How bad are things at Georgia?
So bad, you can sit in the lower level for a home football game for under 20 dollars. That’s absurd. You can get a seat for cheaper than you can park. You can get a seat for cheaper than you can buy a KSR Football Tee from Kentucky Branded to wear to the game. You can get a seat for cheaper than you can buy a pint of Maker’s and a handful of Fireball minis to sneak into the game so you’re drunk enough to storm the field when Patrick Towles hits Garrett Johnson for the game-winning touchdown. What a deal, man. What a deal.
A quick glance at StubHub.com shows lower level sideline tickets for as low as 16 dollars. That too much? Okay, if you don’t mind sitting higher, you can get in the building for eight bucks. That’s unheard of for a Georgia football game in November.
So, if you’re within a reasonable driving distance of Athens, you should really consider making the trip to cheer on the Wildcats. The hotel situation is still a mess, so I don’t think you can pull off an entire weekend on a budget, but it’s more than doable if you can get in and out on Saturday.
Get in there, BBN. Hell, I’ll buy your ticket if you can assure me you’ll make some noise.