You have to finish the play. Tennessee wide receiver Jalen Hurd learned this lesson the hard way on Saturday. After breaking wide open, Hurd caught a pass and was prancing straight toward the end zone for a touchdown. Unfortunately for Hurd, he was under the impression that there was no one around him, and he fumbled the ball after a Georgia defender surprised him with a hit at the goal line.
Jalen Hurd recovered quarterback Joshua Dobbs' overtime fumble in the end zone and No. 9 Tennessee overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to escape with a 20-13 victory over Appalachian State on Thursday night.
The Tennessee-Georgia rivalry dates back to 1899 and features some crazy finishes, but arguably none as outrageous as what occurred Saturday. After the Vols took a late lead via a sack and fumble recovery in the end zone, Bulldogs q...