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 Week 7. Vote for your favorite at the bottom of the page. The poll closes Thursday at noon Pacific.
Let's get to it.
You can't catch Chris Jones
— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) October 14, 2017
Northwestern State's Chris Jones took a handoff from his own 10-yard line to the house, breaking a tackle at the line of scrimmage and juking a defender before sprinting 90 yards to paydirt against Sam Houston State.
Tymir Hinton wants all 100 of these yards
— CCSU Blue Devils (@CCSUBlueDevils) October 14, 2017
Wagner keeps the game alive with crazy 2-point conversion
— Northeast Conference (@NECsports) October 16, 2017
Wagner hung around Central Connecticut and in the third overtime converted one of the craziest desperation two-point conversions you'll ever see.
Justin Sumpter only needs one hand
— Kennesaw State FB (@kennesawstfb) October 15, 2017
Kennesaw State wide receiver Justin Sumpter gave his best Odell Beckham Jr. impression on this incredible one-handed touchdown catch.
Charlie Volker shows off his wheels
Charlie Volker sets a Princeton record with a 96-yard TD rush! His 4th of the day, and Princeton leads 29-0. pic.twitter.com/UNcjVXyWt9
— Princeton Football (@PUTigerFootball) October 14, 2017
Princeton running back Charlie Volker quickly found himself an opening from his of four yard line and took this carry 96 yards to the house.
Kevin Duke and Ezekiel Ennis make some magic
What a throw! What a catch!
— Northeast Conference (@NECsports) October 14, 2017
Justice Shelton-Mosley's house-call
— Harvard Football (@HarvardFootball) October 14, 2017
Derrick Mitchell can not be stopped
— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) October 15, 2017
Incarnate Word running back Derrick Mitchell wasn't going to let a few defenders get in his way of the end zone. Watch him break tackles and weave back and forth on the way to a 74-yard score.
Easton Stick to the House
“S” on the chest. pic.twitter.com/edkdMDJ51G
— Ross Uglem (@RossUglem) October 15, 2017
Jabarri Johnson keeps it off the red turf
— Bobcat Football (@MSUBobcatsFB) October 14, 2017