ATLANTA — Georgia and Alabama share a significant recent history - unfortunately for Dawgs fans, all of it going the wrong way.
"How close they've come is something I find interesting, and I think a little bit exciting, I'm sure as a Georgia fan a little bit excruciating," was how Jeremy Swick, the historian and curator at the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, put it.
Jeremy spoke to 11Alive this week about the recent run-ins between the Dawgs and Crimson Tide ahead of their latest clash, set to come Monday in the National Championship Game in Indianapolis.
He touched on subjects including how the national championship wasn't always seen as a major goal for college football teams, how the power in college football shifted from North to South, and even how you get memorabilia and artifacts from a major game like Monday's to put on display at the Hall of Fame.
You can watch his interview below:
To find the recent history of Georgia-Alabama contests - avert your eyes, Dawgs fans - also see below:
- Dec. 4, 2021, SEC Championship Game: Alabama 41, Georgia 24
- Oct. 17, 2020: Alabama 41, Georgia 24
- Dec. 1, 2018, SEC Championship Game: Alabama 35, Georgia 28
- Jan. 8, 2018, National Championship Game: Alabama 26, Georgia 23 (OT)
- Oct. 3, 2015: Alabama 38, Georgia 10
- Dec. 1, 2012, SEC Championship Game: Alabama 32, Georgia 28
- Sept. 27, 2008: Alabama 41, Georgia 30
- Last time the Dawgs won this match up >> Sept. 22, 2007: Georgia 26, Alabama 23 (OT)