We have our own stock of tickets available, which allows us to charge less than our competitors. You won't find lower prices on Dawgs tickets, period.
New Orleans, Louisiana (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
The Georgia Bulldogs, led by 13-year head coach Mark Richt, finished the 2012 season ranked fourth in the Associated Press, and should enter 2013 as one of the favorites for the national championship. After several sub par seasons, the Bulldogs have bounced back in a big way the last two years, and their popularity among college football fans is surging again.
According to Big Will Tickets marketing manager, Andrew Parrone, Georgia Bulldogs football tickets were one of the company’s best sellers a season ago.
“Georgia’s average home attendance ranked eighth in the country last year,” Parrone said, “and Bulldogs’ fans always do a great job packing Sanford Stadium year after year.”
Big Will is one of the top ticket brokers in the South, and is unique in the fact that they hold their own inventory of college football tickets, and do not have to purchase them from secondary sources.
“We have our own stock of tickets available, which allows us to charge less than our competitors. You won't find lower prices on Dawgs tickets, period." Andrew said.
The Bulldogs have a ton of talent returning, particularly on the offensive side of the ball, and should be able to make another run at both the SEC and BCS titles in 2013.
QB Aaron Murray spurned the NFL Draft to return to Georgia for one more season as the starting signal caller. Murray enjoyed perhaps the finest season ever for a Bulldogs quarterback, completing 64.5 percent of his passes for 3,893 yards, 36 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions. He should set the SEC career marks in both passing yardage and touchdowns this season, and will go down as one of the best players in UGA history.
There might not be a better running back tandem in the entire country than the one the Dawgs feature, as sophomore sensations Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall return for their second season in Athens. The dynamic duo combined for over 2,100 yards and 25 touchdowns on the ground, and should only get better with a full year of experience under their belts.
The biggest challenge will be on the defensive side of the ball, where the Bulldogs have to replace All-American OLB Jarvis Jones, ILB Alec Ogletree, DT John Jenkins, SS Shawn Williams and FS Bacarri Rambo. However, defensive coordinator Todd Grantham has done a tremendous job in his time in Athens, and should be able to field a quality defense in 2013. DE Garrison Smtih, LB Jordan Jenkins and CB Damian Swann in particular seem poised for breakout seasons this year.
Big Will Tickets is a family owned and operated ticket broker specializing in college football tickets, direct sales to the fans. Tickets are always 100% guaranteed, shipped and tracked via FedEx. To purchase tickets, visit BigWillTickets.com or call direct: 800-705-4849