The fourth week of college football was full of incredible individual performances. There are several deserving efforts that just missed out, but we've narrowed the best performances down. Here are the six players who dominated in week 4 of college football.
Travis Wilson, QB, Utah
I thought about putting the entire Utah team here, but that's already been covered. Wilson torched Oregon, completing 18 of 30 passes for 227 yards and 4 TDs. He also added 100 yards and a score on the ground on just six carries. Not bad for someone coming off a shoulder injury.
Cody Kessler, QB, USC
Kessler had an easy time against Arizona State. He completed 19 of 33 passes for 375 yards and 5 TDs. USC needed to bounce back from a disappointing loss to Stanford and the Trojans did just that thanks to Kessler's performance.
Notre Dame's Ground Game
Maybe I'm cheating a bit here by grouping several player together, but look at these stats: 51 carries for 457 yards and 6 TDs. That's just absurd. C.J. Prosise had 15 carries for 149 yards and 2 scores. True freshman Josh Adams had 13 carries for 133 yards and a score. QB DeShone Kizer had nine carries for 42 yards and a score. The backup QB, Brandon Wimbush, even got in on the action, picking up 92 yards and a score. UMass had no answer for Notre Dame's ground attack.
Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
QB Trevone Boykin had a great game, as did several others, but Doctson was nothing short of spectacular. He caught 18 passes for 267 yards and three TDs. He was unguardable all day long.
Seth Russell, QB, Baylor
The competition for Baylor wasn't very good, but that doesn't diminish Russell's annihilation of Rice. Russell threw for six TDs and 277 yards on just 12 of 16 passing. That's pretty incredible. Russell could have put up even bigger numbers if Baylor didn't pull the starters early in its 70-17 win.
Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
I know, this one is a real shocker. Fournette had yet another massive game for LSU, racking up 244 yards and 2 TDs on 26 carries. At this point, Fournette might be making an appearance here every week.Back to the NCAA Newsfeed