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

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Nov 23, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs fans in the student section prior to the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

No. 3: UGA fans are all racist rednecks with no education

Low-hanging fruit for opposing fans who think that the Southeast is nothing but brain-dead hillbillies and zombies.

It’s the South. Folks may talk slower and with a deep drawl, but that is in no way indicative of intelligence or amount of higher education achieved. Using that parallel, one could conclude that New York is infested with nothing but surly Italian men and big-haired women.

You can travel to any stadium around the country and find a group of fans magnetized to each other speaking in some odd tongue and performing drunken tailgate feats…it comes with the territory of college football.

People love to pick on the south because of stereotypes propelled at them by the all-knowing media on the West Coast.

Yeah…Hollywood is where you look for reality, right?

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