GIFs: Auburn’s going to lose to Georg…OMGLOLWTFHOLYFFFFF


Georgia took the lead with less than two minutes left on Auburn on a play literally no one on the planet thought was a touchdown except the one official that called it and those in the replay booth that upheld it after while watching porn instead of watching the actual play.

Needless to say, Georgia fan was a little excited:


(GIF via @BuzzFeedSports)

Then just like that it was 4th and 18, and it was time for one last Hail Mary for Auburn.

So then naturally, THIS happened. If you haven’t actually seen it, be prepared to have your head literally explode.

No, seriously. If you’re gonna look at this, make sure you say your final goodbyes first.

Okay here we go. We’ll miss you, thanks for following us. You had a good run.

Here it is:


(GIF via @sbnation)

If you found a way to glue your brain back together, welcome back.

Auburn WR Ricardo Louis: “Well I guess I won’t get a chancHOLY HELL IT’S THE BALL! THANKS GUYS!”

According to a report, Georgia DB Josh Harvey-Clemons was given a game ball by Auburn and named team MVP for his game winning decision to fight for an interception at the end of the game. Absolutely clutch.

The chance for another Hail Mary by Georgia was there, but God decided he killed enough people as it was.

For example, the entire Georgia coaching staff all had a stroke had the game time:


(GIF via @BuzzFeedSports)

This is one of those times calling a player a “coach killer” isn’t actually a joke.

Meanwhile, Auburn looked like anyone who just had sex with Olivia Wilde would:


(GIF via @BuzzFeedSports)

The Auburn radio call of the play was as legendary as the play itself:

Mind blowing insanity. What an ending. Sorry Georgia. Put down the knife, and go have a drink or two or 40.


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