This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media.
Here’s the best moment you’ll see in college football this season
USC long-snapper Jake Olson has been blind since he was 12 years old, after losing his second eye to retinoblastoma (a form of eye cancer). And on Saturday, Olson got into a live game for the first time with USC, snapping on this successful extra-point attempt in the fourth quarter of the Trojans’ win over Western Michigan. This was absolutely awesome:
Also in that game, Western Michigan pulled off a wacky play for a touchdown
This could’ve easily been a pick-six, but instead it was an amazing touchdown actually gave Western Michigan a brief lead over USC in the third quarter:
Josh Rosen leads UCLA to the second-largest comeback in college football history
The potential top pick in next year’s NFL Draft was sensational, leading UCLA back from a 34-point third-quarter deficit for a stunning 45-44 win over Texas A&M. Here were the fourth-quarter touchdowns, including Rosen’s incredible fake-spike touchdown pass to tie the game in the final minute (the ensuing extra point gave them the lead):
We already have a very strong catch of the year contender
Courtesy of New Mexico State wide receiver Jaleel Scott. The 6’6″ senior somehow made this absurd one-handed touchdown grab vs Arizona State:
Giants CF Gorkys Hernandez robs Tommy Pham of a dinger
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