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Georgia Changing Its Jerseys: College Football World Reacts

Nakobe Dean on the field for Georgia.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - JANUARY 10: Georgia Bulldogs ILB Nakobe Dean (17) celebrates during the Alabama Crimson Tide versus the Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff National Championship, on January 10, 2022, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The defending champions will be sporting new uniforms this season. On Thursday, Georgia's football team officially announced that it's bringing back the block numbers for its jerseys.

In the Bulldogs' announcement video, Georgia legend David Pollack came out of a portal with the new uniform on.

This might seem like a minor change to some fans, but it's very apparent that a significant portion of the college football world is thrilled that Georgia is bringing back block numbers.

"Genuinely a little disappointed in myself for how happy i am that the block numbers are back," Amanda Mull of The Athletic tweeted.

"Block numbers are back for the Dawgs and this looks soooo much better," Miles Garrett of FOX 5 Atlanta said.

"Big fan of this change," a Georgia fan tweeted. "Never liked the rounded numbers and jersey looks great with block numbers."

"Now, start selling the jerseys. Please," a second fan said.

Georgia will get to showcase its new uniforms on Sept. 3 against Oregon.

Are you a fan of Georgia's look for the 2022 season?