What is the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame?

What is the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame? And how many players from the historic Florida-Georgia Rivalry series have been nominated?

When the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs play, everyone knows the importance. The two fanbases know what’s at stake, and they also know they could be watching players who could potentially get into the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame.

So what exactly is the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame? Let’s look at the historical honor and who has their name in it.

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What is the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame?

While the Florida-Georgia Rivalry’s start date is disputed between the two schools, the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame was created in 1995. It was established to honor players coaches and administrators who made a huge impact on the game and for their programs.

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When you look at the list of people in this Hall of Fame, it’s clear that this honor is one of the highest for individuals involved in these two programs.

Who’s in the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame?

Over 100 individuals have their names in the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame, and more will join them as the rivalry continues. Anyone looking for a trip down memory lane can get some nostalgia by looking at these lists.

The University of Georgia inductees include:

  • Vince Dooley (1996)
  • Buck Belue (1996)
  • Frank Sinkwich (1996)
  • Herschel Walker (1996)
  • Terry Hoage (1997)
  • Lindsay Scott (1997)
  • Wally Butts (1998)
  • Jake Scott (1998)
  • Bill Stanfill (1998)
  • Tommy Thurson (1998)
  • Charley Trippi (1998)
  • Richard Appleby (1999)
  • Matt Robinson (1999)
  • Mike Cavan (2000)
  • John Rauch (2000)
  • Charley Britt (2001)
  • Robert Edwards (2001)
  • Bob Etter (2002)
  • Ray Goff (2002)
  • Kevin Butler (2003)
  • George Patton (2003)
  • Larry Munson (2004)
  • Erk Russell (2004)
  • Cy Grant (2005)
  • Kevin McLee (2005)
  • Rodney Hampton (2006)
  • Willie McClendon (2006)
  • Dan Magill (2007)
  • Tim Worley (2007)
  • Gene Washington (2008)
  • Eric Zeier (2008)
  • Garrison Hearst (2009)
  • David Pollack (2009)
  • Knox Culpepper (2010)
  • Zek Bratkowski (2010)
  • John Brantley (2011)
  • Bill Saye (2011)
  • David Greene (2012)
  • Charles Whittemore (2012)
  • Peter Anderson (2013)
  • Matt Stinchcomb (2013)
  • Pat Dye (2014)
  • Ben Zambiasi (2014)
  • Rex Robinson (2015)
  • Richard Seymour (2015)
  • Marcus Stroud (2016)
  • Scott Woerner (2016)
  • Randall Godfrey (2017)
  • Knowshon Moreno (2017)
  • Aaron Murray (2018)
  • Boss Bailey (2018)
  • Brad Culpepper (2019)
  • Rennie Curran (2019)
  • Thomas Davis (2021)
  • Jon Stinchcomb (2021)
  • Champ Bailey (2022)
  • John Little (2022)

The University of Florida inductees include:

  • Kerwin Bell (1996)
  • Ray Graves (1996)
  • Shane Matthews (1996)
  • Steve Spurrier (1996)
  • Danny Wuerffel (1997)
  • Jack Youngblood (1997)
  • Rick Casares (1998)
  • Larry “Dupe” Dupree (1998)
  • “Chuck” Hunsinger (1998)
  • Charles LaPradd (1998)
  • Richard Trapp (1998)
  • Fred Taylor (2008)
  • Carlos Alvarez (1999)
  • Jimmy Dunn (1999)
  • Joe Brodsky (2000)
  • Howell Boney (2000)
  • Chris Doering (2001)
  • John Reaves (2001)
  • Norm Carlson (2002)
  • Ricky Nattiel (2002)
  • Buford Long (2003)
  • Errict Rhett (2003)
  • Wes Chandler (2004)
  • Reidel Anthony (2004)
  • Jeremy Foley (2005)
  • Don Gaffney (2005)
  • Ike Hilliard (2006)
  • Lee McGriff (2006)
  • Galen Hall (2007)
  • Doug Johnson (2007)
  • Willie Jackson Jr. (2008)
  • Rex Grossman (2009)
  • Lawrence Wright (2009)
  • Scot Brantley (2010)
  • Wilber Marshall (2010)
  • Kevin Carter (2011)
  • Nat Moore (2011)
  • Doug Dickey (2012)
  • John L. Williams (2012)
  • Lindy Infante (2013)
  • Jevon Kearse (2013)
  • James Bates (2014)
  • Louis Oliver (2014)
  • Jabar Gaffney (2015)
  • Chris Leak (2015)
  • Jeff Chandler (2016)
  • Ben Troupe (2016)
  • Lito Sheppard (2017)
  • Tim Tebow (2017)
  • Alex Brown (2018)
  • Percy Harvin (2018)
  • Brandon Spikes (2019)
  • Jarvis Jones (2019)
  • Ciatrick Fason (2021)
  • Keiwan Ratliff (2021)
  • Trey Burton (2022)
  • Andre Caldwell (2022)

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