One of the most storied programs in all of college football, the Georgia Bulldogs stand just outside the top 10 in all-time wins.
With two national championships and 12 SEC titles, the Georgia Bulldogs are one of the games' most storied programs.
Let's take a look at the greatest plays in Bulldog history...
In the waning seconds of the game, Kevin Butler lines up a 60 yard field goal to beat the heavily favored Clemson Tigers.
Butler would later go on to be inducted into both the NCAA and NFL Halls of Fame.
UGA was having its best season in two decades.
All they needed was a victory over Auburn to play for their first SEC title in 20 years.
4th and a mile, seconds ticking away in the 4th quarter.
Georgia needed a miracle.
Herschel Walker burst on to the college football scene with this incredible run against Tennessee in 1980.
In his three years in Athens, Walker led Georgia to a 33-3 record, three consecutive SEC titles and the 1980 National Championship.
Not to mention he took home the 1982 Heisman Trophy.
Trailing heavily favored Tennessee with only seconds left in the game, freshman quarterback David Greene led the Dawgs on a furious scoring drive to knock off the Vols.
This was the Dawgs' first major win under Mark Richt, who would lead UGA to three Sugar Bowl trips in the 2000s.
Their perfect record in jeopardy, Georgia was losing to the underdog Florida Gators, 21-20.
Facing a 3rd and long from their own eight yard line, with time running out, Buck Belue rolls to his right...
An improbable 27-21 win en route to the 1980 National Championship.