| Wins against Kentucky - 4 | Losses against Kentucky - 16 |
Alma Mater: Georgetown College 
Date Born: July 11, 1878
Date Died: January 24, 1948
|2/17/1920||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||28 - 16||-|
|1/31/1920||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||25 - 14||-|
|2/14/1918||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||25 - 16||-|
|1/24/1918||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||22 - 18||-|
|2/21/1917||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||32 - 18||-|
|1/27/1917||Kentucky at Georgetown College||L||19 - 22||-|
|1/31/1916||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||30 - 22||-|
|1/18/1916||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||29 - 22||-|
|3/1/1912||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||19 - 18||-|
|1/5/1912||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||38 - 12||-|
|2/17/1911||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||47 - 22||-|
|3/8/1910||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||24 - 23||-|
|2/4/1910||Kentucky at Georgetown College||L||16 - 34||-|
|1/22/1910||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||31 - 11||-|
|2/15/1909||Kentucky at Georgetown College||W||48 - 19||-|
|2/8/1909||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||43 - 32||-|
|3/3/1908||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||18 - 13||-|
|2/11/1908||Kentucky at Georgetown College||L||22 - 30||-|
|2/21/1907||Kentucky at Georgetown College||L||8 - 19||-|
|1/19/1907||Georgetown College at Kentucky||W||16 - 15||-|
Biography - Georgetown College Athletic Hall of Fame
In many ways, Robert T. Hinton is responsible for the success of Georgetown College Athletics.The gifted athlete won athletic fame as a football and baseball player and served as team captain of both sports during his collegiate careeras a Tiger. Upon graduation, he continued his education at Yale University and, once again, excelled in athletics, this time winning the Intercollegiate Gymnastic Individual Championshipin Philadelphia in 1902.
His extended experience in athletics prepared him as the perfect choice for the position of associate professor and director of athletics in 1906. Upon his return to campus, he coached every varsity team. Throughout his 28 years as coach and athletic director, the baseball/football field was enlarged and refurbished and was renamed Hinton Field in his honor. He also led the campaign to raise money for Alumni Gymnasium to be built, which under his direction was completed in just two and a half years. Along his career, he also served as head of the Biology Department and was named Dean of the College.
He was an original member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association and served as secretary and president, where he traveled to represent the school and state in the athletic governing body. He was known and respected nationally as a proponent of fair play and good sportsmanship.
A tribute to him in an old yearbook reads: "Throughout the years, Dean Hinton remained faithful to the college, its ideals, its scholastic standing, and its relationship to educational organizations and the denomination...Through him we learned the purposes, the plans and the ideals upon which the college was founded, for the Dean was Georgetown. He was a genuine friend upon whom we all could depend.
"While the original Hinton Field, is no longer used as an athletics facility, the "rock," known as the heart of the former field was moved to Toyota Stadium upon its completion in 1997 and is honored by the current football players before each game.
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