NCAAF: The 10 Best Video Highlights of Week 3
Hello, Brendan Bigelow.
Bigelow's record-setting 81-yard scamper against Ohio State is featured in our top ten this week, but he also had a 59-yard score against the Buckeyes, giving him four carries for 160 yards and two scores against Ohio State.
But he's just one of the highlights we have for you this week, the rest include some mobile quarterbacks, a "Hail Mary" and other ridiculous plays.
Keep it hear for the best college football plays of the week.
Kiehl Frazier Gets It Done
Auburn ended ULM's streak against SEC teams in overtime of this game. If it hadn't been for Tiger quarterback Kiehl Frazier and his extra effort to get this pass off, the Tigers would have been in trouble.
Instead, Auburn celebrated at the end of the game and SEC dominance over every other life form was reestablished.
Scioneaux' Circus Act
This isn't the only one-handed catch on this list, but it's a good one.
ULM was seeking their second consecutive win against an SEC foe, and this touchdown catch by Harley Scioneaux pulled them within a touchdown.
This was the red-short freshman's second touchdown catch of the day.
Trey Wilson Hits the Century Mark
Vanderbilt faced Presbyterian. That's something like the cupcake of all cupcakes.
Even so, this 100-yard interception return for touchdown by Trey Wilson is worthy of some attention.
Diggs and Hills Know Teamwork
Stefon Diggs and Perry Hills did not plan this.
At least, we don't think that they did.
However, Hills appears to be calling out the catch, then tips it to Diggs as he runs by for the 29-yard touchdown catch.
Maryland fans are used to seeing these things happen to their opponents, not to the Terps.
Chris Thompson Is Back
This play was the first of back to back touchdown runs of more than 70 yards. The second one put FSU up 28-0 on Wake Forest.
It might be time to start taking a look at this guy for the Heisman, especially after he played only one half yesterday and finished with 220 all-purpose yards on nine carries and two receptions.
WKU Gets Tricky
Yet another SEC team gets downed in overtime, this time on a trick play. Western Kentucky quarterback Kawaun Jakes and his double pass trick completely fooled the Kentucky defense.
You would think that the four blockers doing nothing to the left would be a good clue that something was up, but apparently not.
Braxton Miller Breaks Ankles
By now, none of us should be surprised when Braxton Miller does stuff like this.
The guy is so physically gifted, nothing seems to be beyond his athletic capabilities on a football field. In open space, there is no one that has his ability to make tacklers look silly.
The two Cal players in this videos shall remain nameless to protect them from further embarrassment, but Miller made them both look like peewee football defenders with his ridiculous jukes.
Butler to the House
After last weeks' housing by Stanford, Duke needed a pick-me-up.
Enter: North Carolina Central.
When the dust cleared, Duke won, 54-17, and Lee Butler entered Blue Devil lore with this ridiculous punt return for a score.
John Goodman Is Not Impressed with Your Interference
Is it safe to say Notre Dame is back?
Whether the Irish are for real or not, plays such as this one don't happen for the Irish on the road all that often.
John Goodman had Michigan State cornerback Johnny Adams assaulting him in the endzone before the ball ever got there and still Goodman had the concentration and strength to pull in the catch.
Easily the best on-handed catch of the year, thus far.
Bigelow's Big Bounce
As mentioned in the open, Bigelow had a huge day against Ohio State. The man averaged 40 yards per carry against a defense that is usually known for being pretty stout.
As soon as Bigelow broke lose, everyone knew it would be the highlight of the week.
Bigelow headed left, broke a tackle from one linebacker, then "b-button, b-button" and 81 yards later, he hit pay-dirt.
This run set the record for longest scamper by an opponent in Ohio Stadium.
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