September 10, 2009: a.k.a. the greatest day in Scott Blair's football career.
Already ahead 14-0 on ACC rival Clemson, Georgia Tech's field goal unit rushed to the line for a 3-point try on 4th-and-13.
Instead, kicker Scott Blair caught the snap and connected with a wide open Demaryius Thomas—yes, the one that just set the record for receptions in a Super Bowl with a separated shoulder, no less—for a 34-yard touchdown.
Though Tech was ahead 21-0 after the incredible trick play, Clemson stormed back to take a 27-24 lead in the fourth quarter.
Georgia Tech kicker Scott Blair drilled a game-tying field goal with 5:40 remaining before kicking the game-winning field goal with just 57 seconds remaining.
Blair had never thrown a touchdown pass or kicked a game-winning field goal before achieving both in the victory over Clemson.
Georgia Tech 30, Clemson 27