College Football

Georgia blocks Alabama FG and runs it in for TD

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Cornelius Washington ripped right through the Alabama offensive line and had no trouble blocking this 49-yard field goal attempt; he didn’t even jump to block it. Alec Ogletree then picked it up and returned it for 6 completely untouched, on what is surely to be the biggest game-changing play of the game. Ogletree wasn’t going to be caught by anyone on this return.

Alabama’s special teams have been crippling them in the SEC Championship game and it could cost them a National Championship bid.

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2 Comments

  1. Michael J Skalitzky

    December 1, 2012 at

    I think I had better get back to watching this game………!

  2. Michael J Skalitzky

    December 2, 2012 at

    This turned out to be a very good game but Georgia really messed up at the end when they should have spiked the ball, and then maybe had a chance at 2 plays. The ball was tipped and the receiver just should have dropped the ball, unfortunate for them.

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