College football: Top sounds of Week 4
Week 4 of the 2015 college football season is in the books, but we’re not totally ready to move on from it. Not when the week featured some of the most incredible finishes we’ve seen in recent memory, highlighted by Florida and TCU’s wild game-winning touchdowns against Tennessee and Texas Tech, respectively.
So, let’s relive the week with the help of our ears. Here are the best sounds from Week 4.
Florida radio call of Gators’ game-winning score
A miracle. While that phase is a tad overused when it comes to sports -- that’s all you could call Antonio Callaway’s 63-yard game-winning touchdown. The Gators looked finished – they trailed by six and had fourth down at their own 37-yard line with just over 1:30 left – but somehow Callaway sprung free on the unforgettable play and Florida ultimately improved to 4-0 on the season. To the shock of no one, considering how remarkable the play was, Florida radio announcer Mick Hubert was a tad excited on the call.
Texas A&M locker room goes crazy after Arkansas win
It wasn’t easy – they needed a game-tying score late in regulation and overtime – but Texas A&M escaped AT&T stadium on Saturday with a win over SEC foe Arkansas. After a hard-fought win like that one, the Aggies were understandably in a mood to celebrate. And there’s not many coaches better at firing up players than Kevin Sumlin. Check out this awesome post-game scene led by Sumlin:
Mike Gundy dances after Oklahoma State tops Texas
In the latest edition of college football coaches dancing, we have Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy breaking it down after his team’s victory over Texas. We’re not even sure what dance Gundy’s trying to pull off, which makes the sight even more ridiculous. Still, we’re not in the business of killing people’s vibes here. Gundy’s team got a big win on Saturday and he should it enjoy it how he wants. Do your thing, Gundy.
Utah performs alma mater in locker room after win
There were many close games on Saturday, but Utah and Oregon’s evening bout was not one of them. The Utes thrashed the Ducks 62-20, making a statement to the country that they should be viewed as the top team in the Pac-12. Utah celebrated the win with an awesome performance of its alma mater in the locker room, with one player even sitting on top of a locker during the rendition.
TCU radio call of Aaron Green’s tip-drill TD
The best game from Week 4 was undoubtedly TCU’s 55-52 win over Texas Tech. The game went back-and-forth, featured 14 touchdowns and, most importantly, had a fantastic finish. The Horned Frog’s playoff dreams and standing as one of the top teams in the country seemed finished when TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin’s pass tipped off receiver Josh Doctson’s hands on a must-score play with under 30 seconds left in the game. However, somehow, fellow receiver Aaron Green was in the right place at the right time and came down with the ball for the touchdown to keep his team's championship aspirations alive. The game-winning score was one for the ages. Thankfully, TCU radio announcer Brian Estridge’s call does the truly unbelievable play justice.