A group of extremely sad Georgia fans from Saturday’s SEC Championship Game between the Bulldogs and Alabama went viral.
Heading into this weekend, the consensus was that the Crimson Tide had the opportunity to really shock the world against the defending champs.
Alabama built up a ton of momentum coming into Saturday, and the only question was whether they would be able to keep the train going against a tough-nosed Bulldogs squad.
As it turns out – they could. Despite a late run by Georgia, Alabama walked out of Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a 27-24 victory.
After the loss, a group of sad Georgia fans were identified in the stands:
Alabama leads it at the half.
Georgia fans are stunned! pic.twitter.com/3s55HwnCYx
— Trojan Football (@TrojanFBx) December 2, 2023
With college football fans being what they are, folks had a lot to say about the Georgia girls in question.
These girls haven’t seen a loss
— SDub (@SDubduck) December 3, 2023
why do they dress as if they’re headed out to a night club at a football game?
— LAFan (@kcusc) December 2, 2023
Georgia’s college applications just went up 10,000
— Darth Vaper 🗽 (@TrumpsRump5) December 2, 2023
In a college football weekend that saw a Florida State cheerleader’s wild photos leak out, it is telling that this wound up being the big viral story of Saturday.
But here we are.
Oklahoma State Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral Before Texas Game: https://t.co/e1WaV68oJD
— Game 7 (@game7__) December 2, 2023
Now the big question is how the Bulldogs’ loss will impact who does and doesn’t make the College Football Playoff.
Will Georgia fans be able to see their squad regain some semblance of respectability back in the College Football Playoff, or was this Alabama loss a sign of things to come? An answer one way or the other will emerge within the next couple of days.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.