The Georgia Bulldogs are starting to get healthy, and are doing everything possible to salvage their season. Today, they fell behind the Auburn Tigers by 20 points in the fourth quarter, but refused to throw in the towel.
Aaron Murray has orchestrated a monstrous comeback, throwing for two touchdowns and running for another to give Georgia a 38-37 lead. The go-ahead TD was actually scored on a 4th-and-goal play: Murray dropped back in the pocket, surveyed the field, and took off scrambling when he saw nobody open in front of him. He was hit about one yard before the end zone, but managed to fight his way to just break the plane.
The played was reviewed (it was called a touchdown on the field) and upheld. Georgia took a 38-37 lead, and Auburn had less than two minutes to keep their national championship hopes alive: