Georgia Football: There’s Never Been a Better Time to be a Bulldog Football Fan

If there’s ever been a better time to be a Georgia Football fan, I don’t know when it was.

Whether you agree or not, a strong case can be made that Georgia has a steady head coach at the helm, tons of talented youngsters and a heck of a recruiting class on the way.  We’re heading into the offseason, but before we get there we get to watch the Dawgs take on two of the more hated figures in the Peach State—Bobby Petrino and Todd Grantham.  What’s not to like?

And even if you cling to prior periods of dominance, it’s never been easier to access those memories than it is now.  After all, The UGA Vault has been updated to take you on a stroll down Memory Lane with no more than the swipe of a finger.

For those who have read our site or listened to our podcast for a while, this may not seem like a big deal.  We talk about The Vault all the time.  But for the new readers out there (and we have quite a few), it’s time you learn about our sponsor.

I downloaded The UGA Vault several years back because the iPhone app promised to bring the greatest highlights in Georgia’s storied history to my fingertips.  I paid $9.99 for it.  In retrospect, I’d gladly pay double for the app.

But a lot has changed since then.

  • First and foremost, The UGA Vault is now completely free.
  • Secondly, The UGA Vault has more content than ever before, including recent highlights.
  • Thirdly, The UGA Vault has added a host of mini-documentaries and expanded upon its content offering.
  • Finally (and most recently), The UGA Vault has undergone a massive update to make use more functional.


So even if you’re a long-time UGA Vault user, check it out, get the update and explore.  And for what it’s worth, you should know that we’re not paid by the download or by the click.  Financially speaking, we don’t benefit in any way from you downloading The UGA Vault.  But the fine folks with National Collegiate Sports Archives (the company that created and maintains The UGA and The Auburn Vault, not associated with the NCAA!!!) want this app to spring-board a broader initiative to work with other schools.  Give the app a try, and I think you’ll see why.

Additionally, I think you stand to gain a lot from The Vault as a Georgia fan.  You can search for highlights, interviews and documentaries by player name, opposition, coaching era, etc.  Want to watch highlights of Frank Sinkwich’s Heisman season in 1942?  You can do that.  Want to watch highlights of Georgia against Bobby Petrino’s Arkansas squads?  You can do that.  And if you don’t find the clip you’re looking for, you can submit it and they’ll get it together.

So download The UGA Vault for free right here on Android or iOS.  You’ll thank us later, and you’ll remember that being a Bulldog is a blessing.  In the meantime, enjoy this UGA Vault exclusive on the meaning of history.

History_11-11-14.mp4 from The UGA Vault on Vimeo.


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About dudeyoucrazy

College Football Writer

Posted on December 9, 2014, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, The UGA Vault. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thomas Brown UGA

    Ha ha. Lost 3 of the last 4 bowl games. Averaging MORE than 4 games a year lost for the latest 7 years. Recruiting is great, but boy howdy do they stay in trouble with 15 arrested/suspended/kicked-off just in 2014 alone. # 20 in won/lost latest 7-year period – the 2nd half of the Mark Richt era. 10 of 33 games won vs teams who made any top 25 poll latest 7 years. Lost 8 games the latest 7 years against unranked teams. That about cover it ?

  2. Its great if you like rooting for a loser year after year.

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