Clemson and Georgia Confident for Full Capacity Crowd

Clemson and Georgia are set to square off in Charlotte, N.C. on Sept. 4 and both programs are preparing for a sellout crowd.
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September 4, 2021 was set to be the 2021 home opener for the Georgia Bulldogs against San Jose State. A buyout north of $1.5 million dollars was later delivered to San Jose State, and the Bulldogs are now set to take on the Clemson Tigers in Charlotte, N.C. as the first of two neutral-site games between the two perennial powerhouses is set to take place. 

That season opener in Charlotte is expected to be one of the most highly anticipated games of the season, and a packed house is expected for the first time since the 2019 season. 

According to reports, both universities are preparing for a sold-out crowd in Charlotte, and if they can't make it happen there, they will move to Atlanta as a backup plan. 

So, as of now, on September 4 in Charlotte, the Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Clemson Tigers in front of a maximum capacity crowd. 

Welcome back to normal life in college football. 

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