2014 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule
When the Bulldogs hit he field to take on a prominent SEC opponent, there
is only one place to be, and it obviously isn't sitting your couch watching on that disappointing flatscreen. Be there for
all of the biggest and most anticipated games of the season as the Bulldogs look to make a big move in the SEC, tough that's
never easy considering its reputation as the most difficult conference in college football. Seeing a football match in person
is so much more of a remarkable experience than just watching the game from your television. The Bulldogs had a promising
2013 season and are looking even tougher to beat in 2014, which is why the fanfare surrounding this team is as amazing as
ever as they look to pull together and make their move.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that Sanford Stadiumis a well-known
venue in the college football world, with a capacity of more than 92,000 fans that know how to get out and show their support.
Seeing a big game from the stands will give you an experience that you won't soon forget, but you obviously can't just take
our word for it. Come out to see the Bulldogs against teams like Auburn (Nov. 15), Charleston Southern (Nov. 22) or Georgia
Tech (Nov. 29) and you'll end up with a great atmosphere that you simply won't be able to find anywhere outside of the stadium.
Home games are a very big deal with Athens, and all of the energy comes together in a huge way whenever the Bulldogs are headed
to the gridiron.
The excitement doesn't stop just because the Bulldogs are out of town, however, as seeing Georgia on
the road is one of those experiences that every fan needs to make happen once in a while. Come out to see the Bulldogs away
from home and you'll be amazed at how many Bulldogs' fans show up when Georgia is away from Sanford. Against teams like Arkansas
(Oct. 18) Florida (Nov. 1, EverBank Field) or Kentucky (Nov. 8) and it won't be hard to figure out why college football fans
around Athens are in love with this football team. All in all, this is an exciting college football program with a great tradition
in addition to an exciting current program, helping to create the perfect elixir come game day.
Football Team Info
Like otherSEC footballteams, the Georgia Bulldogs football program got its start in the 1890s. The
Bulldogs are known for hard-fought rivalries against teams like Auburn (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry), Georgia Tech (Clean,
Old-Fashioned Hate) and Florida (World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party). With another talented team loaded with NFL prospects,
the Bulldogs have a squad that is set to challenge even the premier programs in the nation as they chase their title aspirations,
as this is a team that has a reputation for being one that is always developing some of the brightest stars of both today
and tomorrow. Once you're there in the middle of an amazing matchup that has all of the makings of an instant classic, you'll
definitely be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
The NCAA Football Experience
SEC football is
a way of life for their team's fans, and during football season, nothing is bigger than a Georgia Bulldog football game. Whether
you have been to many football games at Sanford Stadium or looking for your first, there is no sporting event quite like a
Bulldog home game. This is where the camaraderie builds to unbelievable levels for all of the crucial matchups of the season,
as this is college sports at its absolute finest and there is nothing like a big-time football game if you love the spectacle
of sports. With the Bulldogs looking to make their mark once again this season, the experience of Georgia Bulldogs' football
will speak for itself.
Georgia Bulldogs Football History
The Georgia Bulldogs have been a staple in college
football for over a century, having established their program all the way back in 1892. The long and storied tradition of
Georgia Bulldog is on full display at every home game from the pageantry of the marching bands and cheerleaders to UGA the
bulldog mascot, to the top college football players in the country taking the field and the vociferous fans in the stands
cheering their hearts out decked in red and black. Two Georgia Bulldogs have won the Heisman Trophy – Frank Sinkwich,
who won in 1942, and Herschel Walker, who won in 1982. The Bulldogs also have the fifth most bowl game appearances in college
football along with the third most bowl game victories, helping build the team into a program that is continually considered
to have one of the best programs in the nation.
Georgia Bulldogs Football Trivia
Can you name the one
Bulldog to win the Doak Walker Award?
The answer is Garrison Hearst, who won the award for best collegiate running back
in 1992. That year, it all really came together for Hearst, as he tallied 1,547 rushing yards in addition to 324 receiving
yards, sending him on his way to being the third overall pick in the 1993 NFL draft.
Georgia Bulldogs Football
As with every SEC football team, football is everything at the University of Georgia and game day is a tradition
in Athens. Playing their home games at Sanford Stadium, the Bulldogs enjoy an incredible home-field advantage on Saturdays.
Seating more than 90,000 screaming Bulldogs fans at every home game, Sanford Stadium is consistently one of the loudest in
the country. From the first game played here in 1929, when it fit 30,000 fans, Sanford Stadium is feared by opponents and
beloved by the home crowd. On any given Saturday, Bulldogs fans band together, students, alumni and fans from Athens, tailgating
outside the stadium, making the pregame experience one you will never forget. With the Bulldogs looking to wrap up the 2014
season with some big wins coming down the home stretch, Sanford Stadium is simply where the action is at if you love Georgia