College football just never ceases to amazes us sometimes. Just when we think we’ve seen it all in our lives, something else happens that completely leaves us both amazed and bewildered.
Saturday, it happened again inside Jordan-Hare Stadium between the Auburn Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs.
After dominating for about the first three quarters, the 9-1 Auburn Tigers had let the Georgia Bulldogs back into the game. You should never count out any team that has Aaron Murray under center.
The Bulldogs fought back all the way in the fourth quarter, and eventually took the lead when Murray ran one in from five-yards out to take a 38-37 lead.
You can feel the life just get sucked out of Jordan-Hare at that very moment. The SEC Title Game hopes they had dancing around in their heads had all but vanished.
That was until QB Nick Marshall and WR Ricardo Louis hooked up for what undoubtedly is the play of the year in the 2013 college football season.
Now, as the majority of the country was probably watching the events unfold live on CBS and listened to Verne and Gary give the call of it, let’s have a listen to how Rob Bramblett of Auburn Radio explained the events that took place: