ATHENS, Ga. - It’s no secret that University of Georgia fans are some of the most loyal in the country, so to hear that Bulldog fans are traveling in masses to the Rose Bowl is no surprise.
ESPN College Gameday analyst Kirk Herbstreit tweeted Monday night that he’s hearing from his sources at the Rose Bowl that UGA fans are “coming in full force.”
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The college football expert issued a warning to Oklahoma fans.
He said they better start considering the trip to avoid a “road-game atmosphere.”
By the way hearing from the folks at the @rosebowlgame that the @FootballUGA fans are coming full force. @OU_Football fans better considering the trip to avoid “road” game atmosphere. UGA fans will travel anywhere in masses.— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) December 5, 2017
Channel 2 Sports Director Zach Klein said he anticipates a similar situation to when Georgia played at Notre Dame earlier this season.
An estimated 30,000 Georgia fans made the trip to South Bend and took over Notre Dame Stadium after the Bulldogs’ victory.
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