Georgia football: The 5 most epic home games since 2000

Sanford Stadium is illuminated in red (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
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After scoring a second quarter touchdown against the LSU Tigers, Georgia football quarterback Aaron Murray celebrates. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) /

3. Georgia football beat LSU 44-41 in 2013

If a Georgia football fan brings up that one LSU game — every true fan knows they mean the 2013 top-10 showdown when Georgia outlasted the Bayou Bengals 44-41.

Another time fans remember how loud Sanford Stadium can be when the 93,000 fans decide to make it intimidating.

After losing to Clemson by three points in Week 1 of the season, Georgia beat a top-10 ranked South Carolina team and then North Texas to get back on track. Then LSU came to town, and it was one of the most anticipated matchups, and the Dawgs found a way to win.

Aaron Murray had a fantastic day as he went 20-of-34 for 298 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception. Chris Conley was one of his favorite targets on the day as he saw five catches for 112 yards and one score.

However, the 25-yard touchdown pass to Justin Scott Wesley with 1:47 remaining allowed the Dawgs to come back and beat LSU. That pass will forever be one of Murray’s biggest moments wearing the Red and Black.

Before some of the more recent games, this 2013 LSU game was a moment some fans consider the loudest game in Sanford Stadium history. Some think it’s another game a few years before this showdown, but the fans came up big for the Dawgs and helped them get a massive victory.