Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart often uses his press conferences to shares messages with Dawgs fans. The Vanderbilt postgame presser was no different.
For 13 minutes, Coach Smart answered all of the media’s questions following Georgia’s explosive 62-0 win over Vanderbilt.
Before he left his seat, he issued a challenge to Georgia football fans ahead of a nobody-saw-it-coming Top 10 matchup with former Georgia offensive line coach Sam Pittman’s Arkansas Razorbacks.
Now, he’s asking Georgia fans to mirror the motto of their football team and be elite as well. He even gave some depth to what being an “ELITE” fan looks like:
Early – Coach Smart beckoned fans to be at Sanford Stadium early and to show up better than Dawgs fans ever have.
Loud – He requested that the Georgia faithful be louder than ever.
Intense – Coach promised that his football team would show up on Saturday with intensity. He asked that the fanbase be super intense as well.
Toughness – Nobody can question the toughness of Kirby Smart’s Georgia football teams. He wants to see that same toughness from Dawgnation on Saturday before and during the noon affair with the Razorbacks.
Elite – Coach Smart wants his football team to be elite and he wants the Georgia fanbase to be the same.
After giving some depth to what being an “ELITE” fan looks like, Coach Smart closed with this:
"If our fans will be ELITE, we’ll have an opportunity to put on a heckuva show at 12 o’clock in Sanford Stadium next week."
The head coach lit up the Dawg-Signal for Georgia football fans. Will they respond?
Something tells me Arkansas is gonna feel Sanford Stadium come noon on Saturday. Can’t wait – Go Dawgs!