Found September 10, 2012 on The Victory Formation:
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We seem to be in hot water with the Georgia Bulldogs fan base, so why not keep stoking the fire, right? We came across this clip today, thanks to Dr Saturday. It is of a 4-year-old Tennessee Volunteers fan that becomes so upset when he finds out that he is on the “red team.” The mom, on more than one occasion, tries to tell him that the “red team” has nothing to do with Georgia.

That is precious, right? And we salute the parents for teaching him good morals when it comes to college football. “To Hell with Georgia!”

 

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