Get ready, #DawgNation.
— Georgia Bulldogs (@UGAAthletics) November 10, 2018
Today’s the day Georgia takes on the Auburn Tigers in the 122nd meeting of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. Georgia gets its second night game of the season, and what perfect time than against the Tigers. With the ideal scenario, I challenge the Bulldog nation to do these three things.
1: Wear Black
Despite head coach Kirby Smart saying that there wouldn’t be blackout, that doesn’t mean the fans shouldn’t wear it. 11 years ago, Georgia donned the jerseys for the first time. This game instantly became one of my favorite memories as a Georgia fan. I remember seeing the entire stadium as a sea of black instead of red. It was epic. Georgia fans need to layer up for the cold weather and wear that black. As a fan group, Dawg Nation needs to get together, and all show up in black.
2: Get There Early
3: Put Sanford on the Decibel Meter
There are 92,746 seats in Sanford Stadium, and every single person in that stadium needs to be loud Saturday night. After last year, Georgia needs to show Auburn what an atmosphere looks like D.J. Sir Foster has done a great job this season with the music he plays throughout the game. However, I have one request for Saturday, and that is Soulja Boy’s “Crank Dat.” This song played during the first blackout game against Auburn, and if the crowd is blacking out the Tigers, the song should must play.
Foster has the ability to set the crowd’s tone for this game. The atmosphere needs to be, as the kids say, ‘lit’ and stay ‘lit’ all four quarters. Put Sanford Stadium on the decibel meter and make it impossible for Jarrett Stidham to communicate with his team. Be loud Georgia fans; the team needs you as the 12th man.
Check out the football team’s hype video for Auburn to get excited about today’s matchup!
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) November 9, 2018