Former Tennessee DB loses bet to former Georgia star Lewis Cine

Former Tennessee Volunteers safety Theo Jackson made a bet with Minnesota Vikings teammate Lewis Cine for the Georgia-Tennessee game. Both Jackson and Cine are a part of Minnesota’s defensive back room.

Cine, who played college football at Georgia, was a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL draft. Jackson is also a rookie. The Vikings selected Theo Jackson with a sixth-round pick in the 2022 NFL draft. Jackson recorded 190 tackles and three interceptions during his college career with Tennessee.

Unfortunately for Jackson, he bet that his Tennessee Volunteers would beat the Georgia Bulldogs. However, Georgia won 27-13 over Tennessee.

Tennessee’s defeat meant that Theo Jackson lost the bet and had to wear Georgia Bulldogs gear. It is good to see Lewis Cine in good spirits after suffering a season-ending leg injury a few months ago.

Theo Jackson joins fellow Vikings teammate Troy Dye, a former Oregon Duck, as another victim of one of Lewis Cine’s bets.

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Story originally appeared on UGA Wire