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Georgia fans come out to cheer on the bulldogs

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Georgia fans packed Locos on Westover Boulevard Tuesday night to watch the Bulldogs demolish the Louisville Cardinals in the Belk Bowl.

It's a great week for college football fans with non-stop bowl game action.

“We like to sit here and have a couple of beers. We just came here to hang out. Its just a good place to watch the bowl game. Good food, good drinks,” said Dustin, a Georgia fan.

Georgia Tech plays Wednesday night then the first ever playoffs kick off Thursday with Florida State and Alabama both in action.

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