SEC review: Georgia football last four years

Our next installment of SEC football review looks at Georgia’s game-by-game results over the last four years.

Mark Richt’s team slipped to a 6-7 record in 2010, although the Bulldogs rallied after a 1-4 start. Georgia sneaked into the Liberty Bowl with a 6-6 record, then lost 10-6 to Central Florida.

The Bulldogs rallied in 2011, going 7-1 in conference play to win the SEC East. LSU routed the Dogs, 42-10, in the SEC title game. Georgia returned to the title game in 2012, going 7-1 in SEC play before losing a heartbreaker to Alabama, 32-28.

Last season, Georgia was up and down, starting 4-1 before a rash of injuries took their toll. A 41-26 home loss to Missouri was followed by a 31-27 road loss to Vanderbilt. Richt righted the ship, and Georgia had Auburn beaten until a tipped ball that should have been knocked down by the Bulldogs secondary ended up as a Tigers touchdown and a 43-38 Auburn win.


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