Found August 16, 2013 on College Spun:
Everybody loves a good joke. On the Georgia football team, players love to give each other a hard time, and everybody likes to get in on the action. Tonight, a pretty funny shot was fired across the line of scrimmage — defensive end Garrison Smith decided to tease offensive guard Mark Beard about his weight in a pretty interesting way: Yeah, that’s Smith comparing Beard to the Michelin Man. This is especially funny considering Georgia lists the two players as weighing 299 and 300 pounds, respectively. However, I guess if that one pound keeps you under 300, it is pretty significant — it’s fair game for Smith to tease Beard about his weight. Nothing like some good, clean family fun.
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