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Wayne Cavadi | NCAA.com | August 31, 2017

WATCH: Tennessee's Hail Mary vs. Georgia recreated in Legos

  Tennessee's Jauan Jennings is mobbed in the end zone after his game-winning touchdown catch.

It just wouldn't be football season without some stop-motion Lego action from Gold Yeller.

Jared Jacobs, known in the social media universe as Gold Yeller, earned national attention during March Madness last season, recreating Villanova's dramatic game-winner against North Carolina in the 2016 finals. 

WATCH: Villanova's national championship recreated in Legos 

As this weekend's full slate of football approaches, Jacobs recreated what he called the most exciting game from last season. It certainly was a memorable one.

Georgia and Tennessee exchanged touchdowns in the final seconds of an Oct. 2 thriller in Athens, Georgia. The Bulldogs scored the go-ahead touchdown, a 47-yard bomb from Jacob Eason to Riley Ridley, with just 10 seconds left. 

Those 10 seconds proved too much.

Aug 31, 2017 at 7:49am PDT

A big kickoff return gave Joshua Dobbs and the Volunteers offense one last chance. Dobbs then delivered a miracle heave to a leaping Jauan Jennings for the game-winning Hail Mary. Jennings' reception, an ensuing melee of Vols in the end zone and a teary-eyed Butch Jones taking a knee on the field instantly became some of the most memorable images of the 2016 FBS season.

WATCH: Counting down the top 5 QBs in 2017 | RBs | WRs | Defensive players 

It's safe to say that Gold Yeller once again captured real life in Legos like no one else can. Here's the final seconds of that game in real-time, so you can see just how close he captures the emotion of that October day.

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