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GEORGIA BULLDOGS FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

The Georgia Bulldogs are one of the oldest teams in the country’s toughest football conference, the SEC. The Bulldogs always play stiff competition and continually have to bring their A game every time they play. A new era for Georgia begins as 2016 will be the first year for head coach Kirby Smart. Coach Smart is coming off a National Championship win with the University of Alabama where he served as Defensive Coordinator. Smart and the Bulldogs look to take the college football world by storm and shake things up in the SEC.



The early roots of Georgia Bulldog football starts in 1892 when it was started by Dr. Charles Herty. Georgia Bulldog football began its great success under Glenn “Pop” Warner’s era which may have included the game’s first forward pass in 1895. After Warner, Charles McCarthy took over from 1897-1898. In 1910, Georgia started to have a stable system of head coaching beginning with Bill Cunningham who coached until 1919 who went 43-18 in his career. From 1920-1937, Georgia would see three different head coaches Herman Stegeman (1920-1922), Kid Woodruff (1923-1927), and Harry Mehre (1928-1937). Over that time period, Georgia was 109-56. Wally Butts was the next prominent head coach for the Georgia Bulldogs as he coached from 1939-1960, Butts had taken over after coach Joel Hunt went 5-4 in 1938. Butts led Georgia to their first National Championship in 1942. Butts had a successful career going 140-86 with 4 SEC Championships and going to 6 bowl games. Butts’ replacement didn’t fare as well as he did as Johnny Griffith coached only from 1961-1963 going 10-16. Vince Dooley would be the next Georgia hire that would prove to be successful as he coached from 1964-1988. Dooley was a former assistant at Auburn and would come to Georgia and have a great career. Dooley went 201-77 which included 20 bowl appearances. Dooley led the Bulldogs to a National Championship in 1980 and also 6 SEC Championships. Dooley’s success was very beneficial to the Bulldog program, but in 1989 coach Ray Goff took over the program because of complaints filed against Dooley that he was in violation of academic abuse favored towards football players. Goff had a slow start and looking back on his career, it was a mediocre one. Goff went 46-34 and was fired at the end of the 1995 season. Jim Donnan took over the program in 1996 and he coached until 2000. Donnan was the first Georgia coach to lead the Bulldogs to back to back bowl wins (2000 and 2001). Donnan had a solid record at 40-19 but couldn’t get Georgia back into the national spotlight and was let go in 2000.

In 2001, the Mark Richt era began for the University of Georgia which started off well as he went 8-4 in his first season and the Bulldogs participated in the Music City Bowl. Over his career, Richt had a decent amount of success with the Georgia program going 145-51 with 2 SEC Championships, 6 SEC East Championships, and 14 bowl games. Although Richt was solid throughout his career at Georgia, he also failed to bring the team a National Championship and the Bulldogs and Richt agreed to part ways in 2015. This bring 2016 and the Kirby Smart era. Smart is coming from the University of Alabama where he served as a defensive coordinator and having just won the National Championship with Alabama. Smart played college football at Georgia and coached at Georgia a short time. Smart is hoping to bring back the spotlight to Georgia and be a prominent team in the SEC.

The University of Georgia has seen numerous superstars suit up in the red and black for the Bulldogs. Georgia has seen two Heisman Trophy winners in Frank Sinkwich and Herschel Walker. Other great Georgia Bulldogs players throughout history have included: Fran Tarkenton, Champ Bailey, Matthew Stafford, Richard Seymour, Todd Gurley, AJ Green, Thomas Davis, Hines Ward, Justin Houston, Terrell Davis, Aaron Murray, and much more. The Georgia Bulldogs, under Kirby Smart, are hoping to build on to this legendary list of Georgia players that will transform Georgia into an elite program once again.

Many believe that Georgia has seen its day and that they will slowly start to decline in the highly competitive SEC. But, with Kirby Smart taking over, Georgia may have the boost it needs to get back into the spotlight and be one of the powers in college football once again. Georgia has always featured dynamic players that make them very competitive in the SEC and now that Georgia is off in a new direction, many will be anxious to see what they can do come 2016.

GEORGIA BULLDOGS FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

The Georgia Bulldogs provide an exciting college football atmosphere for all in attendance. Playing in the SEC, you have to win every game and the Georgia Bulldogs definitely have the talent to do that and to make it into the College Football Playoff. Don’t miss out on your chance to see the Bulldogs live in action in Athens, GA. Check out the cheap Georgia Bulldogs Football ticket prices today on Rukkus.

Georgia Bulldogs Football Lineup

  • Sony Michel
  • Sheldon Dawson
  • Sam Vaughn
  • Todd Gurley
  • Keith Marshall
  • Damian Swann
  • Michael Erdman
  • Lorenzo Carter
  • Jacob Park
  • Shaun McGee
  • Blake Tibbs
  • Kenneth Towns
  • Reggie Wilkerson
  • Faton Bauta
  • Kennar Daniels-Johnson
  • Keyon Brown
  • Brice Ramsey
  • Lucas Redd
  • Marshall Morgan
  • Hutson Mason
  • Malkom Parrish
  • J.J. Green
  • James Davis
  • Isaiah McKenzie
  • Davin Bellamy
  • Jesse Jones
  • Jonathon Rumph
  • Rico Johnson
  • Quincy Mauger
  • Brendan Douglas
  • Javonte' Nelson
  • James Eunice
  • Jonah Guinn
  • Shakenneth Williams
  • Colter Creswell
  • Dominick Sanders
  • Shaq Jones
  • Ben Souther
  • Steven Van Tiflin
  • Tristan Askew
  • Malcolm Mitchell
  • Nick Chubb
  • Tramel Terry
  • Kyle Vagher
  • Matt Price
  • Kosta Vavlas
  • Chris Conley
  • Shattle Fenteng
  • Collin Barber
  • Ridge Underwood
  • Detric Bing-Dukes
  • Brendan Langley
  • Aaron Davis
  • A.J. Turman
  • Devin Gillespie
  • Kyle Karempelis
  • Devin Bowman
  • Matthew Fox
  • Clay Johnson
  • Ryne Rankin
  • Dominic Bryan
  • Corey Moore
  • Jared Chapple
  • Christian Payne
  • Tim Kimbrough
  • Tommy Long
  • Cameron Faulkner
  • Reggie Carter
  • A.J. McDonald
  • Ray Drew
  • Taylor Maxey
  • Quayvon Hicks
  • Nathan Theus
  • Johnny O'Neal
  • Ramik Wilson
  • Amarlo Herrera
  • Lamont Gaillard
  • Brandon Kublanow
  • Dyshon Sims
  • John Courson
  • Alex Essex
  • John Huff
  • Sterling Bailey
  • Billy Seward
  • Matthew Herzwurm
  • Jordan Jenkins
  • Josh Cardiello
  • David Andrews
  • Xzavier Ward
  • Jake Edwards
  • Kendall Baker
  • Hunter Long
  • Michael Scullin
  • Eddie McQuillen
  • Trent Frix
  • Aulden Bynum
  • John Theus
  • Glenn Welch
  • Greg Pyke
  • Thomas Swilley
  • Kolton Houston
  • Zach DeBell
  • Isaiah Wynn
  • Watts Dantzler
  • Mark Beard
  • Reggie Davis
  • Michael Bennett
  • Jeb Blazevich
  • Leonard Floyd
  • Jack Loonam
  • Jordan Davis
  • Justin Scott-Wesley
  • Jay Rome
  • Toby Johnson
  • Joseph Ledbetter
  • James DeLoach
  • Tanner Stumpe
  • Josh Dawson
  • William Ham
  • Patrick Beless
  • Chris Mayes
  • Thomas Pritchard
  • Mike Thornton
  • John Atkins
  • Adam Erickson

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Georgia Bulldogs Football Ticket Prices

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Cheap Georgia Bulldogs Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Georgia Bulldogs at LSU Tigers Basketball — 01/26/2016
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$2.00 High Point Panthers at Georgia Bulldogs Basketball — 11/25/2015
Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA
$2.00 Georgia Bulldogs at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 02/11/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$3.00 Georgia Bulldogs at Missouri Tigers Basketball — 01/20/2016
Mizzou Arena; Columbia, MO
$4.00 Georgia Bulldogs at Vanderbilt Commodores Basketball — 02/20/2016
Memorial Gym; Nashville, TN
$5.00 Winthrop Eagles at Georgia Bulldogs Basketball — 12/08/2015
Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA
$6.00 Georgia Bulldogs at LSU Tigers Basketball — 01/10/2015
Pete Maravich Assembly Center; Baton Rouge, LA
$6.00 Murray State Racers at Georgia Bulldogs Basketball — 11/20/2015
Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA
$6.00 Oakland Golden Grizzlies at Georgia Bulldogs Basketball — 12/01/2015
Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA
$6.00 Troy Trojans at Georgia Bulldogs Basketball — 11/21/2014
Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA

Best and Most Expensive Georgia Bulldogs Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$180.00Georgia Bulldogs at Michigan State Spartans Womens Basketball — 11/18/2015
Jack Breslin Student Events Center; East Lansing, MI
$156.00Georgia Bulldogs at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football — 11/28/2015
Bobby Dodd Stadium; Atlanta, GA
$143.00North Carolina Tar Heels at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 09/03/2016
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$137.00Auburn Tigers at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 11/15/2014
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
$134.00Tennessee Volunteers at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 10/01/2016
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
$134.00Florida Gators at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 11/01/2014
EverBank Field; Jacksonville, FL
$133.00Georgia Bulldogs at Florida Gators Football — 10/31/2015
EverBank Field; Jacksonville, FL
$131.00Georgia Bulldogs at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 09/24/2016
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$121.00Georgia Bulldogs at Florida Gators Football — 10/29/2016
EverBank Field; Jacksonville, FL
$120.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Georgia Bulldogs Football — 10/03/2015
Sanford Stadium; Athens, GA
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