Saturday, September 26, 2009

A. J. Green Defeats The Sun Devils


He's been called "Superman" by one of his fellow receivers, that may still be an understatement of his ability. Anyone that witnessed the Dawgs and Sun Devils between the hedges Saturday night saw A. J. Green catch 8 passes for 153 yards and one touchdown. In addition he blocked a field goal. The numbers don't come close to telling just how much he changed the outcome of the game that the Dawgs won on the final play 20 to 17 when Blair Walsh kicked a 37-yard field goal. The kick was set up by Green's last reception of the game, a 36-yard catch on third down and six at the Dawg's 42-yard line. His first catch of the night was a career long 56-yard touchdown that gave the Dawg's an early lead, in between the two he fueled the growing legend that will certainly make him the best receiver to ever wear the Red and Black.


Redshirt freshman safety Bacarri Rambo had his first career interception during the second quarter. Georgia has six points off three turnovers this season.

Junior Chris Davis returned to the starting lineup at LG after coming off of the bench the last two games. Also of note, junior DT Brandon Wood saw his first action of the season after returning from off-season surgery (shoulder, wrist).

Freshman receiver Rantavious Wooten had his first career catch after hauling in a 27-yard reception. He added a 11-yarder on a third down conversion late in the 4th quarter.

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