Georgia students are scrambling for national championship game tickets as the Bulldogs get set to take on Alabama on Monday night in Indianapolis.

They’ve promoted the money sharing apps Venmo and Cash App to solicit donations, according to a report in the Athens Banner-Herald.

The Spike Squad, a UGA student organization, has raised more than $8,000 through the money sharing app as it attempts to send its 16 senior members to Indianapolis for Monday’s 8 p.m. game.

“Nerve-racking is definitely a good way to describe it,” said Spike Squad president Noah White. “Also, because of the game, it’s the biggest game, I would say, since the last time we were here. The last few days have just been a whirlwind trying to plan all of this. I’m trying to take it one day at a time, me and the rest of the executive board, we’re trying to get this accomplished.”

White reported that the Orange Bowl saw a similar ticket situation, but the student had more time to work on securing the tickets.