DALLAS (FWAA) – Florida Citrus Sports and Pop-Tarts are teaming up to present the Pop-Tarts ‘Crazy Good’ Play of the Week during the 2023-24 college football season. Each week the winning play will be selected in conjunction with the Football Writers Assocation of America.
This new weekly award will celebrate the incredible athleticism, awe-inspiring strategy and jaw-dropping “did you see that?” moments from college football each week.
A select committee of FWAA members will honor one outstanding play each weekend during the regular season. Fans can nominate and vote on their favorite play through Pop-Tarts Bowl social media accounts (@PopTartsBowl).
Washington is the winner of the Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Play of the Week for Week 10. Michael Penix Jr. scrambled, then threw off-blanace to Devin Culp for a 22-yard touchdown that knotted the game with USC, 14-14, in the second quarter. Ultimately, the Huskies broke a 42-42 tie in the fourth quarter and outlasted USC, 52-42, to remain unbeaten at 9-0 and in the hunt for the College Football Playoff.
For the rest of the season, the FWAA will announce the Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Play of the Week after the conclusion of all games each week. There will be 13 teams honored this year, running from the beginning to the end of the regular season. The winning team will receive a care package of Pop-Tarts pastries to celebrate its win. All NCAA Division I schools are eligible to be selected.
The Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Play of the Week follows Pop-Tarts entry into college football with the Pop-Tarts Bowl, organized and managed by Florida Citrus Sports. For more information, follow @poptartsbowl on your favorite social media platform, and stay tuned to see what Pop-Tarts is toasting up this season.
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2023 Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Play Selection Committee
Mark Blaudschun, The Media Guides
Ken Capps, Freelance
Anthony Catalina, New England Football Journal
Crash Collier, collegepressbox
David Cunningham. Tech Sideline
Laim Fitzgibbon, National Football Foundation
Shane Hallam, Draft Countdown
Shehan Jeyarajah, CBS Sports
Cody Kellner, Kellner Ratings
Emily Leiker, Syracuse.com
Jack Leo, DawgNation
Margaret Mason, FWAA
John Rooke, WPRO Radio
Andrew Sagona, Reddit
Jeff Schwartz, North Dakota State (Retired)
Matthew Sign, National Football Foundation
Phil Steele, Phil Steele Publications
Paul Swann, WRVC Radio
Lenny Vangilder, Crescent City Sports