Georgia Bulldogs Mascot

Georgia Bulldogs Mascot, UGA Cheerleaders, and Georgia Bulldog Traditions




GEORGIA BULLDOG MASCOT, CHEELEADERS, AND TRADITIONS

Georgia Bulldogs Mascot


Georgia Bulldogs Mascot

Uga VI

Uga (pronounced UH-GUH) is the name of a lineage of white Bulldogs owned by Frank Seiler, which have served as the mascot of the University of Georgia since 1956. The dogs, tended by members of the Seiler family, are present at every Georgia Bulldogs home American football game, most away games, and many University-related functions. Uga wears a spiked collar and a red jersey with varsity letter. Uga is very, very friendly and loves to lick children who attend the games. His jersey is made from the same fabric as the players' official game jerseys. Uga is even issued an official student identification card. Uga travels in style in an air conditioned dog house, as the breed is susceptible to heat stroke. In addition to Uga, a person in the costume of a bulldog in football gear also performs as "Hairy Dawg" on the sidelines at University of Georgia football games.


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