LOOK: Davin Bellamy’s mom dons signature phrase for National Championship Game

It looks like Davin Bellamy’s message to Baker Mayfield has made waves as Georgia prepares for the National Championship Game.

The senior defender had two tackles in Georgia’s Rose Bowl win while the defense did enough to limit Mayfield and the Oklahoma offense in a huge second-half comeback. The Sooners looked unstoppable in the first half of that game but managed just a lone field goal in two OT periods as the Bulldogs came away with a win.

Following the game, Bellamy was heard screaming “Humble yourself!” in Mayfield’s direction as Oklahoma players were leaving the field. The Sooners QB was seen taunting the Bulldogs after a missed field goal during the game, but Bellamy and Georgia had the last laugh.

As fans get ready Monday for the championship game, sports fan Jonathan Ganz shared a photo of Bellamy’s mom donning a t-shirt with the now iconic phrase:

While the phrase has been a sort of rallying cry for fans following the Rose Bowl, it remains to be seen if Georgia, Bellamy, and the rest of the Dawgs defense can come away with a win over Alabama in the national championship. Kickoff for the game is set for 8 pm EST on ESPN.

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LOOK: Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate may be dead for Georgia’s national championship appearance

This photo is sure to bring a smile to Georgia fans everywhere ahead of the National Championship Game Monday.

The Bulldogs are taking on Alabama in Atlanta with a chance to bring home Georgia’s first national championship since 1980. While the game should be a good one and is enough to make many Dawg fans happy, the admission department of Georgia’s in-state rival did the unthinkable.

The Georgia Tech Admission department posted a photo to Instagram to show “Peach State pride” for the Bulldogs. While the shirts of several people in the image are clearly photoshopped along with a sign that reads “Go Dawgs,” it is still hard to imagine an in-state school pulling for its hated rival. It is highly unlikely that Auburn’s admissions department would be able to utter a “Roll Tide” for Alabama ahead of game time.

Georgia fans will relish in the fact that the Bulldogs have apparently turned some Tech faithful for Monday’s game, but a number of GT fans were upset with the post and will indeed pull for the Crimson Tide come kickoff.


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Missouri promotes A.J. Ofodile to fill team’s 10th assistant coach slot

The Missouri Tigers have filled the position of their 10th assistant coach by promoting one of their own.

The school announced Monday that the Tigers are promoting A.J. Ofodile from the position of director of recruiting operations to be the team’s 10th assistant coach. He will shift to an on-field role after serving in his previous position for two seasons.

Ofodile came to Mizzou in 2016 after serving as the head coach at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Missouri. He will assume the on-field role after putting up strong results in recruiting each of the past two seasons.

Ofodile also played TE for Missouri and was a three-time letter winner from 1991-93. He had 73 catches for 851 yards and 6 TDs with the Tigers.

Mizzou Football announced the news with a graphic on Twitter:

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