by Larry LeoOctober 7, 2020
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Georgia received some criticism about the size of their home crowd against Auburn last weekend. The university allowed over 20,000 fans to attend the game. After the game, Georgia announced a home attendance of 20,524. (It looked like there were more fans in the stands at times.) Here's what senior deputy athletic director Josh Brooks had to say about it...
“The biggest takeaway from me is we had 99% compliance from all of our fans. It’s just refining that 1%,” Brooks said. “The majority of our students were great. They had great attitudes, they were respectful, they were compliant, but it just takes a few who without having malicious intent just filtered down or get into areas where they’re not supposed to sit, especially when the cameras are down there and they’re trying to get a great camera crowd shot.”
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