The rivalry between the Georgia Bulldogs and the South Carolina Gamecocks is one of the oldest in the SEC. The Georgia-South Carolina games date back to 1894 and has occured annually since 1992. With a total of 68 series meetings (as of 2015), fans come out with excitement and anticipation to witness the Gamecocks vs. Bulldogs. The series is led by the Bulldogs with 48 wins compared to the Gamecocks 18 wins, in the 1962 and 1964 games South Carolina-Georgia left in a tie.
The Bulldogs and Gamecocks alternate their meetup each year between South Carolina’s Williams-Brice Stadium and Georgia’s Sanford Stadium. Fans travel from neighboring states to catch the unique and exhilarating matchup of South Carolina-Georgia because, as recent years have proved, the final outcome of the game is unpredictable once the players step on the field. Each year the success of each team’s season has been partly decided on who wins the rivalry between Bulldogs-Gamecocks.
South Carolina vs. Georgia tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the SEC standings. Sanford Stadium and William’s-Brice Stadium may never be louder than during a Gamecocks vs. Bulldogs’ game, and the impact of the game is incredible on both campuses. No matter if the game is set to take place in Columbia, SC or Athens, GA, TicketCity has you covered with the best Georgia Bulldogs vs. South Carolina Gamecocks' tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.
Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Sanford Stadium (Athens, GA) Bulldogs 52, Gamecocks 20The rival game of Georgia-South Carolina, ended in the Gamecocks’ second conference game lose and Bulldogs’ quarterback Greyson Lambert completing a record setting game. Lambert proved himself as a strong quarterback with one of his best games when he threw for 330 yards, completed all but one of his 25 passes and three touchdowns. Georgia solidified their win in the 3rd quarter when they had a 32-point lead over South Carolina. The 2015 win was the 48th for the Bulldogs in the South Carolina vs. Georgia rivalry.
Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Williams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC) Gamecocks 38, Bulldogs 35In the drama filled game the Bulldogs lost to the Gamecocks for the 4th time in 5 years. South Carolina’s defense was able to improve against Georgia, holding back the Bulldogs from the end zone. A crucial part of the game was when Georgia kicker Marshall Morgan unexpectedly missed a field goal from 28 yards away in the last quarter. The atmosphere exploded as South Carolina maintained their lead and fans got closer to their team's win. The No. 24 Gamecocks were the unlikely winners in the 2014 match-up compared to the No. 6 Bulldogs, but with determination they succeeded.