Saturday was just the latest game where Randall Cobb took over a game, gave us a show and made the team competitive. Yes, its a team sport and there were several contributors on both sides of the ball but the cleated highlight reel continues to amaze.
I got to wondering just how much on the field impact he has had over the past two and a half years but was immediately limited by my cloudy memory. I'd like to know which games you think Cobb has been the deciding factor in either determining the outcome or in making the game competitive. To start with I'll throw out one in each category. First, we have last weekend's game with Auburn; not a victory but he has to figure in on making the game competitive. The defensive stops very likely would have been for naught without Cobb's offensive heroics. In the latter category I'll go with the '08 Arkansas game. Without Cobb, this would have been chalked up as a loss.
Help me recall some other games where the man was THE MAN.