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Georgia players visibly angry with each other in sideline meltdown at Mizzou

Georgia players visibly angry with each other in sideline meltdown at Mizzou

Georgia players were visibly upset in the first half at Missouri when the Bulldogs fell behind 10-0 and made several errors, including Brady Cook’s touchdown pass to Tyler Stephens.

Jamon Dumas-Johnson seemed to be the most upset in an SEC net shot from the Georgia bench. Dumas-Johnson directed his tantrum at Kamari Lassiter before defensive co-coordinator Glenn Schumann stepped in and put his arm around Lassiter.

Georgia had 2 fumbles in the first half with 10:20 left, and only 2 first downs, while the Bulldogs were 1-for-5 on third-down conversions. Mizzou also controlled the time of possession for almost 4 minutes.

This is a shocking development for the No. 1 team in the country, and it followed a lackluster performance against Kent State last week.

Georgia looked vulnerable for the first time all season in a 39-22 victory over Kent State. Combine that with the way Missouri finished last week’s tough overtime loss at Auburn, and it rocked the college football world. The Tigers came off the most disappointing loss of Eli Drinkwitz’s tenure at Columbia, when running back Nathaniel Peat fumbled as he reached the pylon and what would have been the game-winning touchdown in overtime at Auburn.

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