Aaron Murray picked Mississippi State to beat the Georgia Bulldogs last weekend, and he experienced a lot of backlash for his prediction.

Murray, who played QB for the Bulldogs from 2010-2013, claimed he did not want Georgia to win but went with his gut. His prediction was wrong as UGA trounced MSU 31-3 with a dominant performance at home.

Murray seems happy Georgia pulled out the win, but he apparently had his “Calling the Dawgs” appearance rescheduled as a result of picking against the home team. He shared the story on The Punt & Pass Podcast that he hosts with former UGA punter Drew Butler.

“We think we might need to postpone you calling the Dawgs for another opportunity,” Murray said a representative from Georgia told him. “I was like, ‘Listen, if you guys think it’s the best, then that’s fine with me. A little disappointed. But the last thing we wanted as a headline was, ‘Aaron Murray gets booed calling the Dawgs.’”

Murray also reiterated that his true feelings are always with UGA:

“My heart’s always with the Dawgs, baby,” said Murry, “but I made an educated guess, and I was pretty off with that one, because the Dawgs came in and just rolled them.”

It will likely be a while before Murray picks against UGA again.

The No. 7 Bulldogs will take on Tennessee this Saturday. Kickoff is set for 3:30 pm EST on CBS.