One of the most storied programs in college football history, the University of Georgia has its fair share of heated rivalries.
Whether they have SEC title implications or are merely for bragging rights, the Dawgs suit up against some of the best teams every year.
Let's look at Georgia's top four football rivals.
Though the teams have only met 37 times, the rivalry is heated nonetheless.
SEC East rivals, Georgia and Tennessee play each year and use this game as a barometer for midseason success.
In addition, Georgia has quite the history in their series with Tennessee.
From the Herschel Walker's breakout freshman game in 1980 to the "Hobnail Boot," the two sides have no love lost.
The Deep South's oldest rivalry.
Auburn is the only team from the SEC West that the Dawgs play every year, and the two teams have met 114 times dating back to 1888.
Whether being played in Athens or on the Plains, both fanbases show up in droves to this annual affair.
Clean, old-fashioned hate.
That describes this series well.
Statewide bragging rights are up for grabs in this annual matchup, and fans of the winning team never fail to show them off.
The two sides have met 105 times overall, and Georgia has a strong lead in the series 61-39-5.
The Dawgs have won nine of the last 10 against the Yellow Jackets.
The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party is always circled on a Dawg fan's calendar.
Though recent decades have been unkind to Georgia, they still maintain a 47-40-2 record against the Gators.
From "Appleby to Washington" to Lindsay Scott, to the Dawgs storming the field in 2007, this game is always heated and always a top destination for fans.