Georgia fans travel well -- and that may be an understatement. 

Reporters covering the game estimated as many as 20,000 Bulldogs supporters within the confines of Tiger Stadium as the SEC showdown kicked off Saturday. 

A quick look at the broadcast could verify at least part of that fact: There was a lot of red. Georgia had an allotment of 6,000 tickets to sell for the game, which they reported had all been sold. 

After a sack of LSU quarterback Joe Burrow on third-down early in the game, chants of U-G-A took over the stadium in Baton Rouge, according to Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated

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It’s “one of the largest game day crowds ever on campus,” LSU said earlier this week. It’s No. 2 Georgia playing No. 13 LSU for the first time in Tiger Stadium since 2008, back when the Bulldogs won 52-38 by beginning and ending their scoring with interception returns for touchdowns.

The sellout was announced Monday — the second of the season — bolstered by the 6,000-ticket allotment permitted to Georgia fans, who famously “took over” Notre Dame Stadium in the Bulldogs’ 20-19 win over the Fighting Irish last season.

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The Tigers didn't seem rattled by the unusually large road support, though. LSU's defense clamped down on the Bulldogs early, allowing LSU to get out to a 13-0 lead in the first half.