Inside the Huddle for the Greatest Plays in Bulldogs History

(Released Summer of 2015)

"The book is a trip down memory lane for many fans..."
WAYNE FORD, Athens Banner-Herald

"This 272 page, one-of-a-kind playbook is the best compilation of the team’s most groundbreaking plays throughout the years and is a great resource for fans who want to reflect on the Bulldogs’ unique history. A true 'must have' for any Dawgs fan!"

RHIANNON BANKESBuckHaven Lifestyle

"Overall, The Georgia Bulldog Playbook is an excellent 
book that provides an intimate look at some of the seminal moments in the history of UGA football. Impeccably researched and well-written, Garbin is able to make the reader feel as if he was actually there. More than just a jaunt down memory lane, this book is an important work that documents our beloved program’s great history and would surely make a great addition to the library of any serious Dog fan."
—STEVE HAVLIK, Bulldawg Illustrated

By Patrick Garbin; Foreword by Charley Trippi
Triumph Books
Hardback; 272 pages

For serious football fans wanting to relive the most unforgettable, extraordinary, and gut-wrenching moments in the University of Georgia’s football history, this account explores the team’s greatest plays, providing context, back story, relevant circumstances, and comments from those directly involved in each play. Photos help reanimate memories, including the “onside kick” against Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl in 1981, David Pollack’s strip of the football against South Carolina in 2002, Belue-to-Scott for 93 yards to defeat rival Florida, Fran Tarkenton’s fourth down touchdown pass in 1959, and “excessive celebration” in 2007. A one-of-a-kind book, The Georgia Bulldogs Playbook is a must-have keepsake for any fan of the school’s football team.