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Georgia-Clemson opener to be at full capacity, per Carolina Panthers team president

SystemSystem Posts: 4,306 admin
edited May 2021 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia-Clemson opener to be at full capacity, per Carolina Panthers team president

Georgia football will open the season against Clemson at Bank of America Stadium. The game will be played in front of a capacity crowd.

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  • E_RocE_Roc Posts: 826 ✭✭✭✭ Senior
    edited May 2021

    I keep seeing this game described as "possibly" being a top 5 matchup, as though the pollsters will probably have both teams in the top 10, and might dare to go as far as to put both in the top 5. I get that it's not official until the rankings come out, but come on. We can reasonably assume this is going to be a top 5 matchup. Treating it like an outside chance comes across more as oblivious or coy than level-headed.

    If you treat it like an expected top 5 matchup and one of them weirdly ends up at #6 or something, who's going to care that a perfectly reasonable prediction was slightly off? Just call it like you (should) see it, don't make any rash guarantees, and you'll be fine.

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