Despite trailing by 16 points at halftime, the Michigan St. Spartans rallied to tie the Georgia Bulldogs at 27 apiece at the end of regulation. Thus, the 2012 Outback Bowl is headed to overtime.
With 19 seconds remaining in regulation, Le'Veon Bell found the endzone for the second time in the game with a run from inside the one-yard line. Dan Conroy drilled the extra point despite a poor snap, tying the game at 27. Bell's run capped a ten-play, 85-yard drive. Spartans quarterback Kirk Cousins played brilliantly, gaining 65 yards through the air and another 20 on the ground.
Georgia took over with one timeout remaining and elected to take a knee.
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