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Can't-miss moments: Best of Week 7 in college football

College Football 24/7 is doing sports fans a solid by making sure you have access to all the moments fans were raving about during the seventh weekend of college football play.


Michigan State defeated Michigan in the most improbable way, with a botched punt snap returned for the winning touchdown. The Spartans' Jalen Watts-Jackson was the lucky recipient of the Wolverines' gaffe, which he ran in for the winning score as time expired in Michigan State's 27-23 win.

USC's trick is a real treat

Down 24-10 on the road against Notre Dame, USC busted out a delightful trick play. Jalen Greene collected a lateral pass from Cody Kessler, then spotted the wide-open JuJu Smith-Schuster for a 75-yard touchdown play.

Just a few short moments later, a career-long touchdown reception by Adoree Jackson tied up the game heading into halftime.

Mad Hatter does it again

The Hat -- LSU's Les Miles -- gambled with this fake field goal call, and it paid off for the Tigers vs. Florida.

So, somebody is excited

Mosh pit, or football field? Shawn Elliott is in his first game as interim coach after Steve Spurrier's sudden resignation this week. Take a look, the dude's super-intense.

Rutgers gets a gift

When Indiana and Rutgers get together to play a game of football, it often can be accompanied with circus music. This botched punt by Indiana that resulted in a Rutgers touchdown is a pretty good example of the expected hijinks from this matchup.

Dungey does it

Syracuse freshman QB Eric Dungey hurdled Virginia's Quin Blanding en route to a spectacular 26-yard touchdown run.

Dungey, it turns out, competed in track and field in high school. At the half, Syracuse coach Scott Shafer talked about that moment ...

Coleman is simply dominant

Corey Coleman set a new Baylor record for touchdown catches in a season with 16 -- topping a record of 14 formerly held by the Tennessee Titans' Kendall Wright. Coleman had three touchdowns in Baylor's rout of West Virginia, but get a good look at this juke move magic by Coleman on his third score of the game, a 33-yard touchdown play.

Texas Tech just trying stuff

Texas Tech is playing Kansas, so why not try something nutty, right? It worked for Baylor last week.

This week, Red Raiders coach Kliff Kingsbury dug deep into the playbook for this masterpiece of a play. Texas Tech's 300-pound offensive lineman Le'Raven Clark converted on a two-point converstion try out of the swinging gate formation). There needs to be more of this in football.

Almighty MegaQuon strikes again

Laquon Treadwell is becoming a regular can't-miss moments contributor. A week after making a one-handed catch for a touchdown against New Mexico State, Treadwell threw for a touchdown against Memphis.

Pirate goes coast to coast

It's not often that sports fans are treated to a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown, so that's why we're showing you this gem from East Carolina's Josh Hawkins against Tulsa.


Owusu makes spectacular grab in win over UCLA
With half the season still to play, it's safe to say nothing will top the Stanford junior's touchdown catch Thursday night in a 56-35 win over UCLA. On a reverse pass, Owusu pulled in a touchdown grab with his hands around the back of a defender while falling to the ground.

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