Recruits react to Georgia-Auburn 

November, 17, 2013
11/17/13
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In a wild Saturday of college football, the fourth quarter of the Georgia-Auburn game that took the cake. It will go down as one of the most entertaining and dramatic games in the history of college football.

As expected, there were a number of prospects on The Plains for the jaw-dropping finish, and Twitter was a buzz for a 30-minute stretch in the fourth quarter and following the Tigers' win.

ESPN Jr. 300 No. 141-ranked outside linebacker Roquan Smith (Montezuma, Ga./Macon County High), a top target of Auburn in the junior class, was on hand for the game.


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