There really isn't a bad seat in the place and we tried out a few at the Georgia-Kentucky game. Our tickets were actually in section 602, row 20 (you can't get any higher). We'd brought a friend who had never been to a Georgia game, so after the 1st quarter we moved down to the back of section 135 so he could hear the band better. Smart move. We were under the overhang, which provided relief from the chilly wind, the band sounded great and the players didn't look like ants. It's not the newest stadium, so the public areas are a little dingy, concession lines and restroom lines can be long. The area dedicated to Georgia's mascots of the past is quite touching and deserves a moment. If you can find a way in on non game days, that can be a treat too. We probably weren't supposed to be able to get in, but found an opening when my son was 3. We were able to walk around the track, touch the hedges and rub the concrete bulldog where the players take the field. It was pretty cool.
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