What’s the offseason for, if you can’t make lists?
“Memorable” means just that. Sometimes plays stick with us because they happen at momentous times during the course of a college football year. Sometimes we remember the individual effort of a player to make something remarkable happen. And sometimes it’s the nature of the play itself that affects how a game – or even a season – turns out.
What I won’t include on my list are plays where Georgia was simply a fortuitous beneficiary, such as Oklahoma State’s bad snap on its first punt attempt of the season, or plays that might have been the difference in a loss, as was the case with Stafford overthrowing Moreno on what would have been a touchdown in the South Carolina game.
And I think we’ll skip the Tennessee game while we’re at it, too.
Feel free to toss in your favorites, as well.