Both turnovers came with Georgia Tech driving deep in Georgia territory. In the first quarter, Rambo stripped the ball from Yellow Jackets running back Robert Godhigh at the Bulldogs' 1-yard line, recovered it and returned it to midfield. That allowed Georgia to turn what likely would have been a 7-7 game into fast 14-0 start. Rambo told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tim Tucker that his main goal was just to keep Tech out of the end zone:
"I was just trying to keep them from scoring. That was my philosophy - we don't want them to score. I had a chance to get a good strip. I just tried to make a play, and it happened."
In the second quarter, Rambo protected Georgia's 21-3 lead by intercepting Vad Lee's pass at the Bulldogs' 5-yard line and returning it 27 yards to the Georgia 32, which set the stage for yet another Bulldogs score.
Rambo finished with eight tackles, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and an interception. The pick allowed him to tie Georgia legend Jake Scott atop the school's all-time list for career interceptions with 16.