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NCAA.com | November 1, 2015

College football highlights: Best plays, moments of Week 9

Here are the best highlights and moments from Week 9.

New Mexico State defender ends overtime game with an incredible ankle interception:

Miami's crazy eight-lateral kickoff return to beat Duke on the final play:

Temple's defense picks off Notre Dame's Deshone Kizer for the second time in the red zone:

Big man TD! 300-pounder Cory Johnson returns a fumble 77 yards for the score:

Rashad Still's 52 yard touchdown grab cut Michigan's lead over Minnesota to one:

The Florida Gators blocked a Georgia punt for the first score of the game:

UCLA running back Paul Perkins goes 82 yards, untouched, for the score:

Jakeem Grant scores his second touchdown on 100 yard return:

NC State takes it 100 yards to the house against No. 3 Clemson:

Laquon Treadwell with the over-the-shoulder TD catch for Ole Miss:

Ole Miss Football: Treadwell amazing TD

Purdue's DeAngelo Yancey breaks a tackle after the catch for an 83-yard TD:

Wisconsin's Tanner McEvoy intercepts ball after it deflects off teammate's helmet

Geno Lewis leaps for a Penn State touchdown catch:

South Carolina uses misdirection to score from the 7:

Nifty moves after the catch for Florida State's Travis Rudolph:

Wake Forest WR Hines jukes a Louisville defender for 58-yard TD:

Cortez Lewis makes the one-handed grab, converts into 78-yard TD:

Oregon's Royce Freeman busts out a 64-yard run:

Boykin flips into the end zone for his second touchdown:

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