377

Possession 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total GEORGIA 7:03 7:07 7:44 7:27 29:22 OPPONENTS 7:56 7:53 7:15 7:32 30:37

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RUSHING.....................GP-GS Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G

Todd Gurley.....................10-10 165 1007 18 989 6.0 10 75 CU 98.9 J.J. Green..........................13-2 68 403 19 384 5.6 3 57 MIZ 29.5 21 UF 28.8 Brendan Douglas...............12-0 84 363 18 345 4.1 3 Keith Marshall......................5-1 56 252 6 246 4.4 1 28 SC 49.2 Aaron Murray................... 11-11 53 275 89 186 3.5 7 57 UT 16.9 Quayvon Hicks..................13-6 10 72 0 72 7.2 1 37 CU 5.5 Faton Bauta.........................3-0 4 30 0 30 7.5 0 14 UK 10.0 Brandon Harton...................6-0 7 18 2 16 2.3 0 9 UK 2.7 1 11 0 11 11.0 0 11 UK 0.8 R. Wooten..........................13-6 Reggie Davis..................... 11-0 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 ASU 0.0 Merritt Hall.........................13-1 1 0 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 UT -0.1 Kyle Karempelis................13-0 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 UK -0.2 Hutson Mason.....................5-2 21 45 53 -8 -0.4 1 16 GT -1.6 Collin Barber......................10-0 2 5 14 -9 -4.5 0 5 CU -0.9 TEAM.................................13-0 11 0 50 -50 -4.5 0 0 -3.8 Total..................................... 13 486 2481 272 2209 4.5 26 75 CU 169.9 Opponents........................... 13 520 2292 366 1926 3.7 25 75 SC 148.2

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

Aaron Murray................... 11-11 Hutson Mason.....................5-2 R. Wooten..........................13-6 TEAM.................................13-0 Brendan Douglas...............12-0 Total..................................... 13 Opponents........................... 13

158.82 225-347-9 64.8 144.37 67-110-3 60.9 452.80 1-1-0 100.0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 155.65 293-459-12 63.8 134.74 221-382-7 57.9

3075 968 42 0 0 4085 2956

26 5 0 0 0 31 18

98 NT 48 NEB 42 NT 0 0 NEB 98 NT 99 NEB

279.5 193.6 3.2 0.0 0.0 314.2 227.4

RECEIVING..................GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G

Chris Conley...................... 11-9 45 651 Michael Bennett................. 11-9 41 538 Todd Gurley.....................10-10 37 441 Arthur Lynch.................... 12-11 30 459 R. Wooten..........................13-6 30 424 Rhett McGowan.................13-4 20 233 J. Scott-Wesley....................5-4 16 311 Brendan Douglas...............12-0 13 172 J.J. Green..........................13-2 12 104 Reggie Davis..................... 11-0 11 257 Jay Rome............................8-1 9 99 Keith Marshall......................5-1 8 111 Jonathon Rumph.................5-0 7 121 Quayvon Hicks..................13-6 5 67 Michael Erdman..................3-0 3 28 Kenneth Towns....................8-0 2 19 Blake Tibbs..........................2-0 2 18 Hugh Williams...................13-0 1 28 Merritt Hall.........................13-1 1 4 Total..................................... 13 293 4085 Opponents........................... 13 221 2956

TOTAL OFFENSE...........GP-GS Plays Rush

14.5 4 43 NT 59.2 13.1 4 48 AU,NEB 48.9 11.9 6 73 UF 44.1 15.3 5 42 NT 38.2 14.1 5 48 MIZ 32.6 11.6 1 23 UF 17.9 19.4 2 85 SC 62.2 13.2 1 37 NEB 14.3 8.7 0 17 CU 8.0 23.4 1 98 NT 23.4 11.0 0 27 CU 12.4 13.9 1 48 SC 22.2 17.3 0 37 ASU 24.2 13.4 0 38 CU 5.2 9.3 0 15 ASU 9.3 9.5 1 16 UK 2.4 9.0 0 11 MIZ 9.0 28.0 0 28 UK 2.2 4.0 0 4 ASU 0.3 13.9 31 98 NT 314.2 13.4 18 99 NEB 227.4

Pass Total Avg/P Avg/G

Aaron Murray................... 11-11 400 186 3075 3261 8.2 296.5 Todd Gurley.....................10-10 165 989 0 989 6.0 98.9 Hutson Mason.....................5-2 131 -8 968 960 7.3 192.0 J.J. Green..........................13-2 68 384 0 384 5.6 29.5 Brendan Douglas...............12-0 84 345 0 345 4.1 28.8 Keith Marshall......................5-1 56 246 0 246 4.4 49.2 Quayvon Hicks..................13-6 10 72 0 72 7.2 5.5 R. Wooten..........................13-6 2 11 42 53 26.5 4.1 Faton Bauta.........................3-0 4 30 0 30 7.5 10.0 Brandon Harton...................6-0 7 16 0 16 2.3 2.7 Merritt Hall.........................13-1 1 -1 0 -1 -1.0 -0.1 Kyle Karempelis................13-0 1 -2 0 -2 -2.0 -0.2 Collin Barber......................10-0 2 -9 0 -9 -4.5 -0.9 TEAM.................................13-0 12 -50 0 -50 -4.5 -3.8 Total..................................... 13 945 2209 4085 6294 6.7 484.2 Opponents........................... 13 902 1926 2956 4882 5.4 375.5


2013 Final statistics TFL- Sacks- IntPUNT RETURNS...... No. Yds Avg TD Long DEFENSE.................GP-GS Solo Ast Tot Yds Yds Yds PBU QBP Reggie Davis....................... 14 46 3.3 0 17 MIZ

Ramik Wilson 13-12 76 57 133 11.0-38 4.0-22 . 3 7 13-13 54 58 112 5.0-13 0.5-3 1-16 6 9 Amarlo Herrera J. Harvey-Clemons 11-11 39 27 66 5.5-8 . 1-18 5 2 Garrison Smith 13-13 29 34 63 10.0-40 6.0-34 . . 12 Damian Swann 13-13 43 14 57 1.0-2 . . 8 . Quincy Mauger 13-7 42 15 57 1.0-6 . 1-4 1 2 INTERCEPTIONS..... No. Yds Avg TD Long Leonard Floyd 13-8 34 21 55 9.5-63 6.5-55 . 1 22 Shaq Wiggins........................ 2 39 19.5 1 39 VU Jordan Jenkins 13-13 30 15 45 12.0-62 5.0-33 . 2 23 J. Harvey-Clemons................ 1 18 18.0 0 18 GT 13-7 24 19 43 8.0-52 6.0-47 . 3 12 Amarlo Herrera...................... 1 16 16.0 0 12 ASU Ray Drew Tray Matthews 8-6 23 13 36 1.5-6 . 1-0 4 . Quincy Mauger...................... 1 4 4.0 0 4 GT Corey Moore 12-7 27 8 35 3.0-16 1.0-14 1-1 1 1 Corey Moore.......................... 1 1 1.0 0 1 VU 13-8 14 20 34 1.0-1 1.0-1 . 3 8 Sterling Bailey Tray Matthews....................... 1 0 0.0 0 0 NT Chris Mayes 11-8 14 17 31 1.0-3 1.0-3 . 2 5 Total...................................... 7 78 11.1 1 39 VU Connor Norman 12-2 15 9 24 0.5-0 . . 1 1 Opponents.......................... 12 58 4.8 0 18 CU Shaq Wiggins 12-8 17 2 19 3.0-5 . 2-39 4 . KICK RETURNS....... No. Yds Avg TD Long Sheldon Dawson 12-1 8 5 13 1.0-2 . . . . J.J. Green.............................. 7 168 24.0 0 48 NEB Brendan Langley 9-4 8 4 12 . . . 2 . Sheldon Dawson................... 7 153 21.9 0 41 UK Kosta Vavlas 13-0 7 4 11 . . . . . Reggie Davis......................... 4 69 17.2 0 19 LSU John Taylor 10-0 3 6 9 1.5-9 1.0-9 . 1 2 Kyle Karempelis.................... 4 43 10.8 0 23 LSU Reggie Carter 8-1 2 6 8 0.5-1 . . . . Justin Scott-Wesley............... 2 39 19.5 0 24 SC 12-1 3 5 8 1.0-2 . . 1 . Brendan Douglas................... 1 -7 -7.0 0 0 ASU Josh Dawson 10-0 2 5 7 1.5-4 . . . 1 Total.................................... 25 465 18.6 0 48 NEB Toby Johnson T.J. Stripling 10-0 2 4 6 0.5-1 . . . . Opponents.......................... 63 1349 21.4 1 99 NT Mike Thornton 11-0 2 3 5 1.0-1 1.0-1 . . 1 FUMBLE RETURNS... No. Yds Avg TD Long Tim Kimbrough 11-0 3 2 5 1.0-2 . . . . Jordan Jenkins...................... 2 6 3.0 0 4 ASU Ryne Rankin 7-0 3 2 5 . . . . . Josh Harvey-Clemons........... 1 3 3.0 0 3 UK James DeLoach 5-0 2 2 4 . . . . 1 Total...................................... 3 9 3.0 0 4 ASU Johnny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal 8-0 2 2 4 . . . . . Opponents............................ 3 41 13.7 1 21 MIZ Corey Campbell 9-0 3 1 4 . . . . . 13-0 2 . 2 . . . . . ALL PURPOSE.GP-GS Rush Rec Ret Tot Avg/G Blake Sailors 13-0 1 . 1 . . . . . Nathan Theus Todd Gurley................10-10 989 441 0 1430 143.0 Chase Vasser 2-0 1 . 1 . . . . . J.J. Green.....................13-2 384 104 168 656 50.5 12-0 . 1 1 . . . . . Lucas Redd Chris Conley................. 11-9 0 651 0 651 59.2 Marc Deas 13-0 . 1 1 . . . . . Michael Bennett............ 11-9 0 538 0 538 48.9 Total 13 535 382 917 81-337 33-222 7-78 48 109 Brendan Douglas..........12-0 345 172 -7 510 42.5 Arthur Lynch............... 12-11 0 459 0 459 38.2 CAUSED FUMBLES (10): Floyd (2); Harvey-Clemons (2); Smith (2); Herrera (1); Jenkins (1); R. Wooten.....................13-6 11 424 0 435 33.5 Matthews (1); Mauger (1). Reggie Davis................ 11-0 0 257 125 372 33.8 FUMBLE RECOVERIES (8): Harvey-Clemons (3); Jenkins (2); Norman (1); Scott-Wesley (1); Keith Marshall.................5-1 246 111 0 357 71.4 TEAM (1). J. Scott-Wesley...............5-4 0 311 39 350 70.0 BLOCKED KICKS (2): Floyd (FG vs. AU); Jenkins (FG vs. ASU). Rhett McGowan............13-4 0 233 0 233 17.9 Aaron Murray.............. 11-11 186 0 0 186 16.9 |------------- PATs -------------| SCORING.................TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Sheldon Dawson..........12-1 0 0 153 153 12.8 Marshall Morgan............ 0 22-24 47-47 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 113 Quayvon Hicks.............13-6 72 67 0 139 10.7 Todd Gurley................. 16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 96 Jonathon Rumph............5-0 0 121 0 121 24.2 Aaron Murray................. 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 42 Jay Rome.......................8-1 0 99 0 99 12.4 Arthur Lynch.................. 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Kyle Karempelis...........13-0 -2 0 43 41 3.2 R. Wooten...................... 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Shaq Wiggins...............12-8 0 0 38 38 3.2 Brendan Douglas........... 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Faton Bauta....................3-0 30 0 0 30 10.0 Michael Bennett............. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Hugh Williams..............13-0 0 28 0 28 2.2 Chris Conley.................. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Damian Swann...........13-13 0 0 28 28 2.2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 J.J. Green...................... 3 0-0 Michael Erdman.............3-0 0 28 0 28 9.3 Patrick Beless................ 0 2-2 10-10 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 16 Kenneth Towns...............8-0 0 19 0 19 2.4 J. Scott-Wesley.............. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Blake Tibbs.....................2-0 0 18 0 18 9.0 Keith Marshall................ 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 J. Harvey-Clemons..... 11-11 0 0 18 18 1.6 Rhett McGowan............. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Amarlo Herrera...........13-13 0 0 16 16 1.2 Quayvon Hicks.............. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Brandon Harton..............6-0 16 0 0 16 2.7 Kenneth Towns.............. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Quincy Mauger.............13-7 0 0 4 4 0.3 Shaq Wiggins................ 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Merritt Hall....................13-1 -1 4 0 3 0.2 Hutson Mason............... 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Corey Moore.................12-7 0 0 1 1 0.1 Reggie Davis................. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Hutson Mason................5-2 -8 0 0 -8 -1.6 Total............................ 58 24-26 57-57 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 477 Collin Barber.................10-0 -9 0 0 -9 -0.9 Opponents.................. 47 16-23 43-45 0-0 1 1-2 0 1 377 TEAM............................13-0 -50 0 0 -50 -3.8 Total................................ 13 2209 4085 616 6910 531.5 CONSECUTIVE PATS MADE: Morgan, 81; Beless, 10; Georgia, 91; Opponents, 19. Opponents...................... 13 1926 2956 1450 6332 487.1 Damian Swann...................... 9 Sheldon Dawson................... 1 Shaq Wiggins........................ 1 Total.................................... 25 Opponents.......................... 10

28 0 -1 73 43

3.1 0.0 -1.0 2.9 4.3

0 12 NT 0 0 UF 0 0 ASU 0 17 MIZ 2 15 UT

PUNTING.........No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blk

Collin Barber........ 29 1279 44.1 61 NT Adam Erickson.... 13 527 40.5 52 GT TEAM..................... 2 2 1.0 2 UT Total.................... 44 1808 41.1 61 NT Opponents.......... 66 2744 41.6 65 UT

0 11 2 6 0 0 2 17 4 16

9 5 0 14 23

0 0 2 2 0

FIELD GOALS.......FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg

Marshall Morgan Patrick Beless Totals Opponents

22-24 91.7 2-2 100.0 24-26 92.3 16-23 69.6

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-8 1-1 9-9 5-5

7-8 5-5 1-1 0-0 8-9 5-5 7-8 4-10

2-3 0-0 2-3 0-0

Blk

56 UT 37 SC 56 UT 49 LSU

0 0 0 1

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2013 Final statistics GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE STATISTICS RUSHING

No-Yds/TD cU

SC

NT

LSU

UT

MIZ

VU

UF

ASU

AU

UK

GT

NEB

ReceivING

No-Yds/TD cU

SC

NT

LSU

UT

MIZ

VU

UF

ASU

AU

UK

GT

NEB

Todd Gurley 165-989/10 12-154/2 30-132/1 21-91/1 8-73/0 DNP DNP DNP 17-100/1 13-75/1 15-79/1 8-77/0 20-122/3 21-86/0 J.J. Green 68-384/3 1-3/0 1-4/0 2-40/1 1-18/0 17-129/0 12-87/0 13-32/0 3-14/0 3-1/1 - 6-35/1 3-2/0 6-19/0 Brendan Douglas 84-345/3 DNP 5-31/0 4-6/0 2-2/0 10-25/1 14-70/0 17-84/0 6-36/0 6-17/1 1-1/0 12-59/1 1-6/0 6-8/0 Keith Marshall 56-246/1 16-43/1 7-58/0 8-16/0 20-96/0 5-33/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Aaron Murray 53-186/7 7--15/1 4--11/0 7-37/1 3-9/1 3-53/0 4-5/0 4-10/2 6-6/0 2-24/0 9-37/2 4-31/0 DNP DNP Quayvon Hicks 10-72/1 3-38/1 4-28/0 1-1/0 - - 1-2/0 - 1-3/0 - - - - Faton Bauta 4-30/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-7/0 DNP 2-22/0 DNP 1-1/0 Brandon Harton 7-16/0 DNP - DNP - DNP - DNP DNP 3-3/0 - 4-13/0 DNP DNP R. Wooten 1-11/0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-11/0 - Reggie Davis 2-0/0 DNP - - - - - - - 2-0/0 - - DNP Merritt Hall 1- -1/0 - - - - 1--1/0 - - - - - - - Kyle Karempelis 1- -2/0 - - - - - - - - - - 1--2/0 - Hutson Mason 21- -8/1 DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP 1-1/1 11-9/0 9--18/0 Collin Barber 2- -9/0 1-5/0 1--14/0 - - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP TEAM 13- -50/0 1--6/0 1--1/0 - 2--2/0 1--1/0 - 1--19/0 2--3/0 - - 1--17/0 2--1/0 Chris Conley 45-651/4 3-67/0 2-12/0 5-63/1 5-112/1 5-64/1 5-60/1 5-40/0 DNP DNP 2-24/0 3-34/0 7-129/0 3-46/0 Michael Bennett 41-538/4 5-60/0 3-47/0 2-17/0 3-38/2 1-14/0 DNP DNP 5-59/0 5-87/1 7-89/0 3-19/0 5-53/1 2-55/0 Todd Gurley 37-441/6 1-1/0 1-8/1 2-20/0 1-13/0 DNP DNP DNP 3-87/1 3-12/0 10-77/0 5-90/2 4-36/1 7-97/1 Arthur Lynch 30-459/5 1-18/0 3-26/1 4-85/1 3-40/0 - 2-36/0 1-7/0 1-31/0 DNP 4-75/1 4-42/2 1-30/0 6-69/0 R. Wooten 30-424/5 2-46/0 - - - 6-38/2 4-83/1 2-7/0 1-6/0 4-104/1 5-99/1 4-20/0 2-21/0 Rhett McGowan 20-233/1 - 2-23/0 1-12/0 1-10/0 2-13/0 - 1-12/0 3-43/0 - 2-21/0 7-90/1 1-9/0 J. Scott-Wesley 16-311/2 4-55/0 3-116/1 3-63/0 4-55/1 2-22/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Brendan Douglas 13-172/1 DNP - - - 1-32/0 6-43/1 1-7/0 1-8/0 1-15/0 1-16/0 1-14/0 - 1-37/0 J.J. Green 12-104/0 - - - - 1-4/0 5-42/0 1-17/0 - 1-4/0 - 1-9/0 2-21/0 1-7/0 Reggie Davis 11-257/1 DNP - 2-134/1 1-24/0 1-9/0 1-9/0 2-13/0 - 3-58/0 - 1-10/0 DNP Jay Rome 9-99/0 1-10/0 DNP 1-27/0 1-6/0 - - 1-8/0 2-24/0 3-24/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Keith Marshall 8-111/1 2-28/0 2-54/1 3-29/0 1-0/0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jonathon Rumph 7-121/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 4-98/0 2-14/0 DNP - 1-9/0 Quayvon Hicks 5-67/0 1-38/0 1-23/0 - - - - 2-3/0 - 1-3/0 - - - Michael Erdman 3-28/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-6/0 DNP DNP 2-22/0 DNP - DNP DNP Kenneth Towns 2-19/1 DNP DNP - - - - - DNP 1-3/1 DNP 1-16/0 DNP Blake Tibbs 2-18/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-11/0 DNP DNP 1-7/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Hugh Williams 1-28/0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-28/0 - Merritt Hall 1-4/0 - - - - - - - - 1-4/0 - - - -

Punt Returns No-Yds cU SC NT LSU UT MIZ VU UF ASU AU UK GT NEB

Reggie Davis 14-46 DNP - 1-6 - 2-0 3-24 1-15 1-1 1--2 - 4-5 DNP 1--3 Damian Swann 9-28 1-4 1-3 4-23 - 2--2 - 1-0 - - - - - Sheldon Dawson 1-0 - - - - - - - 1-0 - - - - DNP Shaq Wiggins 1- -1 - - - - - - - - 1--1 - - DNP -

Kick Returns No-Yds cU SC NT LSU UT MIZ VU UF ASU AU UK GT NEB

J.J. Green 7-168 - - 1-19 - - 1-15 - 1-18 - - - 1-23 3-93 Sheldon Dawson 7-153 - - - - - - - 3-58 1-26 - 1-41 2-28 DNP Reggie Davis 4-69 DNP - - 3-51 1-18 - - - - - - DNP Kyle Karempelis 4-43 - - - 1-23 - - - - 1-0 - 2-20 - J. Scott-Wesley 2-39 - 2-39 - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Brendan Douglas 1- -7 DNP - - - - - - - 1--7 - - - -

INT. Returns No-Yds cU SC NT LSU UT MIZ VU UF ASU AU UK GT NEB

Shaq Wiggins 2-39 - - - - - - 1-39 - - - - DNP 1-0 J. Harvey-Clemons 1-18 DNP - - - - - - - - - - 1-18 DNP Amarlo Herrera 1-16 - - - - - - - - 1-16 - - - Quincy Mauger 1-4 - - - - - - - - - - - 1-4 Corey Moore 1-1 DNP - - - - - 1-1 - - - - - Tray Matthews 1-0 - - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - DNP -

Passing

Att Cmp Int Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Eff. Aaron Murray Clemson 29 20 1 .690 323 0 38 4 38 155.63 South Carolina 23 17 0 73.9 309 4 85 2 16 244.2 North Texas 30 22 1 73.3 408 3 98 0 0 213.9 LSU 34 20 1 58.8 298 4 33 0 0 165.4 Tennessee 35 19 0 54.3 196 3 32 1 7 129.6 Missouri 45 25 2 55.6 290 3 48 2 12 122.8 Vanderbilt 28 16 1 57.1 114 0 17 0 0 84.2 Florida 25 16 0 64.0 258 1 73 2 15 163.9 Appalachian State 26 19 1 73.1 281 2 38 0 0 181.6 Auburn 49 33 1 67.3 415 2 42 1 5 147.9 Kentucky 23 18 1 78.3 183 4 44 1 3 193.8 TOTALS 347 225 9 64.8 3075 26 98 13 84 158.8

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Passing

Att Cmp Int Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Eff. Hutson Mason Appalachian State 16 11 1 68.8 160 1 37 0 0 160.9 Kentucky 19 13 0 68.4 189 1 28 0 0 169.3 Georgia Tech 36 22 1 61.1 299 2 33 5 25 143.7 Nebraska 39 21 1 53.8 320 1 48 3 28 126.1 TOTALS 110 67 3 60.9 968 5 48 8 53 144.4 R. Wooten North Texas TOTALS

1 1 0 100.0 42 0 42 0 0 452.8 1 1 0 100.0 42 0 42 0 0 452.8


2013 Final statistics GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Tackles

S-A Tot

CU

SC

NT

LSU

UT

MIZ

VU

UF

ASU

AU

UK

GT

NEB

TFLS

S-A Tot

CU

SC

NT

LSU

UT

MIZ

VU

UF

ASU

AU

UK

GT

NEB

Sacks

S-A Tot

CU

SC

NT

LSU

UT

MIZ

VU

UF

ASU

AU

UK

GT

NEB

Ramik Wilson 76-57 133 2-11 4-5 6-3 3-3 8-7 8-1 3-5 6-5 8-4 12-6 4-5 8-1 4-1 Amarlo Herrera 54-58 112 4-8 5-7 3-3 2-4 3-8 5-3 4-6 4-3 3-4 6-6 1-3 10-2 4-1 39-27 66 DNP 2-3 4-3 6-9 0-3 2-3 1-1 4-1 2-0 6-3 5-1 7-0 DNP Harvey-Clemons Garrison Smith 29-34 63 2-2 1-3 3-1 1-5 4-4 1-1 1-6 6-3 1-2 1-3 4-3 - 4-1 57 3-0 3-1 1-2 3-0 3-2 7-1 6-4 5-0 3-1 5-3 1-0 2-0 1-0 Damian Swann 43-14 Quincy Mauger 42-15 57 1-0 2-0 1-1 3-1 2-5 5-1 3-4 4-1 2-2 - 5-0 8-0 6-0 Leonard Floyd 34-21 55 1-3 1-1 3-3 2-6 1-0 1-0 4-3 1-2 2-0 3-0 2-2 6-0 7-1 45 4-1 2-2 4-2 1-0 1-1 0-2 3-2 2-0 0-3 4-0 0-1 3-0 6-1 Jordan Jenkins 30-15 Ray Drew 24-19 43 4-0 2-1 - 3-0 2-3 4-3 0-1 1-1 2-3 0-4 - 5-0 1-3 4-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-0 10-2 - DNP Tray Matthews 23-13 36 4-4 0-4 1-1 Corey Moore 27-8 35 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-2 3-1 2-1 4-1 5-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 1-1 3-1 Sterling Bailey 14-20 34 4-0 3-7 0-2 2-2 0-2 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-1 - 1-0 2-0 31 DNP DNP - 3-1 2-0 0-1 1-5 - 1-3 1-2 0-1 4-3 2-1 Chris Mayes 14-17 Connor Norman 15-9 24 1-7 2-0 3-1 - DNP - 1-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 19 - - 1-0 - 4-2 4-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 DNP 1-0 Shaq Wiggins 17-2 Sheldon Dawson 8-5 13 1-0 - 0-1 2-0 - - 0-3 1-0 - - 1-0 3-1 DNP Brendan Langley 8-4 12 6-1 1-2 - 1-1 - DNP DNP - - DNP DNP - Kosta Vavlas 7-4 11 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 - 0-1 - - 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 John Taylor 3-6 9 0-1 0-1 0-2 - DNP DNP - - 3-2 - DNP - 0-1 - 0-1 1-0 Josh Dawson 3-5 8 0-2 - 0-1 - - 2-0 - DNP Reggie Carter 2-6 8 - - 1-3 0-1 - 1-0 0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Toby Johnson 2-5 7 - 0-1 0-1 0-1 - - - DNP DNP - 1-2 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 0-1 - T.J. Stripling 2-4 6 - - 0-2 1-1 - - DNP Tim Kimbrough 3-2 5 - - 0-1 DNP - - - - 1-1 - 1-0 DNP 1-0 3-2 5 - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1 1-0 0-1 - 2-0 Ryne Rankin Mike Thornton 2-3 5 2-1 - 0-2 DNP - - - - DNP - - - Corey Campbell 3-1 4 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 0-1 - 1-0 - - - - DNP James DeLoach 2-2 4 - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP 0-2 DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Johnny Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neal 2-2 4 DNP - - DNP DNP DNP 0-1 - 1-0 DNP 0-1 - 1-0 Blake Sailors 2-0 2 - - - - - - 1-0 - - 1-0 - - Nathan Theus 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - - 1-0 - - Chase Vasser 1-0 1 DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP Marc Deas 0-1 1 - - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - Lucas Redd 0-1 1 DNP - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - -

Jordan Jenkins 12-0 12.0 1.0-2 1.0-7 2.0-13 1.0-7 - - 3.0-14 1.0-2 - 1.0-6 - 1.0-3 1.0-8 Ramik Wilson 10-2 11.0 - 0.5-0 2.0-5 - 1.0-2 1.0-2 1.0-13 0.5-2 1.0-2 2.0-7 1.0-2 1.0-3 Garrison Smith 9-2 10.0 1.0-1 0.5-3 - - - 1.0-9 1.0-2 2.5-12 - - 3.0-11 - 1.0-2 Leonard Floyd 9-1 9.5 - - 2.0-17 2.0-9 - 1.0-10 - 0.5-2 1.0-11 - 1.0-8 1.0-3 1.0-3 Ray Drew 8-0 8.0 1.0-1 - - 1.0-9 2.0-14 2.0-12 - - 2.0-16 - - - J. Harvey-Clemons 5-1 5.5 DNP - 1.0-2 1.5-3 - 1.0-1 - - - - 2.0-2 - DNP Amarlo Herrera 3-4 5.0 0.5-1 1.0-4 - - - - - 0.5-1 1.0-1 - - 2.0-6 Shaq Wiggins 3-0 3.0 - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-2 1.0-1 - - - - - DNP Corey Moore 3-0 3.0 DNP - - - - - - 1.0-14 - 1.0-1 1.0-1 - John Taylor 1-1 1.5 - - 0.5-0 - DNP DNP - - 1.0-9 - DNP - Tray Matthews 1-1 1.5 0.5-0 - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP 1.0-6 - - DNP Toby Johnson 0-3 1.5 - - 0.5-1 0.5-2 - - - DNP DNP - 0.5-1 - DNP Tim Kimbrough 1-0 1.0 - - - DNP - - - - - - 1.0-2 DNP Chris Mayes 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - Quincy Mauger 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-6 Damian Swann 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - 1.0-2 - - - - Josh Dawson 0-2 1.0 0.5-1 - - - - - - DNP - - 0.5-1 - Sterling Bailey 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - - Mike Thornton 1-0 1.0 1.0-1 - - DNP - - - - DNP - - - Sheldon Dawson 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-2 DNP T.J. Stripling 0-1 0.5 - - 0.5-1 - - - DNP DNP DNP - - - Connor Norman 0-1 0.5 0.5-0 - - - DNP - - - - - - - Reggie Carter 0-1 0.5 - - 0.5-1 - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Leonard Floyd 6-1 6.5 - - 2.0-17 1.0-7 - 1.0-10 - 0.5-2 1.0-11 - 1.0-8 - Garrison Smith 5-2 6.0 - 0.5-3 - - - 1.0-9 - 2.5-12 - - 2.0-10 - Ray Drew 6-0 6.0 - - - 1.0-9 2.0-14 2.0-12 - - 1.0-12 - - - Jordan Jenkins 5-0 5.0 - - - 1.0-7 - - 2.0-12 - - 1.0-6 - - 1.0-8 Ramik Wilson 4-0 4.0 - - - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-13 - - 1.0-5 1.0-2 - Chris Mayes 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - John Taylor 1-0 1.0 - - - - DNP DNP - - 1.0-9 - DNP - Sterling Bailey 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - - Corey Moore 1-0 1.0 DNP - - - - - - 1.0-14 - - - - Mike Thornton 1-0 1.0 1.0-1 - - DNP - - - - DNP - - - Amarlo Herrera 0-1 0.5 - 0.5-3 - - - - - - - - - - -

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2013 Final statistics GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION Player

GP/GS CU

SC

NT LSU UT

MIZ VU

UF

ASU AU

UK GT NEB

61 David Andrews 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 58 Sterling Bailey 13/8 START START START START START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 32 Collin Barber 10/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... 10 Faton Bauta 3/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... XXX ... XXX 79 Mark Beard 12/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX 93 Patrick Beless 2/0 XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 82 Michael Bennett 11/9 START START XXX START XXX ... ... START START START START START START 37 Devin Bowman 9/0 ... ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 68 Chris Burnette 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 46 Corey Campbell 9/0 XXX ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... 45 Reggie Carter 8/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX ... ... ... ... ... XXX 31 Chris Conley 11/9 START START START START START START START ... ... XXX XXX START START 78 Watts Dantzler 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 81 Reggie Davis 11/0 ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX 91 Josh Dawson 12/1 START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 2 Sheldon Dawson 12/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START ... 23 Marc Deas 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 76 Zach DeBell 1/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... 89 James DeLoach 5/0 XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... 22 Brendan Douglas 12/0 ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 47 Ray Drew 13/7 XXX START START XXX START START XXX XXX START XXX XXX START START 6 Michael Erdman 3/0 ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... 97 Adam Erickson 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 84 Leonard Floyd 13/8 START XXX XXX START XXX XXX START START XXX START START START START 69 Trent Frix 6/0 XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... ... ... ... 72 Kenarious Gates 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 13/2 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 15 J.J. Green 3 Todd Gurley 10/10 START START START START ... ... ... START START START START START START 43 Merritt Hall 13/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START 20 Brandon Harton 6/0 ... XXX ... XXX ... XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX ... ... 25 J. Harvey-Clemons 11/11 ... START START START START START START START START START START START ... 12 Austin Herod 1/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... 52 Amarlo Herrera 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 48 Quayvon Hicks 13/6 XXX START START XXX START START START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX 75 Kolton Houston 13/6 START START START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 59 Jordan Jenkins 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 88 Toby Johnson 10/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX ... 36 Kyle Karempelis 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 42 Tim Kimbrough 11/0 XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX 54 B. Kublanow 9/0 ... ... XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 4 Brendan Langley 9/4 START START START START XXX ... ... XXX XXX ... ... XXX XXX 64 Dallas Lee 13/12 START XXX START START START START START START START START START START START 66 Hunter Long 2/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... 88 Arthur Lynch 12/11 START XXX START START START START START START ... START START START START 4 Keith Marshall 5/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX START ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 14 Hutson Mason 5/2 ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... XXX START START 28 Tray Matthews 8/6 START START START START ... ... ... ... XXX START START ... XXX 20 Quincy Mauger 13/7 XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START XXX XXX START START 93 Chris Mayes 11/8 ... ... XXX START XXX XXX START START START START START START START 27 Rhett McGowan 13/4 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START START START XXX 26 M. Mitchell 1/1 START ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 39 Corey Moore 12/7 ... XXX START XXX START START XXX XXX START START START XXX START 13 Marshall Morgan 11/0 ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 80 Greg Mulkey 2/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... 11 Aaron Murray 11/11 START START START START START START START START START START START ... ... 11 Connor Norman 12/2 START START XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 50 Johnny O’Neal 8/0 ... XXX XXX ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX 73 Greg Pyke 2/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... XXX ... ... 38 Ryne Rankin 7/0 XXX ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 12/0 ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 24 Lucas Redd 87 Jay Rome 8/1 XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START ... ... ... ... 18 Jonathon Rumph 5/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX 7 Blake Sailors 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 86 J. Scott-Wesley 5/4 XXX START START START START ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Garrison Smith 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 56 44 T.J. Stripling 10/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX 5 Damian Swann 13/13 START START START START START START START START START START START START START 94 John Taylor 10/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX 71 John Theus 13/8 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START START START Nathan Theus 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 49 96 Mike Thornton 11/0 XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX XXX XXX XXX 8 Blake Tibbs 2/0 ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... 9 Kenneth Towns 8/0 ... ... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX ... XXX ... XXX ... XXX 33 Chase Vasser 2/0 ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... ... ... 30 Kosta Vavlas 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 2 Parker Welch 1/0 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... XXX ... ... 6 Shaq Wiggins 12/8 XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START START START ... START 84 Hugh Williams 13/0 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 51 Ramik Wilson 13/12 START START START START START XXX START START START START START START START 17 R. Wooten 13/6 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START START XXX XXX

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2013 Final statistics GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS

Rushing Stats----| Offense No. Yds TD Lg

Receiving Stats--| Passing Stats----------| No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg

Kick Returns-----| Punt Returns-----| Tot No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Off

GEORGIA 41 222 5 75 20 323 0 38 20-29-1 323 0 38 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 545 at Clemson 46 197 2 36 18 270 3 77 18-30-0 270 3 77 3 60 0 24 2 4 0 9 467 GEORGIA 53 227 1 28 17 309 4 85 17-23-0 309 4 85 2 39 0 24 1 3 0 3 536 South Carolina 36 226 2 75 16 228 2 30 16-25-0 228 2 30 6 111 0 27 0 0 0 0 454

GEORGIA 43 191 3 39 23 450 3 98 23-31-1 450 3 98 1 19 0 19 5 29 0 12 641 North Texas 25 7 0 8 26 238 1 30 26-41-1 238 1 30 5 173 1 99 2 20 0 20 245 GEORGIA 36 196 1 23 20 298 4 33 20-34-1 298 4 33 4 74 0 23 0 0 0 0 494 LSU 36 77 2 16 23 372 3 48 23-37-0 372 3 48 7 175 0 33 1 -4 0 0 449

GEORGIA 37 238 1 57 19 196 3 32 19-35-0 196 3 32 1 18 0 18 4 -2 0 0 434 at Tennessee 41 189 2 43 17 215 1 33 17-31-0 215 1 33 1 11 0 11 1 15 0 15 404 GEORGIA 31 164 0 57 25 290 3 48 25-45-2 290 3 48 1 15 0 15 3 24 0 17 454 Missouri 37 142 3 36 22 233 2 40 22-31-0 233 2 40 2 58 0 42 0 0 0 0 375 GEORGIA 35 107 2 16 16 114 0 17 16-28-1 114 0 17 0 0 0 0 2 15 0 15 221 at Vanderbilt 38 119 4 17 21 218 0 41 21-35-2 218 0 41 5 98 0 31 2 0 0 0 337 GEORGIA 35 156 1 30 16 258 1 73 16-26-0 258 1 73 4 76 0 29 2 1 0 1 414 vs. Florida 41 145 2 25 13 174 0 83 13-29-0 174 0 83 5 91 0 41 1 2 0 2 319

GEORGIA 30 127 3 23 30 441 3 38 30-42-2 441 3 38 3 19 0 26 2 -3 0 0 568 Appalachian State 32 32 0 14 22 221 0 25 22-39-1 221 0 25 7 159 0 38 0 0 0 0 253 GEORGIA 25 117 3 16 33 415 2 42 33-49-1 415 2 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 532 at Auburn 57 323 4 32 16 243 1 73 16-27-0 243 1 73 6 108 0 23 1 6 0 6 566

GEORGIA 40 230 3 28 31 372 5 44 31-42-1 372 5 44 3 61 0 41 4 5 0 9 602 Kentucky 30 62 1 69 10 149 1 30 10-17-0 149 1 30 6 101 0 24 0 0 0 0 211 GEORGIA 37 138 3 25 22 299 2 33 22-36-1 299 2 33 3 51 0 23 0 0 0 0 437 at Georgia Tech 58 263 2 23 11 232 2 68 11-24-2 232 2 68 5 114 0 28 0 0 0 0 495 GEORGIA 43 96 0 16 21 320 1 48 21-39-1 320 1 48 3 93 0 48 1 -3 0 0 416 vs. Nebraska 43 144 1 24 6 163 2 99 6-16-1 163 2 99 5 90 0 31 0 0 0 20 307 Totals 486 2209 26 75 293 4085 31 98 293-459-12 4085 31 98 25 465 0 48 25 73 0 17 6294 Opponent 520 1926 25 75 221 2956 18 99 221-382-7 2956 18 99 63 1349 1 99 10 43 0 20 4882

FR/ Int/ Blk/ Defense Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF Yds Yds QBH PBU Kick

|----------- PATs ------------| Att-Mad Ru Rc Saf Pts

GEORGIA 41 42 83 6-7 1-1 0 1-0 0-0 8 3 0 5-5 0 0 0 35 at Clemson 38 28 66 5-27 4-26 2 1-0 1-18 - 3 0 5-5 0 0 0 38 33 38 71 4-15 2-7 1 1-0 0-0 6 2 0 5-5 0 0 0 41 GEORGIA South Carolina 45 36 81 8-26 2-16 0 0-0 0-0 - 1 0 3-4 0 0 0 30

GEORGIA 32 36 68 10-42 2-17 0 0-0 1-0 10 6 0 6-6 0 0 0 45 43 34 77 2-4 0-0 1 1-0 1-0 - 3 1 3-3 0 0 0 21 North Texas GEORGIA 39 40 79 7-33 4-26 0 1-0 0-0 5 7 0 5-5 0 0 0 44 29 44 73 2-4 0-0 0 0-0 1-4 - 3 0 5-5 0 0 0 41 LSU

GEORGIA 34 38 72 4-18 3-16 0 1-0 0-0 9 5 0 4-4 0 0 0 34 at Tennessee 44 24 68 7-20 1-7 0 0-0 0-0 - 3 1 4-4 0 0 0 31 44 22 66 7-35 4-31 0 0-0 0-0 9 2 0 2-2 0 0 0 26 GEORGIA Missouri 36 40 76 4-14 2-12 2 2-21 2-7 - 8 0 5-6 0 0 0 41

GEORGIA 35 50 85 5-29 3-25 0 0-0 2-40 10 5 0 3-3 0 0 0 27 at Vanderbilt 35 28 63 4-7 0-0 2 2-10 1-0 - 7 0 4-4 0 0 0 31 GEORGIA 46 18 64 7-35 4-28 0 0-0 0-0 15 4 0 2-2 0 0 0 23 vs. Florida 42 14 56 2-15 2-15 0 1-10 0-0 - 2 0 1-1 0 1 1 20

GEORGIA 45 28 73 7-45 3-32 2 1-4 1-16 14 5 1 6-6 0 0 0 45 Appalachian State 42 26 68 2-2 0-0 2 1-0 2-15 - 3 0 0-0 0 0 0 6 GEORGIA 58 30 88 4-14 2-11 1 0-0 0-0 7 6 1 5-5 0 0 0 38 Auburn 44 16 60 2-6 1-5 1 0-0 1-0 - 6 0 4-4 0 0 0 43

GEORGIA 33 22 55 10-28 4-20 4 3-5 0-0 7 2 0 8-8 0 0 0 59 Kentucky 46 40 86 2-5 1-3 0 1-0 1-5 - 2 0 2-2 0 0 0 17 GEORGIA 66 8 74 6-17 0-0 1 0-0 2-22 5 1 0 5-5 0 0 0 41 at Georgia Tech 47 12 59 9-33 5-25 0 0-0 1-5 - 3 0 4-4 0 0 0 34

GEORGIA 44 10 54 4-19 1-8 1 0-0 1-0 4 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 19 vs. Nebraska 56 18 74 5-38 4-31 2 1-0 1-4 - 6 0 3-3 0 0 0 24 Totals 550 382 932 81-337 33-222 10 8-9 7-78 109 48 2 57-57 0 0 0 477 Opponent 547 360 907 54-201 22-140 12 10-41 12-58 - 50 2 43-45 0 1 1 377

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2013 Final statistics INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM SUPERLATIVES LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE: 75 yards by Todd Gurley vs. Clemson LONGEST PASS PLAY: 98 yards by Aaron Murray to Reggie Davis vs. North Texas LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN: 75 yards by Todd Gurley vs. Clemson LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS: 98 yards by Aaron Murray to Reggie Davis vs. North Texas LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 17 yards by Reggie Davis vs. Missouri LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 48 yards by J.J. Green vs. Nebraska LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 39 yards by Shaq Wiggins vs. Vanderbilt LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN: 4 yards by Jordan Jenkins vs. Appalachian State LONGEST PUNT: 61 yards by Collin Barber vs. North Texas LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 56 yards by Marshall Morgan vs. Tennessee MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 30 by Todd Gurley vs. South Carolina MOST YARDS RUSHING: 154 by Todd Gurley vs. Clemson MOST PASS COMPLETIONS: 33 by Aaron Murray vs. Auburn MOST YARDS PASSING: 415 by Aaron Murray vs. Auburn MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN: 4 by Aaron Murray, three times, vs. South Carolina, LSU, and Kentucky MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT: 2 by Michael Bennett vs. LSU, Rantavious Wooten vs. Tennessee, Todd Gurley vs. Kentucky, and Arthur Lynch vs. Kentucky MOST PASSES CAUGHT: 10 by Todd Gurley vs. Auburn MOST YARDS RECEIVING: 134 by Reggie Davis vs. North Texas MOST POINTS SCORED BY NON-KICKER: 24 by Todd Gurley vs. Georgia Tech MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING: 14 by Marshall Morgan vs. LSU MOST TOTAL TACKLES: 18 by Ramik Wilson vs. Auburn MOST SOLO TACKLES: 10 by Amarlo Herrera vs. Georgia Tech MOST SACKS: 2.5 by Garrison Smith vs. Florida MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS: 3 by Jordan Jenkins vs. Vanderbilt and Garrison Smith vs. Kentucky MOST INTERCEPTIONS: 1 by Tray Matthews vs. North Texas, Corey Moore vs. Vanderbilt, Shaq Wiggins, twice, vs. Vanderbilt and Nebraska, Amarlo Herrera vs. Appalachian State, Quincy Mauger vs. Georgia Tech, and Josh Harvey-Clemons vs. Georgia Tech MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED: 2 by Josh Harvey-Clemons vs. Kentucky MOST EXTRA POINTS/FIELD GOALS BLOCKED: 1 by Jordan Jenkins vs. Appalachian State and by Leonard Floyd vs. Auburn MOST PUNTS: 5, twice, by Collin Barber vs. Clemson and North Texas BEST PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3 attempts): 49.8 by Collin Barber vs. North Texas

POINTS SCORED: FIRST DOWNS: by Rushing by Passing by Penalties RUSHING YARDS: PASSING YARDS: TOTAL OFFENSE: TOTAL PLAYS: RUSHING ATTEMPTS: PASSING ATTEMPTS: PASSES COMPLETED: PASSES INTERCEPTED: FUMBLES: FUMBLES LOST: TURNOVERS: QUARTERBACK SACKS: TACKLES FOR LOSS: YARDS PENALIZED:

Georgia High

59 vs. Kentucky 35 vs. Kentucky 15 vs. Kentucky 20 vs. Appalachian State 4 vs. Missouri 238 vs. Tennessee 450 vs. North Texas 641 vs. North Texas 82 vs. Kentucky, Nebraska 53 vs. South Carolina 49 vs. Auburn 33 vs. Auburn 2 vs. Missouri, App St 4 vs. Vanderbilt 2 vs. Missouri, Vanderbilt 4 vs. Missouri 4 vs. LSU, MIZZ, UF, UK 10 vs. North Texas, UK 84 vs. Clemson

Georgia Low

19 vs. Nebraska 16 vs. Vanderbilt 6 vs. Clemson, Nebraska 6 vs. Vanderbilt 0 vs. Appalachian State 96 vs. Nebraska 114 vs. Vanderbilt 221 vs. Vanderbilt 61 vs. Florida 25 vs. Auburn 23 vs. South Carolina 16 vs. Vanderbilt, Florida 0 vs. USC, Tennessee, UF 0 vs. Tennessee, Georgia Tech 0 vs. USC, LSU, UT, GT 0 vs. USC, Tennessee 0 vs. Georgia Tech 4 vs. USC, UT, AU, UN 16 vs. South Carolina

SEASON KICKING STATISTICS

Opponent High Opponent Low

43 vs. Auburn 29 vs. Auburn 19 vs. Auburn 17 vs. LSU 4 vs. Missouri, App St 323 vs. Auburn 372 vs. LSU 566 vs. Auburn 84 vs. Auburn 58 vs. Georgia Tech 41 vs. North Texas 26 vs. North Texas 2 vs. Vanderbilt, Ga. Tech 6 vs. Kentucky 3 vs. Kentucky 3 vs. Kentucky 5 vs. Georgia Tech 9 vs. Georgia Tech 70 vs. Florida

6 vs. App. State 10 vs. Kentucky 1 vs. North Texas 5 vs. Nebraska 0 vs. South Carolina, LSU 7 vs. North Texas 149 vs. Kentucky 211 vs. Kentucky 47 vs. Kentucky 25 vs. North Texas 16 vs. Nebraska 6 vs. Nebraska 0 vs. CU, USC, LSU, UT, UM, UF, AU, UK 0 vs. UNT, MIZZ, VU, UF 0 vs. UNT, MIZZ, VU, UF, GT, UN 0 vs. MIZZ, UF, AU 0 vs. UNT, LSU, UT, VU, ASU 2 vs. UNT, LSU, UF, ASU, AU, UK 15 vs. Kentucky

CAREER KICKING STATISTICS

Avg FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Long Blk KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Ret. Yd Ln Marshall Morgan Marshall Morgan......72 4333 60.2 17 0 Collin Barber........ 15 912 60.8 4 0 Adam Erickson..........1 43 43.0 0 1 Total.................... 88 5288 60.1 21 1 1349 26 Opponents.......... 75 4700 62.7 47 2 465 24

FG Sequence (makes in parenthesis)

GA

Clemson ---South Carolina (22)(37) North Texas 52 (27) LSU (25)(55)(38) Tennessee (56) 39 (42) Missouri (29) (28) Vanderbilt (22) (23) Florida (49) (27) (32) Appalachian State (42) Auburn (37) Kentucky (41) Georgia Tech (40) (32) Nebraska (38) (28) (38) (30)

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2012 2013 Total Patrick Beless 2013 Total

8-13 61.5 0-0 3-3 2-3 1-3 2-4 52 MU 0 22-24 91.7 0-0 8-8 7-8 5-5 2-3 56 TENN 0 30-37 81.1 0-0 10-10 6-8 6-8 4-7 56 TENN 0 2-2 100.0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 37 USC 0 2-2 100.0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 37 USC 0

No Ret Ret Pct Net Pct NET PUNTING No. Yds Avg Ret Yds Avg Ret TB Avg Blk I20 I20 Long 50+ Collin Barber 2012 57 2371 41.6 14 156 11.1 24.5 3 37.8 0 18 31.6 60 OM 8 2013 29 1279 44.1 10 43 4.3 34.5 0 42.6 0 9 31.0 61 NT 3 Totals 86 3650 42.4 24 199 8.3 27.9 3 39.4 0 27 31.4 61 NT 11 Adam Erickson 2012 8 296 37.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 3 29.5 0 5 62.5 46 FAU 0 2013 13 527 40.5 0 0 0.0 0.0 2 37.5 0 5 38.4 52 GT 2 Totals 21 823 39.1 0 0 0.0 0.0 5 34.4 0 10 47.6 52 GT 2


The last time IN A SINGLE GAME THAT GEORGIA HAD...

30 or more first downs – Kentucky 2013 (35) 25–29 first downs – Georgia Tech 2013 (25) 11–15 first downs – Florida 2012 (14) 10 or fewer first downs – Virginia Tech 2006 (9) 500 or more yards rushing – South Carolina 1974 (502) 400 or more yards rushing – Vanderbilt 1990 (414) 300–399 yards rushing – Vanderbilt 2012 (302) 51–100 yards rushing – Nebraska 2014 (96) 50 or fewer yards rushing – LSU 2009 (45) Two 100–yard rushers – Auburn 2012 – Gurley (116) & Marshall (105) 400 or more yards passing – Auburn 2013 (415) 300–399 yards passing – Nebraska 2014 (320) 51–100 yards passing – Georgia Tech 2009 (76) 50 or fewer yards passing – Auburn 1990 (28) Zero yards passing – Auburn 1976 Two 100–yard passers – Kentucky 2013— Murray (183) & Mason (189) Two 100–yard receivers – Nebraska 2013 ­— Conley (136) & King (104) 100–yard rusher & receiver – Georgia Tech 2013 — Conley (129) & Gurley (128) 600 or more yards total offense – Kentucky 2013 (602) 500–599 yards total offense – Auburn 2013 (532) 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 – New Mexico State 2011 (63) Zero points – Alabama 1995 (31–0) Five or more rushing TDs – Clemson 2013 (5) Five or more passing TDs – Kentucky 2013 (5) Failed to score a TD – Central Florida 2010 Both Returned a punt & a kick–off for TDs – Tennessee 2006 Recorded a safety – Nebraska 2013 (blocked punt, recovered out of bounds) Five or more sacks – Nebraska 2013 (5) Both Blocked a punt & a field goal – Texas A&M 2009 Both Recovered & Returned Fumbles for TDs – Virginia 2000 Zero punts – Georgia Tech 2009 Zero penalties – Northeast Louisiana 1997 Zero penalties & zero turnovers – Northeast Louisiana 1997

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT A GEORGIA PLAYER...

Rushed 45 or more times – Herschel Walker vs. Florida 1981 (47) Rushed 30–44 times – Todd Gurley vs. South Carolina 2013 (30) Rushed for over 250 yards – Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss 1981 (265) Rushed for 200–249 yards – Verron Haynes vs. Georgia Tech 2001 (207) Rushed for 150–199 yards – Todd Gurley vs. Clemson 2013 (154) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Brandon Boykin vs. Boise State 2011 (80) Had a run of 50–79 yards – J.J. Green vs. Missouri 2013 (57) Attempted 60 or more passes – Cory Phillips vs. Georgia Tech 2000 (62) Attempted 50–59 passes – Quincy Carter vs. Georgia Tech 1999 (55) Attempted 40–49 passes – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (49) Completed 30 or more passes – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (33) Completed 25–29 passes – Aaron Murray vs. Missouri 2013 (25) 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 – Todd Gurley vs. Auburn 2013 (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 – Chris Conley vs. Georgia Tech 2013 (129) Had 400 yards total offense – Aaron Murray vs. Auburn 2013 (452) Scored four or more TDs – Todd Gurley vs. Georgia Tech 2013 (4) Scored three TDs – Todd Gurley vs. Tennessee 2012 Rushed for four or more TDs – Washaun Ealey vs. Kentucky 2010 (5) Rushed for three TDs – Todd Gurley vs. Georgia Tech 2013 Passed for five or more TDs – Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska 2013 (5) Passed for four TDs – Aaron Murray vs. Kentucky 2013 Caught three TD passes – Mohamed Massaquoi vs. Georgia Tech 2008 Caught two TD passes – Todd Gurley & Arthur Lynch vs. Kentucky 2013 Rushed for and received a TD – Todd Gurley vs. Georgia Tech 2013 Kicked four or more FGs – Marshall Morgan vs. Nebraska 2014 (4) Blocked a PAT – Kwame Geathers vs. Florida Atlantic 2012 Blocked a FG – Leonard Floyd vs. Auburn 2013 Blocked a FG & a PAT in a game – Jamie Henderson vs. Vanderbilt 2000 Blocked a punt – Shawn Williams vs. Nebraska 2013 Returned a punt for a TD – Brandon Boykin vs. Michigan State 2012 (92) 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 – Todd Gurley vs. Buffalo 2012 (100) Returned an int. for a TD – Shaq Wiggins vs. Vanderbilt 2013 (39) Recovered a fumble for a TD – Marcus Howard vs. Hawai’i 2007 Returned a fumble for a TD – Justin Houston vs. Georgia Tech 2010 (18) Returned a PAT for two points – Tim Wansley vs. Vanderbilt 2000 (86) Attempted a two–point cov. – Missouri 2013 (Aaron Murray pass failed) Attempted an onside kick – Collin Barber 2013 vs. South Carolina (successful)

Attempted a fake punt – Collin Barber vs. Clemson 2013 (5 yard rush/1st down) Attempted a fake FG – Quincy Carter vs. Auburn 1998 (int. in end zone) Scored 10–14 points kicking – Marshall Morgan vs. Nebraska 2014 (13) Scored 15 or more points kicking – Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech 2002 (15) Kicked a 60–yard FG – Kevin Butler vs. Clemson 1984 (60) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Marshall Morgan vs. Tennessee (56) Missed or had a PAT kick blocked – Marshall Morgan vs. Kentucky 2012 Threw five interceptions – Quincy Carter vs. South Carolina 2000 (5) Intercepted two passes – Damian Swann vs. Nebraska 2013 Intercepted three passes – Tra Battle vs. Auburn 2006 Recovered two fumbles – Josh Harvey-Clemons vs. Kentucky 2013 Had three or more sacks – Jarvis Jones vs. Florida 2012 (3) Had four or more TFLs – Jarvis Jones vs. Florida 2012 (4.5) Had a 70–yard punt – Drew Butler vs. Oklahoma State 2009 (75) Had a 60–69 yard punt – Collin Barber vs. North Texas 2013 (61)

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT AN OPPOSING TEAM HAD... 30 or more first downs – Georgia Tech 2010 (32) 25–29 first downs – Georgia Tech 2013 (25) 10 or fewer first downs – Kentucky 2013 (10) 400 or more yards rushing – Georgia Tech 2010 (411) 300–399 yards rushing – Auburn 2013 (323) 250–299 yards rushing – Georgia Tech 2013 (263) 11–50 yards rushing – Appalachian State 2013 (32) 10 or fewer yards rushing – North Texas 2013 (7) Negative yards rushing – Florida 2011 (-19) Two 100–yard rushers – Auburn 2013 - Mason (118) & Marshall (101) 500 or more yards passing – Kentucky 2000 (528) 400–499 yards passing – Arkansas 2009 (408) 350–399 yards passing – LSU 2013 (372) 50 or fewer yards passing – Georgia Southern 2012 (16) Zero yards passing – Cal State Fullerton 1992 Four or more TD rushes – Auburn 2013 (4) Four or more TD passes – Kentucky 2010 (4) Two 100–yard passers – Vanderbilt 2013 - Carta-Samuels (111) & Robinette (107) 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 – Auburn 2013 (566) 50 or more points – Tennessee 2006 (51) 40–49 points – Auburn 2013 (43) Zero points – Auburn 2012 (38-0) 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 – Tennessee 2013 (Collin Barber, punter) Blocked a FG – Auburn 2008 (Blair Walsh, kicker)

IN A SINGLE GAME THAT 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 – Branden Oliver of Buffalo 2012 (30) Rushed for 200 or more yards – Roddy Jones of Georgia Tech 2008 (214) Rushed for 150–199 yards – Eddie Lacy of Alabama 2012 (181) Had a run of 80 yards or more – Justin Vincent of LSU 2003 (87) Had a run of 50–79 yards – Mike Davis of South Carolina 2013 (75) Attempted 60 or more passes – Drew Brees of Purdue 1999 (60) Attempted 50–59 passes – Kirk Cousins of Michigan State 2012 (50) Attempted 45–49 passes – Omar Haugabook of Troy 2007 (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 – Zach Mettenberger of LSU 2013 (372) Caught 15 or more passes – Keith Edwards of Vanderbilt 1983 (17) Caught 10–14 passes – Andrew Peacock of Appalachian State 2013 (12) Caught for 200 or more yards – Ronney Daniels of Auburn 1999 (249) Caught for 100–199 yards – Quincy Enunwa of Nebraska 2014 (129) 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 – Onterio McCalebb of Auburn 2010 (3) Returned a punt for a TD – Ace Sanders of South Carolina 2012 (70) Returned a blocked punt for a TD – Devaun Swafford of Tennessee 2013 (15) Recovered a punt for a TD – Zac Whitfield of North Texas 2013 Returned a kickoff for a TD – Brelan Chancellor of North Texas 2013 (99) Returned an interception for a TD – Will Compton of Nebraska 2013 (24) Recovered a fumble for a TD – Joe Bock of Virginia 1979 Returned a fumble for a TD – Michael Sam of Missouri 2013 (21) Attempted a fake punt – Trey Barrow of Missouri 2012 (3 yard rush, failed) Attempted a fake FG – Carey Spear of Vanderbilt 2013 (3 yard rush, successful) Scored 10 or more points kicking – Harrison Butker of Georgia Tech 2013 (10) Kicked a 50–yard FG – Colt David of LSU 2008 (51) Intercepted two passes – Darqueze Dennard of Michigan State 2012

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CLEMSON

SOUTH CAROLINA

Fifth-ranked Georgia dropped its season opener by a score of 38-35 to No. 8 Clemson in front of a crowd of 83,830 and an ABC national television audience. Clemson scored first, but the Bulldogs responded less than 15 seconds later when Todd Gurley raced past the Tiger defense for a 75-yard touchdown run. The offensive showdown continued as Clemson receiver Sammy Watkins hauled in a 77-yard pass to give the Tigers the early 14-7 lead less than two minutes later. The Bulldogs responded again, this time with sophomore tailback Keith Marshall finding the end zone on a 4-yard run to knot the score at 14-all. Quayvon Hicks then had his first career touchdown run at the 13-minute mark of the second quarter to give the Bulldogs their only lead of the night at 21-14. The Tigers opened the scoring in the second half to jump back in front. Gurley once again responded midway through the third quarter, this time with a 12-yard run that tied the game once again for the Bulldogs. Clemson took a 31-28 lead on a short field goal with 4:46 left in the third quarter. After an errant snap foiled Georgia’s own chance at a field goal, the Tigers scored again to build a 38-28 lead. Murray led one final drive for the Bulldogs, culminating in a 1-yard run by the quarterback that trimmed the Tigers’ lead to three with 80 seconds remaining. Clemson, however, recovered Georgia’s ensuing onside kick and secured the win by running out what little time remained.

The 11th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs earned a 41-30 win over the No. 6 South Carolina in front of 92,746 fans and a national ESPN audience. The Gamecocks opened the game with an 11-play, 57-yard drive that resulted in a 36-yard field goal. Georgia responded with a six-play, 60-yard drive that took just two minutes, capped by a 3-yard TD pass from Aaron Murray to Arthur Lynch. The Bulldogs then recovered an on-side kick near midfield and marched down to the South Carolina 7-yard line before Patrick Beless connected on his first-ever field goal attempt to extend the Georgia lead to 10-3 with 2:51 left in the first quarter. Murray’s 6-yard TD pass to Keith Marshall gave UGA a 17-3 and started a wild second quarter that produced 35 points and a 24-all tie at halftime. Another Beless field goal midway through the 3rd quarter gave Georgia a 27-24 lead. The Bulldogs then made it a 10-point game when Murray found Gurley in the corner of the end zone on an 8-yard touchdown strike with 18 seconds left in the quarter. South Carolina responded with a touchdown run by Mike Davis, but a missed extra point kept the margin at four points. On the Bulldogs’ next possession Murray found Justin Scott-Wesley streaking down the sideline for an 85-yard touchdown that put Georgia up 41-30 with 13 minutes to play. A goal-line stand by the Georgia defense on South Carolina’s next possession sealed the win for the Bulldogs.

Aug. 31, 2013 • Memorial Stadium - Clemson, S.C.

Georgia Clemson

14 7 7 7 = 35 14 7 10 7 = 38

CU - Tajh Boyd 4-yard run (Chandler Catanzaro kick), 09:29 1Q GA - Todd Gurley 75-yard run (Patrick Beless kick), 09:17 1Q CU - Sammy Watkins 77-yard pass from T. Boyd (C. Catanzaro kick), 08:58 1Q GA - Keith Marshall 4-yard run (P. Beless kick), 04:12 1Q GA - Quayvon Hicks 1-yard run (P. Beless kick), 13:00 2Q CU - T. Boyd 2-yard run (C. Catanzaro kick), 01:54 2Q CU - Zac Brooks 31-yard pass from T. Boyd (C. Catanzaro kick), 10:58 3Q GA -Todd Gurley 12-yard run (P. Beless kick), 07:41, 3Q CU - C. Catanzaro 24-yard field goal, 04:46 3Q CU - Stanton Seckinger 9-yard pass from T. Boyd (C. Catanzaro kick), 07:40 4Q GA - A. Murray 1-yard run (P. Beless kick), 01:19 4Q

team STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing CU - McDowell UGA - Gurley Passing CU - Boyd UGA - Murray

UGA 22 41-222 20-29-323-1 70-545 3-1 9-84 6-263 (43.8) 0-0 (0.0) 32:18 4-of-14 2-of-3 1-1

CLEMSON 21 46-197 18-30-270-0 76-467 1-1 5-38 7-287 (41.0) 3-60 (20.0) 27:42 7-of-16 1-of-1 4-26

Georgia 10 14 10 7 = 41 South Carolina 3 21 0 6 = 30 SC - Elliott Fry 36-yard field goal, 09:28 1Q GA - Arthur Lynch 3-yard pass from Aaron Murray (P. Beless kick), 07:28 1Q GA - Patrick Beless 22-yard field goal, 02:51 1Q GA - Keith Marshall 6-yard pass from Aaron Murray (P. Beless kick), 12:22 2Q SC - Brandon Wilds 7-yard run (Elliott Fry kick), 07:07 2Q SC - Nick Jones 18-yard pass from Connor Shaw (Elliott Fry kick), 05:07 2Q GA - Todd Gurley 2-yard run (Patrick Beless kick), 01:42 2Q SC - Nick Jones 30-yard pass from Connor Shaw (Elliott Fry kick), 00:13 2Q GA - Patrick Beless 37-yard field goal, 08:03 3Q GA - Todd Gurley 8-yard pass from Aaron Murray (P. Beless kick), 00:18 3Q SC - Mike Davis 3-yard run (Elliott Fry kick failed), 13:55 4Q GA - J. Scott-Wesley 85-yard pass from A. Murray (P. Beless kick), 13:00 4Q

team STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Att. Yds. TD Long 22 132 0 36 12 154 2 75

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 18 30 270 3 20 29 323 0

Receiving CU - Watkins UGA - Bennett

Rec. Yds. TD Long 6 127 1 77 5 60 0 22

Punting CU - Pinion UGA - Barber

No. 7 5

Tackles CU - Shuey UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 5 7 12 2 11 13

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Sept. 7, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga.

Yds. 287 237

Avg. 41.0 47.4

Long 55 57

Rushing SC - Davis UGA - Gurley Passing SC - Shaw UGA - Murray

UGA USC 25 21 53-227 36-226 17-23-309-0 16-25-228-0 76-536 61-454 1-0 1-1 5-16 5-40 1-46 (46.0) 2-92 (46.0) 2-39 (19.5) 6-111 (18.5) 35:20 24:40 6-of-14 5-of-11 2-of-3 1-of-3 2-7 2-16

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Att. Yds. TD Long 16 149 1 75 30 132 1 19

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 16 25 228 2 17 23 309 4

Receiving SC - Jones UGA - Scott-Wesley

Rec. Yds. TD Long 6 97 2 30 3 116 1 85

Punting SC - Hull UGA - Barber

No. 2 1

Tackles SC - Lewis UGA - Herrera

UT AT Tot. 5 7 12 5 7 12

Yds. 92 46

Avg. 46.0 46.0

Long 48 46


2013 game summaries

NORTH TEXAS

Sept. 21, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga. The No. 9 ranked Georgia football team earned a 45-21 win over the North Texas Mean Green in front of 92,746 fans and an SEC TV audience. The Georgia offense marched 69 yards in 2:01 on its third possession of the game to get on the board first. Aaron Murray connected with Keith Marshall and Jay Rome to pick up key first downs on the drive before Todd Gurley rushed for a 12-yard touchdown with 3:41 left in the first quarter. On the first play of the second quarter, Murray found Reggie Davis streaking up the middle for a 98-yard touchdown pass that was the longest offensive play in Georgia football history. It was also Murray’s 100th career touchdown pass, and put the Bulldogs up 14-0. North Texas eventually drew even at 21 on a pair of unconventional touchdowns. Brelan Chancellor’s 99-yard kickoff return completed first-half scoring. Then, on the first possession of the third quarter, Zac Whitfield blocked a Collin Barber punt and recovered in the end zone for a tying TD. Georgia responded with four unanswered scores, first a 1-yard Murray run on Georgia’s next possession. A 4-yard pass from Murray to Chris Conley completed scoring in the third quarter. A 1-yard run by J.J. Green with just 1:46 left boosted the final margin beyond the true closeness of the game. Georgia North Texas

7 14 14 10 = 45 0 14 7 0 = 21

GA - Todd Gurley 12-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 03:41 1Q GA - Reggie Davis 98-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 14:46 2Q NT - Darnell Smith 20-yard pass from Derek Thompson (Z. Paul kick), 09:53 2Q GA - Arthur Lynch 16-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 07:27 2Q NT - Brelan Chancellor 99-yard kickoff return (Zach Paul kick), 07:12 2Q NT - Zac Whitfield 0-yard blocked punt return (Zach Paul kick), 14:17 3Q GA - Aaron Murray 1-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 07:11 3Q GA - Chris Conley 4-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 00:43 3Q GA - Marshall Morgan 27-yard field goal, 03:45 4Q GA - J.J. Green 1-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 01:46 4Q

team STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing NT - Byrd UGA - Gurley Passing NT - Thompson UGA - Murray

UGA UNT 25 13 43-191 25-7 23-31-450-1 26-41-238-1 74-641 66-245 1-1 0-0 6-42 4-25 5-249 (49.8) 10-424 (42.4) 1-19 (19.0) 5-173 (34.6) 32:03 27:57 6-of-13 4-of-16 0-of-0 1-of-2 2-17 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Att. Yds. TD Long 11 23 0 8 21 91 1 12

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 36 202 1 30 17 23 309 4

Receiving Rec. Yds. TD Long NT - Smith 6 39 1 20 UGA - Conley 5 63 1 43 Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long NT - Macek 9 412 45.8 61 UGA - Barber 5 249 49.8 61 Tackles NT - Akunne UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 4 8 12 6 3 9

LSU

Sept. 28, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga. In its third game against a top-10 team, 9th-ranked Georgia won a 44-41 shootout with No. 6 LSU in front of a sellout crowd of 92,746 and a national CBS audience. Each team scored a touchdown on its first possession, setting the tone for this back-and-forth duel. By halftime, Georgia and LSU had already amassed nearly 500 yards of offense, and the Bulldogs held a precarious 24-17 lead. Late in the third quarter, momentum appeared to swing in the Tigers’ favor. LSU tied the score at 27 on a 39-yard pass play from Zach Mettenberger to Jarvis Landry. The Tiger defense then forced one of only two Georgia punts on the day. Odell Beckham bobbled the punt, however, and Connor Norman recovered for Georgia at the LSU 20-yard line. Three plays later Aaron Murray found Michael Bennett for a 21-yard score that pushed Georgia back in front 34-27. Still, LSU managed to nudge ahead 41-37 on a Jeremy Hill run with 4:14 left in the game. Murray then led Georgia 75 yards in six plays for the winning score, a 25-yard pass to Justin Scott-Wesley with just 1:47 left. The Bulldog defense forced Mettenberger into four incompletions on LSU’s last chance. Georgia was able to run out the final 51 seconds on offense. LSU 14 3 10 14 = 41 Georgia 14 10 10 10 = 44 GA - Michael Bennett 5-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 11:40 1Q LSU - K. Boone 48-yard pass from Z. Mettenberger (C. Delahoussaye kick), 08:52 1Q LSU - K. Boone 4-yard pass from Z. Mettenberger (C. Delahoussaye kick), 02:51 1Q GA - Chris Conley 25-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 00:55 1Q GA - Marshall Morgan 24-yard field goal, 08:16 2Q LSU - Colby Delahoussaye 49-yard field goal, 03:51 2Q GA - Aaron Murray 1-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 00:20 2Q LSU - Colby Delahoussaye 39-yard field goal, 09:50 3Q GA - Marshall Morgan 55-yard field goal, 06:42 3Q LSU - J. Landry 39-yard pass from Z. Mettenberger (C. Delahoussaye kick), 03:40 3Q GA - Michael Bennett 21-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 01:33 3Q LSU - Kenny Hilliard 2-yard run (C. Delahoussaye kick), 12:17 4Q GA - Marshall Morgan 38-yard field goal, 08:09 4Q LSU - Jeremy Hill 8-yard run (C. Delahoussaye kick), 04:14 4Q GA - J. Scott-Wesley 25-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 01:47 4Q

team STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing LSU - Hill UGA - Marshall

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Passing LSU - Mettenberger UGA - Murray

Receiving LSU - Landry UGA - Conley Punting LSU - Keehn UGA - Barber

UGA LSU 28 22 36-196 36-77 20-34-298-1 23-37-372-0 70-494 73-449 1-0 2-1 5-35 5-40 2-97 (48.5) 2-86 (43.0) 4-74 (18.5) 7-175 (25.0) 28:27 31:33 4-of-11 10-of-15 1-of-1 0-of-1 4-26 0-0

Tackles LSU - Welter UGA - Harvey-Clemons

Att. Yds. TD Long 21 86 1 16 20 96 0 19

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 23 37 372 3 20 34 298 4 Rec. Yds. TD Long 10 156 1 39 5 112 1 33 No. 2 2

Yds. 86 97

Avg. 43.0 48.5

UT AT Tot. 1 8 9 6 9 15

Long 44 49

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TENNESSEE

MISSOURI

Oct. 5, 2013 • Neyland Stadium - Knoxville, Tenn. In its third SEC matchup of the season, sixth-ranked Georgia won an overtime nailbiter over Tennessee 34-31 in front of a national CBS audience and a crowd of more than 102,000. On its opening drive, Georgia took an early 3-0 lead with a 56-yard field goal by Marshall Morgan. The Bulldogs extended the lead on their next drive when Murray connected with a diving Chris Conley for a touchdown. Georgia took a 17-3 into halftime after Murray found Rantavious Wooten for a short scoring pass with 5:09 left in the second quarter. Tennessee drew even at 17 by cashing in a pair of Georgia miscues: first a missed field goal and then a blocked punt. The latter was returned 15 yards by Devaun Swafford for a tying score with 1:25 left in the third quarter. The Vols later forged ahead at 31-24 on a 7-yard run by Rajion Neal with just 1:54 remaining. Murray then marched Georgia 75 yards in 10 plays -- aided by two key penalties on UT -- and tied the score on a dramatic fourth-down, 2-yard pass to Wooten with just five seconds left in regulation. Tennessee appeared to have scored first in overtime, but a fumble by Pig Howard near the goal line resulted in an empty possession for the Vols. Morgan then drilled a 42-yard field goal on Georgia’s fourth overtime play, sealing the 34-31 Bulldog victory. Georgia Tennessee

10 0

7 0 3 14

14 14

3 = 34 0 = 31

GA - Marshall Morgan 56-yard field goal, 12:12 1Q GA - Chris Conley 1-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 03:53 1Q UT - Michael Palardy 26-yard field goal, 10:15 2Q GA - Rantavious Wooten 4-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 05:09 2Q UT - Marquez North 19-yard pass from Justin Worley (M. Palardy kick), 07:10 3Q UT - Devaun Swafford 15-yard blocked punt return (M. Palardy kick), 01:25 3Q GA - Brendan Douglas 3-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 14:55 4Q UT - Rajion Neal 1-yard run (Michael Palardy kick), 11:15 4Q UT - Rajion Neal 7-yard run (Michael Palardy kick), 01:54 4Q GA - Rantavious Wooten 2-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 00:05 4Q GA - Marshall Morgan 42-yard field goal, OT

team STATISTICS UGA

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

Rushing UT - Neal UGA - Green

22 37-238 19-35-196-0 72-434 0-0 6-41 5-170 (34.0) 1-18 (18.0) 29:16 4-of-13 1-of-1 3-16

UT

18 41-189 17-31-215-0 72-404 1-1 9-67 6-307 (51.2) 1-11 (11.0) 30:44 7-of-17 3-of-3 1-7

Att. Yds. TD Long 28 148 2 43 17 129 0 32

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 17 31 215 1 19 35 196 3 Rec. Yds. TD Long 4 70 0 33 6 38 2 10

Tackles UT - Johnson UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 6 6 12 8 7 15

70

No. 6 3

Yds. 307 124

Avg. 51.2 41.3

Missouri Georgia

7 21 0 13 = 41 7 3 10 6 = 26

GA - Brendan Douglas 7-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 03:44 1Q MU - James Franklin 5-yard run (Andrew Baggett kick), 01:00 1Q MU - L. Washington 16-yard pass from J. Franklin (A. Baggett kick), 12:33 2Q GA - Marshall Morgan 29-yard field goal, 09:54 2Q MU - Marcus Murphy 36-yard run (Andrew Baggett kick), 05:56 2Q MU - Michael Sam 21-yard fumble recovery (Andrew Baggett kick), 05:46 2Q GA - Marshall Morgan 28-yard field goal, 13:09 3Q GA - R. Wooten 7-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 03:23 3Q GA - C. Conley 10-yard pass from A. Murray (A. Murray pass failed), 12:15 4Q MU - L. Washington 40-yard pass from B. Sasser (A. Baggett kick failed), 09:22 4Q MU - Henry Josey 7-yard run (Andrew Baggett kick), 02:18 4Q First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

UGA 26 31-164 25-45-290-2 76-454 2-2 5-40 4-145 (36.2) 1-15 (15.0) 29:23 4-of-11 1-of-1 4-31

MU 23 37-142 22-31-233-0 68-375 0-0 10-57 7-269 (38.4) 2-58 (29.0) 30:37 5-of-12 0-of-0 2-12

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Receiving UT - Howard UGA - Wooten Punting UT - Palardy UGA - Barber

No. 7 Georgia dropped a 41-26 decision to No. 25 Missouri in front of 92,746 fans and a national ESPN audience. After the first three drives of the game resulted in punts, Aaron Murray led a 12play, 86-yard drive that gave Georgia a 7-0 lead. Missouri answered on the following drive, going 79 yards to tie the game on a 5-yard touchdown run by quarterback James Franklin. Missouri then took control of the game by scoring on three straight chances. Franklin found L’Damian Washington for a 16-yard TD. After Georgia answered with a Marshall Morgan field goal, Marcus Murphy scampered 36 yards for another Tiger score. On the first play of Georgia’s next drive, Murray was sacked by end Michael Sam, who picked up Murray’s fumble and ran 21 yards for a third Mizzou touchdown. The Bulldogs eventually scrapped back within 28-26 on Murray’s 10-yard TD pass to Chris Conley with 12:15 left in the game. After Georgia failed on a 2-point conversion, however, Missouri drove 75 yards for score, capped by a 40-yard pass from Bud Sasser to Washington. The Tigers added a final touchdown after intercepting Murray deep in UGA territory.

team STATISTICS

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Passing UT - Worley UGA - Murray

Oct. 12, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga.

Long 65 47

Rushing MU - Murphy UGA - Green Passing MU - Franklin UGA - Murray

Att. Yds. TD Long 5 57 1 36 12 87 0 57

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 18 27 170 1 25 45 290 3

Receiving MU - Washington UGA - Wooten

Rec. Yds. TD Long 7 115 2 40 4 83 1 48

Punting MU - Brinser UGA - Erickson

No. 7 2

Tackles MU - Wilson UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 4 7 11 8 1 9

Yds. 269 81

Avg. 38.4 40.5

Long 56 41


2013 game summaries

FLORIDA

VANDERBILT

Nov. 2, 2013 • EverBank Field - Jacksonville, Fla.

Oct. 19, 2013 • Vanderbilt Stadium - Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt outscored No. 15 Georgia 17-0 in the fourth quarter to claim a 31-27 victory before a crowd of 40,350 at Vanderbilt Stadium and a CBS national audience. The Bulldogs were able to strike first as Marshall Morgan capped off a nine-play, 49-yard drive with a 22-yard field goal. Vanderbilt quickly responded with a four-yard touchdown run by Jerron Seymour to put the Commodores in front. Late in the second quarter, freshman corner Shaq Wiggins returned an interception 39 yards for a Georgia score and a 17-14 lead. Aaron Murray helped the Bulldogs increase their lead on the team’s final possession of the half, running for a 2-yard TD that put them in front 24-14 at intermission. Momentum swung late in the third quarter, with Georgia leading 27-14, when Vandy recovered Damian Swann’s fumbled punt return at the UGA 36. Twice on the ensuing drive the Commodores converted fourth-down attempts, once on a controversial penalty against ILB Ramik Wilson. Patton Robinette’s 2-yard rush with 10:38 left cut the margin to 27-21. Vandy scored next on a 40-yard Corey Spear field goal with 4:44 remaining. After Georgia failed to gain a first down, punter Collin Barber was unable to field a high snap from center, and the Commodores cashed in by scoring the winning TD on the next play, a 13-yard run by Carey Spear with 2:53 left. Georgia Vanderbilt

10 14 3 0 = 27 7 7 0 17 = 31

GA - Marshall Morgan 22-yard field goal, 09:55 1Q VANDY - Jerron Seymour 4-yard run (Carey Spear kick), 04:16 1Q UGA - Aaron Murray 1-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 00:00 1Q VANDY - Carey Spear 3-yard run (Carey Spear kick), 09:00 2Q UGA - Shaq Wiggins 39-yard interception return (M. Morgan kick), 06:24 2Q UGA - Aaron Murray 2-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 00:27 2Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 23-yard field goal, 06:24 3Q VANDY - Patton Robinette 2-yard run (Carey Spear kick), 10:38 4Q VANDY - Carey Spear 40-yard field goal, 04:44 4Q VANDY - Jerron Seymour 13-yard run (Carey Spear kick), 02:53 4Q

team STATISTICS UGA

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

16 35-107 16-28-114-1 63-221 4-2 6-45 5-220 (44.0) 0-0 (0.0) 24:50 4-of-14 1-of-2 3-25

VU

21 38-119 21-35-218-2 73-337 0-0 7-63 5-190 (38.0) 5-98 (19.6) 35:10 5-of-15 2-of-2 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Rushing VU - Seymour UGA -Douglas Passing VU - Carta-Samuels UGA - Murray

Att. Yds. TD Long 19 75 2 17 17 84 0 16

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 12 20 111 0 16 28 114 0

Receiving VU - Matthews UGA - Conley

Rec. Yds. TD Long 11 89 0 17 5 40 0 15

Punting VU - Hudson UGA - Barber

No. 4 4

Tackles VU - Herring UGA - Swann

UT AT Tot. 5 5 10 6 4 10

Yds. 145 185

Avg. 36.2 46.2

Long 45 52

Georgia held on for a 23-20 win over Florida in front of a sellout crowd of 84,693 at EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla., and a national CBS audience. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter, scoring on their first two possessions of the game, first a five-yard run by Todd Gurley and a 73yard pass from Aaron Murray to Gurley. A 49-yard field goal by Marshall Morgan gave the Bulldogs a 17-0 lead. Georgia added another field goal on its next possession, this time a 27-yarder for a 20-0 advantage. Florida got its first points of the game five minutes into the second quarter on a 31-yard field goal by Frankie Velez. Late in the second quarter, after the Gators had failed to convert a fourth-down chance, the Bulldogs drove 42 yards for another Morgan field goal as the first half expired. Florida scored its first touchdown of the game on a 5-yard Mack Brown run with 6:21 left in the third quarter. The Gators capitalized on a fumbled lateral attempt from Murray to Arthur Lynch at the UGA 14-yarrd line, a mistake that seemed to shift the game’s momentum. Florida tacked on a safety late in the third quarter and drew within 23-20 on a touchdown pass just 40 seconds into the final period. After one more exchange of possessions, Georgia started its final drive with 8:17 left and the ball on its own 17-yard line. The Bulldogs successfully converted four third-down chances -- the fourth on a personal foul penalty against Florida -- to run out the clock and secure victory. Georgia 17 6 0 0 = 23 Florida 0 3 9 8 = 20

UGA - Todd Gurley 5-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 12:15 1Q UGA - Todd Gurley 73-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 09:19 1Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 49-yard field goal, 02:13 1Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 27-yard field goal, 14:37 2Q UF - Francisco Velez 31-yard field goal, 09:54 2Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 32-yard field goal, 00:00 2Q UF - Mack Brown 5-yard run (F. Velez kick), 06:21 3Q UF - Loucheiz Purifoy safety, 01:19 3Q UF - Tyler Murphy 14-yard run (C. Burton pass from T. Murphy) 14:20 4Q

team STATISTICS UGA

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing UF - Taylor UGA - Gurley Passing UF - Murphy UGA - Murray

21 35-156 16-26-258-0 61-414 1-1 6-45 2-85 (42.5) 4-76 (19.0) 26:26 7-of-12 0-of-1 4-28

UF

18 41-145 13-29-174-0 70-319 0-0 7-70 4-158 (39.5) 5-91 (18.2) 33:34 8-of-18 1-of-2 2-15

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Att. Yds. TD Long 20 76 0 10 17 100 1 30

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 13 29 174 0 16 25 258 1

Receiving UF - Dunbar UGA - Bennett

Rec. Yds. TD Long 4 91 0 83 5 59 0 19

Punting UF - Townsend UGA - Barber

No. 4 2

Tackles UF - Hargreaves UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 8 1 9 6 5 11

Yds. 158 85

Avg. 39.5 42.5

Long 43 46

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APPALACHIAN STATE

AUBURN

Nov. 9, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga.

Nov. 16, 2013 • Jordan-Hare Stadium - Auburn, Ala.

Georgia claimed a 45-6 win over Appalachian State on Homecoming in Sanford Stadium in front of a sellout crowd of 92,746 and a regional WSBTV television audience. The Mountaineers struck first, going 62 yards on the opening drive before Drew Stewart kicked a 33-yard field goal. Georgia responded with a six-play, 72-yard touchdown drive that culminated in Aaron Murray’s 35-yard TD pass to Rantavious Wooten. ASU added another three points with a career-best 49-yard field goal by Stewart. Georgia then answered by marching 68 yards on seven plays to go up 14-6, highlighted by a 23-yard pass from Murray to Michael Bennett. Georgia built a 31-6 advantage through three quarters, prompting Hutson Mason to play the final quarter in relief of Murray. After an Appalachian State fumble, Mason led Georgia on a 42-yard drive that was capped by his 3-yard TD pass to Kenneth Towns. The Bulldogs added one final touchdown with 8:29 left to play when Brendan Douglas ran for a two-yard touchdown that secured the 45-6 victory for Georgia.

Despite erasing a 20-point deficit in the fourth quarter, No. 25 Georgia dropped a 43-38 decision to No. 7 Auburn in front of a sellout crowd of 87,451 and a national CBS audience at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Auburn jumped out to an early 13-0 lead. The Tigers led 27-10 at halftime and 34-17 at the end of three quarters. Things looked bleak for the Bulldogs when Auburn took a 37-17 lead on a field goal with 12:39 left in the game. Georgia needed just over three minutes to answer, when Aaron Murray found Rantavious Wooten for a 5-yard TD pass with 9:35 left. After an Auburn punt, Murray marched the offense 56 yards for another score, this one coming on a 24-yard toss to Arthur Lynch with 5:59 remaining. Murray himself scored a go-ahead touchdown with 1:49 left on a dramatic, 4th-and-goal TD run of five yards. The score was allowed only after a lengthy review of the play by game officials. Auburn, however, scored the winning touchdown on its own 4th-down desperate try, a tipped 73-yard pass from Nick Marshall to Ricardo Louis with 25 seconds left.

App. State 6 0 0 0 = 6 Georgia 7 7 17 14 = 45

ASU - Drew Stewart 33-yard field goal, 7:09 1Q UGA - Rantavious Wooten 35-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 04:53 1Q ASU - Drew Stewart 49-yard field goal, 02:11 1Q UGA - Michael Bennett 23-yard pass from A. Murray (M. Morgan kick), 11:28 2Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 42-yard field goal, 12:59 3Q UGA - Todd Gurley 2-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 04:34 3Q UGA - J.J. Green 2-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 01:40 3Q UGA - Kenneth Towns 3-yard pass from Hutson Mason (M. Morgan kick), 12:53 4Q UGA - Brendan Douglas 2-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 08:29 4Q

team STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing ASU - Cox UGA - Gurley

UGA ASU 27 17 30-127 32-32 30-42-441-2 22-39-221-1 72-568 71-253 3-1 2-1 7-52 11-65 1-44 (44.0) 5-213 (42.6) 3-19 (6.3) 7-159 (22.7) 26:48 33:12 5-of-9 7-of-18 0-of-2 1-of-2 3-32 0-0

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Passing ASU - Bryant UGA - Murray

Att. Yds. TD Long 23 59 0 14 13 75 1 10

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 22 39 221 0 19 26 281 2

Receiving ASU - Peacock UGA - Wooten

Rec. Yds. TD Long 12 90 0 14 4 104 1 35

Punting ASU - Critcher UGA - Barber

No. 5 1

Tackles ASU - McGowan UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 5 2 7 8 4 12

72

Yds. 213 44

Avg. 42.6 44.0

Long 49 44

Auburn 10 17 7 9 = 43 Georgia 0 10 7 21 = 38

AU - Cody Parkey 22-yard field goal, 08:15 1Q AU - Corey Grant 21-yard run (Cody Parker kick), 04:29 1Q AU - Cody Parker 35-yard field goal, 13:07 2Q UGA - Todd Gurley 9-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 10:11 2Q AU - Nick Marshall 6-yard run (Cody Parkey kick), 08:32 2Q AU - Tre Mason 24-yard run (Cody Parkey kick) 1:07 2Q UGA - Marshall Morgan 37-yard field goal, 00:00 2Q UGA - Aaron Murray 16-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 11:01 3Q AU - Nick Marshall 5-yard run (Cody Parkey kick), 08:47 3Q AU - Cody Parkey 32-yard field goal, 12:39 4Q UGA - R. Wooten 5-yard pass from Aaron Murray (Marshall Morgan kick), 09:35 4Q UGA - Arthur Lynch 24-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 05:59 4Q UGA - Aaron Murray 5-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 01:49 4Q AU - R. Louis 73-yard pass from N. Marshall (J. Wallace pass failed), 00:25 4Q

team STATISTICS UGA AU

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing AU - Mason UGA - Gurley

29 25-117 33-49-415-1 74-532 1-0 8-60 4-153 (38.2) 0-0 (0.0) 25:03 6-of-12 1-of-2 2-11

29 57-323 16-27-243-0 84-566 2-0 8-65 3-120 (40.0) 6-108 (18.0) 34:57 5-of-15 2-of-2 1-5

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Passing AU - Marshall UGA - Murray

Att. Yds. TD Long 27 115 1 24 15 79 1 14

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 15 26 229 1 33 49 415 2

Receiving AU - Louis UGA - Wooten

Rec. Yds. TD Long 4 131 1 73 5 99 1 41

Punting AU - Clark UGA - Barber

No. 3 4

Tackles AU - Davis UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 7 1 8 12 6 18

Yds. 120 153

Avg. 40.0 38.2

Long 48 51


2013 game summaries

KENTUCKY

GEORGIA TECH

Nov. 23, 2013 • Sanford Stadium - Athens, Ga.

Nov. 30, 2013 • Bobby Dodd Stadium - Atlanta, Ga.

Georgia got touchdowns from six different players en route to a 59-17 win over Kentucky in front of a sold-out crowd of 92,746 and a national ESPNU audience. The Bulldogs were paced through the first half by senior Aaron Murray, who was an efficient 18-for-23 for 183 yards and four touchdowns. Junior Hutson Mason relieved Murray after he exited with a knee injury and went 13-for-19 for 189 yards and a touchdown. The Bulldogs needed just 64 seconds to score the game’s first touchdown on a 9-yard pass from Murray to Rhett McGowan. Georgia scored again on its next possession when Todd Gurley took a pass from Murray and ran 16 yards, the last of which came on a dive into the end zone. Following a fumble recovery by Jordan Jenkins on Kentucky’s next possession, Georgia took over at Kentucky’s 19-yard line and scored again as Murray found Lynch for a touchdown to make it 21-0 with 6:36 remaining in the first quarter. Kentucky got on the board late in the first quarter on Dyshawn Mobley’s 69-yard touchdown scamper. Murray then pushed the Bulldogs’ lead to 28-7 with a second touchdown pass to Lynch just two minutes into the second quarter. Georgia continued to build the lead, as Gurley scored on a 24-yard pass from Mason to make it 35-10 before the half.

Georgia rallied from a 20-0 deficit to claim a 41-34 double-overtime victory over Georgia Tech in front of 54,914 fans at Bobby Dodd Stadium. The Yellow Jackets scored 17 first-quarter points and tacked on a field goal in the second period before Georgia got its offense in gear. Hutson Mason connected with Todd Gurley on a 9-yard TD pass just :34 before halftime to start their comeback. The Bulldogs got a 40-yard field goal from Marshall Morgan and a 9-yard TD pass from Mason to Michael Bennett to pull within 20-17 late in the third quarter. Tech responded with a 75-yard scoring drive that consumed nearly seven minutes of game clock and restored its lead to 10 points at 27-17. Georgia, however, then marched 77 yards for a matching score, a 2-yard run by Gurley with 6:37 left in the game. On the second play of Tech’s next possession, Josh Harvey-Clemons intercepted a Vad Lee pass and returned it to the GT 25. Morgan then kicked a tying field goal from 32 yards to complete scoring in regulation time. Both teams scored TDs on their first possessions in overtime. Gurley dashed 25 yards for the go-ahead score on Georgia’s possession in double OT. The Bulldog defense then held Tech scoreless by deflecting a fourth-down pass in the end zone.

Kentucky 7 3 0 7 = 17 Georgia 21 14 21 3 = 59

GA - Rhett McGowan 9-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 13:56 1Q GA - Todd Gurley 16-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 07:28 1Q GA - Arthur Lynch 1-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 06:36 1Q UK - Dyshawn Mobley 69-yard run (Joe Mansour kick), 02:16 1Q GA - Arthur Lynch 8-yard pass from Aaron Murray (M. Morgan kick), 13:00 2Q UK - Joe Mansour 24-yard field goal, 06:33 2Q GA - Todd Gurley 24-yard pass from Hutson Mason (M. Morgan kick), 00:12 2Q GA - Hutson Mason 1-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 11:04 3Q GA - J.J. Green 6-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 10:18 3Q GA - Brendan Douglas 3-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 02:14 3Q GA - Marshall Morgan 41-yard field goal, 07:49 4Q UK - Javess Blue 30-yard pass from Maxwell Smith (J. Mansour kick), 03:54 4Q

team STATISTICS UGA

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

35 40-230 31-42-372-1 82-602 2-1 7-60 1-51 (51.0) 3-61 (20.3) 35:08 5-of-9 1-of-1 4-20

UK

10 30-62 10-17-149-0 47-211 6-3 3-15 6-253 (42.2) 6-101 (16.8) 24:52 3-of-12 1-of-2 1-3

Georgia Tech Georgia

Passing UK - Smith UGA - Murray

Att. Yds. TD Long 10 92 1 69 8 77 0 16

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 10 16 149 1 18 23 183 4

Receiving UK - Blue UGA - McGowan

Rec. Yds. TD Long 5 93 1 30 7 90 1 20

Punting UK - Foster UGA - Erickson

No. 6 1

Tackles UK - McClain UGA - Wilson

UT AT Tot. 7 5 12 4 5 9

Yds. 253 51

Avg. 42.2 51.0

Long 50 51

3 7

0 10

7 10

7-0 = 7-7 =

34 41

GT - Vad Lee 3-yard run (Harrison Butker kick), 13:01 1Q GT - Harrison Butker 37-yard field goal, 03:33 1Q GT - DeAndre Smelter 26-yard pass from Vad Lee (H. Butker kick), 01:52 1Q GT - Harrison Butker 22-yard field goal, 06:33 2Q GA - Todd Gurley 9-yard pass from Hutson Mason (M. Morgan kick), 00:34 2Q GA - Marshall Morgan 40-yard field goal, 09:28 3Q GA - Michael Bennett 9-yard pass from H. Mason (M. Morgan kick), 02:26 3Q GT - DeAndre Smelter 7-yard pass from Vad Lee (H. Butker kick), 10:34 4Q GA - Todd Gurley 2-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 06:37 4Q GA - Marshall Morgan 32-yard field goal, 04:17 4Q GT - Vad Lee 2-yard run (Harrison Butker kick), O1 GA - Todd Gurley 6-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), O1 GA - Todd Gurley 25-yard run (Marshall Morgan kick), 02

team STATISTICS UGA GT

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Rushing UK - Mobley UGA - Gurley

17 0

Rushing GT - Sims UGA - Gurley

25 37-138 22-36-299-1 73-437 0-0 6-55 3-139 (46.3) 3-51 (17.0) 23:50 7-of-15 1-of-1 0-0

25 58-263 11-24-232-2 82-495 1-0 3-29 2-74 (37) 5-114 (22.8) 36:10 7-of-15 1-of-2 5-25

STATISTICAL LEADERS

Passing GT - Lee UGA - Mason

Att. Yds. TD Long 21 100 0 11 20 122 3 25

Comp. Att. Yds. TD 11 23 232 2 22 36 299 2

Receiving GT - Godhigh UGA - Conley

Rec. Yds. TD Long 4 82 0 43 7 129 0 33

Punting GT - Poole UGA - Erickson

No. 2 3

Tackles GT - Nealy UGA - Herrera

UT AT Tot. 8 2 10 10 2 12

Yds. 74 139

Avg. 37.0 46.3

Long 39 52

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NEBRASKA

Jan. 1, 2014 â&#x20AC;˘ EverBank Field - Jacksonville, Fla.

2013 Season Highlights

No. 22 Georgia sustained a 24-19 loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl in front of 60,712 fans and a national ESPN audience. After a scoreless first quarter, Hutson Mason led Georgia on an 12-play, 38-yard drive that resulted in a Marshall Morgan 39-yard field goal. Nebraska, however, took advantage of a fumbled punt return by the Bulldogs to take a 7-3 lead with 9:05 left in the second quarter. The teams traded field goals to complete first-half scoring with the Huskers holding a 10-9 advantage. Nebraska forged ahead 24-12 by scoring touchdowns on its first two possessions of the second half. The latter came on a 99-yard pass from Tommy Armstrong, Jr. to Quincy Enunwa with 4:58 left in the third quarter, moments after the Georgia defense had nearly scored with a sack and fumble at the Huskersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; goal line. Georgia scored its first touchdown of the game at the start of the fourth quarter. With the Bulldogs at the 25-yard line, Mason hooked up with Gurley for a catch and run that made it a 24-19 game. The Bulldogs looked to take the lead late in the fourth quarter, twice driving inside the Nebraska 20. Georgia was unable to convert on either fourth down, however, allowing Nebraska to come away with the victory.

*Defeated rivals South Carolina, LSU, Tennessee, Florida (3rd year in a row) and Ga. Tech (12th time in the last 13 years) *Set school records for Passing Yards in a Season (4,085), Completions (293), Average Yards Per Game (484.2), First Downs Passing (184) and Total First Downs (324) *Led the SEC with 38 football student-athletes on the 2013 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll *Extended school record with 17th consecutive season advancing to a bowl game *Average home attendance of 92,746 ranked eighth best in the country and 31st time in the last 32 years that Georgia has ranked among the top eight

Nebraska 0 10 14 0 = 24 Georgia 0 9 3 7 = 19

GA - Marshall Morgan 38-yard field goal, 10:37 2Q NEB - Quincy Enunwa 5-yard pass from T. Armstrong (Pat Smith kick), 09:05 2Q GA - Marshall Morgan 28-yard field goal, 06:53 2Q NEB - Pat Smith 46-yard field goal, 03:18 2Q GA - Marshall Morgan 38-yard field goal, 00:00 2Q NEB - Ameer Abdullah 1-yard run, 10:08 3Q GA - Marshall Morgan 30-yard field goal, 06:32 3Q NEB - Q. Enunwa 99-yard pass from T. Armstrong (Pat Smith kick), 04:58 3Q GA - Todd Gurley 25-yard pass from Hutson Mason (M. Morgan kick), 14:49 4Q

team STATISTICS UGA NEB

First Downs Rushing: Att.-Yards Passing: Comp.-Att.-Yds.-Int Total Plays-Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards Punts: Number-Yards (Avg.) Kickoff Returns: Number-Yards (Avg.) Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

Rushing NEB - Abdullah UGA - Gurley Passing NEB - Armstrong UGA - Mason

22 43-96 21-39-320-1 82-416 3-1 7-42 4-151 (37.8) 3-93 (31.0) 33:24 7-of-19 2-of-4 1-8

14 43-144 6-16-163-1 59-307 1-0 6-50 7-271 (38.7) 5-90 (18.0) 26:36 4-of-13 0-of-0 4-31

STATISTICAL LEADERS Att. Yds. TD Long 27 122 1 14 21 86 0 16 Comp. Att. Yds. TD 6 14 163 2 21 39 320 1

Receiving NEB - Enunwa UGA - Gurley

Rec. Yds. TD Long 4 129 2 99 7 97 1 30

Punting NEB - Foltz UGA - Erickson

No. 7 4

Tackles NEB - Cooper UGA - Floyd

UT AT Tot. 10 0 10 6 1 6.5

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Yds. 271 151

Avg. 38.7 37.8

Long 54 39

2013 Team Captains Aaron Murray, QB (Overall) Arthur Lynch, TE (Offense) Garrison Smith, DE (Defense) Connor Norman, SAF (Special Teams) Senior Spotlight Aaron Murray: As a four-year starter at quarterback, he set SEC records for Career Completions (921), Passing Yards (13,166), Touchdown Passes (121), and Total Offense (13,562) plus established 27 school records. He tallied 52 career starts and became the first player in SEC history to throw for 3,000+ yards in four straight seasons. He was a two-time Academic All-American, the 2013 SEC football Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was a recipient of a National Football Found postgraduate scholarship. The Kansas City Chiefs selected Murray in the 5th round of the NFL draft. Individual Honors All-SEC Marshall Morgan (PK): AP, Coaches +Ramik Wilson (ILB): AP, Coaches (+Led the SEC in tackles with 133) Arthur Lynch (TE): AP, Coaches Aaron Murray (QB): AP 2nd Todd Gurley (TB): AP, 2nd Jordan Jenkins (ILB): Coaches 2nd Freshman All-American and Coaches All-SEC Freshman Team Leonard Floyd (OLB) CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Aaron Murray (QB) NFL Draft Selections Arthur Lynch (TE), 5th Round, Miami Dolphins Aaron Murray (QB), 5th Round, Kansas City Chiefs


Georgia Football

Did You Know? » Georgia has more combined recipi-

ents of the NCAA and National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship, NCAA Top Eight Award, and Academic All-America honors than any university in the South.

Stafford and No. 12 Knowshon Moreno in 2009, No. 4 A.J. Green in 2011, and No. 17 Jarvis Jones and No. 30 Alec Ogletree in 2013.

» Georgia is the only school to have

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three different Super Bowl MVPs: Jake Scott of the Miami Dolphins, Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Athens, Ga., as the second-best sports town in the country and The Sporting News chose Athens as the No. 2 sports city in the Southeastern Conference.

» Georgia has been on television 161

times in the last 14 years, including 121 nationally.

» In the past 18 years, 94 Georgia

players have been chosen in the NFL Draft, including No. 1 Matthew

scholar-athlete, and he played in Super Bowl XXXVIII for the Oakland Raiders – the first overall and just the second Campbell Trophy honoree to play in the Super Bowl.

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

» A total of six National Football

Foundation National ScholarAthletes played in Super Bowl XLIV, including the Saints’ Jon Stinchcomb. Matt Stinchcomb, Jon’s brother, won the Campbell Trophy in 1998 as college football’s top

“Coach Richt’s commitment to recruiting and then developing our student-athletes is based on his genuine desire to help his players achieve greatness on and off the field. Following Coach Richt’s lead, we focus our recruiting efforts on the elite student-athletes who also desire to achieve greatness in the classroom, on the field and beyond.” Bryan McClendon Recruiting Coordinator 2014 National Recruiter of the Year

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Braxton Snyder Spring 2002


Georgia Football “We take great pride in the quality of our intercollegiate athletic program at the University of Georgia, which ranks among the nation’s best for accomplishment by our student-athletes both on the field and in the classroom. The vitality of UGA’s athletic program plays an essential role in the total experience offered at a top-20 public research institution.” 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, on the playing field, and becoming productive citizens in our communities.” Greg McGarity J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics

To the Bulldog Family: The University of Georgia continues to provide the best for its students in all areas of the college experience. We know students at the University have wonderful hopes and dreams of getting a degree, pursuing their career interests, and becoming good citizens of communities in which they live. In athletics in general, and football in particular, we are proud to be a part of this mission to provide the foundation necessary for achieving these goals and dreams. As stated in our coaches¹ mission statement, we are dedicated to assisting our student-athletes reach their full potential in the classroom, on the football field and in society. Our coaching staff and support staff are dedicated to this mission and work tirelessly toward these objectives. We are proud and excited to be part of the University of Georgia in preparing students for their future in every respect. Sincerely,

Mark Richt Head Football Coach

G R A D U A T E S

Corey Allen Summer 2002

Corrie Collier Summer 2002

Clint Larkin Summer 2002

Ben Lowe Summer 2002

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Brent Rickman Summer 2002

Adrian Hollingshed Fall 2002

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Brett Kirouac Fall 2002

Jon Stinchcomb Fall 2002

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Opportunities for Success 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.

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 current chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters. “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.”

“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.”

“Opportunity:

Dr. Audrey Haynes Department of Political Science

A good chance for self-advancement.”

“I hold the utmost respect and high regard for Coach Richt and his staff as they strive for each of their players to experience both academic and athletic excellence. Coach Richt and his staff set the bar high and give their studentathletes the support and tools needed to experience success. Their efforts have resulted in a well-respected and high-achieving team.”

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Michelle Garfield Cook Franklin College of Arts and Sciences “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 Coach Richt combined with the devoted academic staff.”

hatever the career goals of a student-athlete, becoming

Kimberly D. Grantham Department of Marketing

a Georgia Bulldog will provide the

Dr. Roosevelt Gilliam III, a former member of the Georgia football and track teams, serves with Cardiology Associates of Northeast Arkansas and is one of the nation’s top cardiologists.

objectives. All across the state

Dr. David Gattie Biological & Agricultural Engineering

opportunity to achieve those

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

of Georgia, the Southeast, and in many of the 50 states, former Bulldogs are living lives of achievement, success, and self-fulfillment.

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

Former Bulldog All-SEC defensive end Mixon Robinson currently serves as one of Georgia’s team orthopedists.

“Coach Richt and his staff have 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.”

“Coach Richt and his staff do a fantastic job of motivating our studentathletes 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.”

Dr. Gregory H. Robinson Department of Chemistry

Randy Groomes Terry College of Business

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JT Wall Fall 2002

Josh Billue Spring 2003

Cap Burnett Spring 2003

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Andy Hogan Spring 2003

Jared Noblet Spring 2003

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Ben Watson Spring 2003

Robert Brannon Summer 2003

Ryan Davis Summer 2003


Preparation for Success

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Tight end Aron White delivered the student graduation address at the Fall 2010 commencement exercises.

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

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he Rankin M. Smith Sr. StudentAthlete Academic Center, which opened in 2002, provides the cutting-

edge resources Georgia’s football players and other student-athletes need to

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achieve their academic goals. Named for

Aaron Murray was named one of the recipients of the 2013 National Football Foundation ScholarAthlete Awards. Georgia has a national-best 13 NFF post-graduate scholars.

UGA alumnus and former Atlanta Falcons owner Rankin Smith Sr. 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.

G R A D U A T E S

Brandon Sarver Summer 2003

Terin Smith Summer 2003

Kirby Towns Summer 2003

Cory Phillips Fall 2003

Jarrett Berry Spring 2004

Brandon Carley Spring 2004

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Patrick Croffie Spring 2004

Burt Jones Spring 2004

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What 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 both Josh and Aaron have graduated from the University of Georgia and that Stephanie is soon to follow. With three alumni, we will forever be connected to UGA and are grateful for the cherished memories and friendships we have made over the past four years. 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 treat our sons 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 now as he begins 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 has blessed them like He has. They not only are at an amazing school but they are there together. Coach Richt is an amazing person who loves the Lord, his family and this team. What mom wouldn’t want her kids to play for him?” Lori Theus

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Jeff Lyons Spring 2004

Sean Rivas Spring 2004

Decory Bryant Summer 2004

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Kevin Breedlove Summer 2004

Gabe Galt Fall 2004

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David Greene Fall 2004

Arnold Harrison Fall 2004

Derrick Holloway Fall 2004


What 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

“During Ben’s years at the University of Georgia, I saw him grow and develop as a student, an athlete and a young man. I am appreciative of the guidance and opportunities that he was given by the coaches and the staff at Georgia. His friendships with his teammates and fellow students and the close relationship with the coaches were a positive influence in his life. I am grateful that Ben had the opportunity to be a part of this football program, the university and the Athens community. There is no doubt that Ben made the right choice when he decided to become a Georgia Bulldog.” Vickie Jones

“UGA was the best fit for Akeem because of the family unity that the coaches, staff and football team created. UGA provides an excellent educational opportunity that student-athletes could not get anywhere else. Akeem enjoyed the friends he made, and we loved being a part of the Bulldog Nation. GO DAWGS!” Gail Memfis (Akeem Dent’s mom)

“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

G RAD U A T E S S I N C E 2 0 0 1

Jake Honeycutt Fall 2004

Jake Hooten Fall 2004

Jonathan Kilgo Fall 2004

Ronnie Powell Fall 2004

Chris Shaw Fall 2004

Jeremy Thomas Fall 2004

Will Thompson Fall 2004

Evan Wells Fall 2004

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Bowl Bound

Georgia has appeared in 49 bowls, which ranks fourth all time, and leads the nation with showings in 17 different bowls. Georgia has also played in a bowl for a school-record 17 straight years â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the third-longest active streak in the nation.

Nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top Bowl Teams (All-Time) Team

# of Games

W-L-T

Alabama Texas Nebraska

60 52 50

34-23-3 27-23-2 25-25-0

GEORGIA

49

27-19-3

Tennessee Southern Cal Oklahoma LSU Ohio State Michigan

49 48 47 45 43 43

25-24-0 32-16-0 28-18-1 23-21-1 19-24-0 20-23-0

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Tommy Wilson Fall 2004

Billy Bennett Spring 2005

Reggie Brown Spring 2005

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Jevaris Johnson Spring 2005

Porter Lady Spring 2005

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Philip Nix Spring 2005

Jeff Harris Summer 2005

Albert Hollis Summer 2005


Bowl Bound

Georgia’s Bowl Record Team

# of Games

Bluebonnet Capital One/Citrus/ Tangerine Chick-fil-A/Peach Cotton Gator Hall of Fame Independence Liberty Music City O’ahu Oil Orange Outback Presidential Cup Rose Sugar Sun

G R A D U A T E S

Gerald Anderson Fall 2005

Greg Blue Fall 2005

John DeGenova Fall 2005

Damien Gary Fall 2005

1 6

0-1-0 4-1-1

5 3 4 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 4 1 1 9 3

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

S I N C E

Mike Gilliam Fall 2005

W-L-T

Orantes Grant Fall 2005

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Lee Jackson Fall 2005

Brian Jordan Fall 2005

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Bulldogs in the NFL Blair Walsh, K Minnesota Vikings

Shawn Williams, S Cincinnati Bengals

Jarvis Jones, LB Pittsburgh Steelers

Alec Ogletree, LB St. Louis Rams

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he Georgia Bulldogs have always held a prominent place in the NFL. In the

last 10 years alone, 28 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, and XLVIII winner Chris Clemons.

Will Witherspoon, LB St. Louis Rams

Tim Jennings, CB Chicago Bears

Chris Clemons, DE Jacksonville Jaguars (formerly of the Seattle Seahawks)

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Bryan McClendon Fall 2005

Dennis Roland Fall 2005

Ryan Schnetzer Fall 2005

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D.J. Shockley Fall 2005

Jamario Smith Fall 2005

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Russ Tanner Fall 2005

Josh Brock Spring 2006

Josh Herndon Spring 2006


Bulldogs in the NFL Thomas Davis, LB Carolina Panthers

Aaron Murray, QB Kansas City Chiefs

Brandon Boykin, CB Philadelphia Eagles

A.J. Green, WR Cincinnati Bengals

Knowshon Moreno, RB Miami Dolphins (formerly of the Denver Broncos)

Demarcus Dobbs, DT San Francisco 49ers

Kris Durham, WR Detroit Lions

Reshad Jones, DB Miami Dolphins

G R A D U A T E S

Darrell Holmes Spring 2006

Marcus Jackson Spring 2006

David Jacobs Spring 2006

Bartley Miller Spring 2006

S I N C E

Martrez Milner Spring 2006

Ryan Sewell Spring 2006

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Ken Veal Spring 2006

Matt Adcock Summer 2006

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Bulldogs in the NFL Champ Bailey, CB New Orleans Saints

Akeem Dent, LB Atlanta Falcons

Chris Burnette, OL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Current NFL Bulldogs » Geno Atkins, DT, Cincinnati Bengals Sanders Commings, CB Kansas City Chiefs

» Champ Bailey, CB, New Orleans Saints

Geno Atkins, DT Cincinnati Bengals

» Clint Boling, G, Cincinnati Bengals » Brandon Boykin, CB, Philadelphia Eagles » Marlon Brown, WR, Baltimore Ravens » Chris Burnette, OG, Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Drew Butler, P, Chicago Bears » Orson Charles, TE, Cincinnati Bengals » Chris Clemons, DE, Jacksonville Jaguars » Sanders Commings, CB, Kansas City Chiefs

DeAngelo Tyson, DE Baltimore Ravens

» Thomas Davis, LB, Carolina Panthers

Ben Watson, TE New Orleans Saints

» Akeem Dent, LB, Atlanta Falcons

Cordy Glenn, OT Buffalo Bills

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Bruce Adrine Fall 2006

Dale Dixson Fall 2006

Ray Gant Fall 2006

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Alex Jackson Fall 2006

John LaValley Fall 2006

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Tony Milton Fall 2006

Quentin Moses Fall 2006

Joseph O’Keefe Fall 2006


Bulldogs in the NFL

Kwame Geathers, DT San Diego Chargers

Marlon Brown, WR Baltimore Ravens

Current NFL Bulldogs » Demarcus Dobbs, TE/DT, San Francisco 49ers » Kris Durham, WR, Detroit Lions

Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions Dannell Ellerbe, LB Miami Dolphins

» Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Miami Dolphins » Kenarious Gates, OT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers » Kwame Geathers, DT, San Diego Chargers » Robert Geathers, DE, Cincinnati Bengals » Cordy Glenn, OT, Buffalo Bills » Kedric Golston, DE, Washington Redskins » A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals » Justin Houston, LB, Kansas City Chiefs » Corvey Irvin, DT, Detroit Lions Blake Sailors, DB Washington Redskins

Kedric Golston, DE Washington Redskins

G R A D U A T E S

Mario Raley Fall 2006

Jarius Wynn, DE Buffalo Bills (formerly of the Dallas Cowboys)

Tony Taylor Fall 2006

Joe Tereshinski Fall 2006

Stephen White Fall 2006

S I N C E

Kentrell Curry Spring 2007

Gordon Ely-Kelso Spring 2007

» John Jenkins, DT, New Orleans Saints

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Trahern Holden Spring 2007

Nick Jones Spring 2007

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Bulldogs in the NFL

Garrison Smith, DL, Miami Dolphins

Clint Boling, G Cincinnati Bengals

Current NFL Bulldogs » Tim Jennings, CB, Chicago Bears

Justin Houston, LB Kansas City Chiefs

» Charles Johnson, DE, Carolina Panthers » Abry Jones, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars

Ben Jones, C Houston Texans

» Ben Jones, C, Houston Texans » Jarvis Jones, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers » Reshad Jones, DB, Miami Dolphins » Tavarres King, WR, Carolina Panthers » Dallas Lee, OG, Atlanta Falcons » Arthur Lynch, TE, Miami Dolphins » Knowshon Moreno, RB, Miami Dolphins » Aaron Murray, QB, Kansas City Chiefs

Drew Butler, K Chicago Bears (formerly of the Pittsburgh Steelers)

» Alec Ogletree, LB, St. Louis Rams

Robert Geathers, DE Cincinnati Bengals Arthur Lynch, TE Miami Dolphins

» Bacarri Rambo, SS, Washington Redskins

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Kregg Lumpkin Spring 2007

Zeb McKinzey Spring 2007

Preston Pannell Spring 2007

S I N C E

Des Williams Spring 2007

Chris Burgett Summer 2007

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Trey Chandler Summer 2007

Marquis Elmore Summer 2007

Daniel Inman Summer 2007


Bulldogs in the NFL

Abry Jones, DT Jacksonville Jaguars

Cornelius Washington, OLB Chicago Bears

Bacarri Rambo, SS Washington Redskins

Current NFL Bulldogs » Blake Sailors, DB, Washington Redskins

Charles Johnson, DE Carolina Panthers

» Garrison Smith, DT, Miami Dolphins » Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions » DeAngelo Tyson, DE, Baltimore Ravens » Blair Walsh, K, Minnesota Vikings » Cornelius Washington, OLB, Chicago Bears » Ben Watson, TE, New Orleans Saints

John Jenkins, DT New Orleans Siants

» Shawn Williams, S, Cincinnati Bengals » Will Witherspoon, LB, St. Louis Rams » Rantavious Wooten, WR, Miami Dolphins » Jarius Wynn, DE, Buffalo Bills Kenarious Gates, OL Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Corvey Irvin, DT Detroit Lions (formerly of the Dallas Cowboys)

Orson Charles, FB Cincinnati Bengals

G R A D U A T E S

Sean Bailey Summer 2007

Andy Bailey Fall 2007

Thomas Brown Fall 2007

A.J. Bryant Fall 2007

S I N C E

Thomas Flowers Fall 2007

T.J. Gartrell Fall 2007

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Chris Gaunder Fall 2007

Mikey Henderson Fall 2007

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What the Pros Say

“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 cademics.” Herschel Walker, TB 1982 Heisman Trophy Winner 1999 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee

“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.”

Marcus Howard Fall 2007

Jason Johnson Fall 2007

Justin Lyles Fall 2007

Champ Bailey, CB New Orleans Saints (formerly of the Denver Broncos)

Terrell Davis, RB Denver Broncos, Super Bowl XXXII MVP

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“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.”

A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals

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Andrew Williams Fall 2007

“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.”

Ben Wilson Fall 2007

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Eric Zeier Fall 2007

Percy Croffie Spring 2008

Jamie Henderson Spring 2008


What the Pros Say

“Playing at Georgia was both an honor and a privilege. Donning the Red and Black is a feeling I will never forget. There’s nothing better than stepping onto the field in front of 92,000 screaming fans at Sanford Stadium. My time at Georgia and the coaching prepared me well for the NFL experience.”

“When I was being recruited, I visited colleges and universities all over the country. Something immediately stuck out about Athens. Not only was the town what I was looking for to spend my college years, but the athletics and academics at UGA were second to none. I built relationships on and off the field while I was at Georgia that I know will last a lifetime. And no matter where I go, there are always Bulldogs around. That’s a good feeling and something that makes me always remember how proud I am to say that I went to Georgia.” Mohamed Massaquoi, WR 4-year NFL veteran

Marcus Stroud, DT 10-year NFL veteran

“I will be a Bulldog forever. There is nothing like Athens, Ga., on game day. The teammates I had and the friends I made will be my family for life. Georgia gave me a shot to play the game I love. When I had my situation at USC, it kind of took the game away from me. Not being able to do something you love, you get kind of down on yourself. Georgia gave me my second opportunity. I told Coach Richt, 'While I'm here, I'm going to sacrifice everything and give it all I've got.' I loved every minute of my time as a Bulldog.”

“I’m always talking about Georgia in the locker room and what a great experience I had there. I met a lot of players, students, and coaches who are now life-long friends during my time at UGA. I’d do it all again if I had the chance. I have a son now and if I could send him to any school it would definitely be Georgia.” Richard Seymour, DE 3-time Super Bowl champion

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

Jarvis Jones, LB Pittsburgh Steelers

G R A D U A T E S

Mitchell Pittman Spring 2008

Fernando Velasco Spring 2008

Patrick Williams Spring 2008

Jarvis Jackson Spring 2008

S I N C E

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Jeremy Lomax Danny Verdun-Wheeler Spring 2008 Summer 2008

Ben Boyd Fall 2008

CJ Byrd Fall 2008

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Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall

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eorgia’s $40 million expansion and renovation of Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall makes it one of the nation’s top facilities. Named for

coaches Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre, ButtsMehre Heritage Hall is the nerve center of the UGA Athletic Association. The building houses the players’ headquarters, including the locker room, the weight room, the sports medicine area, and meeting rooms, along with the coaches’ offices and meeting spaces, and the administrative offices of the Athletic Association. Additionally, the building displays exhibits and artifacts celebrating Georgia’s academic and athletic excellence. The second floor includes the Larry Munson Trophy Room, named in honor of Georgia’s legendary former radio broadcaster.

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Dannell Ellerbe Fall 2008

Demiko Goodman Fall 2008

Kenneth Harris Fall 2008

S I N C E

Wes Jacobs Fall 2008

Mohamed Massaquoi Fall 2008

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Brian Mimbs Fall 2008

Thad Parker Fall 2008

Brannan Southerland Fall 2008


Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall

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he state-of-the-art locker room features a commons area, a lounge, televisions, message

centers, computer stations 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.

G R A D U A T E S

Darrius Swain Fall 2008

Terreal Bierria Spring 2009

Tripp Chandler Spring 2009

Antavious Coates Spring 2009

S I N C E

Jonathan deLaureal Spring 2009

Bo Fowler Spring 2009

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Drew Gully Spring 2009

Ian Smith Spring 2009

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Sanford Stadium

Jason Aldean, left, and Ludacris performed at Sanford Stadium in April of 2013.

“Growing up, I was a big fan. For anybody from this state or a fan of this team, that [stadium] is like a church. It's like, ‘Can you believe we went from playing these little hole-in-the-wall bars to playing the Georgia mecca?’” Jason Aldean, country music star & ACM Awards Male Vocalist of the Year

2013 NCAA DIVISION I FBS FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE TEAM LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Michigan Ohio State Alabama Texas Penn State Tennessee

111,592 104,933 101,505 98,976 96,587 95,584

7.

Georgia

92,746

8. LSU 9. Nebraska 10. Florida

11. 12. 13. 14. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

91,418 90,933 87,440

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Michael Turner Spring 2009

Rod Battle Fall 2009

Stephen Braue Fall 2009

Texas A&M Auburn Oklahoma South Carolina Clemson Notre Dame Wisconsin Florida St. Southern Cal Michigan St.

S I N C E

Joe Cox Fall 2009

Bryan Evans Fall 2009

87,125 85,657 84,722 82,401 82,048 80,795 78,911 75,421 73,126 72,328

TOP FOOTBALL STADIUMS Sanford Stadium was chosen by Reader’s Digest as one of the Top 10 Football Stadiums — collegiate or professional — in the country.

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Randall Godfrey Fall 2009

Andrew Jensen Fall 2009

Prince Miller Fall 2009


Woodruff Practice Fields

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amed for legendary coach George “Kid” Woodruff, the Woodruff Practice Fields

Complex includes four full-length fields – two with natural grass and two with newly installed FieldTurf. The complex is adjacent to the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall and is second to none in college and professional football.

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Michael Moore Fall 2009

Jeff Owens Fall 2009

Erik Robinson Fall 2009

Vince Vance Fall 2009

Marcus Washington Fall 2009

Kade Weston Fall 2009

Tony Wilson Fall 2009

Geno Atkins Spring 2010

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Strength + Conditioning

“The strong shall survive...”

T

he foundation of any successful program is set in the

the extra space — including the adjacent multipurpose room —

weight room, and Georgia is no exception. Utilizing a new,

allows for the most efficient workout sessions. Another integral part of the program is the Leon Farmer

state-of-the-art weight room, Director of Strength and

Conditioning Joe Tereshinski and his staff (John Thomas,

Award (pictured below). Given in honor of Athens businessman

Sherman Armstrong and Gus Felder) employ a hands-on pro-

Leon Farmer, who was a major contributor in the funding of

gram to help the Bulldogs get bigger, faster and stronger. The

the Butts-Mehre expansion, the award is presented annually

program will ensure the Bulldogs are in peak physical condition

to the player whose dedication to the strength and conditioning

during the season. Georgia’s cutting-edge weight room has

program results in a significant contribution to the football

some of the most progressive equipment in the country, and

team.

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Marquise Brown Spring 2010

Shaun Chapas Spring 2010

Kris Durham Spring 2010

Justin Fields Spring 2010

Devin Hollander Spring 2010

Casey Nickels Spring 2010

Christian Norton Spring 2010

Kevin Perez Spring 2010


Strength + Conditioning

G R A D U A T E S

Vernon Spellman Spring 2010

Coleman Watson Spring 2010

Brandon Wheeling Spring 2010

Quintin Banks Fall 2010

S I N C E

Brian Brewer Fall 2010

Chris Davis Fall 2010

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Josh Davis Fall 2010

Akeem Dent Fall 2010

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Athletic Training

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he goal of the Georgia athletic training staff is two-fold: 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 staffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.

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Demarcus Dobbs Fall 2010

Darryl Gamble Fall 2010

Akeem Hebron Fall 2010

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Fred Munzenmaier Fall 2010

Derek Rich Fall 2010

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Tanner Strickland Fall 2010

Kiante Tripp Fall 2010

Aron White Fall 2010


Athletic Training

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he new athletic training facility in Butts-Mehre features top-of-the-line equipment in order to provide the highest quality of health care avail-

able. Team physicians in various specialties provide outstanding on-site care for the student-athletes. Another way Georgia keeps its student-athletes healthy is through proper diet. Nutritionist Jenn Ketterly joined the Bulldogs in 2011, and her 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.

G R A D U A T E S

Charles White Fall 2010

Brandon Wood Fall 2010

Jonathan Batson Spring 2011

Drew Butler Spring 2011

S I N C E

Matt DeGenova Spring 2011

Darius Dewberry Spring 2011

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Tony Gilbert Spring 2011

Logan Gray Spring 2011

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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 and practices. Bulldog student-athletes are covered by daily newspapers throughout the Southeast, including all the major dailies in the state of Georgia and Chattanooga, Tenn. Live television, 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, FOX, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, SEC Network, CSS and FSN. Moreover, Georgia’s G-Day Game in 2009 was shown nationally on ESPN and additional G-Day Games have been televised by CSS. Georgia now averages all 12 regular-season games per year on TV, most of which are national broadcasts. ESPN’s GameDay made stops in Athens in 2008 and 2013.

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Josh Murray Spring 2011

Cortney Newmans Spring 2011

Ian Knight Summer 2011

S I N C E

Justin Anderson Fall 2011

Candler Cook Fall 2011

Georgia was chosen as one of the Football Writers Association of America's “Super 11” sports communications departments for the 2013 season. Georgia is the only school to earn the designation five straight years.

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Thomas Davis Fall 2011

Demetric Evans Fall 2011

Eric Elliot Fall 2011


Bulldogs in the Spotlight

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Receiver Chris Conley, center, earned the Third Annual GATA (Gracious Attitude Toward Answering) Award by the beat writers who cover the Bulldogs on a daily basis. The award is named in honor of linebacker Christian Robinson, left, the inaugural recipient. At right is ESPN.comâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s David Ching.

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Bruce Figgins Fall 2011

Ben Harden Fall 2011

Nic Clemons Fall 2011

Josh Sailors Fall 2011

Richard Samuel Fall 2011

Trinton Sturdivant Fall 2011

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Israel Troupe Fall 2011

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John Bodin Spring 2012

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The 1892 Bulldogs and Coach Glenn “Pop” Warner, who guided the Bulldogs in 1895 and 1896. Former Georgia safety Jake Scott was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in December 2011.

Former Georgia All-American Billy Payne (second from right) was named the 2009 recipient of the Distinguished American Award presented by the National Football Foundation. Payne is the former President and CEO of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and current Augusta National Golf Club Chairman. Also pictured (left to right) are Matthew Sign, National Football Foundation Chief Operating Officer; Steve Hatchell, National Football Foundation President and CEO; and Vince Dooley, former Georgia Head Coach and Director of Athletics.

Quarterback Aaron Murray, center, was named the 2013 Vince Dooley Most Valuable Player for the Bulldogs. Murray was presented his award by Coach Mark Richt, left, and Dooley.

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.

Alabama Oklahoma USC Michigan Nebraska Ohio State Texas

Brandon Bogotay Spring 2012

Clint Boling Spring 2012

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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

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Ty Frix Spring 2012

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Billy Johnson Spring 2012

Tavarres King Spring 2012

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Jeremy Longo Spring 2012

Aaron Murray Spring 2012


Georgia Tradition

Mike Bobo

College Football Team of the Decade (For the 2000s)

DEFENSE: E David Pollack (2001-04) SPECIALIST: K Billy Bennett (2000-03)

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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.

Bryan McClendon

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. » Mark Richt will enter the 2014 season as the nation’s fourth-winningest active coach. » Mark Richt is one of only seven coaches to win two SEC titles in his first five seasons. That list also includes former Georgia coach Vince Dooley. » Mark Richt is one of only five coaches to record 120 or more wins in his first 13 seasons as a head coach » Mark Richt is one of only six coaches to record four straight 10-win seasons, joining the likes of Bear Bryant and Vince Dooley.

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Jermaine Smith Spring 2012

Jeremy Sulek Spring 2012

Wes Van Dyk Spring 2012

Jason Veal Spring 2012

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Jarius Wynn Spring 2012

Luis Capella Fall 2012

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Sanders Commings Fall 2012

Jonathan Owens Fall 2012

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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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Terrance Edwards Fall 2012

Bacarri Rambo Fall 2012

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Christian RobinsonCornelius Washington Fall 2012 Fall 2012

Tra Battle Spring 2013

Taylor Bradberry Spring 2013

Chris Burnette Spring 2013

Matt Degenova Spring 2013


Accent on Service

SEC Community Service

AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

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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.

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Matt Stinchcomb Brett Millican LaBrone Mitchell Jon Stinchcomb Ben Watson David Greene

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

David Pollack D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses Kelin Johnson Mohamed Massaquoi

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Jeff Owens Kris Durham Drew Butler Aaron Murray Chris Burnette

National Good Works Team The AFCA Good Works Team honors 22 men annually for community service, and Georgia has had 14 honorees since 1992. 1992 1993 1995 1997 1998

Alec Millen Travis Jones Brian Smith Matt Stinchcomb Matt Stinchcomb

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Brett Millican Jon Stinchcomb David Greene D.J. Shockley Quentin Moses

2007 2009 2011 2012

Kelin Johnson Jeff Owens Aron White Aaron Murray

Aron White (back row right) was one of the 11 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) players nationwide named to the 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. He was congratulated by fifth-grade friends from Barrow Elementary, where he frequently volunteered, and 2007 team member Kelin Johnson.

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Reuben Faloughi Spring 2013

Dallas Lee Spring 2013

Jamie Lindley Spring 2013

Arthur Lynch Spring 2013

Dustin Royston Spring 2013

Drew Wilson Spring 2013

Greg Bingham Fall 2013

Corey Campbell Fall 2013

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Michael Erdman Fall 2013

Brandon Harton Fall 2013

Austin Herod Fall 2013

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Ethan Jackson Fall 2013

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Bulldogs Off the Field

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eing a Georgia Bulldog means being successful on the field and having fun off the field. Georgia’s players further strengthen their team bonds by enjoying non-gridiron activities. During Coach Mark Richt’s tenure, the Bulldogs have taken breaks from practice by cooling off in

the pool at Gabrielsen Natatorium inside the Ramsey Center, riding horses at Georgia’s equestrian complex, participating in a Richt-led bowling league, playing paintball at a nearby establishment and golfing for a breast cancer awareness charity. Said Richt, “We try to do things every year for camaraderie and fun, and I think the players always enjoy what we do.” The Bulldogs also extended that enjoyment by taking money from a bowl gifts package and purchasing approximately $3,000 worth of electronics for the Athens Boys and Girls Club.

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Rhett McGowan Fall 2013

Connor Norman Fall 2013

Alex Parsons Fall 2013

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Jamal Payette Fall 2013

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Blake Sailors Fall 2013

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Walk-Ons Make Good at UGA Cory Phillips

Jeremy Thomas

Verron Haynes

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.

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.

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 (1978-7980) 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 quarterback sack leader with 29.

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.

Mike Fisher A transfer from Furman, Fisher earned a scholarship and starting role during the 1980 national championship season.

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.

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.

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.”

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Billy Bennett

Chase Vasser Fall 2013

Drew Wilson Fall 2013

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Rantavious Wooten Fall 2013

Curtis “C.J.” Wyatt Fall 2013


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 nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best college student activities center, anchors East Campus. And since 2004, East Campus Village has been the home of thousands of UGA students, including many studentathletes. East Campus Village includes modern, on-campus living facilities and provides the best in dining halls.

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Chris Young Fall 2013

Brandon Burrows Spring 2014

Marc Deas Spring 2014

Rowdy Francis Spring 2014

Kenarious Gates Spring 2014

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This is UGA/This is Athens

“S

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 campuswide, 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 the Georgia Regents University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership. Academic Offerings: » 22 Baccalaureate degrees in more than 140 fields » 35 Master’s degrees in 137 fields » Specialist in Education degree in 19 major fields » 5 Doctoral degrees in 96 areas » Professional degrees in law, pharmacy and veterinary medicine » More than 170 Study Abroad & exchange programs

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Wright Gazaway Spring 2014

T.J. Stripling Spring 2014

Mike Thornton Spring 2014

Kosta Vavlas Spring 2014


This is UGA/This is Athens

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thens’ Broad Street is all that separates the

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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Boulder, Colorado

University of Georgia’s historic North Campus and a vibrant downtown community filled

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pursuits of a music scene that has turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

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Seth Watts Spring 2014

Parker Welch Spring 2014

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Shawn Williams Spring 2014

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Hugh Williams Spring 2014

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Famous Classmates/Celebrity Fans

ROBERT BENHAM Chief Justice, Georgia Supreme Court

Dominique Wilkins, Georgia Bulldog great and Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.

ALTON BROWN Host, Food Network

KYLE CHANDLER Actor

JOSH HOLLAWAY Actor

WAYNE KNIGHT Actor

CHARLAYNE HUNTER-GAULT Journalist

DEBORAH NORVILLE Journalist

DEBORAH ROBERTS ABC News correspondent

KEITH ROBINSON Actor

RYAN SEACREST Host, American Idol

PARVATI SHALLOW Winner of Survivor:

Micronesia

Former Bulldog, actor and pro wrestler Bill Goldberg.

Jay North, who played Dennis the Menace on TV, gets a playful welcome from Uga VI.

Georgia graduate Alex Wood and current Atlanta Braves pitcher.

Two members of the Grammy & CMA award-winning trio Lady Antebellum are graduates of UGA.

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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Gold Glove outfielder Josh Reddick of the Oakland Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s visited a game in 2013. The Georgia native made headlines this year when he wore a UGA football helmet during batting practice.

Georgia graduate Bubba Watson is a two-time winner of The Masters (2012 and 2014).


georgia record book INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MOST RUSHES - GAME: 1. 47 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (47x192) (SEC Record) 2. 43 - Herschel Walker vs. South Carolina, 1980 (43x219) 3. 41 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 (41x265) 4. 39 - Verron Haynes vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (39x207) 39 - Herschel Walker vs. Mississippi State, 1982 (39x215) MOST RUSHES - SEASON: 1. 385 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Record) 2. 335 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 287 - Willie McClendon, 1978 4. 274 - Herschel Walker, 1980 5. 260 - Musa Smith, 2002 6. 250 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 7. 248 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 8. 228 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 9. 222 - Todd Gurley, 2012 MOST RUSHES - CAREER: 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 615 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 562 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 4. 543 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 5. 529 - Thomas Brown, 2004-07 6. 498 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 7. 472 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 8. 454 - Musa Smith, 2000-02 9. 461 - Jimmy Poulos, 1971-73 10. 447 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 MOST RUSHES PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 35.0 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Record) 2. 30.4 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 24.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 MOST RUSHES PER GAME - CAREER: 1. 30.1 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 19.2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 3. 17.6 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 MOST RUSHES IN THREE SEASONS: 1. 994 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (NCAA Rec.) MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME: 1. 283 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 2. 265 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 3. 246 - Garrison Hearst vs. Vanderbilt, 1992 4. 239 - Charley Trippi vs. Florida, 1945 5. 238 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1980 6. 227 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON: 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (SEC Rec.) 2. 1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 3. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 4. 1,594 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 5. 1,400 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 6. 1,385 - Todd Gurley, 2012 7. 1,334 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 8. 1,324 - Musa Smith, 2002 9. 1,312 - Willie McClendon, 1978 10. 1,216 - Tim Worley, 1988

MOST RUSHING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (SEC Rec.) 2. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 3,017 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 4. 2,734 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 5. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 171.9 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,891 in 11 games) (SEC Record) 2. 159.3 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (1,752 in 11 games) 3. 146.9 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (1,616 in 11 games) 4. 140.6 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (1,547 in 11 games) 5. 119.3 - Willie McClendon, 1978 (1,312 in 11 games) AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - CAREER: 1. 159.4 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 in 33 games) (SEC Record) 2. 105.2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 (2,734 in 26 games) 3. 97.9 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 (3,232 in 33 games) 4. 88.4 - Robert Edwards, 1995-97 (2,033 in 23 games) 5. 86.1 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 (2,668 in 31 games) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - GAME: 1 5 - Washaun Ealey vs. Kentucky, 2010 2. 4 - Robert Edwards vs. S. Carolina, 1995 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1 19 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 2. 18 - Herschel Walker, 1981 3. 17 - Tim Worley, 1988; Todd Gurley, 2012 5. 16 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942; Herschel Walker, 1982; Lars Tate, 1986; Knowshon Moreno, 2008 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER: 1. 49 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 36 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 33 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 4. 32 - Charley Trippi, 1942, ’45-46 5. 30 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: 1. 7.06 - Rodney Hampton, 1987 (126x890) 2. 6.85 - Charles Trippi, 1942 3. 6.82 - Glynn Harrison, 1975 4. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 5. 6.77 - Keith Henderson, 1985 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: 1. 6.42 - Charley Trippi, 1942, 45-46* 2. 6.37 - Glynn Harrison, 1972-75 3. 6.04 - Keith Henderson, 1985-86-88 4. 5.95 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 5. 5.80 - Tim Worley, 1985-86-88 AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - GAME: (Min. 40 rushes) 1. 6.46 - Herschel Walker vs. Ole Miss, 1981 (41x265) AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - SEASON: (Min. 200 rushes) 1. 6.79 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (228x1,547) 2. 6.24 - Todd Gurley, 2012 (222x1,385) 3. 5.90 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (274x1,616) 4. 5.60 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (250x1400)

5. 5.38 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 (248x1,334) 6. 5.28 - Frank Sinkwich, 1941 (209x1,103) AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH - CAREER: (Min. 800 rushes) 1. 5.29 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994x5,259) MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 1,616 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 1,385 - Todd Gurley, 2012 3. 1,334 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SOPH.: 1. 1,891 - Herschel Walker, 1981 2. 1,400 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 3. 989 - Todd Gurley, 2013 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 1,752 - Herschel Walker, 1982 2. 1,547 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 3. 1,324 - Musa Smith, 2002 MOST YARDS RUSHING BY A SENIOR: 1. 1,312 - Willie McClendon, 1978 2. 1,016 - Lars Tate, 1987 3. 908 - Robert Edwards, 1997 MOST YARDS RUSHING IN 3 SEASONS: 1. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (NCAA Record) 2. 3,232 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 2,668 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 4. 2,581 - Kevin McLee, 1975-77 5. 2,271 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 MOST GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 4 - Herschel Walker, 1980 2. 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. 9 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 1 – Charles Trippi, 1942, 45-46; Kevin McLee, 1975-77; Lars Tate, 1984-87; Rodney Hampton, 1987-89; Garrison Hearst, 1990-92; Verron Haynes, 1999-2001 MOST GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE - CAREER: 1. 28 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 16 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 3. 13 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08 MOST SEASONS 1,500 YARDS OR MORE: 1. 3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 1 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 MOST SEASONS GAINING 1,000 YARDS OR MORE: 1. 3 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 2 - Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08

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georgia record book ANNUAL RUSHING LEADERS

Year Player

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

Todd Gurley Todd Gurley Isaiah Crowell Washaun Ealey Washaun Ealey Knowshon Moreno Knowshon Moreno Kregg Lumpkin Thomas Brown Thomas Brown Michael Cooper Musa Smith Verron Haynes Brett Millican Jasper Sanks Olandis Gary Robert Edwards Robert Edwards Torin Kirtsey Terrell Davis Terrell Davis Garrison Hearst Garrison Hearst Garrison Hearst Rodney Hampton Tim Worley Lars Tate Lars Tate Keith Henderson Andre Smith K. Montgomery Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Herschel Walker Matt Simon Willie McClendon Kevin McLee Kevin McLee Glynn Harrison Glynn Harrison Jimmy Poulos Jimmy Poulos Andy Johnson Ricky Lake Julian Smiley Bruce Kemp Ronnie Jenkins Ronnie Jenkins P. Ridlehuber P. Ridlehuber Larry Rakestraw Leon Armbrester Bill McKenny Fred Brown Bill Godfrey Theron Sapp Theron Sapp Carl Manning Bobby Garrard Bobby Garrard Bob Clemens Bob Clemens Lauren Hargrove Billy Mixon

Att Yds TD

165 989 10 222 1,385 17 185 850 5 157 811 11 125 717 3 250 1,400 16 248 1334 14 162 798 6 147 736 4 172 875 8 156 673 6 260 1324 8 126 691 7 67 375 2 177 896 6 143 698 10 165 908 12 184 800 9 134 603 5 97 445 6 167 824 5 228 1594 19 153 968 9 162 717 5 218 1059 12 191 1216 14 208 1016 14 188 954 16 108 731 3 110 665 4 120 519 7 334 1752 16 385 1891 18 274 1616 15 152 589 3 287 1312 13 178 717 5 218 1058 6 131 894 5 149 959 4 167 702 3 150 556 7 174 870 13 135 570 3 124 494 4 140 553 4 170 646 7 171 669 5 142 401 2 110 368 6 102 170 4 64 266 0 81 328 1 78 355 2 79 319 2 114 635 1 137 599 5 83 348 0 107 533 3 93 442 1 120 586 6 106 460 5 89 422 4 134 705 3

ANNUAL PASSING LEADERS

Year Player

Comp-Att-Int Yds TD

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 L. Rakestraw 1962 L. Rakestraw 1961 L. Rakestraw 1960 F. Tarkenton 1959 F. Tarkenton 1958 Charley Britt 1957 Charley Britt 1956 William Hearn 1955 Dick Young 1954 Jimmy Harper 1953 Z. Bratkowski 1952 Z. Bratkowski 1951 Z. Bratkowski 1950 Mal Cook

225-347-9 249-386-10 238-403-14 209-342-8 185-331-15 235-383-10 194-348-10 135-256-13 173-310-5 175-299-4 264-438-11 218-379-8 192-324-9 91-183-10 216-380-6 176-290-9 199-306-8 175-344-16 69-112-3 259-433-14 269-425-7 151-258-12 159-286-4 72-123-5 92-174-9 66-122-2 67-132-4 100-181-6 51-112-6 64-130-10 68-137-5 62-148-9 114-188-9 77-156-9 59-112-11 72-133-5 25-55-6 36-81-6 29-72-4 60-121-10 43-120-9 55-121-11 33-77-4 42-79-7 71-162-11 116-207-12 46-116-7 36-80-7 32-60-1 17-54-2 103-209-14 78-196-16 88-136-12 108-185-12 62-102-6 31-75-8 31-77-13 26-61-6 48-97-8 29-71-8 113-224-23 131-262-16 116-248-29 35-68-6

3,075 26 3,893 36 3,149 35 3,049 24 2,584 24 3,459 25 2,523 19 1,749 7 2,588 24 2,508 20 3,307 13 2,924 22 2,789 17 1,250 6 2,713 17 2,484 12 2,751 19 2,440 13 872 2 3396 24 3525 24 2248 12 1984 7 871 4 1330 6 945 4 1026 7 1475 9 759 2 620 4 796 6 907 8 1603 12 1314 11 719 8 878 6 312 2 609 7 369 2 1317 8 506 6 756 3 341 1 651 4 946 7 1619 9 699 3 524 4 487 3 408 1 1297 7 1135 8 710 4 1189 7 736 6 535 3 415 4 294 1 875 8 407 2 1461 6 1824 12 1578 6 535 1

individual PASSING MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - GAME: 1. 65 - Eric Zeier vs. Florida, 1993 2. 62 - Cory Phillips vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 3. 55 - Quincy Carter vs. Georgia Tech, 1999 4. 54 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 5. 53 - Eric Zeier vs. Auburn, 1993

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MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - SEASON: 1. 438 - David Geene, 2003 2. 433 - Eric Zeier, 1994 3. 425 - Eric Zeier, 1993 4. 403 - Aaron Murray, 2011 5. 386 - Aaron Murray, 2012

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS - CAREER: 1. 1478 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 1440 - David Geene, 2001-04 3. 1402 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 987 - Mathew Stafford, 2006-2008 5. 853 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 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.) 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 CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS DURING A GAME: 1. 19 – Mike Bobo vs. Wisconsin, 1998 Outback Bowl 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 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 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) 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 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 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE GAME (Min. 20 completions): 1. 86.95% - David Greene vs. Vanderbilt (20x23), 2002 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE GAME (Min. 30 completions): 1. 78.95% - Aaron Murray vs. Kentucky (30x38), 2012


georgia record book BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE SEASON: 1. 65.03% - Mike Bobo (199x306), 1997 2. 64.84% - Aaron Murray, 2013 3. 64.51% - Aaron Murray, 2012 4. 63.29% - Eric Zeier, 1993 5. 61.61% - Hines Ward, 1995 BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE CAREER: 1. 62.31% - Aaron Murray (921x1478), 2010-13 2. 59.77% - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 3. 59.17% - Hines Ward, 1994-96 4. 58.96% - David Greene, 2001-04 5. 58.68% - Fran Tarkenton, 1958-60 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS COMPLETION - SEASON: 1. 21.95 - Matt Robinson, 1974 2. 18.41 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 3. 18.23 - Dick Young, 1955 4. 17.25 - Charlie Britt, 1958 5. 17.06 - Buck Belue, 1980 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS COMPLETION - CAREER: 1. 18.36 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 2. 18.02 - Dick Young, 1954-55 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS ATTEMPT SEASON: 1. 10.88 - Matt Robinson, 1974 2. 10.09 - Aaron Murray, 2012 3. 9.27 - Johnny Rauch, 1948 4. 9.03 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 5. 9.02 - Dick Young, 1955 AVERAGE GAIN PER PASS ATTEMPT CAREER: 1. 8.91 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 8.38 - Matt Robinson, 1974-76 3. 8.37 - Johnny Rauch, 1945-48 4. 8.27 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 5. 8.04 - Dick Young, 1954-55 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - GAME: 1. 5 – Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska, 2013 Aaron Murray vs. New Mexico St. (1st half), 2011 Joe Cox vs. Arkansas, 2009 Matthew Stafford vs. Ga. Tech, 2008, D.J. Shockley vs. Boise State, 2005 David Greene vs. LSU, 2004 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 - Aaron Murray, 2010

Rating 158.61 142.86 138.30 137.54 137.13 137.08 133.30 133.04 130.21 127.79

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING - CAREER Player (UGA Yrs.) Aaron Murray (10-13) D.J. Shockley (02-05) David Greene (01-04) Joe Cox (06-09) Mike Bobo (94-97) Eric Zeier (91-94) Matthew Stafford (06-08) Johnny Rauch (45-48) Buck Belue (78-81) Quincy Carter (98-00)

24 - Joe Cox, 2009 24 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 24 - Eric Zeier, 1993, 1994 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAREER: 1. 121 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 72 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 67 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 51 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 38 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 MOST INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 8 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Georgia Tech, 1951 (35 atts.) 2. 6 - Johnny Rauch vs. Chattanooga, 1948 6 - Zeke Bratkowski vs. Maryland, 1951

Yards TD 13,166 121 3,555 34 11,528 72 3,016 29 6,334 38 11,153 67 7,731 51 4,044 33 3,864 32 6,447 35

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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 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 3,049 – Aaron Murray, 2010 2. 2,789 – David Greene, 2001 3. 2,484 – Quincy Carter, 1998 4. 1,984 – Eric Zeier, 1991 5. 1,749 – Matthew Stafford, 2006

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 29 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951 (248 atts.) (SEC Record) 2. 23 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1953 3. 20 - Johnny Cook, 1943

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 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

MOST YARDS PASSING BY A JUNIOR: 1. 3,893 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 3,525 - Eric Zeier, 1993 3. 3,459 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 4. 3,307 - David Greene, 2003 5. 2,440 - Mike Bobo, 1996

CONSECUTIVE ATTEMPTS WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION: 1. 214 - David Greene, 2004 2. 176 - David Greene, 2002-03 176 - Eric Zeier, 1993-94

MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SENIOR: 1. 3,396 - Eric Zeier, 1994 2. 3,075 - Aaron Murray, 2013 3. 2,751 - Mike Bobo, 1997 4. 2,588 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 5. 2,584 - Joe Cox, 2009

LOWEST INTERCEPTION % - SEASON: (Min. 200 attempts): 1. 1.33% - David Greene, 2004 (4 in 299 atts.) 2. 1.39% - Eric Zeier, 1991 (4 in 286) 3. 1.58% - Quincy Carter, 1999 (6 in 380) 4. 1.61% - D.J. Shockley, 2005 (5 in 310) 5. 1.65% - Eric Zeier; 1993 (7 in 425)

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING - SEASON

Rating Year Player 174.82 2012 Aaron Murray 158.82 2013 Aaron Murray 155.80 1997 Mike Bobo 154.48 2010 Aaron Murray 153.54 2008 Matthew Stafford 150.07 1974 Matt Robinson 148.39 2004 David Greene 148.30 1993 Eric Zeier 148.26 2005 D.J. Shockley 146.41 2011 Aaron Murray

Att/Comp 1478/921 443/240 1440/849 389/218 766/445 1402/838 987/564 483/252 484/264 853/483

Att/Comp/Int Yards TD Pct. 386-249-10 3,893 36 64.5 347-225-9 3,075 26 64.8 306-199-8 2,751 19 65.0 342-209-8 3,049 24 61.1 383-235-10 3,459 25 61.4 121-60-10 1,317 8 49.6 299-175-4 2,508 20 58.5 425-269-7 3,525 24 63.3 310-173-5 2,588 24 55.8 403-238-14 3,149 35 59.1

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. 59 - Quincy Carter vs. Florida, 1998 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. 400 - Aaron Murray, 2013

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georgia record book 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, 1040-42 AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - GAME (Minimum 10 plays): 1. 16.40 - Eric Zeier vs. NE Louisiana, 1994 (8x10 for 164 [p]) 2. 16.30 - Willie McClendon vs. Florida, 1977 (10x163 [r]) 3. 15.72 - Ray Goff vs. Ole Miss, 1976 (4x4 for 104 [p]; 7x69 [r]) 4. 13.77 - Eric Zeier vs. Texas Tech, 1993 (13x19 for 317 [p]; 3x-14 [r]) 5. 13.31 - Dick Young vs. Auburn, 1955 (7x11 for 186 [p]; 2x-13 [r]} AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 8.60 - Aaron Murray, 2012 2. 8.15 - Aaron Murray, 2013 3. 7.99 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 4. 7.94 - Charles Trippi, 1942 5. 7.75 - Mike Bobo, 1997 6. 7.63 - David Greene, 2001 7. 7.61 - Eric Zeier, 1994 8. 7.58 - David Greene, 2004 9. 7.50 - Aaron Murray, 2010 7.50 - D.J. Shockley, 2005 11. 7.38 - Charles Trippi, 1946 AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY - CAREER: 1. 7.69 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 2. 7.52 - Charles Trippi, 1942, 1945-46* 3. 7.14 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 4. 7.08 - Joe Cox, 2006-09 5. 7.04 – Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 6. 7.03 – D.J. Shockley, 2002-05 7. 6.95 - Eric Zeier, 1991-94 8. 6.86 - David Greene, 2001-04 9. 6.39 - Quincy Carter, 1998-2000 10. 6.34 - Glynn Harrison, 1972-75 *Career stats for Charley Trippi include partial 1945 season in which Trippi joined the team in midseason after being released from the armed forces. TOTAL OFFENSE - GAME: 1. 527 - Eric Zeier vs. Southern Miss, 1993 (544 passing, -17 rushing) 2. 494 - Eric Zeier vs. South Carolina, 1994 (485 passing, 9 rushing) 3. 452 - Aaron Murray vs. Auburn, 2013 (415 passing, 37 rushing) 4. 451 - Eric Zeier vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 (441 passing, 10 rushing) 5. 445 - Aaron Murray vs. North Texas, 2013 (408 passing, 37 rushing) 6. 432 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1994 (420 passing, 12 rushing) 7. 430 - Aaron Murray vs. Nebraska, 2013 (427 passing, 3 rushing)

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8. 424 - Eric Zeier vs. Tennessee, 1994 (401 passing, 23 rushing) 9. 423 - Eric Zeier vs. Kentucky, 1993 (425 passing, -2 rushing) 10. 421 - Mike Bobo vs. Ga. Tech, 1997 (415 passing, 6 rushing) 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 TOTAL OFFENSE - CAREER: 1. 13,562 - Aaron Murray, 2010-13 (SEC Record) 2. 11,270 - David Greene, 2001-04 3. 10,841- Eric Zeier, 1991-94 4. 7,944 - Matthew Stafford, 2006-08 5. 7,053 - Quincy Carter, 1998-200 6. 6,054 - Mike Bobo, 1994-97 7. 5,259 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 8. 4,824 - Zeke Bratkowski, 1951-53 9. 4,775 - James Jackson, 1984-87 10. 4,602 - Frank Sinkwich, 1940-42 TD RESPONSIBILITY - GAME: 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) TD RESPONSIBILITY - SEASON: 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 7. 26 - Matthew Stafford, 2008 8. 25 - Eric Zeier, 1993 25 - Eric Zeier, 1994 10. 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. 42 - Buck Belue, 1978-81

ANNUAL TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Year Player Plays Yards 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 Tim Worley 1987 James Jackson 1986 James Jackson 1985 James Jackson 1984 Todd Williams 1983 John Lastinger 1982 Herschel Walker 1981 Herschel Walker 1980 Herschel Walker 1979 Buck Belue 1978 W. McClendon 1977 Kevin McLee 1976 Kevin McLee 1975 Glynn Harrison 1974 Glynn Harrison 1973 Andy Johnson 1972 James Ray 1971 Andy Johnson 1970 Paul Gilbert 1969 Mike Cavan 1968 Mike Cavan 1967 Kirby Moore 1966 Ronnie Jenkins 1965 Kirby Moore 1964 Lynn Hughes 1963 L. Rakestraw 1962 L. Rakestraw 1961 L. Rakestraw 1960 Fran Tarkenton 1959 Fran Tarkenton 1958 Theron Sapp 1957 Theron Sapp 1956 Carl Manning 1955 Dick Young 1954 Bobby Garrard 1953 Z. Bratkowski 1952 Z. Bratkowski 1951 Z. Bratkowski 1950 Billy Mixon

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PASS RECEIVING MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 15 - Shannon Mitchell vs. Florida, 1993 (140 yards)


georgia record book 2. 13 - Michael Johnson vs. Auburn, 2002 (141 yards) 3. 12 - Randy McMichael vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (156 yards) 4. 11 - Damien Gary vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 (126 yds) 11 - Mohamed Massaquoi vs. UK, 2008 (191 yards)

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 76 - Brice Hunter, 1993 2 59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 4. 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 5. 57 - A.J. Green, 2010

ANNUAL RECEIVING LEADERS Year Player Rec Yds TD

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 204 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 182 - Brice Hunter, 1992-95 3. 166 - A.J. Green, 2008-10 4. 161 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 5. 158 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08

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 1004 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 59 799 7 1994 Brice Hunter 1993 Brice Hunter 76 970 9 1992 Andre Hastings 52 860 5 1991 Andre Hastings 48 683 5 1990 Sean Hummings 25 376 1 30 404 1 1989 Kirk Warner 1988 John Thomas 23 354 3 1987 John Thomas 25 391 1 1986 Lars Tate 22 214 1 1985 Herman Archie 10 116 0 19 204 1 1984 Scott Williams 1983 Herman Archie 31 355 2 1982 Clarence Kay 12 175 2 1981 Lindsay Scott 42 728 6 1980 Amp Arnold 20 357 4 34 512 1 1979 Lindsay Scott 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 C. Whittemore 46 620 5 28 452 4 1969 C. Whittemore 1968 C. Whittemore 40 608 2 18 356 3 1967 Dennis Hughes 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 16 237 2 1957 James Orr 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

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 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 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. 2,282 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2005-08 7. 2,098 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 AVG. GAIN PER REC. - SEASON: 1. 28.5 - Lamar Davis, 1942 2. 26.4 - Rex Putnal, 1972 3. 23.5 - Gene Washington, 1976 4. 23.4 - Reggie Davis, 2013 23.4 - Fred Gibson, 2001 6. 22.8 – Sean Bailey, 2005 AVG. GAIN PER REC. - CAREER: 1. 24.6 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 2. 20.7 - Bobby Walston, 1947-50 3. 20.5 - Rex Putnal, 1970-72 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. 11 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 9 - A.J. Green, 2010 , Terrence Edwards, 1999; Brice Hunter, 1993; Hason Graham, 1994; Tavarres King, 2012 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - CAREER: 1. 30 - Terrence Edwards, 1999-2002 2. 23 - A.J. Green, 2008-10 3. 21 - Tavarres King, 2008-12 4. 20 - Fred Gibson, 2001-04 5. 19 - Brice Hunter, 1992-94 MOST RECEPTIONS BY A FRESHMAN: 1. 56 - A.J. Green, 2008 2. 53 - Terrence Edwards, 1999 3. 45 - Malcolm Mitchell, 2011 4. 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. 59 - Brice Hunter, 1994 2. 57 - A.J. Green, 2010 3. 52 - Andre Hastings, 1992 52 - Hines Ward, 1996 MOST RECEPTIONS BY A SENIOR: 1. 59 - Terrence Edwards, 2002 2. 58 - Mohamed Massaquoi, 2008 3. 55 - Hines Ward, 1997

ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - GAME: 1. 290 - Rodney Hampton vs. Ole Miss, 1987 (227 rush, 28 rec., 35 KO ret.) 2. 285 – Fred Gibson vs. Kentucky; 2001 (201 rec., 84 KO ret.) 3. 283 - Herschel Walker vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 (283 rush, 0 rec., 0 ret.) 4. 279 - Herschel Walker vs. Florida, 1981 (192 rush, 55 rec., 32 KO ret.) 5. 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.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2,067 - Herschel Walker, 1981 (1,891 rush, 84 rec., 92 KO ret.) 2. 1,910 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (1,547 rush, 324 rec., 39 KO ret.) 3. 1,877 - Herschel Walker, 1982 (1,752 rush, 89 rec., 36 KO ret.) 4. 1,822 – Knowshon Moreno, 2008 (1,400 rush, 393 rec., 30 PR ret.) 5. 1,805 - Herschel Walker, 1980 (1,616 rush 70 rec., 119 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS - CAREER: 1. 5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.) 2. 3,870 - Hines Ward, 1994-97 (1,063 rush, 842 ret.) 3. 3,834 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 (3,232 rush, 546 rec., 39 KO ret.) 4. 3,750 – Thomas Brown, 2004-07 (2,646 rush, 373 rec., 731 ret.) 5. 3,582 - Rodney Hampton, 1987-89 (2,668 rush, 438 rec., 476 KO ret.) MOST ALL-PURPOSE YDS. (3 YEARS): 1. 5,749 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (5,259 rush, 243 rec., 247 KO ret.) 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: 1. 1,034 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 (994 rush, 26 rec., 14 KO ret.)

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SCORING ANNUAL SCORING LEADERS TD PAT F G TP Year Player

2013 Marshall Morgan 0 47 22 113 18 0 0 108 2012 Todd Gurley 2011 Blair Walsh 0 46 21 109 2010 Blair Walsh 0 46 20 106 0 42 20 102 2009 Blair Walsh 2008 Knowshon Moreno 18 0 0 108 2007 Brandon Coutu 0 49 18 103 2006 B. Southernland 10 0 0 60 2005 Brandon Coutu 0 45 23 114 2004 Andy Bailey 0 36 14 78 2003 Billy Bennett 0 38 31 131 2002 Billy Bennett 0 52 26 130 0 34 17 85 2001 Billy Bennett 2000 Billy Bennett 0 24 13 63 1999 Hap Hines 0 36 14 78 1998 Olandis Gary 10 0 0 60 1997 Robert Edwards 13 0 0 78 1996 Robert Edwards 10 0 0 60 1995 Kanon Parkman 0 23 13 62 1994 Kanon Parkman 0 40 17 91 1993 Kanon Parkman 0 35 19 92 1992 Garrison Hearst 21 0 0 126 1991 Garrison Hearst 9 1 0 56 1990 John Kasay 0 10 19 67 0 22 24 79 1989 John Kasay 1988 Tim Worley 18 0 0 108 14 1 * 86 1987 Lars Tate 1986 Lars Tate 17 0 0 75 1985 Steve Crumley 0 29 12 65 1984 Kevin Butler 0 23 23 92 0 28 18 82 1983 Kevin Butler 1982 Herschel Walker 17 1* 0 104 1981 Herschel Walker 20 0 0 120 1980 Herschel Walker 15 0 0 90 0 21 15 66 1979 Rex Robinson 1978 Willie McClendon 13 0 0 78 0 15 10 45 1977 Rex Robinson 1976 Allan Leavitt 0 37 11 70 1975 Kevin McLee 10 0 0 60 1974 Horace King 12 0 0 72 0 25 8 49 1973 Allan Leavitt 1972 Jimmy Poulos 7 0 0 42 1971 Andy Johnson 13 0 0 78 1970 Kim Braswell 0 22 13 61 1969 J. McCullough 0 22 8 46 1968 J. McCullough 0 31 7 52 0 31 7 52 1967 J. McCullough 1966 Bobby Etter 0 12 21 57 1965 Bobby Etter 0 16 10 46 1964 P. Ridlehuber 6 0 0 36 1963 B. McCullough 0 16 5 31 1962 D. Porterfeld 5 0 0 30 1961 D. Pennington 0 9 3 18 0 16 8 40 1960 D. Pennington 1959 D. Pennington 0 26 2 32 1958 Fred Brown 4 0 0 24 1957 Theron Sapp 5 0 0 30 1956 G. Whitton 2 0 0 12 1955 Bobby Garrard 4 2 0 26 1954 Bob Clemens 4 0 0 24 1953 Bob Clemens 6 0 0 36 1952 B. Dellinger 6 0 0 36 1951 Zippy Morocco 6 0 0 36 1950 Mal Cook 6 0 0 36 * 2-point conversion

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MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME: 1. 30 - Washaun Ealey vs UK, 2010 (5TDs) 30 - Robert Edwards vs. S.C, 1995 (5TDs) 2. 24 - 9 times by 8 players, most recently Robert Edwards vs. Fla., 1997 (4 TDs) MOST POINTS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 131 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (SEC Record) 2. 130 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 126 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 4. 120 - Herschel Walker, 1981 5. 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 MOST POINTS SCORED - CAREER: 1. 412 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 (SEC Record) 2. 409 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 4. 314 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 5. 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - GAME: 1. 5 - Washaun Ealey vs. UK, 2010 5 - Robert Edwards vs. South Carolina, 1995 2. 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. Cal State Fullerton, 1992 Robert Edwards vs. Florida, 1997 Todd Gurley vs. Ga. Tech, 2013 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - SEASON: 1. 21 - Garrison Hearst, 1992 2. 20 - Herschel Walker, 1981 3. 18 - Todd Gurley, 2012 18 - Knowshon Moreno, 2008 18 - Tim Worley, 1988 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - CAREER: 1. 52 - Herschel Walker, 1980-82 2. 37 - Lars Tate, 1984-87 3. 35 - Garrison Hearst, 1990-92 4. 32 - Charles Trippi, 1942, 45-46* 32 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Knowshon Moreno, 2007-08

KICKING MOST PATS MADE - GAME: 1. 10 - George Jernigan vs. Furman, 1946 10 - Kanon Parkman vs. NE La., 1994

PATS ATTEMPTED - CAREER: 1. 185 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 2. 151 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 129 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 4. 125 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 5. 122 - Hap Hines, 1996-1999 PAT PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 1. 100% - 21 times, most recently Marshall Morgan, 2013 (47x47) Most Atts. Billy Bennett, 2002 (52x52) PAT PERCENTAGE - 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. 97.6% - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (122x125) MOST CONSECUTIVE PATS: CAREER: 1. 119 - Blair Walsh, 2008-10 2. 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 3. 113 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 4. 101 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME: 1. 6 - Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 4 - 15 times by 9 players, most recent by Marshall Morgan vs. Nebraska 2014 FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON: 1. 31 - Billy Bennett, 2003 (NCAA, SEC Record) 2. 26 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 23 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 23 - Kevin Butler, 1984 5. 22 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 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. 61 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 5. 56 - Rex Robinson, 1977-80 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - GAME: 1. 6 - Rex Robinson vs. Georgia Tech, 1979 (3x6); Kanon Parkman vs. Florida, 1993 (4x6); Billy Bennett vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (6x6); Blair Walsh vs. Vanderbilt, 2011 (4x6)

MOST PATS MADE - SEASON: 1. 63 - Marshall Morgan, 2012 2. 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 3. 50 - Blair Walsh, 2008 4. 49 - Brandon Coutu, 2007 5. 47 - George Jernigan, 1946 47 - Marshall Morgan, 2013

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

MOST PATS MADE - CAREER: 1. 184 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 2. 148 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 3. 125 - Allan Leavitt, 1973-76 4. 122 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 5. 117 - Hap Hines, 1996-1999

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - CAREER: 1. 110 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (SEC Rec.) 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

PATS ATTEMPTED - SEASON: 1. 67 - Marshall Morgan, 2012 2. 54 - Leo Costa, 1942 3. 52 - Billy Bennett, 2002 52 - George Jernigan, 1946 5. 50 - Blair Walsh, 2008

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - SEASON: 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


georgia record book 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. 73.79% - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 5. 71.76% - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE: 1. 17 - Marshall Morgan, 2013-current 2. 14 - Billy Bennett, 2000-01 14 - Kevin Butler, 1983 MOST POINTS KICKING - GAME: 1. 19 – Billy Bennett vs. Ga. Tech, 2001 (6 FGs, 1 PAT) 2. 16 - Kanon Parkman vs. Clemson, 1994 (4 FGs, 4 PATs) 3. 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. 114 - Brandon Coutu, 2005 (23 FGs, 45 PATs) 4. 113 - Marshall Morgan, 2013 (22 FGs, 47 PATs) 5. 109 - Blair Walsh, 2011 (21 FGs, 46 PATs) MOST POINTS KICKING - CAREER: 1. 412 - Blair Walsh, 2008-11 (76 PATs, 184 PATs) (SEC Record) 2. 409 - Billy Bennett, 2000-03 (87 FGs, 148 PATs) 3. 353 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 (77 FGs, 122 PATs) 4. 282 - Kanon Parkman, 1991, 93-95 (59 FGs, 99 PATs) 5. 273 – Brandon Coutu, 2004-07 (53 FGs, 114 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. 38 - Kevin Butler, 1981-84 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

PUNTING MOST PUNTS - GAME: 1. 14 - Bill Hartman vs. Auburn, 1937 2. 12 - Spike Jones vs. Auburn, 1969 3. 11 - Mack Faircloth vs. Vanderbilt 1963 11 - Spike Jones vs. Houston, 1967 11 - Bucky Dilts vs. Ole Miss, 1976 MOST PUNTS - SEASON: 1. 80 - Don Golden, 1972 2. 78 - Patrick Field, 1949 3. 71 - Don Golden 1973 71 - Spike Jones, 1969 5. 66 - Spike Jones, 1967 66 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003 MOST PUNTS - CAREER: 1. 224 - Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 2. 194 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 3. 188 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93 4. 181 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 5. 178 - Dax Langley, 1994-97 PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME: 1. 63.0 - Bobby Walden vs. Texas, 1958 (3 for 189 yards) 2. 57.0 - Drew Butler vs. Okla. State, 2009 (6 for 342 yards) 3. 55.2 - Drew Butler vs. Ole Miss, 2011 (4 for 221 yards) 55.2 - Drew Butler vs. Arkansas, 2009 (4 for 221 yards) PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON: 1. 48.1 - Drew Butler, 2009 2. 45.4 - Chip Andrews, 1984 3. 45.3 - Bobby Walden, 1958 4. 44.5 - Drew Butler, 2010 5. 44.2 - Drew Butler, 2011 PUNTING AVERAGE - CAREER: 1. 45.4 - Drew Butler, 2008-11 (7,589/167) 2. 43.2 - Chip Andrews, 1983-84 3. 43.1 - Brian Mimbs, 2005-08 4. 42.8 - Bobby Walden, 1958-60 42.8 - Cris Carpenter, 1985-86 NET PUNTING - SEASON: 1. 42.6 - Collin Barber, 2013 2. 41.9 - Drew Butler, 2009 3. 41.6 - Chip Andrews, 1984 4. 40.9 - Cris Carpenter, 1986 5. 40.6 - Drew Butler, 2010 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. 3,092 - Spike Jones, 1968 3,092 - Don Golden, 1972 3. 2,906 - Don Golden, 1973 4. 2,893 - Patrick Field, 1949 5. 2,858 - Chip Andrews, 1984

ANNUAL PUNTING LEADERS Year Player No./Yds Avg. 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

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

29/1279 60/2488 58/2566 50/2225 56/2691 47/2068 57/2414 51/2007 57/2443 53/2119 66/2571 64/2708 42/1838 58/2450 17/688 45/1638 39/1514 54/2141 45/1778 40/1561 37/1419 49/1897 40/1676 62/2381 65/2559 49/1922 31/1141 41/1808 53/2212 63/2858 46/1848 57/2305 44/1810 26/979 61/2467 48/1878 64/2402 49/1931 47/1820 36/1334 71/2906 80/3092 55/2104 49/1915 71/3092 57/2351 66/2600 27/1008 45/1716 64/2513 51/1946 61/2382 59/2243 38/1657 55/2219 44/1991 41/1531 19/779 1/45 2/84 50/2132 63/2412 57/2224 63/2495

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

PUNTING YARDS - CAREER: 1. 9,003 – Gordon Ely-Kelso, 2003-06 2. 8,043 - Spike Jones, 1967-69 3. 7,684 - Jonathan Kilgo, 1999-2002 4. 7,589 - Drew Butler, 2008-11 5. 7,373 - Scot Armstrong, 1990-93

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georgia record book INTERCEPTIONS ANNUAL INTERCEPTION LEADERS Year Player, (Pos) No. Yds. TD

2013 Shaq Wiggins, CB 2 4 2012 Damian Swann, CB 2011 Bacarri Rambo, SS 8 2010 Bacarri Rambo, SS 3 Brandon Boykin, CB 3 Sanders Commings, CB 3 4 2009 Reshad Jones, S 2008 Reshad Jones, S 5 2007 Kelin Johnson, FS 4 2006 Tony Taylor, MLB 7 2005 Tim Jennings, CB 4 2 2004 Tim Jennings, CB 2003 Sean Jones, ROV 5 2002 Kentrell Curry, FS 4 2001 Jermaine Phillips, ROV 3 2000 Tim Wansley, CB 6 1999 Jamie Henderson, CB 5 1998 Kirby Smart, FS 5 1997 Kirby Smart, FS 6 1996 Corey Johnson, FS 4 1995 Corey Johnson, FS 3 6 1994 Carlos Yancy, CB 1993 Buster Owens, SS 3 Greg Tremble, CB 3 Chris Clemons, LB 3 1992 Greg Tremble, FS 3 1991 Chuck Carswell, CB 3 David Hargett, SS 3 1990 George Wynn, CB 3 1989 Ben Smith, FS 10 1988 Rusty Beasley, FS 3 1987 Vince Guthrie, LB 3 1986 Gary Moss, CB 5 1985 Gary Moss, CB 4 1984 Jeff Sanchez, FS 4 1983 Andre Holmes, CB 3 1982 Terry Hoage, ROV 12 1981 Ronnie Harris, CB 4 1980 Jeff Hipp, FS 8 1979 Jeff Hipp, FS 6 1978 Scott Woerner, CB 4 1977 Jeff Lewis, LB 2 1976 J. Henderson, CB 4 1975 B. Thompson, CB 4 1974 Steve Taylor, CB 5 1973 Keith Harris, LB 3 1972 Dick Conn, S 5 1971 Don Golden, S 4 1970 B. Rosenberg, CB 6 1969 Buck Swindle, DB 7 1968 Jake Scott, S 10 1967 Jake Scott, S 6 1966 Terry Sellers, RH 5 1965 L. Hughes, S-QB 6 1964 Barry Wilson, RE 3 1963 Ken Davis, C 2 1962 Joseph Burson, LH 2 1961 Bobby Green, RT 1 1960 F. Tarkenton, QB 3 1959 Charley Britt, QB 3 1958 Pat Dye, LG 2 1957 Charley Britt, QB 3 1956 William Hearn, QB 2 1955 W. Tarleton, LH 3 1954 Jimmy Harper, QB 3 1953 J. Campagna, S 3 1952 Art Decarlo, ILB-S 3 1951 Claude Hipps, LH 6 1950 A. Capnara, RH 3

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INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 1. 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 4. 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); Bacarri Rambo vs. Ole Miss, 2011; Sanders Commings vs. Ten nessee, 2012; Damian Swann vs. Nebraska, 2013 INTERCEPTIONS (RET. YDS) -SEASON: 1. 12 (51) - Terry Hoage, 1982 (SEC Record) 2. 10 (175) - Jake Scott, 1968 10 (54) - Ben Smith, 1989 4. 9 (49) - Jeff Sanchez, 1982 5. 8 (189) - Eli Maricich, 1948 8 (104) - Jeff Hipp, 1980 8 (157) - Bacarri Rambo, 2011 INTERCEPTION RET. YDS. - SEASON: 1. 189 - Eli Maricich (8), 1948 2. 175 - Jake Scott (10), 1968 3. 157 - Bacarri Rambo (8), 2011 4. 154 - Carlos Yancy (6), 1994 154 - Tra Battle (6), 2006 INTERCEPTIONS (RET. YDS) - CAREER: 1. 16 (315) - Jake Scott, 1967-68 16 (293) - Bacarri Rambo, 2009-12 3. 14 (121) - Jeff Hipp, 1979-80 14 (54) - Terry Hoage, 1981-83 5. 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. 315 - Jake Scott (16), 1967-68 2. 303 - Scott Woerner (13), 1977-80 3. 293 - Bacarri Rambo (16), 2009-12 4. 234 - Eli Maricich (12), 1947-49 5. 210 - Lynn Hughes (10), 1964-66 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. 87 yards - Joe Burson vs. Auburn, 1962

KICK RETURNS MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - GAME: 1. 7 - Brandon Boykin vs. South Carolina, 2011 (184 yards) MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 38 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 38 - Brandon Boykin, 2011 3. 34 - Brandon Boykin, 2010 4. 28 - Gene Washington, 1974 28 - Asher Allen, 2007 MOST KICKOFF RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 110 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11

2. 71 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 3. 52 - Lindsay Scott, 1978-81 4. 47 - Asher Allen, 2006-08 5. 43 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE - GAME: 1. 190 - Scott Woerner vs. Kentucky, 1977 (6 ret.) 2. 187 - Brandon Boykin vs. S.C, 2009 (4 ret.) 3. 184 - Brandon Boykin vs. S.C., 2011 (7 ret.) 4. 159 - Andre Hastings vs. Kentucky, 1990 (3 ret.) 5. 149 – Asher Allen vs. Florida, 2007 (6 ret.) KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE SEASON: 1. 988 - Brandon Boykin, 2009 (38 ret.) 2. 850 - Brandon Boykin, 2011 (38 ret.) 3. 825 - Brandon Boykin, 2010 (34 ret.) 4. 690 - Asher Allen, 2007 (28 ret.) 5. 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. 36.0 - Gene Washington, 1973 (8x288, inj.) 2. 34.3 - Tim Worley, 1988 3. 29.3 - Fred Lane, 1986 4. 28.1 - Andre Hastings, 1990 5. 27.8 - Arthur Marshall, 1989 27.8 - Wayne Swinford, 1962 AVG. KICKOFF RETURN - CAREER: (Min. 20) 1. 25.6 – Ramarcus Brown, 2005-08 (818 on 32 ret.) 2. 25.5 - Andre Hastings, 1990-92 3. 25.3 - Arthur Marshall, 1988-91 4. 24.2 - Brandon Boykin, 2008-11 5. 24.0 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 1. 100 - Todd Gurley vs. Buffalo, 2012; Brandon Boykin vs. Kentucky, 2010, vs. S. Carolina, 2009; vs. Tennessee, 2009 5. 99 - Lindsay Scott vs. LSU, 1978 99 - Thomas Brown vs. Tennessee, 2006 KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS GAME 1. 1 - Several players, Last by Todd Gurley vs. Buffalo, 2012 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 2. 2 - Gene Washington, 1973-76 3. 1 - several players


georgia record book ANNUAL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS Year Player No./Yds TD Avg.

2013 J.J. Green 2012 Malcolm Mitchell 2011 Brandon Boykin 2010 Brandon Boykin 2009 Brandon Boykin 2008 Ramarcus Brown 2007 Asher Allen 2006 Asher Allen 2005 Tyson Browning 2004 Tyson Browning 2003 Tyson Browning 2002 Fred Gibson 2001 Fred Gibson 2000 Bruce Thornton 1999 Patrick Pass 1998 Champ Bailey 1997 Champ Bailey 1996 Hines Ward 1995 Kirby Smart 1994 Hines Ward 1993 Jerry Jerman 1992 Andre Hastings 1991 Andre Hastings 1990 Chad Wilson 1989 Arthur Marshall 1988 Tim Worley 1987 Cassius Osborn 1986 Fred Lane 1985 Tron Jackson 1984 Fred Lane 1983 Gary Moss 1982 Carnie Norris 1981 Herschel Walker 1980 Scott Woerner 1979 Lindsay Scott 1978 Lindsay Scott 1977 Scott Woerner 1976 Gene Washington 1975 Gene Washington 1974 Gene Washington 1973 Gene Washington 1972 Dennis Whitt 1971 Jimmy Poulos 1970 J. Montgomery 1969 Julian Smiley 1968 Jake Scott 1967 Kent Lawrence 1966 Kent Lawrence 1965 P. Ridlehuber 1964 W. Swinford 1963 Bob Taylor 1962 Don Porterfield 1961 C. Guthrie 1960 Fred Brown 1959 Bobby Walden 1958 Fred Brown 1957 Jimmy Orr 1956 George Whitton 1955 Jimmy Orr 1954 Bobby Garrard 1953 J. Campagna 1952 J. Campagna 1951 Zippy Morocco 1950 Zippy Morocco

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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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

MOST PUNT RETURNS - GAME: 1.

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.)

MOST PUNT RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 2. 4.

36 - Lamar Davis, 1946 35 - Jake Scott, 1968 35 - Andre Hastings, 1992 34 - Damien Gary, 2002 34 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 34 - Wayne Swinford, 1964

MOST PUNT RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 2. 3.

114 - Damien Gary, 2000-03 89 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 88 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 88 - Scott Woerner, 1977-80 88 - Chuck Carswell, 1988, 90-91 81 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 55 - Thomas Flowers, 2004-07

PUNT RETURN YARDS - GAME:

1. 202 - Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 returns)

PUNT RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

488 - Scott Woerner, 1980 464 - Lamar Davis, 1941 458 - Damien Gary, 2002 440 - Jake Scott, 1968 438 – Thomas Flowers, 2005 436 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1971 388 - Chuck Carswell, 1988 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, 1988-90-91 946 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 4. 5. 821 - Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 787 - Jimmy Harrell, 1981-84 6. 7. 718 - Chris McCranie, 1993-96 586 - Jake Scott, 1967-68 8. 9. 581 - Mikey Henderson, 2004-07 10. 549 - Ken McCall, 1948-49

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. 2. 3. 4. 6.

29.33 - J.B. Davis, 1956 (6/176 yards) 21.88 - Preston Ridlehuber, 1965 21.55 - Jimmy Campagna, 1952 21.22 - Billy Jackson, 1960 21.22 - Prince Miller, 2008 20.20 - Thomas Flowers, 2007

AVG. PUNT RET. - SEASON: (Min. 15)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

15.7 -- Scott Woerner, 1980 (31/488 yards) 15.1 -- Thomas Flowers, 2004 14.7 -- Mikey Henderson, 2006 14.4 -- Zippy Morocco, 1950 14.1 -- Zippy Morocco, 1951 13.7 -- Thomas Flowers, 2005 13.5 -- Damien Gary, 2002 13.5 -- Terry Sellers, 1967

AVG. PUNT RET. - CAREER: (Min. 25)

1. 3. 4. 5.

14.9 – Thomas Flowers, 2004-07 (821/55) 14.9 - Prince Miller, 2006-09 (417/28) 14.2 - Zippy Morocco, 1949-51 13.3 - Kent Lawrence, 1966-68 13.2 - Mikey Henderson, 2004-07

ANNUAL PUNT RETURN LEADERS No./Yds TD Avg. Year Player 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

Reggie Davis Malcolm Mitchell Brandon Boykin Branden Smith Prince Miller Prince Miller Mikey Henderson Mikey Henderson Thomas Flowers Thomas Flowers Damien Gary Damien Gary Damien Gary Damien Gary Patrick Pass Michael Greer Michael Greer Chris McCranie Chris McCranie Chris McCranie Chris McCranie Andre Hastings Chuck Carswell Chuck Carswell Arthur Marshall Chuck Carswell Nate Lewis Fred Lane John Little Jimmy Harrell Jimmy Harrell Jimmy Harrell Jimmy Harrell Scott Woerner Scott Woerner Scott Woerner Scott Woerner Mark Mitchell Mark Mitchell Glynn Harrison Glynn Harrison Buzy Rosenberg Buzy Rosenberg Buzy Rosenberg Buck Swindle Jake Scott Terry Sellers Kent Lawrence P. Ridlehuber Wayne Swinford B. Woodward B. Woodward B. Woodward Billy Jackson Charley Britt Charley Britt D. Soberdash Jefferson Davis W. Tarleton John Bell Bobby Garrard J. Campagna Zippy Morocco Zippy Morocco

14/46 11/57 14/180 10/143 19/226 9/191 19/214 25/367 32/438 16/242 30/281 34/458 23/288 27/226 15/136 14/123 19/166 20/73 25/263 20/180 14/202 35/298 33/345 24/281 25/173 31/388 14/195 18/103 21/169 26/247 20/158 30/285 13/97 31/488 22/200 23/277 12/112 20/233 5/63 19/110 23/256 28/205 34/436 26/305 30/267 35/440 15/203 14/209 8/175 34/343 9/79 13/83 15/70 9/191 18/208 9/110 7/38 6/176 7/62 8/37 7/118 9/194 20/281 17/244

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3.3 5.2 12.9 14.3 11.9 21.2 11.3 14.7 13.7 15.1 9.4 13.5 12.5 8.4 9.1 8.8 8.7 3.7 10.5 8.2 14.4 8.5 10.5 11.7 6.9 12.5 13.9 5.7 8.0 9.5 7.9 9.5 7.5 15.7 9.1 12.0 9.3 11.7 12.6 5.7 11.1 7.3 12.8 11.7 8.9 12.6 13.5 14.9 21.9 10.1 8.8 6.4 4.7 21.2 11.5 12.2 5.4 29.3 8.8 4.6 16.9 21.6 14.1 14.4

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georgia record book LONG PUNT RETURN - GAME: 1. 100 - Jimmy Campagna vs. Vanderbilt, 1952 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 92 - Prince Miller vs. Alabama, 2008 92 - Brandon Boykin vs. Mich. St., 2012 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 PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER: 1. 4 - Buzy Rosenberg, 1970-72 2. 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 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, 2002; 2003 3. 3, 1999 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 - Boss Bailey, 2002 3 - Sean Jones, 2003 3. 2 - several players, Last by Kendrell Bell, 1999 BLOCKED FIELD GOALS: CAREER 1. 3 - Boss Bailey, 1998-99, 2001-02 3 - Sean Jones, 2001-03 3. 2 - several players, Last by Kendrell Bell, 1999-2000

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)

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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 (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 in the SEC Championship Game (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 in the SEC Championship Game (UA 32-28) Jordan Jenkins vs. App. State, Nov. 9, 2013 (UGA 45-6) Leonard Floyd vs. Auburn, Nov. 16, 2013 (AU 43-38)  * Bernard Williams also had three Block PATs in 1990 and one in 1991.

TOTAL KICK RETURNS MOST RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 52 - Brandon Boykin (14 PR, 38 KOR), 2011 2. 50 - Wayne Swinford (34 PR, 16 KOR), 1964 3. 49 - Andre Hastings (35 PR, 14 KOR), 1992 4. 46 - Jake Scott (35 PR, 11 KOR), 1968 5. 41 - Arthur Marshall(25 PR,16 KOR), 1989 MOST RETURNS - CAREER: 1. 124 - Brandon Boykin (14 PR, 110 KOR), 2 008-11 2. 123 - Scott Woerner (88 PR, 35 KOR), 1 977-80 3. 122 - Damien Gary (114 PR, 8 KOR), 2 000-03 4. 97 - Buzy Rosenbert (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), 1972 MOST RETURN YARDS - SEASON: 1. 1,030 - Brandon Boykin (14/180 PR, 38/850 KOR), 2011 2. 988 - Brandon Boykin (0 PR, 38/988 KOR), 2009 3. 825 - Brandon Boykin (0 PR, 34/825 KOR), 2010 4. 720 - Scott Woerner (31/488 PR, 9/232 KOR), 1989 5. 710 - Wayne Swinford (34/343 PR, 16/ 367 KOR), 1964 6. 694 - Jake Scott (35/440 PR, 11/254 KOR), 1968 MOST RETURN YARDS - CAREER: 1. 2,843 - Brandon Boykin (14/180 PR, 110/2663 KOR), 2008-11 2. 1,916 - Scott Woerner (88/1,077 PR, 35/ 839 KOR), 1977-80 3. 1,637 - Gene Washington (71/1,637 PR, 0/0 KOR), 1973-76 4. 1,396 - Damien Gary (114/1253 PR, 8/ 143 KOR), 2000-03 5. 1,256 – Asher Allen (10.146 PR, 47.1,110 KOR), 2006-08 6. 1,212 - Chuck Carswell (88/1,014 PR, 8/198 KOR), 1988, 90-91 RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON: 1. 3 Jim Campagna, 1952 (2 PR, 1 KOR) 3 Brandon Boykin, 2009 (3 KOR) MOST 100- YARD KICK-OFF RETURNS CAREER *1. 3 Brandon Boykin vs. Kentucky, 2010; vs. S.C., 2009; vs. Tennessee, 2009 * NCAA Record


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Individual Career Stats 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 0 4/8 0 0 3 10 1997 11/11 39 9 48 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    24x26 13x14 2000 2001 34x34 17x25 52x52 26x33 2002 2003 38x39 31x38 Totals 148x151 87x110

LG TP 49 63 55 85 47 130 52 131 55 409

MIKE BOBO, QB

Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 TOTAL

G/GS Att. Comp. 4/0 27 17 4/4 89 54 11/10 344 175 11/11 306 199 30/25 766 445

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

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

Int. TD LG 0 1 50 (2) 2 5 54 16 13 83 OM 8 19 72 NLU 26 38 83 OM

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 Long 9 53 USU 4 67 VU 6 56 AU 11 65 VU 30 67 VU

A. J. GREEN, FLK - Rushing

Year G/GS Att. Yards TD LG 2008 13/11 4 61 0 28 UK 2009 10/8 0 0 0 -9/8 3 44 0 40 CU 2010 Total 32/27 7 105 0 40 CU Receiving Year G/GS Rec. Yards Per/Rec. Per/Gm. TD 2008 13/11 56 963 17.2 74.1 8 2009 10/8 53 808 15.2 80.8 6 2010 9/8 57 848 14.9 94.2 9 32/27 166 2,619 15.8 81.8 23 Total Punt Returns Year Ret. Yards Avg TD LG 2 25 12.5 0 18 UCF 2010 Total 2 25 12.5 0 18 UCF

DAVID GREENE, QB - Passing

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Total

G/GS 11/11 14/14 14/14 12/12 51/51

Att Comp. 324 192 379 218 438 264 299 175 1440 849

Pct. .593 .575 .603 .585 .590

Yds 2789 2924 3307 2508 11528

INT 9 8 11 4 32

LG 54 UF 65 VU 50 CU 65 VU

TD LG 17 68 UK 22 65 VU 13 93 LSU1 20 79 ARK 72 93 LSU1

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

GARRISON HEARST, TB - Rushing

Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total

G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. Yds. INT 13/13 342 209 61.1 3,049 8 14/14 403 238 59.1 3,149 14 14/14 386 249 64.5 3,893 10 11/11 347 225 64.8 3,075 9 52/52 1,478 921 62.3 13,166 41

Rushing: 286 att., 396 yards, 16 TDs, LG: 57UT

DAVID POLLACK, DE

Year G/GS Solo Asst. Total 2001 10/4 18 19 37 2002 14/14 58 44 102 2003 14/14 47 45 92 2004 12/12 35 17 52 Totals 50/44 158 125 283

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

TD Eff. LG 24 154.48 66GT 35 146.41 80MSU 36 174.82 87NEB 26 158.82 98NT 121 158.61 98 NT

Sacks TL Int. 2/12 4/21 0 14/99 23.5/128 2 7.5/54 13.5/67 2 12.5/91 17.5/98 0 36/256 58/314 4

CF 1 2 1 3 7

R F PBU QBP 0 0 9 1 7 35 0 9 32 2 2 41 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 4 1 14 Totals 41/25 106 117 223 9.5/66.5 25.5/67.5 1 1

MATT STAFFORD, QB - Passing

Year 2006 2007 2008 Total

G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. Yds. INT 13/8 256 135 .527 1,749 13 13/13 348 194 .557 2,523 10 13/13 383 235 .614 3,459 10 39/34 987 564 .571 7,731 33

Rushing: 141 att., 213 yards, 6 TDs, LG: 39AU

TD LG 7 53 AU 19 84 UF 25 78 UK 51 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 0-0-0 1995 70-247-2 18-249-0 112-68-3-872-2 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 12-208-0 120-71-3-918-3 48-842-0 Totals 203-1063-5 144-1965-12 *Total All Purpose Yards — 4,788 (1,063 rush, 1,965 rec., 918 pass., 842 ret.)

ERIC ZEIER, QB - Passing Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 Totals

G/GS Att. Comp. Pct. Yards 11/6 286 159 .556 1984 11/11 258 151 .585 2248 11/11 425 269 .633 3,525 11/11 433 259 .598 3,396 44/39 1402 838 .598 11,153

TERRY HOAGE, S

RODNEY HAMPTON, TB - Rushing

Year G/GS 1987 11 1988 10 1989 10 Totals 31

AARON MURRAY, QB - Passing

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

SCOTT WOERNER, CB

Year    Solo Asst. Total Sacks Int. 1977 0 0 0 0 0 1978 37 29 66 0 4 1979 28 6 34 0 4 1980 32 15 47 0 5 Totals 97 50 147 0 13 Punt Returns Year    No. Yds. Avg. TD LG 1977 12 112 9.3 0 38 1978 23 277 12.0 1 72 1979 22 200 9.1 0 45 1980 31 488 15.7 1 67 Totals 88 1077 12.2 2 72

Int. 4 12 7 14 37

TD 7 12 24 24 67

LG 62AU 64AU 80(2) 79AU 80 (2)

Most Starts in Georgia History 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Kickers not included

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 Kevin Breedlove (OL ’99-’02)......47 Jon Stinchcomb (OL ’99-’02).......46 Lindsay Scott (SE ’78-’81)...........46 Larry Brown (TE ’95-’98)............46

Kickers included

1. Blair Walsh (PK '08-11)................53 2. David Greene (QB ’01-’04)..........52 Aaron Murray (QB ‘10-’13).........52 4. Clint Boling, (OL '07-'10).............50 Cordy Glenn (OL '08-'11).............50 6. Billy Bennett (PK ’00-’03)...........49 Ben Jones (C '08-'11)....................49 8. Kevin Butler (PK ’81-’84)............48 Daniel Inman (OL '03-'06)............48 10. Kevin Breedlove (OL ’99-’02)......47

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INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE RECORDS Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15.

Total Tackles Ben Zambiasi (1974-77) ..........467 Greg Bright (1994-97)..............453 Tommy Thurson (1980-83) ......448 John Brantley (1984-87) ..........415 Nate Taylor (1979-82) .............390 Knox Culpepper (1981-84) ......383 John Little (1983-86) ...............381 Randall Godfrey (1992-95)......365 Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ..........348 Tony Gilbert (1999-2002).........328 Jim Griffith (1974-77) .............325 Mo Lewis (1987-90) ................314 Orantes Grant (1996-99)...........312 Terrie Webster (1985-88) .........311 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 T11. Rennie Curran (2006-09)..........173 T11. Tony Taylor (2002-03, ‘05-06)... 173 14. 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. Bill Goldberg (1986-89) ........ 178 7. Bill Mitchell (1982-85) .......... 171 8. John Little (1983-86) ............. 165 9. Terrie Webster (1985-88) ....... 164 10. Greg Bright (1994-97)............ 163 11. John Brantley (1984-86) ........ 146 12. Mo Lewis (1987-90) ............. 145 13. 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. Josh Mallard (1998-2001)..........18 10. Greg Waters (1984-85) ..............16 11. Charles Grant (1999-2001).........15 12. Will Thompson (2001-02,04-05).......14.5 Charles Johnson (2004-06)......14.5 14. Mo Lewis (1987-90)..................14 15. Bill Krug (1975-77) ...................13 Phillip Daniels (1992-95)...........13

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*Tackles For A Loss (TFL) David Pollack (2001-04).........58.5 Quentin Moses (2003-06)........44.5 Jarvis Jones (2011-12)................44 Justin Houston (2008-10)...........38 Geno Atkins (2006-09)...............33 Charles Johnson (2004-06)......29.5 Odell Thurman (2003-04)........29.5 8. Charles Grant (1999-2001).........27 9. Tony Gilbert (2000-02)............26.5 10. Richard Seymour (1997-2000).. 25.5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

*Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count as a TFL

Single Season

1. 2.  3. 4.        7.     9.  10. 11. 12.  13.   

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 Danny Jones (1973) ............. 135 Tommy Thurson (1983) ....... 135 Terrie Webster (1987) ........... 135

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.   Jim Griffith (1975) ................. 84 8.   Sylvester Boler (1974) ........... 81 9.   Nate Taylor (1979) ................. 80 10. Orantes Grant (1998) ............. 80 11.  John Brantley (1986) .............. 79 12.  Danny Jones (1973) ............... 78     John Brantley (1987) .............. 78 14. 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.

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 Tackles For A 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 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 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

*Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count as a TFL

Single Game

1. 2. 4.

Total Tackles Knox Culpepper vs. Ga. Tech (1983), 26 Knox Culpepper vs. Aub. (1983), 25 John Little vs. Ga. Tech (1984), 25 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 13 other players a total of 18 times.

Annual Sack Leaders

(Records begin in 1979) Year Sacks Player 1979 4 Gordon Terry, DE 1980 7 Jimmy Payne, DT 1981 12 Jimmy Payne, DT 1982 7 Freddie Gilbert, DE 1983 11 Freddie Gilbert, DE 1984 6 Kenny Sims, DG 1985 11 Greg Waters, DE 1986 6 Richard Tardits, DE 1987 10 Richard Tardits, DE 1988 12 Richard Tardits, LB 1989 10 Mo Lewis, OLB 1990 3 Mo Lewis, OLB 3 Eric Coney, OLB 1991 4 Dwayne Simmons, ILB 4 Curt Douglas, DT, 4 Damon Ward, OLB 4 Mitch Davis, OLB 1992 8.5 Mitch Davis, OLB 1993 13 Mitch Davis, OLB 1994 5 Phillip Daniels, OLB 5 Frank Watts, DT 1995 4 Phillip Daniels, BT 1996 7.5 Rahmon Cooper, BT

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

3 Greg Bright, ILB 3 Derrick Byrd, BT 6 Josh Mallard, NG 7 Charles Grant, DE 3 Josh Mallard, DE 6 Charles Grant, DE 14 David Pollack, DE 7.5 David Pollack, DE 12.5 David Pollack, DE 11.5 Quentin Moses, DE 9.5 Charles Johnson, DE 10.5 Marcus Howard, DE 3 R. Curran, LB 3 J. Wynn, DE; C. Irvin, DT 7.5 Justin Houston, DE 10 Justin Houston, OLB 13.5 Jarvis Jones, OLB 14.5 Jarvis Jones, OLB 6.5 Leonard Floyd, OLB

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 2011 2012 2013

(Records begin in 1976) Ben Zambiasi, LB 144 Ben Zambiasi, LB 173 Ricky McBride, LB 160 Nate Taylor, LB 120 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 Bill Goldberg, DT 121 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 Orantes Grant, LB 120 Richard Seymour, DT 74 Tony Gilbert, LB 96 Tony Gilbert, MLB 99 Boss Bailey, SLB 114 Tony Gilbert, MLB 114 Thomas Davis, FS 130 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 Shawn Williams, SS 72 Alec Ogletree, ILB 111 Ramik Wilson, ILB 133


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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. 5.

693 in 1976 691 in 1971 680 in 1975 656 in 1981 647 in 1982

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.

3,337 in 1971 3,267 in 1975 3,249 in 1985 3,102 in 1981 3,075 in 1976

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. 5.64 - 1992 (459 for 2,584) 2. 5.56 - 1985 (584 for 3,249)

MOST TDs RUSHING - SEASON:

1. 2. 4. 5.

39 in 1971 32 in 2012; 2007 30 in 1985 29 in 1988; 1981

PASSING MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65 vs. Florida, 1993 63 vs. Ga. Tech, 2000 56 vs. Ga., 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

MOST PASSES COMPLETED - SEASON:

MOST TOTAL YARDS - GAME:

MOST YARDS PASSING - GAME:

TOTAL YARDS - GEORGIA & OPPONENT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4.

293 in 2013 276 in 1994 274 in 2003 272 in 1993 257 in 2011; 2002

544 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 485 vs. South Carolina, 1994 450 vs. North Texas, 2013 441 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994; Auburn, 2013

MOST YARDS PASSING - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4,085 in 2013 3,991 in 2012 3,721 in 1994 3,610 in 2008 3,552 in 1993

AVG. YARDS PASSING/GAME - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

338.3 in 1994 322.9 in 1993 314.2 in 2013 285.1 in 2012 277.7 in 2008

BEST COMPLETION % - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

64.51% in 1997 63.83% in 2013 63.66% in 2012 62.96% in 1993 61.50% in 2008

MOST TDs PASSING - GAME:

1. 6 vs. Kentucky, 2002; New Mexico St., 2011 3. 5 vs. Northwestern State, 2002; LSU, 2004; Boise State, 2005; Ga Tech, 2008; Arkansas in 2009; Ga. Southern, 2012; Nebraska, 2013, Kentucky, 2013

MOST TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON:

1. 3. 4. 5.

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. Georiga Tech, 1999 (41r/56p) 96 vs. S.C., 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.

1,023 in 2003 1,016 in 2011 981 in 2002 945 in 2013 924 in 2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

713 vs. Florida Atlantic, 2012 667 vs. Southern Miss, 1993 654 vs. Ole Miss, 1942 641 vs. NOrth Texas, 2013 640 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981

1. 2. 3. 4.

1,102 vs. Ga. Tech, 1999 (GA 547, GT 555) 1,098 vs. Auburn, 2013 (GA 532, AU 566) 1,095 vs. Auburn, 1996 (UGA 556, AU 539) 1,088 vs. Wm. & Mary, 1988 (GA626, WM 462) 5. 1,084 vs. Kentucky, 2001 (GA 591, UK 493)

MOST TOTAL YARDS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6,547 in 2012 6,294 in 2013 5,719 in 2011 5,538 in 2008 5,389 in 2002

AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

484.15 in 2013 467.64 in 2012 466.82 in 1994 450.36 in 1992 446.55 in 1981

AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY - SEASON: 1. 7.1 in 2012 2. 6.8 in 1994 3. 6.7 in 1992; 2008; 2013

FIRST DOWNS MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4.

27 vs. South Carolina, 1974 26 vs. Memphis State, 1982 25 vs. Auburn, 1976 24 vs. Virginia, 1987; Oregon State, 1987

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

186 in 1975 176 in 1981 173 in 1976 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. 35 vs. Vanderbilt, 1981; Kentucky, 2013 3. 34 vs. Memphis State, 1982 4. 33 vs. Georgia Tech, 1999; Kentucky, 2002

MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

324 in 2013 297 in 2012 296 in 2011 289 in 2002 283 in 2003

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georgia record book SCORING MOST POINTS SCORED - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

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) 99 - GEORGIA 48, Ga. Tech 51 (1999,OT) 97 - GEORGIA 62, Vanderbilt 35 (1984) 95 - GEORGIA 51, Tennessee 44 (2012) 93 - GEORGIA 52, Arkansas 41 (2009)

MOST POINTS SCORED IN ONE HALF (Since 1950):

1. 49 vs. New Mexico State, 2011, 1st Half (all in 2nd quarter) 49 vs. NE Louisiana, 1994, 1st Half 3. 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. 2. 3. 5.

72 in 2012 58 in 2013 54 in 1942, 2011 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- 529 in 2012 (14 games)

HIGHEST AVG. PTS. PER 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—327 in 2006 (13 games)

FEWEST AVG. PTS. PER GAME - SEASON: 7 games - 2.0 in 1909 8 games - 2.6 in 1901 9 games - 9.4 in 1919

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10 games - 6.6 in 1956 11 games - 13.4 in 1977 12+games-25.2 in 2006 (13 games)

KICKING MOST FIELD GOALS - GAME:

1. 6 vs. Georgia Tech, 2001 (Ties SEC Record) 2. 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; Neb., 2014

MOST FIELD GOALS - SEASON:

1. 2. 3 4.

31 in 2003 (38 atts.) 26 in 2002 (33 atts.) 24 in 2013 (26 atts.) 23 in 1984 (28 atts.); 23 in 2005 (30 atts.)

MOST PUNT RET. - SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

50 in 2002 44 in 1992 41 in 1971 38 in 1984 37 in 1964

MOST PUNT RET. YARDS - GAME:

1. 202 vs. Oregon State, 1971 (5 ret.) 2. 195 vs. Alabama, 1951 2. 178 vs. Western Kentucky, 2006

MOST PUNT RET. YARDS - SEASON: 1. 746 in 2002 2. 554 in 1949 3. 554 in 1980 4. 506 in 1967 5. 505 in 2006 6. 503 in 1951 7. 492 in 1971 8. 456 in 2005

MOST PUNT RET. FOR A TD - SEASON:

MOST PATS - GAME:

1. 10 vs. Furman, 1946; NE Louisiana, 1994

1. 3 - in 1956; 2006 3. 2 - 7 times, most recent in 2002

MOST PATS - SEASON:

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RET. - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 5.

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 PUNTS - GAME:

1. 2. 3.

14 vs. Auburn 1937 12 vs. Auburn, 1969 11 vs. Houston, 1967; Ole Miss, 1976 11 vs. Clemson, 1990

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 45.3 in 1958 45.1 in 1984 44.5 in 2010 44.1 in 1986

PUNT RETURNS MOST PUNT RET. - GAME:

1. 9 vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1992 2. 8 vs. Alabama, 1951; North Carolina, 1955 3. 7 vs. Auburn, 1948; Georgia Tech, 1948; Florida, 1971; TCU, 1980; South Carolina, 1992; New Mexico State, 2000

MOST PUNT RET. FOR A TD - GAME: 1. 2 in 1971 (Buzy Rosenberg vs. Oregon State tied NCAA Record)

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 KICKOFF RET. - SEASON:

1. 60 in 2009 2. 54 in 1990 3. 51 in 2008

MOST KICKOFF RET. YARDS - GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4.

252 vs. South Carolina, 2009 190 vs. Kentucky, 1977 187 vs. Alabama, 2008 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 AVERAGE GAIN PER RET. - SEASON:

1. 26.6 in 1947 2. 24.4 in 1973 3. 24.1 in 1988


georgia record book 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

TEAM DEFENSE 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

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED SEASON:

1. 596 in 1941 2. 797 in 1981 3. 976 in 1966

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED GAME:

MOST FUMBLES LOST - GAME:

1. 0 vs. Alabama, 1946; Georgia Tech, 1961; Mississippi State, 1967; Georgia Tech, 1977; Cal St. Fullerton, 1992

MOST FUMBLES LOST - SEASON:

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED SEASON:

1. 6 vs. South Carolina, 1977; Auburn, 1977 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: By Georgia: 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 By Opponent: 10:57 Florida (1993): 21 plays, 80 yards, TD 9:45 UAB (2003): 18 plays, 75 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. 112 vs. South Carolina (11), 2008 5. 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) 795 in 2004 (12 games)

MOST PENALTIES – GAME: 1. 2.

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)

1. 642 in 1973 2. 673 in 1958 3. 683 in 1956

SACKS - SEASON (Since 1979):

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

52 (-364 yards), 1981 45 (-315 yards), 2002 44 (-254 yards), 1989 42 (-294 yards), 2007 37 (-266 yards), 2004 35 (-266 yards), 2011

TACKLES FOR A LOSS - SEASON:

(Prior to the 2000 season, Sacks did not count as a TFL):

1. 2. 3. 4.

116 in 2002 100 in 2011 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)

FEWEST 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)

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

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - GAME: 9 vs. Presbyterian, 1943 (SEC Record)

MOST INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON: 1. 35 in 1982 2. 33 in 1946

YARDS OF INTERCEPTION RETURNS - SEASON: 1. 510 in 1948 2. 433 in 2002 3. 368 in 1980 4. 324 in 1966

INTERCEPTION TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON:

1. 4 in 2000, 2002 2. 3 in 1949, 1966, 1997, 2008, 2010

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............................. 36-18-0 TOTAL ................... 767-407-54

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TEAM

RECORD IN OVERTIME: 6-4 (Home 0-0, Road 4-2, Neutral 2-2) 2013 - W, 41-34 @ Ga. Tech; W, 34-31 @ Tennesssee 2012 - L, 33-30 vs. Mich. State, Outback Bowl; 2010 - L, 34-31, vs. Florida 2007 - W, 26-23 @ Alabama); 2003 - W, 34-27 vs. Purdue, Capital One Bowl 2000 - L, 29-26 @ Auburn; W, 28-25 vs. Purdue Outback Bowl 1999 - L, 51-48 @ 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 (3 times, vs. Purdue, @Auburn 2000; @Tennessee, 2013) 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) Opponent’s Longest Drive: 8 plays, 40 yards (@Auburn, Result: TD, 1996)

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) Most Rushing Attempts: 10, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Most Rushing Yards: 60, Robert Edwards (AU, 1996) Longest Rush: 25, Todd Gurley (Ga. Tech, 2013) Longest Rushing TD: 25, Todd Gurley (Ga. Tech, 2013) 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 leads Bulldogs on a 16-play, 99-yard game-winning drive in 7:26. Barry Young scores 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 directs the Bulldogs on a 10-play, 99-yard drive in 4:05. Musa Smith scores 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 freshmen 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 takes Bulldogs 98 yards on 3 plays in 1:15. Big play 93-yard TD pass to Kevin Maxwell. Final: Georgia 35, Vanderbilt 16. 97 Yards: UGA vs. Kentucky, Nov. 6, 2004, in Lexington Leading 41-17 in the fourth quarter, D.J. Shockley leads 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 directs Bulldogs on a 10play, 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, directs 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 leads Georgia on 2-play, 96yard 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 takes the Bulldogs on a

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game-winning 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 leads 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 would win 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 hits 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’s two-point conversion pass was complete to Hodgson giving 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 takes the Bulldogs on a game-winning drive of 65 yards in 11 plays and 1:15. RB Jimmy Poulos scores 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. 69 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.


opponent records vs. georgia 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 33-49-0 9-9-85 408 Kerwin Bell, Florida 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 5 Danny Wuerffel, Florida 14-17-242 10-28-95 5 Ryan Mallett, Arkansas 21-39-408 9-19-09 4 by seven different players

Score Site 17-52 Athens 52-41 Fayetteville

Most Rushing Yards By Opposing Team

Yds School 430 Auburn 415 Vanderbilt 411 Georgia Tech 409 Georgia Tech

Rushes-TDs 63-3 71-4 77-5 56-5

Date Score 11-18-78 22-22 10-15-94 30-43 11-27-10 42-34 11-29-08 42-45

Most Rushing Yards By Opposing Player

Yds Player/School 250 Joe Cribbs, Auburn 232 Jamal Lewis, Tennessee 230 Paul Gipson, Houston

Rushes-TDs 34-2 22-0 37-1

Date 11-18-78 10-11-97 11-02-68

Most Rushing TDs By Opposing Player

TDs Player/School Rushes/Yds 4 James Stewart, Tennessee 24/211 Onterio McCalebb, Auburn 12/71 3 3 Randall Cobb, Kentucky 18/82 3 Tim Tebow, Florida 12/45 Arian Foster, Tennessee 17/98 3 3 Steve Slaton, W. Virginia 26/204 Derek Watson, S. Carolina 20/106 3 3 James Bostic, Auburn 19/183

Date 9-10-94 11-13-10 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 Date 141-0 10-15-83 17 Keith Edwards, Vanderbilt 13 Brad Gaines, Vanderbilt 168-0 10-21-89 12 Andrew Peacock, App. St. 90-0 11-09-13 76-0 11-02-02 12 Carlos Perez, Florida

Score 22-22 13-38 10-10

Player, School Rec.-TD’s Andre Rison, Mich. St. 9-3 Ronnie Danniels, Auburn 9-2 Tyrone Young, Florida 10-0 Wesley Walker, Cal 4-2 Toderick Malone, Alabama 8-2

Date 1-1-89 11-13-99 11-8-80 9-11-76 10-1-94

Site Auburn Knoxville Athens

Score Site 23-41 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 252 249 183 181 173

Site Auburn Athens Athens Athens

Score 34-27 21-38 26-21 36-24 28-29

Site Jacksonville Athens Jacksonville Athens Tuscaloosa

largest MARGINS OF VICTORY Margin Year Opponent.................................. Score 108 101 81 79 76 75 69 67 67 66 64 64 63 60

1913 1910 1941 1910 1958 1942 1922 1943 1944 1894 1994 1915 1946 1937

Ala. Presbyterian............................108-0 Locust Grove.................................101-0 @ Mercer.........................................81-0 Gordon.............................................79-0 Citadel..............................................76-0 Florida (Jacksonville)......................75-0 Newberry.......................................82-13 Tennessee Tech................................67-0 Presbyterian.....................................67-0 @ Augusta AC.................................66-0 NE Louisiana...................................70-6 Dahlonega........................................64-0 @ Furman........................................70-7 Oglethorpe.......................................60-0

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 60 Southern California 55 North Carolina 52 Florida 52 Florida Ga. Tech 51 51 Tennessee

Score Year Site 60-0 1931 Los Angeles 55-0 1900 Raleigh 52-14 1994 Gainesville 52-17 1995 Athens 51-48 (OT) 1999 Atlanta 51-33 2006 Athens

Most Points by Opponent in a Loss

Points Opponent Auburn 49 44 Tennessee 41 LSU 41 Arkansas 38 LSU/Kentucky

Score 56-49 (4OT) 51-44 44-41 52-41 52-38/42-38

Year Site 1996 Auburn 2012 Athens 2013 Athens 2009 Fayetteville 2008 Baton Rouge/Lexington

Most Points by Georgia in a Loss

Points Opponent 48 Georgia Tech 42 South Carolina Georgia Tech 42 38 Auburn 35 Clemson 35 West Virginia

Score 51-48 (OT) 45-42 45-42 43-38 38-35 38-35

Year 1999 2011 2008 2013 2013 2006

Site Atlanta Athens Athens Auburn, Ala. Clemson, S.C. 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 24-19 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

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 60 55 48 47 47 46 44 44 44 42 40 40 40 39

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Opponent..................................... Score

@ 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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fourth-quarter comebacks Georgia pulls it out when tied or trailing...

Year Opponent (Site) Start of 4th UCLA (Pasadena) 0-0 1942 1947 Furman (H) 0-0 1949 LSU (H) 0-0 Clemson (H) 7-7 1954 Vanderbilt (H) 14-13 Vanderbilt (H) 13-0 1955 1956 Florida State (H) 0-0 Alabama (Birmingham) 7-7 1959 Auburn (H) 13-7 1960 Mississippi State (H) 17-14 Georgia Tech (H) 6-0 1961 South Carolina (H) 7-3 Mississippi State (Atlanta) 7-3 1962 Auburn (A) 14-14 1964 Florida (Jax.) 7-0 Alabama (H) 17-10 1965 Michigan (A) 7-6 North Carolina (A) 35-21 1966 Mississippi State (Jackson) 17-17 South Carolina (A) 0-0 Kentucky (H) 15-14 Florida (Jax.) 10-10 Clemson (A) 17-17 1967 1968 South Carolina (A) 20-14 Ole Miss (H) 7-6 1970 South Carolina (H) 34-32 Auburn (A) 17-17 Tulane (H) 7-7 1971 Georgia Tech (A) 24-21 1972 Ole Miss (Jackson) 13-7 7-0 Florida (Jax.) 1973 Tennessee (A) 31-21 Vanderbilt (H) 31-31 1974 Florida (Jax.) 10-9 Richmond (H) 24-21 1975 Florida (Jax.) 7-3 1976 Florida (Jax.) 27-27 10-10 Georgia Tech (H) South Carolina (H) 13-12 1977 Vanderbilt (A) 13-10 Baylor (H) 7-6 1978 Kentucky (A) 16-7 Georgia Tech (H) 28-21 Ole Miss (A) 21-17 1979 1980 Tennessee (A) 15-9 Florida (Jax.) 21-20 1981 Florida (Jax.) 21-20 BYU (H) 14-7 1982 Mississippi State (A) 22-22 Vanderbilt (H) 13-10 Auburn (A) 14-13 1983 Florida (Jax.) 9-3 Texas (Dallas) 9-3 1984 Clemson (H) 23-23 Ole Miss (H) 12-10 1985 Clemson (A) 13-10 1986 Georgia Tech (H) 24-21 Kentucky (H) 14-10 1987 Arkansas (Liberty) 17-7 1988 Mississippi State (A) 35-35 Southern Miss (H) 17-12 1990 Alabama (H) 16-6 East Carolina (H) 10-3 1992 Ohio State (Citrus) 14-14 Kentucky (H) 28-27 1993 1994 Kentucky (A) 30-27 1995 Georgia Tech (A) 14-7 1996 Texas Tech (H) 6-0 Auburn (A) 14-28 Georgia Tech (A) 24-21 1997 1998 Virginia (Peach) 27-21 1999 LSU (H) 16-13 Vanderbilt (A) 17-3 Ole Miss (A) 17-9 Purdue (Outback) 25-18 2001 Tennessee (A) 24-20 Kentucky (H) 29-29 2002 Clemson (H) 28-28 25-24 Alabama (A) 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 *time of score is estimate

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Big Winning Play Clock Final 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 (time of score is estimate)...................................................................................................................................... 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 spring............................................................................................................................................................................. 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 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. Greene gives Dogs lead; Demarcus Dobbs interception seals it....................................................... 1:54............42-38 Matthew Stafford 17-yard pass to A.J. Greene............................................................................................................................................... 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


georgia vs. ranked opponents

Date

1936-2013, Associated Press Poll Overall: 91-127-8 (226 games) Home: 32-46-2; Away: 25-48-4; Neutral: 34-33-2

Result Game....................................................................................Site

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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 #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 #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.

Date

Result Game....................................................................................Site

-Dec. 20 1975-Nov. 8 -Jan. 1 1976-Sept. 11 -Oct. 2 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 6 -Jan. 1 1977-Oct. 1 -Oct. 22 1978-Oct. 14 1979-Oct. 13 -Nov. 17 1980-Nov. 1 -Nov. 8 -Jan. 1 1981-Jan. 1 1982-Sept. 6 -Nov. 6 -Jan. 1 1983-Sept. 3 -Nov. 5 -Nov. 12 -Jan. 2 1984-Sept. 22 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 -Dec. 22 1985-Nov. 9 -Nov. 16 1986-Oct. 11 -Nov. 15 1987-Sept. 19 -Oct. 10 -Nov. 7 -Nov. 14 1988-Sept. 3 -Sept. 24 -Nov. 12 1989-Oct. 7 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 18 1990-Oct. 6 -Oct. 13 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 -Dec. 1 1991-Oct. 5 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 9 1992-Sept. 12 -Oct. 31 -Jan. 1 1993-Sept. 11 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 13 1994-Sept. 10 -Oct. 1 -Oct. 29 -Nov. 12 1995-Sept. 9 -Sept. 30 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Dec. 30 1996-Oct. 12 -Nov. 2 -Nov. 16 1997-Oct. 11 -Nov. 1 -Nov. 15 1998-Oct. 3 -Oct. 10 -Oct. 31 -Nov. 21 -Dec. 31 1999-Oct. 9 -Oct. 30 -Nov. 20 -Nov. 27

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#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. GEORGIA 56, #20 Auburn 49 (4 OT).................. Auburn, Ala. #9 Tennessee 38, #13 GEORGIA 13............... Knoxville, Tenn. #14 GEORGIA 37, #6 Florida 17................... Jacksonville, Fla. #16 Auburn 45, #7 GEORGIA 34...............................ATHENS #12 GEORGIA 28, #6 LSU 27........................Baton Rouge, La #5 Tennessee 22, #7 GEORGIA 3..............................ATHENS #6 Florida 38, #11 GEORGIA 7 .................... Jacksonville, Fla. #17 Ga. Tech 21, #12 GEORGIA 19 ..........................ATHENS #19 GEORGIA 35, #13 Virginia 33................................ Atlanta #6 Tennessee 37, #10 GEORGIA 20.............. Knoxville, Tenn. #5 Florida 30, #10 GEORGIA 14................... Jacksonville, Fla. #21 GEORGIA 20, #16 Ole Miss 17....................Oxford, Miss. #20 Ga. Tech 51, #16 GEORGIA 48 (OT)..............Atlanta, Ga.

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georgia vs. ranked opponents -Jan. 1 2000-Oct. 7 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 25 2001-Sept. 8 -Oct. 6 -Oct. 27 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 24 2002-Oct. 5 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 16 -Dec. 7 -Jan 1 2003-Sept. 13 -Sept. 20 -Oct. 11 -Nov. 1 -Dec. 5 2004-Jan. 1 -Oct. 2 -Oct. 9 -Nov. 13 -Jan. 1 2005-Sept. 3 -Oct. 8 -Oct. 29 -Nov. 12 -Nov. 26 -Dec. 3 -Jan. 2 2006-Oct. 7 -Oct. 28 -Nov. 11 -Nov. 25 -Dec. 30 2007-Sept. 22 -Oct. 27 -Nov. 10 -Nov. 17 2008-Jan. 1 -Sept. 27 -Oct. 18 -Oct. 25 -Nov. 1 -Nov. 29 2009-Jan. 1 -Sept. 5 -Oct. 3 -Oct. 31 -Nov. 28 2010-Sept. 11 -Sept. 18 -Nov. 13 2011-Sept. 3 -Sept. 10 -Nov. 12 -Nov. 26 -Dec. 3 2012-Jan. 2 -Oct. 6 -Oct. 27 -Dec. 1 2013-Jan. 1 -Aug. 31 -Sept. 7 -Sept. 28 -Oct. 12 -Nov. 16

W #21 GEORGIA 28, #19 Purdue 25 (OT)......................... Tampa, Fla. W #19 GEORGIA 21, #21 Tenn. 10.......................................ATHENS L #8 Florida 34, #13 GEORGIA 23...............................Jacksonville, Fla. L #22 Auburn 29, #14 GEORGIA 26 (OT) ..................... Auburn, Ala. L #18 Ga. 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. L #6 South Carolina 35, #5 GEORGIA 7......................Columbia, S.C. W #12 GEORGIA 17, #3 Florida 9............................ Jacksonville, Fla. L #2 Alabama 32, #3 GEORGIA 28...................................Atlanta, Ga. W #6 GEORGIA 45, #23 Nebraska 31.............................. Orlando, Fla. L #8 Clemson 38, #5 GEORGIA 35............................... Clemson, S.C. W #11 GEORGIA 41, #6 South Carolina 30...........................ATHENS W #9 GEORGIA 44, #6 LSU 41.............................................ATHENS L #25 Missouri 41, #7 GEORGIA 26.....................................ATHENS L #7 Auburn 43, #25 GEORGIA 38................................. Auburn, Ala.

vs. No. 1 TEAM (1-4)

Date 1977-Jan. 1 1985-Nov. 9 1996-Nov. 2 2009-Oct. 31 2011-Dec. 3

Res. Game........................................................................ Site L #1 Pittsburgh 27, #5 GEORGIA 3............ $New Orleans, La. W #17 GEORGIA 24, #1 Florida 3..........Jacksonville, Fla. L #1 Florida 47, GEORGIA 7........................Jacksonville, Fla. L #1 Florida 41, GEORGIA 17......................Jacksonville, Fla. L #1 LSU 42, #12 GEORGIA 10........................... Atlanta, Ga.

Date Oct. 18, 1941 Oct. 31, 1942 Nov. 28, 1942 Jan. 1, 1943 Nov. 4, 1944 Jan. 1, 1946

Game Site 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

Wins Over Ranked Opponents (91)

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Oct. 12, 1946 Nov. 2, 1946 Nov. 30, 1946 Jan. 1, 1947 Sept. 23, 1950 Nov. 14, 1959 Dec. 1, 1960 Nov. 7, 1964 Sept. 18, 1965 Oct. 2, 1965 Nov. 5, 1966 Nov. 26, 1966 Dec. 31, 1966 Oct. 12, 1968 Nov. 16, 1968 Nov. 14, 1970 Sept. 29, 1973 Nov. 3, 1973 Dec. 28, 1973 Nov. 9, 1974 Nov. 8, 1975 Sept. 11, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Oct. 30, 1976 Nov. 6, 1976 Oct. 14, 1978 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. 9, 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

#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. 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, #19 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

*Rose Bowl; %Oil Bowl; $Sugar Bowl; +Orange Bowl; @Cotton Bowl; <Sun Bowl; >Peach Bowl; ^Chick-Fil-A Bowl; )Tangerine Bowl; &Citrus Bowl/Capital One Bowl; ~Outback Bowl; SEC=SEC Championship Game, Georgia Dome.


georgia vs. ranked opponents BULLDOGS VS. RANKED OPPONENTS AT SANFORD STADIUM (32-46-2)

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 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 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, they expanded the poll to a Top 25.

Georgia Streaks

GEORGIA’S LONGEST WINNING STREAKS G Year(s) Beginning Win.............................Ending Loss

17 15 15 11 11

1945-47 1941-42 1979-81 2007-08 1982

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

G Year(s) W Ties...Beginning Win/Tie.................... Ending Loss 17 1945-47 17 0......34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45... 14-7 to N. C. 9/27/47 15 1941-42 15 0......7-0 over Auburn 11/1/41............. 27-13 to Auburn 11/21/42 15 1979-81 15 0......16-3 over Ga. Tech 11/24/79....... 13-3 to Clemson 9/19/81 12 1919-21 10 2......0-0 with Clemson 11/27/19......... 10-7 to Harvard 10/15/21

GEORGIA’S LONGEST REGULAR SEASON UNBEATEN STREAKS

G Year(s) W Ties... Beginning Win...........................Ending Loss 28 1981-83 27 1...... 24-0 over S. Carolina 9/26/81.....13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 15 1945-47 15 0...... 34-7 over Chattanooga 11/4/45...14-7 to UNC 9/27/47 15 1967-69 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

W Ties.... Beginning Win....................... Ending Loss 23 0....... 16-15 over Tennessee 9//80 13-7 to Auburn 11/12/83 10 1....... 42-3 over Ole Miss 10/7/78 33-13 to Auburn 11/17/79 10 0....... 27-13 over Ole Miss 9/24/11 25-7 to S.C. 10/6/12

GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAKS

G Year(s) 24 1980-83 17 2001-04 12 1920-22 12 1958-60 12 1975-77 15 2011-13 10/12/13

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 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 59-0 over Coastal Carolina 9/17/11...... 41-26 to #25 Mizzou

GEORGIA’S LONGEST HOME UNBEATEN STREAKS

G Year(s) 24 1980-83 22 1908-14 17 2001-04 17 1919-22

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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annual team yardage

Offense

RUSHING RUSH / PASSING PASS / TOTAL YEAR YARDS GAME YARDS GAME YARDS 2013 2209 169.9 4085 314.2 6294 2012 2556 182.6 3991 285.1 6547 2011 2296 164.0 3423 244.5 5719 2010 1854 142.6 3151 242.4 5005 2009 2093 161.0 2615 201.2 4708 2008 1928 148.3 3610 277.7 5538 2007 2305 177.3 2579 198.4 4884 2006 1656 127.4 2397 184.4 4053 2005 2108 162.2 2977 229.0 5085 2004 1882 156.8 2972 247.6 4854 2003 1889 134.9 3435 245.4 5324 2002 1954 139.6 3435 245.4 5389 2001 1787 162.5 2974 270.4 4761 2000 1451 131.9 2365 215.0 3816 1999 1749 159.0 2827 257.0 4576 1998 1674 152.2 2745 249.5 4419 1997 1869 169.9 2890 262.7 4759 1996 1471 133.7 2536 230.5 4007 1995 1634 148.5 2377 216.0 4011 1994 1414 128.5 3721 338.3 5135 1993 1181 107.4 3552 322.9 4733 1992 2584 234.9 2370 215.5 4954 1991 1863 169.4 2428 220.7 4291 1990 1667 151.6 1436 130.6 3103 1989 1537 139.7 1928 175.3 3465 1988 2788 252.5 1450 131.8 4228 1987 3019 274.5 1307 118.9 4326 1986 2802 254.8 1586 144.2 4388 3249 295.3 1005 91.3 4254 1985 1984 2227 202.4 1205 109.5 3432 1983 2528 229.8 1269 115.3 3797 1982 3023 274.8 978 88.9 4001 1981 3102 282.0 1810 164.5 4912 1980 2647 240.6 1452 132.0 4099 1979 2117 197.9 1312 119.3 3489 1978 2364 197.0 1259 104.9 3623 1977 2199 199.9 635 57.7 2834 1976 3075 279.5 958 87.1 4033 3267 273.3 695 57.9 3962 1975 1974 2610 217.5 1567 130.6 4177 2018 168.2 1064 86.7 3082 1973 1972 2012 183.2 1452 132.0 3464 1971 3337 278.1 773 64.4 4110 1970 1727 172.7 1627 162.7 3354 1969 1885 188.5 1193 119.3 3078 1968 1988 198.8 1929 192.9 3917 1967 2273 227.3 826 82.6 3099 1966 1953 195.3 881 88.1 2834 1965 1534 153.4 938 93.8 2472 1964 1573 157.3 582 58.2 2155 1963 898 89.8 1319 131.9 2217 1962 982 98.2 1194 119.4 2176 1961 1043 104.3 920 92.0 1963 1960 1297 129.7 1286 128.6 2583 1959 1602 160.2 1149 114.9 2751 1958 2028 202.8 860 86.0 2688 1957 1531 135.1 569 56.9 2100 1956 1495 149.5 445 44.5 1940 1955 1145 114.5 1156 115.6 2301 1954 1582 158.2 460 46.0 2042 1953 1398 127.1 1575 143.2 2973 1952 1867 169.7 1878 170.7 3745 1951 1736 157.8 1618 147.1 3354 1950 1978 179.8 918 83.5 2896

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Defense

RUSHING RUSH / PASSING PASS / TOTAL YEAR YARDS GAME YARDS GAME YARDS 2013 1926 148.2 2956 227.4 4882 2459 175.6 5009 2012 2550 182.1 2011 1417 101.2 2464 176.0 3881 2357 181.3 4271 2010 1914 147.2 2009 1640 121.2 2772 213.2 4412 2008 1590 122.3 2466 189.7 4056 2773 213.3 4202 2007 1890 109.9 2006 1407 108.2 1950 150.0 3357 2005 1870 143.8 2205 169.6 4075 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 1998 1508 137.1 2373 215.7 3881 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 1993 2171 197.4 2029 184.5 4200 1992 1796 163.3 1699 154.4 3495 1871 170.1 3712 1991 1841 167.4 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 2180 198.2 3688 1986 1508 137.1 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 797 72.5 2086 189.6 2883 1981 1829 166.3 3369 1980 1540 140.0 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 2463 205.3 642 53.5 3105 1973 1972 1712 155.6 1413 128.5 3125 1078 89.8 1499 124.9 2577 1971 1970 1137 113.7 1505 150.5 2642 1969 1402 140.2 1357 135.7 2759 988 98.8 1363 136.3 2351 1968 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 1720 172.0 882 88.2 2602 1960 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


longest plays RUSHING TDs

Yds. Name Opponent 89 Tim Worley vs. Florida (Jax.) 89 Johnny Griffith vs. Furman (Greenville) South Carolina 87 Kirby Moore 86 Charlie Smith @ Kentucky 86 Charley Trippi Georgia Tech 85 Billy Mixon @ Boston College 84 James Ray @ South Carolina 81 Willie McClendon @ South Carolina 80 Brandon Boykin vs. Boise State (Atl.) 80 Richard Samuel @ Arkansas 80 Knowshon Moreno Troy 80 Robert Edwards Kentucky vs. Florida (Jax.) 80 Frank Harvey 80 Bruce Kemp @ Tennessee 80 Charlie Smith @ Chattanooga 79 Horace King Ole Miss 79 Lauren Hargrove vs. Auburn (Columbus) Robert Arnaud Kent State 78 78 Glynn Harrison @ Georgia Tech 77 Tim Worley TCU 76 Herschel Walker South Carolina 76 Herschel Walker Texas A&M 76 Bobby Dellinger @ Miami 75 Todd Gurley @ Clemson 75 Keith Marshall vs. Tennessee 75 Caleb King @ Georgia Tech 75 Garrison Hearst Georgia Southern Yds. 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 79 79 78

PASSING TDs

QB-receiver, Opponent Year 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 Charlie 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 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 James Jackson-Fred Lane, Clemson 1986

KICKOFF RETURN TDs

Yds. Name 100 100 100 100 99 99 96 96 96 95 93 93 91 90 89 89 87 86 85 83 81

Year 1985 1946 1967 1945 1942 1950 1971 1978 2011 2009 2007 1997 1992 1968 1945 1974 1951 1998 1975 1988 1980 1980 1952 2013 2012 2009 1992

Todd Gurley Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin Thomas Brown Lindsay Scott Lamar Davis Jimmy Campagna Gene Washington Vassa Cate Tim Worley Bill Hartman Fred Gibson Floyd Reid Johnny Rauch Andre Hastings Kent Lawrence Gene Washington Gene Littleton Vassa Cate Brandon Boykin

Opponent

Buffalo @ Kentucky @ Tennessee South Carolina Tennessee @ LSU @ Tulane vs. Auburn (Columbus) Clemson South Carolina Ole Miss @ Georgia Tech Clemson Clemson Wake Forest @ Kentucky vs. VMI (Roanoke) N.C. State The Citadel Mercer vs. *Texas A&M

Year

2012 2010 2009 2009 2006 1978 1940 1952 1973 1939 1988 1937 2002 1945 1944 1990 1966 1973 1958 1937 2009

*Independence Bowl, Shreveport, La.

PUNT RETURN TDs

Yds. Name

100 92 92 90 90 88 87 86 86 85 82 81

Jimmy Campagna Brandon Boykin Prince Miller Jake Scott Zippy Morocco Eli Maricich Buck Cheves Mickey Henderson Jerry Nunnally Lamar Davis Preston Ridlehuber Johnny Cook

Opponent

100 99 89 87 82 81 81 80 80

Charlie Britt Odell Thurman Steve Hughes Joe Burson Jermaine Phillips Carlos Yancy Gary Moss Fred Bilyeu Joe Jackura

1952 2012 2008 1968 1950 1949 1920 2006 1941 1941 1965 1943

*Outback Bowl, Tampa, Fla.

INTERCEPTED PASS TDs

Yds. Name

Year

@ Vanderbilt vs. *Michigan State Alabama @ Tennessee Furman @ North Carolina Alabama (blk. drop kick) Tennessee Centre Dartmouth Vanderbilt vs. VMI (Atlanta)

Opponent

vs. Florida (Jax.) Auburn The Citadel @ Auburn @Ole Miss NE Louisiana *Boston College @ North Carolina vs. Alabama (Birm.)

Year 1959 2003 1939 1962 2001 1994 1986 1951 1948

*Hall of Fame Bowl, Tampa, Fla.

FIELD GOALS

Yds. Name (Class)

60 59 58 58 57 57 57 56 56 56 55 55 55 54 54 54 54 53 53 53 53 52

Opponent

Kevin Butler (Sr.) Clemson Kevin Butler (So.) Ole Miss Brandon Coutu (So.) La.-Monroe Allan Leavitt (Sr.) Vanderbilt Kevin Butler (Sr.) Georgia Tech Rex Robinson (Sr.) South Carolina Rex Robinson (Sr.) Georgia Tech Marshall Morgan (So.) @ Tennessee Blair Walsh (Sr.) Coastal Carolina Brandon Coutu (So.) Kentucky Marshall Morgan (So.) LSU Brandon Coutu (Jr.) UAB Billy Bennett (So.) Arkansas Hap Hines (Sr.) Central Florida Hap Hines (Fr.) @ Kentucky Allan Leavitt (Fr.) @ Alabama Peter Rajecki (Sr.) Miss. State Blair Walsh (Jr.) Idaho State Blair Walsh (So.) @ Oklahoma State John Kasay (Jr.) Temple Rex Robinson (Fr.) @ Alabama 7 Players

Year

1984 1982 2005 1976 1984 1980 1980 2013 2011 2005 2013 2006 2001 1999 1996 1973 1970 2010 2009 1989 1977

**Chick-fil-A Bowl, Atlanta, Ga.; SEC Champ. Atlanta. Yds. Name

87 82 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75

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

Year 1967 1937 1973 1945 1961 1958 2008 1951 1973 2009

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

12 0 0 7 9 0 14

HOMECOMING GAMES

1929-2013 (Sanford Stadium)

1929, Nov. 16โ€ฏ............... 24 Auburn 0 1930, Oct. 18................ 26 North Carolina 0 1931, Oct. 24................. 9 Vanderbilt 0 12 1932, Oct. 29................ 33 Florida 1933, Oct., 28............... 25 New York Univ. 0 1934, Nov. 17................ 27 N. Carolina St. 0 7 1935, Oct. 12................ 31 Furman 1936, Oct. 31................. 0 Tennessee 46 0 1937, Oct. 23................ 19 Mercer 1938, Nov. 26................. 0 Georgia Tech 0 1939, Oct. 14................. 0 Holy Cross 13 1940, Nov. 30................ 21 Georgia Tech 19 0 1941, Nov. 22................ 35 Dartmouth 1942, Nov. 28................ 34 Georgia Tech 0 1943, Nov. 5................. 40 Presbyterian 12 1944, Dec. 2.................. 0 Georgia Tech 44 32 1945, Oct. 20................. 0 LSU 1946, Nov. 30................ 35 Georgia Tech 7 1947, Oct. 25................. 7 Alabama 17 1948, Nov. 27................ 21 Georgia Tech 13 1949, Oct. 29................. 7 Alabama 14 0 1950, Oct. 7................. 27 Mississippi State 1951, Nov. 3................. 14 Alabama 16 23 1952, Nov. 29................. 9 Georgia Tech 1953, Oct. 31................ 12 Alabama 33 1954, Oct. 16................ 16 Vanderbilt 14 1955, Oct. 29................ 35 Alabama 14 1956, Oct. 27................. 7 Kentucky 14 1957, Nov. 2................. 13 Alabama 14 0 1958, Oct. 25................ 28 Kentucky 1959, Oct. 31................ 42 Florida State 0 1960, Oct. 29................ 45 Tulsa 7 1961, Oct. 28................ 16 Kentucky 15 7 1962, Oct. 27................. 7 Kentucky 1963, Nov. 16................. 0 Auburn 14 1964, Oct. 24................ 21 Kentucky 7 1965, Oct. 9................. 23 Clemson 9 1966, Oct. 22................ 27 Kentucky 15 1967, Nov. 18................ 17 Auburn 0 6 1968, Oct. 19................ 32 Vanderbilt 1969, Oct. 25................ 30 Kentucky 0 1970, Oct. 31................ 52 South Carolina 34 1971, Oct. 23................ 34 Kentucky 0 3 1972, Oct. 21................ 28 Vanderbilt 1973, Oct. 27................. 7 Kentucky 12 1974, Oct. 19................ 38 Vanderbilt 31 1975, Oct. 4................. 35 Clemson 7 1976, Oct. 16................ 45 Vanderbilt 0 7 1977, Oct. 29................ 23 Richmond 1978, Oct. 21................ 31 Vanderbilt 10 1979, Nov. 3.................. 0 Virginia 31 1980, Oct. 18................ 41 Vanderbilt 0 1981, Oct. 24................ 21 Kentucky 0 1982, Oct. 16................ 27 Vanderbilt 13 1983, Oct. 29................ 31 Temple 14 1984, Nov. 3................. 13 Memphis State 3 1985, Nov. 2................. 58 Tulane 3 1986, Nov. 1................. 28 Richmond 13 1987, Oct. 24................ 17 Kentucky 14 1988, Oct. 29................ 59 William & Mary 24 1989, Nov. 4................. 37 Temple 10 1990, Oct. 20................ 39 Vanderbilt 28 1991, Oct. 26............... 49 Kentucky 27 1992, Oct. 17................ 30 Vanderbilt 20 1993, Oct. 23................ 33 Kentucky 28 1994, Oct. 15................ 30 Vanderbilt 43 1995 ,Oct. 21................ 12 Kentucky 3 1996, Oct. 19................ 13 Vanderbilt 2 1997, Oct. 18................ 23 Kentucky 13 1998, Oct. 17................ 31 Vanderbilt 6 1999, Oct. 23................ 49 Kentucky 34 2000, Oct. 14................ 29 Vanderbilt 19 2001, Oct. 20................ 43 Kentucky 29 2002, Oct. 19................ 48 Vanderbilt 17 2003, Oct. 25................ 16 UAB 13 2004, Oct. 16................ 33 Vanderbilt 3 2005, Oct. 22................ 23 Arkansas 20 2006, Oct. 14................ 22 Vanderbilt 24 2007, Nov. 3.................. 44 Troy 34 2008, Oct. 18................ 25 Vanderbilt 14 2009, Nov. 7.................. 38 Tennessee Tech 0 2010, Oct. 16................ 43 Vanderbilt 0 2011, Nov. 5.................. 63 New Mexico State 16 2012, Nov. 3.................. 37 Ole Miss 10 2013, Nov. 9.................. 45 Appalachian State 6 Points Scored........... 2414 Points Allowed 1124

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SEC statistical champions

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 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 1960 Fran Tarkenton 108-185 1189 .584 12 7 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 –45 1461 1416 1953 Zeke Bratkowski 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 11 61 3396 3457 314.3 1994 Eric Zeier 2008 Matthew Stafford 13 40 3459 3499 269.2

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) Year Player No. Yds. Avg. 1952 John Carson 32 467 14.6 1953 John Carson 45 663 14.7 24 443 18.5 1955 Jimmy Orr 1957 Jimmy Orr 16 237 14.8 1959 Bobby Towns 18 263 14.6 1960 Fred Brown 31 275 8.9 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. 50 44 38 71 56

Yds. 2132 1991 1657 3092 2691

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FGs 0 0 0 12

KICKOFF RETURN CHAMPION

Year Player 1974 Gene Washington 1978 Lindsay Scott 1989 Arthur Marshall

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

PTs 96 84 90 57

Avg. 21.2 10.1 12.6 12.8 11.6 15.7 13.9 12.5 15.1 14.7

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)

Year – Player (No.) 1989 – Ben Smith (10) 1998 – Kirby Smart (5) 2000 – Tim Wansley (6) 2011 – Bacarri Rambo (8)

Year – Player (No.) 2003 – Billy Bennett (31) 2005 – Brandon Coutu (23) 2013 – Marshall Morgan (22)

TOTAL TACKLES

Avg. 42.6 45.3 43.6 43.5 48.1

Avg. 23.9 26.5 27.8

MISCELLANEOUS STATS

FIELD GOALS

SCORING CHAMPION

(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

SCORING CHAMPION (continued)

(Ranked on Points Per Game from 1970-present) Year Player G TDs PATs FGs Pts. Avg. 1975 Kevin McLee 10 10 0 0 60 6.0 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 1992 Garrison Hearst 11 21 0 0 126 11.5 2002 Billy Bennett 14 0 52 26 130 9.3 2005 Brandon Coutu 13 0 45 23 114 8.8

Year – Player (No.) 1970 – Kim Braswell (13) 1981 – Kevin Butler (19) 2002 – Billy Bennett (26)

RPG 6.9 5.4

TEAM STATISTICS

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)

Bold indicates also led NCAA

SCORING OFFENSE SCORING DEFENSE

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

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 Year – No. (Yds.) 2002 – 116 (-519)

FIRST DOWNS

Year – No. (R/PA/PE) 2005 – 258 (82/148/27) 2011 – 296 (121/155/20)

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

RED ZONE DEFENSE Year – Pct. 2002 – 58.8

KICKOFF COVERAGE Year – Net Avg. 2010 – 46.4


academic honors program 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 r g i a ’s two-time AllAmerica 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 the most decorated players in Georgia football hist o r y, M a t t Stinchcomb, was honored with the 1998 NCAA Top Eight Award. The Top VIII Award is presented annually to eight studentathletes 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 twotime 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 ScholarAthlete 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/CoSIDA Academic All-America squad. A first-team AllSoutheastern 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.

NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD

(presented to former student-athletes, on the 25th anniversary of their senior year, who have distinguished themselves in their chosen career field)

1996 NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD DR. TOM LYONS, C (1968-70) Former University of Georgia AllAmerica 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.

1986 NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD FRAN TARKENTON, QB (1958-60) 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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accent on academics NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARS 1. GEORGIA........................12 2. Ole Miss..............................8 3. Florida State........................7 LSU.....................................7 Tennessee............................6 Florida.................................6 7. North Carolina.....................5 Furman................................5 Alabama..............................5 10. Vanderbilt............................4 Virginia................................4 Auburn................................4 South Carolina.....................4 Kentucky.............................4 15. Clemson..............................3 N.C. State............................3 Georgia Tech.......................3

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL PLAYERS 1. GEORGIA................. 23 2. Ole Miss...................... 22 3. LSU............................. 21 Alabama...................... 21 5. Georgia Tech............... 18 6. Florida......................... 16 Florida State................ 16 Duke............................ 16 9. Vanderbilt.................... 13 Furman........................ 13 . Auburn........................ 13 12. Arkansas...................... 12 13. Tennessee.................... 11 14. Miss. State..................... 9 N.C. State...................... 9 16. Delta State..................... 7

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 9. Miss. State..................5 Tennessee...................5 11. Clemson.....................4 UT-Chattanooga.........4 Vanderbilt...................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, ROV

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NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP HONOREES 1968 1969 1971 1972 1972 1978 1980 1981 1983 1987 1988 1998 2002

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 selection 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. Matt is currently with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while Jon was drafted in 2003 by the New Orleans Saints.

ACADEMIC ALL-SEC 1954 Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry; Bob Clemens, FB, Agriculture 1955 Len Spadifino, OG, Chemistry 1956 George Whitton, HB, Commercial Art 1957 Jimmy Orr, HB, Business Adm. 1959 Pat Dye, G, Phys. Ed.; Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm. 1960 Fran Tarkenton, QB, Business Adm. 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 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

NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS – ALL SPORTS 1. GEORGIA....................59* 2. Florida..............................38 3. Tennessee.........................33 4. Alabama...........................29 5. North Carolina.................26 6. U. of the South.................25 7. N.C. State.........................23 9. Clemson...........................22 8. Virginia............................17 10. Kentucky..........................15 * Fifth nationally

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, PreLaw; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Allan Leavitt, PK, Arts and Sciences; Dicky Clark, DE, Business Education 1976 Matt Robinson, QB, Journalism; Kevin McLee, RB, Education; Dicky Clark, DE, Business; Johnny Henderson, DB, Business; Ben Zambiasi, LB, Criminology 1977 Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Jeff Lewis, LB, Pre-Law 1978 Mark Hodge, TE, Finance; Jeff Pyburn, QB, Liberal Arts; Steve Dennis, DE, Finance; Chris Welton, DB, Pre-Med 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 1982 Terry Hoage, ROV, Genetics; Jim Broadway, P, Finance 1983 Terry Hoage, ROV, Genetics; Warren Gray, OG, Agriculture 1984 Jeff Sanchez, SAF, Business; John Little, ROV, Business 1985 John Little, ROV, Marketing; Paul Messer, SN, Marketing; Mike Brown, DB, Business Mgt.; Andy Loy, OLB, Distributive Education

1986 Rusty Beasley, CB, Business; Steve Harmon, SAF, Marketing; Kim Stephens, OG, Mathematics; Todd Williams, QB, Business Ed.; Rick Fromm, DB, Biology, Pre-Med

1987 Kevin Brown, TB, Business; Mike Brown, ROV, Management; Will Colley, DT, Bus. Management; Mark Lewis, SN, Accounting; George Mrvos, OG, Criminal Justice; Kim Stephens, OG, Mathematics; Richard Tardits, DE, Int. Business; Mark Vincent, CB, Finance

1988 Chris Broom, TE, Trade & Ind. Ed.; Melvin Henderson, OG, Anthropology; Mark Lewis, Snapper, Accounting; Richard Tardits, LB, Int. Business

1989 Chris Broom, TE, Trade & Industrial Ed.; Jimps Cole, SN, Math Ed.; Virgil Cole, OT, Criminal Justice; Lee Fincher, P, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; John Kasay, PK, Broadcast News

1990 Brian Bowers, PK, Pharmacy; Chris Broom, TE, Social Science Ed.; Torrey Evans, LB, Business; Preston Jones, QB, Business; John Kasay, PK, Broadcast News; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Psychology; Bill Rosenberg, OG, Accounting; Greg Talley, QB, Speech Comm.; Richard Turner, CB, Health and P.E.; George Wynn, CB, Criminal Justice 1991 Scot Armstrong, P, Business; Preston Jones, QB, Business; Alec Millen, OT, Psychology; Steve Moore, WR, Mgt. Science; Todd Peterson, PK, Finance; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Biology; Jack Swan, OG, English; Greg Talley, QB, Speech Comm; George Wynn, CB, Criminal Justice 1992 Scot Armstrong, P, Business; Damon Evans, WR, Finance; Torrey Evans, LB, Finance; Robert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; Al Jackson, CB, Criminal Justice; Preston Jones, QB, Finance; Alec Millen, OT, Psychology; Todd Peterson, PK, Finance; Jason Pickett, LB, Accounting; Scott Rissmiller, SN, Biology; Bill Rosenberg, NG, Int. Business; Jack Swan, C, English; Chris Wilson, CB, Economics; Eric Zeier, QB, Business


accent on academics Academic All-SEC (Contâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d.)

1993 Robert Greene, WR, Environ. Health; Danny Ledbetter, MLB, Risk Mgt. & Ins.; Chris McCranie, DB, Speech Comm.; Will Muschamp, SS,Speech Comm.; Brett Pellock, P, Biology; Eric Zeier, QB, Business 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. 1995 Mike Bobo, QB, Business; Chris McCranie, SE, Business; Kirby Smart, FS, Business; Brian Smith, QB, Biology; Marcus Smith, SE, Microbiology; Troy Stark, TT, Consumer Econ.; Travis Stroud, NG, Business; Paul Taylor, TE, English; David Weeks, C, Business 1996 Mike Bobo, QB, Marketing; Derrick Byrd, BK, Consumer Econ.; Drew Cronic, SE, Math Education; Brent Davis, TE, Management; Douglas Hene, LB, Finance; Doug Huff, QB, Exercise Science; Ryan Krusac, PK, Art Education; Larry Mann, FS, Consumer Econ.; Chris McCranie, SE, Int. Business; Benjamin Puckett, , Biology; Ryan Sanderson, PK, MIS; Trey Sipe, SS, Biomed. Eng.; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Brian Smith, QB, Biology; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Business; Spencer Thomas, SE, Landscape Arch.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Econ. 1997 Larry Brown, TE, Family & Consumer Sci.; Doug Hene, LB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG, Bus. Ed.; Chad Holleman, PK, Gen. Bus.; Mark Johnson, PK, Biology; Matthew Knisely, LB, Gen. Bus.; Jeremy Lewis, OT, Gen. Bus.; Robert Matthews, SN, Ex. Sciences; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. Bus.; Brent Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, C, Arts & Sciences; Brad Register, BT, Bioengineering; Trey Sipe, SS, Bioengineering; Kirby Smart, FS, Finance; Paul Snellings, BK, Rec. & Leisure Studies; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Gen.Bus.; Hines Ward, SE, Consumer Eco. 1998 Ronnie Bradley, RB, Child & Fam. Devel.; Adrian Goodman, LB, Child & Fam. Devel.; Brett Hansen, LB, Finance; Doug Hene, LB, Finance; Steve Herndon, OG,Business Ed.; Chad Holleman, PK, Finance; Jeremy Lewis, SN/OG, Gen. Business; Dustin Luckie, LB, Speech Comm.; Miles Luckie, C, Speech Comm.; Robert Matthews, SN, Exercise & Sports Sci.; Brett Millican, RB, Gen. Business; Brent Parks, QB, Pre-Law; Brady Pate, C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, Biology; Bruce Sills, OG/SN, Risk Mgt. and Ins.; Kirby Smart, SAF, Finance; Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Finance; Mike Usry, QB, Sports Studies 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 Pate, C, Finance; Brad Register, OG, Microbiology; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Pre-Med. 2000 David Claassen, P, Spanish; Benjamin Dukes, DL, Man. Info. Sys.; David Jacobs, DE, Housing; Jonas Jennings, OL, Sport Stud; Jevaris Johnson, TE, Child & Fam. Devel.; Brett Kirouac, P, Sports Business; Brett Millican, RB, Finance; Brady Pate, OL, Finance; Cory Robinson, CB, Speech Comm.; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Microbio.; Kirby Towns, WR, Business 2001 Johnny Brown, RB, Sport Studies; David Claassen, P, Spanish; Ben Dukes, DL, M.I.S.; Brett Kirouac, PK, Finance; Ben Lowe, OG, Tech. Studies; LaBrone Mitchell, FLK, Sport Studies; Jeremy Nelson, RB, Biology; Jason Nesbit, RB, Marketing; Jermaine Phillips, SS, Sport Studies; Braxton Snyder, RB, Sport Studies; Reggie Stargill, OG, Child & Fam. Devel.; Jon Stinchcomb, OT, Microbiology; Justin Womack, SS, Sport Studies 2002 Billy Bennett, PK, Finance; Jarrett Berry, FLK, Agricult. Business; David Claassen, P, Internat. Business; Ryan Davis, WC, Health and PE; Tony Gilbert, MLB, Special Education; David Greene, QB, Management; Jake Hooten, ST, Finance; Adam Johnson, FLK, Economics; 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, Speech Communication; Joe Tereshinski III, QB, Risk Mgemt. & Ins.; Brett Thomason, FB, Sports Studies; Stephen White, DE, Biology; Des Williams, FB, Consumer Economics 2006 Sean Bailey, FLK, Real Estate; Dale Dixson, DT, Psychology; Kris Durham, SE, Sport Studies; Gordon Ely-Kelso, P, Geography Chris Gaunder, LB, Biology; Mikey Henderson, FLK, Housing; Trahern Holden, TE, Middle School Education; Evan Kobialka, FLK, Risk Mgmt. & Insurance; Justin Lyles, DT, Consumer Economics; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance; Quentin Moses, DE, Rec. & Leisure Studies; Joseph O'Keefe, ROV, Finance; Mitchell Pittman, FS, Agribusiness; Joe Tereshinski, QB, Finance; Tommy Watkins, LB, Business; Stephen White, FB, Biology 2007 Benjamin Boyd, MLB, Housing; Shaun Chapas, FB, Business; Jonathan DeLaureal, QB, Finance; Kris Durham, SE, Middle School Education; Bo Fowler, SN, Child & Family Development; Chris Gaunder, MLB, Biology; Demiko Goodman, FLK, Consumer Economics; Andrew Gully, DE, Consumer Economics; Mikey Henderson, FLK, Housing; Wes Jacobs, DE, Finance; Andrew Johnson, SS, Bio Engineering; Justin Lyles, DT, Consumer Economics; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance; Casey Nickels, TE, Business; Mitchell Pittman, SLB, Agribusiness; Jeff Potterbaum, TE, Sociology; Brannan Southerland, FB, Consumer Econ.; Matthew Stafford, QB, Journalism; Bo Stansell, PK, Unspecified; Trinton Sturdivant, LT, Exercise & Sport Sci.; Will Sullivan, MLB, Economics 2008 Geno Atkins, DT, Housing; Drew Butler, P, Journalism; Shaun Chapas, FB, Marketing; Joe Cox, QB, Psychology; Ricardo Crawford, DT, Housing; Matthew DeGenova, DE, Management; Jonathan deLaureal, QB, Finance; Kris Durham, WR, Middle School Education; Bo Fowler, SN, Child & Family Development; Ty Frix, SN, Bio Engineering; Andrew Gully, DE, Consumer Economics; Wes Jacobs, DE, Finance; Andrew Jensen, PK, Risk Management & Insurance; Andrew Johnson, FS, Bio Engineering; Ben Jones, C, Arts and Sciences ; Jeremy Lomax, DE, Finance; Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Psychology ; Brian Mimbs, P, Risk Management & Insurance ; Casey Nickels, OT, Finance; Christian Norton, CB, Economics ; Josh Sailors, FB, Biology; Richard Samuel, TB, Arts and Sciences ; Brannan Southerland, FB, Consumer Economics; Matthew Stafford, QB, Speech Communication; Trinton Sturdivant, OT, Business; Kade Weston, DT, Housing; Aron White, TE, Business; Charles White, LB, Business; Tony Wilson, WR, Housing 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; 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; Taylor Maxey, FB, Finance; Rhett McGowan, SE, Sport Management; Marshall Morgan, PK, Business; Gregory Mulkey, TE, Agricultural Engineering; Aaron Murray, QB, Psychology; Connor Norman, FS, Exercise & Sport Science; Alex Parsons, TB, Exercise & Sport Science; Dillard Pinkston, OLB, Management; Thomas Pritchard, PK, Biological Sciences; Lucas Redd, FS, Health & Physical Education; Blake Sailors, CB, Consumer Economics; Garrison Smith, DE, History; Kosta Vavlas, ILB, Biological Sciences; Hugh Williams, TE, Advertising; Drew Wilson, TE, Mathematics Education; Chris Young, FB, Criminal Justice.

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georgia Traditions ‘‘Glory, Glory’’

The Arch

The historic Arch which sits on the edge of North campus was installed in 1864. For years, freshmen were forbidden to walk under the Arch. Violators risked punishment from upper classmen. Once rigidly enforced, the tradition of hazing of fresh­men became passe’. However, many freshmen, learning of the tradition during orientation or from other sources, still choose to honor the century-old tradition.

The "G"

In 1963 after becoming the Bulldogs’ Head Football Coach, Vince Dooley redesigned the football uniform choosing a red helmet with a black “G” on a white background as the dominate feature of the new uniform for the 1964 season. He discussed with his staff that a forward-looking “G” would be an appropriate emblem for the helmet of the Georgia team. Dooley had just hired John Donaldson, former Georgia player from 1945 to 1948, as backfield coach. John was keen on the idea of a new image and volunteered his wife, Anne, who had a BFA in commercial art from UGA to design a logo for the new Georgia helmet with the general specifications Dooley had outlined. Dooley accepted Anne’s original “G” which fit his vision for a forward look to Georgia’s new emblem. Since the Georgia “G” though different in design and color was similar to Green Bay’s “G”, Coach Dooley thought it best to clear the use of Georgia’s new emblem with the NFL team. Athletic Director Joel Eaves called for permission which was granted. However, since its inception in 1961, the Green Bay “G” has been redesigned several times and now looks like Georgia’s original 1964 “G.” Georgia is proud that the Packers apparently liked the special nuances of the Bulldogs’ forward-looking “G.” Georgia’s oval “G”, eventually replacing Georgia’s old block “G” as the official UGA symbol, has stood the test of time. It made its first appearance in the opening game in 1964 and was an immediate hit with the Georgia fans, especially after Dooley’s first three teams were so successful—highlighted by the 1966 SEC Championship.

The Arch

‘‘How ‘Bout Them Dogs’’

Chapel Bell

The Chapel Bell

“Bulldogs”

Many oldtimers say Georgia acquired the nickname, “Bulldogs,” because of the strong ties with Yale whose nickname is “Bulldogs.” Georgia’s first president, Abraham Baldwin, was a Yale man and the early buildings on campus were designed from blueprints of the same buildings at Yale. However, the first references to the nickname “Bulldogs” actually came in the 1910’s (1911-20) by Atlanta newspaper writers covering both football and baseball games. Although used occasionally during the previous decade, the nickname began to be consistently used around 1920. On Nov. 3, 1920, Morgan Blake of the Atlanta Journal wrote about school nicknames and said "The Georgia Bulldogs would sound good because there is a certain dignity about a bulldog, as well as ferocity." After a 0-0 tie with Virginia in Charlottesville on Nov. 6, 1920, Atlanta Constitution writer Cliff Wheatley used the name "Bulldogs" in his story five times. Gene Hinton also used the term “Bulldogs.” The nickname seemed to be off and running.

‘‘Between The Hedges’’

“Between the Hedges”

“Lone Trumpeter”

The ringing of the chapel bell after a Georgia victory is a tradition that continues even though freshmen are no longer ordered to do the chore. In the 1890’s, the playing field was located ­only yards from the Chapel and first-year students were compelled to ring the bell until midnight in celebration of a Bull­dog victory. Today students, alumni, and townspeople still rush to the Chapel to ring the bell after a gridiron victory. “Silver Britches”

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This is a slogan of recent vintage, but one that has become a battle cry of Bull­dog fans probably because of its obvious grammatical slur. It first surfaced during the mid to late 1970’s especially during the 1978 season when the Bull­dogs posted several remarkable, come-from-behind victories. It gained national attention and exposure when Georgia won the national champion­ship in 1980. A major wire-service used the phrase in its story of Georgia’s victory over Notre Dame and many newspapers picked it up in glaring headlines across the country proclaiming ‘‘How ‘Bout Them Dogs!’’

‘‘Bulldogs’’

‘‘Silver Britches’’

Silver Britches were an innovation of Coach Wally Butts, who took over as head coach in 1939. The handsome pants, complimented by a bright red jersey, made for a striking uniform. Through the years, fans referred to the Bulldogs’ silver britches in their chants and on banners, but the phrase really caught on in the early fifties with a cheer, banners, and colorful vests that proclaimed ‘‘Go, You Silver Britches.’’ Coach Vince Dooley re-designed the uniform when he came in 1964 and used white pants; however, he re-instituted the silver britches in 1980 just prior to what turned out to be Georgia’s national championship season.

Among the University’s oldest and most lasting traditions is the school fight song, ‘‘Glory, Glory’’ which is sung to the tune of ‘‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic.’’ It was sung at games as early as the 1890’s, but arranged in its present form by Georgia’s immortal musician-composer Hugh Hodgson in 1915. There have been many Bulldog songs through the years and at least two collections dating back to 1909 have been published, but none have enjoyed more acceptance than ‘‘Glory, Glory.’’

A reference to Sanford Stadium that dates back to the early 1930’s. The famous Chinese privet hedges that surround San­ford’s playing field were only one foot high when the stadium was dedi­cated in 1929 and were protected by a wooden fence. It was natural for a clever sports writer, referring to an upcoming home game, to observe ‘‘that the Bulldogs will have their opponent ‘between the hedges.’’ At least one old-timer says the phrase was first coined by the legendary Atlanta sportswriter Grantland Rice.

‘‘Lone Trumpeter’’

Seven minutes before kickoff in Sanford Stadium, the Bulldog Nation directs its attention to a lone trumpeter standing in the upper deck of the southwest corner of the stadium. The soloist is recognized and begins to play the first 14 notes of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." The Battle Hymn solo was originally composed in 1987 as a student project by Jeff Simmons and became a part of the pre-game traditions in 2000. Each year, 25-30 members of the Redcoat Band audition for one of the 4-5 soloist positions.


attendance records

Year Games 2009 12 2008 11 2004 11 2007 12 2006 12 2012 13 2013 12 2002 13 2003 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 1988 11 1997 11 1996 11 1995 11 1983 11

GEORGIA’S AVERAGE YEARLY ATTENDANCE — ALL GAMES

Attendance 965,310 1,048,764 947,734 1,026,656 1,023,182 1,106,092 1,010,099 1,090,033 1,077,317 989,805 905,286 968,301 1,040,391 880,270 863,755 859,304 855,651 851,477 844,882 841,802 832,395 809,372 808,358 801,940 794,153 793,608 785,306

Average 91,452 87,397 86,157 85,555 85,265 85,084 84,175 83,848 82,870 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 73,487 72,901 72,196 72,146 71,391

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 7 games................................86,520 at Tennessee.......................107,517 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 at Auburn ............................85,214 at Tennessee.......................106,656 Tennessee.............................86,117 at Tennessee.........................95,757 at Jax. (Fla.) ........................82,166

AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE SINCE 1967

No. of Home Year Games

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 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

6 7 6 6 6 6 7 7 6 6 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

556,476 92,746 7th 648,922 92,703 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 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

Year Games Attendance Average 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: Not Including Bowl Games

Largest Crowd / Attendance 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

Opponent         

Date  

2004 NORTH SKYSUITES ADDITION (92,746) 1. 92,746 Georgia Southern Sept. 4, 2004 61 games (92,746) 2004 -2012 2003 NORTH UPPER DECK ADDITION (92,058) 1. 92,058 Middle Tenn. St. Sept. 6, 2003 6 games (92,058 ) 2003 2000 SKYSUITES ADDITION (86,520) 1. 86,520 Georgia Southern Sept. 9, 2000 16 games (86,520 ) 2000-2002 1994 SKYSUITES ADDITION (86,117) 1. 86,117 Tennessee Sept. 10, 1994 17 games (86,117) 1994-1999

1991 WEST END ENCLOSED (85,434) Sept. 7, 1991  1. 85,434 Louisiana State 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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sanford stadium

Nothing like being "Between the Hedges" at Georgia's Sanford Stadium

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 seventh 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: 324-101-9 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: 92,746 CAPACITY 2011: 92,746

Top 10 largest on-campus stadiums 1. Michigan Stadium, University of Michigan (109,901) field turf 2. Beaver Stadium, Penn State University (106,572) natural 3. Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee (102,455) natural 4. Ohio Stadium, Ohio State University (102,329) natural 5. Bryant-Denny Stadium, University of Alabama (101,821), natural 6. Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial/Jamail Field (100,119) field turf 7. Tiger Stadium, LSU (99,442) natural 8. SANFORD STADIUM, GEORGIA (92,746) natural 9. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, University of Florida (88,548) natural 10. Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University (87,451) natural

Sanford Stadium capacity grew to 86,117 in 1994

Capacity of SEC Stadiums: 1. Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee (102,037) natural 2. Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama (101,821) natural1 3. Tiger Stadium, LSU (99,442) natural 4. SANFORD STADIUM, GEORGIA (92,746) natural 5. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, University of Florida (88,548) natural 6. Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn (87,451) natural 7. Kyle Field, Texas A&M (83,002) natural 8. Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina (80,250) natural 9. Razorback Stadium, Arkansas (72,000) field turf 10. Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, Missouri (71,004) field turf 11. C ommonwealth Stadium, Kentucky (67,606) natural 12. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Ole Miss (60,580) AstroPlay 13. Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State (55,082) natural 14. Vanderbilt Stadium, Vanderbilt (39,790) natural

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The Centennial Olympic Games of 1996 added a 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: 68-14 (.829)

85 YEARS IN SANFORD STADIUM 1929.....Sanford Stadium Built N a m e d f o r D r. S t e a d m a n Vi n c e n t S a n f o r d , f o r m e r 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 , 6 2 1 s e a t s a d d e d t o e n d z o n e ; N e w s e a t i n g 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.

Year by Year Home Record AT HERTY FIELD

AT SANFORD 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

(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 (1929-2013): 324-101-9

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

1951: 1952: 1953: 1954: 1955: 1956: 1957: 1958: 1959: 1960: 1961: 1962: 1963: 1964: 1965: 1966: 1967: 1968: 1969: 1970: 1971: 1972:

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

1973 : 4-1-1 1974: 4-2 1975: 5-1 1976: 6-0 1977: 3-3 1978: 6-0 1979: 2-4 1980: 7-0 1981: 6-0 1982: 6-0 1983: 5-1 1984: 5-1 1985: 4-2 1986: 5-1 1987: 4-2 1988: 6-0 1989: 4-2 1990: 4-2 1991: 6-0 1992: 5-1 1993: 3-3 1994: 4-2

1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013:

3-3 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

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

1929-2013 (while playing at Sanford Stadium) Home: 324-101-9 Away 196-114-14 Neutral: 102-101-8

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.

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starting lineups

LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB

LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB

1957 (3-7 Overall)

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. Charlie 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.

1958 (4-6 Overall)

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.

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 vS. SEC)

LE: Ray Clark, 6-3, 205, So. LT: Pete Case, 6-3, 212, Jr. LG: Pat Dye, 5-11, 201, Sr. C: Phil Ashe, 6-2, 215, Sr. RG: Wally Williamson, 5-10, 200, So. RT: Fred Lawrence, 6-1, 215, Sr. RE: Clyde Childers, 6-3, 196, So. QB: Francis Tarkenton, 6-1, 185, Sr. LH: Fred Brown, 5-10, 185, Sr. RH: Bill McKenny, 5-11, 182, Jr. FB: Bill Godfrey, 5-10, 185, Jr. PK: Durward Pennington, 6-2, 192, Jr. LE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: RE: QB: LH: RH: FB: PK:

1961 (3-7 Overall, 3-4 vS. 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 vS. SEC)

LE: Ray Crawford, 6-0, 198, So. LT: Ray Rissmiller, 6-4, 245, So. LG: Kenneth, Vann, 6-2, 225, Sr.

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C: Len Hauss, 6-2, 220, Jr. / Joel Darden, 5-11, 210, So. RG: Wally Williamson, 5-10, 200, Sr. RT: Paul Holmes, 6-5, 231, Sr. RE: Mickey Babb, 6-3, 227, Jr. QB: Larry Rakestraw, 6-2, 198, Jr. LH: Frank Lankewicz, 6-0, 203, So. RH: Billy Knowles, 5-10, 173, Jr. FB: Leon Armbrester, 6-0, 186, So. PK: Bill McCullough, 5-10, 200, Jr.

1963 (4-5-1 Overall, 2-4 vS. 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 vs. 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. Defense LE: Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 188, So. LT: George Patton, 6-3, 210, So. LG: Joel Darden, 5-11, 210, Sr. RG: Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 207, So. RT: Vance Evans, 6-1, 203, Jr. RE: Barry Wilson, 6-0, 189, Sr. LB: Leroy Dukes, 5-9m 191, Sr. LB: John Glass, 6-1, 193, Jr. LHB: Wayne Swinford, 6-0, 185, Sr. RHB: Doug McFalls, 6-2, 182, Jr. S: Joe Burson, 6-0, 186, So. P: Mack Faircloth, 6-1, 193, Sr.

1965 (6-4-0 overall, 2-3 vs. SEC) Offense

LE: Frank Richter, 6-2, 210, Jr. LT: Ken Pillsbury, 6-3, 239, Jr. LG: Harold Steely, 6-1, 196, Jr. C: Ken Davis, 6-0, 215, Sr. RG: Jimmy Denney, 6-0, 190, Sr. RT: Edgar Chandler, 6-4, 204, So. RE: Pat Hodgson, 6-1, 198, Sr. QB: Preston Ridlehuber, 6-2, 193, Sr. TB: Bob Taylor, 5-10, 195, Sr. FB: Marvin Hurst, 5-11, 198, Sr. WB: Bill McWhorter, 5-9, 182, So. PK: Bob Etter, 5-11, 150, Jr. Defense LE: Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 187, Jr. LT: George Patton, 6-3, 207, Jr. LG: Jimmy Cooley, 6-0, 195, Jr. RG: Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 209, Jr. RT: Vance Evans, 6-1, 203, Sr. RE: Larry Kohn, 6-2, 189, So. LLB: Steve Neuhaus, 6-0, 190, Jr. RLB: Tommy Lawhorne, 6-1, 188, So. LHB: Joe Burson, 6-0, 186, Sr. RHB: Doug McFalls, 6-2, 179, Sr. S: Lynn Hughes, 5-11, 170, Jr. P: Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr.

1966 (10-1 Overall, 5-0 vs. SEC) SEC & Cotton Bowl Champions Offense

LE: Billy Payne, 6-1, 197, So. LT: Ken Pillsbury, 6-3, 230, Sr. LG: Don Hayes, 6-1, 225, Jr. C: Jack Davis, 5-11, 200, Sr. RG: John Kasay, 5-10, 210, Sr. RT: Edgar Chandler, 6-0, 200, So. RE: Frank Richter, 6-2, 218, Sr. QB: Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr. TB: Kent Lawrence, 5-10, 165, So. WB: Hardy King, 5-11, 195, So. FB: Ronnie Jenkins, 6-0, 210, Jr. PK: Bob Etter, 5-11, 150, Sr. Defense LE: Jerry Varnado, 5-11, 187, Sr. LT: George Patton, 6-3, 215, Sr. LG: Jimmy Cooley, 6-0, 208, Sr. RG: Dickie Phillips, 6-0, 210, Sr. RT: Bill Stanfill, 6-5, 224, So. RE: Larry Kohn, 6-2, 195, Jr. LLB: Steve Neuhaus, 5-11, 190, Sr. RLB: Tommy Lawhorne, 6-1, 200, Jr. LH: Mark Holmes, 5-9, 175, Jr. RH: Terry Sellers, 6-0, 182, Jr. S: Lynn Hughes, 5-10, 175, Sr. P: Kirby Moore, 5-11, 182, Jr.

1967 (7-4 Overall, 3-2 vs. SEC) Liberty Bowl Offense

LE: Dennis Hughes, 6-1, 210, So. LT: David Rholetter, 6-2, 225, Jr. LG: Don Hayes, 6-1, 230, Sr. C: Ronnie Tidmore, 6-4, 205, Jr. RG: Pat Rodrigue, 5-11, 211, Jr. RT: Edgar Chandler, 6-1, 222, Sr. RE: Billy Payne, 6-2, 205, Jr. QB: Kirby Moore, 5-11, 189, Sr. TB: Kent Lawrence, 5-10, 175, Jr. WB: Hardy King, 6-0, 196, Sr. FB: Ronnie Jenkins, 6-0, 215, Sr. PK: Jim McCullough, 6-0, 195, So. Defense LE: Gary Adams, 6-1, 190, Sr. LT: Jiggy Smaha, 6-3, 230, Jr. LG: Steve Greer, 5-11, 195, So. RG: Harold Tarrer, 6-2, 210, Jr. RT: Bill Stanfill, 6-5, 230, Jr. RE: Larry Kohn, 6-2, 205, Sr. LB: Happy Dicks, 6-2, 203, Jr. LB: Tommy Lawhorne, 6-2, 205, Sr. LB: Mark Holmes, 5-9, 175, Sr. RH: Terry Sellers, 6-0, 190, Sr. S: Jake Scott, 6-1, 191, So. P: Spike Jones, 6-2, 185, So.

1968 (8-2-1 Overall, 5-0-1 vs. SEC) SEC & Sugar Bowl Champions Offense

TE: Bill Brice, 6-4, 210, So. LT: David Rholetter, 6-2, 240, Sr. LG: Bruce Yawn, 5-11, 209, Sr. C: Tommy Lyons, 6-10, 210, So. RG: Pat Rodrigue, 5-11, 215, Sr. RT: Wayne Byrd, 6-1, 225, Jr. SE: Charles Whittemore, 6-1, 193, So. QB: Mike Cavan, 6-1, 190, So. FL: Kent Lawrence, 6-0, 175, Sr. FB: Brad Johnson, 5-11, 205, Sr. WB: Bruce Kemp, 6-3, 210, Jr. PK: Jim McCullough, 6-0, 205, Jr. Peter Rajecki, 5-9, 180, So. LE: LT: LG: RG: RT: RE: LB: LB: RH: LH: S: P:

Defense

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.

1969 ( 5-5-1 Overall, 2-3-1 vs. SEC) Sun Bowl Offense

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: FB: RH: FL: PK:

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.

Defense

LE: Chuck Heard, 6-5, 190, So. LT: Larry Brasher, 6-2, 205, Jr. LG: Tim Callaway, 6-1, 200, Sr. RG: Steve Greer, 6-0, 205, Sr. RT: Lee Daniel, 6-2, 190, Sr. RE: David McKnight, 6-1, 175, Sr. LLB: Chip Wisdom, 6-1, 210, So. LH: Billy Darby, 5-10, 180, Jr. S: Buck Swindle, 6-3, 190, Jr. RH: Phil Sullivan, 6-2, 190, So. RLB: Ronnie Huggins, 5-8, 190, Sr. P: Spike Jones, 6-2, 185, Sr.

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

1970 ( 5-5 Overall, 3-3 vs. SEC) Offense

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

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. P: Jimmy Shirer, 5-11, 181, Jr.

1971 ( 11-1 Overall, 5-1 vs. SEC) Gator Bowl Champions Offense

TE: Mike Greene, 6-4, 225 , Sr. LT: Jim Currington, 6-4, 225, So. LG: John Jennings, 6-1, 220, Sr. C: Kendall Keith, 6-2, 230, Sr. RG: Royce Smith, 6-3, 240, Sr. RT: Tom Nash, 6-5, 235, Sr. SE: Lynn Honeycutt, 6-2, 186, Jr. QB: Andy Johnson, 6-0, 190, So. TB: Ricky Lake, 6-1, 195, Jr. FB: Robert Honeycutt, 6-1, 210, Jr. FL/P: Jimmy Shirer, 6-0, 180, Sr. PK: Kim Braswell, 5-7, 170, Jr.

Defense

LE: Mixon Robinson, 6-2, 202, Sr. ST: Milton Bruce, 6-4, 224, So. LG: Paul McPipkin, 6-2, 230, Sr. RG: Dennis Watson, 6-2, 225, Sr. WT: Chuck Heard, 6-5, 220, Sr. RVR: Phil Sullivan, 6-3, 190, Sr. SLB: Chip Wisdom, 6-1, 210, Sr. WLB: Steve Kitchens, 5-11, 208, Sr. LCB: Gene Swinford, 5-11, 177, Jr. RCB: Buzy Rosenberg, 5-9, 177, Jr. SAF: Don Golden, 6-4, 197, So. P: Jimmy Shirer, 5-11, 181, Sr.


starting lineups 1972 (7-4 Overall, 4-3 vs. SEC) Offense

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.

1973 (7-4-1 Overall, 3-4 vs. 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 vs. SEC) Tangerine Bowl

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. SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FL: PK:

1975 (9-3 Overall, 5-1 vs. SEC) Cotton Bowl

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. SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: QB: RB: RB: PK:

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: RB: QB: RB: PK:

1976 (10-2 Overall, 5-1 vs. SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl Offense

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. Bucky Dilts, 5-9, 185, Sr. P:

1977 (5-6 Overall, 2-4 vs. SEC)

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. Mike Garrett, 6-2, 180, So. P: SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FL: PK:

1978 (9-2-1 Overall, 5-0-1 vs. SEC) Bluebonnet Bowl

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.)

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: TB: QB: FB: PK:

1979 (6-5 Overall, 5-2 vs. SEC)

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. Guy McIntyre, 6-3, 228, Fr. T: 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.

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TB: FB: QB: FL: TE: PK:

1980 (12-0 Overall, 6-0 vs. SEC) National and SEC Champions Sugar Bowl Champions

Offense SE: Lindsay Scott, 6-1, 188, Jr. LT: Jeff Harper, 6-3, 245, Sr. LG: Jim Blakewood, 6-2, 247, Jr. C: Hugh Nall, 6-0, 235, Sr. Wayne Radloff, 6-5,. 230, So. Joe Happe, 6-3, 240, Jr. RG: Tim Morrison, 6-3, 254, Sr. RT: Nat Hudson, 6-3, 265, Sr. TE: Norris Brown, 6-3, 220, So. TB: Herschel Walker, 6-1, 218, Fr. FB: Jimmy Womack, 5-10, 205, Sr. QB: Buck Belue, 6-1, 188, Jr. FL: Amp Arnold, 6-0, 175, Sr. PK: 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 vs. SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl

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.

TE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: SE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

1982 (11-1 Overall, 6-0 vs. SEC) SEC Champions Sugar Bowl

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.

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: TB: FB: QB: FL: PK:

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: FB: TB: FL: PK:

1983 (10-1-1 Overall, 5-1 vs. SEC) Cotton Bowl Champions Offense

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.

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starting lineups 1984 (7-4-1 Overall, 4-2 vs. 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. Chip Andrews, 6-2, 202, Sr. P:

1985 (7-3-2 Overall, 3-2-1 vs. 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.

Defense

LE: Calvin Ruff, 6-3, 201, Jr. DT: Henry Williams, 6-4, 234, So. LG: Henry Harris, 6-2, 262, Jr. RG: Jake Richardson, 6-4, 262, Sr. RE: Greg Waters, 6-3, 233, Sr. WLB: Bill Mitchell, 6-1, 219, Sr. MLB: Steve Boswell, 6-1, 219, Jr. LC: Gary Moss, 6-0, 189, Jr. ROV: John Little, 6-3, 201, Jr. SAF: Tony Flack, 6-3, 185, Sr. RC: Greg Williams, 5-9, 175, So. P: Cris Carpenter, 6-1, 185, Fr.

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB : TB: QB: PK:

1986 (8-4 Overall, 4-2 vs. SEC) Hall of Fame Bowl Offense

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) P: Cris Carpenter, 6-1, 185, So.

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SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

1987 (9-3 Overall, 4-2 vs. SEC) Liberty Bowl Champions Offense

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:

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

Defense

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)

1988 ( 9-3 Overall, 5-2 vs. SEC) Gator Bowl Champions Offense

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)

Defense

OLB: Mo Lewis, 6-4, 222, So. (8) DT: Wycliffe Lovelace, 6-3, 240, Sr. (11) MG: Bill Goldberg, 6-3, 266, Jr. (11) DE: Paul Giles, 6-3, 289, Sr. (9) OLB: Richard Tardits, 6-2, 220, Sr. (7) MLB: Brent Collins, 6-2, 233, Jr. (7) Demetrius Douglas, 6-2, 221, Jr. (5) WLB: Terrie Webster, 6-1, 221, Sr. (11) LC: Ben Smith, 5-11, 180, Jr. (10) SS: Vince Guthrie, 6-1, 205, (12) FS: Rusty Beasley, 5-11, 188, (12) RC: David Hargett, 6-1, 180, (11) P: Joey Hester, 6-0, 189, (11)

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

1989 ( 6-6 Overall, 4-3 vs. SEC) Peach Bowl Offense

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) Joey Hester, 6-0, 189, Sr. (11) P:

SE: TE: RT: RG: C: LG: LT: FL: FB: TB: QB: PK:

1990 (4-7 Overall, 2-5 vs. SEC) Offense

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)

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 vs. 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 vs. 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)

Defense

OLB: Mitch Davis, 6-3, 237, Jr. (12) LT: Tom Wallace, 6-6, 275, Sr. (12) NG: Casey Barnum, 6-3, 265, Sr. (12) RT: Greg Jackson, 6-2, 222, Sr. (11) MLB: Charlie Clemons, 6-2, 232, Jr. (8) WLB: Randall Godfrey, 6-3, 225, Fr. (10) OLB: Carlo Butler, 6-2, 208, Jr. (10) LC: Al Jackson, 6-0, 188, Sr. (10) SS: Mike Jones, 6-3, 220, Sr. (10) FS: Greg Tremble, 5-11, 180, Jr. (12) RC: Chris Wilson, 5-8, 173, Sr. (12) Scott Armstrong, 6-2, 192, Jr. (11) P:

SE: ST: SG: C: TG: TT: TE: QB: SB: WR: FL: PK:

1993 (5-6 overall, 2-6 vs. SEC) Offense

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 vs. SEC) Offense

SE: ST: SG: C: TG: TT: TE: QB: SB: RB: FL: PK:

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) P: Dax Langley, 6-2, 170, Fr. (9)


starting lineups

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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)

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: QB: FB: TB: PK:

1996 (5-6 overall, 3-5 vs. SEC) Offense

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)

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: FL: QB: RB: RB PK:

1997 (10-2 Overall, 6-2 vs. SEC) 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 vs. SEC) Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Tony Small, 6-2, 215, Sr. (12) LT: Matt Stinchcomb, 6-6, 291, Sr. (11) LG: Steve Herndon, 6-4, 288, Jr., (12) C: Miles Luckie, 6-0, 284, Jr., (10) RG: Jonas Jennings, 6-4, 311, So. (9) RT: Chris Terry, 6-5, 285, Sr. (11) TE: Larry Brown, 6-5, 270, Sr., (12) QB: Quincy Carter, 6-3, 225, Fr. (12) RB: Olandis Gary, 5-11, 213, Sr., (10) FLK: Michael Greer, 5-10, 173, So., (10) WR: Champ Bailey, 6-1, 180, Jr., (4) TE: Jermaine Wiggins, 6-2, 257, Sr., (3) PK: 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)

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FLK: PK:

1999 (8-4 Overall, 5-3 vs. SEC) Outback Bowl Champions Offense

8 Terrence Edwards, 6-2, 175, Fr. (12) 75 Jonas Jennings, 6-4, 302, Jr. (12) 73 Steve Herndon, 6-4, 285, Sr. (12) 59 Miles Luckie, 6-0, 288, Sr. (12) 70 Kevin Breedlove, 6-4, 310, Fr. (10) 78 Jon Stinchcomb, 6-5, 272, RFr. (11) 48 Jevaris Johnson, 6-6, 258, Jr. (12) 86 Randy McMichael, 6-3, 225, RFr., (6) 17 Quincy Carter, 6-3, 223, So. (12) 6 Patrick Pass, 5-11, 213, Sr. (7) 28 Jasper Sanks, 6-0, 226, So., (7) 36 Michael Greer, 5-10, 170, Jr. (5) 3 Thad Parker, 5-9, 158, Jr. (7) 41 Hap Hines, 5-8, 166, Sr., (12)

Defense

LE : 50 Dustin Luckie, 6-1, 231, Sr. (7) 94 Bruce Adrine, 6-4, 258, So. (5) LT: 97 Marcus Stroud, 6-6, 300, Jr. (10) RT : 93 Richard Seymour, 6-6, 295, Jr. (12) RE: 99 David Jacobs, 6-4, 258, RFr., (6) 19 Charles Grant, 6-3, 260, Fr. (4) SLB: 45 Boss Bailey, 6-3, 220, So. (12) Mike: 37 Kendrell Bell, 6-2, 240, Jr. (7) 46 Will Witherspoon, 6-1, 215, So. (5) Will: 58 Orantes Grant, 6-1, 225, Sr. (12) LC: 26 Cory Robinson, 5-11, 191, Jr. (9) 2 Tim Wansley, 5-8, 179, So. (4) SS: 29 Earl Chambers, 6-0, 198, Sr. (9) FS : 1 Larry Mann. 6-2, 189, Sr. (8) 23 Cap Burnett, 6-1, 202, RFr. (4) RC: 13 Jeff Harris, 6-0, 181, Sr. (7) 31 Jamie Henderson, 6-2, 190, Jr. (5) P: 24 Wynn Kopp, 5-9, 162, So. (8) 83 Jonathan Kilgo, 6-1, 195, Fr. (4)

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: RB: RB: FL: PK:

2000 (8-4 Overall, 5-3, vs. 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) Jonathan Kilgo, 6-1, 195, So. (11) P:

2001 (8-4 Overall, 5-3, vs. SEC) Music City Bowl Offense

SE: LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE: QB: TB: FB: FL: PK:

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) 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) Jonathan Kilgo, 6-2, 198, Jr. (12) P:

2002 (13-1 Overall, 8-1 vs. SEC) SEC Champions Nokia Sugar Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Terrence Edwards, 6-0, 171, Sr. (11) LT: Jon Stinchcomb, 6-6, 297, Sr. (13) LG: Alex Jackson, 6-4, 335, Sr. (11) C: Ian Knight, 6-3, 291, Sr. (14) RG: Kevin Breedlove, 6-2, 300, Sr. (14) RT: Kareen Marshall, 6-5, 328, Sr. (14) TE: Ben Watson, 6-3, 253, Jr. (13) QB: David Greene, 6-3, 227, So. (14) TB: Musa Smith, 6-2, 226, Jr. (13) FB: J.T. Wall, 5-11, 260, Sr. (9) FLK: Fred Gibson, 6-4, 190, So. (8) PK: 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 vs. SEC) SEC Eastern Division Champions Capital One Bowl Champions Offense SE: Reggie Brown, 6-1, 195, Jr. (11) LT: Daniel Inman, 6-7, 321, RFr. (12) LG: Josh Brock, 6-3, 284, So. (12) C: Russ Tanner, 6-4, 290, RSo. (9) Nick Jones, 6-3, 272, Fr. (5) RG: Bartley Miller, 6-4, 301, So. (9) Russ Tanner, 6-4, 290, RSo. (5) RT: Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, So. (14) TE: Ben Watson, 6-3, 255, Sr.(10) QB: David Greene, 6-3, 230, Jr. (14) TB: Michael Cooper, 5-11, 215, RFr. (8) FB: Jeremy Thomas, 5-11, 255, Jr. (7) FLK: Fred Gibson, 6-4, 196, Jr. (11) PK: 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 vs. SEC) Outback Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Reggie Brown, 6-1, 197, Sr. (11) ST: Daniel Inman, 6-7, 312, RSo. (11) SG: Nick Jones, 6-3, 288, So. (11) C: Russ Tanner, 6-4, 295, Jr. (12) TG: Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, Jr. (12) TT: Dennis Roland, 6-9, 314, Jr. (11) TE: Leonard Pope, 6-7, 253, So (10) QB: David Greene, 6-3, 227, Sr. (12) TB: Danny Ware, 6-1, 212, Fr. (8) Thomas Brown, 5-8, 185, Fr. (3) 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)

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starting lineups 2005 (10-3 Overall, 6-2 vs. SEC) SEC Champions Nokia Sugar Bowl Offense

SE: Bryan McClendon, 5-11, 184, Sr. (12) ST: Daniel Inman, 6-7, 328, Jr. (13) SG: Nick Jones, 6-3, 285, Jr. (13) C: 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 vs. SEC) Chick-Fil-A Bowl Champs 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)

2007 (11-2 Overall, 6-2 vs. SEC) Allstate Sugar Bowl Champions Offense

SE: Sean Bailey, 6-1, 174, Sr. (13) LT: Trinton Sturdivant, 6-5, 293, Fr. (13) LG: Chris Davis, 6-4, 292, RFr. (13) C: Fernando Velasco, 6-4, 318, Sr. (13)

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RG: Clint Boling, 6-5, 290, Fr. (11) RT: Chester Adams, 6-4, 335, Sr. (12) TE: Tripp Chandler, 6-6, 263, Jr. (10) QB: Matthew Stafford, 6-3, 237, So. (13) TB: Thomas Brown, 5-8, 200, Jr. (7) Knowshon Moreno, 5-11, 207, RFr. (6) FB: Brannan Southerland, 6-0, 244, So. (10) FLK: Mohamed Massaquoi, 6-2, 198, Jr. (10) PK: 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 vs. 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 vs. 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) SS: Bryan Evans, 5-11, 190, Sr. (13) FS: Reshad Jones, 6-2, 215, Jr. (13) CB: Brandon Boykin, 5-10, 185, So. (12) P: Drew Butler, 6-2, 203, RSo. (13) 2010 (6-7 overall, 3-5 vs. 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 vs. SEC) SEC East Champions Outback Bowl Offense

SE: Malcolm Mitchell, 6-1, 184, Fr.. (8) LT: Cordy Glenn, 6-5, 348, Sr. (14) LG: Kenarious Gates, 6-5, 328, So. (9) Dallas Lee, 6-4, 316, RSo. (7) C: Ben Jones, 6-3, 300, Sr. (14) RG: Chris Burnette, 6-2, 313, RSo. (12) RT: Justin Anderson, 6-5, 342, Sr. (14) TE: Orson Charles, 6-3, 241, Jr. (14) QB: Aaron Murray, 6-1, 211, RSo. (14) TB: Isaiah Crowell, 5-11, 215, Fr. (7) Richard Samuel, 6-2, 243, Jr. (3) FB: Bruce Figgins, 6-4, 272, Sr. (9) FLK: Tavarres King, 6-1, 192, RSo. (13) PK: Blair Walsh, 5-10, 192, Sr. (14)

Defense

DE: Abry Jones, 6-3, 309, Jr. (14) N: John Jenkins, 6-3, 351, Jr. (7) Kwame Geathers, 6-6, 350, RSo. (3) DE: DeAngelo Tyson, 6-2, 306, Sr. (11) OLB: Jarvis Jones, 6-3, 241, RSo. (14) ILB: Mike Gilliard, 6-2, 220, Jr. (11)

ILB: Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 231, Fr. (7) OLB: Alex Oglettree, 6-3, 236, So. (7) Cornelius Washington, 6-4, 269, Jr. (5) CB: Sanders Commings, 6-2, 217, Jr. (13) FS: Bacarri Rambo, 6-0, 218, RSo. (13) FS: Shawn Williams, 6-1, 220, Jr. (12) CB: Brandon Boykin, 5-10, 183, Sr. (14) P: Drew Butler, 6-2, 214, Sr. (14)

2012 (12-2 overall, 7-1 vs. SEC) Capital One Bowl Champions SEC East Champions Offense

SE: Malcolm Mitchell, 6-1, 184, So. (6) Marlon Brown, 6-5,. 222, Sr. (6) LT: Kenarious Gates, 6-5, 328, Jr. (12) LG: Dallas Lee, 6-4, 316, Jr. (12) C: David Andrews, 6-2, 295, So. (14) RG: Chris Burnette, 6-2, 313, Jr. (12) RT: John Theus, 6-5, 309, Fr. (14) TE: Arthur Lynch, 6-5, 258, Jr. (13) QB: Aaron Murray, 6-1, 210, Jr. (14) TB: Todd Gurley, 6-1, 218, Fr. (13) FB: Merritt Hall, 5-11, 238, RFr. (6) Alexander Ogletree, 5-10, 225, Jr. (3) FLK: Tavarres King, 6-1, 200, Sr. (12) PK: Marshall Morgan, 6-3, 201, Fr. (14)

Defense

DE: Garrison Smith, 6-3, 297, Jr. (8) Abry Jones, 6-3, 308, Sr. (5) N: John Jenkins, 6-3, 358, Sr. (13) Kwame Geathers, 6-6, 350, Jr. (5) DE: Cornelius Washington, 6-4, 268, Sr. (10) OLB: Jarvis Jones, 6-3, 241, Jr. (11) ILB: Amarlo Herrera, 6-2, 245, So. (9) Mike Gilliard, 6-2, 230, Sr. (7) ILB: Alec Ogletree, 6-3, 232, Jr. (9) CB: Sanders Commings, 6-2, 216, Sr. (12) FS: Bacarri Rambo, 6-0, 210, Sr. (10) SS: Shawn Williams, 6-1, 217, Sr. (14) CB: Damian Swann, 5-11, 189, So. (14) P: Collin Barber, 6-2, 200, Fr. (14)

2013 (8-5 overall, 5-3 vs. 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.


all-time lettermen

2013 Lettermen

Seniors Greg Bingham Chris Burnette Corey Campbell Marc Deas Kenarious Gates Brandon Harton Austin Herod Dallas Lee Arthur Lynch Rhett McGowan Aaron Murray Connor Norman Alex Parsons

A

Blake Sailors Garrison Smith T.J. Stripling Parker Welch Hugh Williams Rantavious Wooten Chris Young Juniors David Andrews Mark Beard Michael Bennett Chris Conley Watts Dantzler Ray Drew

Aaron, Phil — 1978 Abram, John Desmond — 1985-86-87 Abbott, Chris - 2006 Adams, Chester - 2004-05-06-07 Adams, Donald— 1957 (Trainer) Adams, Gary — 1965-66-67 Adams, Steven - 2011-12-13 (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, Robert — 1960-61-62 Allen, V — 1902 Allison, Robert — 1979 Almond, Kevin — 1975-76-78 (Trainer) 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 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 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)

Adam Erickson Amarlo Herrera Kolton Houston Toby Johnson Kyle Karempelis Hutson Mason Corey Moore Lucas Redd Jonathan Rumph Damian Swann Mike Thornton Kosta Vavlas Ramik Wilson

Ashford, Alex — 1933-34-35 Atkins, Geno - 2006-09 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 Baker, Buck — 1968 Baker, Jim — 1973-74-75 Baker, Mike - 1988-89-90-91 (Trainer) Baker, Sam (Buck) — 1972-73 Baker, Bobby - 2004 (Video) 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 Barnum, Casey Eugene — 1989, 91-92 Barrett, Jr., Pearce — 1942 Barrow, Craig — 1893-95 Barrow, Thomas A. — 1902 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) Baxter, Julian F. — 1900-01-02 Beadles, Resty Alan - 1994-95-96 Beall, Jeremiah - 1997 Beard, Mark - 2012-13 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 Belflower, Charles Scott — 1985 (Mgr.) Belk, Robert — 1943 Bell, Greg — 1977-78-79-80 Bell, Herman - 1993-94 Bell, John — 1953-54-55

Sophomores Sterling Bailey Devin Bowman Josh Dawson Sheldon Dawson Todd Gurley Merritt Hall Josh Harvey-Clemons Quayvon Hicks Jordan Jenkins Keith Marshall Chris Mayes Marshall Morgan Jay Rome Justin Scott-Wesley John Theus Nathan Theus

Freshmen Reggie Carter Reggie Davis Brendan Douglas Leonard Floyd J.J. Green Tim Kimbrough Brandon Kublanow Brendan Langley Tray Matthews Quincy Mauger Ryne Rankin Jonathan Taylor Kenneth Towns Shaq Wiggins

Bell, Kendrell Alexander - 1999-2000 Bell, Robert Lionel — 1988-89 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 Bennett, Roger — 1977-78 Bennett, Jr., Jasper Carl — 1930-31 Bennett, Jr., Joe J. — 1920-21-22-23 (Captain) 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 Blakewood, James C. — 1979-80-81 Blalock, Stanley — 1984-85 Blanch, Wright B. — 1896 Blanchard, Elmer — 1961 Blank, John Fletcher — 1985 (Mgr.) Blanton, Jr., Brooker — 1940 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 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

Managers Steven Adams Tyler Brown West Davis (video) Sawyer Dennis Silas Ledford Tyler Sullivan (video) Justin Mantle Trent Pearson Bradley Rowland Rahim Sadruddin Corey Shiflett Taylor Teague Jake Tench Wil Wells

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 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) —1951-52-53 (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 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, 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, 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

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all-time lettermen 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 (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 (Manager) 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 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 Byrd, C.J. - 2005-06-07-08 Byrd, Derrick M. - 1993, 1995-96 Byrd, Gregg — 1970 *Honorary Byrd, Henry — 1943 Byrd, Wayne — 1967-68-69 Byus, Harry "Trey"—1988-89-90-91 (Tr.)

C

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

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Carter, Millard Filmore - 1939 Carter, Quincy — 1998-99-2000 Carter, Reggie — 2013 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 Castronis, Mike J. — 1943 (Capt.) 44 (Alt. Capt.), 45 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 Chamberlin, Steve — 1969-71 Chambers, Douglas A.—1982-83-84 (Tr.) Chambers, Earl Lamont - 1996-97-98-99 Chambers, Jeffery — 1990 (Trainer) Chandler, Bob — 1969 Chandler, Charles — 1952 Chandler, Edgar-1965-66-67 (Def. Capt) Chandler, Spurgeon — 1929-30-31 Chandler, Jr., Eugene — 1946-47-48-49 Chandler, Tripp - 2006-07-08 Chandley, David I. — 1982-83 (Tr.) Chapas, Shaun - 2007-08-09-10 Chapman, Andy — 1981-82 (Mgr) Chapman, George — 1932-33-34 Chapman, Tim—1980 (Mgr.) 1981 (Tr.) Charles, Orson —2009-10-11 Charping, Stanmore G. — 1982 Chavious, Charles — 1972 Cheek, George — 1961 Cheeves, James P. — 1919-20 Chesna, Joe L. — 1945 Childers, Clyde — 1960-61 Childs, R.R. — 1911 Chonko, Bill — 1943-44-45 Chosewood, Chadwick — 1992-93-94-95 Christian, Charles D. — 1939-40-41 Christian, Robert — 1947 (Mg) Christianson, David — 1972-74 Christie, Robert — 1959 (Manager) Chubb, Aaron Nathaniel — 1985-86-87-88 Chumley, Donald W. — 1982-83-84 (Def. Capt.) Claassen, David -2001 Clamon, Joe — 1967-68 Clanton, Michael D.-1986-87-88 (Tr.) Clark, Cleve — 1953-54-55 Clark, David Michael — 1985 Clark, Dicky — 1974-75-76 (Def. Capt.) Clark, Greg — 1983-84-85 (Mgr.) Clark, Matthew J. — 1982 Clark, Ralph — 1973 Clark, Raymond — 1960-61-62 (Capt.) Clark, Stan — 1974-75-76 (Head Tr.) Clarke, Arthur — 1897 Clarke, Lee A. - 1995 Clarke, T. Burton — 1897 Clarke, W.W. — 1894-95 Clay, Frank — 1905 Clay, Herbert — 1901 Cleckley, Hervey — 1922-23 Clemens, Robert — 1952-53-54  (Alt. Capt.) Clements, Dantra — 2000-01 Clemons, Charlie F-1992-93 (Def. Capt.) Clemons, Chris — 2000-02 Clemons, Nic - 2002 Cleveland, Brian Keith—1988-89-90 (Capt.) Cleveland, Robert — 1957 Clincy, Anthony — 1984-85 Cloer, Billy — 1965 Coates, Antavious — 08 Coates, Jesse — 1892 Cobb, Johnny — 1971 Cocke, Jr., Erle — 1941 (Manager) Cochran, Antonio - 1997-98 Cochran, JoAnna (Trainer) - 1994 Colby, Glenn — 1907 Cole, Bill — 1978 Cole, Bobby Virgil — 1988-89 Cole, Jimps Wooster — 1987-89 Cole, Mike — 1963 Coleman, John S. — 1914-15-16-17-18* Colley, William Richard — 1988-89

Collier, Barry — 1972-73-74 Collier, Corrie —2000-01 Collier, Steve — 1975-76-77 Collings, Jr., David A. — 1919-20-21-22 Collins, Bobby — 1977-79-80 (Mgr) Collins, Donnie Ray — 1989-90 Collins, George-1975-76-77 (Off. Capt.) Collins, James Brent — 1986-87 Collins, Odell - 1995-96 Collins, Pat — 1977-78-79 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 Connally, Joe — 1948 Connally, Joe Brown — 1895-1896 Connan, Mandy (Trainer) - 1994 Conyers, James Bennett - 1911-12-13-14-15 Cook, Buster — 1928 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 Costa, Jr., Leonard — 1940-41-42 Cothran, Walter S. — 1895-96 Couch, Tommy — 1969-70-71 Coutu, Brandon — 2004-05-06-07 (Spec. Team 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 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 Crowe, Timothy F. — 1979-80-81-82 (Def. Capt.) Crowell, Isaiah - 2011 Crumley, Jonathon Steven —1985-86-87-88 Crump, Stephen A. — 1911-12-13 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

D

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 Darby, Billy — 1968-69-70 (Def. Capt.) Darden, Joel — 1962-63-64 Daugherty, Jim S. — 1895 David, Drew Daniel—1991-92-93-94 (Spec. Teams Captain) David, William — 1932-33 Davidson, John — 1929-30 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, John — 1936-37 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 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) Dawson, Josh - 2012-13 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 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 Demersseman, Paul — 1975 Demos, George — 1970 Dennard, Anthony — 1964-65-66 Denney, Jimmy — 1964-65 Dennis, Sawyer - 2011-12-13 (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 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 Dobbs, Demarcus - 2007-08-09-10 Dobbs, George — 1950-511 Donaldson, John — 1945-46-47-48


all-time lettermen Donaldson, Ray — 1977-78-79 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 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 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 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 Co-Capt) Engel, Wayne — 1965-66-67 England, Jon - 1997-98 Epperson, Rusty — 1967-68 Erickson, Adam - 2012-13 Eskew, Sammy — 1970-71 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.) Evans, Bryan - 2006-07-08-09 Evans, Damon M.-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, 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 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 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 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 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, Ty —2009-10-11-12 Fromm, Richard Friedrich — 1985-86 Fruehauf, Ben — 1953-54 Fulcher, Ray - 2006-07 (Manager) Furchgott, Charles M. — 1944-45

G

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 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 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 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.) 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 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 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, 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 Grubbs, Clayton — 1955 Guest, Judson — 1979-81-82 (Mgr.) Guest, Mack — 1976-77-78 (Off. Capt.) Guest, Jr., C.B. — 1939-40 Guisler, George — 1957-58-59 Gulick, John — 1947-48 (Manager) Guly, Andrew — 08 Gurley, Todd - 2012-13 Gunby, Cooper — 1974 Gunn, Earl — 1951-52 Gunnels, Riley — 1956-57-58 Gunnels, Sandy Crawford —1933-34 Gurley, John — 1973-74 Guthrie, Carlton — 1961-62-63 Guthrie, David Michael — 1986-87- 88 (Spec. Team Capt.) Guthrie, Ed — 1979-80 Guthrie, Gary — 1980-81 (Manager) Guthrie, Vincent Leon — 1985-86-87-88

H

Hague, Bobby — 1943 Haley, Bill — 1944 Haley, Eugene S. — 1927-28 Hall, Burl F. — 1915 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 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, 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

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all-time lettermen Harris, Charles — 1954-55 Harris, Derrick Dewayne — 1988 Harris, Henderson — 1943 Harris, Henry — 1983-84-85-86 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) 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 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 Herod, Austin — 2013 Herrera, Amarlo - 2011-12-13 Herron, William — 1958-59 Hertwig, Craig — 1972-73-74 (Off. Capt.) 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 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 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.)

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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 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 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 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.) Huff, Douglas - 1996 Huff, E. Olin — 1925-26-28 Huff, James Blanchard — 1898 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

I

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

J 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.) 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 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, 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, Jervaris 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, Rodney — 1974-75-76 Johnson, Roy — 1926 Johnson, Ryan - 2008-09-10-11 (Mgr) Johnson, Sandy — 1966-67 Johnson, Toby — 2013 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, 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

K

Kain, Thomas G. — 1924-25-26 Kaiser, James Jeffrey — 1992, 1994 Kardian, Andrew Layne - 1997 Karempelis, Kyle - 2012-13 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 — 1894-95-190304 (Capt.) Kilpatrick, Martin E. — 1923-24-25 Kimbrough, Tim — 2013 Kimsey, Bucky — 1969 Kimsey, Cliff-1939-40-41 (Alt. Capt.) 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, Matthew Josesph — 1999 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 Kuniansky, Harry — 1941-42

L

Lady, Porter - 2004 Lake, Ricky — 1970-71-72 Lamar, Henry J. — 1899-1901 Lambe, Earnest — 1951 (Manager) 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 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


all-time lettermen Leavitt, Allan — 1973-74-75-76 Ledbetter, Danny Wayne — 1992-93 Ledford, Jacob - 2012 (Mgr.) Ledford, Silas — 2013 (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 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 Longo, Jermey - 2011 Lonon, Anthony Lovell - 1996-97 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 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.)

M

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 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 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 Maughon, Chris, — 1979-81-82 (Tr.) Maxwell, Kevin J. — 1988-89-90-91 Maxwell, Jr., Richard — 1932 Mayes, Chris — 2013 McAlister, Jay R. — 1982-83 McArthur, James — 1971-72 McAlister, Jay R. — 1982-83 McArthur, James — 1971-72 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 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) McGill, Curtis — 1967-68-69 McGill, Curt — 2000-01 (Off. Capt.) McGinnis, Mark — 1987 McGinty, Wadsworth — 1937 (Mgr.) McGowan, Rhett - 2011-12-13 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 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 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 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 Merola, Michael — 1949-50 (Capt.) Messer, Matt — 1993 Messer, Paul J. — 1984-85 Methvin, Eugene — 1954 Michael, Jr., Max — 1934 (Fin. Mgr.) 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, Malcome - 2012 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 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, 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 Morgan, Marshall - 2012-13 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.)

N

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 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) Nichels, Casey —2009 Nix, Phillip - 2004 Nix, Sidney J. — 1901-02 Nix, Tommy — 1980 Noblet, Jared - 2002 Nolan, Mario N. - 1993 Norley, Walt — 1983 Norman, Connor - 2012-13 (Spec. Teams Capt.)

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all-time lettermen 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

O

O’Malley, Joseph — 1952-53-54 (Capt) O’Neal, Gregory — 1992-93 Oakes, Mike — 1970 Oberdorfer, Donald — 1919-20 Olgetree, Alec - 2010-11-12 Olgetree, 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)

P

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 Parrish, Joel — 1974-75-76 Parrish, Joseph S. — 1909-11 Parsons, Alex — 2013 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) 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, 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

154

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) 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, 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) 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 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

R

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, Jr., Carter — 1958-59 Randall, L.C. — 1921-22-23-24 Rankin, Ryne — 2013 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 Reed, Robert — 1953 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 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.) 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 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 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 Rouse, Walter D. - 1993-94 Rowland, Bradley — 2013 (Manager) Royston, Dustin - 2012 Ruark, Walter —1940-41-42 (Alt Capt.) Rucker, Lamar — 1900 Ruff, Calvin — 1983-84-85-86 Rumph, Jonathan — 2013 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

S

Saddrudin, Rahim - 2011-12-13 (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, 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 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 Seaborn, Louis — 1917-1918 Sealy, James — 1958 Sedlock, Robert — 1957 Sellers, Terry — 1965-66-67 Sellers, Weyman — 1945-46-47-48 (Co.-Capt.) Sewell, Ryan - 2005 Seyfred, Jonathan — 2003 (Manager) Seymour, Richard —1997-98-99-2000 Shackelford, George O. — 1893 Shackleford, Ken - 2004-05-06 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 Shi, Allen — 1933-34-35 Shiflett, Corey - 2012-13 (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 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, 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)


all-time lettermen Smaha, Jiggy - 1967 Small, Tony - 1997-98 Smart, Kirby P - 1995-96-97-98(Capt) 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, 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, 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.) Southerland, Brannan - 2005-06-07-08 (Off. Capt) Sowell, Bryan (Trainer) - 1994 Spadafino, Leonard — 1954-55 Spain, Frank — 1894 Spain, J.W. — 1894-96 Spangler, Thomas E. — 1982 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) 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- 96-97-98 (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 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 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.)

T

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 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, Bob — 1963-64-65 Taylor, Jonathan — 2013 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 (Manager) Teasley, Joe - 1995 Tedder, Stan — 1975 Teech, Charlie - 2006-07-08-09 (Mgr.) Teel, Kerry — 1968 Tellis, LeMonte Donzell —1987-88-90-91 Tench, Jake — 2013 (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 Terry, Christopher Alexander — 1995- 96-97-98 (Capt.) Terry, Gordon—1976-77-78-79 (Capt.) Terry, John — 1946 Theus, John — 2012-13 Theus, Nathan — 2013 Tholetter, David — 1967 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, Will - 2001-02, 04-05 Thornhill, Thomas — 1959 Thornton, Bruce — 2000-01-02-03 Thornton, Michael Leon — 1992-93 Thornton, Mike - 2012-13 Thrash, Tom A.—1913-14-15-16 (Capt.) 17-18 Thrasher, Babe — 1898 Thurman, Allen — 1906 Thurman, Odell - 2003-04 Thurson, Thomas N. — 1980-81-82- 83 (Def. Capt.) 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 Toodle, Gene - 1993-94-95-96 (Capt.) Tootle, Marvin — 1965-66 Torbert, Regan — 2000 Towns, Forest — 1936-37 Towns, Kenneth — 2013 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) 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

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 Uga VIII - 2010 Ullrich, Andy — 1975 Usry, Mike — 1998

V

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 Veal, Gene — 1978 Veal, Jason - 2011 Veal, Ken — 2000-01-02-03

Veazy, Charlton — 1953 (Trainer) Velasco, Fernando-2003-04, 06-07 (Capt) Vella, Leonard — 1960-61 Verdun-Wheeler, Danny-2003-04-05-06 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, 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 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, Macus-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 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 Wells, Don Ray — 1944 Wells, Evan - 2004 Wells, Wil - 2011-12-13 (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

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all-time lettermen White, George — 1966-67-68 White, J. Harry — 1956 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, Jermaine— 1997-98 Wiggins, Shaq — 2013 Wilfong, Walter — 1938-39 Wilhite, Charles — 1938 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

Senior Bowl

Wimberly, William H., Jr. (Mgr.)—1987 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, 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, Jarius - 2007-08 Wynn, Shedrick — 2000-01-02 Wynn, William Antonio — 1989-90 (Offensive Captain)

Y

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, Leroy — 1932-33 Young, Lewis — 1936-37 Young, Richard — 1954-55 Young, William — 1952-53 Young, William H.—1926 (Mgr.)

Z

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

1950 Porter Payne, G 1951 Mike Merola, E, Billy Mixon, B 1952 Marion Campbell, T 1953 Art DeCarlo, E 1954 Zeke Bratkowski, QB 1955 Charles Madison, B 1957 Roy Wilkins, E 1959 Theron Sapp, B 1960 Charles Britt, B 1961 Pat Dye, G, Fred Brown, B Bobby Walden, B 1962 Pete Case, T 1964 Mickey Babb, E, Larry Rakestraw, QB 1965 Jim Wilson, G 1967 George Patton, LB 1968 Ronnie Jenkins, RB 1969 Bill Stanfill, DE 1972 Tom Nash, OL, Royce Smith, OL, Phil Sullivan, DB 1974 Jim Cagle, DL 1975 Craig Hertwig, OL 1977 Joel Parrish, OL, Mike Wilson, OL 1978 George Collins, OL 1979 Ulysses Norris, TE 1980 Ray Donaldson, C 1981 Scott Woerner, CB, Nat Hudson, OL Rex Robinson, PK 1983 Wayne Radloff, C 1984 Daryll Jones, CB 1985 Kevin Butler, PK 1987 John Little, SAF, Victor Perry, OT 1988 Lars Tate, TB 1989 Todd Wheeler, C 1990 Curt Mull, OT 1992 Arthur Marshall, FLK 1993 Alec Millen, OT 1994 Mitch Davis, OLB 1995 Hason Graham, WR 1995 Randall Godfrey, SLB Brice Hunter, FLK 1996 Jason Ferguson, DT 1998 Hines Ward, SE, Robert Edwards, RB 1999 Chris Terry, OT, Larry Brown, TE 2001 Kendrell Bell, MLB, Jonas Jennings, OT, Marcus Stroud, DT, Jamie Henderson, CB 2002 Jermaine Phillips, ROV Will Witherspoon, OLB 2003 Terrence Edwards, FLK, Jon

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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, 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, Jim — 1963-64 Wilson, Mark — 1974-75-76 Wilson, Mike — 1974-75-76 Wilson, Ramik - 2012-13 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

Stinchcomb, ST, George Foster, ST 2004 Bruce Thornton, CB, Ben Watson, TE 2005 Reggie Brown, SE Fred Gibson, FLK; David Green, QB 2006 D.J. Shockley, QB; Max Jean Gilles, OG; Greg Blue, FS; Tim Jennings, CB; DeMario Minter, CB 2007 Quentin Moses, DE; Martrez Milner, TE; Tony Taylor, WLB 2008 Brandon Coutu, K 2009 Mohamed Massoquoi, WR Corvey Irvin, DT 2010 Geno Atkins, OT; Jeff Owens, OT 2011 Clint Boling, OG 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

Blue - Gray Game

1939 Smiley Johnson 1944 Herb St. John, G, Charley Trippi, B 1951 Jeff Burgamy, Marion Campbell 1952 Art DeCarlo 1954 Charlie Madison 1956 Laneair Roberts, E 1957 Jimmy Orr 1958 Theron Sapp, B 1960 Phil Ashe, Fred Brown, Pat Dye Francis Tarkenton (P), Bobby Walden 1961 Bill McKenny 1963 Mickey Babb, Larry Rakestraw, QB 1965 Doug McFalls 1967 Donald Hayes, Ronald Jenkins Terry Sellers 1979 Matt Braswell 1990 John Kasay, PK, Morris Lewis, OLB 1993 Shannon Mitchell, TE , Greg Tremble, FS 1994 Terrell Davis, RB 1996 Juan Daniels, WR Jermaine Smith, DL

Las Vegas Classic

2006 Dennis Roland, OT; Darrius Swain, DT

INTA Juice North-South Classic 2007 Ray Gant

Japan Bowl

1977 Ken Helms, C 1979 Mack Guest, OL

1981 Jeff Hipp, SAF, Tim Morrison, OL 1982 Buck Belue, QB; Lindsay Scott, FLK; Eddie Weaver, DG; Ronnie Stewart, FB 1983 Ronnie Harris, CB, Norris Brown, TE 1984 Guy McIntyre, OT 1985 Mike Weaver, OT; Jeff Sanchez, SAF; Knox Culpepper, LB 1986 Peter Anderson, C 1987 Henry Harris, DG 1988 Kim Stephens, OG 1989 Troy Sadowski, TE, Richard Tardits, OLB 1990 Bill Goldberg, DT 1991 John Kasay, PK 1992 Chuck Carswell, CB 1993 Alec Millen, OT

East-West Shrine Game

1952 Harry Babcock, B 1967 Mark Holmes, DB 1977 George Collins, OG 1979 Willie McClendon, TB 1980 Ray Donaldson, C 1981 Nat Hudson, OL 1982 Buck Belue, QB, Ronnie Stewart, FB 1983 Wayne Radloff, C 1984 Clarence Kay, TE 1994 Bernard Williams, OT Shannon Mitchell, TE 1996 Phillip Daniels, BT 1998 Antonio Cochran, DE 1999 Emarlos Leroy, NG Olandis Gary, RB 2000  Orantes Grant, WLB 2001 Curt McGill, C 2002 Kevin Breedlove, TG, Curt McGill, C 2003 Tony Gilbert, MLB 2004 Ken Veal, DT 2005 Arnold Harrison, LB 2006 Kedrick Golston, DT 2008 Fernando Velasco, C, Thomas Brown, TB 2009 Dannell Ellerbe, LB 2012 -Blair Walsh, DeAngelo Tyson, Bruce Figgins 2013 - Branden Smith 2014 - Chris Burnette, Garrison Smith

Hula Bowl

1953 Harry Babcock, B 1960 Jim Vickers, E 1961 Fran Tarkenton, QB

1965 Ray Rissmiller, T 1968 Edgar Chandler, T, Larry Kohn, E 1970 Steve Greer, DG, Bruce Kemp, RB 1973 Buzy Rosenberg, DB 1975 Steve Taylor, CB 1976 Randy Johnson, OG 1977 Ken Helms, C 1981 Jeff Hipp, SAF, Scott Woerner, CB 1982 Lindsay Scott, FLK 1983 Jimmy Payne, DT, Nate Taylor, LB 1984 Terry Hoage, ROV Freddie Gilbert, DE (MVP) 1985 Jeff Sanchez, SAF Knox Culpepper, LB 1986 Tony Flack SAF 1987 John Little, SAF 1988 John Brantley, LB, Lars Tate, TB 1989 Todd Wheeler, C, Terrie Webster, ILB 1990 Ben Smith, FS 1996 Adam Meadows, OT 1997 Mike Bobo, QB 1999 Steve Herndon, OG 2001 Verron Haynes, TB 2006 Gerald Anderson, DT 2007 Nick Jones, C, Gordon Ely-Kelso, P, Danny Verdun Wheeler, SLB

Gridiron Classic 2000 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005

Jeff Harris, DB, Team Florida Ian Knight, C, Team Florida Billy Bennett, PK, South Damien Gary, WR, South Michael Johnson, WR, South Mark Richt, South Head Coach Jeremy Thomas, FB, South

Texas vs. Nation

2011 Kris Durham, WR, Vance Cuff, DB, Josh Davis, OT

Raycom All-Star Classic

2013 Marlon Brown, Mike Gilliard, Abry Jones, Christian Robinson

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2013 - Richard Samuel 2014 - Dallas Lee, Kenarious Gates

College All-Star Bowl 2014 - Rantavious Wooten


georgia vs. competition Opponent

Alabama Alabama Presbyterian Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Atlanta A.C. Auburn Augusta A.C. Baylor Boise State Boston College Brigham Young Buffalo

First Last Meeting Meeting

G W L T

1895 1911 2013 1985 2008 1969 1997 1898 1892 1893

2012 1913 2013 1985 2009 2010 2001 1898 2013 1894

66 2 1 1 2 13 2 1 117 2

25 37 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 9 4 2 0 1 0 54 55 2 0

1972 2005 1950 1982 2012

1989 2011 2001 1982 2012

4 2 4 1 1

California Cal State-Fullerton Central Florida Central Michigan Centre Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati Citadel Clemson Coastal Carolina Colorado Columbia Cumberland

1976 1991 1999 2008 1923 1912 1922 1942 1909 1897 2011 2006 1940 1905

1981 1992 2010 2008 1941 1949 1922 1976 1958 2013 2011 2010 1941 1905

2 2 2 1 3 9 1 2 10 63 1 2 2 1

Dahlonega Daniel Field Dartmouth Davidson Duke Duquesne

1905 1943 1921 1901 1986 1949

1915 1944 1941 1909 1986 1949

6 2 2 5 1 1

6 1 1 2 1 1

0 1 1 2 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0

East Carolina

1990

1990

1

1

0

0

Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham Furman

1904 2012 1954 1936 1893

2013 2012 2002 1936 1950

92 1 11 1 23

50 40 1 0 6 4 0 0 21 2

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George Washington Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Gordon

1951 1992 1893 1910

1951 2012 2013 1910

1 5 106 1

1 0 5 0 64 37 1 0

0 0 5 0

Hardin-Simmons Harvard Hawai'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 1 0 1 1

0 1 0 3 2 0

0 0 0 0 1 0

Idaho State

2010

2010

1

1

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Jacksonville Naval A.S.

1942

1942

1

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0

Kent Kentucky

1998 1939

1998 2013

1 67

1 0 53 12

0 2

Locust Grove Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Monroe Louisiana State

1910 2010 2005 1928

1910 2010 2005 2013

1 1 1 29

1 0 1 0 1 0 13 15

0 0 0 1

Marshall Maryland Memphis State Mercer Miami, Florida Miami, Ohio

2004 1948 1982 1892 1937 1974

2004 1973 1984 1941 1966 1974

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Opponent

Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee St. Mississippi Mississippi State* Missouri Murray State

Navy Nebraska Newberry New Mexico State New York North Carolina N.C. State Northeast Louisiana North Texas Northwestern State (La.) Notre Dame

Oglethorpe Ohio State Oklahoma A&M (State) Oregon Oregon State Pennsylvania Penn State Pittsburgh Presbyterian Purdue Rice Richmond

First Last Meeting Meeting

G W L T

1957 1989 2003 1940 1914 1960 1945

1965 2011 2003 2012 2011 2013 1945

2 3 1 45 23 3 1

1920 1993 1946 1977 1971

1940 1993 2009 1977 1987

8 1 4 1 3

1916 1969 1915 1995 1929 1895 1933 1994 2013 2002 1981

1952 1982 1973 1943 1999

1936 1975

1957 2013 1922 2011 1939 1971 1973 1997 2013 2002 1981

1952 1983 1982 1944 2003

1936 1986

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1 1 2 1 1 0 32 12 17 6 2 1 1 0

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0 1 3 0 0

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St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Savannah A.C. Sewanee South Carolina Southern California Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Stanford Stetson Syracuse

1950 1893 1894 1894 1931 1966 1953 1978 1934 1989

1950 1906 1919 2013 1960 1966 1996 1978 1934 1989

1 0 0 1 4 1 2 1 13 5 7 1 66 47 17 2 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 2013 2009 1984 2009 1988 1996 2007 1985 1960

4 43 2 4 5 3 3 1 25 2

4 0 20 21 2 0 1 3 2 3 3 0 3 0 1 0 14 10 2 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Military Virginia Tech

1893 1953 1897 1943 1931

2013 1953 2000 1978 2006

74 1 19 4 3

53 19 1 0 9 7 4 0 2 1

2 0 3 0 0

1934

11

UAB U.C.L.A. Utah State

Wake Forest Western Carolina Western Kentucky West Virginia William & Mary Wisconsin Wofford Wyoming Yale

2003 1943 1999

1943 1991 2006 2005 1988 1997 1894 1998

1923

2006 1983 1999

1979 2007 2006 2005 1988 2004 1896 1998

2 2 1

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6

5

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*formerly Mississippi A&M (1914)

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football through the years 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 10/21 0 10/28 33 11/11 0 11/18 0 11/30 0

Clemson 0...................Athens Sewanee 12.................. Atlanta Georgia Tech 0...................Athens Tennessee 5.......Knoxville, TN Auburn 0.................. Atlanta 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

0................... Athens 0................... Athens 6......... Sewanee, TN

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 10/7 26 10/14 21 10/21 13 10/28 3 11/4 0 11/11 49 11/18 0 11/30 3

Citadel 0.................. Athens Clemson 0....... Anderson, SC Florida 0.................. Athens Virginia 7....Charlottesville,VA Navy 27.....Annapolis, MD Auburn 3............. Columbus Furman 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 21.................. Athens 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 10/9 37 10/16 7 10/23 27 10/30 7 11/6 0 11/13 56 11/20 21 11/25 55

Citadel 0.................... Athens S. Carolina 0.........Columbia, SC Furman 0........Greenville, SC Oglethorpe 3....................Atlanta Auburn 0...............Columbus Virginia 0.... Charlottesville,VA Florida 0.................... Athens Alabama 14....................Atlanta 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


football through the years 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 10/15 32 Furman 0...................Athens 10/22 33 Auburn 3............. Columbus 0.. New Orleans, LA 10/29 31 Tulane 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

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 0 Southern Cal 31.Los Angeles, CA 12/2

1934 (7-3-0, 3-2 SEC) Coach: Harry Mehre Capt.: Charlie Tubyville, E

9/29 42 10/6 7 10/13 0 10/20 6 10/27 6 11/3 14 11/10 14 11/17 27 11/24 18 12/1 7

Stetson 0...................Athens Furman 2...... Greenville, SC N. Carolina 14...................Athens Tulane 7.. New Orleans, LA Alabama 26...Birmingham, AL Florida 0....Jacksonville, FL Yale 7....New Haven, CT NC State 0...................Athens Auburn 0............. Columbus 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 10/5 40 10/12 31 10/19 13 10/26 7 11/2 7 11/9 26 11/16 0 11/23 7 11/30 7

Mercer 0 ..................Athens Chattanooga 0.. Chattanooga, TN Furman 7...................Athens NC State 0..........Raleigh, NC Alabama 17...................Athens Florida 0....Jacksonville, FL Tulane 13.. New Orleans, LA LSU 13...................Athens Auburn 19............. Columbus 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 10/3 13 10/10 7 10/17 6 10/24 13 10/31 0 11/7 26 11/14 12 11/21 7 11/28 16

Mercer 6...................Athens Furman 0...................Athens LSU 47.. Baton Rouge, LA Rice 13...................Athens Auburn 20............. Columbus Tennessee 46...................Athens Florida 8....Jacksonville, FL Tulane 6.. New Orleans, LA Fordham 7...... New York, NY Georgia Tech 6...................Athens

1937 (6-3-2. 1-2-2 SEC) Caoch: 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 10/1 7 10/7 38 10/15 28 10/22 6 11/5 19 11/12 6 11/19 14 11/26 0 12/2 7

Citadel 12...................Athens S. Carolina 6....... Columbia, SC Furman 7...................Athens Mercer 19...................Athens Holy Cross 29......Worcester, MA Florida 6....Jacksonville, FL Tulane 28.. New Orleans, LA Auburn 23............. Columbus Georgia Tech 0...................Athens Miami 13...........Miami, FL*

1939 (5-6-0, 1-3 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Vassa Cate, HB

9/30 26 Citadel 0...................Athens 10/7 0 Furman 20.... Greenville, SC* 10/14 0 Holy Cross 13...................Athens

10/21 6 10/28 13 11/3 16 11/11 6 11/18 33 11/25 0 12/2 0 12/8 13

Kentucky 13......Louisville, KY NYU 14......New York, NY Mercer 9.................. Athens 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 10/5 33 10/12 14 10/19 13 10/25 7 11/2 14 11/9 13 11/16 13 11/30 21 12/6 28

Oglethorpe 0................Atlanta* S. Carolina 2....... Columbia, SC Ole Miss 28.................. Athens Columbia 19......New York, NY Kentucky 7................ Athens* Auburn 13............. Columbus Florida 18... Jacksonville, FL Tulane 21...New Orleans,LA Georgia Tech 19.................. Athens 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

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football through the years 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

1945 (9-2-0, 4-2 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Charles Eaves, G

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

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

1946 (11-0-0, 5-0 SEC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS# SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Charles Trippi, HB

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

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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

1950 (6-3-3, 3-2-1 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Mike Merola, E

9/23 27 9/29 7 10/7 0 10/14 27 10/21 13 10/27 19 11/4 7 11/11 6 11/18 12 11/25 40 12/2 0

Maryland 7.................. Athens St. Mary’s 7.....San Fran., CA* N. Carolina 0.................. Athens Miss. State 0.................. Athens LSU 13... Baton Rouge,LA* Boston Coll. 7........Boston, MA* Alabama 14.. Birmingham, AL Florida 0... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 10............. Columbus Furman 0.................. Athens Georgia Tech 7.................. Athens PRESIDENTIAL CUP 12/9 20  Texas A&M 40.College Park,MD

1951 (5-5, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Claude Hipps, HB

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 11/7 7 Florida 21... Jacksonville, FL 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 26...............Atlanta,* 9/24 14 Vanderbilt 13.................. Athens 10/1 7 Clemson 26.........Clemson, SC 10/8 28 N. Carolina 7.................. Athens 10/15 47 Florida State 14...Tallahassee, FL* 10/22 0 Tulane 14.................. Athens 10/29 35 Alabama 14.................. Athens 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 9/28 6 10/5 0 10/11 13 10/19 14 10/26 33 11/2 13 11/9 0 11/16 0 11/30 7

Texas 26................Atlanta* Vanderbilt 9.................. Athens Michigan 26......Ann Arbor, MI Tulane 6.. New Orleans, LA* Navy 27........Norfolk, VA* Kentucky 14... Lexington, KY* Alabama 14.................. Athens Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 6............. Columbus Georgia Tech 0..................Atlanta

1958 (4-6, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Wallace Butts Capt.: Theron Sapp, FB

9/20 8 9/27 14 10/4 14 10/11 28 10/25 28 11/1 0 11/8 6 11/15 6 11/22 76 11/29 16

Texas 13..........Austin, TX* Vanderbilt 21..... Nashville, TN* S. Carolina 24.................. Athens Florida State 13.Jacksonville, FL* Kentucky 0.................. Athens Alabama 12.....Tuscaloosa, AL Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 21............. Columbus The Citadel 0.................. Athens 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 9/24 18 10/1 38 10/7 3 10/15 20 10/22 17 10/29 45 11/5 14 11/12 6 11/26 7

Alabama 21.. Birmingham, AL Vanderbilt 7..... Nashville, TN* S. Carolina 6.................. Athens Southern Cal 10.. Los Angeles, CA* Miss. State 17.................. Athens Kentucky 13... Lexington, KY* Tulsa 7.................. Athens Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 9.......... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 6.................. Athens

1961 (3-7, 3-4 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Pete Case, LT

9/23 6 9/30 0 10/7 17 10/14 0 10/21 10 10/28 16 11/3 7 11/11 14 11/18 7 12/2 7

Alabama 32.................. Athens Vanderbilt 21.................. Athens S. Carolina 14.................. Athens Florida State 3...Tallahassee, FL* Miss. State 7................Atlanta* Kentucky 15.................. Athens Miami 32.......... Miami, FL* Florida 21... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 10.................. Athens Georgia Tech 22..................Atlanta

1962 (3-4-3, 2-2-2 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Ray Clark, E

9/22 0 9/29 10 10/6 7 10/13 24 10/20 0 10/27 7 11/3 10 11/10 15 11/17 30 12/1 6

Alabama 35.. Birmingham, AL* Vanderbilt 0..... Nashville, TN* S. Carolina 7..... Columbia, SC* Clemson 16.........Clemson, SC Florida State 18.................. Athens Kentucky 7.................. Athens N. C. State 10.................. Athens Florida 23... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 21.......... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 37.................. Athens

1963 (4-5-1, 2-4 SEC) Coach: Johnny Griffith Capt.: Billy Knowles, HB

9/21 7 9/28 20 10/5 27 10/12 7 10/18 31 10/26 17 11/2 7 11/9 14 11/16 0 11/30 3

Alabama 32.................. Athens Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens S. Carolina 7.................. Athens Clemson 7.........Clemson, SC Miami 14.......... Miami, FL* Kentucky 14......Lexington, KY N. Carolina 28....Chapel Hill, NC Florida 21... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 14.................. Athens 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* 7....... Columbia, SC 10/3 7 S. Carolina 10/10 19 Clemson 7.................. Athens 10/17 14 Florida State 17.................. Athens 10/24 21 Kentucky 7.................. Athens 10/31 24 N. Carolina 8.................. Athens 7... Jacksonville, FL 11/7 14 Florida 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 11/6 10 Florida 14... Jacksonville, FL 11/13 19 Auburn 21.................. Athens 11/27 17 Georgia Tech 7..................Atlanta


football through the years 1966 (10-1, 5-0 SEC) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Vince Dooley Capt.: George Patton, T

9/17 20 9/24 43 10/1 7 10/8 9 10/14 6 10/22 27 10/29 28 11/5 27 11/12 21 11/26 23

Miss. State 17........Jackson, MS* VMI 7.......Roanoke, VA* S. Carolina 0......Columbia, SC* Ole Miss 3...................Athens Miami 7...........Miami, FL* Kentucky 15...................Athens N. Carolina 3...................Athens Florida 10....Jacksonville, FL Auburn 13........... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 14...................Athens COTTON BOWL 12/31 24 SMU 9.............Dallas, TX

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 10/10 21 Ole Miss 31...................Athens 10/17 37 Vanderbilt 3...................Athens 10/24 19 Kentucky 3.... Lexington, KY*

10/31 52 11/7 17 11/14 31 11/28 7

S. Carolina 34.................. Athens Florida 24... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 17.......... Auburn, AL 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 9/25 28 Clemson 0.........Clemson, SC 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 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 24... New Orleans, LA 9/23 13 Tulane 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 9/27 28 10/4 35 10/11 13 10/18 47 10/25 21 11/1 28 11/8 10 11/15 28 11/27 42

Miss. State 6.................. Athens S. Carolina 20..... Columbia, SC* Clemson 7.................. Athens Ole Miss 28.......... Oxford, MS Vanderbilt 3....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 13.................. Athens Richmond 24.................. Athens Florida 7... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 13.................. Athens 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 9/18 41 9/25 20 10/2 21 10/9 17 10/16 45 10/23 31 10/30 31 11/6 41 11/13 28 11/27 13

California 24.................. Athens Clemson 0.........Clemson, SC S. Carolina 12.................. Athens Alabama 0.................. Athens Ole Miss 21.......... Oxford, MS Vanderbilt 0.................. Athens Kentucky 7... Lexington, KY* Cincinnati 17.................. Athens Florida 27... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 0.......... Auburn, AL 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 9/17 6 9/24 15 10/1 10 10/8 14 10/15 24 10/22 0 10/29 23 11/5 17 11/12 14 11/26 7

Oregon 16.................. Athens Clemson 7.................. Athens S. Carolina 13..... Columbia, SC* Alabama 18.....Tuscaloosa, AL Ole Miss 13.................. Athens Vanderbilt 13....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 33.................. Athens Richmond 7.................. Athens Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 33.................. Athens 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* 10/7 42 Ole Miss 3.................. Athens 10/14 24 LSU 17.. Baton Rouge, LA* 10/21 31 Vanderbilt 10.................. Athens 10/28 17 Kentucky 16... Lexington, KY* 11/4 41 VMI 3.................. Athens 11/11 24 Florida 22... Jacksonville, FL 11/18 22 Auburn 22.......... Auburn, AL 12/2 29 Georgia Tech 28.................. Athens BLUEBONNET BOWL 12/31 22 Stanford 25.......Houston, TX*

1979 (6-5, 5-1 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Gordon Terry, DE

9/15 21 9/22 7 9/29 20 10/6 24 10/13 21 10/20 31 10/27 20 11/3 0 11/10 33

Wake Forest Clemson S. Carolina Ole Miss LSU Vanderbilt Kentucky Virginia Florida

22.................. Athens 12.........Clemson, SC 27.................. Athens 21.......... Oxford, MS 14.................. Athens 10....... Nashville, TN 6.................. Athens 31.................. Athens 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 11/8 26 Florida 21....Jacksonville, FL 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

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football through the years 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

1988 (9-3, 5-2 SEC) Coach: Vince Dooley Capts.: Todd Wheeler, C Wycliffe Lovelace (Def.); David Guthrie (ST)

9/3 28 Tennessee 17.................. Athens 9/10 38 TCU 10.................. Athens 9/17 42 Miss. State 35.... Starkville, MS* 9/24 10 S. Carolina 23....... Columbia, SC 10/1 36 Ole Miss 12.................. Athens 10/8 41 Vanderbilt 22.................. Athens 10/22 10 Kentucky 16......Lexington, KY 10/29 59 Wm. & Mary 24.................. Athens 11/5 26 Florida 3... Jacksonville, FL 11/12 10 Auburn 20...........Auburn, AL 11/26 24 Georgia Tech 3.................. Athens MAZDA GATOR BOWL 1/1/89 34 Michigan St. 27.Jacksonville, 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.

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 9/12 41 9/19 20 9/26 13 10/3 31 10/10 23 10/17 52 10/24 17 11/7 23 11/14 11 11/28 30

Virginia 22................... Athens Oregon State 7................... Athens Clemson 21......... Clemson, SC S. Carolina 6................... Athens Ole Miss 14........... Oxford, MS LSU 26................... Athens Vanderbilt 24......Nashville, TN* Kentucky 14................... Athens Florida 10.... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 27................... Athens Georgia Tech 16.................Atlanta* LIBERTY BOWL 12/29 20 Arkansas 17...... Memphis, TN*

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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 12/2 22

Baylor 3.................. Athens Miss. State 6.................. Athens S. Carolina 24.................. Athens Tennessee 17.....Knoxville, TN* Ole Miss 17.......... Oxford, MS Vanderbilt 16....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 23.................. Athens Temple 10.................. Athens Florida 10... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 20.................. Athens Georgia Tech 33.................. Atlanta PEACH BOWL 12/30 18 Syracuse 19.................. Atlanta

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 10/6 3 Clemson 34.........Clemson, SC 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 9/7 31 LSU 10.................. Athens 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 11/9 13 Florida 45... Jacksonville, FL 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 10/3 27 Arkansas 3.... Fayetteville, AR 10/10 34 Ga. Southern 7................... Athens 10/17 30 Vanderbilt 20................... Athens 10/24 40 Kentucky 7.... Lexington, KY* 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 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/25

21 6 52 14 10 54 41 33 26 28  43 

S. Carolina 23.............. Athens Tennessee 38..Knoxville, TN* Texas Tech 37.............. Athens Ole Miss 31.... Oxford, MS* Arkansas 20.............. Athens Southern Miss 24.............. Athens Vanderbilt 3... Nashville, TN Kentucky 28.............. Athens Florida 33.Jacksonville, FL Auburn 42.............. Athens 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)

9/3 24 9/10 23 9/17 70 9/24 17 10/1 28 10/8 40 10/15 30 10/22 34 10/29 14 11/12 23 11/25 48

S. Carolina 21....Columbia, S.C.* Tennessee 41................... Athens NE Louisiana 6................... Athens Ole Miss 14................... Athens Alabama 29....Tuscaloosa, AL* Clemson 14................... Athens Vanderbilt 43................... Athens Kentucky 30.... Lexington, KY* Florida 52....Gainesville, FL* Auburn 23......... Auburn, AL* 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 10/7 19 Clemson 17....... Clemson, SC* 10/14 17 Vanderbilt 6........ Nashville, TN 10/21 12 Kentucky 3................... Athens 10/28 17 Florida 52................... Athens 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* 11/2 7 Florida 47... Jacksonville, FL 11/16 56 Auburn (OT) 49.......... Auburn, AL 11/23 27 Ole Miss 31.................. Athens 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 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 9/11 24 9/25 24 10/2 23 10/9 20 10/16 27 10/23 49 10/30 14 11/ 13 21 11/20 20 11/27 48

Utah State 7................ Athens* S. Carolina 9.................. Athens Central Florida 2 3................ Athens LSU 22.................. Athens Tennessee 37.... Knoxville, TN* Vanderbilt 17....... Nashville, TN Kentucky 34.................. Athens Florida 30... Jacksonville, FL Auburn 38................ Athens* Ole Miss 17.......... Oxford, MS Georgia Tech 51..................Atlanta OUTBACK BOWL 1/1/00 28 Purdue (OT) 25............ Tampa, FL

*denotes night game


football through the years 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 9/9 10 9/23 37 9/30 38 10/7 21 10/14 29 10/21 34 10/28 23 11/11 26 11/18 32 11/25 15

Ga. Southern 7................. Athens* S. Carolina 21....... Columbia, SC N. Mexico St. 0................... Athens Arkansas 7.... Fayetteville, AR Tennessee 10................. Athens* Vanderbilt 19................... Athens Kentucky 30...... Lexington, KY Florida 34.... Jacksonville, FL Auburn (OT) 29......... Auburn, AL* Ole Miss 14................. Athens* 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 11/10 17 Auburn 24................... Athens 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*

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 9/6 29 9/13 31 9/20 10 10/4 37 10/11 41 10/18 27 10/25 16

Clemson M. Tenn. St. S. Carolina LSU Alabama Tennessee Vanderbilt UAB

0......... Clemson, SC 10................... Athens 7................... Athens 17....Baton Rouge, LA 23................... Athens 14..... Knoxville, TN* 8........Nashville, TN 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 10/2 45 LSU 16................... Athens 10/9 14 Tennessee 19................... Athens 10/16 33 Vanderbilt 3................... Athens 10/23 20 at Arkansas 14.... Fayetteville, AR 10/30 31 Florida 24.... Jacksonville, FL 11/6 62 at Kentucky 17...... Lexington, KY 11/13 6 at Auburn 24........... Auburn, AL 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 JeanGilles, 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 9/9 18 9/16 34 9/23 14 9/30 14 10/7 33 10/14 22 10/21 27 10/28 14 11/4 20 11/11 37 11/25 15

Western Ky. 12................... Athens S. Carolina 0......Columbia, SC* UAB 0................... Athens Colorado 13................... Athens Ole Miss 9......... Oxford, MS* Tennessee 51................. Athens* Vanderbilt 24................... Athens Miss. State 24................... Athens Florida 21.... Jacksonville, FL Kentucky 24 ..... Lexington, KY Auburn 15........... Auburn, AL Georgia Tech 12.................. Athens CHICK-FIL-A BOWL 12/30 31 Virginia Tech 24.................Atlanta*

*denotes night game

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)

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 11/15 17 Auburn 13...........Auburn, AL 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 11/27 42 Ga. Tech 34................ Athens* LIBERTY BOWL 12/28 6 UCF 10...............Memphis

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

9/3 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 11/26 31 Ga. Tech 17..................Atlanta 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..................Atlanta 9/8 41 Missouri 20... Columbia, MO* 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* 10/27 17 Florida 9 .. Jacksonville, FL 11/3 37 Ole Miss 10.................. Athens 11/10 38 Auburn 0........ Auburn, AL* 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

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series records ALABAMA 25-37-4

1895 Won 30 6............Columbus 1901 Tie 0 0....... Montgomery 0........Birmingham 1902 Won 5 1904 Lost 5 16......... Tuscaloosa 0 36.......Birmingham 1905 Lost 1907 Tie 0 0....... Montgomery 6 6........Birmingham 1908 Tie 1909 Lost 0 14............... Atl