Sarah Fuller making history headlines the Holy Cow plays in Week 15 | The College Football Show

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  • ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “Sarah Fuller making history headlines the Holy Cow plays in Week 15 | The College Football Show” – below is their description.

    Jason Fitz and Gary Striewski recap the plays in college football’s week 15 that made them say “Holy Cow,” which includes Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller becoming the first woman to score a point in a Power 5 game and a DeVonta Smith touchdown for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

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