WATCH: UGA football 'hype' video is appropriately angsty

Below we have what is a sort of sad hype video posted to YouTube by Georgia Bulldogs football fan Chloe Knott, who hoped "to get everyone amped up." (H/T Saturday Down South)

Leave it to the Dawgs to inspire a hype video titled “Don’t Let Me Down.” Hope for the best but brace for the crushing disappointment that almost certainly is coming.

The video opens with Nick Chubb’s run against Tennessee in which he suffered a season-ending injury. The video’s voice over features Gary Danielson somberly describing it as “a nightmare scenario for Georgia fans.” Cool. Start with the low point and build up from there.

The video quickly transitions to images and sounds from Mark Richt’s ouster and Kirby Smart’s hiring. “This Is Our Year” the video promises, before a somewhat creepy Smart materializes from the dark and declares: “Ladies and gentlemen, please rise. It’s good to be home.”

We then see images of the UGA spring game and assorted plays from past Bulldogs seasons. There’s some exciting stuff in there, and Knott’s video really is well done, but the highlights are set to the incongruous soundtrack of “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers (feat. Daya).

Here are the lyrics:

Right now I need a miracle

Hurry up now, I need a miracle

Stranded, reaching out. I call your name but you're not around

I say your name but you're not around

I say your name but you're not around

I need ya, I need ya, I need you right now

Yeah I need you right now

So don't let me, don't let me, don't let me down

I think I'm losing my mind now

It's in my head darling, I hope

That you'll be here when I need you the most

So don't let me, don't let me, don't let me down . . .

Running out of time

I really thought you were on my side

But now there's nobody by my side

All right, then. Go Dawgs?

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