They've only played each other once. Georgia won 48-13 on 9/3/2005 As of the start of the 2007 season, Boise State has played four games against SEC opponents, losing to Georgia, South Carolina, and Arkansas twice.
As of the 2007 season, Georgia Tech has a 22-13 record in bowl games. Click on the 'Georgia Tech Bowl History' link on this page to see a list of the bowl games they have played in.
Tennessee 21, Georgia 16, 2 ties (as of end of 2009 season) As far as I know, there are no disputed games in this series (as opposed to, for example, the Georgia-Georgia Tech series), so the record should be the same no matter which side you ask.
The overall win loss record between the two teams is 46-37-2 with Georgia ahead. Georgia - 46 Wins 2 tied games Florida - 37 Wins
He won 36 games during his time at Georgia.
Through the 2008 season, Oklahoma State and Georgia have met three times in football with Georgia winning all three games. 1) 1946 - Georgia 33, Oklahoma State 13 2) 1947 - Georgia 20, Oklahoma State 7 3) 2007 - Georgia 35, Oklahoma State 14
Georgia and auburn
As of the 2011 season the University of Georgia has played in 46 bowl games with an all-time record of 26-17-3.
Coming into the 2008 season, Georgia had an all time record against the PAC-10 of 8-4-1. They have lost all three games played against USC and their only game against Stanford. They are undefeated against California, Oregon, Oregon State, and UCLA. The tie came against Arizona.
At the conclusion of the 2008 football season the UCLA Bruins have one 514 games. Their overall record is 514-347-7.
Roll Tide !
The highest scoring college football game was Georgia Tech vs. Cumberland the final score was 222-0
In the Georgia Dome, the same place the Atlanta Falcons play. They usually play their home games on Friday night.
As of the 2008 season, Auburn's record in bowl games is 19-13-2.
As of September 2012, the Dallas Cowboys have a 43-31 record in Monday night games.
the Richmond tigers have the worst record of losing games
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Football, hockey i dont know doing this project for history! HELP
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