After playing with what coach Mark Richt called a lack of passion in a pair of losses and pair of lackluster wins, around 70 Georgia football players stormed the endzone and celebrated a first quarter touchdown on Saturday against Florida.
This motivational ploy was encouraged by Richt and it seemed to work. The end result was a 42-30 Georgia victory, aided by the emotional wave created by the first quarter celebration. The win was only Georgia's third in 18 years against Florida and Richt's second in six tries.
As expected, Florida coach Urban Meyer and players were not happy.
By the way, we're never making fun of the name Knowshon again.