A Day in the Life of the South’s Favorite Dawg

With a National Championship under his belt, or in this case collar, this eight-and-a-half-year old dog certainly is living his best life. Being only the second Uga in UGA’s mascot history to be part of this honor, Uga X (aka Que) is probably one of the most well-known college mascots to date since Uga III, the official mascot of the 1980s NCAA Champion Bulldogs team

After decades, UGA bulldogs bring home the national championship

Forty years of pain, heartache and disappointment all evaporated over the course of four magical quarters this year. With South magazine’s cameras at the ready, the Georgia Bulldogs roared into the history books with their first National Championship victory since 1980.

4 UGA Football Players to Keep On Your Radar

It's a new day for Georgia football. As the Bulldogs prepare for the season ahead, we've got the scoop on everything from their number to their incredible accomplishments on the field. Read on to check out which four UGA football…

How to Tailgate Properly, UGA-Style.

Before you hit the road to Athens, be sure you know the routes to get there, where to park, and how not to get shutdown.   Arrive to the tailgate in style with red and black clothing by J. Paige,…

An Interview With the "Catfish"

Kevin Jackson is larger than life. His success on the field with the 1980 National Championship team and the building of a multi-million dollar company have catapulted him to become one of the top Dawgs in Savannah.   Coach Russell made…

Why We Love Uga X/Que!

There is no mascot in the SEC, or any other conference in college football, that is adored more than University of Georgia’s Uga.

It's All About the Spirit

Imagine leading over 90,000 fanatic fans in the Georgia war cry, “GOOOOOO Dawgs! Sic ‘Em! Woof, Woof, Woof!” For cheerleader Abbey Coppenger, it’s just another day between the hedges.