Georgia Football: 10 Myths, Stereotypes Bulldog Fans Need to Dispel

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Sep 28, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs and LSU Tigers fans on the bridge above the Dawgwalk entrance to the field before the game at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

No. 7: Dawg fans are rude and discourteous to visiting fans at Sanford Stadium

Oh, cry me a river on this one.

It would be just as easy to say, you get as good as you give (talking to you Gamecocks, Barners, and Gators), but that’s not the Georgia way.

Truthfully, every fan base has its outlying fringe of idiots, and Georgia is no exception. But having traveled to every SEC stadium (and more outside the conference) I can tell you that visiting fans are treated more humanely in Athens than in any other place I’ve been.

Are we going to hand over the keys to the Winnebago and ask you to marry our daughters? Fat chance. But stop by a tailgate wearing opposing colors and you’ll still be offered a beer and a sandy.

Don’t believe everything you read on Reddit.

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