Can't-miss moments: Best of Week 14 in college football

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Yes, unbelievable

Michigan State pulled off an incredible interception in the end zone to prevent an Iowa score in the Big Ten Championship Game. Demetrious Cox followed the bouncing ball off the shoulder of teammate Riley Bullough for a pick.

'Bama WR makes sensational TD catch

Alabama's ArDarius Stewart helped the Crimson Tide pull away from Florida with this 32-yard touchdown grab in the SEC Championship Game. There were three Gators defenders around him, but he still managed to make the high-point catch to extend Alabama's lead.

McCaffrey can do it all

Heisman contender Christian McCaffrey lived up to his all-purpose back billing on Saturday. He threw his second TD pass of the season on this trick play, where he connected with quarterback Kevin Hogan for a Stanford score in the Pac-12 title game vs. USC.

This Owl can really fly

Temple might have been defeated, 24-13, by Houston in the American Athletic Conference title game, but the Owls did provide a moment of brilliance. Temple wide receiver Robby Anderson made a real nice leaping one-handed catch. Anderson had a day, finishing the game with 12 receptions for 150 yards and a touchdown.

Double coverage? No problem

Stewart wasn't the only Alabama wide receiver who made a highlight-reel catch on Saturday. Calvin Ridley somehow reels the ball in with two defenders on him for a 55-yard gain.

Baylor's 400-pound TE as a RB

Earlier this season, Baylor's 410-pound tight end LaQuan McGowan scored a touchdown, and it was one of the greatest moments of this college football season. Baylor -- possibly desperate for an offensive spark in its 23-17 loss to Texas -- put McGowan in the backfield and actually let him carry the ball. It looks boring on the stat sheet: 1 rush, 2 yards. But, it's glorious on live-action film.

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