WATCH: SEC Shorts drops hilarious video about all the money Georgia fans have spent this season


Georgia fans have undoubtedly enjoyed this season immensely, as their Bulldogs have advanced to the national championship game to take on Alabama.

But it has not necessarily been cheap to see the Dawgs in person this season, as the team has played several high-profile games on the road. At the beginning of the season, it was a trip to Notre Dame, then all of the SEC road games, then a trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship, and then finally a trip to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl.

And they’re not done yet, of course, not with the national championship game (also in Atlanta) in store next week. By this point, Georgia fans wallets have to be hurting a little bit. Not that they mind.

As they often do, the good people at SEC Shorts have captured this phenomenon perfectly:

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