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There is no question that Vince Dooley is the greatest coach in the history of University of Georgia football.
With the longest tenure, the most wins, a national championship and a Heisman Trophy winner in Herschel Walker, Coach Dooley's career is the high-water mark for Georgia football fans.
It would take an entire day to sing all of Dooley's praises so let the numbers speak for themselves.
Stats at Georgia
25 Seasons, 201-77-10 Overall, 104-42-4 SEC, 8-10-2 in Bowls
National Championship: 1980
SEC Championships: 1966, 1968, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982
Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year: 1976
AFCA Coach of the Year: 1980
Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year: 1980
Sporting News CF Coach of the Year: 1980
Walter Camp Coach of the Year: 1980
SEC Coach of the Year: 1966, 1968, 1976, 1978, 1980
Amos Alonzo Stagg Award: 2001
Carl Maddox Sports Management Award: 2004
University of Georgia Hall of Fame: 1978
College Football Hall of Fame: 1994
UGA Circle of Honor: 2004
Homer Rice Award: 2007
Bear Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award: 2010