Later, when the game was pretty much in hand, Rumph made an impressive sideline grab on a deep route, shook his defender and took it down field for a 47-yard gain.
“So happy for Rumph, I really am,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. “Not only was I happy for him, his teammates were so happy to see him get in there and play and play big. … He really made his presence known. He even became a starter on our punt-return block unit. He’s finally healthy and playing ball and it was so nice to see him have a big day.”