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"If you could go back in time and change the result of 1 play in your favorite football program's history, what would it be?"
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Hightowers 15 yard penalty in the SEC Championship game in 2008. We might not have won the game, but we would have played in the 2008 NC game if we did win....and from the way UF pounded Oklahoma we would be talking about 4 in 5 years
Either the punt when billy cannon took it to the house to beat ole miss with the clock expiring 7-3 or when the offensive lineman didn't step on Eli's foot on 4th and inches when we were driving for the win and would have made Ole miss sec West champs
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4th and 2 in the 05' Natty against Texas
Reggie Bush, the best running back in College football is on the sideline watching our offense get stuffed. Convert the 4th down and the game ends with SC taking knees.
Two picks and neither had anything to do with plays.
The 88' game in South Bend when the refs completely bungled the TD call.
The 03' Title Game where that one ref saw something fifteen minutes after the buses pulled out of the parking lot.
Both cost UM National Titles that they won.
All of LSU's offense last year in the NCG
This is how I felt about Tebow's INT to Arenas and Demps dropping that for sure TD pass in the 2009 SEC champ game.
I was heartbroken after that game.
Wide right #1 or #2
And then the throw over the top by the Vols in January 1999.
The one is south bend has to be the WORST call in the history of sports. It's worse than Jeffery Maier.
I don't fault the 2003 ref (terry porter), if Sean Taylor takes a knee in the endzone, it doesn't even go overtime. How hard is that??? DB, take a knee unless it's an out route and there's nothing but green between you and the end zone.
Miami is loaded with these. How about the 86 Fiesta Bowl??? Just run Highsmith 4 times from the five and Miami might have 15 titles in 20 years. Ridiculous. JJ is a fool. Listening to Testaverde....SMH
Its ok man. We both got one out of the deal...
#1 still looks on tape like it's going through to me...
In before Texas fan says "colt getting hurt"
Scott Norwood wide right. Music city miracle was ghey as well.
Bastard. Just would like to see how the game would have played out. Still might have lost.
XoGisele, Ashley Sky, Niki Skyler
The Bluegrass Miracle.
Keep Calm & Stoops On..
But the more gut wrenching play is the Crabtree TD or Gideon catching that INT.
It would be keeping Beanie Wells in the game against Youngstown State while we were up by 30... on a routine go-line dive his toe gets snipered by a phantom... he would sitout the next week @ USC.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmKJRAwijVQ (20 second mark)
Not saying he would have changed the outcome of that game.. but he had the best stiff arm in college football at the time and it was a tragedy he couldnt be full strength his senior year.
This. We would have won the NC that year IMO if not for that play.
Didn't you guys get blown out in your bowl game?
That's some serious revision. OU > Utah
Corch Meyas got the Tide twice that year.
We had players sign with agents so they didn't play, nobody cared about the game including the fans and player (Saban bitched about the crowd. I had a free ticket and place to stay in NOLA and still chose not to go.), and we were down to our 3rd string on at least two OL spots. Like I said, nobody cared about the game including the players. You don't go undefeated and almost (maybe even should have) beat UF to go play Utah. Watch the 08' SECCG, what we are saying is 100% true. No way OU beats either of us either.
In that case, had USC not lost to Oregon State neither of you would have won.
I like this game.
Fides Quaerens Intellectum
Backup LB for Mich St stopping OSU on 4th and 1 in 96. One of the most talented teams I ever saw, didnt even get to play for a title.
Sure, your guys had been to so many BCS bowls prior to that, why would they care?
Interesting that we were stuck in our 4th consecutive rose bowl that season and still jumped out to a 31-7 lead at halftime.
Bad excuse is bad.
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