If you’re making fans wear masks in Sanford Stadium, that must mean you’re allowing them in to see games.
Greg McGarity says Georgia football has “a great plan” for fan attendance at Sanford Stadium that’s in its final stages before release.
Well, some of them, anyway.
The Bulldogs are expected to announce an attendance plan that would allow for between 18,000 to 30,000 socially-distanced fans, pending local health legislation, CDC recommendations and SEC directives.
Let’s see… 18-30,000 allowed in… 92,746 full capacity… subtract the seven, carry the one… hey, that’s a lot of Georgia fans who won’t be able to watch! I wonder who will be left out in the cold?
Parents of players, major donors and UGA students would be prioritized in the Bulldogs’ scheduling plan, according to sources with knowledge of the plan discussions.
Seat reduction will carry over into the skyboxes and press boxes, as well as general seating. [Emphasis added.]
It’s not too late to get those Magill Society donations in, Dawg fans.