A bill passed by the Georgia legislature last month that would allow athletes in the state including those at UGA to be paid for the use of their name, image or likeness awaits Gov. The firm, headed by a former vice president of business and legal affairs for the NFL Players Association, is already preparing UGA athletes to understand NIL policies and to monetize their intellectual property. They are doing that through workshops over the next year on personal branding and business formation and opportunities with social media posts, autographs, personal appearances, camps, clinics and such merchandise as T-shirts and bobbleheads. With an expectation that the Georgia bill will become law, UGA athletes will be prepared to make money off their name, image and likeness for non-university entities while being protected under NCAA rules.
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The Uga mascots started in when Seiler brought a bulldog that was given to him as a wedding present  by Frank Heard to Georgia's first home game of the season. Afterwards, head coach Wally Butts asked his permission to use the dog as Georgia's mascot, and around the same time a University of Georgia Law School fellow student and friend, Billy Young, suggested that he name it Uga, a play on the common abbreviation of the University of Georgia, UGA. Even to this day, Uga is owned by the Seiler family, who take care of him when he isn't acting as the mascot on the field. They also transport him to and from the events he attends as mascot. Traditionally, the current Uga is present at every Georgia Bulldogs home football game, many away games, and other University-related functions and sports events, and usually wears a spiked collar and red jersey with varsity letter.
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