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Best moments from first weekend of college football


College football is officially back. We were welcomed back with amazing catches, turnover chains beads, quarterback scrambles and more.

Here are my 10 favorite moments of the weekend:

Deebo Samuel’s Catch

South Carolina’s Deebo Samuel had an insane catch against Coastal Carolina. Gamecocks defeated the Chanticleers 49-15.

Tulane’s Turnover Beads

Miami has the turnover chain, but Tulane University put their spin on it with the turnover beads. I am here for this.

Kyler Murray’s Scramble¬†

I get winded after watching this. Oklahoma seems to be just fine without Baker Mayfield. Oklahoma defeated Lane Kiffin and Florida Atlantic 63-14

Toledo’s Blocked Punt or Punt Return?

Can we call this a blocked punt? Or it is a punt return? Either way, what a way to score a touchdown.

Texas Tech’s T.J. Vasher

Texas Tech and Ole Miss kicked off at noon and we were treated to this OBJ-style catch right away. Ole Miss defeated the Red Raiders 47-27.

Nick Saban Being Nick Saban

Maria Taylor asked a question that any reporter would ask after the game. Saban has created this controversy¬†because he can’t be honest about his quarterback situation.

N’keal Harry’s Touchdown

Man amongst boys is right. And once again, I feel winded just watching this. Arizona State defeated UTSA 49-7.

Boise State’s Turnover Chair

I haven’t decided if I like the turnover chair yet. The turnover “whatever” seems to be the new trend in college football and I dig it.


Can next week be this fun?

Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard

1 Comment for Best moments from first weekend of college football

  1. runningunnin.454
    5:31 pm September 2, 2018 Permalink

    My favorite was Bobby Petrino obviously thinking he should get to put 12 men on the field against Alabama.
    FOUR penalties in the first half for 12 men on the field. Ha ha ha ha.