Georgia teams’ most common out-of-state opponents

Central High of Phenix City, Ala., has played Georgia teams more than any other out-of-state opponent. The Red Devils have a record of 139-89-11 against Georgia teams, according to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Here are the schools with the most games against Georgia opponents in the GHSFHA scores database, which goes back more than a century:

239 – Central (Phenix City, Ala.)

128 – McCallie (Tenn.)

122 – North Augusta (S.C.)

100 – Quincy (Fla.)

89 – Copper Basin (Tenn.)

80 – Ranburne (Ala.)

80 – Tennessee Military (Tenn.)

75 – Baylor (Tenn.)

69 – Leon (Fla.)

69 – McCormick (S.C.)

67 – Franklin (N.C.)

66 – Eufaula (Ala.)

64 – Hayesville (N.C.)

59 – Murphy (N.C.)

58 – Porter Military (S.C.)

57 – Smith’s Station (Ala.)

53 – Aiken (S.C.)

52 – Miami (Fla.)

51 – Woodland (Ala.)

50 – Carlisle Military (S.C.)

50 – Russell County (Ala.)

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3 comments Add your comment

Hippie

August 29th, 2012
9:10 am

Camden74

August 29th, 2012
9:34 am

How many of those schools are still around? :-)

John

August 29th, 2012
1:03 pm

Carlisle Military in Bamber, South Carolina closed in 1977. Porter Military merged with three other schools into Porter-Gaud Academy. I don’t think Quincy High School is around anymore. The rest of the high schools are still there. Many of them like Ranburne, Woodland, Central of Phenix City and Murphy regularly play Georgia schools even now.