Just when you think saw it all, you realize how foolish and ignorant you are.
In college football, you have never seen it all, as shown in the first three weeks of the season. After fans voted Kyle Davis' one-handed catch as the Play of the Week in Week 2, we have another one-handed grab and some other awesome plays on the ballot for Week 3.
View all the nominees below, and cast your vote for the College Football Play of the Week at the bottom of the page. The poll closes 11:59 PM Eastern Thursday, so be sure to get your vote in on time.[divider]
Noah Brown's 1-Handed Grab
We've seen one-handed catches before. And we've seen behind-the-defenders' back before. But we've never seen anything like this.
During Ohio State's impressive win at Oklahoma, junior receiver Noah Brown made one of the most incredible catches in football history. Part of his five-catch, four-touchdown performance was this one-handed miracle catch over Sooners' cornerback Michiah Quick.
Georgia's 4th & 10
That "kid" is true freshman quarterback Jacob Eason, who has led the Bulldogs to three straight wins, the most recent of which came when they shocked the Tigers in Columbia on Saturday evening.
On 4th and 10 with less than two minutes remaining, Eason hit Isaiah McKenzie over the middle for a game-winning 20-yard touchdown.
Heads-Up Recovery by Clemson
Clemson's win over South Carolina State did not come because of one single player or play, or even a sequence of plays. The Tigers obliterated the FCS Bulldogs, 59-0, in a game that was played with 12-minute quarters in the second half after the coaches agreed it was over when Clemson led 45-0 at the break.
But one heads up play by Clemson – or boneheaded play by South Carolina State – was particularly crazy. Down 14-0 in the first quarter, Bulldogs' kick returner Ahmaad Harris forgot to kneel down for a touchback. Noticing the error, the Tigers pounced on the ball for the easiest score of the week.
Tightrope Body Control
The biggest stories from Cal's upset win over Texas was the win itself and Bears' running back Vic Enwere dropping the ball before the goal line. There were, however, a slew of other highlight-reel and wacky plays, including a gravity-defying catch from Chad Hansen.
Watch as the junior receiver catches a Davis Webb pass that appears to be taking him far out of bounds. Unbeknownst to us, Hansen is a tightrope artist.