What was the Georgia Bulldogs record in 2005?

What was the Georgia Bulldogs record in 2005?

The 2005 Georgia Bulldogs football team completed the season with a 10–3 record. Winning 10 games for the fourth year in a row, Georgia tied its own record for consecutive 10 win seasons.

Who are the University of Georgia football players?

Rankings Stats Media 2021 Roster NO NAME POS HT WT CLASS HOMETOWN #0 Darnell Washington TE 6′-7″ 260 FR Las Vegas, NV #1 George Pickens WR 6′-3″ 200 SO Hoover, AL #2 D’Wan Mathis QB 6′-6″ 205 FR Oak Park, MI #3 Zamir White RB 6′-0″ 215 SO Laurinburg, NC #4 James Cook RB 5′-11″ 190 JR Miami]

Who was the Georgia Bulldogs football coach in 1982?

Conference championships Year Conference Coach Overall record Conference record 1982 Vince Dooley 11–1 6–0 2002 SEC Mark Richt 13–1 7–1 2005 Mark Richt 10–3 6–2 2017 SEC Kirby Smart 13–2 7–1

What kind of college does the Georgia Bulldogs play in?

The Bulldogs compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Where do Georgia high school football statistics come from?

The GHSFHA “State Records Project” is an attempt to research and publish reported state records in Georgia high school football. Because official statistics are not required or maintained by any state organization, the records that we display here come from individual schools and from media reports, primarily newspapers.

Who is the Georgia State football record holder?

Cleburne County (Heflin) (AL) (1924) Note: Every starter scored at least one TD 110 – Tift County Industrial v. Eureka (1955) 110 – Ralph Bunche v. Tattnall County Industrial (1958) 106 – Waycross v. Hazlehurst (1935)

What’s the history of the Georgia Bulldogs football team?

Georgia Bulldogs School History. Seasons: 117 (1902 to 2020) Record (W-L-T): 813-404-50 Conferences: SEC, Southern, Ind. Conf. Championships: 13. Bowl Record: 57 Bowls, 33-21-3, .605 W-L% (Major Bowls) Ranked in AP Poll: 39 Times (Preseason), 39 Times (Final), 614 Weeks (Total) Stadium: Sanford Stadium (cap. 92,746) Location: Athens, Georgia