Georgia’s last game may have been a loss, but the team definitely had a win on Thursday.
That’s because head coach Kirby Smart invited the non-profit Extra Special People to bring young fans with developmental disabilities to watch practice and spend time with the players.
After the team finished practicing, the kids were able to come out on the field to get autographs, take pictures and play with the Bulldogs.
“They mean a lot to the people in this community,” Smart said of the children while talking to his players after practice. “And they love you, whether you win or lose. Understand?”
— Coach Kirby Smart (@KirbySmartUGA) October 21, 2016