UGA equipment truck stuck in the tunnel pic.twitter.com/nqWTih0IQ0— GT Grounds Crew (@GT_Groundscrew) November 29, 2013
Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium was built 100 years and two months ago, as you can see here.
To be fair, that particular tunnel was built slightly more recently than 100 years ago, but apparently is a bit too snug for what Georgia's hauling over from Athens. One wonders how the Dawgs' truck got so much bigger than it was two years ago, when it last squeezed its way through that spot. Probably inflation.
Based on Atlanta facility trends, you'd think this would mean Bobby Dodd Stadium is likely to be torn down and replaced by an expensive new stadium, with that one then being torn down and replaced a couple years later. You'd be wrong. More compartments and sub-compounds and wings and tunnels and Chick-fil-As will continue to be bolted onto it until the end of time.
How could Tech ever say goodbye to a building that's managed to inconvenience Georgia, anyway?