Apologies to Iowa receiver Tevaun Smith, but his catch of the year candidate lasted only a few hours before being surpassed. That's because while Smith needed only one hand to catch a touchdown, he didn't do it behind his back.
Behind-the-back catches are the standard now thanks to Nebraska's Jordan Westerkamp.
I mean, seriously. To adjust to the deflected pass, reach behind your back to pull it in and keep your feet in bounds. This one will be tough to top, and it probably won't happen for at least four hours or so.