Plays are nominated by each school's football coaching staff. After watching each play, fans contribute your vote to the poll at the bottom of the page. The winning play will be featured on the HCAC football page and social media sites and will be eligible for the HCAC Play of the Year vote in late November.
The winning play will be announced Wednesday at 12:00 PM (EST) with voting closing at 10:00 AM (EST).
Play 1: 0% (9 votes)
Bluffton University senior linebacker Ben Kaufman gets the Beavers 7th interception of the day, setting a BU modern era record. The grab took place in the final minutes against Earlham to seal the 28-20 victory.
Play 2: 0% (16 votes)
Franklin College junior split end Kyle Linville makes the grab on a slant, taking it 49-yards for a Grizzlies touchdown. The score stretched the Franklin lead to 42-21 early in the fourth quarter. Franklin won the game 48-27 and Linville finished with 10 catches for 148 yards and three scores.
Play 3: 2% (56 votes)
Earlham freshman quarterback Alonzo Genelin finds freshman wide receiver Jalen Kenner for a 63-yard TD pass on the first play of the second quarter. The play gave the Quakers a 13-7 lead. Earlham lost to Bluffton 28-20. Kenner led EC with nine catches for 117 yards and two scores.
Play 4: 35% (716 votes)
Rose-Hulman freshman wide receiver Jacob Dye makes a diving grab for a 45-yard touchdown reception to give the Engineers an early 6-0 advantage at Defiance. RHIT won the contest 33-20.
Play 5: 60% (1,216 votes)
Defiance College senior wide receiver Jon Carrabino hauls in an 80-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter of DC's 33-20 loss to Rose-Hulman. Carrabino hauled in six passes for 167 yards on the day.
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