OwlFan Yeah absolutely. My family is the same way. They are all UGA grads. Myself, I am a Liberty and KSU grad. However, the goal is not trying to replace any of those schools because that would be a losing effort. Instead, and similarly to pretty much every G5 program, the goal is to schedule around those schools and become the second team for that sector of the fanbase in the area. Coastal Carolina and Jax State are good examples to our situation. Both new and newer FBS teams. They play second fiddle to USC, Clemson and Auburn, Alabama respectably. But, they do their best to schedule around those teams and have been successful at become each of those teams fanbases second team to watch and cheer for. I would like to add, they both (especially in Coastal's situation with a puny stadium like ours), expanded their stadiums for FBS play, which allowed them to schedule games against larger schools, that in turn, gained them more exposure, notoriety, and prestige as now a nationally recognizable brand that is in a smaller state with 2 P5 schools with huge fanbases. So, it can absolutely be done successfully, but you have to strategize and invest. You cannot just go into this with the mindset that, oh we have UGA and the SEC schools around us... We cannot compete, so we just need to keep are puny high school sized stadium and except it. And honestly, GT does not have that great or loyal of a fanbase. We could easily over take that crowd. Just saying... People on here get way top caught up on names.