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Which game should I go to?

Bulldawg1129Bulldawg1129 Posts: 37 ✭✭✭ Junior

Hey y'all! Happy to be here. I'm a current UGA grad student and I try to go to one away game every season. My first year I went to Georgia Tech, last year I went to the Oregon game in ATL. This year, I'd like to try something new. I'm torn between Vanderbilt and the Tennessee game. I've never been to Nashville, but I also know that the Vandy game will probably be a snooze fest. I'd love y'all's feedback on where I should go this season. Thanks and go dawgs!


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    TurkDawgTurkDawg Posts: 1,613 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited July 2023

    Nashville is a more interesting place and easy to get a ticket. I went there to see the Dawgs play in 2005.

    Another plus for Vandy is the autumn 🍂 leaves in mid October. Should be a beautiful drive.

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    BumBum Posts: 2,401 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Out of those two, Tennessee for sure. They will at least be competitive and Knoxville is a sneaky cool town.

    Other than those, I heard Mike Griffith say UGA plays an away game every year in JAX. It sounds weird. Might wanna check it out.

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    christopheruleschristopherules Posts: 15,132 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited July 2023

    @Bulldawg1129 Which ever one that you decide? It ought to be pretty awesome. The away game at Tennessee in Knoxville could be the closest game to being actually competitive although the mid to later in November might be colder, raining, or maybe both?, and the Florida game in JAX would be really fun (and a usually it is a warm day more often it is so, than it is not) and also you’ll get to watch Georgia just crush the Swamp Lizards over the Halloween weekend. While the mid October game at Vanderbilt there in Nashville will have the changing Autumn trees, which also the city of Nashville has the nickname of being a “Nash-Vegas” - so you have some great choices / decisions to make!!! Let all of us know which one that you decide on??? GO DAWGS!!!

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