Readers, you are wise.
In Week 3, we offered four terrific options for FBS College Football Play of the Week, and while all four were good enough to be considered most weeks, only one was deserving of winning the weekly honor: Noah Brown's one-handed catch. And you voted Brown's catch as the College Football Play of the Week.
As we applaud you for Week 3 voting, let's offer five new college football highlights for Week 4, including another superb one-handed catch.
Watch all the nominees before scrolling to the bottom to vote. We'll close the poll Thursday at midnight and announce a winner Friday morning. Let's get to it.
Colorado Stuns Oregon
Buffaloes' quarterback Steven Montez made his first career start in place of Sefo Liufau, injured during their loss to Michigan in Week 3, and played brilliantly. The freshman from El Paso completed 23 of 32 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns while running for 135 more yards and one score against Oregon.
Though Montez's performance was headline-worthy, it was Bryce Bobo who stole the show with a fourth-quarter game-winning touchdown catch. The junior receiver made this one-handed beauty to give CU the lead, which they never relinquished in moving to 3-1.
Minnesota's 31-24 win over Colorado State was closer than expected, and it could've been even closer (or a different result) had defensive end Tai'yon Devers not forced one of the most violent fumbles you'll ever see.
The freshman, who had two sacks and two forced fumbles against Oregon State in Week 1, annihilated Rams' quarterback Collin Hill in a play that brought back memories of Jadeveon Clowney's hit against Michigan in January 2013.
First TD is Game Winner
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside did play a single snap as a freshman in 2015, and though he played in Stanford's first two games of 2016, the receiver didn't catch a pass. He waited for a good time to record his first three catches and his touchdown.
Trailing 13-9 against UCLA at the Rose Bowl with 2:05 remaining, the Cardinal drove 70 yards with relative ease against the Bruins defense. The 10-play drive was capped by a Ryan Burns' touchdown pass to Arcega-Whiteside with just 24 seconds on the clock.
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) September 25, 2016
Kicker Lays the Hammer
It's not often that kickers lay out speedy return men. It's also not often that a 258-pound kicker plays college football.
Joey Julius is Penn State's mustache-donning, skull-crushing kicker who is quickly becoming one of the most popular players in America. During the Nittany Lions' blowout loss at Michigan, Julius, who has lit up players in the past, crushed Wolverines' cornerback Jourdan Lewis.
The hit meant nothing in the grand scheme of the game but it's still worth celebrating.
UNC Shocks Pitt
With 9:10 on the fourth-quarter game clock and trailing Pittsburgh 36-23, North Carolina punted from their own 24-yard line. After this play, the Tar Heels had just a 3.3 percent chance of winning, according to ESPN. Less than an hour later, it was bedlam at Kenan Memorial Stadium.
North Carolina shocked Pitt, who led for from the 10:30 mark of the first quarter until there were just two seconds left. The game-winning score came on a terrific catch by Bug Howard, his second touchdown in the game's final six minutes.