The Bulldogs finished with a 5-4-1 record but had wins over Auburn, Georgia Tech, and Miami.
1941 | Schedule | Letterwinners
The Orange Bowl extends Georgia its first bowl invitation. The Bulldogs defeated Texas Christian University, 40-26, and set several bowl records. Frank Sinkwich is named All-America for his outstanding season at the halfback position. He had 52 completions for 713 yards and 11 touchdowns.
1942 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia wins its first SEC Championship. The team finished the regular season with an 11-1-0 record, losing only to Auburn. Frank Sinkwich has yet another incredible season and wins the coveted Heisman Trophy. Georgia defeats UCLA in the Rose Bowl and a young Charley Trippi wins the Helms Award as the outstanding player of the game.
1943 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Beloved Mike Castronis, who as a player began a forty-year association with the Bulldogs, was named captain of the 6-4 Georgia team.
1944 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Most of Georgia's regular players are off fighting in World War II. The remaining Bulldog freshmen manage to complete the season with a 7-3-0 record in spite of their inexperience.
1945 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Season ending shutouts over Florida (34-0), Auburn (35-0), and Georgia Tech (33-0) and a victory over Tulsa in the Oil Bowl were a measure of what was to come in '46.
1946 | Schedule | Letterwinners
A perfect 11-0 season including a 20-10 victory over North Carolina in the Sugar Bowl put Georgia in the national spotlight with its second SEC title. Charley Trippi was runnerup for the Heisman Trophy and won the Maxwell Award as the nation's top player.
1947 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia ended the season with a 20-20 Gator Bowl tie against Maryland and a 7-4-1 final record. It was the third of four consecutive bowl games for Wally Butts' Bulldogs.
1948 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia was back on top of the SEC with a 9-2 record and berth in the Orange Bowl at Miami. QB John Rauch led the Bulldogs with his passing.
1949 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Georgia's first losing season since 1939 but the Bulldogs did have some outstanding individuals including future NFL players Marion Campbell and Bobby Walston.