Tennessee's Josh Dobbs completed a 43-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass on the final play to stun host Georgia 34-31 Saturday, capping the wildest of several breath-taking finishes.
Surrounded by Bulldogs defenders, Tennessee's Jauan Jennings made a leaping catch to give Kirby Smart his second consecutive loss as Georgia's new coach.
"Indescribable," UT coach Butch Jones told CBS Sports.
Bulldogs freshman QB Jacob Eason threw a 47-yard touchdown pass with just 10 seconds left to give the Bulldogs a 31-28 lead. However, a 15-yard penalty on the Bulldogs for removing a helmet on the field moved UGA's ensuing kickoff back 15 yards. That helped UT get a return into Georgia territory to help set up Dobbs' thrilling finish.
That was just one heart-stopping ending.
North Carolina's 37-35 win over Florida State was another, as UNC kicker Nick Weiler converted a career-long 54-yard field goal as time expired.
In another walk-off score, Baylor kicker Chris Callahan's 19-yard chip shot FG with no time remaining lifted the Bears over Iowa State 45-42. The Cyclones led for most of the game and at one point held a commanding second-half lead of 42-28. Baylor's comeback kept BU unbeaten at 5-0.
Indiana required overtime to finish a 24-21 upset of Michigan State. The Spartans scored with 11 seconds left in regulation to tie the game 21-21. IU kicker Griffin Oakes missed a 33-yard field goal in overtime, but got another chance at it when MSU's Drake Martinez was flagged for leaping. Oakes then converted from 20 yards to end the game.
While the Michigan-Wisconsin game didn't come down to the final play, it was sealed by a spectacular individual effort by one of the top NFL draft prospects in the college game, Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis. The senior made a reach-back, one-handed interception to seal the Wolverines' 14-7 win over Wisconsin in the final minutes.