2009 Regular Season Review: College Football's Most Memorable Moments

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2009 Regular Season Review: College Football's Most Memorable Moments

Everyone has seen this reception played over and over again on ESPN. One of the marquee catches of the 2005 season. Brodie Croyle to Tyrone Prothro with only a few seconds left on the clock in the first half.

Contrary to popular belief, the play was not a touchdown. Prothro's knee was down on the one yard line, but they scored on the next play to send themselves into half-time down only 21-17.

Alabama went on to win the game 30-21, blanking the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in the second half.

So what games, plays, or moments go down as the most memorable for the 2009 regular season?

The following is my humble opinion on the ten most significant moments, games, and performances this season.

Enjoy, and as always, just my opinion, feel free to enlighten, add or take away by leaving a comment or two.

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