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WATCH: UGA’s uniform reveal left some fans with questions

The Georgia football team debuted some new uniforms on Thursday. The two new looks the Bulldogs showed off has ties to some of Georgia’s classic uniforms.

One was a black jersey with spikes on the collar and the Georgia Bulldog on the sleeve. Georgia has only once worn black jerseys in the Kirby Smart era, with that coming back in 2016 in a 35-21 win over Lousiana-Lafayette.

The other, which earned much more praise from the fan base, was a white jersey and red pants look that the Bulldogs used to wear much frequently, including during Georgia’s 1980 championship season. It is believed the last time the white jersey, red pant look was worn came against South Carolina back in 1988.

The road uniforms will be worn for only the Arkansas game. Those same uniforms also have a patch to honor the 1980 national championship team, the last time the Bulldogs won the title.

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The DawgNation team of Brandon Adams, Mike Griffith, Jeff Sentell and Connor Riley discuss the new uniforms as well as a number of different topics pertaining to the Georgia football program.

Among the other topics discussed on the broadcast:

  • The latest on the Cade Mays transfer saga
  • Which Georgia player not on an All-SEC team will end the season on one?
  • Which Georgia offensive player is most likely to make First Team All-SEC
  • How likely is that either JT Daniels or D’Wan Mathis end the season as an All-SEC player?
  • What does Georgia have to do to get more sacks?
  • How can Georgia go about joining the elite defenses when it comes to pass rushing?
  • What does the return of the Big Ten and PAC 12 mean for Georgia’s playoff chances?

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