Georgia Bulldogs All-Time Cocktail Party Team


Which Georgia Bulldogs have been the standouts in the annual Cocktail Party against the Florida Gators?

When you think about the Georgia-Florida game (aka, the Cocktail Party), a lot of things probably spring to mind.

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  • There have been coaches immaturely trying to indicate that someone would choke, there have been mass end zone celebrations, blowouts on both sides of the ball, Hall of Fame players, eventual Heisman Trophy winners, and lots of red Solo cups strewn about the Jacksonville landscape.

    The game has seen streaks of wins for both sides, and currently Georgia holds a slim 50-40-2 lead over the Gators in the all-time series. The Bulldogs have won the last three meetings, keeping former Dawg and current Florida head coach Will Muschamp winless against his alma mater.

    Not the best record for a Dawg in the Cocktail Party.

    But in the 92 meetings between the two teams, there have also been some Bulldogs who either continued with outstanding seasons, or just stepped it up for the sake of this rivalry.

    So why not put together an All-Time Cocktail Party team for the Dawgs? As the games were researched, some of the names that jumped out were quite interesting.

    Here are our picks for the best ever Bulldogs to play in the Cocktail Party:

    Offensive Line: Matt Stinchcomb (T), Max Jean-Gilles (G), Ben Jones (C), Pat Dye (G), Jon Stinchcomb (T)

    Fullback: Bill Hartman

    Quarterback: David Green (2004 – 15/23, 255 yds, 3 TD, 201.4 QB rtg)

    Oct 27, 2012; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Jarvis Jones (29) and linebacker Christian Robinson (45) force a Florida Gators quarterback Jeff Driskel (6) fumble in the first half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

    Running Back: Herschel Walker (1980 – 37 carries/238 yds, 1 TD)

    Wide Receiver: Lindsay Scott (If you have to ask why, you aren’t a true Dawg)

    Tight End: Leonard Pope (2004 – 3 rec./90 yds, 2 TD)

    Defensive Line: David Pollack (DE), Richard Seymour (DT), Richard Tardits (DE)

    Linebackers: Knox Culpepper, Nate Taylor, Brandon Tolbert, Jarvis Jones

    Defensive Backs: Champ Bailey, Scott Woerner, Terry Hoage, Thomas Davis

    Kicker: Kevin Butler

    Punter: Drew Butler