Auburn pulled off a play on Saturday that needs to be seen to be believed. But that's why we are here!
Facing 4th-and-18 with 33 seconds remaining in the game and trailing Georgia 38-37, Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall uncorked a deep ball to Ricardo Louis. Georgia was ready for it and had two defenders in position to make a play. Neither could come up with the interception, though, instead deflecting the ball right into Louis' hands, which he secured and then ran untouched into the end zone to give the Tigers the lead.
Here is another angle of the amazing play.
The Auburn bench erupted as they watched the play unfold.
Auburn went on to win 43-38 in a game that will have serious implications as the season winds down.
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