Georgia isn’t exactly known for running a high-tempo offense, but it was too fast for Texas A&M at various times on Saturday.
Aggies sophomore defensive back Leon O’Neal Jr. appeared to fall down with an suspect injury two different times during the game. On the second occasion, CBS commentators Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson had some fun at O’Neal’s expense.
“Oh, no. Another one of those injuries to slow the game down,” Danielson said.
Nessler added: “Same guy. Leon O’Neal is having a tough day.”
Before his second time on the turf, O’Neal actually talked some trash with the Georgia offense. A few seconds later, he fell to the ground, which resulted in stopping Georgia’s offensive rhythm.
Danielson finished his fun ribbing of O’Neal by calling his injury an “acting job.”
Georgia has 200 offensive yards through the first three quarters. The Bulldogs lead the Aggies, 19-13, with about 11 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.