Reaction to Bulldogs win
Georgia fans waited four decades to end their National Championship drought and Monday, the Bulldogs clinched the College Football Playoff Championship.
ATHENS, Ga. - Athens was the site of the world's largest championship celebration on Monday night and early Tuesday morning.
Students and fans took to the streets to celebrate the Georgia Bulldogs football team's win in the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Students filled Stegeman Coliseum for a watch party.
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Georgia fans block traffic in Athens
Fans block streets in Athens after Georgia football team wins National Championship
Early Tuesday morning, students and Georgia football fans partied and blocked streets. Credit: Ben Bearup via Storyful
The celebration continued into early Tuesday morning.
The streets were blocked at College Avenue and East Clayton Street.
Sanford Stadium glowed red as students and fans passed.
Sanford Stadium shines red after Georgia Bulldogs football team wins championship
The home of the Georgia Bulldogs glowed all night after the team clinched a National Championship. Athens was lively with students and fans filling the streets. Credit: @SummChri via Storyful
The Chapel Bell was likely ringing all night as people lined up to take their turn.
Georgia football return plans
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart, quarterback Stetson Bennett and linebacker Lewis Cine attended a press conference on Tuesday morning.
Georgia plans to return on Tuesday. Flights are destined for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport before the team returns to Athens.
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