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Georgia to assign seating sections for fans on G-Day

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart runs into Sanford Stadium with the team during the Bulldogs' G-Day spring football game Saturday, April 16, 2016 in Athens.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart runs into Sanford Stadium with the team during the Bulldogs' G-Day spring football game Saturday, April 16, 2016 in Athens.

Credit: Emily Shelby

Credit: Emily Shelby

The University of Georgia announced changes to seating for the Bulldog’s annual G-Day scrimmage at Sanford Stadium.

Because of the high volume of fans expected and reduced seating due to the construction on the new West End Zone complex, the UGA Athletic Association announced a pass system will be in place for G-Day.

Fans will be given a pass with an assigned seating section upon entrance and fans are asked to sit in the assigned area.

Gates 2-9 will be open for the scrimmage, but Gate 10 located under the Sanford Drive bridge next to the Tate Center will be closed due to construction in the West End Zone.

Georgia’s annual G-Day scrimmage will be held at 4 p.m. April 21 at Sanford Stadium and will be televised on ESPN.