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Noah Brown Makes INSANE 1-Handed Touchdown Catch Around Back Of Oklahoma Defender

Noah Brown catching a touchdown pass by holding the ball against an Oklahoma player's back.


Noah Brown touchdown catch is one of the craziest things you'll see this season.

Brown, a sophomore receiver out of New Jersey, has three touchdown catches from J.T. Barrett tonight. His third, which occurred moments ago, is a masterpiece. Brown went up for what looked like an underthrown fade from Barrett. It looked like there was no chance he would make a play on it, but he somehow corralled it with one hand, pinning it to the back of Oklahoma cornerback Michiah Quick.


Ohio State leads 35-17 entering halftime. Brown has three catches for 62 yards, all touchdowns. Barrett is 10-for-14 for 120 yards, and the three touchdown throws to Brown. He also has nine carries for 32 yards. Ohio State's ground game has also been extremely effective. Curtis Samuel has six carries for 69 yards and a score, and Mike Weber is also over 11 yards per carry, with five for 57 yards. Samuel also has two catches for 20 yards.

Many are comparing Brown's grab to a similar catch by Stanford's Francis Owusu last season against UCLA.

If Ohio State keeps making plays like this, it's going to be a long night for the Oklahoma Sooners.