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Ole Miss vs. Georgia: Punt return goes in every which direction at once

Ole Miss leads Georgia, 3-0, early in a crucial SEC battle, and if it can keep returning punts like this, it might -- well, the score won't change, but everything will be lots of fun.

Ole Miss' Korvic Neat really lives up to his name on this punt return. His surname, that is.

Watch as he's hurled in the opposite direction by a lunging Georgia special teamer, completely switching directions while losing very little of his considerable momentum. He looks like he could keep running forever, but he eventually reroutes himself safely out of bounds. Ole Miss should probably counter this by having someone following him and then throwing him back the other way, but eventually their opponents would learn to counter that and punt returns would last forever or until Korvic Neat threw up from being thrown back and forth. Thanks for listening.

(For live Ole Miss-Georgia discussion, head right here).

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