Former Florida TE Ben Troupe brutally trolls Georgia when asked about Tom Brady's longevity
The Florida-Georgia rivalry is one of the most intense rivalries in the SEC. Even players who haven’t been in college for 20 years or more are still heavily invested.
On Monday, former Florida TE Ben Troupe, a member of the Gators’ 2000 SEC title-winning team and a first-team All-SEC player in 2003, brutally trolled the Bulldogs in a question that wasn’t even about Georgia.
Per ESPN’s Christian Goeckel, Troupe trolled the Dawgs’ lack of titles when asked about Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady appearing in Super Bowls in 3 separate decades:
Tom Brady will play in a Super Bowl in 3 separate decades.
I asked @BenTroupe84 what’s one thing he’s done in 3 separate decades.
His answer: “Seen Georgia not win a national championship.”
— Christian Goeckel (@goeckelespn) January 25, 2021
Georgia, of course, hasn’t won a national championship since 1980 — something rival schools won’t let Bulldog fans forget. The Gators most recently won a title in 2008.
Troupe played in the NFL from 2004 to 2008 with the Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders.