Watch: Terry Hoage was a Georgia Bulldogs great


Unbeaten Georgia will be tested by Auburn Saturday.

The Dogs have a stout defense but the Tigers can throw the ball pretty well.

Georgia fans would probably like to have Terry Hoage back on the field for this one.

Hoage, one of Georgia’s all-time greats, was a two-time All-American at safety. He had a remarkable 12 interceptions in 1982.

Take a look at the video above of Hoage’s exploits for the red and black.

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