When the Georgia Bulldogs take the field for Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship, they'll do so without their beloved mascot. Uga, who is the bulldog that serves as the team's mascot, won't make the trip to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles for the national title game.

The Seiler family, who owns "Uga X," told WTOC that they believe that the trip would be too difficult for the nine-year old bulldog named "Que." The Georgia mascot has been a member of the Seiler family for over 50 years.

Charles Seiler, who takes care of Que, did say that the trusty bulldog will be watching Georgia take on TCU from the family's home in Savannah. "Uga X" has served as Georgia's official mascot since the 2015 season.