Georgia Bulldogs Mascot Uga X, Known Fondly As Que, Passed Away Last Night As The Most Decorated Uga Of All-Time

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Last night, a Georgia football legend passed away peacefully in his sleep.

It wasn’t a former player or coach, but rather one of the linage of English Bulldogs that grace the sidelines at every Bulldogs game in support of their team.

Georgia Athletics took to X to announce the news, saying that Uga X, known as Que, passed away at the age of 10 years old.

Que was formally brought on as the university’s mascot in 2015 and proudly served the school until his retirement in 2022.

He left as the most decorated mascot in school history, overseeing the Georgia football dynasty that lead to back-to-back national championships, two SEC titles, and victories in the Rose, Sugar, Peach, and Orange Bowls.

He was also part of one of the most legendary mascot meetings of all-time when Bevo, the Texas Longhorn, took a charge at Que. Like the badass he was, he dodged the attack with no problem, proving that it truly is the size of the fight in the dog, not the size of the dog fighting a longhorn that counts.

Tributes have been pouring in from fans as they mourn the loss of this iconic mascot.

The post from the University summed it up best…

“He will always be remembered as a Damn Good Dawg.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock