'Dogs win SEC East; Win 10 for seventh time in last 11 years2011 Lettermen | 2011 Season Stats
Overall: 10-4; SEC: 7-1
Home: 5-1; Away: 4-0; Neutral: 1-3
Georgia won its fourth SEC East title in the last 10 years and also won ten games for the seventh time in the last ten seasons. Along the way, the 'Dogs defeated rivals Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech all in the same season for the first time since 1981.
Individually, Aaron Murray set the school record for season TD passes with 35; CB Brandon Boykin set the Georgia career returns record and was named winner of the 2011 Paul Hornung Award as the nation's most versatile player; and three Bulldogs received first team All-America recognition--LB Jarvis Jones, FS Bacarri Rambo, and C Ben Jones.
Georgia's Attendance Average Ranked Eighth Nationally
Georgia's average home football attendance of 92,612 ranked eighth best in the country for the 2011 season according to NCAA statistics. The eighth-place finish marks the 29th time in the last 30 years that Georgia has ranked among the nation's top eight teams in average home attendance.
2011 Team Captains
C Ben Jones (Team Capt.), OT Cordy Glenn (Off. Capt.), TE Orson Charles (Off. Capt.), LB Jarvis Jones (Def. Capt.), P Drew Butler (Spec. Teams Capt.)
SEC Players of the Week
TB Isaiah Crowell (SEC Frosh) vs. S.C.
TB Isaiah Crowell (SEC Frosh) vs. OM
TB Isaiah Crowell (SEC Frosh) vs. MSU
PK Blair Walsh (Spec. Tms) vs. Tenn.
DE Ray Drew (SEC Frosh) vs. Vandy
LB Jarvis Jones (Def) vs. Florida
OT Cordy Glenn (Off. Line) vs. Florida
C Ben Jones (Off. Line) vs. N.M. State
C Ben Jones (Off. Line) vs. Auburn
DE Abry Jones (Def.) vs. Kentucky
DE Garrison Smith (Def.) vs. Ga. Tech
2011 PLAYER HONORS
Freshman All-American: TB Isaiah Crowell
First Team All-SEC: TE Orson Charles (Coaches, AP), OT Cordy Glenn (Coaches, AP), LB Jarvis Jones (Coaches, AP), FS Bacarri Rambo (Coaches, AP)
Second Team All-SEC: C Ben Jones (Coaches, AP), QB Aaron Murray (Coaches, AP), CB Brandon Boykin (Coaches)
Coaches All-SEC Freshman Team: WR Malcolm Mitchell, TB Isaiah Crowell
First Team All-Ameican: OLB Jarvis Jones, FS Bacarri Rambo, TE Orson Charles, C Ben Jones
CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American: P Drew Butler
Michael Bennett, Greg Bingham, John Bodin, Brandon Bogotay, Taylor Bradberry, Chris Burnette, Drew Butler, Corey Campbell, Luis Capella, Orson Charles, Chris Conley, Matthew DeGenova, Scott Eichler, Michael Erdman, Reuben Faloughi, Ty Frix, Austin Herod, Ben Jones, Aaron Murray, Connor Norman, Alex Parsons, Ben Reynolds, Garrison Smith, Trinton Sturdivant, Wes Van Dyk, Kosta Vavlas, Jason Veal, Aron White, Hugh Williams.
Post Season Honors
2011 Senior Bowl: C Ben Jones, OT Cordy Glenn, P Drew Butler, CB Brandon Boykin
East-West All-Star Game: DE DeAngelo, FB Bruce Figgins, PK Blair Walsh
|Sept. 3||Boise State (ESPN)||L||21-35||73,614|
|Sept. 10||*SOUTH CAROLINA (ESPN)||L||42-45||92,746|
|Sept. 17||COASTAL CAROLINA (PPV)||W||59-0||91,946|
|Sept. 24||*at Ole Miss (SECN)||W||27-13||58,042|
|Oct. 1||*MISSISSIPPI STATE (FSNS)||W||24-10||92,746|
|Oct. 8||*at Tennessee (ESPN2)||W||20-12||102,455|
|Oct. 15||*at Vanderbilt (FSNS)||W||33-28||36,640|
|Oct. 29||* Florida (Jax, CBS)||W||24-20||84,524|
|Nov. 5||NEW MEXICO STATE (CSS)||W||63-16||92,746|
|Nov. 12||*AUBURN (CBS)||W||45-7||92,746|
|Nov. 19||*KENTUCKY (SECN)||W||19-10||92,746|
|Nov. 26||at Georgia Tech (ESPN)||W||31-17||54,925|
|Dec. 3||#LSU (CBS)||L||10-42||74,515|
|Dec. 31||##Michigan State (ABC)||L||30-33 (3OT)||49,429|
*SEC Game # SEC Championships Game ##Outback Bowl