Beautiful day isn’t it? The holiday season has begun, the SEC sucks and Georgia Tech defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 28-27 yesterday afternoon in Athens.
We figured it might be fun to take a look back at the game through the tweets from our friends at UGA. Enjoy.
Shhhh, nobody tell him how it ends.
RT for UGA— UGA Football Live (@UGAfootballLive) November 26, 2016
LIKE for TECH pic.twitter.com/4BNaEgTJe1
Hashtag game #lit #100
Did I do that right? I think that’s what the kids are saying these days.
It's cool. It's not like coming up empty after driving the field early against Tech ever ended badly.— Dawg Sports (@dawgsports) November 26, 2016
Little did they know...
Could have used a few more of those ticks, I suppose.
Someone on North Ave is not happy with the results of this game. pic.twitter.com/KcBC5wuh7Q— Happy Hoyt (@brianhoyt24) November 26, 2016
Live tweeting is fun until you blow a 13-point 4th quarter lead.
By losing to Tech, Kirby has dug himself a hole in his 1st year. If you don't think so, you're letting your red and black glasses blind you.— D^2 (UGA 7-5) (@dyer_dusty) November 26, 2016
Don’t be blinded!
@BrandonHolley_2 lose to Vandy and tech but beat Auburn & end their chances of winning their Division...Gimme the Auburn win anyday!— Darriel (@darriel5) November 27, 2016
At least Darriel is happy.
“We were actually trying to go 7-5. Coach Smart is playing the long con. Go Dawgs.”
@KWTufts Significant difference between picking up wet turf that's been chewed up during a game and climbing a fence to get to the hedges.— Dawg Sports (@dawgsports) November 27, 2016
Protect your shrubbery better.
So this is the group set up to protect the hedges at UGA... pic.twitter.com/xVSQuHwqTs— Radi Nabulsi (@RadiNabulsi) November 26, 2016
Ah, so they did try that. You live and learn, I suppose.
Dude, seriously? They’re twigs.
This guy smashed his TV with a hammer. And luckily for all of us, he was kind enough to post it on YouTube. Go Dawgs.
Those are just several of my favorites. If you see a UGA fan at work, school, church, the grocery store or anywhere else in the next 364 days, be sure to let them know what the Good Word is!