12:05 pm September 30, 2010, by Tim Tucker
Georgia will put 1,200 tickets to its Oct. 16 home football game against Vanderbilt on sale to the general public at 9 a.m. Friday.
The tickets were returned by Vanderbilt from its 2,800-seat allotment for the game.
The tickets are $50 each.
Also, Georgia has about 900 tickets remaining for the Nov. 6 game against Idaho State from the 2,000 that Idaho State returned two weeks ago. Those tickets are $45 each.
Tickets for both games can be ordered online (www.georgiadogs.com) or by phone (1-877-542-1231).
Georgia’s next home game, Oct. 9 vs. Tennessee, will be the Bulldogs’ 60th consecutive sellout at Sanford Stadium – every home game since Mark Richt became coach. The last Georgia home game not to sell out was the Nov. 25, 2000, game against Georgia Tech.
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