Georgia-Florida Series History

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Georgia-Florida Series History

Georgia leads 49-40-2 (Florida counts it 48-40-2 and discounts the 1904 game)


2012***Jacksonville***Georgia 17, Florida 9

2011***Jacksonville***Georgia 24, Florida 20

2010***Jacksonville***Florida 34, Georgia 31

2009***Jacksonville***Florida 41, Georgia 17

2008***Jacksonville***Florida 49, Georgia 10

2007***Jacksonville***Georgia 42, Florida 30

2006***Jacksonville***Florida 21, Georgia 14

2005***Jacksonville***Florida 14, Georgia 10

2004***Jacksonville***Georgia 31, Florida 24

2003***Jacksonville***Florida 16, Georgia 13

2002***Jacksonville***Florida 20, Georgia 13

2001***Jacksonville***Florida 24, Georgia 10

2000***Jacksonville***Florida 34, Georgia 23

1999***Jacksonville***Florida 30, Georgia 14

1998***Jacksonville***Florida 38, Georgia 7

1997***Jacksonville***Georgia 37, Florida 17

1996***Jacksonville***Florida 47, Georgia 7

1995***Athens, Ga.***Florida 52, Georgia 17

1994***Gainesville***Florida 52, Georgia 14

1993***Jacksonville***Florida 33, Georgia 26

1992***Jacksonville***Florida 26, Georgia 24

1991***Jacksonville***Florida 45, Georgia 13

1990***Jacksonville***Florida 38, Georgia 7

1989***Jacksonville***Georgia 17, Florida 10

1988***Jacksonville***Georgia 26, Florida 3

1987***Jacksonville***Georgia 23, Florida 10

1986***Jacksonville***Florida 31, Georgia 19

1985***Jacksonville***Georgia 24, Florida 3

1984***Jacksonville***Florida 27, Georgia 0

1983***Jacksonville***Georgia 10, Florida 9

1982***Jacksonville***Georgia 44, Florida 0

1981***Jacksonville***Georgia 26, Florida 21

1980***Jacksonville***Georgia 26, Florida 21

1979***Jacksonville***Georgia 33, Florida 10

1978***Jacksonville***Georgia 24, Florida 22

1977***Jacksonville***Florida 22, Georgia 17

1976***Jacksonville***Georgia 41, Florida 27

1975***Jacksonville***Georgia 10, Florida 7

1974***Jacksonville***Georgia 17, Florida 16

1973***Jacksonville***Florida 11, Georgia 10

1972***Jacksonville***Georgia 10, Florida 7

1971***Jacksonville***Georgia 49, Florida 7

1970***Jacksonville***Florida 24, Georgia 17

1969***Jacksonville***Tie, 13-13

1968***Jacksonville***Georgia 51, Florida 0

1967***Jacksonville***Florida 17, Georgia 16

1966***Jacksonville***Georgia 27, Florida 10

1965***Jacksonville***Florida 14, Georgia 10

1964***Jacksonville***Georgia 14, Florida 7

1963***Jacksonville***Florida 21, Georgia 14

1962***Jacksonville***Florida 23, Georgia 15

1961***Jacksonville***Florida 21, Georgia 14

1960***Jacksonville***Florida 22, Georgia 14

1959***Jacksonville***Georgia 21, Florida 10

1958***Jacksonville***Florida 7, Georgia 6

1957***Jacksonville***Florida 22, Georgia 0

1956***Jacksonville***Florida 28, Georgia 0

1955***Jacksonville***Florida 19, Georgia 13

1954***Jacksonville***Georgia 14, Florida 13

1953***Jacksonville***Florida 21, Georgia 7

1952***Jacksonville***Florida 30, Georgia 0

1951***Jacksonville***Georgia 7, Florida 6

1950***Jacksonville***Georgia 6, Florida 0

1949***Jacksonville***Florida 28, Georgia 7

1948***Jacksonville***Georgia 20, Florida 12

1947***Jacksonville***Georgia 34, Florida 6

1946***Jacksonville***Georgia 33, Florida 14

1945***Jacksonville***Georgia 34, Florida 0

1944***Jacksonville***Georgia 38, Florida 12

1943***No game

1942***Jacksonville***Georgia 75, Florida 0

1941***Jacksonville***Georgia 19, Florida 3

1940***Jacksonville***Florida 18, Georgia 13

1939***Jacksonville***Georgia 6, Florida 2

1938***Jacksonville***Georgia 19, Florida 6

1937***Jacksonville***Florida 6, Georgia 0

1936***Jacksonville***Georgia 26, Florida 8

1935***Jacksonville***Georgia 7, Florida 0

1934***Jacksonville***Georgia 14, Florida 0

1933***Jacksonville***Georgia 14, Florida 0

1932***Athens, Ga. …

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