Found October 13, 2012 on
Outside the Boxscore:
If you wanted a play to sum up Auburn's 2012 college football season, it would be touchdown reception from Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott.
With about five minutes to play and the Tigers trailing by seven, the Runnin' Rebels offense had a 3rd and 16 facing them. Watch as Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace finds Scott in the middle of the field for the reception but it appears that he will be well short of the first down.
However, Scott somehow lands on an Auburn player but doesn't get touched down and scampers into the end zone for a 46-yard score:
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Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott was down, only he wasn’t down at all. It looked Auburn had brought Scott to the ground, although he stayed up on Auburn bodies which meant he was free to continue his run. 46 yards later, and you have one of the stranger plays you’ll see from week 7 [...]
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