Some History on UGA vs LSU

Dan Magill’s column from earlier this week in the Athens Banner-Herald offered some neat history on the UGA vs LSU series, which began in 1928 (or as the old timers say, “19 and 28″).

I’m hoping that today’s game will be Georgia victories, like our last two meetings (2004: UGA won 45-16 in Athens; 2005: UGA won 34-14 in the $EC Championship). But I think today will be a close one. I’m sure this might prompt some smack talkin’ from LSU-fan James H. at Opinionated Catholic, but I just had to do this quick post and say…GO DAWGS!

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2 Responses to Some History on UGA vs LSU

  1. jh says:

    UGGGH. We have not been happy campers since that loss. The natives are restless :(

  2. JH:

    I bet that game still smarts a bit! I was expecting maybe a 3-point difference, but happily accept the 14 points. And it’s also nice to see that Uga VII didn’t get eaten by Mike VI.

    Now we just need to make it two years in a row against the Gators…


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