Found September 08, 2013 on
It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
The Georgia Bulldogs took one on the chin to in their season opener to Clemson last Saturday, so it was a given that they would come out swinging against South Carolina this weekend.
Prior to the Dawgs 41-30 poundng of the ‘Cocks Saturday, a dozen adults wrestled with each other, threw cheapshots, swore a little a lot and enjoyed a run-in with some rent-a-cops during their tailgate.
It looks like it begins with a twerp in a grey shirt walking away from the crowd wearing a pair of sunglasses while holding another. Mr. Redshirtguy then comes from behind, obviously adoring the heck out of the Roy-Ban’s in Mr. Greyshirtguy’s hands.
And from there, it was on. A dozen grown-ass men fought on a college campus. Ahhh, I remember my first drink.
Note: You may want to turn the speakers down if you don’t appreciate four-letter words.
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