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by Ivan Maisel

University of Alabama


New Orleans | Jan. 1, 1993

As Miami wideout Lamar Thomas sprinted toward completing an 89-yard touchdown pass in the 1993 Sugar Bowl, Alabama safety George Teague, five yards behind, didn't give up. Teague caught Thomas inside the Tide 10, and with a windmill swipe, turned upfield with ball in hand. An Alabama penalty nullified the play, which means the most celebrated play in the No. 2 Tide's 34-13 rout of the No. 1 'Canes never really happened.

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