Georgia Football: UGA narrates Georgia game trailer for game 10

Georgia Football released a hype trailer for this week’s game against Ole Miss.

The Georgia social media team released a trailer for the game. This week’s game is the final game inside Sanford Stadium for the regular season.  The trailer title is “The Stories I Could Tell.” This time, UGA narrates the trailer. It also talks about the seniors and the best teams that graced the field at the University of Georgia. The senior class could be the winningest class ever at Georgia and is already one of the best, if not the best! Georgia looks to continue its winning way against the Rebels this Saturday.

Georgia and Ole Miss began playing football in 1940- relatively recent in both schools’ football histories, which I found interesting. The first match-up was held in Athens, and the Dawgs lost 28-14. Though the Rebels won the first game, the Dawgs have owned this series. Georgia’s first win against the Rebels took place in 1942 in Memphis. Georgia won that game 48-13.

Georgia and Ole Miss played infrequently after the 1942 season. They both played against each other in 1955 and 1966. 1966, however, is the start of both schools playing on an annual basis. From 1966 to 2002, Georgia and Ole Miss played each other every year, which shocked me. Looking back at games played in history, I just ignored that Georgia played Ole Miss every year. During that span, Ole Miss only won 10 times against the Dawgs, as Georgia won 25 times against the Rebels.

The Dawgs have 32 wins in the series and have only lost 12 times to the Rebels. The series also had a tie in 1941- two months before Pearl Harbor. So, does it count? The game has been played in Oxford and Athens, but it has also been played in Jackson, Mississippi, Memphis, Tennessee, and Atlanta, Georgia.


This year’s game will be played Between the Hedges inside Sanford Stadium. It will be the first time Ole Miss has come to Athens since 2012. Thanks to the SEC rotation, it took 11 years for Ole Miss to return to Athens. Thanks guys! Georgia has yet to make a trip to College Station to play Texas A&M, and it does not look like they have for some time.

Georgia and Ole Miss will meet for the 46th time. This game has the makings of being one of the more significant times these two have faced off. I hope it’s not memorable and that the Dawgs roll. But given what the bookmakers think, it will be a close one.