The start of the Sugar Bowl against Texas did not go according to plan for Georgia punter, Jake Camarda.
His first punt appeared to be a real gem. Unfortunately, when he fielded a low snap, it was ruled that his knee was on the ground before punting (watch here). It was a swing of 66 yards.
Camarda’s next punt was a stone cold shank, going only 11 yards.
That caused Twitter to have some fun at the expense of Georgia’s punter.
Georgia’s punter right now… pic.twitter.com/ARvMVAfXxE
— Ryan Newman (@ryannewman311) January 2, 2019
The Georgia punter has climbed into his own head and made a mess.
— Bob Sturm (@SportsSturm) January 2, 2019
— Totty Hocutt (@HocuttHall) January 2, 2019
Georgia’s punter is going rogue
— TweetAlgorithm (@RealBrandon_T) January 2, 2019
The Georgia punter is shook. pic.twitter.com/gxpwFBO60T
— Chris McClain (@ChrisMcClain) January 2, 2019
I’m watching the #SugarBowl just to see Georgia’s punter kick.
— Ryan Henry (@Ryan_Henry81) January 2, 2019
Georgia Punter pic.twitter.com/y4EjdICM16
— 5th Quarter (@Alonsospeaks) January 2, 2019
Georgia, for the love of God, just put me in at punter. Please.
— Buffalo Trace (@TheOnlyDrew_) January 2, 2019
— Rod Mercado (@rcmercado) January 2, 2019
There was some good news. For the most part, the Bulldogs bailed Camarda out.
Texas only gets 3 points out of 2 Georgia punter blunders.
— Bob Ballou (@BobBallouSports) January 2, 2019
More good news for Camarda, a true freshman, is that things can’t get any worse. The bad news is that the Longhorns have a 17-0 lead after just over a quarter.