Photo: SEC Football Coaches Oscars Selfie

Last night at the Oscars, Ellen DeGeneres took a “selfie” photo that included such stars as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and Kevin Spacey.

The image went out in a tweet and now holds the record for most retweets, which is currently nearing 3 million.

BassinDawg, a popular UGA follow on Twitter for his Photoshop work, mocked up his own Oscars selfie with the stars as SEC head football coaches.

In place of Jennifer Lawrence, he has UGA head coach Mark Richt. Check out the picture below, it’s epic.

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