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NCAA.com | November 8, 2015

College football: Best highlights, moments from Week 10

These are the absolute best highlights and moments from Week 10 of the college football season.

Crazy Arkansas lateral on 4th and 25 sets up overtime win:

Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey throws -yes, throws, a touchdown:

Stanford Football: McCaffery passing TD

UCF Tre'Quan Smith makes the grab over the Tulsa defender:

Wisconsin faces 4th-and-one before Joe Schobert pulls off the fake punt for 57 yards:

Dalvin Cook gets Florida State on the board first against No. 1 Clemson:

Penn State gets the most out of a busted trick play:

Vanderbilt's Ralph Webb races to the end zone for 74-yard TD

Solomon Vault takes it to the house for Northwestern against Penn State:

Christian Hackenberg's first pass attempt doesn't go as smoothly as QB hoped:

TCU honors Oklahoma State with a special helmet sticker:

Marquise Williams finds a wide-open Ryan Switzer with 90-yard flea flicker TD:

Jager Gardner turns on the jets for a 94-yard touchdown:

Buffalo WR Ron Willoughby makes incredible one-handed catch:

Missouri scores its first touchdown in over a month on this run by Russell Hansbrough:

Corey Coleman scores an 81-yard TD from Stidham:

Welcome to the Big 12, Jarrett Stidham:

 

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