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USA TODAY Sports activities’ Paul Myerberg breaks down the most fresh Amway Coaches Poll.

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This week’s high six plays from college football had been smartly-rounded and all three phases of the game made appearances with electrical and spirited plays.   

The longest play on the checklist is a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on special groups and there are four worthy catches that construct appearances to verbalize the offensive facet of the ball. 

In the conclude, an interception that ends in a touchdown — with a twist — headlines the finest defensive plays.

The stop six plays from Week 9:

CJ Lewis, Boston College, WR: The Eagles started off sizzling sizzling in opposition to No. 1 Clemson and had been forward 21-10 with a minute left sooner than halftime. Quarterback Phil Jurkovec dropped lend a hand and threw to Lewis in the pause zone. The ball used to be swatted by Clemson’s Mario Goodrich but Lewis by some capacity tracked the ball, bobbled it and came down with the touchdown. Unfortunately, that would possibly per chance be the closing rating of the game as Boston College fell 34-28 to the Tigers.

WHAT A CATCH BY CJ LEWIS 😳 pic.twitter.com/38BV0IPhmQ

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 31, 2020

Ricky White, Michigan Teach, WR: The Spartans had been riding up three with six minutes left in opposition to No. 14 Michigan. White got one-on-one coverage strategy the particular sideline and that is the reason all quarterback Rocky Lombardi desired to sight as he heaved it to his No.1 receiver. One way or the opposite, whereas falling to the floor, White came up with the ball and carried out the wonderful make a choice to construct the Spartans in scoring situation to seal the game. Michigan Teach would high-tail on to beat Michigan 27-24, and White accomplished with eight catches for 196 yards and a touchdown.

ARE YOU KIDDING ME, @Only1RW 🤯🤯 pic.twitter.com/CRyveLBPIe

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 31, 2020

HIGHS AND LOWS: College football winners and losers from Week 9

BIG LETDOWN: Most up-to-date loss is more proof Harbaugh can not take care of close huge at Michigan

TIGERS GET SCARE: No. 1 Clemson wants huge rally to beat Boston College

Bee Jay Williamson, Louisiana Tech, DB: What can also were a nightmare used to be an wonderful — and rare — heads up play from Williamson. The redshirt sophomore picked off a circulation within the second quarter in opposition to Alabama-Birmingham and lateraled the ball to Khalil Ladler, who then ran the length of the self-discipline for a touchdown. Louisiana Tech went on to take care of close 37-34 in extra time.

— Bleacher Account (@BleacherReport) October 31, 2020

Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma Teach, WR: This used to be actual one in every of Wallace’s 11 catches on the day but it used to be positively the finest. Quarterback Spencer Sanders and the offense used to be at the 10-yard line when he gave Wallace a massive gamble to take care of close a one-on-one matchup. With a defender draped all over the save him, the senior caught the ball for the rating and extended his team’s lead to 30-20 within the third quarter. Oklahoma Teach would high-tail on to lose 41-34 in extra time to Texas.

D’Shawn Jamison, Texas, DB: The kickoff started catastrophic when Jamison dropped the ball within the pause zone, but it didn’t stop the junior from making more than one Oklahoma Teach defenders high-tail away out sooner than breaking free for a touchdown. The momentum-changing 100-yard kickoff return after the Cowboys went up 11 helped the Longhorns rally to power extra time.  Texas within the conclude obtained 41-34 in extra time.

HE GONE ✌️@D_JAMISON5 takes the kick return TO THE HOUSE for @TexasFootball 🏡 pic.twitter.com/hkquNdfCMe

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 31, 2020

Jahan Dotson, Penn Teach, WR: Most incessantly a extensive receiver wants actual one hand. Dotson needed to alter to a throw from quarterback Sean Clifford whereas being defended by Ohio Teach’s Shaun Wade. He threw up his actual hand to construct the make a choice after which got past Wade for a 21-yard touchdown. Dotson would add one other second-half of rating as phase of his seven catches for 133 yards in a loss to the Buckeyes.

— Sideline CFB (@SidelineCFB) November 1, 2020

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