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Monster Jam roars into the Georgia Dome

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Just a few days ago, Aggie QB Johnny Manziel thrilled crowds at the Georgia Dome during the Chick-fil-A Bowl. This weekend, some new stars take the floor -- and they're way scarier than Johnny Football.

Monster Jam returns to the Dome on Saturday, and the star attractions -- massive monster trucks -- are set to face off in various racing and freestyle events. To prepare for the monster truck show, crews covered the Dome field with dirt, a lot of which will be kicked up as drivers demonstrate incredible stunts and tricks.

If anyone's qualified to drive a monster truck -- it's NOT Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken. But he managed to get behind the wheel for a preview of Saturday's event anyway. Click the video above to check it out!

Monster Jam roars into action Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Gates open at 2:00 p.m., with a pit party taking place in the afternoon.

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