1900 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Princeton grad E.E. Jones becomes head coach. His record was 2-4-0.

1901 | Schedule | Letterwinners
The long standing tradition of ringing the Chapel bell to proclaim victory begins with a scoreless tie over Auburn.

1902 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Coach Billy Reynolds leads Georgia to a winning season. His record for the 1901 and 1902 seasons was 5-7-3, including a victory over Auburn in the 1902 season finale.

1903 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia names former player M.M. Dickinson as head coach. His greatest victory was a 38-0 win over Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

1904 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia's rivalry with Florida begins with a 52-0 romp over the Gators in Macon.

1905 | Schedule | Letterwinners
M.M. Dickenson returns to Georgia for one more year after being absent in 1904. He compiled a 4-9-0 record for the 1903 and 1905 seasons.

1906 | Schedule | Letterwinners
The forward pass is legalized and W.S. "Bull" Whitney is named head coach. The Syracuse graduate tries to take advantage of the new play but to no avail as his Bulldogs finished at 2-4-1.

1907 | Schedule
| Letterwinners
Whitney lead the team to its first victory over Clemson since 1899.

1908 | Schedule
| Letterwinners
Branch Bocock is hired to replace Whitney. He led Georgia to its first five game winning season since 1894. His record was 5-2-1.

1909 | Schedule
| Letterwinners
Brown University grad James Coulter is hired as head coach. His record was 1-4-2.

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