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Re-live Georgia Southern's last second victory over Eastern Michigan during the 2018 Camellia Bowl in pictures

Georgia Southern head football coach Chad Lunsford, top, gets a ride from his seniors after defeating Eastern Michigan 23-21 on a last-second-field goal at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama on Saturday, December 15, 2018. Georgia Southern became the 5th team in college football history to go from 10 losses to 10 victories in back-to-back seasons. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Emotional Georgia Southern defensive lineman C.J. Wright gives thanks after Georgia Southern's dramatic last-second victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern defensive lineman Raymond Johnson III gets an enthusiastic hug following Saturday's 23-21 victory over Eastern Michigan during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern head football coach Chad Lunsford passes the Camellia Bowl trophy to kicker Tyler Bass, left, who hit the game-winning field goal as time expired against Eastern Michigan in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern fans signal "number 1" as the team celebrates their victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern alumnus Matthew Collins of Atlanta sheds tears of joy following his team's victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

With confetti raining down, Georgia Southern's Martial Washington blows a kiss to the sky as his senior teammates gather on the podium following their victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern's Jaden Garrett shows off his championship hat following his team's victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

After falling to the ground following Georgia Southern's game-winning field goal, offensive lineman Brian Miller is helped up by a fan after the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern cornerback Monquavion Brinson is mobbed by fans on the field following the last-second victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern Tyler Bass, left, and holder Magill Bauerle, right, celebrate as Bass' 40-yard field goal attempt sails through the uprights as time expires to give Georgia Southern a 23-21 victory over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern cheerleaders kneel and hope for the best as the Eagles from Statesboro line up for a game winning field goal against Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts, center, keep his team's hopes alive while making diving Eastern Michigan defenders Jaylen Pickett, right, and Kyle Rachwall miss for a 29-yard run on 4th-and-10 in the final minute of the game during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. Kicker Tyler Bass hit a 40-yard field goal as time expired for the Georgia Southern win. Werts was named the games most valuable player. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts, center, is mobbed by teammates after his 29-yard run on 4th-and-10 in the final minute of the game during the Camellia Bowl against Eastern Michigan in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern cornerback Monquavion Brinson pounds the turf in disgust after Eastern Michigan receiver Arthur Jackson III catches a touchdown pass to help give Eastern Michigan a 21-20 lead with 3:33 left to play during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Eastern Michigan receiver Arthur Jackson III, top, leaps high to catch a touchdown pass behind Georgia Southern safety Joshua Moon to help give Eastern Michigan a 21-20 lead with 3:33 left to play during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Eastern Michigan receiver Arthur Jackson III, top, gets one foot in bounds for a touchdown reception behind Georgia Southern safety Joshua Moon to help give Eastern Michigan a 21-20 lead with 3:33 left to play during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern linebacker Lane Ecton, left, just misses on tackling Eastern Michigan quarterback Mike Glass III in the backfield during the fourth quarter of the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

The party continues on for Georgia Southern fans despite the rain during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern's Malik Murray, right, beats Eastern Michigan defender Vince Calhoun to the ball to recover a fumble in the fourth quarter during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. Murray's recovery helped Georgia Southern retain the ball and earn a first down. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern defensive end Logan Hunt, center, stuffs a block while linebacker Chris Harris Jr. (32) closes in on Eastern Michigan running back Ian Eriksen in the third quarter during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

A little rain doesn't dampen the spirits of Georgia Southern fans during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern kicker Tyler Bass, center, flexes his muscles after hitting a 50-yard field goal at the end of the first half to put his team up 17-7 over Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern show their love during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts runs towards approving fans after scoring on a 5-yard run in the second quarter against Eastern Michigan during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern slotback Wesley Kennedy III, center, cuts back into the middle of the field and outraces Eastern Michigan defenders on the way to a 46-yard run in the second quarter during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama on Saturday, December 15, 2018. Kennedy led all rushers with 107 yards, averaging nearly 12 yards per carry. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern running back Monteo Garrett gets some love from the stands during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts checks the scoreboard during a TV timeout during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts, top is met by three Eastern Michigan defenders at the goal line while scoring to put Georgia Southern up 7-0 in the first quarter during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Hoping for a little TV time, Georgia Southern fans show their support at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

A host of Georgia Southern defenders upend Eastern Michigan running back Willie Parker in the second quarter at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern running back Wesley Fields, center right, finds some extra yardage during the first quarter against Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. The senior contributed 91 of the team's 331 rushing yards for the game.

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts gets a play in from the sideline during the first quarter against Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

After nearly getting a penalty called on him on the opening kickoff, Javon Reid gets an earful from Georgia Southern head coach Chad Lunsford during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama . (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Led by senior running back Wesley Fields (21), Georgia Southern takes the field during the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Country music star, Georgia Southern alum and super Eagle fan Cole Swindell gets fired up on the sideline before the Camellia Bowl. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Handler Steve Hein offers photo ops with Georgia Southern mascot Freedom on the sideline before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern's Monteo Garrett warms up before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern mascot Gus fires up fans as marching band Southern Pride performs its pregame show before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Ashli McGlon, center, tries to stay warm before taking the field with marching band Southern Pride in a drizzle before the the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern fans engage in a little pre-game trash talk with Eastern Michigan players during warm-ups before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

College football Hall of Famer and Georgia Southern great Adrian Peterson jogs onto the field as the teams warm up before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. After an 8-year NFL career, Peterson now serves as the director of student-athlete development for the Georgia Southern football program. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern defensive line coach Vic Cabral, center, gets his players fired up during warmups before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern head coach Chad Lunsford paces on the field as he oversees warmups before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama.n (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Marching band Southern Pride and Georgia Southern fans greet the team as it arrives at the stadium before taking the field against Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern mascot Gus makes his way through the crowd as fans welcome the team to the stadium before kickoff against Eastern Michigan at the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

With the stadium's scoreboard looming in the background, Ayanna Robinson, left, does a little pre-game dance while tailgating with fellow Georgia Southern fans Rebecca Pressburg, background, Bri Mumford, center, and Dakota Scott before the the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Travis Raczynski, right, wears a t-shirt with a quote from head coach Chad Lunsford and a Georgia Southern-themed holiday hat while tailgating with wife Valerie and daughter Taylor Wilson before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)

Georgia Southern alumnus Russell Lightfoot of Jacksonville, Fla., right, plays some catch while tailgaing on GATA row outside the stadium before the Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. (Statesboro Herald photo/Scott Bryant)