After a thrilling bookend in Tennessee's 42-41 2OT win over Georgia Tech Monday night, college football's Week 1 action is over. Now, we're here to bring you the best plays from the week. There was a historic comeback, a few feel-good stories, one-handed grabs and plenty of defensive and special teams touchdowns.

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Here are the best plays of the week:

UCLA QB Josh Rosen's game-winning touchdown pass

UCLA kicked off its season with the largest college football comeback in 11 years, and quarterback Josh Rosen sealed the victory with a fake spike-turned-game-winning touchdown pass against Texas A&M.

USC long snapper Jake Olson, who is blind, makes collegiate debut on PAT

USC long snapper Jake Olson may have provided the coolest moment of the weekend, when he made his college debut to snap the ball on an extra point attempt, which the Trojans converted. Olson, a lifelong USC fan who lost his eyesight at age 12 due to cancer, helped the Trojans tack on the final point of their 49-31 victory against Western Michigan.

MSU cornerback Tyson Smith's pick six

Michigan State cornerback Tyson Smith suffered a stroke last fall but he worked his way back to the field, and in the Spartans' opener, he returned an interception for a touchdown.

Louisiana Tech's special teams unit

Teddy Veal broke six tackles – two of them after seemingly being sandwiched between a pair of Northwestern State defenders – and he outran the rest of the Demons' punt coverage team for a 66-yard touchdown on a punt return. The punt return came minutes after DeJuawn Oliver scored on a 26-yard fumble recovery after Northwestern State fumbled on a kick return.

South Carolina QB Jake Bentley finds WR Deebo Samuel

South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel had a career day with three touchdowns in the first three quarters. He returned the opening kickoff against N.C. State, then hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions, including this ridiculous one-handed grab in the end zone.

Maryland and Texas exchange 'block sixes'

Maryland defeated No. 23 Texas 51-41 in a game that featured two blocked field goals returned for touchdowns in a seven-minute stretch. The Terrapins went up 21-7 after Derwin Gray blocked a field goal attempt and Antoine Brooks Jr. ran 71 yards for the score. Minutes later, the Longhorns had a 65-yard touchdown return of their own.

Florida safety Duke Dawson's pick six

Man, did the tides turn quickly for Florida. Back-to-back pick sixes gave the Gators a 17-10 lead against the Michigan, but the Wolverines walked away with a 33-17 victory. The first interception return for a touchdown came from Florida safety Duke Dawson, who grabbed a tipped pass and weaved his way to the end zone.

UAB's unlikely pick six

It's not often that a defensive lineman scores a touchdown. In UAB football's return, defensive lineman Anthony Rush tipped a pass, caught it, and rumbled 25 yards for the touchdown.

Wisconsin's 99-yard pick six

Wisconsin safety Joe Ferguson was on the 1-yard line when he intercepted Utah State quaterback Kent Myers. Ninety-nine yards later, Ferguson was in the end zone, adding to the Badgers' 59 unanswered points they scored after the first quarter.

JD Spielman's 99-yard kick return

Nebraska redshirt freshman wide receiver JD Spielman's college career started with a bang, as he returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown, an immediate answer to Arkansas State's punt return touchdown that occurred just 23 seconds earlier.

Parris Campbell's catch and run

What started as a two-yard crossing route over the middle ended in a 74-yard game-winning touchdown for Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell. Campbell caught the ball just inside Ohio State's own 30-yard line before rounding the corner and sprinting down the sideline past Indiana's defense, virtually untouched.

Western Michigan's trickery

What could have been a pick six for USC turned into a go-ahead score for Western Michigan on the road against USC. Quarterback Jon Wassink threw a pass behind the line of scrimmage to Keishawn Watson, who then threw the ball back to Wassink for a 27-yard touchdown. The play gave Western Michigan a 21-14 lead but USC roared back to a 49-31 win.

Simmie Cobbs' sideline acrobatics

Indiana held its own against Ohio State for two-plus quarters and wide receiver Simmie Cobbs was a big reason why. He finished with 11 receptions, including this acrobatic one-handed grab, for 149 yards and one touchdown.

Illinois blocks a field goal to secure the win

There were several blocked field goals in Week 1, but maybe none bigger than Illinois blocking Ball State's game-tying field goal attempt on the game's final play. The Fighting Illini won 24-21.