Georgia rolled over Kentucky when the two teams met on the gridiron last year, winning 59-17 on the Bulldogs’ home field. One of the many highlights for Georgia came in the third quarter, when the team forced a Kentucky fumble as the Wildcats had the ball in Georgia’s red zone. This came on the heels of Kentucky getting penalized for a false start when the ball was on Georgia’s 6-yard line.
Today on Twitter, Georgia head coach Mark Richt gave the credit to the people who deserved it: Georgia’s crowd.
It was 4th n 2 inside the red zone last yrs Ky game at home. Our crowd caused an OL to flinch. Then 4th n 7 sack and fumble. Great job! THX
— Mark Richt (@MarkRicht) June 2, 2014
There’s no word on what the crazy Georgia fan who hates Steve Spurrier thought of this tweet, but we’re willing to bet he was proud of the Bulldog faithful.