During the 1997 Georgia-Kentucky game, a chocolate Lab named Tubby went down in football history


On October 25, 1997, the Georgia Bulldogs played the Kentucky Wildcats at home in Athens. Mark Schlabach, now a columnist for ESPN who was covering the Bulldogs at the time, sat in the press box high above the field when the people around him started to cheer. “I looked up from my laptop in the press box and saw the dog standing at midfield.” (Garden & Gun)

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During the 1997 Georgia-Kentucky game, a chocolate Lab named Tubby went down in football history


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