10 Things Georgia Bulldog Fans Identify With
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10 Things Georgia Bulldog Fans Identify With

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10 Things Georgia Bulldog Fans Identify With
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ATTENTION: This Saturday marks the beginning of a season far better than Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter, turkey or even deer hunting season. IT’S FOOTBALL SEASON, Y’ALL! The long- awaited stadium (or arena) lights and nights that seem to last forever have finally returned to us, and for us Georgia fans, this means more than just celebrating a new pack of pups playing for our favorite team. Our loyalty to the Dawg Nation is heavily expressed through our clothing, our businesses, our social media profiles, and even most of our high school mascots. (Go Dawgs!)

So, for all of my football- loving peach-state friends that have been eager for September’s arrival since last December came around, this article is for you. (Sorry other teams, I can only speak for what I know.) Time to break out your game-day finger foods and get excited because I know you will enjoy this list of 10 things Georgia Bulldog fans identify with.

1. There are Georgia decals everywhere.


One for your car, your laptop, boat, grill cover, and Christmas Tree.

2. You knew (or know) more than 1 person who plays football.

In fact, there’s probably a father somewhere among you praying that his son picks up the sport.

3. If you’re not between the hedges for a game, you’re at a get-together with 50 other people.

Pass the dip.

4. You have considered purchasing (or rescuing) a bulldog puppy before.

Support the team in every possible way.

5. You may have misspelled the word “dog” before without second thought.

Wait, it’s NOT always spelled d-a-w-g?

6. You can never find the right color of red to wear.

Can’t be seen sporting Carolina colors, can we?

7. Even if you’re a guy, you’ve fangirled upon meeting (or seeing) your favorite player.

Let’s not talk about those who have an actual picture.

8. You may feel the sudden urge to bark when cheering for good plays.

BE THE DOG.

9. You’re not actually related to anyone who goes to UGA.

Probably just caught the Bulldog Pride from a passerby.

10. You have learned what it feels like to be a part of something greater than yourself.

Football can finally be deemed educational.


From learning good sportsmanship to owning tons of red and black, these are just a few of my favorite things about being devoted to my favorite team. What are yours, Georgia fans?

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