Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs (AP)
Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs (AP)

Did you hear that?

I think that loud screaming you heard was Knoxville celebrating the latest Tennessee comeback win. After falling behind 17–0 in the game, Tennessee closes out the game on a 34–14 run, stealing the game from the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens with a Hail Mary pass from Joshua Dobbs to Jauan Jennings. If you listen closely, you can hear a lone face screaming “OMAHAAAAAAAAAAA!”

This is the Volunteers fourth come back win this season. They are now 4–0 when down by 10 or more points. There is no telling how many white hairs were grown watching the game, but the stress of Tennessee fans can be felt everywhere.

Check out these last five possessions:

-Tennessee takes down Georgia Quarterback Jacob Eason in in his own end zone to take the lead with 2:56 left in the game. 28–24 Tennessee.

-Jacob Eason throws an interception to Malik Foreman with 2:10 left in the game. 28–24 Tennessee.

-Tennessee goes three and out. 1:07 left in the game. 28–24 Tennessee.

-Eason takes Georgia down the field to take the lead back. Four plays, 81 yards, 57 seconds. Unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on the Bulldogs places the ball at the 20-yard line for the ensuing kick off. 31–28 Georgia.

-After a short kick, Micah Abernathy returns the ball to the Georgia 40. Hail Mary pass from Joshua Dobbs to Jauan Jennings complete. 43-yard touchdown pass. Game Tennessee. 34–31 Tennessee.

In the SEC, Tennessee has no breaks. They face Texas A&M in College Station next week.

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