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NCAA.com | November 21, 2015

College football: Best highlights, moments from Week 12

These are the best highlights and moments from Week 12 of the college football season.

Samaje Perine breaks free for a 72-yard Oklahoma touchdown:

Fred Ross makes an insane one-handed grab and motors in for the score for Mississippi State:

Michigan State's kicker nails the game-winning field goal against Ohio State:

Ken Griffey Jr.'s son, Trey Griffey, scores a 95-yard touchdown for Arizona:

Cyrus Jones sets an Alabama record with his second punt return TD of the game:

Clemson player proposes to his girlfriend before the game:

Indiana pulls off a successful surprise onside kick:

Fullback jump pass? Kansas State pulls it off against Iowa State:

Temple's Romond Deloatch uses his size for the score in the corner:

Kansas State's Morgan Burns with his third kickoff return for a TD this season:

Maryland's Brandon Moss rips off a 79-yard touchdown run against Indiana:

Virginia Tech fans voice their appreciation for long-time head football coach Frank Beamer:

Boise State scores on the first play of the game with an 83-yard rushing score:

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