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NCAA.com | October 11, 2015

College football highlights: Best plays, moments of Week 6

Week 6 of the college football season certainly did not disappoint. So, in case you missed anything, here are some of the most exciting, crazy and funny college football highlights of the week.

Josh Doctson catches game-winning 55-yard touchdown for TCU:

Trevone Boykin gives TCU the lead with an electrifying 69-yard TD run:

Calvin Ridley turns long pass into 81-yard TD reception:

Aaron Green takes the opening hand-off 86 yards for a TCU score:

Dalvin Cook scampers for a 72-yard TD run on a beautiful option play:

Minnesota's Shannon Brooks runs through everyone for 71-yard TD run:

USF pulls a trick play with this reverse flea flicker against Syracuse:

The weekly Leonard Fournette long TD run, this one for 87 yards:

LSU Football: Fournette 87-yd TD

Reggie Davis returns a punt for a 70-yard Georgia touchdown:

Georgia's Leonard Floyd scoops up a fumble and scores a 96-yard touchdown:

Charlie Strong crowdsurfs after big win over No. 10 Oklahoma:

Michigan takes it to the big house on the opening kickoff:

Laquon Treadwell reaches out for the fingertip catch and touchdown:

Baylor's LaQuan McGowan catches his second career touchdown:

Braxton Miller shows off his moves near the sideline

Illinois WR Malik Turner grabs the one-handed catch over the shoulder:

Maryland strikes first against Ohio State

Washington's Brayden Lenius makes incredible catch

Washington Football: Lenius Incredible Catch
Washington uses double pass for TD vs Southern California

Washington Football: Perkins TD

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