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Blog: Videos of Richt’s favorite trick play

Catch that little bit of trickery Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray pulled off for a second-quarter touchdown against Ole Miss this afternoon?

No one on the Ole Miss defense did, as Murray casually walked away after faking a handoff, turned around and sent a bomb to a wide-open Marlon Brown, who trotted in a 66-yard touchdown that cut the Rebels’ lead to 10-7.

Maybe you’ve seen this one in Georgia coach Mark Richt’s playbook before, too. Florida State ran the play for a touchdown in 2000, when Richt was the Seminoles’ offensive coordinator, and Georgia pulled it off in 2002 when David Greene hooked up with Terrence Edwards against Vanderbilt.

Check these out and decide which quarterback had the most Oscar-worthy performance.

Chris Weinke to Marvin “Snoop” Minnis, vs. Clemson, 2000


David Greene to Terrence Edwards, vs. Vanderbilt, 2002

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