You have to hand it to Kirby Smart, he’s willing to sacrifice his body to celebrate with his Dawgs.

The former Georgia defensive back turned coach has been known to show some passion on the sideline and celebrate big plays made on the field before and you had to know the same would be said for any big plays in the 2019 SEC Championship Game but Smart may have to have a bit more caution than he showed in the first quarter on Saturday.

After LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire fumbled on LSU’s second possession and Georgia recovered the ball and Smart immediately ran out on the field to celebrate the turnover.

That’s when Smart got destroyed:


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Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the fumble was reversed upon replay and Georgia kept the ball. At least Georgia held LSU to a three and out on the possession, that’s not something that has happened often this season.