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UGA Going To Allow Fans At Games.... At Least Some

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SEC Football is holding strong to playing out their 10 game conference only schedule. UGA just announced that fans will be allowed too, at Sanford Stadium.

Georgia just announced today (Wed.) they will allow 20-25% capacity at home games in the stadium. 92,746 is full capacity for the Dawgs but only about 24,000 fans will be allowed and precautions taken to keep them socially distant.

They will only play 4 home games with the first against Auburn Oct. 3rd. Then, the remaining 3 will be Tennessee on Oct. 10, Mississippi State on Nov. 21 and Vanderbilt on Dec. 5.

The only away game that tickets will be available for is the annual Georgia-Florida game on Nov. 7th, in Jacksonville.

With such limited ticketing, "It was important for us early on that we maintained the student section [so] their footprint was not affected," Georgia senior deputy athletic director Josh Brooks said. They are cutting the number of students tickets to 3,000 though, and only allowing Hartman Fund donors who are also season ticket holders to buy the remaining at $150/piece. Plus, they will only be sold in block of 4 or less for social distancing purposes.

Masks will also be required while entering and exiting the stadium.

Regardless of the new rules... I'm READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!!

The Dawgs will kick off their season in Arkansas on Sept. 26th. Goooooo DAWGS! SIC Em'!

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