College football: Top sights and sounds from Week 10
Every Monday on NCAA.com we compile the best sights and sounds from the past week in college football. Relive the coolest moments from Week 10 below.
Arkansas radio calls of incredible 4th-and-25 conversion, game-winning score
A week after Miami beat Duke on a lateral-filled kickoff return, Arkansas pulled off a little lateral magic of its own. The Razorbacks toppled Ole Miss on Saturday after converting on 4th and 25, a play that featured what is probably better described as a backwards heave than a traditional lateral, in overtime. Arkansas would later score a touchdown and a two-point conversion on the drive to give them the 53-52 win. Chuck Barrett was on the call for Razorback Sports Network and did a fantastic job of capturing the pivotal moments from the victory.
Washington State celebrates becoming bowl eligible
Washington State is going bowling. The Cougars earned their sixth win of the season in Week 10, becoming bowl eligible for the second time in the last three seasons. It’s a huge accomplishment and one the Cougars had a good time celebrating in their locker room following their big 38-24 win over Arizona State on Saturday.
Nebraska has “hip hop hooray” chant after win over Michigan State
Nebraska pulled off the biggest upset of Week 10, as they took down previously unbeaten Michigan State 39-38. The Cornhuskers trailed the Spartans 38-26 with less than two minutes left in the game, but Mike Riley’s squad never gave up and came away with a thrilling victory. Riley and his players were fired up after the W; they led an inspired “hip hop hooray” chant during the post-game celebration.
Sideline view of Tennessee’s game-winning forced fumble, on-field celebration
Driving and down three with under a minute to play, South Carolina was on the verge of snatching victory away from Tennessee on Saturday. However, the Volunteers stood tall and forced and recovered a fumble inside the red zone with 32 seconds left to clinch the win. Tennessee has posted awesome video from the sideline of the huge play and the team’s on-field celebration in its aftermath.
Florida radio call of game-winning field goal
For the first time since 2009, Florida is headed to Atlanta for the SEC Championship. The Gators clinched an SEC East title with a hard-fought 9-7 win over Vanderbilt in Week 10. Florida trailed for much of the contest, but ultimately prevailed thanks to a 43-yard field goal by Austin Hardin with 2:22 left in the game. Considering the issues Florida has had with its kicking game this year and that a trip to the Georgia Dome was on the line, the made field goal was surely a special moment for the program. Understandably so, Florida radio announcer Mick Hubert could hardly contain his excitement on the call.
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