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Stanford beat #9 UCLA 24-10. The Cardinal held the Bruins to 266 total yards. The play of the game came on this touchdown by Kodi Whitfield. It’s easily the best catch of the season thus far.
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Stanford wide receiver Kodi Whitfield breaks a 3-3 tie after hauling in what might be the catch of the year against the undefeated UCLA Bruins. Don’t sleep on the Ivory League of the West as Stanford also puts out top-notch athletes as well. Watch Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan connect with Whitfield on a one hand grab that went for a 30 yard touchdown! courtesy of ESPN.com No...
Kodi Whitfield hauled in a catch with one hand that most people couldn’t do with two — or three or four, for that matter.
The Stanford wide receiver broke the 3-3 tie against UCLA on Saturday afternoon with one of the best grabs of the season. In double coverage, Whitfield was able to leap up, snag the 30-yard pass with only his right hand and reel it in for the touchdown.
Bob Whitfield’s son Kodi might have just made the catch of the year. Wow what a grab.
Stanford WR Kodi Whitfield with the one-handed grab for the touchdown against UCLA.
No. 13 Stanford hands No. 10 UCLA its first loss, 24-10. Marquez North would be proud.
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Cue up the SportsCenter music, because Stanford Cardinal Kodi Whitfield made an impossible one-handed touchdown catch against UCLA.
Stanford wide receiver Kodi Whitfield is going to find himself on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays of the week after the amazing touchdown catch he made.
I was always taught to use two hands when catching a ball, but I'm not Stanford wide receiver Kodi Whitfield.
In a huge defensive contest in Palo Alto, Stanford's wide receiver provided a huge offensive highlight by snagging a pass down field with one hand in between two defenders for a touchdown. It was a thing of beauty and may take the lead in the catch of the year conversation.
Stanford freshman receiver Kodi Whtifield might have made one of the top plays of the 2013 season with an unbelievable one-handed touchdown grab...
Stanford wide receiver Kodi Whitfield decided to get in on the ridiculous one-handed catch fun by snagging a 30 yard touchdown pass in the 3rd quarter of the Cardinals 24-10 win over UCLA.
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It seems like every week we see a catch that takes the new number one spot for the season. Stanford’s Kodi Whitfield is the new leader with this backhanded, one handed catch for a TD in double coverage. Wow take a bow.
And here is the endzone view:
We’ve shown you a number of highlight reel catches so far this year, but this just might be the best one we’ll see all season. In a huge game between No. 9 UCLA and No. 13 Stanford, wide receiver Kodi Whitfield just made a wild circus catch for a touchdown. Check out this one-handed grab that resulted in a 30-yard touchdown for the Cardinal:
If you’re not familiar with Pac-12 football, or the Stanford Cardinal team, the name Kodi Whitfield may not ring a bell. He’s a sophomore wide receiver, who happens to be the son of former NFL offensive lineman Bob Whitfield, and during today’s game against UCLA he made one of the best one-handed catches you will ever see...
Stanford’s Kodi Whitfield, the son of former NFL offensive lineman Bob Whitfield, may have had the best catch of the college football season yesterday against UCLA. The 6’2” Sophomore had a draw dropping catch after snagging a pass with just one hand in the third quarter of Stanford’s 24-10 win over UCLA. Outstanding catch, indeed.
We spent all day yesterday focusing on the Bad and Ugly of Week 8, so let's move on to the Good...starting with the three best catches of all time.
Stanford's Kodi Whitfield:
Florida State's Kelvin Benjamin:
Tennessee's Marquez North: