We got two plays with great significance, because everything is magnified when it's Week 11. On our chosen play, it's not until the third angle (thanks, NESN!) that you get a definitive look that this is a catch, but indeed, Williams receiver Tomas Kearney gets the foot down inbounds on a catch from Pat Moffitt. On the next play, Moffitt throws a 33-yard touchdown pass to give Williams a 24-10 fourth-quarter lead on archrival Amherst. It's the D3football.com Play of the Week:
We solicit video of top plays from every Division III football programs and this was our top clip. In a light week, we had only one other play good enough to be called a finalist, but thanks to the coaches and SIDs who did take time out of their season wrapup or playoff prep to send us clips.
Week 11 Play of the Week finalist
- With no time left on the clock, Widener senior tight end Mike Penna pulled down the pass from quarterback Chris Haupt to put the Pride within one point of No. 8 Delaware Valley. The play set up a successful two point conversion that propelled Widener to a stunning 28-27 win that brought the Keystone Cup back to Chester. Watch
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