A lot Georgia fans showed up, watched their Bulldogs spank Vanderbilt 30-6, and lit up the stadium..
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A lot Georgia fans showed up, watched their Bulldogs spank Vanderbilt 30-6, and lit up the stadium...
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Dude to the right of the girl in white looks like a young Cousin Eddy (National Lampoon's Vacation).
Reply13 months
Yeah, that is pretty damn strong.
Reply13 months
Girl in the white :smokin:
Reply13 months
When your last and only NC was 39 years ago a win over vandy is a big deal...think of all the $ they have saved going to non major bowls (unlike UF, UA, Auburn LSU etc) over the past 36 years...without H Walker they are basically Miss St in football
Reply13 months
There's always an arse in the crowd.
13 months
Don’t worry we will show y’all dawgs how to whip up some longhorns
Reply13 months
Legit question: Why does UGA travel so well?
Reply13 months
UGA alumni live all over the place. This certainly helps...
13 months
Nashville is 2 seconds from Georgia and I imagine cheap tickets were not hard to come by.
13 months
This was more of an anomaly. First game of the season on a three day weekend. Nashville is a great town and a lot of us made it a mini vacation. If the game was played in October like it usually is, you wouldn't see this many fans.
13 months
Very gay
Reply13 months
It’s like that time they came to Tiger Stadium but instead of them lighting up the stadium we lit their asses up.
Reply13 months
It's what we do. DawgNation travels.
Reply13 months
Dawg nation got ahit pushed in. In Baton Rouge
13 months
SHIT
13 months
Also losing to Alabama.
13 months
Badass
Reply13 months
Interestingly worded title
Reply13 months
Words good with Larry
13 months
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