The Georgia Bulldogs, ranked third in the College Football playoff poll, will host top-ranked Tennessee on Saturday in the first game at Sanford Stadium since legendary Bulldogs Charley Trippi and Vince Dooley passed away.

In tribute to both men Sanford Stadium will have their signatures on the Bulldogs sideline this weekend and presumably for the rest of the season.

Trippi died on October 19 at 100 years old. He helped Georgia win a national championship in 1942 and was a unanimous All-American in 1946. In between that time Trippi spent three years in military service for World War II.

As a professional Trippi helped the Chicago Cardinals win the 1947 NFL Championship and was a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1940s.

Dooley died on October 28 at 90 years old. He spent 25 years as the head coach of Georgia, winning six SEC titles and a national championship in 1980. He compiled a record of 201-77-10 during his tenure. He was named SEC Coach of the Year four times (1966, 1968. 1976 and 1980) and was unanimously the college football Coach of the Year in 1980.