Garrett Keanable opened the scoring for the Bulldogs with a 12 yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
Jeff Phillips added another score in the second quarter on a 39 yard TD reception from quarterback Lacey Herring.
In the third quarter, Derek Broome returned a fumble 46 yards, giving North Georgia their third touchdown of the game.
Anthony Hiles punched the ball in with a 3 yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
The defense again played well, holding the Eagles to only 140 total yards and seven points.
“Brandon Ridgeway played awesome on defense, the line was solid, and the defensive backs were lights out,” said Coach Mark Bramblett.
The offense managed 340 yards of total offense.
“The offense drove the ball well, especially in the first half,” said Bramblett. “We had total control of the game with an old school style of grinding it out.”
The Eagles played one of their best games of the season. The new team showed vast improvements.
“They made a lot of changes and became a great team that will do well in the USFL,” said North Georgia owner Kacee Smith. “For a first year program I think they are doing well.”
The Bulldogs will take on the Tennessee Crush this Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for kids between the ages of five and 10. Kids under five gets in free. More details of the game will be available online at www.calhountimes.com and in the Saturday edition of the Calhoun Times.