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The Greatest Moments in Georgia Bulldog History

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#4. First Game In Sanford Stadium, 1929

Yale travelled to Athens to help Georgia christen new Sanford Stadium, and with a crowd of more than 30,000 watching; the Bulldogs struck a huge blow for Southern football with a 15-0 triumph.

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#3. The 1978 Georgia Tech Rally

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Georgia fell into a 20-0 hole against Georgia Tech before rallying to take a 21-20 lead. But the Ramblin’ Wreck jumped back in front, 28-21, when Drew Hill took a kickoff 101 yards, and Tech converted a two-point try. Buck Belue then engineered an 84-yard TD drive that culminated with a 43-yard scoring pass to Amp Arnold. Arnold’s sweep on the conversion gave Georgia a wild, 29-28 win.

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#1. Lindsay Scott Runs Past Florida

With only 1:05 remaining, and Georgia’s undefeated season in jeopardy, the Bulldogs took possession on their own seven-yard line, down 21-20, to Florida in the teams’ annual rivalry clash. QB Buck Belue was trapped at the line of scrimmage on first down and threw incomplete on second. Desperate for yardage, he threw a short crossing route to Lindsay Scott, who caught the ball, spun 180 degrees and took off up the left sideline. He outran the Florida defense as legendary Georgia radio announcer Larry Munson yelled, “Run, Lindsay! 25, 20, 15, 10! Lindsay Scott! Lindsay Scott! Lindsay Scott!” Georgia won, 26-21, and was ranked number one the following Monday.

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