Our boys went and fought and died when called, barely fielded a team in 1942 and didn't field one in 1943. Meanwhile, 1 of the 2 nattys that UGA claims and still brags about to this day was in 1942, won literally on the lives of their opponents thanks to draft deferments. Never ever forget this fact Gator fans, and remind those UGA sons of *****es about it whenever possible... Florida–Georgia football rivalry - Wikipedia 1942: 75 and oh! Having lost most upper-class players to service in World War II, the 1942 Florida Gators brought an inexperienced 3-4 squad into Jacksonville for the 1942 contest with Georgia. The Bulldogs, on the other hand, still had many veteran players thanks to the draft deferments of the players who were enrolled in the University of Georgia's ROTC program, and brought a 7-0 record and No. 1 ranking to Jacksonville. Georgia halfback Charley Trippi and Heisman Trophy-winning back Frank Sinkwich combined to score seven touchdowns as Georgia crushed Florida 75-0, the largest margin in series history. The Bulldogs finished the regular season 10â€“1, won the Southeastern Conference championship, defeated the UCLA Bruins 9-0 in the Rose Bowl, and were named national champions by multiple polls and ratings services. Meanwhile, the depleted Gators did not win another game during the 1942 season, and with even more players joining the war effort afterward, would not field a team at all in 1943.