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Georgia's A.J. Green, almost singlehandedly propping up an offense that averaged just 3.4 yards per...

Georgia's A.J. Green, almost singlehandedly propping up an offense that averaged just 3.4 yards per play when not putting the ball in his hands, opened the scoring against Arizona State on a 56-yard bomb from Joe Cox in the first half, and proceeded to set up each of the Bulldogs' final three scores with a big catch across midfield. The last of those points came on Blair Walsh's game-winning field goal with two seconds on the clock, just moments after Green had blocked ASU's go-ahead kick on the other end and then hauled in an acrobatic, 36-yard grab on third down to set up the last-second escape.

Dr. Saturday recognizes A.J. Green's performance against Arizona State as one of the year's top five individual efforts.
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