Here’s how you can watch UGA sports for 24 hours straight

Herschel Walker runs through a huge hole. (AJC file photo)

Herschel Walker runs through a huge hole. (AJC file photo)

In a span of 24 hours, you can relive some of the greatest moments in UGA sports history.

That’s because the Georgia Bulldogs are taking over the SEC Network for 24 straight hours beginning with the 2005 SEC Championship game against LSU at midnight.

Some of the classic moments the network will show include Buck Belue’s miracle 93-yard touchdown pass to Lindsay Scott in the defining 1980 national championship season; Herschel Walker running all over Notre Dame’s defense in the 1981 Sugar Bowl; and Mike Bobo’s last-second touchdown pass against Auburn in the 1996 season, sending the game to overtime – UGA would win 56-49.

In total, the network will show seven classic Bulldogs football games, two basketball games and four documentaries – including one on Herschel Walker; Dominique Wilkins; the 2008 Men’s SEC Basketball Tournament, which was shortened due to a tornado; and former gymnastics head coach Suzanne Yoculan’s rivalry with former Alabama head coach Sarah Patterson.

Here’s the full schedule:


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