Georgia produces its most talented team to date. End Herb Maffett and guard Ralph Maddox are named All-American, while guard Red Leathers and fullbacks Jack Roberts and "Catfish" Smith are named to the All-Southern team.
1933 | Schedule | Letterwinners
The Southeastern Conference is formed and Georgia is on its way to winning first conference title until the Bulldogs are upset by Auburn, 14-6. The Bulldogs closed the season with a 8-2-0 record, including a victory over Florida in the game that made Jacksonville the permanent site for this contest.
1935 | Schedule | Letterwinners
John Bond, co-captain, was considered Georgia's best quick- kicker of all time. During the game against N.C. State, Bond kicked nine times for an average of 44 yards. After the game, Wolfpack coach Ed Camp was quoted as saying that Bond "hung them on the moon".
1936 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Forrest "Spec"Towns wins the gold medal in the high hurdles at the Olympic Games in Berlin. He returned to Athens to cover punts for the Bulldogs.
1937 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Coach Mehre, in his last season at Georgia, led the Bulldogs to their eighth winning season during his ten year reign as head coach. His overall record was 59-34-6. Bill Hartman succeeds John Bond as kicker. While playing Tulane, Hartman kicked an 82 yard punt which stood as a Georgia record for many years.
1938 | Schedule | Letterwinners
Joel Hunt, former assistant coach at LSU, is named head coach. He was responsible for bringing Wallace Butts to Georgia as his assistant. Coach Hunt compiled a 5-4-1 record in his only season.