Georgia football will close the regular season out with back-to-back noon kickoff games as the Georgia Tech kick off time came out Monday morning.
While the noon kickoffs are Georgia fans’ least favorite, blame it on the opponent. It isn’t the Dawgs fault that the Yellow Jackets are 3-7 right now. That record isn’t going to pull numbers for a 3:30 p.m. or 7 p.m. kickoff, so the Dawgs get to settle with another nooner.
So instead of complaining about the last two games being at noon, show up early, be loud and absorb every memory of this season as you possibly can.
One of the Dawg of the Dawg writers, Ashley Espie, wrote that the fans need to enjoy the ride, and she is correct, this season has flown by, and there are just two regular-season games left, and it feels like Georgia just played UAB.
Noon kickoffs are going to happen, and who cares if Alabama gets night games more than Georgia, it isn’t about the Crimson Tide — it is about the Dawgs and winning.
Plus, noon games during the end of November are much better than night games because it isn’t nearly as cold. While temperature isn’t that big of a deal, it’s still a lot better not to shiver than be freezing at night.
We all love night games, and while it has sucked not to be able to light up Sanford Stadium as much this year, who cares. Georgia is 10-0 overall, 8-0 in the SEC and the undisputed No.1 team in the country.
It does not matter when they play as long as they keep winning. Georgia fans care more about kick off times than head coach Kirby Smart and the players do, and while it’s understandable, adjust the tailgate plan and adapt.
Georgia will close its season out with a home nooner and noon kick off at Bobby Dodd Stadium. The most important thing to remember here is getting two more wins and heading back to Atlanta for the SEC Championship at 12-0 overall.