I have never seen us or any other team honor an opponent like that.
It happened to Pete Maravich....
"Still, maybe his most legendary performance came in a double-overtime victory at Georgia during his junior year.
With Georgia trailing by eight and desperate to foul in the final minute of double overtime, Maravich unleashed a Globetrotter-esque dribbling exhibition to run out the clock. Then he astonished the Georgia crowd again by scoring his 57th and 58th points of the night just before the final buzzer, flipping up an audacious 35-foot hook shot that went in as time expired.
"It wasn't the game winner, but it might as well have been," White said. "Our fans came pouring out of the stands. They lifted him up on their shoulders.
The cheerleaders were dancing around him. It was just a mad house. That was the kind of excitement he generated." Remember, this was AT GEORGIA !!
If the Georgia game was Maravich's signature performance, his career high 69-point effort against Alabama wasn't far behind. The Tuscaloosa crowd erupted with every basket the home team scored and roared again each time Maravich answered with a bucket of his own."
The Alabama player who went up against Pete that night has a picture in his office of him guarding Pete with a caption on it that says " I held him to only