College Football - Top Ten Last Second Plays - Videos

Stanford Vs Cal - The Play
    In 1982, this play is a incredible run including many laterals and a final dash through the Stanford marching band.  One of college football's greatest moments. 

 


 

Miami Vs Boston College  1984
Flutie's Hail Mary

November 23, 1984: Doug Flutie's "Hail Mary" finds Gerard Phelan to give BC a huge 47-45 win over Miami. This play probably gave the Heisman to Flutie.
 
 


 

Bluegrass Miracle - LSU Vs Kentucky
In 2002, this football game ended in a 75-yard Hail Mary pass thrown by LSU's Marcus Randall to Devery Henderson that occurred while Kentucky fans prematurely rushed onto the field.

  
 


 

Miracle Bowl - BYU vs. SMU

In 1980, BYU quarterback Jim McMahon completed a 41-yard Hail Mary to Clay Brown on the game's final play for a 46-45 win. This college football game is known as the "Miracle Bowl".
   
 


 

Colorado vs. Michigan - 1994
    
Colorado quarterback Kordell Stewart threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to Michael Westbrook on the last play of the game, known as “The Miracle at Michigan”.  Sorry, no sound.

   

 


 

BSU vs OK - Fiesta Bowl - 2007
    
One of greatest non-National Championship Bowl games and one of the best bowl games in college football history: 2007 Fiesta Bowl.

 

    


 

Auburn vs LSU - 1994
  
   LSU lead 23 - 9. Then, Auburn came up with 3 fourth quarter interception returns for touchdowns
and some how won the game AU 30 - LSU 26.
   

 


 

Colorado vs Missouri -  1990
  
   The Buffalos wins a game that will be argued for years to come when CU got 5 downs on the final drive. Thanks to this football game, CU shares the national title.   

 


 

Georgia vs Florida - 1980
  
  From the 1980 Georgia-Florida game...With Florida up by 1 with 90 seconds left, Buck Belue hit Lindsey Scott for a 92 yard TD to beat Florida 27-21.

  
 


 

Alabama vs Auburn - 1985
     Van Tiffin kicks a 52 yard field goal to win the Iron Bowl in 1985. One of the best fourth quarter in college football history according to Keith Jackson and Frank Broyles.
 

 
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