How big is football in south Georgia?
It’s so big that they use public school buses to ferry folks to the really big college games.
The Valdosta Daily Times reports school buses stolen from Lowndes County in south Georgia have been recovered at the site of the Georgia-Florida football game.
Georgia won that game, of course, because the Gators and their fans are mostly sissies.
The buses were stolen in October and the game was played Saturday.
The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office was contacted Saturday by someone who said the buses could be found at the stadium.
The school system retrieved the buses Tuesday.
The article does not say if keys were found with the vans or if the vehicles were broken into, but this smells as fishy as a week old dead gator.
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