In injured RB Nick Chubb's first game out of the starting lineup since November of 2014, Georgia's always dependable band of body painted students decided to show their prized running back a bit of support as he watched from the sidelines.
The Bulldogs ended up winning the game against Mizzou (4-3, 1-3 in SEC) 9-6, but appeared to be completely lost on offense without their Heisman Trophy candidate behind the quarterback.
Saturday's game was the first time since the 2013 Gator Bowl that Georgia (5-2, 3-2 in SEC) failed to have an individual 100-yard rusher in a game as all the red body paint in the world won't be able to fix this team's offensive woes.
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