Cops Called On Georgia Fans For Calling The Dawgs At St. Elmo In Indianapolis

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The big news Sunday night in Indianapolis on the eve of the College Football Playoff came from the ultra-classy St. Elmo Steakhouse in downtown Indy where Georgia fans caused such a scene that the police were called to remind Dawgs fans how they should act north of the Ohio River.

UGA writer Anthony Dasher was inside St. Elmo trying to enjoy a nice CFP Eve steak dinner when the barking and calling of the Dawgs played out in real-time. Dasher describes fans “barking” inside the five-star restaurant.

Screaming, barking, chanting. Folks, this isn’t how we act in St. Elmo. In fact, it’s time to call the cops to regain order in this place.

Does this guy look like he’s in the mood to hear a bunch of message board posters calling the dawgs while he tries to enjoy a glass of wine and a big piece of red meat?

Take this behavior to Outback Steakhouse, Dawgs fans.

St. Elmo customer reacts to calling of the dawgs
St. Elmo customer reacts to calling of the dawgs / via Twitter

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. To me its looks like almost all the people in that room were UGA fans. The bald dude’s table was hollering along with many of the others(he was in shame the whole time though)
    People should be able to celebrate and have fun without the cops being called. Anyone who thinks this video is a bad is a bitch. Nothing wrong here based on all the setting. WE SEC FANS like to party!!

  2. I’d be fine to give them one round to get it out of their excited systems. After that, it’s turned into an impromptu pep rally, folks can’t eat their meal in peace, and it’s officially time to shut er down.

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