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Two of the Southeastern Conference's biggest icons briefly shared the field at the league's championship game.
Georgia's Herschel Walker and Auburn's Bo Jackson were recognized during a second quarter time out while watching their teams face off for a playoff berth.
Herschel and Bo.
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Walker won the Heisman Trophy in 1982 while leading the Bulldogs to three straight SEC titles and a national championship. Jackson captured the trophy as a senior in 1985.
Jackson visited with a wide-eyed Georgia coach Kirby Smart before the game.
The two members of SEC royalty got to see several of the league's current top runners play, including Georgia's Nick Chubb and Sony Michel and Auburn's Kerryon Johnson.
Chubb is Georgia's No. 2 career rusher behind, of course, Walker. Johnson is the league's leading rusher.