It wasn’t a good start for Georgia’s new offense during Saturday’s season opener at Arkansas.

With Jake Fromm gone, redshirt freshman quarterback D’wan Mathis made his first career start. And on the Bulldogs’ first five drives, they ended in four punts and a Mathis interception. Mathis was picked off by Arkansas’ Montaric Brown on a third-and-7 at the Razorbacks’ 12-yard line.

Georgia trailed Arkansas, 7-0, at the end of the first quarter. The Bulldogs had only 68 total yards in the opening quarter — less than the number of penalty yards the team had at that point (73).

It didn’t take long for social media to react to what it was seeing from Georgia’s lackluster start: