26 thoughts on “Best Game Winning Touchdowns in College Football History | Part 2

  1. Let me know if there are any good plays I haven’t included yet. I’ll try my best to do a part 3 but it’ll be hard since I’ve already used over 100 plays lol.

  2. As a lifelong WVU fan, that Will Grier to Gary Jennings touchdown play followed by the two point conversion was an extremely rare moment of pure happiness.

    I was truly convinced we weren’t going to lose another game… then we choke a 31-14 lead to Oklahoma State on the road, followed by a devastating loss to Kyler Murray in Morgantown the week after that.

    That win in Austin was the last time Mountaineer Nation experienced genuine happiness.

  3. As a lifelong WVU fan, that Will Grier to Gary Jennings touchdown play followed by the two point conversion was an extremely rare moment of pure happiness.

    I was truly convinced we weren’t going to lose another game… then we choke a 31-14 lead to Oklahoma State on the road, followed by a devastating loss to Kyler Murray in Morgantown the week after that.

    That win in Austin was the last time Mountaineer Nation experienced genuine happiness.

  4. Man, you showed multiple Oregon game enders here but left out "The Pick" for a second straight vid?! A no. 9 ranked Washington team, Oregon's most bitter rival, came into Autzen Stadium riding high on a 5 game winning streak against the 4-3 Ducks. Down by four but with over a minute left on the clock and well into the red zone, Washington's QB Huard threw what should've been an easy TD to put away Oregon's dreams of an upset… until an eagle eyed freshman corner saw his opportunity and grabbed it… literally. To this day I can still hear Jerry Allen in my ears, "INTERCEPTION! INTERCEPTION! KENNY WHEATON'S GONNA SCORE! KENNY WHEATON'S GONNA SCORE! THE 20, THE 10! TOUCHDOWN! AN INTERCEPTION! THE MOST IMPROBABLE FINISH TO THE FOOTBALL GAME!"

    That 97 yard pick six didn't just end our losing streak to the much hated Huskies, it marked a turning point for the franchise. From that moment onwards Oregon went from backwater upstarts to National title contenders and while we haven't quite gotten there yet(Micheal Dyer was down, Goddamnit) that improbable pick was the catalyst that launched us into the spotlight and we haven't looked back since.

  5. One of the biggest turn offs in my opinion is when an announcer try’s to keep his composure when a game winning play just happened like I get you want to stay calm but you also have to show plenty of emotions for fans of whichever team or else you’ll get a lot on plan calls like a lot of these clips

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *