Fall is in full swing and football fans have lots to celebrate with the Dawgs' exciting start to the season! Sports fanatics just can't get enough of the hype and fortunately they don't have to--fall
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Category - football weekends
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 10:00 AM by Tristan Otto
Every college student has received the dreaded text from their parents: we're coming to Athens this weekend! Don't get me wrong: I Iove my parents to death, but I usually have no idea what to do with
Football season is among us here in Athens, Ga. and Bulldog pride is in the air!
Saturdays in Athens, Ga. are an unrivaled experience! Many might say waking up on game day is like Christmas morning,
It is the most wonderful time of the year here in Athens, and we're not talking about Christmas. We're talking about football season! As a current Bulldog, I am proud to say the entire campus, town,
Wednesday, August 9, 2017 10:00 AM by Anna Beth Shirkey
Couldn't get a ticket to the Georgia Bulldogs football game? Don't fret! Athens wasn't named the Best College Town in America for nothing, making the town the best place to be on Saturday's, whether you have a ticket or not!
Monday, August 8, 2016 8:41 AM by Anna Beth Shirkey
As a freshman, there's nothing more exciting than finally being able to take part in all that the University of Georgia has to offer. Along with being the first state-chartered college in the country and being located in the city of Athens, UGA is booming with countless numbers of customs, traditions, and fun activities to do around every corner. With so many things to see and do, the opportunities are endless as one begins their first official year as a Bulldog. To make things easier, here are the top 10 things to do during your freshmen year at UGA.
2017 Update: 2017 G-Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 22.
Note that the SEC's new Clear Bag Policy will be in effect starting with G-Day, 2017.
Football Saturdays in Athens aren't exclusively for
The city of Athens is about to be packed once again and the streets will be overflowing with fans sporting the infamous UGA red and black. This could only mean one thing; the UGA Bulldogs football
Athens has just welcomed back over 35,000 members of the Bulldog Nation as a new fall semester begins at the University of Georgia. Along with their return, traffic will increase, restaurants will