We’ve all seen crazy endings in college football games before, but the last 10 seconds of Tennessee-Georgia still will leave you stunned.

After dominating the early part of Saturday’s game, the 25th-ranked Bulldogs found themselves down three points with one minute remaining. But they stayed cool under pressure and went 81 yards on four plays to take a four-point lead with just 10 seconds left.

Game over, right? Wrong.

A penalty on Georgia and a nice return by Tennessee’s Evan Berry gave the No. 11 Vols the ball at the Bulldogs’ 43-yard line with four seconds left. Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs then threw up a Hail Mary, which Jauan Jennings caught to give the Vols a miraculous 34-31 road win.

That understandably left Bulldogs fans pretty stunned and Vols coach Butch Jones overcome with emotion.

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