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Test your knowledge.... List the oldest sec rivalries from longest to shortest

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Using an old Danny Ford triple negative: Auburn and UGA aint never not played. Both have played each other every year in which both fielded a football team ever since both started playing football.

Edited by ALA2262, 23 November 2012 - 01:27 PM.


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Kentucky v Tennessee is second only to Auburn/Georgia.  This isn't even hard.  Next question please.  1893 is when the Toilet Bowl began.
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Georgia-Auburn or GTFO

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Don't forget the WLOCP, which started in 1905.

The University of Florida at Lake City, aka the Florida Agricultural College, played in 1904. They joined together with the East Florida Seminary (in Gainesville) along with two other small universities when the Buckman Act was passed in 1905, thus forming the UF we know today. UGA played one of UF's "parents" in 1904, which is why that one doesn't count. I think the only years they didn't play were at some point in the 1940s, during the War.

Also, Vandy-Tenn and Vandy-Ole Miss have both gone on for quite a while.

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View PostMatt, on 23 November 2012 - 12:00 AM, said:

Assumming continous as well

Auburn-Georgia
Kentucky-Tennessee

no idea after that.  I know the Iron Bowl was briefly discontinued to let tempers cool off so its out.
I imagine a lot of the instate games would be up there pretty high too.
They said on the broadcast for the Tennessee Kentucky game that it was the third longest continuous rivalry. I missed the egg bowl at number two. Anyone know what four is?

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Ah, I missed the part about it being continuous.  I think there were a few 1-2 year gaps in the very beginning for UK-UT.
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