It will most certainly go down as one of the greatest Rose Bowl games ever played.
Not just because of the play during the first four quarters in Pasadena, Calif., on Monday night, but also because of the way it ended. Especially because of the ending.
First, both Georgia and Oklahoma traded field goals to send the game into a second overtime. Then Georgia’s Lorenzo Carter blocked a 27-yard Oklahoma field-goal attempt on the first drive of the second overtime, tipping the ball it at the line of scrimmage and allowing it to fall short of the cross bar.
GEORGIA BLOCKED THE KICK!!!! pic.twitter.com/Mlkxg6O4Fx
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Then, Sony Michel delivered the knockout blow.
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He took the direct snap at the 27-yard line and found a hole around the outside to give the Bulldogs the 54-48 win and a chance at their first national title since 1980.