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Top 10 College Football Moments of All Time

College football is a sport that has captivated audiences for over a century, and it's not just because of the athleticism and skill of the players. The sport is full of historic and unforgettable moments, including some of the most spectacular plays ever seen on a football field. Here are the top 10 college football plays of all time:

  1. The "Kick Six": In the 2013 Iron Bowl, Auburn's Chris Davis returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown as time expired to give the Tigers a 34-28 win over Alabama. It is considered one of the most iconic plays in college football history.

  2. Vince Young's touchdown run: In the 2006 Rose Bowl, Texas quarterback Vince Young ran for an 8-yard touchdown with 19 seconds left to give the Longhorns a 41-38 win over USC and the national championship.

  3. The "Flea Kicker": In the 1997 Nebraska-Missouri game, Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost threw a pass that was tipped by Missouri's Aaron O'Neal and caught by Matt Davison for a game-tying touchdown. The play is known as the "Flea Kicker" and helped Nebraska go on to win the national championship that year.

  4. Johnny Manziel's scramble: In the 2012 Texas A&M-Alabama game, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel scrambled and juked his way to a 10-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to help the Aggies upset the top-ranked Crimson Tide.

  5. Doug Flutie's Hail Mary: In the 1984 Boston College-Miami game, Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie threw a Hail Mary pass that was caught by Gerard Phelan in the end zone as time expired to give the Eagles a 47-45 win over the Hurricanes.

  6. Michael Vick's run: In the 1999 Virginia Tech-West Virginia game, Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Vick ran for a 55-yard touchdown that included him breaking multiple tackles and outrunning the entire defense. The play helped solidify Vick's status as one of the greatest college football players of all time.

  7. Reggie Bush's "Bush Push": In the 2005 Notre Dame-USC game, USC running back Reggie Bush pushed quarterback Matt Leinart into the end zone on a fourth-down play to give the Trojans a 34-31 win over the Fighting Irish. The play is known as the "Bush Push" and is considered controversial.

  8. The "Immaculate Reception": In the 1972 Auburn-Georgia game, Auburn quarterback Pat Sullivan threw a pass that was tipped by Georgia defender Eddie "Meat Cleaver" Weaver and caught by Auburn receiver Terry Beasley for a touchdown. The play is known as the "Immaculate Reception" and helped Auburn go on to win the game.

  9. The "Bluegrass Miracle": In the 2002 Kentucky-LSU game, LSU quarterback Marcus Randall threw a Hail Mary pass that was caught by Devery Henderson for a game-winning touchdown as time expired. The play is known as the "Bluegrass Miracle" and is considered one of the most improbable plays in college football history.

  10. The "Boise State Statue of Liberty": In the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, Boise State ran a Statue of Liberty play for a 2-point conversion in overtime to give the Broncos a 43-42 win over Oklahoma. The play, along with other trick plays run by Boise State in the game, helped solidify the Broncos' status as a non-powerhouse team that could compete with the best.

These plays are just a few examples of the incredible moments that have taken place in college football over the years. 

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