The final touchdown grab for the Cats came from sophomore receiver Dorian Baker, but even though his five-yard score was nice, he made one of the best catches you'll see in college football earlier in the drive.
The play came on 3rd and 5 at the UK 46-yard line as Patrick Towles threw up a pass it didn't look like was possible to catch. It appeared to sail just out of the reach out of Baker's arms and lead to a 4th-down punt, but Baker made an amazing one-handed grab to secure the 25-yard gain and a key 1st down.
What made the catch so amazing is that Baker caught the ball while running and spinning around to just get a hand on the ball, which was all he needed: He's going almost full speed down the sideline before he spins and makes the catch while keeping a foot inbounds and control of the ball:
And here's the TD grab Baker would make four plays later to effectively put the game away.
Finish them!!! https://t.co/g9DNHgF1L0
— Josh Ahler (@JoshAhler247) September 27, 2015
This play has to be on the Sportscenter Top 10 today and maybe even on the top-10 catches highlight-reel of the 2015 college football season.