Losing the view of the campus
The open end zone is iconic for many Georgia football fans. Peiple love looking out of the stadium and being able to see the Tate Center, the Miller Learning Center, the bookstore and parts of UGA’s beautiful campus.
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But the main argument against that is would anyone really miss the view? Not to take anything away from the view, but no one goes to games in Sanford Stadium to look outside of the stadium. They go to watch Georgia football.
And if you’re on the bottom deck like me, you don’t get to enjoy much of a view at all. You can see the Tate Center and some trees, and that’s about it.
Losing the view from the bridge
One of the favorite things for many Georgia fans to do when it’s not game day is to drive or walk on the Sanford Drive bridge to look into the stadium. Not many stadiums in the SEC or the country for that matter have that kind of view
However, the bridge has also been a place where many controversial and distasteful, Westboro-like protests have taken place trying to distract fans from watching the game. There hasn’t been such a protest recently, but it’s bound to happen again.