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by Ivan Maisel

UGA Sports Communications


Jacksonville, Fla. | Nov. 8, 1980

The most important play of Georgia's lone AP national championship season, 1980, came with the Dawgs trailing Florida 21-20, the ball on their 7-yard line, third-and-11, 1:03 to play. In other words: hopeless. The call, Left 76, was supposed to pick up a first down. But Buck Belue threw over the middle to Lindsay Scott, who caught the ball and sprinted 93 yards, right into the hearts of Georgia fans forever.