The Georgia Bulldogs are back-to-back National Champions. The dynasty talks have risen and Kirby Smart has been rewarded handsomely with a contract extension.

Winners of every game to date in 2023 and every game in 2022, the question has been raised: When was the last time Georgia lost a football game?

When was the Last Time Georgia Lost a Game?

To understand greatness at the college football level, one must understand weakness. It’s clear that Smart has learned from his previous mistakes at the helm of the Dawgs, and they’ve made amends at every turn. As such, losses haven’t come very frequently in Smart’s tenure in Athens.

They’re sharp on the recruiting trail, quick to adjust midgame and run an all-around professional-type program.

The last time Georgia lost a football game was in 2021, when they lost to the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game. Famously, though, the Bulldogs still made the College Football Playoff as the No. 3 seed, easily dispatching No. 2 Michigan, and exacted their revenge on the Crimson Tide by winning the National Championship.

When was the Last Time Georgia Lost a Regular Season Game?

Georgia’s last loss came in ‘postseason play’ by way of the SEC Championship Game. To find their last regular season loss, you have to go back even further.

Among their rivals, one could argue that no opponent means more than the Florida Gators. Historically, these teams dominate their rivalry series for decades but will randomly disrupt postseason plans for one another.

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That was no different in 2020 when the Gators did just that.

The last time Georgia lost a regular season game was in 2020 when then-No. 8 ranked Florida knocked off the Bulldogs, 44-28, in Jacksonville during their annual Georgia-Florida Rivalry Game.

When was the Last Time Georgia Lost a Game at Home?

With their last regular season loss coming at the hands of rival Florida, that was a game away from home, at a neutral site. To find the last time Georgia lost a game at Sanford Stadium, you have to keep turning the page back a year.

The last time Georgia lost a game at home was in 2019 when unranked South Carolina knocked off a Jake Fromm-led Georgia team in double overtime, 20-17.

Georgia’s previous home loss had come back in 2016 when they lost a shocker to Vanderbilt.

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