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Here’s the first touchdown of the 2016 College Football season

The real college football fun gets going this weekend, but the season officially kicked off with Cal-Hawaii last weekend in Australia. Of course, ESPN didn’t find the occasion important enough to actually send their announcers to the game location.

It was a high-scoring contest, with the Golden Bears coming away with a 51-31 victory over the Rainbow Warriors, and the first touchdown of the game — and therefore the college football season — came on a 34-yard run from Cal’s Khalfani Muhammad:

New York wins the Little League Series title over South Korea

Congrats to the kids of Endwell, New York on winning the 2016 Little League World Series. Here was the final out:

Insane fake punt touchdown in high school game

Cedar Hill ran an amazing fake punt vs Bishop Gorman in high school football action… and turned it into a 71-yard touchdown. This is crazy:


Two incredible pick-sixes in NFL preseason action, from guys that aren’t “fat” but still guys you wouldn’t have expected making these amazing plays:

Sean Spence with a ridiculous hit to force a fumble that leads to a Titans defensive touchdown

This was one hell of a hit by Sean Spence vs the Oakland Raiders, and it led to a defensive touchdown for the Titans.

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About Matt Clapp

Matt is an editor at The Comeback. He attended Colorado State University, wishes he was Saved by the Bell's Zack Morris, and idolizes Larry David. And loves pizza and dogs because obviously.

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