Found October 29, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
PLAYERS: Mark RichtJordan Reed
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In the aftermath of the Florida Gator – Georgia Bulldog game in Jacksonville, there was a moment of awkwardness in the post game handshake between Will Muschamp and Mark Richt. I did not speed this clip up at all and this is in real time. That was probably a 1 second “handshake.” Mark Richt didn’t look happy and Will Muschamp never looks happy. Jordan Reed fumbled on the goal line to secure the Georgia win. You can’t place all the blame on him because he has been a solid player all year. All player’s make mistakes. I’m sure Mark Richt and Todd Grantham are thrilled with this win. Will Muschamp is 0 and 2 versus the Georgia Bulldogs. Muschamp is also an alumnus of Georgia. Anyone who thinks he is doing this on purpose should probably be Baker Acted. The Florida Gators still have a chance to make it to Atlanta but Georgia would have to lose to either the Ole Miss Rebels or the Auburn Tigers. Somehow, I don’t think that will happen. The winner will probably face the Alabama Crimson Tid...
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