Georgia fans have been doing it all year, whether it be for the Notre Dame game, the Georgia-Florida game or the SEC Championship Game. But once again Georgia fans have managed to take over a visiting stadium.
And the fact that they did in the Rose Bowl, against a proud fan base such as that of Oklahoma, has wowed a number of the many media members at the game.
Looks like red and black outnumbers the crimson and cream. No need to go to the scorecards. pic.twitter.com/FBtsoAdBX6
— Jeff Sentell (@jeffsentell) January 1, 2018
After a quick lap around this place I’m going 90 percent Dawg fans. Really pic.twitter.com/t9mGT74Oky
— Dennis Dodd (@dennisdoddcbs) January 1, 2018
I have been to Rose Bowl seven times. Never seen anything like this. pic.twitter.com/QGQ1bPFM6L
— Tony Barnhart (@MrCFB) January 1, 2018
Y’all recognize anyone? pic.twitter.com/J9MPd5WCkb
— Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach) January 1, 2018
It will be a little tough to tell, given that the Sooners also wear red, though their shade is more of a crimson. Either way it should be another fantastic environment for the Bulldogs. This is something Georgia fans have been looking forward to since the game was announced.
It is also the first time in 75 years that the Bulldogs have played in the Rose Bowl. This is the first time the Bulldogs are playing in the College Football Playoff, while it is Oklahoma’s second appearance.
The Rose Bowl kicks off at 5 PM ET on ESPN. The winner of the game takes on the winner of Clemson-Alabama in the National Championship Game, which is scheduled for Jan. 8 in Atlanta. If the Bulldogs can knock off the Sooners, you can bet that stadium will have a ton of Georgia fans in it as well.