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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | December 31, 2015

College football: The top 10 plays of the 2015 regular season

From trick plays to Hail Marys to good ol’ fashion hard-nosed running, the 2015 regular season was full of some spectacular on-the-field moments. Here are our top plays of the season:

BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum throws game-winning Hail Mary touchdown on fourth down to beat Nebraska in Week 1:

Stanford's Chris Owusu pins ball against the back of defender to haul in a 41-yard touchdown:

Stanford Football: Owusu catch of the year for TD
Georgia Tech blocks a last-second field and returns it for a touchdown to beat Florida State:

Michigan State's Jalen Watts-Jackson picks up bobbled Michigan punt and returns it for a touchdown to beat the Wolverines:

Arkansas’ amazing 4th-and-25 conversion sets up a game-winning touchdown over Ole Miss:

Ohio State's Braxton Miller pulls off a ridiculous spin move in his debut as a wide receiver:

Quincy Adeboyejo hauls in thus beauty in Ole Miss' huge upset win over Alabama:

Ole Miss Football: Miraculous Adeboyejo TD

Oklahoma turns a double reverse flea flicker into a 75-yard touchdown:

Dalvin Cook scores on 94-yard rushing TD against Wake Forest:

East Carolina's Josh Hawkins goes 100 yards with an interception:

Purdue LB Danny Ezechuku 90-yard fumble recovery touchdown:

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