1910 | Schedule | Letterwinners
W.A. Cunningham succeeds Coulter as head coach. Cunningham brought the first sustained stability to the program. During his eight year tenure, he led Georgia to seven winning seasons. His overall record was 43-18-9.


1911 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia football finds a new home at Sanford Field (near where Sanford Stadium now sits) named in honor of Vincent Sanford, Georgia's Physical Director and longtime supporter of Georgia Athletics.


1912 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Under Cunningham's leadership, Georgia plays Auburn for the first time, beating the Plainsmen, 12-6.


1913- | Schedule | Letterwinners
Halfback sensation Bob McWhorter becomes Georgia's first All-American as he leads the Bulldogs to a 6-2 record.


1914 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Team Captain and Quarterback Dave Paddock becomes Georgia's second All-American in two years.


1915 | Schedule | Letterwinners
In the first game between Georgia and Florida in Jacksonville, the Bulldogs win, 37-0.


1916 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia finishes the season at 6-3, including a victory over Florida in Athens and Alabama in Birmingham.


1917 | No games played due to World War I. | Letterwinners


1918 | No games played due to World War I.
| Letterwinners


1919 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Coach Cunningham closes out his coaching career at Georgia with a 4-2-3 record, his seventh winning season, to pursue a professional career in the army.

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