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Week 4 of college football was filled with plenty of insanity which included blocked kicks, crazy comebacks and a quarterback getting accidentally punched. Let’s check out football this week’s cob nominations.

Houston
The Cougars were up big on the road in New Orleans but the Green Wave surged back and overcame a 21-point deficit and pulled off the win thanks to these two amazing plays.

Perhaps just as crazy as Tulane’s game-winner: This fake kneel play to set it up. pic.twitter.com/VS9i8C0kd6— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) September 20, 2019

This game-winning TD by Tulane is INSANITY. pic.twitter.com/31rnwqqa7M— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) September 20, 2019

Michigan
This game wasn’t even close. Jim Harbaugh’s seat just got really, really hot after this complete domination by Wisconsin.

It’s ALL Wisconsin in this one, folks@BadgerFootball takes a 28-0 lead on Michigan thanks to Jack Coan’s 2nd TD run of the day. pic.twitter.com/r74j43p5rY— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 21, 2019

Cal/Ole Miss ending
The Rebels had an awful finish to their game in their loss to Cal. Although should the refs have called a touchdown on the play leading up to the failed QB sneak?

Ole Miss showing you exactly how not to execute a two minute drill pic.twitter.com/j05tw876hT— Barstool Sports (@BarstoolsTweets) September 21, 2019

North Carolina
Is Appalachian State the new king of North Carolina football? The upset in Chapel Hill (thanks to another blocked field goal) was the Mountaineers first win over a Power 5 team since Michigan in 2007.

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before…@APPSTATE_FB TAKES DOWN A POWER FIVE PROGRAM ON A BLOCKED FIELD GOAL. pic.twitter.com/NPMWl1tt1v— FOX Sports South (@FOXSportsSouth) September 21, 2019

Victory. pic.twitter.com/YMDMtU19a2— App State Football (@AppState_FB) September 21, 2019

Oklahoma State fake field goal
What were they trying to do here?

Oklahoma State’s fake field goal try was … not good. Would have liked their chances better with the offense on fourth-and-1 before a delay of game and then, this. pic.twitter.com/3JqU4rmCaH— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) September 22, 2019

Arkansas
San Jose State has just three wins over the last two seasons. Then they strolled in Fayetteville, stunned the Hogs and came away with $1.5 million.

SAN JOSE STATE TAKES THE LEAD!!! 19 yard TD run by DeJon Packer! WOW! pic.twitter.com/rKOLCQ6azV— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 22, 2019

Washington State
The Cougars took a 49-17 lead in the middle of the 3rd quarter against the UCLA Bruins. Then #Pac12AfterDark rears its ugly head and the Bruins came all the way back to win 67-63. How do you blow a 32 point lead? This is one of the largest comebacks in college football history (the largest was Michigan State’s 35 point comeback against Northwestern in 2006).

✔️32-point comeback✔️130 – most points in Pac-12 history✔️7 total turnovers✔️1377 total yardsUCLA gave college football fans a night to remember as they beat Washington State in a thriller. https://t.co/jpWC3hR2EG— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) September 22, 2019

There were plenty of great cob nominations in Week 4 of the College Football Season but unfortunately you can only pick one.

BONUS
Rutgers being Rutgers

Rutgers can’t even celebrate properly… pic.twitter.com/5Z0fHDuldq— Mike Zimmermann (@MikeCZim) September 21, 2019

Desperate times call for desperate measures and sometimes they backfire spectacularly like it did for San Diego State.

SDSU’s less than optimal 38yd loss on a 4th down play. pic.twitter.com/bHnhOdkjML— CFB Gif’er (@CFBgifer) September 22, 2019

Source: Corn Nation