Coach Vince Dooley didn't change Georgia's uniforms much during his tenure. Dooley's Dogs had white pants until the late 70s. Dooley let the team wear red pants for certain games in the late 70s and 80s. Dooley switched the team to silver pants in 1980. When Jim Donnan came along as coach, he added a black stripe to the helmet. Georgia and Kirby Smart (16) wore black pants with red jerseys when they lost to Florida in 1998. Georgia wore black pants with white jerseys when it beat Wisconsin in the

Watch: When the Dogs looked different

Georgia will wear white jerseys and red helmets when it plays Auburn in the SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday.

From Vince Dooley’s era that kicked off in 1964 to Kirby Smart’s time now, the Bulldogs have not strayed far from their traditional attire often.

And when coaches Jim Donnan and Mark Richt did, it did not always go well.

Take a look at the video above to see Georgia’s uniform history, which includes black and silver helmets, black and red pants and more.

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