Every Monday on NCAA.com we compile the best sights and sounds from the past week in college football. Relive the coolest moments from Week 13 below.

 

TCU radio call of final play vs. Baylor

Although TCU-Baylor didn’t have the College Football Playoff implications that many of us probably thought it would have at the start of the season, it was still a huge game that came down to the wire. The Horned Frogs ultimately came away victorious 28-21 in double overtime, clinching the win with a 4th-and-1 stop. Listen to the call from the final play by TCU Sports Network’s Brian Estridge.

 

Iowa players sing fight song after win

The dream of perfection continues. Iowa knocked off Nebraska this past weekend and will head to the Big Ten title game with a perfect 12-0 mark. While the Hawkeyes sure have had their fair share of doubters this season, one more victory and they almost certainly will be headed to the College Football Playoff. Watch as the team celebrated its crucial win with a rousing rendition of its fight song.

 

Sideline view of Stanford's game-winning kick

Notre Dame-Stanford was one of the best games of the 2015 college football regular season. The back-and-forth affair featured plenty of huge plays and had a finish for the ages. Notre Dame scored a go-ahead touchdown with 30 seconds left in the contest; however, Stanford marched right down the field, setting up a 45-yard field goal attempt by Conrad Ukropina for the win. Ukropina drilled it, and the Fighting Irish’s playoff dreams were dashed.

 

Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Sterling Shepard celebrate with fans

Speaking of the playoff, Oklahoma seemed to lock up a spot on Saturday. The Sooners entered the week as the No. 3 team in the playoff rankings, and they proceeded to dismantle Oklahoma State 58-23 to clinch a Big 12 title. The Sooners finished the regular season with an 11-1 record and wins over Baylor, TCU and Oklahoma State in their final three weeks. Not bad. Go crazy, Oklahoma. Go crazy.  

 

Coaches hit ‘The Dab’ after wins

Week 13 should be henceforth referred to as The Week of the Dab. The dance popularized by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton infiltrated the college sports world this weekend, with a number of coaches breaking out the move in celebration. Urban Meyer, Frank Beamer and Les Miles were among the football leaders that did their best Newton impression after Week 13 wins.