Oregon Ducks season opener against Georgia is sold out

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No surprise here, but the highly anticipated matchup between the Oregon Ducks and the reigning national champion Georgia Bulldogs is officially sold out, according to game officials on Wednesday.

The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game has always been a tough ticket, but the matchup between two powerhouse programs – and of course the side plot of Dan Lanning taking over as Oregon’s head coach after serving as Georgia’s defensive coordinator last year – has made this game one of the must-see contests of the college football season.

“This has already proven to be one of the toughest tickets we’ve ever seen for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game,” Peach Bowl CEO and president Gary Stokan said in a statement. “You have the defending National Champions squaring off with arguably the most successful Pac-12 team in the CFP era. With two passionate fan bases and the best neutral-site matchup on opening weekend, it’s no surprise we’ve seen such a strong demand for tickets.”

While neutral site is a bit of a misnomer in this situation – since the game is being played in Atlanta – it is still a great opportunity for the Ducks to show off their new look on a national stage, while they attempt to take down college football’s best team from last season.

The game is kicking off at 12:30 PM PT on Saturday, September 3.

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