Week 3 of the 2015 college football did not disappoint. It featured plenty of upsets, exciting finishes and some truly remarkable plays, led by Ole Miss' receiver Quincy Adeboyejo’s 66-yard touchdown reception against Alabama.
Let’s relive the exciting week by listening to its top sounds.
Ole Miss radio call of Adebyoejo’s touchdown
Quarterback Chad Kelly and Adeboyejo’s 66-yard conection was one of the more insane plays in recent memory. How Ole Miss ended up in the end zone after a bobbled snap, a Kelly throw from his back foot high into coverage and a pass deflection, remains unfathomable. You can tell listening to Ole Miss announcer David Kellum’s call that he couldn’t believe what he was seeing, either.
Hugh Freeze dances in locker room after win over ‘Bama
Thanks in part to Adeboyejo’s touchdown, Ole Miss was able to pull off the monster upset of Alabama for the second straight season. Let’s just say Rebels coach Hugh Freeze did not hold back his excitement in the locker room following the season-altering win.
Steve Spurrier doesn’t hold back after Georgia loss
Steve spurrier pls pic.twitter.com/3oVdo3iJeY— Bryce Andrew Dixon (@dixonbryce) September 20, 2015
While Freeze’s team came away with a big win, Steve Spurrier’s squad did the opposite. Georgia manhandled South Carolina 52-20, dropping the Gamecocks to 1-2 on the season. Spurrier, who’s always proven to be a colorful quote, did not sugarcoat his thoughts on how his team performed in his post-game press conference.
California goes crazy in locker room after Texas win
Cal and Texas played one of the more entertaining games from Week 3 on Saturday night. The Golden Bears held a 45-24 lead heading into the fourth and it seemed like they would run away with the victory. However, Texas furiously marched back and scored a touchdown with 1:11 left to make its deficit just one point. Unfortunately for the Longhorns, they missed the ensuing extra point and fell short 45-44. Sonny Dykes and his squad were understandably feeling good after the crazy win.
Stanford celebrates another win in the Coliseum
Stanford sure is making a habit out of winning on the road against USC. The Cardinal surprisingly knocked off the Trojans in Memorial Coliseum on Saturday for the fourth time in its last five tries. Stanford is feeling so comfortable at the Coliseum these days that they are now referring to it as the “C-House.”
Iowa fans lose their minds after 57-yard game-winning field goal
Marshall Koehn drilled a 57-yard field goal as time expired to push Iowa past Pittsburgh and to a 3-0 record this season. As to be expected, Kinnick Stadium got a tad loud following the impressive kick.
Bonus sound: Koehn mobbed by teammates in locker room after win
You might consider taking :20 to watch this... http://t.co/tnBY96FyPu— The Iowa Hawkeyes (@TheIowaHawkeyes) September 20, 2015