Georgia will wear a special helmet sticker to honor former Georgia football legend Charley Trippi.

Trippi recently passed away on Oct. 19. Trippi was 100 years old at the time of his passing and his death left an impact on the program. Last December, he turned 100 and his long life will be honored by Georgia.

During his time at Georgia, he was one of the most versatile players in college football history. He played multiple positions on offense and defense. On offense, he had experience as a running back and a quarterback. He finished his time at Georgia with 28 total touchdowns.

As one of the greatest players in program history, Georgia will pay tribute to his life and legacy. The Bulldogs will have a No. 62 patch placed on the back of each helmet. He wore No. 62 at Georgia. This will be Georgia’s 1st game since Trippi’s passing, as the Bulldogs were on a bye week in Week 8.

Unfortunately, Georgia lost another football legend after Trippi passed. On Friday, former Georgia football head coach Vince Dooley passed away at 90 years old. The program will mourn the losses of 2 monumental figures in program history.

Georgia will face Florida in a neutral-site game in Jacksonville, Florida at 3:30 p.m. ET.