Sometimes, it’s just your night. And that was the case for Deandre Baker.
In the third quarter of the Georgia-Kentucky game, Kentucky quarterback corked a pass down field and had a wide receiver open.
But the ball ricocheted off the hands of the receiver and into the hands of Georgia’s Deandre Baker. Baker came down with the interception.
DON'T THROW IT TO STONEHAVEN!!!! pic.twitter.com/wx9VRLaIDU
— Jim Weber (@JimMWeber) November 6, 2016
While Georgia hasn’t had a ton of lucky breaks this season, that certainly one of the more fortuitous bounces for the Bulldogs. Georgia wasn’t able to get any points on the ensuing drive.
The Bulldogs still trail 21-16 in the third quarter.
This story originally appeared on SEC Country.