A look back at the Bulldogs-Gamecocks rivalry since 2000

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2000: South Carolina 21, Georgia 10
The Gamecocks intercepted QB Quincy Carter five times en route to their upset win over No. 9 Georgia. South Carolina snapped an 18-game Southeastern Conference losing streak and defeated a top 10 team for the first time since 1988.
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2001: South Carolina 14, Georgia 9
Phil Petty's 16-yard touchdown pass to Brian Scott with 1:22 left in the game gave the Gamecocks their second consecutive win against the Bulldogs.
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2002: Georgia 13, South Carolina 7
David Pollack delivered one of the most significant plays during Georgia's run to its first SEC titles in two decades. In the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs' defensive end came off the edge, beat two guys, batted QB Corey Jenkins' pass and gathered the ball in before hitting the ground for a touchdown.
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2003: Georgia 31, South Carolina 7
With QB David Greene leading the way, Georgia delivered its biggest blowout of South Carolina in three decades.
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2004: Georgia 20, South Carolina 16
The Bulldogs rallied from a 16-0 deficit in the second half, with David Greene's 22-yard touchdown strike to Reggie Brown in the fourth quarter the game-winner.
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2005: Georgia 17, South Carolina 15
Georgia RB Thomas Brown rushed for 144 yards and the Bulldogs fended off the Gamecocks and their new head coach, Steve Spurrier.
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2006: Georgia 18, South Carolina 0
The Bulldogs posted their first road SEC shutout since 1982, with the defense forcing three fumbles and adding a safety.
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2007: South Carolina 16, Georgia 12
South Carolina's defense limited Georgia to four Brandon Coutu field goals, and Jasper Brinkley intercepted a late Matthew Stafford pass to seal the victory.
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2008: Georgia 14, South Carolina 7
In the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs defense recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchback and later added an interception to preserve the seven-point win.
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2009: Georgia 41, South Carolina 37
QB Joe Cox threw two TD passes for Georgia, which escaped with the victory after LB Rennie Curran deflected a Stephen Garcia fourth-down pass at the 3 in the waning moments.
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2010: South Carolina 17, Georgia 6
Freshman RB Marcus Lattimore ran for 182 yards and 2 TDs as the Gamecocks defeated the Bulldogs for the first time in Columbia since 2000.
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2011: South Carolina 45, Georgia 42
Defensive end Melvin Ingram scored two TDs - one on a punt-fake run and another on a fumble recovery - as South Carolina pulled out a wild game that featured four lead changes the final two quarters.


The Georgia-South Carolina rivalry has been one of the best in college football since 2000. Here's a look at those games. College Sports

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