College Football’s Top Plays: Week 6

Week 6 of the college football season features a packed slate, highlighted by the Red River Showdown, two matchups of highly-touted SEC teams, and a contest between two top 10 ACC teams.

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This fashion move: A major play

FOX Sports analyst Emmanuel Acho might be unaffiliated when it comes to his analysis, but deep in his heart, his loyalty still lies with the Longhorns.

Sooner defense forces the turnover

Oklahoma DL Isaiah Thomas comes out fast and furious, creating just the third turnover of the year for the Sooner defense.

Texas fans, how you feeling?

Then the Texas defense responds

Longhorn safety BJ Foster delivers a huge hit in the red zone, prohibiting a Sooner score.

Texas defense, where did you go?

Sooners wide receiver Marvin Mims skipped right into the endzone for the first touchdown of the showdown.

Kidding, we found the Longhorns defense!

Rattler should have listened to Klatt and his quarterback keys earlier this week, No. 4, never force the ball on an open field on a predetermined throw.”

Rattler’s toss right down the middle was picked off by Texas DL DeMarvion Overshown for some major yards.

Kyle Pitts is a touchdown

Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask finds tight end Kyle Pitts for the score in double coverage.

That Kyle-to-Kyle connection is something special.

Sam Howell shows us the definition of airing it out

North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell lofts it into space for a 37-yard touchdown to receiver Dyami Brown.

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