Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech could not sell their allotted tickets for their respective matchups with Georgia (Nov. 17 and 24). Both schools have returned their remaining tickets to UGA.
Southern and Tech were each given 8,000 tickets for their team's trip to Athens. According to the Atlanta Journa-Constitution, Georgia Tech returned 1,900 tickets and Georgia Southern gave back 1,400.
Georgia will now attempt to sell the tickets for each game beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Tickets to the Tech game will cost $75, while the Southern game costs $45.
These will be Georgia's final two games of the regular season. Georgia hopes that the following week they will be playing in the SEC championship game on Dec. 1 in the Georgia Dome. A win over Florida this weekend would prevent the Gators from clinching a spot in the game.
Georgia Southern is currently 6-1, and they lead the Southern Conference. Georgia Tech is 3-4, and 2-3 in the ACC.