Auburn defensive back Jonathan Jones just made a play that is bound to be on every single highlight reel tonight.
Forced to kick the ball with just a little over a minute in the third quarter, Auburn kicker Steven Clark set up the kick. The ball soared down the field, and just as it was about to cross the goal line and start the ball on the twenty yard line, Jonathan Jones thought quickly and made a tremendous save.
With his foot on the goal line, he positions himself in such a way that the ball bounces right off of him and onto the ground. That was the sixth time they have forced the play to start inside the twenty yard line tonight.
Here is a look at the play.
In the first half of the game, the Florida State Seminoles were simply unable to get any sort of offense going. Auburn’s hurry up style threw the Seminoles for a loop. However, it is amazing what halftime can do for a team.
In the second half, the Seminoles have been able to get their offense on track, and score the last 17 points of the game. Also, if Auburn continues to have difficulties on special teams, they may very well open the door wide enough for the Seminoles to come barreling through.
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