Georgia has announced changes to seating for the Bulldogs’ annual G-Day scrimmage at Sanford Stadium.
Because of the high volume of fans expected and the reduced number of seats caused by the construction of the new West End Zone complex, the UGA Athletic Association has put a pass system in place for G-Day.
Upon entering Sanford Stadium, fans will receive a pass with an assigned seating section and will be asked to sit in the assigned area. Gates 2 to 9 will be open for the scrimmage, but Gate 10, located under the Sanford Drive bridge next to the Tate Center, will be closed because of the construction.
Georgia’s annual G-Day scrimmage will be held April 21 at 4 p.m. and televised by ESPN.
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This story originally appeared on AJC.com.