The lyrics to Bon Jovi’s “Living on a Prayer” held up in Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday, as Auburn defeated Georgia 43-38.
Tiger receiver Ricardo Louis caught the game-winning pass, off of a deflection by the Georgia secondary, continuing Auburn’s resurgence in the SEC.
Bulldog Quarterback Aaron Murray stood in disbelief, as three Georgia defenders had the opportunity to put the game away with a swat.
Instead, Nick Marshall’s pass on 4th and 18 was tipped up in the air enough for Louis to come down with the miracle play.
The win puts Auburn in position to have a chance to win the SEC West in the Iron Bowl, or at the very least make a Sugar Bowl appearance.
On the other side of the scoreboard, Georgia continues to count down the end this lackluster season.
Auburn will have a BYE this week, as they prepare for their annual showdown with Alabama.