Let's face it: A lot of this was fluky. Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall just chucked the ball in a general direction of his receiver, Ricardo Louis, who was never going to catch it. The ball was more than 50 yards in the air, and one Georgia defender tipped it up and out of the hands of the other one and the ball popped right over to Louis, who bobbled it a few times and ... touchdown!
Miracle. Destiny. Fate. Football gods.
Well, maybe all of that really did factor in. But don't discount real things, too:
When you take the right people, do the right things and put them in the right place, this stuff is more likely to happen. Put someone in position to succeed, get him to believe that he can, and guess what might happen:
Touchdown! Auburn, winless in the SEC last year, beat Georgia 43-38 and will play Alabama in two weeks for a spot in the SEC Championship Game. Auburn, ranked No. 7, still has a chance to win the national championship.
And I'm not sure if the bigger miracle was...