New Georgia head coach Kirby Smart is already doing a pretty good job to help put the Bulldogs back into contention in the SEC. It also looks like he is doing a good job of gaining more favor around the country after he and a handful of players, including running back Nick Chubb, went and played dodgeball at a summer camp.
The team headed to Camp Sunshine, a summer camp that benefits children suffering from serious illness and their families. They played a rousing game of dodgeball and Smart and Chubb both looked like they were getting into the game.
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“To be honest, it’s great for our players to come here and release a little bit, and see what giving back means,” Kibry Smart said to the Macon Telegraph. “We have a lot of kids on our team who are entitled and feel like they’re owed something. You come here and realize you’re owed nothing. Nothing at all in life.”
This was certainly a terrific way for the Bulldogs be able to release some stress. But I think I would hate to be on the end of a ball being hurled by Nick Chubb.