Georgia Fan Is Extremely Upset With Clemson Loss, Cries On Radio

By Connor Muldowney
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The Georgia Bulldogs are one of the best teams in college football and entering the season, they were expected to do big things, starting with beating the Clemson Tigers on the road. Well, the game has come and passed and the Tigers defeated the Bulldogs in one of the best early-season games in recent memory.

Aaron Murray and Todd Gurley both led up to their preseason hype with impressive performances at the quarterback and running back positions, respectively. Murray finished with 323 yards on 20-29 passing while Gurley finished with 12 carried for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

Well, some Georgia fans believe that their season is over even before it really started. Every season, there is a team that loses early in the season and ends up running the table and winning their respective conference, eventually contending for a national title.

I, for one, can say that I am shocked this team lost to Clemson because I thought they were sure title favorites.

Check out how this Georgia fan reacted to this close loss on Saturday night:

Obviously, he was very upset with how his team’s season is apparently ‘over’ all of a sudden. With 11 games left in a long season, there’s no doubt that this team can make a strong run at an SEC title and a national title as well.

Let’s hope this fan realizes that before he calls for his coaches head. Mind you, Mark Richt has been extremely successful as the head coach and led them to eight 10-win seasons in his 12-year tenure.

Poor guy can’t take a loss.

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