Georgia Is Switching Out Bulldog Mascots
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia announced on Thursday that after 38 games their mascot bulldog Uga IX, is retiring mid-season and will be getting replaced by another English bulldog named Uga X. Per UGA President Jere W. Morehead...
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“Uga is cherished by University of Georgia fans worldwide. We are grateful for Russ’s dedicated service, and we look forward to welcoming Que as our new mascot.”
Uga X will debut on November 21st during the Bulldogs' game against Georgia Southern.
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It's sad that this dog will have a better retirement than I will.
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He's taking a play from the OBC's play book and quitting mid-season!
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They should switch to an American Pit Bull.

They're much better looking dogs and much more intimidating.
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At least they could retire this one instead of another premature burial.
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Bulldogs are ugly and unintimidating. I'd punt that smooshed-faced chode off the top deck.
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That dog looks like it has more miles on it than Lindsey Lohan.
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Yeah cause new tigers are easy to come by.
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they sure go through a lot of dogs
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"Preferably one that likes to go to football games."

What kind of tiger "likes" to go to football games.
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GFY
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UGA has the right idea. After this season, it's time to find a new Mike. Preferably one that likes to go to football games.
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As an English Bulldog owner, I have to give Georgia credit. That is a good looking dog.
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