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Poll: Top play from the Pac-12 in Week 1

There were some pretty sweet plays in Week 1 on both sides of the ball. The big-name players in the Pac-12 made big-time plays. But which one was the best?

Here are your choices:

Austin Hill, WR, Arizona: Hill went horizontal, laying out and making a finger-tip grab for a 30-yard touchdown against Toledo in one of the more impressive individual efforts of the week. He finished the game with seven catches for 139 yards and the score.

De'Anthony Thomas, WR/RB, Oregon: No highlight conversation is complete without a daily dose of DAT, who scampered 33 yards against Arkansas State for his third touchdown of the game. He had three rushes for 66 yards and also caught four balls for 55 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA: Hundley made quite a splash in his debut for the Bruins, rushing for 68 yards on seven carries to go with a pair of passing touchdowns. But it was his first play as UCLA's quarterback -- a 72-yard touchdown run -- that gave people reason to be excited.

Marqise Lee, WR, USC: You could probably put Lee on this list twice -- once for his 75-yard touchdown reception and again for the 100-yard kickoff return. But we'll go with the kickoff return as his top play of the game.

Brandon Magee, LB, ASU: There were a few defensive touchdowns in Week 1 also, and Magee's pick-six might have been the best one. The linebacker reached over his hand to snatch a ball out of the air, switched his momentum and returned it 45 yards to put the Sun Devils ahead 28-0 en route to a 63-6 win.