The craziness that defines college football was in full effect this Saturday with a fair dosage of comeback wins, upset losses and, of course, explosive plays.
Ranking the top five plays from Week 4 in college football
Javian Hawkins, Louisville RB: Down 13-0 in the first quarter, Hawkins got the Cardinals on the board with an explosive 75-yard TD run up the middle when he outran the entire Pitt defense in a foot race. Louisville would go on to lose in a close 23-20 affair.
Just. Like. THAT!!!
Sean Tucker, Syracuse RB: Tucker took advantage of a lackadaisical Georgia Tech defense when he was brought down by safety Juanyeh Thomas in the first quarter. Tucker was spun around by the Yellow Jacket defender and stumbled, but his knee never hit the ground, and he finished his 38-yard TD run for the first score of the day by either team. Syracuse earned its first win of the season 37-20, and Tucker finished with 112 yards on the ground and two TDs.
Can’t bring him down! ?
First touchdown under the new Dome roof goes to @seantucker2020. pic.twitter.com/G2PzXZ56WV
Kyle Pitts, Florida TE: This was just one of the eight catches Pitts hauled in during No. 6 Florida's record-breaking 51-35 win against Mississippi. Pitts secured the ball at midfield with Rebels linebacker Jacquez Jones within tackling distance, but after a strong stiff-arm Pitts went all the way to score on the 71-yard catch and gallop. Pitts would end the day with 170 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
? “Hello, @SportsCenter? This is @kylepitts__ ?”
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Khaleb Hood, Georgia Southern WR: Hood laid out for the 28-yard, one-handed catch with less than a minute to go in the fourth quarter against No. 25 Louisiana-Lafayette to make it a one-point game. Georgia Southern then followed with a two-point conversion to take the lead, but the Ragin' Cajuns won the game 20-18 after a game-winning 53-yard field goal.
GEORGIA SOUTHERN (+360 ML) FOR THE LEAD‼️
Khaleb Hood makes the unreal one-handed grab for the TD and then they converted the 2-PT conversion to go up 18-17 ?pic.twitter.com/BiPz9vDptk
T.J. Vasher, Texas Tech WR: In a high scoring in-state clash, Vasher stepped up when the underdog Red Raiders needed a score. Texas Tech led by one in the fourth quarter against No. 9 Texas when the senior wideout made in incredible catch in the corner of the end zone with his fingertips. The 18-yard touchdown extended the lead, unfortunately the Longhorns rallied to beat Texas Tech 63-56 in overtime.
TJ VASHER WHAT A CATCH
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