Georgia's recent dominance is a big reason why they currently possess an overall record of 62-56-8 all-time in the series. The last time Auburn won consecutive games against Georgia dates all the way back to 2004-2005. The long line of series matchups has gifted Georgia fans with many memorable games as well.
Auburn's all-time record in the Iron Bowl against Alabama is 37-47-1. Alabama won the most recent meeting. Auburn's longest win streak was six in a row during the 2002-2007 seasons. Alabama's longest win streak in the Iron Bowl was nine in a row from 1973-1981.
Former walk-on quarterback Stetson Bennett and an opportunistic Georgia defense led the Bulldogs to their first national championship since 1980 on Monday night, toppling defending champ Alabama, 33-18, in the College Football Playoff National Championship in Indianapolis.
Auburn's highest winning percentage is against South Carolina, which has beaten Auburn only once in 12 meetings. Behind them are Kentucky (. ... Auburn's all-time record against SEC opponents.
Traditionally, Georgia has had three main rivals: Georgia Tech, Auburn, and Florida.
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Alabama's highest win percentage is against Kentucky which comes in at a blistering 94.9%. The lowest win percentage against an SEC school is against rival Auburn where Alabama has won 54.4% of the games. ... Alabama's all-time record against every SEC school.
RB Bo Jackson 1. RB Bo Jackson, 1982-85. Bo Jackson is easily the best and most iconic player in Auburn football history, as well as one of the best in college football history. A three-sport athlete, Jackson dominated throughout his college football career, but his final season made him a true legend.
The Alabama-Tennessee series dates more than 100 years, with the teams playing every year since 1928 with the exception of 1943, when there was a break for World War II. The late Paul W. “Bear” Bryant famously played a role in the rivalry as a player long before he did as a legendary coach at Alabama.
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It is rare for a team to have scored in a game when the opponent scored over 100 points, but several cases exist, including when SMU kicked an early field goal but Rice "came back" to win 11234–3 in 1916. Early records are often incomplete and sometimes contradictory.
It has been 49 years since Houston hit the century mark in the Astrodome, and no Division I football team has matched the mark since. Despite the explosion in offensive efficiency in the 21st century, no team in the past 10 years has come within two touchdowns of matching the 1968 Cougars' biggest day.
Think for a minute how improbable it is to score 200 points in 40 minutes. The Detroit Pistons scored the most points an NBA game in a 186-184 win over the Denver Nuggets in 1983. But that game went three overtimes, lasting 63 minutes. Troy, then in Division II, beat DeVry Institute, 258-141, in 1992.
The Patriots finished the season 16-0 thanks largely to an offense that scored an NFL-best 36.8 points per game and defeated its first 8 opponents by a combined 204 points. Patriots QB Tom Brady won the league MVP after leading the NFL with 4,806 passing yards and set the single-season record with 50 TD throws.
As Bois explains in the video, there is one situation where a 6-1 score is possible. Team A would need to score a touchdown to break a scoreless tie. On the ensuing PAT attempt, if Team B gets a safety, it would be awarded one point as opposed to the usual two points for a safety since it came on a conversion attempt.
Georgia Tech football game was played on October 7, 1916, between the Cumberland College Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Engineers on the Engineers' home field of Grant Field in Atlanta. Georgia Tech defeated the Bulldogs 222–0 for the most lopsided score in the history of college American football.
In college football, games in which 100 points are scored by a single team are rare, especially since 1940. In the post-World War II era, it is considered in poor form to run up the score of lopsided games. There have been only three occurrences since 1970, and just one since 2000.
Elgin Baylor was the first NBA player to have a 70-point game when he had a 71-point, 25-rebound effort as a member of the Lakers in November 1960. Chamberlain broke Baylor's record the following year with his 78-point game, which actually came in a loss to Baylor, who scored 63 points in the matchup, and the Lakers.
No team has overcome multiple 3–0 deficits in a single postseason, although the 1974–75 New York Islanders of the NHL nearly did so; they successfully overcame a 3–0 series deficit in the 1975 quarterfinals, then rallied from a 3–0 series deficit in the semifinals before losing the seventh game.
Conversion safeties (one-point safeties) In American football, if a team attempting an extra point or two-point conversion (officially known in the rulebooks as a try) scores what would normally be a safety, that attempting team is awarded one point. This is commonly known as a conversion safety or one-point safety.
A 1 point safety is extremely rare, but it can happen. What is a 1 point safety in football? A 1 point safety is when the team trying to score a 2-point conversion or PAT turns the ball over, the defense takes the ball out of the end zone, then gets tackled in the end zone for a safety.
The 1950 Los Angeles Rams, the best offensive team in NFL history in terms of average points (466 in 12 games, 38.8 PPG), scored 70 points, one of only three teams to ever do so. The following week, they beat the Detroit Lions 65-24, including an NFL record 41 points in one quarter.
Wilt Chamberlain On March 2, 1962, Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA single-game scoring record by tallying 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 victory over the New York Knicks. Not 98 points, not 102, but a nice, round 100 — an imposing record set by a most imposing player.
The One-Point Safety This is a ruling so rare that most football players probably don't even know it exists. A team can register a one-point safety when a defensive player is tackled in his own end zone after snagging the ball following a blocked extra-point attempt.
Madison, WI – On a day in which the No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (4-0) scored a modern-era record 70 points, true freshman running back James White stood out. White ran for 145 yards and four touchdowns on just 11 carries, adding his own contributions to the Badgers' 70-3 domination of Austin Peay.
Chamberlain holds the single-game scoring record, having scored 100 points in a game in 1962. The youngest player to score at least 60 points in a regular season game is Devin Booker (70 points; 20 years and 145 days) and the oldest is Bryant (60 points; 37 years and 234 days).
Other than Chamberlain and Bryant, the only players in NBA history who have scored 70 points in an NBA game are David Thompson (73), Elgin Baylor (71), David Robinson (71), Donovan Mitchell (71) and Devin Booker (70). Chamberlain is the only player in NBA history with multiple 70-point games.
A slam dunk, also simply known as dunk, is a type of basketball shot that is performed when a player jumps in the air, controls the ball above the horizontal plane of the rim, and scores by shoving the ball directly through the basket with one or both hands. It is a type of field goal that is worth two points.
The #69 has been banned. No NBA player has ever worn the number 69, which is believed to be implicitly banned due to its sexual connotations; the NBA has never confirmed this. Dennis Rodman had allegedly requested the number 69 when he joined the Dallas Mavericks but was refused and instead wore 70.
In fact, dunking — the most efficient, and arguably most exciting shot in basketball — is about 56 years older than Zion himself. In 1944, college basketball saw its first-ever dunk, when Oklahoma A&M's Bob "Foothills" Kurland dunked by accident. Yes, you read that correctly.
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