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Police Called On Georgia Fans Chanting At Indianapolis Restaurant
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia fans have descended upon Indianapolis ahead of tonight’s national championship game against Alabama. Last night, Bulldogs fans were at a local restaurant rallying the troops during dinner with some cheers and songs until someone called the police on them...
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Georgia sports insider Radi Nabulsi was at St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis when a group of Georgia fans started getting wasted. One fan sang the old song, “Ain’t nothing finer in the land, than a drunk, obnoxious Georgia fan.” To which several other fans replied, “Gooo Dawgs!”

Apparently, other patrons at the restaurant didn’t appreciate that. The cops were promptly called, and when they showed up, they demanded that the Georgia fans calm down.
(The Spun)
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Well Yankees being poor host? Shocking! I’ve seen many unruly Sugar Bowl fans partying hardy in New Orleans. The locals, who know how to host athletic events, just smile and collect all those tourists dollars.
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I wouldn't go out to a nice restaurant in downtown Indy right before a. Hampionship game and expect a nice, quiet evening. That being g said, I wouldn't act like an idiot in a fine dining establishment, either. I've acted like an idiot, before, but it was always in a bar, and not in a prime steakhouse...
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Thats Daryl from Columbus
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Good for whoever called the cops. If I’m out enjoying a dinner on the town and people who are there for an event start acting the fool, I’m calling the cops the very second I am disturbed
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What trash, to actually bark like a dog inside a steak restaurant. Keep making moms proud barkers
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The way I see it, it is poor hospitality. If your city is hosting a huge football championship game between two SEC rivals, you should be able to welcome them with open arms. Now, if it were LSU's 'STTDB' ....
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The way I see it, it is poor hospitality. If your city is hosting a huge football championship game between two SEC rivals, you should be able to welcome them with open arms. Now, if it were LSU's 'STTDB' ....
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I have been going to Chimes pre-game, every year, for about the last decade. Every other year, that place gets loaded with Gumps fans and every 3 minutes I hear that friggen roll tide roll shite. Not once has it every crossed my mind to call the cops. What a bunch of cucks.
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Attention whoring at its finest.
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At least they learned themselves some words. They usually just bark.
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The aggressive and incessant barking by UGA fans is absolutely unbearable!!!!
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How bout try to win tonight before singing y’all stupid song losers
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Well, they did
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