Nineteen-twenty-nine was a banner year for Georgia football. The most beautiful stadium in America was built and, for the first time in its history, the Yale Bulldogs traveled south to play a football game. This book chronicles the fascinating history of the legendary Sanford Stadium, including the innovative methods Doctor Steadman Vincent Sanford used to obtain the funding for its construction, anecdotes about its inaugural game "'tween the hedges," and the athletes, spanning a period of over eight decades, who created some special memories. In the coming years, Georgia followers will experience even more spectacular games inside the home of the Bulldogs. With continued enhancements, the country's greatest spectator stadium will become an even better place to watch Georgia football.