Rest In Peace Que: Outpouring Of Love As University Of Georgia Mascot, Uga X, Passes Away.

Que, also known as Uga X, sticks out his tongue as he sits on the University of Georgia field. He's wearing the university's jersey.

If you’re a University of Georgia football fan, then you likely know all about their beloved bulldog mascot. They started with Uga in 1956. Ever since, the Seiler family has kept up the original Uga’s lineage, making way for Uga X. This beloved dog retired just last year. Today, it was announced that he passed away. Now, fans from all over are wishing for this dear pup to rest in peace — not only as Uga X, but his personal name, Que.


Each and every single mascot that the university has is loved dearly by fans. One thing that makes Que stand out, however, is the fact that he had the most successful run in the team’s history.

During his eight-season tenure, Georgia was 91-18, won two national championships, two SEC titles, and made seven New Year’s Six bowl appearances. Que contributed to these wins, of course, by being his adorable self on the sidelines at games.

Needless to say, fans are heartbroken over the news of the 10-year-old’s passing. Though, there is certainly comfort in knowing that he died peacefully and at home in Savannah, Georgia with the Seiler family.

Rest in Peace Que, Most Decorated Uga in Georgia University History

In order to celebrate the life of this sweet dog, fans are taking to social media. Here, they’re able to share their fondest memories of Que. Because he would always be at the games, many fans have had the opportunity to take photos with him.

Rest in peace, Que. As fans from all over take the time to honor his memory, one thing is clear: This loved dog had the chance to live a happy, fulfilling life. And although he will still be greatly missed, this is a comforting reminder. Plus, he is sure to live on in the hearts and lives of Georgia fans — and all the future Ugas to come!

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