This Georgia Football Flag Design Concept Looks Great

This Georgia Bulldogs college football flag design concept looks great.
This Georgia Bulldogs college football flag design concept looks great. / Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Few sports fans are as loyal and passionate as those in college football. With the dedication to their teams and the passion in heated rivalries, there's a reason fan bases are often referred to as "nations."

With that kind of pride rampant throughout the most competitive college football programs, sometimes it feels like a flag is the only thing missing from these being real nations.

That being said, Reddit user u/toms47 made this leap by designing college football battle flags that could represent the 14 SEC universities on the gridiron, all of which are inspired by defining and iconic traits behind each school and its respective home.

Georgia Football Flag Concept

Georgia Bulldogs Football Flag Design
Georgia Bulldogs Football Flag Design / imgur/UniversityFlags

According to u/toms47, the chevron symbol in the center is borrowed from Lyman Hall's coat of arms, which was named in honor of one of the school's founders, while the three pillars below it are taken from the arch found in the school's seal. Although they may look like additional margins, the black bars on either side of this flag are intended to represent the black found in the university's actual flag.

Barring any potential scheduling delays brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bulldogs are still set to return to action Monday, Sept. 7, eyeing a 2020 season-opening matchup against the Virginia Cavaliers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Even with a couple to go until this meeting, Georgia has already opened as an early 17.5-point favorite over the Cavaliers, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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