Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule
The Georgia Bulldogs have been a staple in college football for over a century
having established their program all the way back in 1892. Their home, Sanford Stadium, is also one of the most hallowed grounds
in all of college football and has been home to the Bulldogs since 1929. 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. In recent years the Bulldogs have had some difficulty hanging with other ranked teams in the
SEC but this could be the year they take it to the next level and reestablish themselves as a true SEC and national power.
Buy Georgia football tickets from StubHub and get out to Sanford Stadium for a home game.
The home schedule opens with
a game against ACC power the Clemson Tigers on August 30th. This will be an important game not only for the Bulldogs but for
the SEC in general as Georgia can score an early big win and prove that the SEC as a conference is superior to the ACC in
football. The first SEC game at Sanford Stadium takes place on September 27th when the Tennessee Volunteers come to town.
Georgia and Tennessee have a history of close games and the two historic programs will both be doing anything they can to
record a conference win. On November 15th the defending SEC champions the Auburn Tigers come to Athens with a bullseye on
their backs. If the Bulldogs are hoping to get a big win against a high ranked opponent that will really prove their mettle,
this is the prime opportunity of the season. A win against Auburn is never easy so the Bulldogs will need all of their most
die hard fans to come out and create a raucous environment at Sanford Stadium to propel them to victory. Take a look at all
of the big games taking place at Sanford Stadium to see when you can catch a home Georgia Bulldogs game in 2014.
The Georgia Bulldogs from Athens, Georgia are a member of the Southeast Conference, or better known as the SEC.
Every year the SEC is the most feared conference in college football and the Georgia Bulldogs are always one of its toughest
teams. The Bulldogs are coming off of a successful 2013 season in which they finished third in the SEC East with a 5-3 conference
record and an 8-5 overall record. The season concluded on a disappointing note with a loss to Nebraska in the TAXSLAYER.com
Gator Bowl. Now in his 13th season Mark Richt is looking to build on the positive points of the 2013 season including a 44-41
win at number 6 LSU. Top ranked recruits like defensive end Lorenzo Carter and running back Sony Michel are expected to come
in and contribute early and help the Bulldogs improve on last year's season. Two Georgia Bulldogs 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.
As with every SEC football
team, football is everything at the University of Georgia and gameday 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 92,000 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, to its current 92,000 +, Sanford Stadium is feared by opponents and beloved by the home crowd.
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. 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.
Georgia Bulldogs Football
In Division I football, the Southeast Conference, or SEC, is consistently the toughest in college football.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide is the all time SEC leaders with 23 conference titles and 15 national championships,
including 3 titles in the last 4 years. The SEC is home to some of the sport's biggest rivalries including Auburn vs. Georgia,
Louisiana State University vs. Florida, and Alabama vs. Tennessee. Some of college football's greatest players have come from
the SEC like Tennessee's Peyton Manning, Georgia Bulldog running back Herschel Walker, Mississippi linebacker Patrick Willis,
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, defensive tackle Reggie White and Auburn running back Bo Jackson. When you play in the SEC,
every game is a tough one. The Georgia Bulldogs, who play in the SEC East Division, consistently play games against some of
the toughest teams in the country like Florida, Tennessee and Missouri. Last season the Auburn Tigers finished with a 13-1
record (7-1 in SEC play) and went on to play in the BCS National Championship Game where they fell to the Florida State Seminoles
in a thriller. The SEC is always exciting, with a rivalry every week and one loss could cost a team a shot at a national championship.
Georgia Bulldogs Football Trivia
What former Georgia Bulldog coach is hailed as one of the most innovative and
influential figures in football history?
Glenn "Pop" Warner was the head coach of the men's football team at the University
of Georgia from 1895-1896.The Bulldogs competed in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association at the time and the team
went undefeated during his second season as head coach. Pop Warner is credited for creating many of football's current plays
like the screen pass and the spiral punt. He also helped create the youth football association that still bears his name.