One of the more popular features that I have done here at RBR, and my old blog, is the individual play analysis. You know the basic premise, I take a play and break it down with X's and O's, diagrams, and an at-length discussion. I've done this with several plays in the past and they've always received a lot of positive reviews.
Past installments of the series have included:
George Teague's interception return for a touchdown in the 1993 Sugar Bowl
Wilson's fumble against Arkansas in 2006
LaRon Landry's big hit of Wilson in 2006
Matt Caddell's game-winner against Arkansas
The faked field goal attempt against Ole Miss
For the next installment of that series, I figured I would let RBR readers choose which play we analyze. Just pick what you want to see from the following poll to the right, and the winner gets analyzed next. Vote for whichever one you want, but I'm hoping that you pick something aside from the MSU debacle, for what it's worth, there's not a lot to analyze there, and I really don't want to re-live that one anyway.