SEC Football Schools Continue to Announce Plans for Fans

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The University of Georgia became the latest SEC school to announce plans to host fans at football games this season. Sanford Stadium will allow a 20-25 percent capacity — so, between about 18,000 and 23,000 fans. Tickets will be available in blocks of four, and it will be drawn up so that groups are social distanced from each other.

Some more notes on this front:

  • Texas A&M will begin the season hosting fans at 30 percent capacity at Kyle Field
  • On Tuesday, Alabama announced that Bryant-Denny will hold fans at 20 percent capacity.
  • Tennessee governor Bill Lee told Clay Travis on Outkick on Fox Sports Radio this morning that he expects 25 percent capacity at Neyland Stadium.

Sound off in the comments: Would you want to attend a reduced capacity college football game this season?

This post will be updated as more schools announce their plans for the Fall. Check back!

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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  1. I’d attend a limited or maximum capacity game. We are beyond it now, but they should open it up and let individuals decide to go or stay home themselves. I think we have learned people are at least as smart about this as government. The people who are worried will stay home regardless, so they aren’t coming either way. The only people being stopped from going are the people who want to attend and are low risk. It’s not like people would be compelled to attend games against their wills. We need less of this meaningless and arbitrary restriction on people who don’t need or want it.

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