Best plays of 2006: second round complete

The second round is complete, with Wicked, tricksey, "Got a man . . . it's caught!", The Cover, and Colquitt's geometry lesson advancing:

Best Plays of 2006 Bracket
1 Cal: Hardesty 43-yard rush for a TD              

Florida: Taylor 48 yard pass to Coker for TD 1

  1. Hardesty: ". . . and they might have another touchdown!"          

1. Wicked, tricksey!

 
4 Georgia: Coker 40 yard kickoff return              

South Carolina: Hefney 65 yard punt return 4

                 
3 LSU: Morley INT and 31 yard return for TD              

South Carolina: M. Mitchell INT and 17 yard return for TD 3

  2. Coker's Encore           2. "Got a man . . . it's caught!"  
2 Vanderbilt: Coker 87 yard rush for TD              

LSU:. . . Crompton 54 yard pass to Meachem for TD 2

                 
1 Air Force: X. Mitchell TFL to win game              

Georgia: Wardlow blocked punt and recovery for TD 1

  1. X Tackle           1. The Cover  
4 Georgia: Stewart INT              

Alabama: Hefney 32 yard punt return for first possession of the game 4

                 
3 Memphis: Ainge 84 yard pass to Meachem for TD              

South Carolina: Colquitt 57 yard punt out of bounds at the one yard line 3

  3. Derek Smith           3. Colquitt's geometry lesson  
2 Marshall: Coker 89-yard rush for TD              

Cal: Ainge 80-yard pass to Meachem for a TD 2

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