Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has no intention of letting the last-second fail in the 2012 SEC title game go away.
Georgia had the ball on the Alabama 8-yard-line with 9 seconds remaining. The Bulldogs had no timeouts and instead of spiking the ball, quarterback Aaron Murray attempted a pass to the corner, but it was deflected and landed in the hands of receiver Chris Conley, who slipped at the 5 as time ran out.
Alabama won 32-28 and went on to play for a national title.
Now, let’s pretend for a moment that Georgia would have spiked the ball — or the ball would have fallen incomplete — and the Bulldogs had time to regroup, time to run a drawn up play. What would Georgia have called?
According to the Macon Telegraph, Bobo told a group at last Thursday's UGA Day meeting in Augusta that he had a play for that situation and that it wasn’t from Georgia’s playbook, rather from studying film of Florida during the 2008 SEC title game where the Gators defeated the Crimson Tide 31-20.Read More »from Georgia OC said he would have called a Florida-inspired play at the end of the SEC title game