During his Hall of Fame induction speech on Saturday, former Georgia Bulldog Terrell Davis took a moment to call the Bulldogs.
Davis was one of seven inductees in the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class honored over the weekend along with former kicker Morten Anderson, Seahawks defensive back Kenny Easley, defensive end Jason Taylor, running back LaDainian Tomlinson, quarterback Kurt Warner and current Dallas Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones.
“Bulldog fans, I want to say it one more time,” Davis said wearing his gold jacket. “Go Dawgs. Sic ‘Em.”
Davis played three seasons at Georgia from from 1992-1994, rushing for 1,657 yards and 14 touchdowns and receiving for 621 yards and five touchdowns.
Davis was selected in the sixth round of the 1995 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. In eight seasons with the Broncos, Davis accounted for 7,607 rushing yards and 60 touchdowns. Davis also recorded 1,280 receiving yards and caught for five touchdowns.
Davis’ full Hall of Fame speech can be watched below:
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