Georgia fans were not pleased with the offense's performance on Saturday night against Kentucky.
After a first half which consisted of zero points from the 10th ranked Bulldogs, fans started to boo the home team. They were frustrated with the Georgia's performance, especially after last week's horrific loss to South Carolina.
Fans are arguing that Georgia should be much better than they currently are. With as many 5-stars as they have, the Bulldogs are not living up to expectations.
But after the game, RB D'Andre Swift had a strong response to those who booed.
"We're gonna do what we need to do to win the games," Swift said to the media, via Twitter. "And if people don't like what we're doing, they shouldn't come to the games."
Swift didn't hesitate to share his personal feelings regarding the booing fans. After all, Georgia came away with a 21-0 victory, all points being scored in the second half.
Swift was a big factor in any success Georgia's offense could muster up. The star RB finished with 179 yards on 21 carries and two touchdowns. When Swift is playing like he did today, it's incredibly tough to stop him.
Georgia has a bye next Saturday, giving the team an extra week of preparation to sort through its offensive struggles.