5 Must-Own Items for Georgia Bulldog Fans

Here are five great ways for Georgia fans to show their college pride

Georgia and Florida have long been connected through college football. Whether it's the annual World's Largest Cocktail Party in Jacksonville against the dreaded Florida Gators or the divided fanbase along the state borders, college football is a passion for fans in both states.

With two Heisman Trophy winners and six national championships since their inaugural season in 1892, the University of Georgia has given its fans plenty to cheer about. Until the next title run, here are five fun items for Bulldog fans to add to their collection.

Georgia Bulldog Folding Chair

Georgia Bulldog Folding Chair
Afternoons outside Sanford Stadium can be scorchers in the fall. Take a load off before or after finishing off Georgia Tech with this portable folding chair. This beauty has two cup holders so there's plenty of room for celebratory brews.Amazon

Georgia Bulldog Collapsible Table

Georgia Bulldog Collapsible Table
This red and black table collapses quicker than the Tennessee Vols defense. The lightweight design means it'll slip into the trunk for easy tailgating. We'll let you figure the four cup holders part for yourself.Amazon

Friends Don't Let Friends Wear Orange T-Shirt

Georgia Bulldog rivalry shirt
Oh, burn! We're betting this rivalry T-shirt is popular on gameday - there are a lot of orange-clad SEC fans out there. Yup, we're looking at you, Florida, Tennessee and Auburn! (Feeling picked on, Gator fans? Don't worry - there's a UF version for you too.)Amazon

Dawg-opoly

Dawg-opoly Georgia Bulldog boardgame
Forget about Park Place - you can buy Sanford Stadium here for a reasonable price. This Georgia-themed Monopoly game board includes college-themed player tokens - an alarm clock, pencil, gym shoe, bicycle and graduation cap.- along with Athens landmarks for a truly authentic Georgia experience.Amazon

Georgia Bulldog Mini Helmet

Georgia Bulldog Mini Helmet
Ever curious why the Green Bay Packers and Georgia Bulldogs helmet logos look so familiar? The famous "G" design originated with the NFL's Packers in 1961. Legendary coach Vince Dooley changed the Bulldogs helmets from silver to red in 1963 and added a slightly-different "G" logo, but only after getting official permission from the Packers. Celebrate the history with this official Georgia Bulldogs mini helmet - the perfect size for autographs from Dawg greats.Amazon
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