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Can't-miss Moments: Top plays of Week 5 in college football


Saturdays during college football season always deliver a bevy of "Can't-miss Moments." College Football 24/7 is here to make sure you have access to all the plays fans will be raving about.

Georgia running back Todd Gurley put his hurdling skills to use against Tennessee, leaping over a Volunteers defender en route to a big gain.

Before his high-hurdling trick, Gurley broke this 51-yard run for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of a tight game vs. Tennessee.

North Carolina State QB Jacoby Brissett seemingly escaped every Florida State front-seven player, resulting in this unreal TD pass.

USC gained some momentum going into halftime against Oregon State with this Hail Mary pass from Cody Kessler to Darreus Rogers for a TD.

Arkansas' ambidextrous punter Sam Irwin-Hill scored on a 51-yard fake punt right before end of first half against Texas A&M.

The Aggies prevailed in overtime, though, and Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin didn't concern himself with style points in his message to the team after the game. Watch all the way to the end for the bottled-water shower.

Georgia's Todd Gurley wasn't the only player to execute a hurdle on a long run. Here, Baylor QB Bryce Petty leaps over an Iowa State defender en route to the end zone.

The Ol' Ball Coach couldn't escape mild punishment on the sidelines. Missouri QB Maty Mauk ran into South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier after a run.

TCU QB Trevone Boykin has quite an adventure on an errant snap, picking up the rolling pigskin only to throw it into the crossbar of the goal post. Lucky for TCU, an SMU defensive lineman jumped offside before the play started; 5-yard penalty and replay the down. Serious shame averted.

Who could ever forget when two Florida players blocked each other in a loss to Georgia Southern last season? Well, there was another two linemen blocking each other situation for Penn State in its loss to Northwestern.

Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton beat a pair of Northwestern defenders to haul in this in 51-yard pass.

Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon showed off his quick feet on his 43-yard touchdown run.

Up early in the first quarter against Penn State, Northwestern got a little greedy in attempting this fake field goal.

Rutgers wide receiver Andrew Turzilli looked good on this 93-yard touchdown reception.

Credit for this takedown of a fan who ran onto the field during the Cincinnati-Ohio State game goes to Buckeyes assistant strength and conditioning coach Anthony Schlegel.

TD celebration of the day? The honor has to be shared between TCU's Trevone Boykin and Zach Allen for this gem.



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