LISTEN: Auburn, Georgia radio announcers call Tigers' 'miracle' TD
The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat is summed up neatly in the calls of Ricardo Louis's touchdown by Auburn's and Georgia's radio announcers.
Given not only its instantly iconic highlight status and the staggering levels of potential fallout across the SEC, the "Prayer in Jordan-Hare" may have vaulted into the lead for college football's play of the year.
So it's no surprise that the radio call from Auburn announcer Rod Bramblett is a must-listen, with Bramblett audibly deflated over the pass's chances of being completed to screaming "it's a miracle in Jordan-Hare!" seconds later:
But wherever there's the thrill of victory, there's also the agony of defeat. Here's Georgia's radio team of Scott Howard and Eric Zeier, the former record-setting Bulldog quarterback, calling the same play:
All things considered, that reaction is pretty measured.
BONUS: Via @AUPPL, here's how wrestling announcer Jim Ross would have called the play:
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