There's nothing like a Georgia game day at Sanford Stadium. The grass is a deep green, the numbers perfectly aligned and painted and the famed hedges are trimmed neatly.
Uga's house is sitting stately near the visitor's section with the air conditioner humming. Near the main gate, the Uga shrine stands. Guarded by a bigger than life statue of Uga, the marble wall contains a plaque to commemorate each of the Uga's who came before.
Every thing sitting patiently, waiting for the fans. As game time nears, the over 92,000 fans who have arrived, begin to make their way toward their seats. The Georgia Redcoat Marching Band, the beautiful national champion majorettes and the cheerleaders perform flawless routines on the field.
Closer to game time now, it's the Battle Hymn Soloist, playing the stirring rendition in the upper reaches of the stadium. Next, it's the recorded voice of Larry Munson narrating the pre-game video clip of past legends and current stars who will bring a tear to a Bulldog fan's eye.
It's all this and a hundred other little things that make the tradition-rich experience of Georgia football like no other.
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