Can't-miss Moments: Top plays of Week 2 in college football

The second Saturday of the 2014 college football season is sure to deliver many "Can't-miss Moments." College Football 24/7 is here to make sure you have access to all the plays fans will be talking about.

Oregon's All-American cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu pulled off a spectacular interception in his team's win over Michigan State.

USC sealed its win 13-10 win over Stanford when its defense overwhelmed Cardinal QB Kevin Hogan, who fumbled while trying to rally his team from behind.

Ameer Abdullah, one of the top running backs in the nation, broke a number of tackles for a game-winning, 58-yard touchdown in a thrilling victory over McNeese State.

In a not-so-shocking development, Alabama is having its way with Florida Atlantic. Look no further than quarterback Blake Sims' wicked scramble around overmatched FAU defenders.

The scoring started early for Wisconsin in their Week 2 game. As in one second early, with a safety on the opening kickoff in favor of the Badgers.

You might remember a rather spectactular behind-the-back catch by Nebraska's Jordan Westerkamp in Week 1. He was back at it in Week 2, as evidenced by this one-handed grab.

Hey, didn't you used to be Texas football? BYU is at it again against the Longhorns, with quarterback Tayson Hill providing more highlight-reel joy.

The best hit of the early slate of games comes from Oklahoma's Julian Wilson on a poor Tulsa wide receiver.

Check out Iowa State wide receiver Jarvis West tossing a TD pass on this sweet trick play.

On linebacker -- yes linebacker -- Shaq Thompson's second career carry as a running back, he took it to the house for a 56-yard touchdown. Myles Jack who?

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