Top 10 performances from Week 11 in college football
This week's iteration of the top performances in college football featured players doing everything and anything on the field to get their teams the win.
A seven-touchdown performance headlines the offensive players and a linebacker who garnered both a sack and a pick six to go along with his seven tackles led the way for the defensive players. A pair of receivers who caught ten passes for 200 yards also make this list.
Ranking the top 10 performances from Week 11:
1. Sam Howell, North Carolina, QB: The Tar Heels boast one of the best offenses in the country and their quarterback reminded Wake Forest what he is capable of. Howell threw for 550 yards, six touchdowns, rushed for 21 yards and a touchdown on the ground in the team's 59-53 comeback win.
2. Kyle Trask, Florida, QB: The senior quarterback has played in six games this season. He has thrown for at least four touchdowns in every game, including six in Saturday's comfortable 63-35 defeat of Arkansas. Trask was 23-of-29 for 356 yards before departing early in the fourth quarter.
3. Ty Fryfogle, Indiana, WR: The Hoosier wideout was electric in Indiana's 24-0 shutout over Michigan State. Fryfogle caught 11 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns in the career game.
4. Caleb Huntley, Ball State, RB: Huntley tallied 204 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Wednesday game against Eastern Michigan. One of those scores was the game-wining 1-yard run to seal the game 38-31.
5. Jalen Cropper, Fresno State, WR: Cropper had more catches and receiving yards than the entire Utah State receiving corps in Fresno State's 35-16 win. The sophomore hauled in 10 catches for 202 yards and three touchdowns.
6. Malik Willis, Liberty, QB: Willis continued to get it done with both his arm and his legs in a 58-14 blowout win against Western Carolina. The Flames signal caller threw for 306 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 97 yards and found the end zone twice on the ground.
7. Jarell White, Cincinnati, LB: White was present at every level of the defense when Cincinnati thoroughly neutralized East Carolina in its 55-17 victory. He had seven tackles, one sack, and returned one interception for a touchdown.
8. Frank Harris, Texas-San Antonio, QB: Harris was 22-for-26 for 312 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 43 yards and two scores in the 52-21 win over Texas-El Paso.
9. Shakur Brown, Michigan State, CB: The one bright spot for the Spartans in the 24-0 loss to Indiana was Brown's ability in the secondary. Brown had two interceptions in the first half to keep team in game and finished with six tackles.
10. Dazz Newsome, North Carolina, WR: Newsome was Howell's favorite target in the 59-53 shootout win over Wake Forest and tallied 10 receptions for 189 yards and two touchdowns.