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 ninth weekend of college football play.
Miami pulls off a miracle
Miami pulled off its own version of "The Play", the famous six-lateral kickoff return touchdown for Cal in its win over Stanford 33 years ago. However, the Hurricanes used eight laterals to pull off this impossible dream of a play. Corn Elder gathered in the final lateral and went the distance to the go-ahead score with no time remaining in a 30-27 win over Duke. It's a play that likely will be a fixture of any "greatest college football plays" discussions moving forward.
300-pounder rumbles for TD
Fat-guy touchdown alert! Kentucky defensive tackle Cory Johnson scooped up a Tennessee fumble and returned it 77 yards for the game's first score.
USC's Adoree' Jackson collected an interception of a Jared Goff pass, then executed a nifty return for a pick six.
Grant goes the distance, twice
Texas Tech's Jakeem Grant is running circles around Oklahoma State. First, he pulled off this amazing 90-yard catch-and-run touchdown play ...
Then, he went coast-to-coast for a 100-yard kickoff return touchdown ...
That's two touches for 190 yards from Grant.
MegaQuon strikes again
Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell continues to amaze. Treadwell made a real nice over-the-shoulder catch of a Chad Kelly pass to complete a 21-yard scoring play.
FSU WR goes Beast Mode
Seminoles wide receiver Travis Rudolph was not going to be denied on this 75-yard touchdown catch. He shook off some defenders and stiff-armed another, scoring on the first play after Syracuse had taken a 7-0 lead.
Hackenberg scores ... on catch
Penn State pulled out some trickery vs. Illinois on Saturday, and it resulted in QB Christian Hackenberg's first career touchdown grab.
Not long after Hackenberg's TD catch, his teammate, RB Saquon Barkley, went airborne for this score.
Wisconsin safety Tanner McEvoy came up with this pick vs. Rutgers, thanks to a little help from teammate Joe Schobert's helmet.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen could only shake his head and high-five TCU QB Trevone Boykin after a Boykin run Thursday night in the Horned Frogs' win over the Mountaineers.