Georgia RB Todd Gurley’s game against Clemson commemorated with graffiti wall (Photo)

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Georgia RB Todd Gurley’s game against Clemson commemorated with graffiti wall (Photo)
Georgia RB Todd Gurley’s game against Clemson commemorated with graffiti wall (Photo)

Georgia running back Todd Gurley started the season in grand fashion by rushing for 198 yards and three touchdowns and adding a 100-yard kickoff return for a score.

So what better way to memorialize Gurley’s Heisman campaign kickoff then to spray paint the achievement on the side of a brick wall in Atlanta.

Gurley posted a picture of the artistry on his Instagram account thanking Broken Window Theory Clothing, an urban clothing shop in Atlanta, for the shout out.

This isn’t the first graffiti art Broken Window Theory Clothing has done, but — at least from the photos on its Tumblr page — it looks like the company’s first Georgia-football centric art.

While we think this looks awesome, we have one small correction: Gurley actually had 293 yards of total offense because he had a catch for -5 yards. But, you know, who cares? It still looks cool.

For more Georgia news, visit UGASports.com.

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