What a weekend of FCS football. We're not going to dilly-dally around and waste your time — it's time to get to the best FCS highlights of the week. Vote for your favorite at the bottom of the page. The poll closes Thursday at noon Pacific.
Let's get to it.[divider]
Rhode Island's Aaron Parker With The Bomb
Harris Parker for the 51 yard TD pic.twitter.com/nJIoWf1Gpu
— CAA Football (@CAAFootball) September 16, 2017
Aaron Parker caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from QB Tyler Harris vs. Harvard as Rhody apparently is alive again in Rhode Island.[divider]
Holy Cross' Martin Dorsey's One-Handed Grab
— Holy Cross Football (@HCrossFB) September 16, 2017
Holy Cross' Martin Dorsey made a spectacular one-armed reception as Holy Cross went up early on undefeated New Hampshire on Saturday.[divider]
Princeton's Jesper Horsted With the Circus Catch
— Princeton Football (@PUTigerFootball) September 16, 2017
Princeton's Jesper Horsted goes up and snags this catch against defending Pioneer League and FCS Playoff team San Diego.[divider]
Saint Francis (PA) WR Kamron Lewis gets air
— Ralph S. Ventre (@NECralph) September 16, 2017
Saint Francis (PA) stud wide receiver Kamron Lewis comes down with the touchdown catch from QB Bear Fenimore.[divider]
Tennessee State's Steven Newbold defines #BigBlueRising
— TSU Athletics (@TSU_Tigers) September 16, 2017
Hurdling is the new trucking, and springy wide receivers like Steven Newbold couldn't be happier about it. We agree. [divider]
Indiana State Fake FG With an Insane Course-Correction TD
— Sycamore Football (@IndStFB) September 16, 2017
Down 21-10 in the second quarter at Liberty, Indiana State decided it was time to take drastic action. And boy did it ever work. Kicker Jerry Nunez receives the direct snap, rolls right, and tosses it up for Jacq McClendon, who corrects course mid-route and scores the 31-yard TD. [divider]
Villanova's Jaquan Amos' Pick-Six
— Villanova Football (@NovaFootball) September 16, 2017
Give Jaquan Amos credit for the interception and touchdown, but don't forget the tip by Rob Rolle to get it going. [divider]
Abilene Christian RB De'Andre Brown Defies All Logic
Before you watch the highlight, take a look at this photo and ask yourself, "what's about to happen here?"
Now watch Abilene Christian's De'Andre Brown work his magic:
— Chris Mycoskie (@mycoskie) September 18, 2017
SFA Wins on an Incarnate Word Hail Mary … What?
— SFA Athletics (@SFA_Athletics) September 17, 2017
Stephen F. Austin came back from 10 points down in the fourth quarter to tie it at 31 with the clock ticking down. Incarnate Word wanted to end it in regulation, so on the last play of the game, they called a flea flicker. It didn't go well.