Discussion in 'The Tradition' started by jms493, Oct 16, 2011.
The first play of the Week for Season 4 is one of the best thrown balls one will see. Rob Bolden puts the ball in the very far back of the endzone, and only his WR Bill Belton can make the play. Penn State would start the season off 1-0 with a scary one, 30-27 in OT over Boston College.
Week 2 Play of the Week comes from the Bulldogs of Mississippi State playing in Ann Arbor. QB Tyler Murphy has the guts to stay in the pocket and throw a perfect pass, even as the defender rushed by. The Bulldogs would defeat Michigan 38-24.
Damn, two very nice throws!
The Week 3 Play of the Week isn't a touchdown, but its about as impressive as anything can be without being a touchdown. WR Dustin Herron for the Cornhuskers makes the catch, looks to be inbounds, but then gets hit. He still somehow though reaches back and taps the toe for the miraculous grab. Nebraska would get to 3-0 in the 24-20 victory over Tennessee.
Week 4 Play of the Week is one you don't see every day. Stanford forces a fumble with a great hit, and then big Lance Callihan picked it up and ran it as far as he had the stamina too. He then selflessly pitched it to Austin Gandy who would take it the rest of the way. Stanford would crush Washington 49-31
The Stanford is my favorite so far because undoubtedly he was gonna get caught from behind until he pitched it to the speedier LB.
Our Week 5 looks a bit like our runner up for the 2013 play of the week last year, only with a little less flash. C.J. Davis lofts up a quick fade route to Justin Scott Wesley who gets above the defenders and barely gets his right foot in before his left, for the touchdown. Georgia would beat LSU 24-17.
Rob Bolden makes his 2nd appearance in the play of the week for 2014 as he brings us the Week 6 play. Bolden dips under an opposing player going for the sack, realizes the pocket is about to collapse and escapes. He then beats a defender to the corner and walks into the endzone. Penn State would dominate Indiana 65-7.
Awesome play by Bolden.
Bolden does that a lot...mf'er dodges tackles it's crazy...it's the impact symbol he has!
Week 7 Play of the Week comes from Athens, Georgia, where WR Sanford Seay returns this punt 83 yards to take the 73-0 lead over Tennessee. Georgia would end up winning the game 27-24.
Utah makes its first Play of the Week appearance for Season 4 when Jacob Wilson tips the option pitch and then scoops and scores for the touchdown. Utah crushed UCLA 55-10
Penn State reward their fullback with a carry, and he makes the most of it in the Week 9 Play of the Week. Thomas Jackson took the ball 35 yards on the play and Penn State took the game 29-26 in OT
In our Week 10 Play of the Week, Utah QB Mookie Cox fits a ball perfectly between 3 defenders and the back of the endzone to get a touchdown and extend Utah's lead. Utah would stomp Colorado 65-31
Week 11 Play of the Week comes from Lincoln, as freshman phenom Dan Herron catches what looks to be an interception, and turns it into the touchdown that would ultimately seal the 34-20 victory over Penn State
Week 12 Play of the Week Michigan gets into the action as Tim Holmes takes a kick-off back for a touchdown. Most coaches would have cringed with a guy returning a ball that deep, but Holmes had the speed and blocking to take it all the way back.
twist got amazing blocking on that return...especially that deep, that's NFL style kickoff return...
Week 13 Play of the Week is a catch you don't get to see often. Brian McCoy makes a spectacular catch on a John Darby throw that ends up just in front of the endzone. Stanford would eek out a victory 39-36.
wow never saw that catch animation before...sick.
That was a sweet catch!
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