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The University of Georgia (UGA) has a great football history that began 120 years ago in 1892. Overall, the Bulldogs have played 1201 football games and have compiled an overall record of 747-400-54 (as of 04/15/2012).
The Bulldogs won the National Championship in 1980 after going 12-0 with a victory over Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl. Georgia has also won 14 Conference Championships, including the 2005 SEC Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
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The University of Georgia began playing basketball during the 1905-1906 season. Since that time, the Basketball Dawgs have played 2444 games and have compiled an overall record of 1261-1183 (as of 04/15/2012).
Georgia has yet to win a National Championship in basketball. The Bulldogs made it to the Final Four in 1983 but lost to eventual champion N.C. State. The Dawgs have won two Conference Championships, the last one in 1989-90. In 2008, the Bulldogs won the SEC Tournament Championship.
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