Georgia fans throw bottles on field after controversial call in CFP title game
Georgia fans didn’t like a controversial call in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game against Alabama in Indianapolis.
And, after the this play, which was ruled a fumble, they took a page out of Tennessee fans’ playbooks from earlier this year.
Here’s the play – called a fumble. pic.twitter.com/craO3HhhLc
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) January 11, 2022
As you can see below, a group of Georgia fans threw bottles on the field after the controversial call. It was also reported that they dumped beer on photographers on the sidelines:
Georgia fans just threw multiple bottles on the field. And dumped full beers on photographers in the end zone after that call. pic.twitter.com/FnYJG9AjrY
— Emily Van Buskirk (@Emilnem) January 11, 2022
Obviously, no matter how bad the fans think the call may have been, there’s no reason to throw bottles on the field or dump beer on sideline photographers.
We’ll see if the SEC has anything to say about that.