The Georgia Bulldogs are the NCAA Division-I football team that represents the University of Georgia in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division. The Georgia Bulldogs, known simply as the "Dawgz" to their fans, are a highly competitive team that have proven time and time again they deserve a spot at the top of the SEC ratings.
With 3 National Championship Titles (all consensus), 12 Conference Champions Titles, 5 Divisional Champions Titles, 2 Heisman Trophy recipients and over 60 All-American players the Georgia Bulldogs have proven that they have what it takes to take it to the top. Current Georgia Bulldogs Head Coach Mark Richt seems to be on track to continue to the winning tradition. Coach Richt has been a part of the Georgia Bulldogs football roster since 2001 when he came to Georgia after coaching under Bobby Bowden at Florida State. Since his arrival at the University of Georgia, Mark Richt has led his Georgia Bulldogs football team to 2 SEC Championships, 3 SEC East Division Championships an a winning record of 82-22-0. Georgia Bulldogs fans love Coach Mark Richt and hope that he will stay on and guide the Bulldogs into even more postseason play.
While Bulldogs fans love to win, they are by no means fair-weather fans. University of Georgia Bulldogs fans seem to always be cheering on their team or participating in one football tradition or another. One of the most famed football traditions at the University of Georgia is the mascot, Uga. Uga is the name given to line of white bulldogs that have represented the university since 1956. On August 30, 2008 Uga VII started his reign. Another tradition that both players and fans alike participate in is the Dawg Walk, a path that the entire Georgia Bulldogs roster walks down before each home game, the path winds right through the primary fan tailgating area and gives the team a chance to feed off of the energy of the fans. Bulldog Football is truly a community event in Athens, Georgia
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