Top Plays // College Football
Lamar Jackson Makes a Statement
In perhaps the biggest game in Louisville football history, Lamar Jackson cemented his spot on the top of the Heisman Watch with an incredible five touchdown performance against #2 Florida State. Jackson has started the year on an absolute tear with 18 touchdowns in just the first three weeks. The electric QB personified his greatness with a long run Saturday afternoon.
Freshman Heroics Once Again
The college football season has begun with a lot of great performances from Freshman quarterbacks. This past Saturday was no different with Georgia’s Jacob Eason leading his team on a game winning drive capped off with a 4th down TD throw. Move over upperclassmen, it’s the year of the young studs.
Behind the Back Catch
Everything went right for Ohio State against Oklahoma over the weekend. This jaw dropping catch from this Ohio State receiver exemplified that point. The amount of concentration and coordination to trap the ball on the corner’s back is uncoachable.
Kickoff Blunder for the Ages
This is a play that may only ever happen once. South Carolina State was completely overwhelmed by Clemson, and this play summed up their tough day on the field. A complete lapse in concentration gives the Tigers their easiest TD ever.
Top Plays // NFL
He may not be at his peak anymore, but the likely future Hall-Of-Famer made a classic catch to win it for his new team. In a do-or-die situation, Marcus Mariota looked towards the veteran to make a play. And he did.
Blount Hurdles a Defender
This is a highlight that never gets old. A 250-pound running back jumping over a defender at full speed in order to gain a few extra yards. This would have to go under the description of “don’t try this at home.”
This day in sports history.
On this 25 years ago, legendary Miami coach Don Shula won his 300th game. When you take into consideration that NFL teams only play 16 regular season games a year, that is quite the impressive state
Pete Rose broke the record for 200-hit seasons with on this day 37 years ago. The previous mark of nine seasons was held by the great Ty Cobb