Vince Dooley update: Daughter shares latest on former Georgia coach, AD – Saturday Down South

  • October 11, 2022

Reports surfaced Saturday that former Georgia head football coach and athletic director Vince Dooley was in the hospital over the weekend.
It appears, however, that Dooley has fully recovered after contracting COVID-19.
Dooley’s daughter, Deanna, provided an update Monday, saying that her father had been released from the hospital and that he was doing “so much better.”
Good news to pass along. Former Georgia football coach Vince Dooley was released from the hospital today after a bout with COVID, according to his daughter Deanna. She says he's "doing so much better."
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) October 10, 2022

The 90-year-old Dooley was the Bulldogs’ head football coach from 1964-88.
He compiled a 201-77-10 record in his 25 seasons on the sidelines and suffered only 1 losing season in his career (1977).
Dooley most notably led Georgia to the 1980 national championship.
He also served as the Bulldogs’ athletic director from 1979-2003.
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This is great news.
Best wishes
Good to hear indeed.
Mr cheater himself, I don’t have much use for him.
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