Wanted to look at the series over the years and throw out a few questions... UGA of course leads the all-time series 65-39-5. GT posted a 27-26-5 from 1893-1963. And in 1963, as most of you know Dodd pulled us out of the SEC. From 1933 to 1963 (SEC years) GT was a positive combined 16-13 over UGA. Since leaving the SEC in 1963 GT is a negative 38-12 against UGA. Over the last 3 decades GT is a negative 23-8 against UGA. Did leaving the SEC negatively impact the series against UGA? If GT was still in the SEC today what would our football or academic status be like? Comparative to now. Would us being in the SEC have a positive impact on our recruiting? Would we be the Vanderbilt of the SEC? These are all of course theoretical questions and are intended for entertainment only. There is no way of knowing and we will never be in the SEC again. What has happened has happened but I just thought it was worth a brainstorm. We all know that football in relation to the media is different now in comparison to what it was 50 years ago.