The Georgia Bulldogs were in their last quarter against the Mizzou Tigers on Saturday. Before blowing them out of the water, a young boy pulled out a book.
ATHENS, Ga. — It’s an unusual but educational sight at a Georgia game as fans jump and scream at the top of their lungs while the Bulldogs beat the Mizzou Tigers.
With just 14 minutes left in the fourth quarter against Mizzou on Saturday, one metro Atlanta boy pulled out his book and started reading.
Stadium cameras spotlighted the young boy, but he didn’t bat an eye as he continued to read his book.
His former elementary school took to Facebook shortly after the moment.
“You know that moment when you’re watching the UGA game and see a former Hawk reading a book during the game? This makes our educator’s hearts so proud! Ignite a love of reading early, and children won’t be able to put books down. Will, we cannot love this enough,” said the Holsenbeck Elementary School in their post.
View the post from the young boy’s former elementary school below:
A user on the X platform, formerly known as Twitter, also posted about the young boy’s actions.
The post can be viewed below.
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