"I saw the collision and I said, 'Oh, no,' " said Schmalz. "Then half a second later I saw Terry out in front of both of them by a step. I knew they'd never catch him."
"That Beasley is something else," said Sullivan.
"Boy Wonder," said Dooley.
A few minutes later a long punt return to the Georgia 20 helped Auburn put the game away. Sullivan got a first down with his fourth completion to Beasley. He then combined with Schmalz for the final four yards and the game's last score.
For the day, Sullivan wound up with 14 completions in 24 attempts for 248 yards and the four scores. That gave him responsibility for 71 career touchdowns, tying Steve Ramsey of North Texas State and Army's Glenn Davis for the NCAA record. His yardage also built his three-year total to 6,725, placing him third on the alltime list behind Chuck Hixson of SMU (6,884) and Jim Plunkett of Stanford (7,887).
"With one game to go," said Jordan, a twinkle building in his eyes.
"Yeah," said Sullivan with a wry grin. " Alabama."