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.
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ODAC Football Play of the Week: Week 6
ODAC Football Play of the Week Nominees - Week 6
ODAC Football Play of the Week - Week 06: Bridgewater
The Eagles may have dropped its ODAC contest with Washington and Lee, 30-20, but that didn’t keep Bridgewater from having some fun on a two-point conversion attempt. The Eagles ran their own version of the “Philly Special” following a third quarter score. Running back Demetreus Jalepes took a direct snap with quarterback Jay Scroggins walking over to the right side of the line. Jalepes pitched it to wide receiver Brendon Maturey – who happens to be a former BC quarterback -- and Maturey hit Scroggins in the right side of the end zone to complete the two-point try.
ODAC Football Play of the Week - Week 06: Guilford
Guilford running back De’Eric Bell has set or is on his way to setting multiple Guilford and conference records. He eclipsed a big one on Saturday despite the 63-34 loss at Randolph-Macon. Late in the third quarter, Bell ripped off this 78-yard burst thru the line after causing the edge defender to take a bad angle. He sprinted three-quarters of the field to the end zone. In the process, he became the Quakers all-time leading rusher, breaking the former mark of 3,486 yards established by Reggie Kenan from 1973-76. Bell enters next week’s contest with 3,520 rushing yards as he bears down on the ODAC top-five (#5 is 3,715 yards).
ODAC Football Play of the Week - Week 06: Randolph-Macon
The signs came early – and often – that it was going to be a big offensive day for Randolph-Macon in the Yellow Jackets explosive 63-34 victory over Guilford on Saturday. On the fourth play of the game, running back Tre Frederick took advantage of some stellar blocking by the R-MC offensive line and darted thru a big hole on the left side. He sprinted 71 yards to pay dirt for the first of six first-half touchdowns and a lead that would grow to be 49-0 early in the third quarter. Frederick finished with 83 yards on just five carries helping R-MC to 294 yards on the ground.
ODAC Football Play of the Week - Week 06: Washington and Lee
Washington and Lee’s defense not only did well in keeping Bridgewater off the board in the Generals 30-20 triumph on Saturday, but it also put points on the board. With just under 5:00 to play in the first half, Patrick Ryan extended W&L’s lead to 27-6 as he picked up a fumble by the BC tailback and returned the bounding ball to the end zone covering a total of 37 yards from scrimmage. Ryan’s score is the first fumble return for a touchdown by a W&L defender since October 7, 2006, just one day shy of 12 years.