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David Andrews Remains A Bulldog Point Of Pride

Hunker down, you hairy ‘Dawg.

NFL: Super Bowl LIII-New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams
Jazz. Hands.
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Julian Edelman may have been the MVP of Super Bowl LIII. But former Georgia Bulldog David “Boss” Andrews was the clear MVP of the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory parade.

The big lineman was clearly having a good time, and he deserved to celebrate. As a reminder, Andrews was a lightly recruited player coming out of Gwinnett County’s Wesleyan School. He then started 40 games in Athens, earning second team All-SEC honors as a senior, only to go undrafted. He’s now started 57 games for the New England Patriots, has served as a team co-captain for the last two seasons, and has two Super Bowl rings. What can you say?

Yes it is, Boss. Yes it is. Until later . . .

Go ‘Dawgs!!!