That’s the title of this new ESPNU documentary about the new SEC Championship game, and specifically the 1992 Championship game between Alabama and Florida.
At the risk of spoiling the fun, the play call that changed the game is revealed after the jump.
In the video, former Gators quarterback Shane Matthews calls out “Righty” as the infamous play call, which in Spurrier’s system was the “smash concept” to — you guessed it — the right. (Gotta love Steve’s terminology.)
As everyone is aware, Alabama’s Antonio Langham jumped the hitch underneath the corner route, and the rest is history.
In any event, the trailer from ESPN looks excellent, and I very much look forward to it. It’s obviously timely given the current realignment debates; the antagonism surrounding the SEC Championship game provides useful historical context for the changes college football is currently undergoing.
The full diagram of “righty” is below, courtesy of Bruce Eien:
You can see more context for the playcall and the great game below: