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NCAA.com | September 20, 2015

Best College Football Highlights: Week 3

Week 3 of the college football season is underway and there have already been some incredible moments. We'll be updating this story all weekend, so let's start with a look at the best moments so far:

Quincy Adeboyejo catches tipped pass for long Ole Miss touchdown:

Ole Miss Football: Miraculous Adeboyejo TD

Georgia's Greyson Lambert and Nick Chubb hit milestones:

Georgia Football: Lambert and Chubb milestones

Josh Doctson catches bobbled ball for TCU touchdown:

 

 

Richard Mullaney hurdles defender to score first TD for Alabama:

 

 

Michigan State WR Aaron Burbridge makes insane TD catch:

Tennessee's Evan Berry slices and dices his way for an 88-yard kickoff return TD:

Notre Dame's C.J. Prosise rumbles for a 91-yard score:

Memphis ties game with double-reverse flea flicker touchdown:

 

Taylor Alie runs 87 yards to the house for Oregon:

Jeremy Johnson scores Auburn's first TD of the game on a long run:

Leonard Fournette went 70 yards on the first play from scrimmage:

Purdue LB Danny Ezechukwu scoops and score for 90 yard TD:

Tulsa recovers an onside kick and then produces this Hail Mary:

UConn converts on fourth down with fake punt:

Michigan State's Aaron Burbridge sneaks his foot down for the TD:

Louisville's Traveon Samuel takes this kickoff 100 yards to the house:

Clemson lines up in innovative formation against Louisville:

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