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December 20, 2007

Albany -- Bulldog fans got a chance to get their presents signed by a University of Georgia legend.

The Albany Bulldog Club hosted a signing event with Vince Dooley. Fans lined up as Dooley signed everything from hats to books to limited edition posters.

Dooley said he was glad to return to south Georgia where he has so many fans.  

"Albany has been a place that I come to many years, every year for 40 years I guess, so it's great to come back, see old friends, and see new Bulldogs that have come along over a period of at least one or two generations," Dooley says.  

Dooley signed autographs for three and a half hours at Phoebe Northwest.