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 of the plays fans will be raving about.
Remember that time when DeSean Jackson -- then a rookie -- dropped the ball before entering the end zone during a "Monday Night Football" game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys? You'd think players would have learned the lesson from then until perpetuity to never, ever repeat such a premature celebration. Well, we thought wrong. Oh, so wrong. Utah's Kaelin Clay repeated Jackson's folly, but this play took it to another, more bizarre level. Oregon scooped up the loose ball and returned it 100 yards for a score. What should have been a 14-0 Utah lead turned into an Oregon touchdown.
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TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin had a spectacular flip into the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown run against Kansas State. Sports fans of a certain age might find the play to be quite reminiscent of a touchdown run by Arizona's Ortege Jenkins back in 1998.
UCLA's Myles Jack showed off his exceptional athleticism on a 26-yard touchdown run against Washington. Jack used a stiff arm, followed by a 360 spin move and then deftly maneuvers along the sideline for the score.
Florida's Jalen Tabor made a splendid one-handed interception in the end zone against Vanderbilt.
Arizona State WR Jaelen Strong pulled off an amazing 360, one-handed touchdown grab against Notre Dame.
Oklahoma QB Trevor Knight showed off his impressive leaping ability by hurdling a standing Baylor defender.
Here's another view of the same play.
Knight wasn't the only one leaving his feet to make a play Saturday. Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon also employed a hurdle move, getting into the endzone vs. Purdue.
Georgia freshman Isaiah McKenzie returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown in the Bulldogs' win over Kentucky. He later returned a punt 59 yards for his second special-teams score of the day.
Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams put forth maximum effort in trying to nail down this reception vs. Iowa.
Willams later would score with this impressive endzone reception.
Indiana senior safey Mark Murphy showed his playmaking ability with this pick-six of Penn State's Christian Hackenberg.
Penn State's Bill Belton went the distance on this 92-yard touchdown run.