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Photo: Georgia Football Players Love Throwing Up Signs, Including Double-Birds

Just going to leave this one right here. Malcolm Mitchell, the preseason 3rd-team All-SEC wide receiver from Georgia, posted this to his Instagram this morning with the caption “Camp Life” — it looks like the Bulldogs may be learning some new hand signals to call plays in from the sideline? Offensive lineman Hunter Long is particularly good at this…nice.
Via College Spun
August 10, 2013  |  Discuss

A Georgia player posted a picture of the playbook online

Twitter and social media may destroy more athlete’s careers than all the women, drugs, and weapons in the world. Hunter Long, a Georgia offensive lineman, used Twitter to post a picture of Georgia’s playbook according to The tweet has apparently been deleted but here is what Red and Black Attack had to report: The picture linked in the message showed what...
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July 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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