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    Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    Here is a video that shows good angles of the last play and breaks it down pretty well. I like seeing the details of Mosley making a great play...

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    Re: Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    If the ball were not caught by the slot receiver, Georgia would have been able to run one more play. Who knows what happens. Sometimes you just have to thank the football gods.

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    Re: Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    Yeah, that is something you have to tip your hat to pure luck. The deflection was planned but the deflection landing right in the quick out receiver's hands was pure luck. He was a spacing guy trying to draw the safety and linebackers down to make the fade throw more clear for Murray. He saw the ball and must have thought he was wide open for a walk in touchdown.

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    Re: Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    Quote Originally Posted by B1GTide View Post
    If the ball were not caught by the slot receiver, Georgia would have been able to run one more play. Who knows what happens. Sometimes you just have to thank the football gods.

    I agree. It is so hard for a WR to not have the instinct to catch the ball.
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    Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    It seems to me the intended WR was well covered any way.
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    Re: Breaking down the last play in SECCG (video)

    Sometimes they go your way (this)
    Sometimes they do not (Manziel recovering bobble, TD to Swope)
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