Photo Gallery: Faces in the crowd

Here are some images from Saturday's Vanderbilt-Georgia game.

It was a gorgeous fall day in Nashville, and Mr. Commodore had the black and gold fans primed for cheering.

Obligatory cheerleader photo.

UGA's mascot does have his charm, even if he does drool a lot.

This unidentified fan is our "VandyMania Fan of the Week."

This woman was runner-up. (Mike Spivey, is that your aunt?!?)

Ronnie Swoopes, Sr. (right) is a former Georgia player and a current UGA employee, but today he's decked out in black and gold. He and his wife Annie are the parents of Vandy safety Ronnie Swoopes.

The "Dare to Believe" sign is alive and well, and for the first half, Vandy had its fans believin'.

Vanderbilt scored its only touchdown of the game on this play, when Jay Cutler (6) found Matthew Tant open in the end zone.

Ho hum, another win for Georgia's third-year coach, Mark Richt. His Bulldogs defeated Vandy, 27-8.

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Photos by Brent Wiseman, copyright 2003 for VandyMania.


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