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ON THE GRIDIRON — Welcome back, football season.
Whether your game is in high school, college or the NFL, some of our favorite moments from the fall happen on the gridiron.
This week’s best come from an off-the-field collision at BYU, a spectacular game-winner at Florida, and a remarkable hurdle in Tucson by a Utah recruit.
As always, click the video above for the full roundup of Great Clips of the Week.
Watch out for that … wall
BYU’s 40-6 home loss to No. 10 Wisconsin didn’t start off on the right foot for the Cougars.
Neither did one of the Navy Seals jump team members charged with delivering the ceremonial flag via paratrooper.
Fortunately, a BYU football spokesman confirmed that the Navy Seal who crashed into the padded wall in the north end zone of LaVell Edwards Stadium walked away from the crash no major injuries and he continues to do fine.
The same can’t be said of the Cougars after their third-straight loss to Top 25 opponents, though.
Florida’s walkout winner
Tennessee could’ve been on its way to a 3-0 record with a win over rival Florida on CBS last Saturday.
But Gators freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks had other ideas with one final play.
Franks hit sophomore Tyrie Cleveland in stride for a 63-yard Hail Mary touchdown as time expired to give the Gators a 26-20 win.
And the only thing better is Florida play-by-play announcer Mick Hubert’s call of the insanity.
10-yard hurdle for a touchdown
Bijan Robinson is a four-star running back by 247 Sports from Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona, with offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Utah and Washington, among others.
He also hurdles opposing defenders for touchdowns.
Oh no he didn't 😮 (via 5_bijan.rob/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/nh4TtCDFzq— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 14, 2017