AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — For a guy who made two of the biggest plays in Georgia history the past two seasons, Adonai Mitchell should be used to celebrating touchdowns by now.
But when it came to his first scoring catch for No. 11 Texas, last week against Rice, Mitchell admits he was unsure exactly what he was supposed to do. It is fair to say the scene was different than he is used to: there was no confetti in the end zone, and the firing of Old Smokey the cannon can be unsettling for the uninitiated.
“I ain’t gonna lie. I don’t know if y’all…
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