The school spirit is never lacking in Athens, as over 90,000 fans pack Sanford Stadium each home game in support of their “Dawgs.” The rivalries are plentiful, so book your seats early with Georgia football tickets from our marketplace.
Those who hold Georgia football tickets have a number of important games to look forward this season. The football team that always makes Georgia proud will be even more dedicated to winning this year. That's why you will be lucky to have Bulldogs football tickets this season as they play games against the biggest competition the NCAA can offer. If you are looking for cheap NCAA football tickets, we have many alternatives to choose from, including every game that makes up this season. Fans from across the nation can use the Georgia football schedule viewable at the top of this page to find the games they're interested in attending. To make sure that your Georgia football tickets locate you in the best part of the stadium, we hope that you'll examine the Sanford Stadium seating chart as this tool will aid you in making the best choice from all the seating possibilities around the field. Should you have any difficulties before you've finished buying your Georgia Bulldogs football tickets, you can connect with us using the chat above of call us directly. We're confident you'll find your GA Bulldogs football tickets quickly and conveniently at Vivid Seats. Thanks for stopping by!
Georgia Bulldogs Bowl Game Ticket Info
Barring no significant setbacks, it looks as though the Georgia Bulldogs should be a shoe-in for bowl game qualification this year. We’ll be right there in the postseason with a number of BCS championship tickets. Also, you can score other great bowl game tickets as well, including Outback Bowl tickets and Sugar Bowl tickets.
Key Georgia Starters Return to Pursue BCS National Championship
Though the Georgia Bulldogs finished with a 12-2 record last season, the squad was haunted by its loss to the eventual BCS National Champion, Alabama Crimson Tide, in the SEC Championship game. Nevertheless, the Dawgs secured a 45-31 victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl, and returning starters like QB Aaron Murray and RB Todd Gurley have Georgia poised to make it three SEC East titles in a row and hope to contend for a national title. In 2012, Murray emerged as one of the top QBs in the nation, throwing for 3,893 yards and 36 touchdowns, while Gurley rushed for 1,385 yards and 17 touchdowns to become Georgia’s first true-freshman running back to earn first-team All-SEC honors and just the second to eclipse 1,000 yards in UGA history. Head coach Mark Richt’s squad is returning 11 starters overall, including standouts like RB Keith Marshall, RB Isaiah Crowell, and WR Malcolm Mitchell.
The 2013 Georgia football schedule has the team starting off the season with a tough road matchup against Tajh Boyd and the Clemson Tigers on Aug. 31, and then the Bulldogs’ quest for redemption in the SEC will begin with a rivalry game inside Sanford Stadium when Jadeveon Clowney and the South Carolina Gamecocks come to Athens on Sept. 7. Fans hoping to sing “Glory, Glory” can purchase Georgia football tickets to witness the Bulldogs take on conference powerhouses like the LSU Tigers (Sept. 28), Tennessee Volunteers (Oct. 5), Florida Gators for the Okefenokee Oar (Nov. 2), and the Auburn Tigers in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry game on Nov. 16. The season will come to an end in style when the Bulldogs battle the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets for The Governor’s Cup on Nov. 30.