Special to SEGAZINE
Chris Conley had two words go through his mind when he saw Reggie Davis reel in a catch at the Georgia 40-yard line.
“He’s gone,” Conley said of Davis’ 98-yard touchdown in the second quarter of Georgia’s 45-21 victory over North Texas. “He’s one of the fastest guys on the team coming in here as a freshman. … I knew that was to the house.”
The Mean Green had pinned Georgia on its own 2-yard line and Aaron Murray let it fly from near the back of the end zone.
The last thing the quarterback wanted to do was underthrow the 6-foot, 159-pound receiver.
“You just got to let it go and let it fly and let him run under it because he’s going to catch up to it,” Murray said. “He ran a great route, made a great catch and he’s too fast for anyone after that.”