The greatest teams in the history of Georgia football

Given Georgia’s history of excellence in college football dating back to 1892, it was not an easy task to assemble a list of the ten greatest teams in program history.

 But after winning back-to-back national titles, it got me thinking:

 Where do the 2021 and 2022 Georgia Bulldogs stack up amongst some of the other legendary seasons in program history?

The ten greatest teams in the history of Georgia football:

10. 1966: 10-1, (5-0) Georgia finished as the SEC co-champion alongside Alabama in 1966. It was Vince Dooley’s third year as head coach of the Bulldogs,

and UGA had wins over seventh-ranked Florida and fifth-ranked Georgia Tech in the regular season and a win over tenth-ranked SMU in the Cotton Bowl.

9. 1946: 11-0, (5-0) In 1946, Charley Trippi led Georgia to its first undefeated season and a 20-10 victory over North Carolina in the Sugar Bowl. 

Georgia was the only undefeated team in the nation that year, but finished ranked third behind Army and Notre Dame.

8. 2012: 12-2, (7-1), Orange Bowl Champions This one still hurts to this day. This team had some serious firepower on both sides of the ball.

7. 1982: 11-1, (6-0), SEC Champions If it were not for a 27-23 loss to Penn State in the Sugar Bowl, the 1982 Georgia Bulldogs would be remembered as one of the top-four greatest teams in the history of the program. 

6. 2002: 13-1, (7-1), SEC Champions Mark Richt’s long career as head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs yielded plenty of historic teams, including 2007 and 2012. 

5. 2017: 13-2, (7-1), SEC Champions This one hurts just to think about. In Kirby Smart’s second year as head coach of the Georgia football program, he guided the Bulldogs to an 11-1 regular season record. 

4. 1942: 11-1, (6-1), SEC Champions, National Champions Head coach Wally Butts’ first two seasons at Georgia did not yield much success, going a combined 10-10-1.

3. 1980: 12-0, (6-0), SEC Champions, National Champions Until 2021, this was Georgia football’s most recent national championship.

2. 2022: 15-0, (8-0), SEC Champions, National Champions Kirby smart somehow had his team believing that the media thought the Dawgs were not going to be contenders in 2022

1. 2021: 14-1, (8-0), National Champions This Georgia team is one of the greatest college football teams of all-time. Defensively, it’s the greatest. During the regular season, 


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