The prevalence of cameras in today’s world captures moments that might have previously gone unnoticed.
During Saturday’s college football game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers, Kirby Smart’s son, seemingly Andrew Smart, was caught on camera displaying some mischievous behavior on the sideline. In the second half, he turned toward the crowd and made an explicit gesture in their direction.
The reason behind the young man’s actions is unclear, whether prompted by banter from the Tennessee fanbase or occurring entirely unprompted. Regardless, the incident adds a humorous touch to the game.
While there is a possibility that the person in question may not be Andrew Smart, the resemblance to the head coach’s son is evident. If it is indeed Andrew, Kirby Smart may need to have a conversation with his son about maintaining composure during games, even if there’s a small part of him finding humor in the situation.
Despite the potential need for a serious talk, the Bulldogs’ dominant performance against Tennessee, securing a 28-point win and maintaining an undefeated record, adds an element of swagger to their gameplay. Kirby Smart’s son’s sideline antics, though juvenile, contribute to the team’s confident demeanor.
In the aftermath of the game, there might be repercussions for Kirby Smart’s son, emphasizing the need for sportsmanship even in moments of victory.