6 Players Who Dominated In Week 3 Of College Football

The third week of college football was full of incredible individual performances. There are several deserving efforts that just missed out, be we've narrowed the best performances down. Here are the five players who dominated in week 3 of college football. 

Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan State 

The senior wide receiver had a career day in Michigan State's 35-21 win over Air Force. Burbridge caught eight balls for 156 yards and three scores. His day was highlighted by this incredible catch.

C.J. Prosise, RB, Notre Dame 

Prosise carried Notre Dame to a 30-22 win that wasn't as close as the score indicates. He racked up 198 yards and three TDs on 22 carries. That includes an impressive 91-yard touchdown scamper

Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU

The preseason Heisman favorite dominated SMU, completing 21 of 30 passes for 454 and five TDs. He did throw an interception, but added 50 yards and a score on the ground. His Heisman hype is still going strong. 

Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

Mayfield lead Oklahoma to a 52-38 victory over Tulsa by recording 572 yards of total offense and six touchdowns. He threw for 487 yards and four touchdowns and chipped in two scores and 85 yards on the ground. It was a high-scoring game and Oklahoma needed the big game it got from Mayfield. 

Greyson Lambert, QB, Georgia 

This was an unexpected record-breaking performance from Lambert in Georgia's 52-20 rout of South Carolina. He completed an absurd 24 of 25 passes for 330 yards and three scores, setting the NCAA single-game accuracy record.  

Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU

Fournette's performance was borderline unfair. 

Fournette had 19 carries for 228 yards and three TDs, despite sitting late. He looks like a Heisman contender right now. 

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