Georgia running back Nick Chubb wasn’t the only player that got hurt during last year’s game against the Tennessee Volunteers.
Tennessee defensive tackle Shy Tuttle broke his leg after a low block from Brandon Kublanow.
It seems like the Bulldogs haven’t forgotten about the play, which was seen as a cheap shot by many Volunteer fans. They decided to take a shot at their SEC East rivals and Tuttle when they put the senior offensive lineman on the ticket for their match-up in October.
UGA putting Brandon Kublanow on #Vols game ticket after Kublanow cheap-shotted Shy Tuttle and broke his leg in 2015 is a world-class troll.
— Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) August 10, 2016
Here is a little refresher on the play if you don’t remember what happened. You be the judge of if it was purposeful or not.
Tennessee Freshman DT Shy Tuttle Out For The Rest Of The Season With Broken Fibula Because Of This Play vs. Georgia pic.twitter.com/vejaV4dpJO
— Tennessee Fan Base (@VolsFanBASE) October 13, 2015
Now, this might not be the Bulldogs trolling the Volunteers as they could have decided just to feature one of their senior blockers for one of their most important games in 2016. Either way, the Bulldogs and Volunteers should have a pretty fiery game in October.
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