Oct 12, 2013; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs mascot UGA IX on the field prior to the game against the Missouri Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia Bulldogs Dawg Tweets: Aaron Murray gets a shock, Christian Robinson gets fired

Welcome to this week’s edition of Dawg Tweets. It is time to catch everyone up on the latest and greatest with all the current and former Georgia Bulldogs, and their Twitter activity.

Clearly there is a Keeping up with the Kardashians epidemic happening amongst the University of Georgia football team. Hunter Long admitted a few weeks ago to spending his free time watching the reality show and now the new fan favorite, Ryne Rankin, has been outed by teammate Aulden Bynum for being a fan.

Garrison Smith – Thats what she said (But we’re all sure Garrison was happy to see the Spurs win the NBA title)

Ray Drew will make a country boy out of John Atkins yet! The two took a fishing trip together Thursday that was John’s first.

Christian Robinson was fired from his position as official Bachelorette commentator due to his lack of live tweeting. Chad Gloer hands him his walking papers. Doubtful that Robinson will be granted a waiver.

Aaron Murray gets a shock when he goes to visit his girlfriend at work. The hazards of dating a member of the media.

Keith Marshall shows respect to the men and women of the Armed Forces. He is a DGD.

Verron Haynes gives some words of wisdom we can all live by.

That concludes this week of Dawg Tweets. Check back next week to see what else the dawgs are getting into in the offseason. Until then be good Georgia fans.

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