Davin Bellamy Gives Explanation On "Humble Yourself" Line

Davin Bellamy Gives Explanation On "Humble Yourself" Line

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Davin Bellamy Gives Explanation On "Humble Yourself" Line

This past Thursday, DawgNation hosted an event at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia. The event featured Georgia greats Nick Chubb, Sony Michel, Roquan Smith, Lorenzo Carter and Davin Bellamy answering questions and discussing memories from their collegiate careers.

One of those questions was on Bellamy’s infamous quote, “Humble yourself,” which he shouted at Heisman winner Baker Mayfield following Georgia’s Rose Bowl victory. Bellamy opened up on why he said the line and what Mayfield did to provoke him into saying it.

Bellamy told fans at the Roxy that he shouted “Humble Yourself”   because of Mayfield’s actions during and before the game.

And it all started in pregame warmups when Mayfield apparently ran through the Georgia wide receivers’ pregame drills.

Bellamy said that Terry Godwin II came into the locker room and mentioned how Mayfield disrupted the drill. Bellamy also noted that Mayfield was highly “animated” during the game and that his gestures were a little over the top.

Mayfield was seen telling Georgia players “it’s over” during the first quarter, along with some on-field celebrations and pregame taunting that did not sit well with Bellamy and the Dawgs.

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