With quarterback play plaguing Georgia throughout the 2015 season, receiver Terry Godwin might've been the best option all along for the Bulldogs.
Standing behind the center in a "Wildcat" formation, Godwin took the snap. Rolling out to his right in what appeared to be a running play, he instead chucked the ball down the field -- finding fellow pass-catcher Malcolm Mitchell for a spectacular 44-yard touchdown.
Georgia has completed just 3 passes from 3 different QBs... But this one went for a 44-yd TD. https://t.co/ZSX5sgxH7n— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 2, 2016
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Perhaps most impressively, Godwin didn't utilize the laces on the football as he fired a perfect strike. It had exceptional touch and loft on the throw.
The score put Georgia up by seven points early in the second quarter. It was followed by a 17-yard TD reception late in the first half -- also ironically enough by Godwin -- to give Georgia a 17-3 lead at halftime.