Report: Davin Bellamy Seeks Trademark for 'Humble Yourself' Baker Mayfield Taunt

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistJanuary 10, 2018

Georgia linebacker Davin Bellamy sits on the bench in the second half of an NCAA college football game against Vanderbilt Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn. Georgia won 45-14. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
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Georgia linebacker Davin Bellamy is seeking to trademark the line he screamed at Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield following the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. 

Per TMZ Sports, Bellamy has filed trademark papers for "humble yourself" to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for use on apparel like T-shirts and hats.

Bellamy's one-liner to Mayfield became a viral moment after Georgia defeated Oklahoma 54-48 in double-overtime to reach the CFP National Championship, via Channel 1 Atlanta:

Speaking about the moment to ESPN's Arash Markazi, Bellamy explained what he meant with the line:

"All I'm saying is humble yourself. All the flamboyancy ... I carry myself the same way, but humble yourself, man. ... Our wide receivers came back and told us that they were running their routes before we went out there and he was on their line. Just humble yourself, man, just humble yourself. You're not built like that."

The Bulldogs erased a 31-14 deficit to defeat the Sooners. Bellamy had two tackles in the win. 

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