Georgia Bulldogs Football Tickets
The Schedule in 2013
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. Throughout the 2013 season the Georgia Bulldogs have been playing through
tough injuries, but they came out with a big win against the Florida Gators that may have saved their season. With this big
win over one of their biggest rivals, the Bulldogs show that they are still competing for their division title.
Bulldogs host the Southern Conference Appalachian State Mountaineers on November 9 when senior quarterback Aaron Murray will
play his second to last home game. Murray will be looking to continue a very nice statistical season and leave a lasting impression
for the fans at Sanford Stadium.
Bulldogs fans are some of the most loyal and spirited in all of college football. On
November 23, the Bulldogs will host the Kentucky Wildcats for their final home game of the season. If you have not been to
a Bulldog game at Sanford Stadium, then this game is a must. The Bulldog faithful will come out by the thousands to cheer
on their team for the last time of the year, with an unparalleled fan experience. This game could be key to the Bulldogs season,
if the Missouri Tigers lose any of their remaining games.
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 very successful
2012 campaign, going 12-2 overall and 7-1 in the SEC on their way to a Eastern Division title and a win against Nebraska in
the Capital One Bowl. In 2013, the Bulldogs, ranked as high as #5 in the preseason poll, have suffered some hard defeats,
but also have victories against ranked rivals like then ranked #6 South Carolina and then ranked #6 LSU Tigers. They have
suffered some tough injuries to key players, but the Bulldogs have shown perseverance playing through and continuing to battle
for the SEC Eastern Division Title. The Bulldogs are led by senior quarterback Aaron Murray, who is hoping to write a fitting
ending to a brilliant college career. Georgia's offense is also led by sophomore running back Todd Gurley, coming off of a
17 touchdown campaign in 2012, where he earned Freshman All American and Second Team All SEC honors. He is off to another
hot start, hoping to lead the Bulldogs to the postseason.
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.
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. The SEC is always exciting, with a rivalry every
week and one loss could cost a team a shot at a national championship.
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.