Friday, September 3, 2010

SEC Sacrilege

Are the new restrictions they are enacting at Georgia allowed by the SEC? With such traditional things being excluded, will their SEC football card be revoked?

Here's an excerpt from the August Chronicle:


In an ongoing effort to curb damage to the historic North Campus on game days, stringent regulations have been enacted.

Tailgating on North Campus -- which includes all areas bounded by Broad, Lumpkin, Baldwin and Jackson streets -- will be allowed four hours before kickoff, which for Saturday's opener is 12:21 p.m.

Now prohibited on North Campus are tents, kegs, grills, coolers, generators, televisions, amplified music, tables longer than 4 feet and household furniture.

Tailgaters who still wish to bring their traditional accessories are encouraged to find other spaces. One option is the D.W. Brooks pedestrian mall that extends through the heart of campus from Carlton Street.

The alleyway on the northeast corner of the stadium has been transformed into a 30,000-square-foot gathering area called Reed Plaza, with new restrooms and additional concessions.

NO grills, tents, kegs, even coolers??? That's against the SEC religion on Saturdays isn't it? First, no Uga VIII, now this?

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