Over the weekend, Georgia took down Notre Dame in a battle of top-10 programs.
However, the Bulldogs win didn't come without some controversy - albeit surrounding the Fighting Irish, not Georgia itself.
CBS cameras appeared to catch a Notre Dame player faking an injury to slow down the Bulldogs on a pivotal drive. Just as the defense lined up deep in its own territory, star safety Alohi Gilman appeared to direct linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah to go to the ground.
Reporters asked Georgia head coach Kirby Smart if he thinks Notre Dame players faked injuries during the game.
"No. 1 my opinion does not matter whether I think they did or they didn't. it has no bearing whatsoever so I don't think I even need to answer that question but whether it goes on in college football or not, sure I think it goes on," Smart said.
It's the perfect non-answer from Smart that evades the question but also throws shade at Notre Dame.
Georgia went on to win a close contest by a final score of 23-17. Most thought the Bulldogs would thump the Fighting Irish, but Brian Kelly's squad came to play - regardless of controversy.