SEC officials ruled this ball was tipped, which negated an interference call against Georgia. - CBS
Everything's coming up Dawgs.
Alabama has been so dominant at times over the last two seasons, when the Crimson Tide start making mistakes, it seems like a glitch in the Matrix. But today, they're just being flat outplayed by the Georgia Bulldogs in all phases of the game.
The boys up front are getting a push, the defensive pressure is clearly getting to A.J. McCarron, and Nick Saban seems rattled strategically. And Georgia's special teams have stepped up, converting a fake punt and making a play that might send the Dawgs to the National Title game -- thanks in part to a pass interference no-call on a pass that was ruled to be tipped, but might not have been.
Alec Ogletree returned the blocked punt 55 yards to put Georgia up 21-10 with 6:31 to play in the third quarter. 11 points may not seem like a lot if you're on MAC time, but in a game with this many defensive playmakers, it could be enough.
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