College Football's Top Plays: Week 10
Week 10 featured all Power 5 conferences back in action, with No. 20 USC vs. Arizona State kicking off the Pac-12's return, followed by a big-time ACC matchup between No. 4 Notre Dame and No. 1 Clemson.
Check out the top moments from the biggest Saturday of college football so far this season! (All odds provided by FOX Bet.)
Irish eyes on an upset
Even without Trevor Lawrence in action, Saturday night's bout between the Tigers and Fighting Irish lived up to the hype, as Notre Dame found paydirt in the final minute to force extra time against the top-ranked team in the land.
A Kyren Williams rushing TD in double overtime gave the Irish the win, as Clemson suffered its first regular-season loss since 2017.
D.J. with the deep cuts
While it came in a losing effort, D.J. Uiagalelei was sensational on Saturday, getting the scoring started for Clemson with a 53-yard bomb.
And that was just the start of a record-setting night for the Tigers QB.
It was hard to tell Uiagalelei is a freshman quarterback with how he handled his first true road game in South Bend.
It certainly wasn't enough vs. Justin Fields and Ohio State, but you have to love Rutgers' dedication to the lateral-based trickeration.
Having a Fields day
Speaking of the Buckeyes quarterback, rather than highlight just one play, why not sit back and enjoy a compilation of his monstrous day?
USC special teams showed up early
After struggling on special teams last year, the Trojans came up big with Jack Jones' muffed punt return to set up solid field position.
However, USC fumbled the scoring opportunity away – literally – at the goal line.
On the plus side, the Trojans managed to right the ship before things were all said and done vs. ASU.
Miles Marshall makes it look easy
Indiana quarterback Michael Penix went 7-for-9 on a 60-yard drive down the field, capping it off with a sweet 13-yarder to receiver Miles Marshall for the score.
Michigan answers back immediately
Cornelius Johnson got his first touchdown of the season via a 37-yard bomb from quarterback Joe Milton to tie it up.
Mr. Robinson is a full-grown man
Texas' Bijan Robinson went 54 yards and pulled out all the stops, including the stiff-arm and savage spin move.
Moving the chain(saw)
What's better than a turnover chain? Well ...
Drake London will not go down
USC's Kedon Slovis found receiver Drake London, who fought for every single yard, going down just short of the end zone.
Don't underestimate the Hoosiers
Indiana quarterback Michael Penix launched another rocket for his second touchdown of the day.
Serving pancakes for that 9 a.m. start
'SC's Amon Ra St. Brown straight manhandled ASU's Jack Jones on this play.
Rachaad White turns on the burners
The Sun Devils' Rachaad White used the quick screen to hit the hole, escape traffic, and take it 55 yards to the house.
Javonte Williams is a cheat code
UNC had 42 first half points courtesy of running back Javonte Williams.
Brandon Joseph will take that
Northwestern's Brandon Joseph picked off Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez in the end zone, helping maintain the lead over the Cornhuskers.
The Longhorns' Smith goes long
Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger put the Longhorns on top with a 33-yard strike to Jake Smith.
The Hooisers defense is no joke
Michigan's Milton picked a bad time to toss his first interception of the season, as Williams intercepted the pass and returned it 36 yards.
USC fights on
'SC quarterback Kedon Slovis leveled the game with a clutch touchdown pass to Drake London.
Setting the tone
Rushing for a 75-yard touchdown on the first drive has to be the best way to start off a rivalry game.
After falling down 14-0, Kyle Trask connects with Justin Shorter for a 14-yard touchdown pass to get Florida on the board.
Showing off the vertical!
It's not quite the same as "you got Moss'd," but Kyle Pitts went up and over the Georgia secondary to haul in this pass.
Turning defense to offense
Eric Stokes turns this interception into a touchdown to put Georgia back on top, 21-14.
Not so 50-50
If the ball is thrown in Kyle Pitts' area, only he is coming down with it.
Running it up
The Florida Gators piled up the points on Georgia, taking a 38-21 into halftime behind four first half touchdown passes from Kyle Trask.
After trailing 14-0, Florida dominated the Bulldogs on both sides of the ball.
Rhamondre Stevenson had Oklahoma in control early over Kansas after this 13-yard touchdown run.
Cincinnati running back Gerrid Brooks had a big day on the ground with 98 rushing yards in the first half, but he also showed off his pass-catching ability.
Finish the play
Bryson Smith of Houston pulled off one of the best catches of the day by simply not giving up on the play.
Terps in control
Maryland has dominated on offense and defense against Penn State, now scoring a touchdown off of a forced fumble.
To the house
Something is in the water today, with the Oklahoma State Cowboys becoming the latest team to score a defensive touchdown today.
The Baylor Bears had not just one, but two interceptions in the first quarter.
A second passing touchdown from Charlie Brewer put Baylor on top of the seventeenth ranked Iowa State Cyclones 14-0.
Three in one
The third time is a charm for the Baylor secondary, recording three interceptions in the first half.
After a rocky first half, Iowa State found its footing in the third quarter, cutting the Baylor lead to one possession after a Brock Purdy touchdown pass.
Iowa State knotted up the game, 24-24, behind a Breece Hall rushing touchdown.
Why use two hands?
You only need one.
Taking the leaad
Whatever Iowa State's coaching staff said at halftime clearly worked, with Iowa State outscoring Baylor 21-3 in the third quarter.
Here are a few final scores from Saturday: