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Auburn Tigers Jump Pass for Touchdown: CBS Analyst Gary Danielson Correctly Predicts It, Rod Bramblett Radio Call

In the first quarter of the 2017 Iron Bowl matchup of the Alabama Crimson Tide at the Auburn Tigers, Auburn’s running back Kerryon Johnson was lined up in the quarterback position as part of the team’s wildcat play near the goal line. Just moments prior, college football analyst Gary Danielson noted on the CBS broadcast that the Tigers had been practicing a jump pass, in the style of former legendary college quarterback Tom Tebow from Florida circa 2006, for a few weeks.

Sure enough, Johnson faked a run and threw a jump pass to receiver Nate Craig-Myers for a touchdown.

Here is the radio call of that same play by Auburn Sports Network’s Rod Bramblett:

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