AUDIO: Georgia fan breaks down in tears on radio

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

Only a mascot head can hide the pain Bulldog fans feel
Only a mascot head can hide the pain Bulldog fans feel. (USATSI)

On Saturday night Georgia lost to Clemson 38-35. It was a loss in which the Bulldogs have nothing to be ashamed of, as they went on the road and lost to a top ten team by three points. Plus it's the first game of the season, so Georgia has a lot of time to work its way back to the top.

Unfortunately not all Georgia fans seem to realize this. The pain of the opening night loss is just too much to overcome. Particularly for one Georgia fan who we know simply as "Tyler in Atlanta." Well, "Tyler in Atlanta" called in to a local radio show to talk about his Dawgs and his emotions just got the best of him.

Yes, that's right. A few months ago Mark Richt and Georgia were a few yards shy of an SEC title. Now Richt needs to be fired and replaced with (uncontrollable sobbing).

College football fans are, and always will be, the best.

Audio courtesy 92.9 The Game, CBS Atlanta

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