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Governor Kemp hopeful Georgia football 'back to normal' with full stadiums, tailgating
Georgia football fans had a tough fight to obtain tickets to the annual G-Day Game spring scrimmage, which took place in front of a limited and socially-distanced crowd Saturday afternoon. However, Georgia governor Brian Kemp believes those restrictions could be a thing of the past the next time UGA fans get