Who will be the winner of this week's ODAC Football Play of the Week? It's all up to you!
Each week, our member schools submit plays to the conference office for your consideration for the ODAC Play of the Week. Watch each of the entries below and then vote for the play that you think is the best of the week in the poll at the bottom of the page. Each week's winner will be announced on Wednesday afternoons. The winners will be eligible for the ODAC Football Play of the Year at the end of the season!
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ODAC Football Play of the Week: Week 9
ODAC Football Play of the Week Nominees - Week 9
ODAC Football Play of the Week: Week 9 - Emory & Henry
After Hampden-Sydney opened the game with a pick-six, Emory & Henry returned the favor midway thru the first quarter. With the Tigers deep in Wasp territory, lineman Josh Fleenor stepped in front of a shovel pass and pulled in the errant toss at the 10-yard line. He rumbled 90 yards the other way for a touchdown, giving E&H a 10-8 lead. H-SC would go on to win the contest, 38-30.
ODAC Football Play of the Week: Week 9 - Hampden-Sydney
It didn't take long for Hampden-Sydney to jump on the scoreboard in its 38-30 victory at Emory & Henry. On the Wasps first play from a scrimmage, a standard inside pass turned into a bobbled-ball interception for Griffin Davis. The Tigers' linebacker took it around the corner 23-yards to the end zone for an early 8-0 lead following a two-point conversion.
ODAC Football Play of the Week: Week 9 - Washington and Lee
When it comes to big runs, Washington and Lee running back Josh Breece has had his fair share in his first season in Lexington. Early in the second quarter with the Generals trailing 7-3, Breece turned an inside hand-off into a race to the goal line after running thru a pair of arm tackles. He out-paced two Yellow Jackets to the end zone for a 56-yard touchdown run and a 9-7 edge (PAT was blocked). W&L would go on to win, 17-14, when Breece collected a second touchdown with 38-seconds to play to seal the win.