UGA VAULT delivers hundreds of game clips including the greatest plays and the most renowned and legendary players and coaches in Georgia Bulldog history
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One of the greatest plays in Georgia Football history. “Appleby to Washington 80-yards,” as announced by the legendary play-by-play man Larry Munson. Watch as Georgia runs the trickiest of trick plays leading the Dawgs to a 10-7 victory over the 11th ranked Gators. Gene Washington represented the USA in the 1976 Montreal Olympics.
On the doorstep of becoming the #1 ranked team in the nation, the Bulldogs were facing a 6-1 / 20th ranked Florida team. Trailing 21-20 with 1:35 left in the the Georgia offense called “Left 76” – a play designed to merely pick up a 1st down instead turns into a 93-yard Buck Belue to Lindsay Scott touchdown pass and the greatest single play in the history of Georgia Bulldogs Football. The play completed a 26-21 victory for the Bulldogs and by day’s end they were ranked the #1 team in the country
Georgia jumps on Florida early and get their 3rd victory in 3-years vs the Gators. Incredible highlights featuring Bulldog legends Aaron Murray and Todd Gurley. #3, Todd Gurley ran 17 times for 100 yards and one TD while adding 87 receiving yards including another TD.
A 31-24 classic the Dawgs get their beloved Coach his first win over the Gators moving their record to 8-1 on the season. Senior QB, David Greene completes 15-of-23 passes for 255 yards and 3 Touchdowns. Record breaking day for Defensive End David Pollack and QB David Greene. See post game speech from Coach Richt.
Coach Vince Dooley celebrates with the Dawgs in the locker room after a hard fought win over South Carolina. The game ball is given to DC Erk Russell who gives a great speech.
UGA Vault historian, Mark Maxwell discusses his book about the legend, Harry Mehre with Paul Finebaum.
You can pick up Mark's book at www.ugaredzone.com