Get ready Bulldog fans, Georgia Football is finally back. After one of the great seasons in Georgia history, the 2018 campaign is shaping up to be one to remember. Start loading up your tailgate supplies and packing your cooler, because College Football season is here. Take a look at what to expect from this year’s Bulldog team.
Reigning SEC Champs
After a successful regular season, the SEC East Champion Georgia Bulldogs defeated rival Auburn to win the SEC Championship. As the three seed in the College Football Playoffs, the Bulldogs took on Heisman Winne, Baker Mayfield, and the Oklahoma Sooners in the Rose Bowl. In one of the great games in the history of Georgia Football, the Bulldogs defeated Oklahoma 54-48 in OT to secure a spot in the National Championship. Despite leading most of the game, Georgia fell to SEC Rival Alabama in one of the greatest National Championship Games of all time. The Bulldogs begin the 2018 season looking to avenge that loss and win their first championship since 1980.
The 2018 Georgia Bulldogs
Despite losing All-American Roquan Smith and star RB’s Nich Chubb and Sony Michel, the Bulldogs return a lot of talent. Lead by QB Jake Fromm, the Bulldogs star-studded offense looks to be one of the top offenses in the country. Coach Kirby Smart also signed the#1 recruiting class in the country this February. The addition of Justin Fields, Zamir White, and Jamaree Salyer makes this Georgia team one of the most talented in school history. Coach Kirby Smart returns for his third year as Head Coach of the Bulldogs with a record of 21-7.
The 2018 Georgia Schedule presents plenty of challenges for this year’s team. Georgia kicks off the 2018 campaign with a game against Austin Peay in Athens on September 1. The rest of the non-conference schedule features home games against Middle Tennessee, UMass, and bitter rival Georgia Tech in a matchup that is sure to feature some clean, old-fashioned hate. Coach Smart and the Bulldogs will travel to Missouri, LSU, and Kentucky this year with a neutral site game against Florida in Jacksonville. This year’s SEC home schedule features games against rival Tennessee and Vanderbilt. On November 10th, Auburn travels to Athens in this year’s version of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. Single Game tickets are already on sale, so be sure to pick yours up today!
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Tailgate In Style
With football season finally back, it’s time to start loading up your tailgate supplies. Make sure you have a car that will get you to Athens and back all season long when you visit the team at Hennessy Automotive. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help put you in the car of your dreams. Come see us today and Go Bulldogs!