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Retired athletic directory and legendary Georgia football coach Vince Dooley was at the forefront of creating some of the Bulldogs' strongest traditions. Dooley developed the oval "G" that has been the official helmet logo for the team and reinstated the "silver britches" during what turned out to be the team's national championship season. Read what Dooley and other Georgia greats like Zeke Bratkowski, Fran Tarkenton, Herschel Walker and Champ Bailey think is so special about being a Bulldog.
About the Author
Tony Barnhart is a college sports reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He has been named the Georgia Sportswriter of the Year, is a past president of the Atlantic Coast Sports Writers Association and the Football Writers Association of America, and is on the board of directors for the United States Basketball Writers Association. He is also the Georgia regional voting director for the Heisman Trophy and the John Wooden Award. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Vince Dooley is the former head football coach for the University of Georgia and the athletic director. Among his honors and awards, he has been inducted into both the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. Mark Richt is the head football coach at the Univeristy of Georgia. He is formerly an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for Florida State University. They both live in Athens, Georgia.