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Aaron Murray says he has replayed SEC title game every night before he goes to sleep and it will "probably haunt me the rest of my life."
Asked what would have happened had Mosley not tipped the pass on final play, "It's a touchdown."
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
...thanks CJ, although I don't agree with AM.
Going to make a good print for D Moore.
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
That's just crazy. Our guys were all over both of those receivers. It may have been an incompletion or an interception, but it would not have been a TD!
^^^ This. He's crazy for assuming it would have been a TD.
This post was edited by GooPhi 19 months ago
Never Gets Old
Better yet... If they hadn't waived off the PI call on the play before that, the blocked FG would have ever happened
Lester looks like he just saw the inside of the briefcase in Pulp Fiction when Murray loads up. I'm not sure he doesn't pick it and take it to the house if it actually gets thrown.
While I agree 100%...I would also add that if they would have made the right call on the Eddie "fumble" being the touchdown of which it was... Since we scored 0 on that drive... Then the PI call, on where we were driving... Anyway... The score could have easily been like 42-17
I've thought that every time I see it...he knocks it down or takes it to the house
at least 42-21 JMHO but we were 2 TD better than UGA and our mistakes kept them in the game
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