Seconds after the Georgia Bulldogs — an SEC football team — suffered its loss to the University of Central Florida Knights of C-USA, ESPN cameras caught at least one Bulldog start to cry.
But this Bulldog wasn’t a fan in the stands — it was one of the Bulldog football players walking off the field where the Knights won one of their biggest wins in school history.
The image of a crying football player brought back memories of University of Florida Quarterback Tim Tebow after his devastating loss to Alabama last year.
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KnightNews.com has already noticed the image of No. 16 reduced to tears on Facebook pages, with comments about how football players shouldn’t cry. This was a big loss for the dogs, who suffered their first losing season since 1996.
So what do you think? Should football players cry after major losses? Was it OK for Tebow? Was it OK for Georgia’s number 16 after the Liberty Bowl loss? Feel free to share your comments below.