The University of Georgia has one of the premier college football programs in the nation. Last season they were expected to be a major factor in the race for a national champion, but injuries derailed what started as a promising season. The Bulldogs didn’t even have their starting quarterback, Aaron Murray, for their bowl game against Nebraska. They ultimately lost 24-19. But this season Georgia is once again expected to be a major player, and Georgia football tickets have seen a big premium on the secondary market because of it.
Currently Georgia football tickets are the second most expensive in the nation with a $236.72 average. The only team with a more expensive ticket average is Notre Dame with a $252.25 average. That means Georgia football tickets are even more expensive than Alabama, despite the Crimson Tide’s recent dominance in the sport.
Ticket sales certainly got a boost based on the Georgia football schedule within the SEC. The SEC is broken into an Eastern and Western division, and the teams only crossover divisions for two games a year. One team is a regularly scheduled opponent, and one rotates. Georgia regularly plays Auburn, last season’s SEC champion. That game is the second most expensive on the Georgia football schedule with Georgia football tickets currently averaging $338.24.
The most expensive game on the Georgia football schedule is their first game of the season against ACC member Clemson. Last season Georgia lost 38-35, but this year the game is in Georgia. Georgia football tickets are averaging $352.83 for the game. But those two aren’t the only tough games on the Georgia football schedule. The Bulldogs will also play Missouri, Florida, and South Carolina. Those three teams are the most likely challenger to Georgia in the East division.
Even some of the lesser matchups on the Georgia football schedule have high average ticket prices. Both their game against Tennessee and Georgia Tech are averaging over $200 a ticket. The game against Tennessee is currently at $241.01 and the game against state rival Georgia Tech is at $250.98.
The Top 25 has yet to be released for the upcoming season, but the consensus among prognosticators is that Georgia should be favored in the East. They’re also likely to snag a ranking in the top 10. That’s even with Murray now in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs. A big reason for the optimism surround Georgia is the return of star running back Todd Gailey. He was a possible Heisman Trophy candidate based on his production, but the Bulldogs lost him fairly early to injury, arguably the biggest hit the team took all season.
Last season was a bit of a disappointment for Georgia based on preseason expectations. But good programs retool fast, and the Bulldogs are once again a presumed favorite in the East division of the SEC. It’s one of the reasons Georgia currently has one of the highest ticket averages in the entire nation.
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Georgia Bulldogs News
9-2-15: The Georgia Bulldogs announced a new starting Quarterback for the team on Monday as Greyson Lambert will be at center winning the starting job over Brice Ramsey and Faton Bauta. The Bulldogs kick off their 2015 campaign at home against the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks
12-1-14: The Bulldogs took a three point lead with 18 seconds left in regulation against Georgia Tech
Saturday but then gave up a 53-yard field goal to force overtime. Hutson Mason was then intercepted after the Yellow Jackets had taken the lead, causing the Bulldogs to lose 30-24 in overtime. Nick Chubb ran for 129 yards for his seventh consecutive 100 yard game. Georgia will await their opponent for a bowl game.
11-24-14: Georgia cruised past its FCS opponent Charleston Southern 55-9. They gained 580 yards while
holding the Buccaneers to 211. Hutson Mason was 10 of 12 passes for 187 yards and three
touchdowns. Nick Chubb ran for 113 yards and two scores. The true freshman has run for 1,152
yards this season, and has sixth straight 100-yard rushing games. Georgia plays Georgia Tech
11-10-14: The Bulldogs responded to last week's loss to Florida in impressive fashion, blowing out
Kentucky on the road 63-31. The Georgia offense was excellent, gaining 559 yards and
converting all eight of their third downs to score their most points in SEC play in over 10 years.
Hutson Mason threw for four touchdowns, and Nick Chubb added 170 rushing yards and a score.
Georgia rushed for 305 yards total in the game. They have big matchup this week was they host
10-31-14: The Bulldogs gave up 418 rushing yards total in a 38-20 defeat to Florida Saturday in Jacksonville. Nick Chubb ran for 156 yards and a touchdown. Hutson Mason threw for 319 yards and a touchdown. However, Georgia's inability to defend the run was the difference in the game. The Bulldogs play Kentucky this week.
10-27-14: The Bulldogs had a bye this week that came after two very impressive road wins, at Missouri and Arkansas. Freshman running back Nick Chubb has run for 345 yards and three touchdowns in place of Todd Gurley, who is still suspended. Georgia's defense has two shutouts this season and ranks 16th nationally in total defense. They will travel to Jacksonville this week to play the Florida Gators.
10-20-14: The Bulldogs had another impressive road performance Saturday at Arkansas, beating the Razorbacks 45-32. Freshman running back Nick Chubb ran for 202 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries. Hutson Mason had 179 passing yards and two touchdowns. Chris Conley had five catches for 128 yards and a TD. The Dawgs defense allowed four touchdowns but looked solid. AP No. 9 Georgia has a bye this week.
10-15-14: The Bulldogs made a major statement with their 34-0 win at Missouri this past weekend. With Todd Gurley suspended indefinitely, Georgia turned to freshman running back Nick Chubb. Chubb carried the ball 38 times for 143 yards and a touchdown. QB Hutson Mason was 22 of 28 for 156 yards and a TD. The Dawgs didn't commit a turnover and forced five Missouri turnovers. They picked off Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk four times. Georgia travels to Fayetteville this weekend to play Arkansas.
10-6-14: Georgia used a 21-point first quarter to cruise to an easy 44-17 win over Vanderbilt. Todd Gurley had another big day rushing for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Chubb added 78 yards and a rushing TD. Quarterback Hutson Mason was 11 of 17 for 121 yards and two TDs. The Bulldogs had a good defensive performance holding Vandy to just 320 yards. The Bulldogs hit the road as they travel to Columbia to play Missouri this week.
10-1-14: The Bulldogs rallied from a 10-0 hole this past Saturday against Tennessee, and used a late defensive touchdown en route to 35-32 victory over the Vols. Georgia avoided their first 0-2 start in conference play since 2010. Todd Gurley carried Georgia, finishing with 208 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. The Bulldogs will need better play from their quarterback and defense if they want a prayer in the SEC. Georgia QB Hutson Mason struggled, completing just 16 of 25 passes for 147 yards and a TD. He threw for two interceptions as well. Georgia hosts Vanderbilt this weekend.
9-22-14: After the drama of last week's loss at South Carolina, Georgia had them an easy nonconference game in the form of winless Troy. The Bulldogs won 66-0 and gained 547 yards and posted its first shutout win since blanking Auburn in 2012. Freshman running back Sony Michel rushed 10 times for 155 yards and three touchdowns. Heisman hopeful Todd Gurley got only six carries for 73 yards. They play Tennessee this week.
9-15-14: When you have a Heisman hopeful in running back Todd Gurley you give him the ball whenever you can. Georgia didn’t abide by this rule in their 38-35 loss to rival South Carolina. The Bulldogs had a first-and-goal on the Gamecocks' 4 yard line down three points with a little over five minutes remaining. Hand the ball off to Gurley. Instead, Hutson Mason was called for intentional grounding to set Georgia back Marshall Morgan missed a 28-yard field goal.
Gurley ran for 131 yards and a touchdown, but the Gamecocks kept the Bulldogs' star from making a bigger impact. Georgia hosts Troy this coming weekend.
9-9-14: The UGA Bulldogs enjoyed some rest between their season-opening win over Clemson and next week's SEC showdown at South Carolina. Georgia has lost their last two games at Williams-Brice Stadium, losing 35-7 in 2012 and falling 17-6 there in 2010. Mark Richt’s squad has managed just 13.2 points per game in their last nine trips to Columbia. On the flipside, Georgia has recorded 27.5 points per game in home matchups with the Gamecocks during that span.
9-4-14: Expectations in Athens are now through the roof after Georgia’s 45-21 win over Clemson last Saturday. Todd Gurley is a man amongst boys. Gurley, who was already among the early candidates for the Heisman, set a school record with 293 all-purpose yards. That included a 100-yard kickoff return, which marked the turning point of the game. He rushed for 198 yards and three scores. The Bulldog defense dominated Clemson too. Georgia has a bye this week.
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