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The play of the week, and what could end up being the play of the year: Central Michigan’s miracle
So, this play on an untimed down should’ve never been allowed to happen, but it did happen, and everyone but Oklahoma State should be thankful it happened, because it was a college football play we’ll remember for a long time. The miraculous game-winning touchdown from Central Michigan:
And you need to hear the Central Michigan home radio call of the play.
Arizona State’s Kalen Ballage scores 8 touchdowns to tie the FBS record for most touchdowns in one game
Arizona State junior running back Kalen Ballage had quite the game on Saturday night against Texas Tech. On 15 touches (13 carries and two receptions), Ballage had EIGHT touchdowns in the Sun Devils’ 68-55 win.
Here’s touchdown No. 7 for Ballage:
And touchdown No. 8:
Lamar Jackson reached 13 total touchdowns on the season in just 4 quarters
So, Ballage scored those eight touchdowns in a game just a week after Louisville’s Lamar Jackson had accounted for eight touchdowns (throwing and running) the previous week, and Jackson added five more touchdowns last week at Syracuse. That Week 1 game he had eight touchdowns, he did so in just two quarters as he didn’t play the second half. And he accounted for five more touchdowns against Syracuse by halftime, so that’s 13 total touchdowns in four quarters!
Here was his most impressive touchdown vs Syracuse:
Auburn’s Kerryon Johnson scores insane touchdown
One of the best individual efforts you will see all season in college football, from Auburn’s Kerryon Johnson on Saturday:
Rams look like a dumpster fire, Aaron Donald flips out
The Los Angeles Rams were humiliated in a 28-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, and star defensive lineman Aaron Donald let all of his frustration out in the final minutes:
Antonio Brown torches Washington defense, twerks in end zone
Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown went off vs the Washington Redskins for eight catches, 126 yards, and two touchdowns.
Here was the first touchdown:
And the second touchdown… which drew a penalty for twerking in the end zone:
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