Everybody in Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday got a scare when Chamberlain Smith, a photography intern for the UGA Athletic Association, was run over by Georgia's Brian Herrien when he was shoved out of bounds after a making a catch in the second quarter of the Bulldogs' 21-14 win over Auburn.
Smith was in a kneeling position with her camera when Herrien collided with her. She was knocked unconscious for a brief time and suffered a black eye.
Chamberlain, of Ringgold, was attended to on the sideline by UGA doctors and trainers and carefully loaded onto a backboard by emergency responders covering the game. She was treated at East Alabama Medical Center and later released with a concussion and a few bumps and bruises.
Herrien actually scored for Georgia on its next offensive play. But he was extremely concerned about Chamberlain and tweeted her best wishes right after the game.
Smith herself took to social media Sunday to thank well-wishers.