As a a lover of UGA football and of our program's history, I was going to pose a question all the old timers.
"When did we stop singing the lyrics to 'Hail to Georgia?' and become content with it being a instrumental?"
I ask this because, even though I know the words and sing them after every field goal, only two or three other kids in the entire student section know it (I know that at least one student knows the song, because a particularly drunk senior tearfully pleaded with me to keep the tradition alive). Since, I'm a senior myself, I'll probably repeat the same act towards the end of the season, crying my drunk eyes out to so unsuspecting freshman.
I'm not placing blame on you old alumnus, I'm just playing the role of curious historian.
By the way, I love the song!! "All hail to Dear!!! OLE!!!! U!!! G!!! A!!!!!!!"