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There was, as usual, a spot in the national title game riding on the outcome of the SEC championship game in Atlanta today, and Georgia and Alabama helped the conference live up to its reputation as the top dog in college football by producing a classic contest – one that went down to the final play. And on that play, things got weird. See the madness after the jump.
Jim Donnan coached Georgia and was elected to the College Football Hall-of-Fame. Now, he’s probably going to jail for conducting an $80 million Ponzi scheme in which he screwed over his own players. The details, after the jump.
It’s an ever-recurring phenomenon in sports, how star players who get in trouble always seem to get more second chances, more opportunities to reach their potential, than lesser players who have similar issues. Well, one star just ran out of chances.
Georgia Bulldogs All-American safety Bacarri Rambo is facing a four-game suspension after testing positive for marijuana in a school-administered drug test. Which doesn’t make sense, since Rambo probably could’ve left school early and entered the NFL Draft. So, he’s either monumentally dumb, or the victim of… stealth weed brownies! More, after the jump.
Twitter exploded with Ty “Honey Badger” Mathieu scoring a touchdown on a 62 yard punt return in today’s SEC championship game against Georgia, but a controversy soon followed. Within minutes of the TD, several tweets popped up claiming that Mathieu had actually flipped the ball to the official before it broke the plane of the end zone. CBS noticed as well, and immediately put together a goal line replay package.
Larry Munson, the iconic radio voice of Georgia football for over four decades, died Sunday at 89. Earlier, during college football’s marquee matchup of the day (LSU-Arkansas), CBS paid tribute to the broadcaster with two of his best calls. Video after the jump.