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Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets kickoff returner Orwin Smith had an embarrassing mishap during Saturday's college football game against the Miami Hurricanes when his indecision on whether to run a kickoff out of the end zone resulted in a safety and two points for Miami.
In the first quarter, Smith was about to run the kickoff out of the end zone when his teammate told him to stay there and simply down the ball. However, as Smith was at the end zone line and already had some forward momentum going, his hand touched just outside the end zone before he kneeled down, resulting in the safety. Looks like the Georgia Tech special teamers will be spending some extra practice time on kickoffs this week.
Orwin Smith made up for his goof later by scoring a touchdown, but Miami defeated Georgia Tech 42-36.
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Georgia Tech kick returner Orwin Smith committed an ultimate bonehead play on Saturday during a kick return. Smith caught the ball in the end zone, was thinking about taking a knee, but his momentum carried him past the goal line. His hand touched the half yard line before he decided to take a knee, meaning he officially had come out of the end zone before downing himself behind...
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ATLANTA- In one of the day’s most emotional games, the Miami Hurricanes pulled off the upset win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
Tech’s touted offense found themselves drowning early after Miami jumped out on top of the proceedings early.
This video breaks down the rest of the details including a thrilling overtime win.
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