Georgia football released the perfect hype video for the greatest rivalry game ever.
This year marks the 100th edition of the Georgia-Florida game, as the Dawgs lead the overall series 53-44-2.
Each week this crew tests themselves to produce something better, and so far they continue to do so.
Thursday evening, the video crew unleashed a monster of a hype video narrated by Malcolm Mitchell about what this rivalry means and just how many incredible moments there have been.
The message is that this is the moment Georgia can become legendary, to finally squash the assumptions of being a team that chokes under pressure. That time is now, and the video is sure to make you want to run through a brick wall.
This video is the best one of the season, and the race isn’t close.
There isn’t a better Bulldog than Mitchell to narrate this masterpiece. All the videos that come out of that department are incredible, but there is something about the “remember when” repeatedly that gets fans more excited.
Every time he says, “remember when I made that catch,” it elevates the heart rate. At this point in the video, whatever else he says is pure emotion coming out of each Georgia fan who has had their heart broken in Jacksonville.
Then again, that is what this rivalry is all about, right — being so different and unique that just reminding someone of a small memory excites them so much their body gets covered in goosebumps? Meeting on the St. John’s river, splitting that stadium down the middle, and watching two teams duke it out for bragging rights.
One hundred years of this rivalry and 88 of them have been in Jacksonville — that is special.
Even the games that broke our hearts, this rivalry is a different animal, one that these two universities must protect at all cost.
We’ve watched this video upward of 20 times, and each time it gets us.
There are countless memories of incredible moments, even with only eight wins since the turn of the century. From Mitchell’s catch, the massive celebration 14 years ago, to Sony Michel running away with it and Lawrence Cager making incredible catches — there is no denying this is the greatest rivalry of all time.