And this one works.
Nick Saban was already a little perturbed when his fake punt didn't work because the Crimson Tide were called for a delay of game on the play. Now imagine how upset Saban was when Georgia coach Mark Richt rubbed salt in the wound with a fake punt that did work.
The play led to a Georgia touchdown from Aaron Murray to Jay Rome, putting the Bulldogs up 7-0 early in the second quarter. And we may not get many of those in this game, with the defenses ranking as two of the best in the country.
No weather in the Dome, but there's a mighty ominous Evil Richt front moving through. #brrrrr— Holly Anderson (@SIHolly) December 1, 2012
I pray for safe haven from whatever storm is brewing in the Georgia Dome between Evil Richt and Angry Saban.
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