Maybe some other incompletions on 27 yard heaves into the end zone on the game's final play don't rank as high. But what Brian Randolph batted away here wasn't just Georgia's last chance. It was eight years of frustration and, more potently, a month of what could have been. This play made sure the day belonged to Tennessee, the season turned in the right direction, and the program could celebrate its biggest win since 2007. People in my section wept when this ball hit the turf, a weight lifted from smokey grey shoulders.
As I'm sure you know and other angles show better (including the fantastic picture up top), Cam Sutton falls down on this play. A prayer thrown into double coverage (as many a prayer is) becomes a safety having to come over to prevent a touchdown in a split second. But Randolph is the master of that second, high-pointing the ball and making sure the good guys won the day.