Electricity, a play in four acts

This post at ESPN helpfully compiles the four biggest crowd-pleasers from last night.  Enjoy.

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10 responses to “Electricity, a play in four acts

  1. AthensHomerDawg

    Taylor Maxey wearing number 47 threw a sweet block to spring Gurley on his 50+yd run. I thought it interesting that after the announcer said ” Georgia’s offense is starting to get kinda cute… if I were them I’d give it to #3 more.” Gurley ran the KO back. I saw number 47 on defense ;-) too handling his business as well.

  2. Russ

    The running game was all I hoped for. Just need to pass enough to keep the D honest.

  3. Dawgfan Will

    Gurley over here dumping sugar in our Kool-Aid. Keep it coming, man, it can’t get too sweet for me!

  4. SpaceStation

    Watch Gurley’s KO return for a TD again. When he was through the pack and only the kicker was left, Gurley pushes UGA blocker forward into the kicker. Then Gurley runs by. He just knows how to run. If that blocker had deliberated a second longer, someone may have caught Gurley from behind. The man just has a natural sense of the game. I love watching him.

    • 69Dawg

      Gurley’s vision as a runner is unbelievable. The cut back to the left against the flow on one of his long runs was amazing. If this line can just give him a crease he can take it to the house. He is going to be a very rich young man.

  5. Stoopnagle

    I will never by a Gillette razor. Do I really need to see the same ad for every video on a single page? Sheesh.