ATHENS — Georgia’s football has released a hilarious video of Director of Player Programs Bryant Gantt performing a bed camp in fall camp.
The Bulldogs have continued the tradition of rooming together during fall camp in the days leading up to the start of classes.
Classes started on Monday so the training camp lodging is over, but not before plenty of laughs were captured in a Georgia Twitter account video.
One of the more humorous exchanges came when Georgia sophomore defensive lineman Malik Herring revealed that in addition to a roommate, he was keeping a “Chucky” doll in his room.
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“This is my best friend, my buddy,” the 6-foot-3, 280-pound Herring said, holding up the doll representing the fictional character in the movie ‘Child’s Play’ for the camera crew. “Chucky says ‘Go Dawgs!’ “
Gantt’s reply was “That’s what I deal with.”
Whether he was turning off video games, waking up Elijah Holyfield, interrupting Jake Fromm’s FaceTime conversation or providing late-night hydration, Gantt seemed to enjoy his role.
Gantt has served as the program coordinator in the football in 2011, and his numerous roles include “providing advice and counsel to student-athletes in areas related to life skills, personal accountability and personal development” according to his bio.
Gantt played for Georgia under Vince Dooley and Ray Goff, lettering in 1989 and 1990.