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I had about a 36" vert in the middle of a bar that had a good mix of fans. Plenty of bama ones to high five though
Dialed it back pretty quick because there was alot of time left on clock
This post was edited by Bama Boz 16 months ago
He made an NFL quality adjustment when he looked back for the throw. Kind of baited Swann in and then turned on the burners. When I saw AJ load up and sling it, I knew two things - 1) score, and 2) oh shit, we left too much time. That last drive was incredibly frustrating to watch.
I don't remember how I reacted, but had 2 UGA fans sitting behind me who were actually nice guys. We were on the front row of the upper level at the goal line where Cooper scored. We saw Cooper break open and I actually thought AJ had waited too long to see it, but as AJ started to throw it was clearly a TD with a good throw. The UGA fan just painfully yelled "NO NO NO NO NO NO" from the moment AJ threw it until the catch and then sat in silence. It all seemed to be in slow motion.
I was at the game in the upper deck. I saw the play developing and AJ was looking right. I jumped from the upper deck, ran out on the field, tapped AJ on the shoulder and told him to look left. He did, then threw it and you all saw the result. I did it very fast and most of you probably missed me. After the game as AJ was being interviewed you could see him mouth "thanks LuckyB"
I'm sure everyone around was glad u did that...
Nice work. Was that you on the field yelling at HaHa to drop back on that INT?
It may have been said already - if so I apologize, I did not read every post. Many have mentioned AJ looking right before coming back and throwing to Coop.....some saying it seemed liked he looked for a long time -
The Play is set up to go to COOP. And AJ's job is hard play action to pull the LB's up and hopefully slow up the dlineman a step on the rush thinking its a running play (this to give COOP the time to get down the field and to give AJ the time to throw) but also his job is the high safety. He looked towards the receivers to the right to make darn sure the safety stayed to that side of the field allowing COOP to stay one on one beating his man for the TD.
Everything about the play went off perfectly. The Call, calling it at the right moment, AJ's fake, AJ's looking the safety off, the release....and of course Coops burst to catch the ball as if it was a piece of bread falling from the sky.
O and I too just yelled and then yelled again releasing all that built up frustration from how the game was going and the nerves of us potentially losing this game.....and also immediately said to friends watching - there's too much time. Too much time left.
This post was edited by BB2One 16 months ago
I had an outer body experience, don't recall too much, just know I'm still getting my voice back today.
My reaction? I became Pentecostal.
Is this one in the BOL Dictionary?
Best I can remember it was like
Nudity and booty dancin'
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
I was told that Coop was actually suppose to run a post when he ran a flag on the play.. I don't care what was "suppose" to happen as I am satisfied with the outcome.. Just seeing if anyone else heard this..?
He had an option to run his "best route." That's what I understood him to say in the post game interview on the field. When he realized that he had beaten Swann inside on his release, he worked his way out to break away from any safety help.
I was on a flight from Atlanta to Pensacola and watching the play by play updates online. When I saw TOUCHDOWN I raised my hands in the air said YES! High fives were going all over the airplane. Internet stopped working with 56 seconds to go. Longest landing of my life!!!
He faked a slant and the corner bit big time. If AJ would've thrown it right on time he would have had the guy beat by 5+ yards but he had to slow down a little. It was one of the smoothest routes I've ever seen.
It seems like a lock for a reception when AJ throws in a particular rhythm. When I saw it I yelled "SIX". I was happy.
I was in the upper deck about the 5 yard line on the end of the field where he scored. My first reaction was AC has got 'em beat but I must admit I was afraid that AJ was going to under throw the ball and it would be picked. To my delight that wasn't the case and..... I gave the fat Georgia fan that had been taking up too much of my legroom the whole freakin' game the STARE! After I finally calmed down and decided to sit.....he moved his fat leg out of my way!!
Well I was at the game, so I tackled the four college guys to the left of me, hugged the fat one, then kissed some cougar in front of me. Out of body experience.
Yea, one of those moments where inappropriate touching is...cool (g)
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