Week 5 of college football was not short of spectacular plays across the board. Both sides of the ball were well represented in this week's top five plays of the week including amazing one-handed interception and an impressive 85-yard touchdown run.
Of course, the biggest plays happen in the biggest moments. When you’re an underdog on the road and you come up with the game-winning forced fumble on your own one-yard line you’ll find yourself on lists like these as well.
The top five plays from Week 5 in college football:
Trey Morrison, North Carolina DB: The Tar Heels led 24-22 with 45 seconds to go in regulation after Boston College scored a touchdown. All the Eagles needed was the two-point conversion to tie the game — until Morrison spoiled the would-be overtime. Morrison picked off the ball and then sprinted the length of the field for two points and seal the game for North Carolina.
TREY MORRISON ICES THE GAME WITH AN INT 🥶
Kadarius Toney, Florida WR: Toney turned a quick reception in the middle of the field into an improbable 57-yard touchdown run after five Gamecock defenders couldn't make the tackle. Toney finished with six catches for 86 yards in No. 3 Florida's 38-24 win against South Carolina.
KADARIUS TONEY IS A PROBLEM
Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina CB: Trailing 38-17 in the beginning of the fourth quarter didn't stop Mukuamu from making an impact play. On third down, Florida quarterback Kyle Trask threw his first interception of the season when Mukuamu made an incredible play and picked off Trask with just his left hand before hitting the turf. The Gamecocks would go on to lose 38-24.
Israel Mukuamu really picked this with one hand 👀 pic.twitter.com/9uXX7g9SUw
Garrett Wallow, Texas Christian LB: Although it wasn't the flashiest play of the game — it was the most critical. The Horned Frogs were up 33-29 against the Longhorns with just over two minutes to go in regulation. Texas was one yard away from taking the lead until Wallow poked the ball loose from Longhorns running back Keaontay Ingram on the goal line. TCU recovered and hung on to beat No. 9 Texas 33-31.
Texas with a BAD fumble for over 62 bettors as they give the ball back to TCU late in the 4th
Reggie Roberson, Southern Methodist WR: Roberson had a career day in SMU's 30-27 defeat of Roberson finished with 243 yards on five catches. No play was more impressive than when he turned a quick dump off catch into an 85-yard touchdown reception. The scoring play started when Roberson used a double move to leave a Memphis defender in the dirt before he broke away for six in the second quarter.
If you don’t know about SMU WR Reggie Roberson, Jr., now you do. pic.twitter.com/3x8BBzxveG
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