Georgia football fans are one of the best traveling fanbases across the country, and starting running back Kenny McIntosh knows how special it is to have that. With another road game on the Dawgs’ plate this weekend, McIntosh knows the team will get that support and have a strong showing in Lexington from the fans.
Last week, the Dawgs had a ton of support even though the game was all the way in Mississippi. However, as a senior, McIntosh knows no matter if the game is at Sanford Stadium or another SEC venue, those Georgia fans are there to be loud and cheer on the Dawgs.
McIntosh talked to the media on Wednesday, and having that support is something he loves. It’s crazy to think about the money that fans spend to support these guys, so hearing him say how much he appreciates it shows these players pay attention to it.
Georgia football fans have the most loyalty, and Kenny McIntosh loves that.
"“Georgia fans, for them to be able to travel to wherever we go. It’s crazy,” McIntosh said ahead of the Kentucky game. “Hearing the other fans be quiet after we go out there and do what we do is what gives me excitement and brings our team excitement. “"
It also helps that the Dawgs silence the home team fans, making Georgia fans seem even louder. Regardless, we all know that Georgia fans are there to support the Dawgs no matter the cold, distance and cost.
Georgia football fans love their team, and these players love the fans. It’s a great dynamic because Georgia can use the fans to motivate itself, and when they see that support, greatness follows. Georgia heads to Lexington this week and will need to hear the Dawg fans at Kroger Field to help keep them undefeated on the season. The Dawgs will need its fans one more week on the road for the last SEC regular season game.