Georgia wins the BCS title as Lee has career game at the right time A 28-point second quarter spurred the Georgia Bulldogs to a 49-21 win against Miami in the BCS National Championship. Miami was driving in the first quarter but Jake Holland intercepted Q. Lee at the end of the drive and was tackled inside the 10 yard line. After a run attempt resulted in a loss to the 3 yard line, the Bulldogs called a pass play hoping to put some space between them and the goal line. Shawn Lee got loose deep but the D was about to sack Roberson and he had to scramble away. Once in better position within the pocket he underthrew a pass downfield to Lee. Lee came back, caught it, broke a tackle and broke away for a 97-yard touchdown, 7-0. The Canes marched right back down the field with little trouble and Richard Smith punched it in from 3 yards out to tie the game at 7-7. Georgia pieced together a response and got within scoring range. On 2nd down expecting an all-out blitz from the 3 yard line we ran a quick play action to the wide open fullback who gave us a 14-7 lead. Again Miami scored, even quicker than before, tying the game at 14-14 on a 6-yard run by K. Wilson. Shawn Lee struck again, as Roberson looked for him in one-on-one coverage and he outmaneuvered the defender for the ball and broke loose for a 54-yard score, 21-14 with 2:45 remaining in the first half. Miami's chances fell apart when Q. Lee was intercepted twice before the end of the first half, each being returned for scores and a 35-14 lead. On the first Lee was hit and Matt Singletary caught the floating pass and ran it back. On the second Lee forced the ball into coverage and our FS batted it up in the air before CB Curtis Elliott came down with it and ran it back from 42 yards out. Georgia continued to widen the gap in the third quarter as Lee again took the game over, catching a pass over the middle and breaking tackles before going 72 yards for the touchdown. Lee capped his Heisman-winning season with a 4 catch, 247 yard, 3 TD game, all coming in the first three quarters. Although he was held in check against Clemson, he battered two of the toughest defenses we've seen all season in the SEC Championship and the BCS game, while dropping no passes (which was always his weak point). GG Miami --------------- Game had to be played twice. First game Georgia struggled early on allowing a Miami TD and then throwing an interception which which was returned for a 14-0 lead. We then scored 21 consecutive points and were driving when the game disconnected early in the 2nd QTR. The next game was played to 3 quarters with Miami needing to be up by 7 or more to continue to the 4th.