Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch compared how good Florida’s 2009 football team was to the New York Yankees’ Murderers Row batting lineup from the late 1920s.
Then the Dartmouth, Mass., native said he realized it wasn’t the best comparison due to the murder charges filed against former Florida and New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
“I guess that’s a little more literal than I thought,” he said. “Innocent until proven guilty.”
Here’s the soundbite:
Georgia defensive lineman Garrison Smith listed off some players who could step up against Florida on Saturday.
Smith mentioned cornerback Shaq Wiggins, but referred to him as E.T.
“Did you see his Halloween costume?” Smith asked, noting the shape of Wiggins’s head could be seen as alien-like. “… We found him straight off of Mars when they went up there to explore.”
Here is Smith’s soundbite and photos from Wiggins’s Instagram account wearing his alien costume: