Monday, September 12, 2005

Remember, you can't spell Sugar without GA

The Sugar Bowl director wants the game to be played in Baton Rouge.

Here's where civic pride and political correctness could overcome logic and common sense. The plain truth, which Louisiana higher-ups will do their best to ignore, is that Baton Rouge simply cannot support the 200,000 people that will flood into that town in the days prior to the game.

It might seem like a slap in the face to Louisiana, but the only answer is to move the game to Atlanta. The Sugar Bowl should be kept in an SEC state, and there is no better replacement stadium for it than the Georgia Dome.

Especially if UGA plays in it.

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