If you did not watch the SEC championship game between Alabama and Georgia, you missed one of the greatest games of the entire 2012 college football season.
It more than lived up to its billing as a national semi-final game where a spot in the national championship game was on the line for both teams.
It was a back and forth epic battle that came down to the last second. Literally.
The first three quarters were a see-saw affair filled with fake punts, blocked field goals and 300 yards rushing by the Alabama offense.
Fast forward to the fourth quarter.
After a 45 yard TD pass by AJ McCarron with 3:15 on the clock to put Alabama up by 4, Georgia had the ball one minute left on the clock, no timeouts and 85 yards to the end zone.
Aaron Murray began methodically driving the Bulldogs down the field. The Georgia faithful were on the edge of their seats. This was the moment they had hoped would come. Could Murray etch his name in Georgia folklore forever? Murray drops back around midfield and threw a pass that was deflected by Alabama’s Vinnie Sunseri and landed in the arms of Dee Millner. Game over.