Georgia fans have plenty worth reminiscing about when it comes to the big 20-19 win at Notre Dame last Saturday, and one particular moment is still being talked about.
A Bulldogs fumble gave the Irish a short field and, eventually, a touchdown to put Notre Dame up 10-3 in the second quarter. However, Georgia didn’t let that sequence of events take the wind out of its sails.
The Dawgs put together a 12-play, 62-yard drive capped by a spectacular one-handed touchdown grab by receiver Terry Godwin from quarterback Jake Fromm.
On Tuesday, Georgia football’s official Twitter account posted this video, showing Fromm and receiver Javon Wims trying to relive that phenomenal grab. I mean, why not?
A reenactment: Terry's one-handed catch (feat. Javon Wims & Jake Fromm) 🏈➡️🖐 pic.twitter.com/GQUY9dudPf
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) September 13, 2017
The video starts by showing a great angle of Godwin’s miraculous 5-yard catch. The most impressive thing about it is the fact that Godwin controlled the ball squarely against the side of his right shoulder, barely in his line of vision.
As you can see, nothing is better than the real thing.