UGA’s tradition of “lighting up” Sanford Stadium may have never looked better than it did Saturday.
With a national TV audience closely paying attention to the UGA-Notre Dame showdown, the Bulldog fans took it the next level with their tradition of lighting up the stadium with their cell phones at the start of the fourth quarter.
Of course, the light show was boosted by a couple of things: (1) the electrifying crowd environment at the game — tickets were the most expensive for any college game this season, and (2) UGA unveiling it’s new state-of-the-art LED system.
Saturday night’s light show looked somewhere between a rock concert and an WWE wrestling event. It was surely a proud moment for UGA fans.
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