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How One Man Snuck Into The SEC Championship Disguised As The Media

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It wasn’t a hard decision for Conner McBee to make — he was going to the SEC Championship in Atlanta this past weekend. But there was one problem: he wasn’t going to pay over $1,000 to watch his Georgia Bulldogs play. So he decided to come up with another way to get in.

Wearing a Georgia Redcoat (Georgia Marching Band) polo and carrying a small camera, Conner decided he would try his luck at pretending to be a media member after he’d already exhausted other ways to get in.

What he didn’t know was that his plan was actually going to work. He actually managed to talk his way into the Mercedes Benz Stadium with only a “media” wristband.

I sat down with Conner to discuss his eventful Saturday in Atlanta and how he pulled it off. You can also check out his YouTube video for the entire story of how he saved a bunch of money and still got to watch his Bulldogs. To say this is wild would be an understatement.

 

How did Connor pull It all off? Checkout his video!

Thanks to Conner for coming on and discussing his wild Saturday in the SEC. He ended up enjoying his crazy afternoon in Atlanta.

Twitter: @TreyWallace_

Written by Trey Wallace

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  1. no offense, but isn’t this theft by deception? or fraud?

    I’m not sure I’d want to go public with this.. the SEC is notoriously “money hungry” and might decide to take this guy to court. I hope they just chill and tighten their standards, but I don’t put anything past the sports/entertainment industry.

    good luck, bro.

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