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UGA Bulldogs Football 2014 News and Updates
9/23/14 - Bouncing back in a big way from their tough, close loss to South Carolina the week before, the Georgia Bulldogs obliterated Troy (from the Sun Belt Conference), 66-0 in Athens, Ga. last weekend. The Bulldogs were led by freshman running back Sony Michel, who rambled for 155 yards and three scores in the rout; Todd Gurley didn’t find the end zone, but rushed for 77 yards. Quarterback Hutson Mason threw for two more scores and 97 yards on 8-of-11 passing; backup Brice Ramsey also saw playing time, going 4-for-8 and 66 yards, with a TD pass of his own. Don’t think special teams were left out; another freshman, Isaiah McKenzie ran back a Troy punt 52 yards for a score as well. Next up for the Bulldogs is another SEC East rival, Tennessee.
9/16/14 - After splitting the first two games of the season – both against ranked teams from neighboring South Carolina, the Georgia Bulldogs will get a little bit of rest in their schedule when Troy, from the Sun Belt Conference, comes to call between the hedges in Athens. Most years, the Trojans (from north Alabama) have posed the occasional upset danger; but this year the Trojans are 0-3, falling to Alabama-Birmingham, Duke, and FCS Abilene Christian. The Bulldogs are ranked No. 13 in the current Associated Press poll, and No. 14 in the USA Today coaches’ poll. Running back Todd Gurley is on Heisman Trophy watch as well; the junior has 329 yards rushing on 35 carries over the two games Georgia has played – that’s an average of 9.4 yards per carry. Gurley also has four touchdowns.
8/6/14 -The Georgia Bulldogs may be five practices into their fall camp, but the Dawgs will have to kick things into high gear soon. UGA's 2014 season opens with a pivotal Week 1 clash, against yet another ranked team in their season opener. Sanford Stadium will play host to No. 16 Clemson Tigers Football on Aug. 30. “There’s a greater sense of urgency when you have an opener like this,” revealed receiver Michael Bennett, so hurry and buy your Georgia Bulldogs tickets today! Get into this highly anticipated showdown for a minimum of $195 in the 300 Level.
7/20/14 – The SEC Media Days recently wrapped up, with the Georgia Bulldogs being front and center this past Thursday. Head coach Mark Richt was flanked by wide receiver Chris Conley, linebacker Ramik Wilson and tailback Todd Gurley. “Surly Gurley” was a highly anticipated participant, as big things are expected from the Heisman candidate. “If I could get 2,000 yards, that would be awesome” he said, in regards to the new year. See this powerhouse player make a run for it in 2014 with Georgia Bulldogs tickets.
6/25/14 – Looking for the must-see match to attend on the Georgia Bulldogs 2014 schedule? Try what may be the most important SEC East battle of the year, with the second game on hand: Georgia at South Carolina. The Gamecocks have yet to lose at Williams Brice Stadium since halfway through the 2011 season, and beat the Bulldogs in three straight matches before last year's epic victory. Can the Bulldogs make it two in a row? The competition is sure to be fierce given their history, and the winner is liable to appear in Atlanta for a shot at the division championship. The get-in price for this exciting faceoff Saturday 9/13 is $152 in the Upper Sideline. Come on, Bulldog Nation, get your Georgia Bulldogs Football tickets now and support your squad on the road this year!
6/13/14 – The Georgia Bulldogs have been feverishly testing position changes in the 2014 offseason. James DeLoach has moved from OL to DE, Quayvon Hicks from FB to TE and J.J. Green from RB to DB. Adding length to the list is Brendan Langley, who is excited to be “going back to [his] roots on offense,” switching from cornerback to wide receiver. Sixteen of Georgia’s 20 signees have already moved into campus housing and enrolled in classes, eager to join the returning squad for summer workouts later this week. This includes UGA’s third commitment, Jackson Harris, a 4-star tight end who picked the Dawgs over Alabama and Vanderbilt. For UGA, any time you get a leg-up on Bama, it’s a win. Buy Georgia Bulldogs tickets now and see how the position changes and new recruits fare on the field!
6/4/14 – UGA has dismissed safety Tray Matthews. The rising sophomore who ranked as the No. 6 prospect in Georgia told his twitter followers that Auburn or LSU will be his new home. Moving forward, the Bulldogs will focus on their home-opener against Clemson. A rivalry known for close games is averaging $431 on the secondary market, the most expensive game at Sanford Stadium this season! Similarly priced, Florida vs. Georgia tickets in Jacksonville are going for an average $492. Make sure to buy your Georgia Bulldogs tickets to the November 1 game and watch the Bulldogs go for their fourth straight win against the Gators!
5/20/14 – Are you a fan of the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party?” The Florida-Georgia football game played at EverBank Field in Jacksonville is the highlight of the Georgia Bulldogs schedule (avg. $499) and is played annually between the rivals. Outside Georgia’s six SEC opponents that they face every year, the Bulldogs will also play at Arkansas in 2014, vs. Alabama in 2015, at Ole Miss in 2016, vs. Mississippi State in 2017, at LSU in 2018, vs. Texas A&M in 2019, at Alabama in 2020, vs. Arkansas in 2021, at Mississippi State in 2022, vs. Ole Miss in 2023, at Texas A&M in 2024, and vs. LSU in 2025. The average cost of Georgia Bulldogs tickets is $294 for the upcoming season, with the most in-demand games being played against Tennessee (avg. $318), Georgia Tech (avg. $334), and Auburn (avg. $440).
4/21/14 - While the Bulldogs are considering a Georgia-Notre Dame home-and-home series in the future, let’s examine the Georgia Bulldogs 2014 schedule at Sanford Stadium. The SEC powerhouse will open the season in Athens against the Clemson Tigers before heading to Columbia to face the South Carolina Gamecocks two weeks later. Then, the Bulldogs will have three straight home games: 9/20 vs. Troy (min. $57) , 9/27 vs. Tennessee (min. $123), and 10/4 vs. Vanderbilt (min. $80). Following a six week absence in Athens and four road trips, Georgia will host Auburn (min. $198), Charleston Southern (min. $57), and Georgia Tech (min. $118) to close out the regular season.
2/4/14 - The Georgia Bulldogs may not have achieved their best season, but they still finished 8-5 (4-3 SEC) and ranked No.23 last year. The Bulldogs won't be losing many players to the Draft this year, and they're heading into the offseason with one of the more notable recruiting coaches in the country, Mark Richt. Just a couple of days before National Signing Day, Georgia has 11 offensive commitments and seven defensive. The university is known to boast some of the best running backs in the game (i.e., Knowshon Moreno) and is already excited to welcome a pair of 5-star RBs Sony Michel and Nick Chubb to the roster. These two jewels will join 4-star QB Jacob Park. The season-ending knee injury to distinguished QB Aaron Murray may have stopped him from concluding his SEC record-breaking year, but the fifth-year senior will be entering the NFL Draft, post-surgery, as the top prospect from Georgia.
11/1/13 – Tied for third with Florida in the SEC East, the Bulldogs enter a pivotal week against their rivals. RB Todd Gurley is expected to make his return against Florida, a boost to the rushing attack that the Bulldogs will need against a strong Gators defense. Like the Gators, Georgia has lost its last two including one to Missouri (both games played sans Gurley). But, prior to that the Bulldogs were one of the most exciting teams in all of College Football thanks to their close finishes and wins against LSU and South Carolina in Athens. Mark Richt and team have a tough schedule ahead; following their road game in Jacksonville, the Bulldogs have to play red-hot Auburn and in-state rival Georgia Tech on the road. No easy task, but if they can pull it off, it’ll be that much sweeter.
UGA Bulldogs Football 2014 Season
Home of the nation’s best known live mascot, a white English bulldog – a position currently held by Uga IX, a direct descendant of the first “Damn Good Dog” – the Georgia Bulldogs are preparing for yet another season of action “Between the Hedges” of venerable Sanford Stadium in Athens. As a member of the perennially powerful Southeastern Conference, the highlights of Georgia’s schedule are numerous, including the rivalry games with Florida in Jacksonville and the season-ending contest with Georgia Tech, as well as Clemson, another non-conference rival. The Bulldogs hold the 12th spot in both AP and USA Today preseason rankings – a position they hope to improve as the season wears on.
They wear red jerseys and “silver britches.” They have a number of rivalries, both in-state (Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football, also known as “Clean, Old Fashioned Hate”), and out (Florida Gators Football; South Carolina Gamecocks Football; Auburn Tigers Football; Alabama Crimson Tide Football; and Tennessee Volunteers Football, just to name a few). Their live four-legged mascot (currently Uga IX) is probably the most famous of its kind in the country.
So how ‘bout them Georgia Bulldogs? Since 2001, the Dawgs have been coached by Mark Richt, who has led Georgia to an outstanding 118-40-1 record “Between the Hedges” during his tenure; dominance of the Southeastern Conference’s East Division, including last season; and a pair of SEC championships in 2002 and 2005. Richt’s pro-style offense, with Aaron Murray pulling the trigger, put points on the scoreboard at a prolific top-20 pace last year; the defense was equally stingy, also finishing in the top 20 in the Football Bowl Subdivision in points allowed per game. Murray is back for his senior season in 2013; among his targets will be a pair of junior wideouts, Michael Bennett and Malcolm Mitchell; while a sophomore, Todd Gurley, stands atop the Bulldogs depth chart at tailback. The defense is a young unit, with one senior, defensive end Garrison Smith, who is just one of four returning defensive starters from last season. But with 10 offensive starters returning, expect lots of fireworks – and plenty of “Glory, Glory” being sung – at old Sanford Stadium.
Georgia kicks off the 2013 season on the road at Clemson Tigers Football, followed by the home opener on September 7th versus SEC rival South Carolina. South Carolina vs. Georgia football tickets start at $185 — the most expensive get-in price of any home game on the Bulldogs football schedule, and more than 9x the cost of UGA vs. North Texas two weeks later. In addition to North Texas, UGA football fans looking to score cheap Georgia Bulldogs football tickets will find them under $50 for 2013 home games versus Appalachian State and Kentucky Wildcats Football. Other big SEC games include LSU Tigers Football and Missouri Tigers Football. LSU vs. Georgia tickets on September 28th range from $167 in the upper level to $698 in the first row at the 50-yard line on the Georgia Bulldogs sideline, while Missouri vs. Georgia football tickets in October start at $104 — 38% cheaper than the LSU Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs football game.