Dan Magill's Bull-Doggerel: Fifty Years of Anecdotes from the Greatest Bulldog Ever
Dan Magill's Bull-Doggerel: Fifty Years of Anecdotes from the Greatest Bulldog Ever by Dan Magill
Treat yourself to t he wit, wisdom, and wonderful storytelling of legendary late raconteur Dan Magill. In Bull-Doggerel, the longtime UGA sports information director culls from his fifty years on the Athens campus the best stories about the funniest and most fascinating characters to cross his path.
From the earliest heroes of UGA athletics -- like War Eagle Ketron and Bob McWhorter -- up to contemporary players like Buck Belue and Herschel Walker, Magill offers insights, highlights, and anecdotes you're not likely to have heard before. (Like when Herschel's English teacher asked which students planned to attend class the Friday before the Georgia-Florida game, and only Herschel raised his hand.)
The coaches get their share of attention, too, with great stories about such stalwarts as Harry Mehre, Bill Hartman, Wallace Butts, and even "St. Vincent" himself. . . Dan Magill's Bull-Doggerel is a book all Georgia faithful will cherish -- a half-century of memories from the liveliest, wittiest wordsmith ever to hail the Red and Black.