Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule in 2014
The Georgia Bulldogs are ready to dominate the competition this season
as they hit the field for another year of riveting college football action. The Bulldogs compete in the SEC, one of the toughest
conferences in college sports, especially when it comes to football. The Bulldogs have a tough road ahead of them each and
every season as a result of the competitiveness of this conference, so they're always prepared to give it their all for each
and every contests throughout the year. 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, but now the Bulldogs are looking to get right back to their winning ways
and dominate the opposition on the way up the standings. Bulldogs fans are excited for the 2014 season, especially following
up spring ball. More than 35,000 fans showed up at Sanford Stadium to see the annual G-Day game, and many of them came away
quite impressed by quarterback Hutson Mason. Mason was very good for the Red Team, passing for more than 200 yards and a score
as he led his squad to a tight 27-24 victory over the Black Team. Mason found receiver Chris Conley early and often, as the
wideout tallied six catches for more than 100 yards. These two players are looking like they're developing a nice rapport,
which would be huge for the Georgia passing game. The team is ready to host some tough teams this season, and the fans are
prepared to cheer their hearts out to help urge the team to as many victories as possible.
The Bulldogs have a tough
game coming to Sanford Stadium on November 15th when the Auburn Tigers come to Athens to do battle. The Tigers are fresh off
a 2013 season in which they narrowly missed out on winning the National Championship, and they're sure to return to the field
in 2014 hungry for victories and a chance to return to the big game. The Bulldogs will have a tough time outdoing the Tigers
in the talent department, do it will come down to how the players are able to execute the game plan. This should be a great
contest to catch in person, as it could result in a massive victory for Georgia.
Georgia will close out their home season
with a rivalry game when the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets come to town on November 29th. Fans love to come out for this matchup
whenever it's played in Athens, so expect to see Sanford Stadium packed to the brim with Bulldogs supporters. The Bulldogs
would love to close out the regular season with a big victory against the Jackets.
Georgia Bulldogs Football
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. 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,
giving even more examples of why the Bulldogs are continually considered to have one of the best programs in the nation.
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, 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. 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
Georgia Bulldogs Football Trivia
What Georgia Bulldogs quarterback was selected with the first
pick in the NFL Draft not too long ago?
The answer is Mathew Stafford, who was picked with the top pick by the Detroit
Lions. Stafford quickly emerged as a dangerous passer in the pro game, and has put up some big numbers connecting with wide
receiver Calvin Johnson, who played at rival Georgia Tech in his college days.
Georgia Bulldogs Football Fans
a football match in person is so much more of a remarkable experience than just watching the game from your television at
home or in a bar. Experiencing the screaming fans, fresh hot dogs, and seeing the players up close and in person makes watching
such an event all the more worthwhile. With a game loaded with players that know how to put on a show, you'll see that the
Bulldogs remain one of those teams that you just don't want to mess with. Be sure you don't miss such an exciting event!