1. Georgia football is 10-0 for the first time since 1982
Georgia football has done something it hasn’t accomplished in 40 years, so it may take some time to sink in and accept.
The Dawgs are 10-0 for the first time since 1982, and while that seems farfetched — it’s true, so this victory over Tennessee was historical. They also went 8-0 for the first time in conference play since the SEC split into divisions in 1992.
Georgia started the 1980 and 1942 seasons 10-0 as well, and we all know how those years finished, so this feat is an important one for the Dawgs.
There have been a few humps Georgia has had to get over this year, including being No.1 this late in the season and remaining undefeated, so it feels good to be a Dawg fan right now.
Since head coach Kirby Smart took the job, he has led this team to some incredible moments, and right now, they are on a journey that could top all the previous memories. He has gone 27-2 against the SEC East since 2017, and this year marks the third time Georgia has gone 6-0 over SEC East opponents.
It’s time to celebrate Georgia fans, at least until Monday, when the Charleston Southern week begins because, as history, shows us when the Dawgs achieve this, more often than not, they go all the way and win.
Georgia has the best team in college football. Even when they got punched early in the game against Tennessee, they took a deep breath, kept pushing, and eventually ran away with another blowout win. Enjoy this feeling, Dawg fans, because it’s only going to get better as the regular-season closes and the real football begins.
Georgia football has two games remaining in the regular season as the Dawgs eye a perfect 12-0 record before the offseason begins. The Dawgs handled themselves again on Saturday and produced a quality victory over a scrappy Tennessee team. Now that the Dawgs made history, it’s time to buckle down and focus because the goal is within reach.