This is pretty funny.
The Super Bowl is in Atlanta, and the New England Patriots had practices this week at Georgia Tech. Two of New England’s starters, former UGA stars Sony Michel and David Andrews, apparently weren’t too fond of the practice location.
Georgia Tech is one of UGA’s biggest rivals.
“The Georgia guys [Michel and Andrews] are not thrilled being at Georgia Tech,” said New England head coach Bill Belichick, per WBZ-TV. “But that’s all right. They’ll get over it.”
Both Michel and Andrews shouldn’t worry about the “enemy” practice location being bad luck, as UGA hasn’t lost to Georgia Tech in Atlanta since 1999.
Meanwhile, the return to Georgia Tech has ignited some fun conversations between two Patriots offensive linemen, Andrews (center) and left guard Shaq Mason, who played at Georgia Tech, per WBZ-TV:
Said Andrews, “I like to always remind (Mason) that I’m 3-1 against him, and he always likes to remind me that he beat us our senior year and that’s all that matters — and it was Between the Hedges.”