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    Various quotes from players/coaches on the play...source Sporting News Article 11-9-02:

    "I've never thrown a ball that far," Randall said.

    "He doesn't have that strong an arm and, then he throws it from his 20 to our 30," said Kentucky cornerback Leonard Burress, one of eight Wildcats who had a chance to make a play on the ball.

    "I don't know who it was, but I thought we had a chance to intercept it," Morriss said. "I don't know just how it happened, but we had our hands on the ball."

    "I caught it, and then I slowed down," Henderson said. "I said, 'Lord, just let me get to the end zone with it.' I just kept running."

    "It was the biggest play of my life," Randall said.

    "I saw it all happen. I can't believe it," said Kentucky junior kick returner Derek Abney. "From one emotion to another, it's utter confusion."

    "That's the kind of thing you only see in movies," Pinner said of the final play.

    "Coach Saban just told me to throw it as far as I could," said Randall, a sophomore making just his third career start.

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