Bacarri Rambo enjoys bowls’ ‘Day for Kids’

ORLANDO, Fla. — Safety Bacarri Rambo already had his game face on more than 48 hours before kickoff.

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Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo (18) greets fans in the Dawg Walk before Georgia takes on Tennessee on Sept. 29 in Athens.

Rambo said a 13-year old named Malcolm got the best of him in “Madden 13,” a NASCAR game and a bumper cars game during the bowl’s “Day for Kids” event Sunday for disadvantaged children held at DisneyQuest.

“Even though he was a kid, he was embarrassing me,” Rambo said. “He kept beating me in every game, so I was just trying to get the best of him in one game at least so he just wouldn’t be talking trash or bragging about it.”

Georgia and Nebraska players took part in the event prior to holding practices.

“I really just enjoyed being out there with the kids,” Rambo said. “I love kids. I have a lot of nieces and nephews I like to spend time with when I’m home and just spending the time with those kids and just being a positive influence and just being around them was a great honor and a great feeling.”

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