SEC Football Spirit and Traditions

Nov 20 2012

by Cheri Leavy

My husband Vance and I put together a UGA Bulldog publication, Bulldawg Illustrated as well as its website We just launched a network like The Southern Coterie to unite the Bulldawg Nation at I tell you all this so you know that I am an SEC Football junkie. I live for the fall and the fellowship and pageantry affiliated with our league.

With nearly half of the top twenty teams in the BCS in week 13 coming out of the SEC, we continue to prove we are the premiere league in the land.

1 Notre Dame 11-0
2 Alabama 10-1
3 Georgia 10-1
4 Florida 10-1
5 Oregon 10-1
6 Kansas State 10-1
7 LSU 9-2
8 Stanford 9-2
9 Texas A&M 9-2
10 Florida State 10-1
11 Clemson 10-1
12 South Carolina 9-2
13 Oklahoma 8-2
14 Nebraska 9-2
15 Oregon State 8-2
16 Texas 8-2
17 UCLA 9-2
18 Rutgers 9-1
19 Michigan 8-3
20 Louisville 9-1

It is not just that we are winners that led me to create a series on The Southern Coterie’s tumblr account Sports Saturday: SEC Traditions. It is the fact that the fall brings together family and friends in such a special way and I wanted to spotlight some of the long standing traditions of the SEC. Please enjoy the spotlights and share your team’s traditions I may have missed. Keep up with the series every Saturday til the season ends.


The Elephant Story at Bama

Uga at Georgia

The Anchor at Vanderbilt

Aubie at Auburn

Albert and Alberta at Florida

Smokie at Tennessee

Check out this feature we recently did in Bulldawg Illustrated showing off the spirit of our cheerleaders, Redcoat Band and Majorettes. It is inspiring the amount of time and hard work they put into supporting the team and fans!


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Cheri Leavy is a connector, cheerleader and marketing consultant for fellow entrepreneurs.
Building rapport and strengthening a sense of community:
• A community of female entrepreneurs through the The Southern Coterie and The Southern C Summit
• The faces and places of Athens that make our city so vibrant through guide2athens
• A community of devoted football fans through Bulldawg Illustrated
- Contributing editor to Coastal Illustrated, Executive Board Member of the UGA Alumni Association

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