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Alabama's AJ McCarron to DeAndrew White for the one handed, 10 yard touchdown.
Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong Jr. pass to Kenny Bell for the 37 yard one arm TD.
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Tweet The college football factory of National Championships better known as the Alabama Crimson Tide always, as you would expect, has unbelievable playmakers and skill players. If you’re keeping a list of Bama playmakers, make sure you add wide receiver DeAndrew White to it after this touchdown catch against Georgia State on Saturday: It may […]
The first wave of Saturday games has just begun ... but DeAndrew White may have already clinched the catch of the day.
Maybe for the year, as well.
For No. 1 Alabama's glorified scrimmage with Georgia State (0-4), White sprinted to the left corner of the end zone, leapt over a well-positioned defender to confront an off-target pass and then pulled off a miraculous, one-handed...
Georgia State never had a chance today against Alabama in the first place. But when the Tide players are making plays like this, it’s not even fair. DeAndrew White hauled in a one-handed touchdown catch to put Bama up 21-0 – in the first quarter. The route is on.
Poor Georgia State. Not only do they have to play the back-to-back national champion in Alabama, but they have to deal with DeAndrew White using their cornerbacks as human props for his highlight reel.
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Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron found DeAndrew White in the end zone for a spectacular one-handed grab against Georgia State.
As expected, Alabama had little trouble scoring in its Week 6 matchup against Georgia State.Receiver DeAndrew White made one of the top plays of...
Hear what Alabama wide receiver DeAndrew White had to say about his highlight-reel catch and much more after Alabama's win on Saturday.
Stanford and Washington waged a tense battle on Saturday, with the Cardinal prevailing over the Huskies 31-28 to keep pace with Oregon in the Pac-12 North. [Stephen Lam/Getty Images]
College football rankings: Top 25, week 6
September has yielded to October. The air is getting a little crisper, the tailgates a little rowdier, and the stakes rise with each passing week. We are starting...
BREAKING: There are some really, really good wide receivers in college football right now. We’ve already shown you one-handed touchdown catches by Nebraska’s Kenny Bell and Alabama’s DeAndrew White today — now you can add Georgia’s Chris Conley to the mix.
Nice throw by Aaron Murray, even better catch by Conley:
And another angle, in slow-mo:
Katherine Webb and A.j. McCarron shared a prom moment before Alabama's game against Georgia State.
AJ McCarron was almost perfect in his brief time as Alabama quarterback Saturday. Georgia State was perfect as a homecoming opponent. The result was a predictable 45-3 Crimson Tide football victory at Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday.
Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron has been negatively labeled as a “game manager” by many college football analysts and fans. Florida’s Tyler Murphy would gladly take the title.
Murphy, who was promoted to the Gators’ starting quarterback role after Jeff Driskel went down with a season-ending leg injury, told reporters today that he “emulates” McCarron. He cited the Tide...
1. AJ McCarron (Alabama)
McCarron and Bama faced winless Georgia St. in an easy win but even against air AJ’s numbers would’ve been great. McCarron of course had no turnovers and was 15 of 16 with 4 touchdowns. Alabama takes on Kentucky in Lexington this Saturday night.
2. Tahj Boyd (Clemson)
Boyd went to the Carrier Dome and went 20 for 27 for 455 yards, 5 tds and 2 ints. Clemson...
Every Saturday you can count on a number of guys making awesome plays throughout the day. From big sacks, long runs, to tremendous catches-there is never a short supply of them. During college football's latest slate of action there was one type of play that seemed to stand out---hand above the rest.
I'm talking about the one-handed catch.
Georgia State took a start-from-scratch mentality into the second half.
Down 38-0 at halftime, the Panthers held their own the rest of the way in a 45-3 loss to No. 1 Alabama on Saturday.
The first-year Football Bowl Subdivision team also didn't let the Tide (5-0) pitch a second straight shutout, thanks to kicker Wil Lutz. Lutz booted a school-record 53-yarder to cap the opening...