Georgia fans are going into opposing stadiums in force in 2017, and the Bulldogs are making the trips worth it with their performances on the field.
Georgia emphatically beat Tennessee 41-0 on Saturday, and by game’s end, Tennessee’s stadium was hardly orange and white. Red and black were the only colors present.
The perfect road photos … pic.twitter.com/DPAbCD0QO7
— Bulldawg Illustrated (@BD_illustrated) September 30, 2017
“The checkerboard has been put away,” CBS analyst Gary Danielson said. “All that’s left are a few red pieces.”
And on Wikipedia, someone changed the ownership status of Neyland Stadium.
Ownership status ✅ pic.twitter.com/6EorpSzg5t
— DawgStool (@DawgStool) September 30, 2017
The Bulldogs (5-0 overall, 2-0 SEC) have yet to give up a touchdown in conference play.