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Silas Redd of the USC Trojans took a pass from Max Wittek for a touchdown score to tie the Sun Bowl up. Lane Kiffin and Paul Johnson's game plan almost seem like they are purposely trying to turn the ball over with how many times they are committting bone head plays. This place was well executed. Load the the left side of the line of scrimmage and send your fast running back to the right where a Georgia Tech Yellow Jack defensive back blew his coverage assignment. Follow @NAWTADIGM on Twitter or check out his work at Throw The Flag.
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