Auburn football: Anthony Schwartz trolls Georgia fan in his mentions

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Former Auburn football WR and soon-to-be NFLer Anthony Schwartz had some fun on Twitter today following a Bulldogs fan’s response to his initial Georgia troll two days ago.

Following Spain’s win over Georgia (the European country, not American State) in the European World Cup Qualifier, Schwartz posted a tweet claiming Georgia had taken another loss.

Per Schwartz’ Twitter:

This prompted a Georgia fan to bring up the fact that Schwartz’ Tigers had never taken a game in “The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry” while the speedster was in uniform:

Which brought out Schwartz’ knockout punch:


Schwartz clearly was having fun with a fan who was having fun themselves. It’s refreshing to see such a light-hearted exchange on Twitter…certainly more refreshing than seeing people gang up on others while hiding behind an image of an anime character.

Either way, Schwartz clearly has a spirit that is still unafraid, taking shots at Georgia even as he prepares for life after the Plains. He is expected to be taken in the upcoming NFL Draft, possibly on the second day of the three-day, seven-round process.

He has been linked to no less than eight different teams, with the Pittsburgh Steelers having shown significant interest in the Pembroke Pines native before re-signing Juju Smith-Schuster. The Houston Texans, New York Jets, and Kansas City Chiefs have all been linked to Schwartz as well.

It will be fun to see where Schwartz land in the pros, and he won’t be the only Tiger to have his name called at the end of April and the beginning of May. Seth Williams, K.J. Britt, and Jamien Sherwood are among the Auburn football hopefuls looking to make it at the next level.

War Eagle to all the names mentioned…and don’t come at Anthony Schwartz if you’re a Georgia fan unless you want to be reminded of your 41-year National Championship drought.

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