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Sanford just got louder for Notre Dame game
So I am excited and I'm gonna tell you why even though noone will probably give a rat's you know what. I have wanted to experience sanford stadium for as long as I can remember. So has my dad. But we are working class folk and could never justify the expense.
I had always avoided G-day because even though it is free I did'nt want to ruin the experience with A glorified scrimmage. I finally decided that I will never get to A good game so I might as well do Gday. When I arrived at work my dad told me he had won employee of the month. The company gives that employee 4 tickets to a sporting event within A given budget. We always choose braves because the company has 4 seats in the delta club. He seemed dissapointed and told me he had asked for UGA Vs ND, but they told him it was out of budget. I wanted to cry. Grown man cry. Then he broke out in A huge smile and said she called him back and told him if he was ok with 2 then they had 2 lower level 25 yd line tickets for him. Sorry for the ridiculously long post I am just so excited I'm almost light headed. There is no way I'll have a voice after this game.