Augusta’s Morning News with John Patrick & Mary Liz Nolan

Augusta’s Morning News with John Patrick & Mary Liz Nolan

Augusta’s Morning News with John Patrick & Mary Liz Nolan

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 29: Head coach Kirby Smart of the Georgia Bulldogs looks on during the first half of a game against the Florida Gators at TIAA Bank Field on October 29, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)

Georgia’s win over Florida on Saturday sets up the SEC matchup that we knew was going to be the most talked about this season. At least since October 15 when the folks in Rocky Top knew they had something special.

Enter, the Tennessee Volunteers. Josh Heupel’s team comes into Sanford Stadium ranked No.2 with Ohio State in the latest AP Top 25 Poll.

Here are some UGA-UT Game Facts:

1. The first game was played between the two teams on Nov. 11, 1899.

2. Georgia has defeated Tennessee in five consecutive meetings and the Bulldogs currently lead the overall series 26-23-2

3.  Tennessee and Georgia are the second and third-winningest football programs in SEC history, behind Alabama.

According to, Georgia is favored by 9 in the game that will likely decide who will win the SEC East. There will lots of hype leading up to the game. SEC Nation will be there. ESPN College GameDay too.

WGAC’s Coverage begins at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. on 95.1 FM/AM580. You can also listen on the FREE WGAC App.

Coach Smart talked about expectations and growth after the win. “We have to keep getting better, like, we’re not there,” Smart said from the bowels of TIAA Bank Stadium after Georgia ran its record to 8-0, according to

Check out some of the pictures from Saturday’s win below. 

Georgia’s Win Over Florida

Remembering Coach Dooley And The Georgia Way

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