Georgia Bulldogs Bowl Game History (Wins, Appearances and All-Time Record)

Devon Platana
Georgia bowl game history, including wins, appearances and all-time record.
Georgia bowl game history, including wins, appearances and all-time record. / AP Photos/Artie Walker Jr.
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Bowl game season is an exciting time in college football. Schools across the nation will battle it out for postseason glory and a chance to end their year on a high note.

One team that's no stranger to playing in bowl games is the Georgia Bulldogs. Here's everything you need to know about Georgia's bowl history before making its next appearance.

Georgia Bowl Game History

Georgia has frequented the college football postseason throughout its history. The Bulldogs have played in 60 bowls all-time.

The Bulldogs made their first bowl appearance in 1942 as part of the Southeastern Conference. They defeated TCU 40-26 at the Orange Bowl that year.

Georgia has also won each of its last five bowl appearances. Most recently, the Bulldogs notched a 42-41 win over Ohio State in the 2022 Peach Bowl.

Georgia Bowl Game Wins and Appearances

Georgia owns a 36-21-3 all-time record in bowl games. Check out the school's full bowl results below:

  • Orange Bowl (Jan. 1, 1942): Georgia 40, TCU 26
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 1943): Georgia 9, UCLA 0
  • Oil Bowl (Jan. 1, 1946): Georgia 20, Tulsa 6
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1947): Georgia 20, North Carolina 10
  • Gator Bowl (Jan. 1, 1948): Georgia 20, Maryland 20
  • Orange Bowl (Jan. 1, 1949): Texas 41, Georgia 28
  • Presidential Cup (Dec. 9, 1950: Texas A&M 40, Georgia 20
  • Orange Bowl (Jan. 1, 1960): Georgia 14, Missouri 0
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 26, 1964): Georgia 7, Texas Tech 0
  • Cotton Bowl (Dec. 31, 1966): Georgia 24, SMU 9
  • Liberty Bowl (Dec. 16, 1967): NC State 14, Georgia 7
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1969): Arkansas 16, Georgia 2
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 20, 1969): Nebraska 45, Georgia 6
  • Gator Bowl (Dec. 31, 1971): Georgia 7, North Carolina 3
  • Peach Bowl (Dec. 28, 1973): Georgia 17, Maryland 16
  • Tangerine Bowl (Dec. 21, 1974): Miami (OH) 21, Georgia 10
  • Cotton Bowl (Jan. 1, 1976): Arkansas 31, Georgia 10
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1977): Pittsburgh 27, Georgia 3
  • Bluebonnet Bowl (Sec. 31, 1978): Stanford 25, Georgia 22
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1981): Georgia 17, Notre Dame 10
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1982): Pittsburgh 24, Georgia 20
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 1983): Penn State 27, Georgia 23
  • Cotton Bowl (Jan. 2, 1984): Georgia 10, Texas 9
  • Citrus Bowl (Dec. 22, 1984): Georgia 17, Florida State 17
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 28, 1985): Georgia 13, Arizona 13
  • Hall of Fame Bowl (Dec. 23, 1986): Boston College 27, Georgia 24
  • Liberty Bowl (Dec. 29, 1987): Georgia 20, Arkansas 17
  • Gator Bowl (Jan. 1, 1989): Syracuse 19, Georgia 18
  • Independence Bowl (Dec. 29, 1991): Georgia 24, Arkansas 15
  • Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1, 1993): Georgia 21, Ohio State 14
  • Peach Bowl (Dec. 30, 1995): Virginia 34, Georgia 27
  • Outback Bowl (Jan. 1, 1998): Georgia 33, Wisconsin 6
  • Peach Bowl (Dec. 31, 1998): Georgia 35, Virginia 33
  • Outback Bowl (Jan. 1, 2000): Georgia 28, Purdue 25
  • Oahu Classic (Dec. 24, 2000): Georgia 37, Virginia 14
  • Music City Bowl (Dec. 28, 2001): Boston College 20, Georgia 16
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 2003): Georgia 26, Florida State 16
  • Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1, 2004): Georgia 34, Purdue 27
  • Outback Bowl (Jan. 1, 2005): Georgia 24, Wisconsin 21
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 2, 2006): West Virginia 38, Georgia 35
  • Chick-fil-A Bowl (Dec. 30, 2006): Georgia 31, Virginia Tech 24
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 2008): Georgia 41, Hawai'i 10
  • Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1, 2009): Georgia 24, Michigan State 12
  • Independence Bowl (Dec. 28, 2009): Georgia 44, Texas A&M 20
  • Liberty Bowl (Dec. 31, 2010): UCF 10, Georgia 6
  • Outback Bowl (Jan. 2, 2012): Michigan State 33, Georgia 30
  • Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1, 2013): Georgia 45, Nebraska 31
  • Gator Bowl (Jan. 1, 2014): Nebraska 24, Georgia 19
  • Belk Bowl (Dec. 30, 2014): Georgia 37, Louisville 14
  • TaxSlayer Bowl (Jan. 2, 2016): Georgia 24, Penn State 17
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 2018): Georgia 54, Oklahoma 48
  • CFP National Championship (Jan. 8, 2018): Alabama 26, Georgia 23
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 2019): Texas 28, Georgia 21
  • Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1, 2020: Georgia 26, Baylor 14
  • Peach Bowl (Jan. 1, 2021): Georgia 24, Cincinnati 21
  • Orange Bowl (Dec. 31, 2021): Georgia 34, Michigan 11
  • CFP National Championship (Jan. 10, 2022): Georgia 33, Alabama 18
  • Peach Bowl (Dec. 31, 2022): Georgia 42, Ohio State 41
  • CFP National Championship (Jan. 9, 2022): Georgia TBD, TCU TBD

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