Georgia Greatest Plays Coasters
2006 Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate vs. Georgia Tech - 64yd drive
2002 SEC Regular Season vs. Auburn - SEC East Title Game
1981 National Championship vs. Notre Dame - Herschel Walker MVP
1980 Regular Season vs. Florida - Run Lindsay!
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2006 Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate
Georgia vs. 15 Georgia Tech
15 - 12
November 25, 2006
Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
Georgia was the underdog versus Georgia Tech but they were playing at home and they refused to give up even though Georgia Tech had scored to take the lead with 8:50 remaining and Georgia was now down 5. A good return gave Georgia the ball at their 36 yard line and they drove the remaining 64 yards in the next 7 minutes, scoring on a 3 yard pass from Matthew Stafford to Mohamed Massaquoi.
2002 SEC Regular Season
SEC East Title Game
7 Georgia vs. 24 Auburn
24 - 21
November 16, 2002
Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, AL
Georgia was trailing Auburn in the SEC East Title game by 4 points with under 2 minutes to play. They were in the red zone but were facing 4th and 15 and a field goal did them no good. So with 1:25 left David Greene stepped up and found Michael Johnson with a 19 yard touchdown pass that gave Georgia the lead and enough to win the game.
1981 National Championship
Herschel Walker MVP
1 Georgia vs. 7 Notre Dame
17 - 10
January 1, 1981
Sugar Bowl, Lousiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Capping off a perfect 1980 season, Georgia soundly beat Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl to win their second national championship. Herschel scored both touchdowns and was named MVP of the game.
1980 Regular Season
2 Georgia vs. 20 Florida
26 - 21
November 8, 1980
Gator Bowl Stadium, Jacksonville, FL
In perhaps the most memorable play in Georgia history. #2 Georgia was losing to Florida late in the 4th quarter and searching for a big play when Buck Belue tossed it to Lindsay Scott who ran 93 yards for the touchdown. "Run Lindsay!"