Can't-miss Moments: Top plays of Week 3 in college football

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

Quarterback Marcus Mariota shows that Ducks can fly by going airborne into the end zone against Wyoming.

Georgia running back Todd Gurley got away with one here, headbutting South Carolina's Bryson Allen-Williams after a play. Gurley didn't get flagged, but the Gamecocks' Jordan Diggs did for unsportsmanlike conduct after retaliating.

With a Notre Dame cornerback committing pass interference, Purdue wide receiver DeAngelo Yancey makes a nice diving catch in the back of the end zone that gave the Boilermakers a lead.

Mississippi State wide receiver Jameon Lewis checked in at No. 2 in CFB 24/7's 14 for '14 most versatile players countdown, and on Saturday he put those dynamic talents on display. Lewis threw a 24-yard touchdown to quarterback Dak Prescott on a throwback pass. That's his fourth career touchdown pass.

Tim Tebow would approve of this fake option, jump-pass that Iowa State used to score a touchdown (complete with one-handed grab, too).

West Virginia QB Clint Trickett connected with wide receiver Mario Alford for this impressive touchdown against Maryland.

Trickett isn't the only QB in the game worthy of a highlight -- Maryland QB Caleb Rowe's TD strike to Jacquille Veii toward the end of the first half was sensational.

The Maryland-West Virginia shootout just won't stop producing highlight-reel plays. Check out this 75-yard rumble by Terrapins QB C.J. Brown.

Maty Mauk made sure Missouri started out on the right note with this nifty touchdown pass that saw him throw a perfect ball while rolling to his left.

OK, so maybe this isn't a "Can't-Miss Moment." But it is interesting, nonetheless. You might want to avert your eyes if seeing a man showing off a message taped into his sun-burned skin is going to make you squeamish. But you can't deny this Rutgers fan's support of his team.

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