It’s SEC Championship week, and at least one Bulldog in the NFL is showing his support for his former team.
Georgia legend Thomas Davis, who played in Athens for three seasons from 2002-04, repped his team during a media session in the Carolina Panthers locker room on Thursday afternoon. Check it out:
Big game this week. pic.twitter.com/o5lkPhnPhr
— Joe Person (@josephperson) November 30, 2017
Davis was a freshman on Georgia’s 2002 SEC title team.
“Bulldogs Against the World” may be how a lot of fellow former Georgia players as well as fans feel, as Auburn comes in having defeated then No. 1 Georgia and then No. 1 Alabama on the way to becoming the No. 2 team in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Georgia sits at No. 6, despite having a better loss than other one-loss teams.
Many think that the Bulldogs will play the Tigers closer this time around but will still come up short.
The official Georgia Football Twitter account returned the favor, sending some love back toward Davis.
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) November 30, 2017
Georgia and Auburn kick off the SEC Championship Game at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The winner is essentially a lock to make the College Football Playoff.