Georgia football fans anticipate the newest hype video each week to see who narrates it and the message. The latest video for the Georgia Tech game goes outside the box and gets a newly crowned world champion to deliver the message.
Since the Atlanta Braves won the World Series, the buzz around Georgia has been a little different, like a particular sports curse had been finally lifted.
Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker narrates the newest video and discusses Georgia’s rich history and unique sports culture.
Georgia football sends a championship-winning message in the latest hype video.
He talked about how finally the Braves are world champions and how the Dawgs could be next because they have these characteristics that make up an elite team.
The message is how championship-caliber teams have these standards, confidence, and determination to succeed at all costs.
Snitker describes what it takes to be a champion, and if anyone knows what it demands, it’s him and for him to do this video for the university is huge. This video isn’t just for the fans but recruits because that is always the reasoning behind most of the cool things Georgia does.
Plus, it’s a subtle dig because the Dawgs play an Atlanta team, so they got the Atlanta Braves manager to do a video for them. You got to love that, but then again, one group is 11-0, and the other is 3-8 on the season, so it’s understandable why Georgia asked the newly crowned World Series manager.
Then again, his team is thinking 10 steps ahead, so of course, the Dawgs got Snitker to do this video.
When he says, “You’re either elite, or you’re not,” that sent chills down my spine. Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart loves to use that comment, and it’s this team’s mindset. They know that if they practice hard, play harder, and do all the things it takes to win, no one in college football is good enough to beat them.
Another goosebump moment in the video is him talking about tying yourself to the logo on the hats and uniforms they wear, and if that doesn’t describe this team, I don’t know what else does. This group understands what it means to wear that “G” on their helmets and jerseys. They know it’s a brotherhood, and as one unit, they can accomplish anything they set out to do.
As Snitker said to finish the video, “Let’s play ball!” Georgia has one regular-season game between them and the postseason, so it’s time to finish the drill and go 12-0 into the SEC Championship game.