Photo: Mississippi State Nickoe Whitley Caught Relieving Himself During the Game

I think UGA football players will have new bulletin board material whenever they play Mississippi State again. During the game this past Saturday Mississippi State defensive back Nickoe Whitley was caught taking a bathroom break in the hedges. provided the photo.

I don’t know if Whitley was pissed (no pun intended) that his team was losing and wanted to get back at UGA or he really had to go and couldn’t hold it. Whatever the reason was that wasn’t a good idea and it was nasty.

There was already some tension between the two teams before the game when MSU players gathered on the “G” logo after warm-ups and were jumping on the logo. UGA players felt disrespected and took out their anger on the other Bulldogs, beating them 24-10.

If they felt disrespected about that then I know they aren’t too happy about what Whitley did.

I think it would be best for the SEC to leave these schools off each others schedule for a while.

14 thoughts on “Photo: Mississippi State Nickoe Whitley Caught Relieving Himself During the Game

  • Sweetie get a life. Big deal!! Messy broad!!!

  • Guess when you gotta go ….you gotta go…lol

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