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.