Home Tags Georgia Bulldogs
Tag: Georgia Bulldogs
PETA is going after the University of Georgia for using a live mascot, but Uga the bulldog actually lives a lavish life
Fans said Uga leads a lavish life, complete with his own bedroom, air-conditioned dog house, custom car, and hotel suite.
Track sensation Matthew Boling was used as a ringer in a race between University of Georgia football players and coaches and recreated one of his icon...
Matthew Boling is ready to take his breathtaking speed to the next level at the University of Georgia.
Texas’ 1,800-pound longhorn mascot broke out of his pen and went after Georgia’s bulldog before Sugar Bowl
Handlers attempted to wrangle Texas' "Bevo" — an 1,800-pound steer — into a photo with Georgia's live Bulldog "Uga," and it did not go as planned.
West Virginia as heavy favorites and the Texas Longhorns as underdogs in the Red River Rivalry are two of our favorite seven bets on the board for this weekend of college football action.
Five more teams were effectively eliminated from playoff contention, with TCU, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Iowa, and Mississippi State all suffering losses that they won't be able to overcome. That leaves us with 20 teams that still have a legit shot to make the playoff.
sourceKevin C. Cox/Getty ...
This week we have two top-25 matchups, three contenders going on the road against good opponents, a big-name coach looking to rebound, and one in-state rivalry with a silly trophy on the line.
The Alabama Crimson Tide
Several controversial calls in national championship game are being blamed for hurting Georgia’s chances of winning
Alabama fought hard to come back and win the national championship, but they might've never had a chance if not for a few questionable calls going their way.
The national championship’s roller-coaster of emotions was caught on the Alabama and Georgia radio broadcasts during the dramatic game-winning p...
Listening to the local radio calls of the final play of the national championship game, fans can hear the jubilation of victory and the agony of defeat.