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The Georgia vs. Florida football rivalry ranks as one of the top rivalries in the SEC as their annual clash not only impacts the standings of the SEC East, but the national rankings as well.

Georgia vs. Florida - Bulldog Bragging Rights

Discover some of the bragging rights that the Georgia Bulldogs have enjoyed in this series that first kicked off in 1904. UGA holds a commanding lead in the series that has often been known as "The World's Largest Cocktail Party!"

UGA Bragging Rights in the Georgia vs. Florida Rivalry

- Georgia won the first meeting between the two schools by a 52-0 margin. The game was played on October 15, 1904, in Macon, Georgia.

- Florida doesn't count the 1904 game as the first one in the series. The University instead points to a November 6, 1915 game that was played in Jacksonville. Doesn't matter! UGA won that one too....with a 37-0 blanking.

- A dominating start from 1904 through 1927 saw the Bulldogs won the first seven games of the rivalry.

- Between 1931 and 1951, Georgia beat the Gators 17 out of 20 times. The two decade stomping included winning streaks of six and seven games.

- Biggest butt whipping by the Dawgs: Georgia chewed on a lot of Gators hide in the 1942 game that saw UGA squeeze by with a 75-0 win. Georgia stars Charley Trippi and 1942 Heisman Trophy winner, Frank Sinkwich combined to score seven TD's in the romp.

- By beating the No. 7th ranked Gators in 1966, Georgia denied Florida a share of the SEC football championship by upending the Steve Spurrier quarterbacked team 27-10. Although Spurrier won the Heisman that season, he threw three interceptions to UGA defenders.

- Georgia upended Florida's hopes of an SEC title again in 1975 when Vince Dooley's squad used a trick play to upset No. 7 ranked Florida 10-7.

- UGA denied yet another Florida push for their firs SEC football title in 1976 when the Bulldogs overcame a 27-13 halftime deficit to storm back to a 41-27 win.

- With Florida trying to take the air out of Georgia's run to the 1980 national championship, the Bulldogs trailed UF 21-20 late in the game. However thanks to a magical last-minute 75-yard TD catch and run by Lindsay Scott, Vince Dooley's squad prevailed and went on to win the National Championship.

- The 1985 contest featured a Florida Gators program that was ranked No. 1 for the first time in the program's history. Well...that didn't last long after a 24-3 Georgia win.

- With Head Coach Mark Richt pushing extra buttons to help Georgia break a six-game losing streak agains Florida, the Dawgs "Stomped" their way to an emotional 42-30 victory in 2007. Ricth ordered the team to do a staged celebration following the team's first score. Although the Dawgs were penalized, Georgia rode an emotional wave to victory!

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