Goodnight Notre Dame: Ridiculous TD catch gives Georgia 20-10 lead
This game-changing catch may be remembered for a long time by the Georgia faithful.
WR Lawrence Cager made a 15-yard touchdown catch with one foot on the side of the end zone from QB Jake Fromm with 13:19 left in the fourth quarter to give Georgia a 20-10 lead against Notre Dame as the Bulldogs reeled off 13 straight points after halftime.
It was Cager’s fifth catch of the game and put him up to 82 yards receiving. He also had a catch for 36 yards earlier in the drive.
That catch capped an impressive eight-play, 82-yard drive for Georgia that took 3:59 off the clock. The third down touchdown play was the only third down attempt on the drive as the Bulldogs went to Cager three times on the drive, but one play was called back on a penalty.
The crowd let out a roar when Cager came down with the ball, and another one after it was approved by a video review.
That sound you just heard was Sanford Stadium reacting to this touchdown. pic.twitter.com/GFYl0v1enG
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