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Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction See all. The Secret by Preiss et al. Blue Book of Gun Values 40 40th Edition Save on Nonfiction Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. Butts' last few seasons had been somewhat pedestrian apart from an SEC title-winning season in , despite the presence of future Pro Football Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton. Things did not get any better under Griffith and he was only able to compile a 10—16—4 record during his three-year term as head coach.
While there were few successes during this time as head coach, he did have two big victories, a 30—21 upset win over Auburn in and a 31—14 win over heavily favored Miami in He resigned in December after going 10—16—2, including a combined 1—8 against Georgia Tech, Florida, and Auburn.
Vince Dooley , an assistant at Auburn, took over for the season. He held the head coach position longer than any other Bulldogs coach, leading the Bulldogs from — Dooley's team finished first in at least one national poll, giving Georgia a claim to the national championship in that year. He compiled a —77—10 record.
His bowl record was 8—10—2. Dooley's offenses were known primarily for running the football. The board of regents of the University System of Georgia issued a report in April implicating Dr. Fred C. Davison and the Georgia athletic department, headed by Dooley, who was also the football coach, in a pattern of academic abuse in the admission and advancement of student-athletes over the previous four years.
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Ray Goff was promoted from assistant coach and took over as head coach in He coached the Bulldogs until , posting a 46—34—1 record. Goff's tenure got off to a slow start, with just ten wins in his first two seasons, before reeling off nine wins in and ten in ; the latter campaign finished with Georgia ranked eighth by the Coaches Poll.
Over the next three years, Goff's Bulldogs never again posted as many as seven wins. His teams were 0—5 against Tennessee , 1—6 against Florida , 2—4—1 against Auburn , 5—2 against Georgia Tech and won no conference titles.
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During his time at Georgia, Goff was often derisively referred to as Ray " Goof ", a nickname given to him by disgruntled fans, and even rival coaches. There was one incident in which an aircraft flew over Sanford Stadium during the Georgia Tech game towing a banner reading "'Fire Ray Goof'". This nickname was resurrected after Goff's teams began to fall below expectations again. Goff had a 2—2 bowl record.
They were the first and, to date, only team to do so inside Sanford Stadium. He was fired at the end of that injury-plagued season, despite the Bulldogs being invited to the Peach Bowl. Jim Donnan left Marshall and took over as head coach of the Bulldogs in and coached the team until , posting a 40—19 record. He was the first head football coach in UGA history to lead teams to four consecutive bowl victories.
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Before the game against Mississippi State , Donnan drove a steamroller into practice and told his players they "were either going to be the steamroller or the pavement"; Georgia won the game, 47—0. Donnan was fired by University President Michael F. Adams , against the wishes of athletic director Vince Dooley , in after the Bulldogs posted two consecutive eight-win seasons and three consecutive losses against Georgia Tech.
Before the season, Georgia, led by a preseason Heisman Trophy candidate Quincy Carter , was predicted by some prognosticators to contend for the national championship. However, an early disappointing loss to rival South Carolina and later losses to rivals Florida, Auburn, along with the loss to Tech frustrated many in the fan base. Donnan's inability to return the program to the national prominence of Dooley's era, compete with longtime SEC Eastern Division rivals and off-the-field problems for players, are believed to be the reasons for his dismissal.
Donnan was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in Including bowl games, Richt's record, as of January 14, , was —45 for a. Despite his success, some supporters began to question whether the well-liked Richt could take the program to a higher level. Although some rivals had better facilities and larger recruiting budgets during most of his time in Athens,  many supporters felt that given its in-state talent, Georgia should be a contender for the national championship on a regular basis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.