The University of Georgia Bulldogs headed to College Station on Wednesday to take on the Texas A&M Aggies in a pivotal SEC match-up.
Though the game was tied late in the second half, eight consecutive Bulldog points led Georgia to a 63-54 victory. The hard-fought win moved UGA into a tie with A&M for fourth place in the SEC standings, with both teams boasting conference records of 7-4.
Bulldog head coach Mark Fox has steadily improved his team since taking the job in Athens, and if his squad plays with half the emotion Fox exhibited on Wednesday, UGA has a strong chance of making waves this postseason.
When ESPN caught up with Fox for a post-game interview, the sixth-year coach had totally lost his voice, resulting in this painful — albeit hilarious — sound bite.
Fox is clearly in pain, and though I definitely feel bad for him, I couldn’t help but think of this clown as soon as he started talking.
You win some, you lose some.