This game was the loudest that the fans have ever been, and once they post the number for how many decibels they hit, it should be record-breaking. At times we saw it at 124-131 decibels, but it could have been louder.
These fans were the MVP of this ball game as they forced eight false starts. It didn’t matter what down it was — Georgia fans stayed loud if Tennessee’s offense was on the field.
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Smart says that the fans deserve a second-place vote, and we agree. These fans rose to the occasion, and they were the difference maker. Tennessee did not expect that out of the Dawg fans. All week long, the Vol fans and former players said that Sanford Stadium wasn’t loud, but boy, they were wrong.
The noise inside Sanford Stadium was deafening, and I bet fans’ ears are still ringing from all the noise they caused. We’ve seen Georgia fans be loud for games, but this group took it to another level. It showed just how good the atmosphere is in Athens, and it was a site to see.
Georgia fans should be proud of themselves for producing such a daunting atmosphere for the Dawgs to play in and dominate against Tennessee. The Dawgs proved a point, and its fanbase made one right with the team.