As entertaining as the late fireworks were, Georgia's thrilling 54-48 double-overtime win over Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl turned the Bulldogs' way in the moments just before and after halftime, thanks to a series of improbable special teams plays, defensive stops and breakaway runs. As confetti rained down on the field, an announcement in the press box identified the game's most valuable offensive player as Chubb.
"We encouraged them while they were out there to kind of try to stay around Central Time if they could because you go to bed a little bit earlier, get up a little bit earlier so the transition coming back wouldn't be real bad", Smart said. "But, yeah, I just didn't think ..." We found out we've got a pretty good character team.
Together, what Georgia's running backs did was combine on one of the best rushing performances this new-fangled College Football Playoff have ever seen. He never cared about the Heisman, he cared about his team and being able to lead them to be National Champions. "And they're first-round running backs, man".
Score they did as Sony Michel capped his 181-yard night with a 27-yard touchdown run on the second play of the series.
Michel took advantage of his opportunity to make up for the fumble when he was given the ball in the second overtime.
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On the following snap, he took a quarterback draw 22 yards before being bumped out of the sidelines by Tyrique McGhee, whom he stared down immediately afterward. The Sooners surpassed both at halftime as one of the SEC's vaunted defenses was gashed for 531 total yards.
Georgia defensive back Aaron Davis sacks Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield in the second half of the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl on Monday in Pasadena, Calif.
Needing one critical stop to put the game away, Oklahoma couldn't get it. Georgia tied the game with 55 seconds remaining on Nick Chubb's 2-yard touchdown run to cap a 59-yard drive.
Coach Kirby Smart said the defense "stunk it up" in the first half, but there were no dramatic changes in the second.
Oklahoma: The Sooners' defense has been an issue all season, but it did look for a while like it might make the decisive play.
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"We just didn't play well early in the second half", OU coach Lincoln Riley said. "My gut said to kick it, and we did".
"I hit that ball just as good as I have the rest this year", Seibert said.
However, allowing 31 points in the first half is very un-Georgia-like, even if it was against the best player in the country. The Bulldogs' scout team can provide impressively accurate renditions of Mayfield's top tendencies, such as his slick ability to move forward through a collapsing pocket before making a throw right at the line of scrimmage. "It's been a wild ride", said Mayfield with a hoarse voice before he started to cry.
All Fromm did was complete 20-of-29 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns. "They made a play".
The lead came courtesy a touchdown from Katy (TX) alum Rodney Anderson (26 rush, 201 yards, 2 TD), another from Marquise Brown (8 rec, 114 yards, TD), and a trick play pass from CeeDee Lamb a former Richmond Foster High School (TX) receiver, to Mayfield, a former Lake Travis (TX) star signal-caller. "And we're going to keep fighting for each other", Carter said. There's going to be so much emotion and adrenalin flowing, I have little doubt the Bulldogs will at least come out ready to play.
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