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College football games for sale. $6.99 per game + Shipping and Handling. Discount given for bigger orders. New games added almost daily. Original broadcasts unless otherwise noted. r=re-broadcast and ro=rebroadcast and overview of game.
Playoff National Championship

2019 #2 Clemson (14-0) 44-16 #1 Alabama (14-0)

2018 #4 Alabama (12-1) 26-23 OT #3 Georgia (13-1)

2017 #2 Clemson (13-1) 35-31 #1 Alabama (14-0)

2016 #2 Alabama (13-1) 45-40 #1 Clemson (14-0)

2015 #2 Oregon (13-1) 20-42 #4 Ohio St (13-1)
BCS National Championship

2014 #1 Florida St. (13-0) 34-31 #2 Auburn (12-1)

2013 #2 Alabama (12-1) 42-14 #1 Notre Dame (12-0)

2012 #2 Alabama (12-1) 21-0 #1 LSU (13-0)

2011 #1 Auburn (13-0) 22-19 #2 Oregon (12-0)

2010 #1 Alabama (13-0) 37-21 #2 Texas (13-0) (Colt McCoy left in the 1st half with an injury)

2009 #2 Florida (12-1) 24-14 #1 Oklahoma (12-1)

2008 #2 LSU (11-2) 38-24 #1 Ohio St. (11-1)

2007 #2 Florida (12-1) 41-14 #1 Ohio St. (12-0)-r
Rose Bowl

2019 Rose Bowl #6 Ohio St. (12-1) 28-23 #9 Washington (10-3)

2018 (Semis) #3 Georgia (12-1) 54-48 2OTs #2 Oklahoma (12-1)

2017 #5 Penn State (11-2) 49-52 #9 USC (9-3)

2016 #5 Iowa (12-1) 16-45 #6 Stanford (11-2)

2015 (Semis) #2 Oregon (12-1) 59-20 #3 Florida St. (13-0) (2nd half from full encore broadcast)

2014 #4 Michigan St. (12-1) 24-20 #5 Stanford (11-2)

2013 #6 Stanford (11-2) 20-14 Wisconsin (8-5)

2012 #6 Oregon (11-2) 45-38 #9 Wisconsin (11-2)

2011 #3 TCU (12-0) 21-19 #4 Wisconsin (11-1)

2010 #8 Ohio St. (10-2) 26-17 #7 Oregon (10-2)

2009 #5 USC (11-1) 38-24 #8 Penn St. (11-1) (Mark Sanchez 413 yds, 4 TDs, 1 rushing TD)

2008 #7 USC (10-2) 49-17 #13 Illinois (9-3)

2007 #5 USC (10-2) 32-18 #3 Michigan (11-1)-r

2006 #2 Texas (12-0) 41-38 #1 USC (12-0)-r

2004 #1 USC (11-1) 28-14 #4 Michigan (10-2)-r

2002 #1 Miami (11-0) 37-14 #2 Nebraska (11-1)-r

2000 #4 Wisconsin (9-2) 17-9 #22 Stanford (8-3)

1999 #9 Wisconsin (10-1) 38-31 #5 UCLA (10-1)-r

1998 #1 Michigan (11-0) 2116 #8 Washington St (10-1)-r

1997 #4 Ohio St. (10-1) 20-17 #2 Arizona St. (11-0)-r

1996 #17 USC (9-2-1) 41-32 #3 Northwestern (10-1)-r

1995 #2 Penn St. (11-0) 38-20 #12 Oregon (9-3)-r

1994 #9 Wisconsin (9-1-1) 21=16 #14 UCLA (8-3)

1993 #7 Michigan (8-0-3) 38-31 #9 Washington (9-2)-r

1991 #8 Washington (9-2) 46-34 #17 Iowa (8-3)-r

1990 #3 Michigan (10-1) 10-17 #12 USC (8-2-1)-r

1989 #5 USC (10-1) 14-22 #11 Michigan (8-2-1)-r

1987 #7 Arizona St (9-1-1) 22-15 #4 Michigan (10-1)

1985 #18 USC (8-3) 20-17 #6 Ohio St. (9-2)-r

1984 UCLA (6-4-1) 45-9 #4 Illinois (10-1)

1982 #12 Washington (9-2) 28-0 #13 Iowa (9-2)

1980 #2 USC (10-0-1) 17-16 #1 Ohio St. (11-0)-r

1979 #3 USC (11-1) 17-10 #5 Michigan (10-1)-r

1978 #14 Washington (9-2) 27-20 #4 Michigan (10-1)-r

1976 #11 UCLA (8-2-1) 23-10 #1 Ohio St. (11-0)

1975 #4 USC (9-1-1) 18-17 #2 Ohio St. (10-1)-r (cut off at about 1 hour)

1974 #2 Ohio St. (9-0-1) 42-21 #7 USC (9-1-1)

1973 #1 USC (11-0) 42-17 #3 Ohio St. (9-1)

1972 #3 Michigan (11-0) 12-13 #16 Stanford (8-3)

1971 #12 Stanford (8-3) 27-17 #2 Ohio St. (9-0) (1st quarter is from stock footage and radio audio; the last 3 quarters are from the original broadcast)

1970 #5 USC (9-0-1) 10-3 #7 Michigan (8-2)

1969 #1 Ohio St. (9-0) 27-16 #2 USC (9-0-1)-ro
Orange Bowl

2018 (12-29-18; Semis) #1 Alabama (13-0) 45-34 #4 Oklahoma (12-1)

2017 (12-30-17) #6 Wisconsin (12-1) 34-24 #10 Miami (10-2)

2016 (12-30-16) #6 Michigan (10-2) 32-33 #11 Florida St. (9-3)

2015 (12-31-15; Semis) #1 Clemson (13-0) 37-17 #4 Oklahoma (11-1)

2014 #12 Clemson (10-2) 40-35 #7 Ohio St. (12-1)

2013 #12 Florida St (11-2) 31-10 #15 Northern Illinois (12-1)

2012 #23 West Virginia (9-3) 70-33 #14 Clemson (10-3) (Highest score (70) ever)

2011 #4 Stanford (11-1) 40-12 #13 Virginia Tech (11-2)

2010 #10 Iowa (10-2) 24-14 #9 Georgia Tech (11-2) (Coldest Orange Bowl ever, game time temp 49 degrees)

2007 #5 Louisville (11-1) 24-13 #15 Wake Forest (11-2)

2006 #3 Penn St. (10-1) 26-23 3OT #22 Florida St (8-4)-r (Kevin Kelly Freshman for PSU hits 29-yard FG to win)

2005 #1 USC (12-0) 55-19 #2 Oklahoma (12-0)-r

2004 #9 Miami (10-2) 16-14 #7 Florida St. (10-2)-r

2003 #5 USC (10-2) 38-17 #3 Iowa (11-1)-r

2001 #1 Oklahoma (12-0) 13-2 #3 Florida St. (11-1)

2000 #8 Michigan (9-2) 35-34 OT #4 Alabama (10-2)

1996 #8 Florida St. (9-2) 31-26 #6 Notre Dame (9-2)-r

1995 #1 Nebraska (12-0) 24-17 #3 Miami (10-1)-r

1994 #1 Florida St. (11-1) 18-16 #2 Nebraska (11-0)-r

1986 #3 Oklahoma (10-1) 25-10 #1 Penn St. (11-0)

1984 #5 Miami (10-1) 31-30 #1 Nebraska (12-0) (Miami is propelled to #1 and the National Title)-r

1976 #3 Oklahoma (10-1) 14-6 #5 Michigan (8-1-2) (Oklahoma wins National Title)
Sugar Bowl

2019 #5 Georgia (11-2) 21-28 #15 Texas (9-4)

2017 (Semis) #1 Clemson (12-1) 6-24 #4 Alabama (12-1)

2017 #7 Oklahoma (10-2) 35-19 #14 Auburn (8-4) (joined in progress 9 minutes into the game due to Rose Bowl game)

2016 #12 Mississippi (9-3) 48-20 #16 Oklahoma St. (10-2)

2015 (Semis) #4 Ohio St. (12-1) 42-35 #1 Alabama (12-1)

2014 #11 Oklahoma (10-2) 45-31 #3 Alabama (11-1)

2013 #22 Louisville (10-2) 33-23 #3 Florida (11-1)

2012 #13 Michigan (10-2) 23-20 OT #17 Virginia Tech (11-2)

2011 #6 Ohio St (11-1) 31-26 #8 Arkansas (10-2)

2010 #5 Florida (12-1) 51-24 #4 Cincinnati (12-0) (Tebow 31-36, 484 yds and 3 TDs)

2009 #7 Utah (12-0) 31-17 #4 Alabama (12-1)

2007 #4 LSU (10-2) 41-14 #11 Notre Dame (10-2)

2005 #3 Auburn (12-0) 16-13 #9 Virginia Tech (10-2)

2004 #1 Oklahoma (12-1) 14-21 #2 LSU (12-1)-r

2000 #1 Florida St. (11-0) 46-29 #2 Virginia Tech (11-0) (Va.Tech Michael Vick)-r

1997 #3 Florida (11-1) 52-20 #1 Florida St. (11-0) (Florida goes on to win the National Title)-r

1995 #7 Florida St. (9-1-1) 23-17 #5 Florida (10-1-1)-r

1992 #3 Florida (10-1) 28-39 #18 Notre Dame (9-3)-r

1991 #10 Tennessee (8-2-2) 23-22 Virginia (8-3)-r (Tennessee scores 20 4th quarter points)-r

1989 #4 Florida St. (10-1) 13-7 #7 Auburn (10-1)-r

1983 #2 Penn. St. (10-1) 27-23 #1 Georgia (11-0)-r

1982 #8 Pittsburgh (10-1) 24-20 #2 Georgia (10-1)-r (Pitt features Dan Marino and Georgia features Herschel Walker)

1981 #1 Georgia (11-0) 17-10 #7 Notre Dame (9-1-1)-r

1980 #2 Alabama (11-0) 24-9 #6 Arkansas (10-1)-r

1979 #1 Penn St. (11-0) 7-14 #2 Alabama (10-1)-r

1977 #1 Pittsburgh (11-0) 27-3 #5 Georgia (10-1)-r
Fiesta Bowl

2019 #8 Central Florida (12-0) 32-40 #11 LSU (9-3)

2017 (12-30-17) #8 Penn St. (10-2) 35-28 #11 Washington (10-2)

2016 (Semis 12-31-16) #2 Clemson (12-1) 31-0 #3 Ohio St. (11-1)

2016 #7 Ohio St. (11-1) 44-28 #8 Notre Dame (10-2)

2014 #15 Central Florida (11-1) 52-42 #6 Baylor (11-1)

2013 #4 Oregon (11-1) 35-17 #5 Kansas St. (11-1)

2012 #3 Oklahoma St. (11-1) 41-38 OT #4 Stanford (11-1)

2011 #7 Oklahoma (11-2) 48-20 Connecticut (8-4)-r

2010 #6 Boise State (13-0) 17-10 #3 TCU (12-0)

2009 #3 Texas (11-1) 24-21 #10 Ohio St. (10-2) Colt McCoy 413 yards and Quan Collins 14 receptions and 173 yards)

2008 #11 West Virginia (10-2) 48-28 #3 Oklahoma (11-2)-c

2007 #9 Boise St. (13-0) 43-42 OT #7 Oklahoma (11-3)

2006 #4 Ohio St. (9-2) 34-20 #6 Notre Dame (9-2)-r

2005 #5 Utah (11-0) 35-7 #19 Pittsburgh (8-3)

2004 #7 Ohio St. (10-2) 35-28 #8 Kansas St. (11-3)-r

2003 #1 Miami (12-0) 24-31 OT #2 Ohio St. (13-0)-r

2002 #2 Oregon (10-1) 38-16 #3 Colorado (10-2)-r

2001 #5 Oregon St. (10-1) 41-9 #10 Notre Dame (9-2)-r

1999 #1 Tennessee (12-0) 27-16 #2 Florida St. (11-1)-r

1993 #6 Syracuse (9-2) 26-22 #10 Colorado (9-1-2)-r

1991 #14 Louisville (9-1-1) 34-7 Alabama (7-4)

1989 #1 Notre Dame (11-0) 34-21 #W3 West Virginia (11-0)-r

1987 #2 Penn St. (11-0) 14-10 #1 Miami (11-0)-r

1986 #5 Michigan (9-1-1) 27-23 #7 Nebraska (9-2)

1982 #7 Penn St. (9-2) 26-10 #8 USC (9-2)-r
Cotton Bowl

2018 (12-29-18; Semis) #2 Clemson (13-0) 30-3 #3 Notre Dame (12-0)

2017 (12-29-17) #5 Ohio St. (11-2) 24-7 #8 USC (11-2)

2017 #15 Western Michigan (13-0) 16-24 #8 Wisconsin (10-3)

2015 (12-31-15; Semis) #2 Alabama (12-1) 38-0 #3 Michigan St. (12-1)

2015 #7 Michigan St. (10-2) 42-41 #5 Baylor (11-1)

2014 #9 Missouri (11-2) 41-31 #13 Oklahoma St. (10-2)

2013 #9 Texas A&M (10-2) 41-13 #11 Oklahoma (10-2)

2012 #7 Arkansas (11-2) 29-16 #11 Kansas St. (10-3) encore broadcast

2010 Mississippi (8-4) 21-7 #21 Oklahoma St. (9-3)

2009 #20 Mississippi (8-4) 47-35 #8 Texas Tech (11-1)-r

2008 #7 Missouri (11-2) 38-7 #25 Arkansas (8-4) (Mizzou's Tony Temple rushes for 281 yards and 4 TDs) re-broadcast

2007 #10 Auburn (10-2) 17-14 #22 Nebraska (9-4)-r

2006 #13 Alabama (9-2) 13-10 #18 Texas Tech (9-2)-r

2004 #16 Mississippi (9-3) 31-28 #21 Oklahoma St. (9-3) (Eli Manning 2 TDs and 1 rushing TD)-r

2002 #11 Oklahoma (10-2) 10-3 Arkansas (7-4)-r

1986 #11 Texas A&M (9-2) 36-16 #16 Auburn (8-3)-r

1985 #8 Boston College (9-2) 45-28 Houston (7-4)-r

1979 #10 Notre Dame (8-3) 35-34 #9 Houston (9-2) (Montana 8-yard TD on Final Play)

1978 #5 Notre Dame (9-1) 38-10 #1 Texas (11-0)-r
Citrus Bowl (Capital One Bowl)

2019 #12 Penn State (9-3) 24-27 #14 Kentucky (9-3)

2018 #14 Notre Dame (9-3) 21-17 #17 LSU (9-3)

2015 #16 Missouri (10-3) 33-17 #25 Minnesota (8-4)

2014 #8 South Carolina (10-2) 34-24 #19 Wisconsin (9-3)

2013 #7 Georgia (11-2) 45-31 #16 Nebraska (10-3) encore broadcast

2012 #10 South Carolina (10-2) 30-13 #21 Nebraska (9-3) encore broadcast

2010 #13 Penn St. (10-2) 19-17 #12 LSU (9-3)

2009 #16 Georgia (9-3) 24-12 #19 Michigan St. (9-3)-r

2008 Michigan (8-4) 41-35 #12 Florida (9-3) (Chad Henne 373 yds 3 TDs)-r

2005 #11 Iowa (9-2) 30-25 #12 LSU (9-2)-r (58 yard TD pass as time expired)

2003 Auburn 13-9 Penn St. (Auburn's Ronnie Brown 184 yrds)-r

before 2003, known as the Citrus Bowl

2000 #9 Michigan St. (9-2) 37-34 #10 Florida (9-3)-r

1999 #15 Michigan (9-3) 45-31 #11 Arkansas (9-2) (Anthony Thomas 132 yards and 3 TDs)-r

1997 #9 Tennessee (9-2) 48-28 #11 Northwestern (9-2) (Peyton Manning 408 yards and 4 TDs)-r

1991 #19 Nebraska (9-2) 21-45 #2 Georgia Tech (10-0-1)-r (Citrus Bowl)
Gator Bowl

2014 Nebraska (8-4) 24-19 #23 Georgia (8-4)

2013 #20 Northwestern (9-3) 34-20 Mississippi St (8-4) encore broadcast

1989 #19 Georgia (8-3) 34-27 Michigan St. (6-4-1) (Andre Rison (MSU) 252 yrds and 9 receptions)-r

1978 #7 Clemson (10-1) 17-15 #20 Ohio St. (7-3-1)-r (The Woody Hayes punching a Clemson player game)
Liberty Bowl

2005 Fresno St. (8-4) 24-31 Tulsa (8-4)-r

2004 #10 Boise State (11-0) 40-44 #8 Louisville (10-1)-r (Boise State's 22-game winning streak ends)

1998 BYU (9-4) 27-41 #10 Tulane (11-0)-r

1983 Notre Dame (6-5) 19-18 #13 Boston College (9-2)-r (starts in the 2nd quarter)

1982 (12-29-82) Alabama (7-4) 21-15 Illinois (7-5) (Bear Bryant's last game)-r
Peach Bowl

2018 (12-29-18) #10 Florida (9-3) 41-15 #7 Michigan (10-2)

2018 (1-1-18) #12 UCF (12-0) 34-27 #7 Auburn (10-3)

2016 (Semis 12-21-16) #1 Alabama (13-0) 24-7 #4 Washington (12-1)

2014 TCU (11-1) 42-3 #9 Mississippi (9-3)

2001 North Carolina (7-5) 16-10 Auburn (7-4)-r

1992 E. Carolina 37-34 North Carolina St. (E.C. scores the final 20 pts)-r

1990 Indiana (6-4-1) 23-27 Auburn (7-3-1)-r
Independence Bowl

2006 Oklahoma St. (6-6) 34-31 Alabama (6-6)-r

2002 Mississippi (6-6) 27-23 Nebraska (7-6) (Eli Manning 313 yards passing)-r

1988 Southern Mississippi (9-2) 38-18 UTEP (10-2) (James Harris returns 2 punts for a TD)-r
International Bowl

2008 Rutgers (6-5) 52-20 Ball St. (7-4) (Ray Rice 279 yards rushing and 4 TDs)-r
Alamo Bowl

2018 (12-28-18) #13 Washington St. (10-2) 28-26 #24 Iowa St. (8-4) (encore broadcast, 3 hours)

2017 (12-27-17) #13 Stanford (9-4) 37-39 #15 TCU (10-3)

2016 (12-29-16) #10 Colorado (10-3) 8-38 #12 Oklahoma St. (9-3) joined in progress 10 minutes into the game

2016 #11 TCU (10-2) 47-41 3OTs #15 Oregon (9-3) (TCU comes back from a 31-0 halftime deficit)

2008 #25 Missouri (9-4) 30-23 #22 Northwestern (9-3)-r

2007 Penn St. (8-4) 24-17 Texas A&M (7-5)-r
Aloha Bowl

2003 Hawaii (8-5) 54-48 3OT Houston (7-5) (re-broadcast to fit into 120 minutes)

1996 Navy (8-3) 42-38 California (6-5)-r

1991 Georgia Tech (7-5) 18-17 Stanford (8-3)-r
Hawaii Bowl

2007 East Carolina (7-5) 41-38 #24 Boise St. (10-2) (Chris Johnson 408 all-purpose yards)-r
Motor City Bowl

2007 Purdue (8-5) 51-48 Central Michigan (8-6) (FG as time expires for Purdue after Central Michigan trailed 34-13 at the half, before tying the game at 48 with 1:09 left)-r

2005 Akron (7-5) 31-38 Memphis (6-5)-r
Outback Bowl

2019 #18 Mississippi St. (8-4) 22-27 Iowa (8-4)

2017 #17 Florida (8-4) 30-3 Iowa (8-4)

2015 #17 Wisconsin (10-3) 34-31 #14 Auburn (8-4)

2014 #14 LSU (9-3) 21-14 Iowa (8-4)

2013 #10 South Carolina (10-2) 33-28 #18 Michigan (8-4) encore broadcast

2012 #12 Michigan St. (9-3) 33-30 3OT #18 Georgia (10-2)

2000 Georgia (7-4) 28-25 Purdue (7-4) (Georgia rallies from 25-0 to Purdue's Drew Brees)-r
Insight Bowl

2003 California (6-6) 52-49 Virginia Tech (8-3) (California's Aaron Rodgers rushes for 2 TDs and passes for 2 TDs)-r
Holiday Bowl

2018 (12-31-18) #22 Northwestern (8-5) 31-20 #17 Utah (9-4)

2007 #17 Texas (9-3) 52-34 #12 Arizona St. (10-2)-r

2002 #6 Kansas St. (10-2) 34-27 Arizona St. (8-5)-r

2001 #15 Washington (8-3) 43-47 #7 Texas (10-2) (re-broadcast starts at the end of the 1st half; Texas down 16 starting the 4th quarter)-r

2000 #8 Oregon (9-2) 35-30 #12 Texas (9-2)-r

1989 #18 Penn St. (7-3-1) 49-39 #19 BYU (10-2)-r

1988 #12 Oklahoma St. (9-2) 62-14 #15 Wyoming (11-1) (Barry Sanders 222 yards, 5 TDs)-r

1987 #18 Iowa (9-3) 20-19 Wyoming (10-2)-r

1986 #19 Iowa (8-3) 39-38 San Diego St. (8-3)-r

1984 #1 BYU (11-0) 24-17 Michigan (6-4)-r

1980 #14 BYU (11-1) 46-45 #19 SMU (8-3) (BYU QB Jim McMahon and SMU RB Craig James would later meet in Super Bowl XX)-r
All American Bowl

1990 N.C. State (6-5) 31-27 #23 Southern Mississppi (8-3) (SM features Brett Favre)-r
Humanitarian Bowl

1999 Boise St. (9-3) 34-31 Louisville (7-4)-r
Copper Bowl

1992 #18 Washington St. (8-3) 31-28 Utah (6-5) (Drew Bledsoe throws for 476 yards and 2 TDs)-r
Continental Tire Bowl

2003 Pittsburgh (7-5) 23-16 Virginia (8-4)-r
Las Vegas Bowl

2008 #16 BYU (10-2) 21-31 Arizona (7-5) re-broadcast

2003 Oregon St. (7-5) 55-14 New Mexico (8-4) (Steve Jackson 5 TDs)-r
Meinieke Car Care Bowl

2008 West Virginia (8-4) 31-30 North Carolina (8-4)-r
Mobile Alabama Bowl

1999 TCU (7-4) 28-14 #19 East Carolina (9-2) (TCU features LaDanian Tomlinson)-r
MPC Computers Bowl

2006 Miami (6-6) 21-20 Nevada (8-4)-r
Sun Bowl

2008 Oregon St. (8-4) 3-0 #2 Pittsburgh (9-3)-r
Tangerine Bowl

2003 North Carolina St. (7-5) 56-26 Kansas (6-6) (Philip Rivers 475 yds and 5 TDs)-r
GMAC Bowl

2003 #14 Miami (Ohio) (11-1) 49-28 Louisville (9-3) (Miami features Ben Roethlisberger)-r

2001 Marshall (11-2) 64-61 2 OT East Carolina (6-6) (Marshall trailed 38-8 at halftime, starts 5 minutes into the 3rd quarter)-r
Fight Hunger Bowl

2011 Illinois (6-6) 20-14 UCLA (7-6)
Heart of Dallas Bowl

2014 Illinois (6-6) 18-35 Louisiana Tech (8-5)
Regular Season Game

2018 (12-8-18) Navy (3-9) 10-17 Army (9-2)

2018 Big Ten Championship (12-1-18) #6 Ohio St. (11-1) 45-24 #21 Northwestern (8-4)

2018 SEC Championship (12-1-18) #1 Alabama (12-0) 35-28 #4 Georgia (11-1)

2018 (11-24-18) #3 Notre Dame (11-0) 24-17 USC (5-6)

2018 (11-24-18) #4 Michigan (10-1) 39-62 #10 Ohio St. (10-1)

2018 (11-17-18) #17 Syracuse (8-2) 23-36 #3 Notre Dame (10-0)

2018 (11-10-18) Florida St. (4-5) 13-42 #3 Notre Dame (9-0)

2018 (11-3-18) #4 Notre Dame (8-0) 31-21 Northwestern

2018 (11-3-18) #1 Alabama (8-0) 29-0) #3 LSU (7-1)2018 (10-27-18) #3 Notre Dame (7-0) 44-22 Navy (2-5)

2018 (9-29-18) #4 Ohio St. (4-0) 27-26 #9 Penn St. (4-1)

2018 (9-15-18) #4 Ohio St. (2-0) 40-28 #15 TCU (2-0)

2018 (9-15-18) #12 LSU (2-0) 22-21 #7 Auburn (2-0)

2017 (12-9-17) Army (8-3) 14-13 Navy (6-5)

2017 ACC Championship (12-2-17) #1 Clemson (11-1) 38-3 #7 Miami (10-1)

2017 Big Ten Championship (12-2-17) #4 Wisconsin (12-0) 21-27 #8 Ohio St. (10-2)

2017 SEC Championship (12-2-17) #2 Auburn (10-2) 7-28 #6 Georgia (11-1)

2017 (11-25-17) #1 Alabama (11-0) 14-26 #6 Auburn (9-2)

2017 (11-18-17) #24 Michigan (8-2) 10-24 #5 Wisconsin (10-0)

2017 (11-11-17) #6 TCU (8-1) 20-38 #5 Oklahoma (8-1)

2017 (11-11-17) #3 Notre Dame (8-1) 8-41 #7 Miami (8-0)

2017 (11-11-17) #1 Georgia (9-0) 17-40 #10 Auburn (7-2)

2017 (11-4-17) #13 Virginia Tech (7-1) 10-28 #10 Miami (7-0)

2017 (11-4-17) #5 Oklahoma (7-1) 62-52 #11 Oklahoma St. (7-1)

2017 (10-28-17) #4 TCU (7-0) 7-14 #25 Iowa St. (5-2)

2017 (10-28-17) #2 Penn St. (7-0) 38-39 #6 Ohio St. (6-1)

2017 (9-30-17) #2 Clemson (4-0) 31-17 #12 Virginia Tech (4-0)

2017 (9-16-17) #3 Clemson (1-0) 47-21 #14 Louisville (1-0)

2017 (9-9-17) #5 Oklahoma (1-0) 31-16 #2 Ohio St. (1-0)

2017 (9-2-17) #3 Florida St. 7-24 #1 Alabama

2017 (9-2-17) #11 Michigan 33-17 #17 Florida

2016 (12-10-16) #25 Navy (9-3) 17-21 Army (6-5)

2016 (12-3-16) Big Ten Championship #6 Wisconsin (10-2) 31-38 #7 Penn St. (10-2)

2016 (12-3-16) SEC Championship #1 Alabama (12-0) 54-16 #16 Florida (8-3)

2016 (12-3-16) Big 12 Championship #10 Oklahoma St. (9-2) 20-38 #9 Oklahoma (9-2)

2016 (12-3-16) PAC 10 Championship #4 Washington (11-1) 41-10 #8 Colorado (10-2)

2016 (11-26-16) #15 Florida (8-2) 13-31 #14 Florida St. (8-3)

2016 (11-26-16) #13 Auburn (8-3) 12-30 #1 Alabama (11-0)

2016 (11-26-16) #3 Michigan (10-1) 27-30 OT #2 Ohio St. (10-1)

2016 (11-25-16) #5 Washington (10-1) 45-17 #23 Washington St. (8-3)

2016 (11-19-16) #2 Ohio St. (9-1) 17-16 Michigan St. (3-7)

2016 (11-12-16) #3 Michigan (9-0) 13-14 Iowa (5-4)

2016 (11-12-16) Mississippi St. (4-5) 3-51 #1 Alabama (9-0)

2016 (11-5-16) #10 Nebraska (7-1) 3-62 #6 Ohio St. (7-1)

2016 (11-5-16) #1 Alabama (7-0) 10-0 #13 LSU (5-2)

2016 (10-29-16) #3 Clemson 7-0) 37-34 #12 Florida St. (5-2)

2016 (10-29-16) #7 Nebraska (7-0) 17-23 OT #11 Wisconsin (5-2)

2016 (10-22-16) #6 Texas A&M (6-0) 14-33 #1 Alabama (7-0)

2016 (10-15-16) #2 Ohio St. (5-0) 30-23 OT #8 Wisconsin (4-1)

2016 (10-15-16) #1 Alabama (6-0) 49-10 #9 Tennessee (5-1) (missing last 16 seconds)

2016 (10-8-16) #1 Alabama (5-0) 49-30 #16 Arkansas (4-1)

Top 10 Throwdown

2016 (10-1-16) #3 Louisville (4-0) 36-42 #5 Clemson (4-0)

2016 (10-1-16) #8 Wisconsin (4-0) 7-14 #4 Michigan (4-0)

2016 (9-29-16) #7 Stanford (3-0) 6-44 #10 Washington (4-0)

2016 (9-24-16) #11 Wisconsin (3-0) 30-6 #8 Michigan St (2-0)

2016 (9-17-16) #3 Ohio St. (2-0) 45-24 #14 Oklahoma

2016 (9-17-16) #1 Alabama (2-0) 48-43 #19 Mississippi (1-1)

2016 (9-17-16) #2 Florida St. (2-0) 20-63 #10 Louisville (2-0)

2016 (9-3-16) #20 USC 6-52 #1 Alabama

2015 (12-12-15) Army (2-9) 17-21 #21 Navy (9-2)

2015 Big Ten Championship (12-5-15) #5 Michigan St. (11-1) 16-13 #4 Iowa (12-0) (game is recorded with closed captioning on)

2015 SEC Championship (12-5-15) #2 Alabama (11-1) 29-15 #18 Florida (10-2)

2015 (11-28-15) #8 Ohio St. (10-1) 42-13 #10 Michigan (9-2)

2015 (11-21-15) #9 Michigan St. (9-1) 17-14 #3 Ohio St. (10-0)

2015 (11-14-15) #2 Ohio St. (9-0) 28-3 Illinois (5-4)

2015 (11-7-15) #2 LSU (8-0) 16-30 #4 Alabama (8-1)

2015 (11-7-15) #16 Florida St. (7-1) 13-23 #1 Clemson (8-0)

2015 (10-31-15) #9 Notre Dame (6-1) 28-24 #21 Temple (7-0)

2015 (10-24-15) #1 Ohio St. (7-0) 49-7 Rutgers (3-3)

2015 (10-24-15) Indiana (4-3) 26-52 #7 Michigan St. (7-0)

2015 (10-17-15) #7 Michigan St. (6-0) 27-23 #12 Michigan (5-1)

2015 (10-15-15) #18 UCLA (4-1) 35-56 #15 Stanford (4-1)

2015 (10-10-15) Maryland (2-3) 28-49 #1 Ohio St (5-0)

2015 (10-3-15) #6 Notre Dame (4-0) 22-24 #12 Clemson (3-0)

2015 (10-3-15) #1 Ohio St. (4-0) 34-27 Indiana (4-0)

2015 (9-26-15) Western Michigan (1-2) 12-38 #1 Ohio St. (3-0)

2015 (9-19-15) Northern Illinois (2-0) 13-20 #1 Ohio St. (2-0)

2015 (9-19-15) Air Force (2-0) 21-35 #4 Michigan St. (2-0)

2015 (9-12-15) #7 Oregon (1-0) 28-31 #5 Michigan St. (1-0)

2015 (9-12-15) #9 Notre Dame (1-0) 34-27 Virginia (0-1)

2014 Big Ten Championship (12-6-14) #13 Wisconsin (10-2) 0-59 #5 Ohio St. (11-1)

2014 SEC Championship (12-6-14) #1 Alabama (11-1) 42-13 #14 Missouri (10-2)

2014 Big 12 Championship (12-6-14) #9 Kansas St. (9-2) 27-38 #6 Baylor (10-1)

2014 Pac 12 Championship (12-5-14) #8 Arizona (10-2) 13-51 #3 Oregon (11-1)

2014 (11-29-14) #15 Auburn (8-3) 44-55 #2 Alabama (10-1)

2014 (11-15-14) #1 Mississippi St. (9-0) 20-25 #5 Alabama (8-1)

2014 (11-8-14) #13 Ohio St. (7-1) 49-37 #7 Michigan St. (7-1)

2014 (11-8-14) #9 Notre Dame (7-1) 31-55 #11 Arizona St. (7-1)

2014 (11-1-14) #6 Notre Dame (6-1) 49-39 Navy (4-4)

2014 (11-1-14) #3 Auburn (6-1) 35-31 #7 Mississippi (7-1)

2014 (10-18-14) #5 Notre Dame (6-0) 27-31 #2 Florida St (6-0)

2014 (10-11-14) North Carolina (2-3) 43-50 #6 Notre Dame (5-0)

2014 (10-4-14) #14 Stanford (3-1) 14-17 #9 Notre Dame (4-0)

2014 (9-6-14) #7 Michigan St. (1-0) 27-46 #3 Oregon (1-0)

2014 (8-30-14) #14 Wisconsin 24-28 #13 LSU

2013 Big Ten Championship (12-7-13) #2 Ohio St (12-0) 24-34 #10 Michigan St. (11-1)

2013 SEC Championship (12-7-13) #5 Missouri (11-1) 42-59 #3 Auburn (11-1)

2013 (11-30-13) #1 Alabama (11-0) 28-34 #4 Auburn (10-1)

2013 (11-9-13) #10 LSU (7-2) 17-38 #1 Alabama (8-0)

2013 (11-7-13) #2 Oregon (6-0) 20-26 #6 Stanford (5-1)

2013 (10-5-13) #4 Ohio St. (5-0) 40-30 #16 Northwestern (4-0)

2013 (9-28-13) #23 Wisconsin (3-1) 24-31 #4 Ohio St. (4-0)

2012 Big Ten Championship #12 Nebraska (10-2) 31-70 Wisconsin (7-5) encore broadcast

2012 SEC Championship (12-1-12) #3 Georgia (11-1) 28-32 #2 Alabama (11-1)

2012 (11-24-12) #1 Notre Dame (11-0) 22-13 USC (7-4)

2012 (11-24-12) Auburn (3-8) 0-49 #2 Alabama (10-1)

2012 (11-17-12) Wake Forest (5-5) 0-38 #3 Notre Dame (10-0)

2012 (11-10-12) #4 Notre Dame (9-0) 21-6 Boston College (2-7)

2012 (11-10-12) #15 Texas A&M (7-2) 29-24 #1 Alabama (9-0) encore broadcast

2012 (11-10-12) #24 Northwestern (7-2) 31-38 OT Michigan (6-3) encore broadcast

2012 (11-10-12) Purdue (3-6) 27-24 Iowa (4-5)-r (180 minutes)

2012 (11-3-12) Pittsburgh (4-4) 26-29 3OTs #3 Notre Dame (8-0) (complete encore broadcast)

2012 (10-27-12) #5 Notre Dame (7-0) 30-13 #8 Oklahoma (5-1)

2012 (10-13-12) #3 South Carolina (6-0) 21-23 #9 LSU (5-1)

2012 (9-22-12) #2 LSU (3-0) 12-10 Auburn (1-2)

2012 (9-1-12) #8 Michigan 14-41 #2 Alabama

2012 (8-31-12) #24 Boise St. 13-17 #13 Michigan St. (encore broadcast)

2011 (12-10-11) Army (3-8) 21-27 Navy (4-7)

2011 Big Ten Championship (12-3-11) #15 Wisconsin (10-2) 42-39 #11 Michigan St. (10-2) (Inaugural Championship Game)

2011 SEC Championship (12-3-11) #12 LSU (12-0) 42-10 #12 Georgia (10-2) (missing last 2 minutes of the game)2011 PAC 12 Championship (12-2-11) UCLA 31-49 #8 Oregon (10-2)

2011 (12-3-11) #9 Kansas St (9-2) 30-23 Iowa St (6-5)-r (180 minutes)

2011 (11-26-11) #22 Notre Dame (8-3) 14-28 #4 Stanford (10-1)

2011 (11-26-11) #2 Alabama (10-1) 42-14 Auburn (7-4)

2011 (11-25-11) #3 Arkansas (10-1) 17-41 #1 LSU (11-0)

2011 (11-12-11) #22 Michigan (7-2) 31-14 Illinois (6-3)

2011 (11-5-11) #1 LSU (8-0) 9-6 OT #2 Alabama (8-0)

2011 (11-1-11) Northern Illinois (5-3) 63-60 Toledo (5-3)-r

2011 (10-29-11) #12 Wisconsin (6-1) 29-33 Ohio St. (4-3) encore broadcast into 120 minutes

2011 (10-29-11) Illinois (6-2) 7-10 #21 Penn St. (7-1) encore broadcast

2011 (10-22-11) #6 Wisconsin (6-0) 31-37 #16 Michigan St. (5-1) (Last second tipped Hail Mary wins the game) encore broadcast

2011 (10-22-11) Air Force (3-3) 26-37 #5 Boise St. (6-0)

2011 (10-15-11) Ohio St. (3-3) 17-7 #16 Illinois (6-0)

2011 (10-15-11) #8 Clemson (6-0) 56-45 Maryland (2-3) (Clemson trailed by 18 in the 3rd)-r

2011 (10-8-11) Ohio St. (3-2) 27-34 #14 Nebraska (4-1) (21 point comeback win and 1st Big Ten win for Nebraska)

2011 (10-8-11) #3 Oklahoma (4-0) 55-17 #11 Texas (4-0)

2011 (10-1-11) #8 Nebraska (4-0) 17-48 #7 Wisconsin (4-0)

2011 (9-17-11) #1 Oklahoma (1-0) 23-13 #5 Florida St. (1-0)

2011 (9-10-11) #12 South Carolina (1-0) 45-42 Georgia (0-1)-r

2011 (9-10-11) #16 Mississippi St. (1-0) 34-41 Auburn (1-0)-r

2011 (9-3-11) #3 Oregon 27-40 #4 LSU

2011 (9-3-11) #5 Boise St. 35-21 #19 Georgia

2010 (12-11-10) Army (6-5) 17-31 Navy (8-3)-r

2010 (12-4-10) SEC Championship #2 Auburn (12-0) 56-17 #18 South Carolina (9-3)

2010 (11-27-10) #10 Michigan St. (10-1) 28-22 Penn St. (6-5)-r

2010 (11-26-10) #4 Boise State (10-0) 31-34 OT #19 Nevada (9-1)-r

2010 (11-20-10) Illinois (5-5) 48-27 Northwestern (7-3) at Wrigley Field

2010 (11-6-10) Illinois (5-3) 65-67 3OTs Michigan (5-3)-r

2010 (11-6-10) #5 Alabama (7-1) 21-24 #12 LSU (7-1)

2010 (10-30-10) #7 Missouri (7-0) 17-31 #14 Nebraska (6-1)

2010 (10-23-10) #7 Michigan St. (7-0) 35-27 Northwestern (4-1) (Michigan St. scores 2 TDs in final minutes)-r

2010 (10-23-10) #1 Oklahoma (6-0) 27-36 #1 Missouri (6-0)

2010 (10-9-10) #11 Arkansas (3-1) 24-17 Texas A&M (2-1)-r

2010 (10-9-10) Indiana (2-1) 10-38 #2 Ohio St. (5-0)-r

2010 (10-2-10) #19 Michigan (3-0) 42-35 Indiana (2-0)-r

2010 (10-2-10) Navy (1-1) 6-14 Air Force (1-1)-r

2010 (10-2-10) #7 Florida (7-0) 6-31 #1 Alabama (4-0)

2010 (9-25-10) #24 Oregon St. (1-1) 24-37 #3 Boise St (2-0)

2010 (9-25-10) #1 Alabama (3-0) 24-20 #10 Arkansas (3-0)

2010 (9-18-10) Notre Dame (1-1) 31-34 OT Michigan St (2-0)-r

2010 (9-18-10) Air Force (1-0) 24-27 #9 Oklahoma (2-0)-r (180 minutes)

2010 (9-18-10) Kansas St (1-0) 27-20 Iowa St. (1-1)-r (180 minutes

2010 (9-11-10) #17 Georgia Tech 25-28 Kansas-r (180 minutes)

2010 (9-6-10) #3 Boise St. (0-0) 33-30 #10 Virginia Tech (0-0) (video disruption every minute or so for a second)

2009 Big 12 Championship #3 Texas (12-0) 13-12 #21 Nebraska (9-3)

2009 SEC Championship #1 Florida (12-0) 13-32 #2 Alabama (12-0)

2009 (12-12-09) Navy (7-4) 17-3 Army (4-5)-r

2009 (12-5-09) #5 Cincinnati (11-0) 45-44 #15 Pittsburgh (9-2)-r

2009 (11-28-09) Notre Dame (6-5) 38-45 Stanford (7-4) (Toby Gerhart 205 yds and 3 TDs)-r

2009 (11-28-09) Florida St. (6-5) 10-37 #1 Florida (11-0) (Tim Tebow 3 TD passes and 2 TD rushes)

2009 (11-27-09) #2 Alabama (11-0) 26-21 Auburn (7-4)-r

2009 (11-21-09) #10 LSU (8-2) 23-25 #20 Mississippi (7-3) (LSU falls apart in the final minute and forgets how to manage time)-r

2009 (11-21-09) #9 Ohio St. (9-2) 21-10 Michigan (5-6)

2009 (11-21-09) Northwestern (6-4) 33-31 #16 Wisconsin (7-2)-r

2009 (11-7-09) #9 LSU (7-1) 15-24 #3 Alabama (8-0)

2009 (11-7-09) #6 Oregon (7-1) 42-51 Stanford (5-3)-r (180 minutes)

2009 (10-24-09) Tennessee (3-3) 10-12 #1 Alabama (7-0)-r (ends with about 8 minutes left in the game)

2009 (10-24-09) Clemson (3-3) 40-37 OT #10 Miami (5-1)-r

2009 (10-17-09) #6 USC (4-1) 34-27 #25 Notre Dame (4-1)

2009 (10-17-09) Purdue (1-5) 26-18 #7 Ohio St. (5-1)-r

2009 (10-17-09) Washington (3-3) 17-24 Arizona St (2-2)-r (180 minutes)

2009 (10-10-09) #1 Florida (4-0) 13-3 #4 LSU (5-0)-r

2009 (10-3-09) Kansas St. (2-2) 24-23 Iowa St. (2-1)-r (180 minutes)

2009 (10-3-09) #8 Oklahoma (2-1) 20-21 #17 Miami (2-1)

2009 (10-3-09) Navy (2-2) 16-13 OT Air Force (2-1)-r

2009 (10-3-09) UCLA (3-1) 16-24 Stanford (3-1)-r

2009 (9-26-09) Iowa (3-0) 18-10 #5 Penn St. (3-0)

2009 (9-25-09) Missouri (2-0) 31-21 Nevada (0-2)-r

2009 (9-19-09) #23 Georgia (1-1) 52-41 Arkansas-r

2009 (9-12-09) #3 USC (1-0) 18-15 #8 Ohio St. (1-0)

2009 (9-12-09) #18 Notre Dame (1-0) 34-38 Michigan (1-0)-r

2009 (9-5-09) #20 BYU (0-0) 14-13 #3 Oklahoma (0-0)

2008 Big 12 Championship (12-6-08) #2 Oklahoma (11-1) 62-21 #20 Missouri (9-3) (record 5th consecutive 60+ point game for Oklahoma)

2008 SEC Championship (12-6-08) #4 Florida (11-1) 31-20 #1 Alabama (12-0)

2008 Cal Poly 35-36 OT Wisconsin-r

2008 (11-29-08) # Oklahoma (10-1) 61-41 #11 Oklahoma St. (9-2)

2008 (11-22-08) #9 Boise St (10-0) 41-34 Nevada (6-4) (Kellen Moore 414 yards and 3 TDs)-r

2008 (11-22-08) Iowa St (1-9) 30-38 Kansas St (4-6)-r

2008 (11-15-08) Minnesota (5-5) 32-35 Wisconsin (7-3) (Wisconsin trailed 21-7 at halftime)-r

2008 (11-8-08) #3 Penn St. (9-0) 23-24 Iowa (5-4) (Iowa hits last second FG)-r

2008 (11-8-08) Stanford (5-4) 28-35 Oregon (6-3)-r (180 minutes)

2008 (11-1-08) Arizona St (1-5) 27-25 Oregon St. (5-2)-r (180 minutes)

2008 (11-1-08) #1 Texas (8-0) 33-38 #7 Texas Tech (8-0) (Texas Tech scores with 1 second after Texas scored with a little over 1 minute left)

2008 (11-1-08) Iowa St. (2-6) 17-59 #10 Oklahoma St. (7-1) (Zac Robinson 395 yds, 5 TDs)-r

2008 (11-1-08) Iowa (4-3) 24-27 Illinois (3-4)-r

2008 (11-1-08) Northwestern (5-2) 24-17 Minnesota (6-1) (NU returns an interception for a TD with 18 seconds remaining)-r

2008 (10-25-08) #3 Penn St. (8-0) 13-6 #9 Ohio St. (7-1)

2008 (10-25-08) #6 Oklahoma St. (6-0) 24-28 #1 Texas (7-0) (Colt McCoy 391 yards passing and 2 TDs)-r

2008 (10-25-08) Texas A&M (2-5) 49-35 Iowa St. (1-5)-r

2008 (10-18-08) #13 LSU (3-1) 24-17 South Carolina (5-2)-r

2008 (10-18-08) #4 USC (4-1) 69-0 Washington St. (1-6)-r

2008 (10-18-08) Kansas St. (4-2) 13-14 Colorado (3-3)-r

2008 (10-11-08) #16 Boise St. (4-0) 24-7 Southern Mississippi (2-3)-r

2008 (10-11-08) #5 Texas (5-0) 45-35 #1 Oklahoma (5-0)

2008 (10-11-08) Nebraska (3-2) 31-37 OT #7 Texas Tech (3-0)-r

2008 (10-11-08) Minnesota (4-1) 27-20 Illinois (2-2)-r

2008 (10-4-08) Illinois (2-2) 45-20 Michigan (2-2) (Illinois QB Juice WIlliams 431 total offensive yards)-r

2008 (10-4-08) Kentucky (4-0) 14-17 #2 Alabama (5-0)-r

2008 (10-4-08) #14 Ohio St. (4-1) 20-17 #18 Wisconsin (3-1)-r

2008 (9-27-08) Stanford (2-2) 35-28 Washington (0-3)-r

2008 (9-27-08) Northwestern (4-0) 22-17 Iowa (2-1) (Northwestern scores the final 19 points)-r

2008 (9-20-08) Boise St. (2-0) 37-32 #17 Oregon (3-0) (Kellen Moore 386 yards and 3 TDs)-r

2008 #6 LSU (2-0) 26-21 @ #10 Auburn (3-0)

2008 #1 USC (3-0) 21-27 Oregon St. (1-2)

2008 (9-6-08) #15 BYU 28-27 Washington St-r (180 minutes)

2008 (9-1-08) #18 Tennessee (0-0) 24-27 OT UCLA (0-0) (re-broadcast)

2007 SEC Championship #5 LSU (10-2) 21-14 #14 Tennessee (9-3)-r

2007 Navy 38-3 Army-r

2007 (12-1-07) Oregon St. (6-4) 38-31 2OT Oregon (8-3)-r

2007 (11-23-07) #19 Boise St. (10-1) 37-49 #15 Hawaii (10-0)-r

2007 (11-17-07) Idaho (1-9) 14-58 #15 Boise St. (9-1)-r

2007 (11-17-07) Purdue (6-4) 24-27 Indiana (5-5)(Indiana led 24-3 before needing a FG with 30 seconds remaining to win)-r

2007 (11-10-07) Fresno St. (6-3) 30-37 #14 Hawaii (8-0) (Hawaii QB Colt Brennan 396 yards and 2 TDs)-r

2007 (11-10-07) Illinois (7-3) 28-21 #1 Ohio St. (10-0)-r (OSU's 20 game Big Ten winning streak ends)

2007 (11-10-07) Colorado (5-5) 28-31 Iowa St. (2-8)-r

2007 (11-3-07) #12 Michigan (7-2) 28-24 Michigan St. (5-4) (Chad Henne threw 4 TDs)-r

2007 #17 Boston College (8-2) 20-17 #15 Clemson (8-2) (Matt Ryan throws late TD pass)-r

2007 South Carolina (6-3) 36-48 Arkansas (5-3) (Arkansas' Darren McFadden 323 yards)-r

2007 (10-20-07) Kansas St. (3-2) 39-41 Oklahoma St. (3-3) (OSU last second FG)-r

2007 (10-20-07) #14 Florida (4-2) 45-37 #8 Kentucky (6-1)-r

2007 (10-20-07) Stanford (2-4) 21-20 Arizona (2-5)-r

2007 (10-20-07) Kansas St. (3-2) 39-41 Oklahoma St. (3-3)-r

2007 (10-18-07) #2 South Florida (5-0) 27-30 Rutgers (3-2)-r (Ray Rice rushes for 181 yards)

2007 (10-14-07) Nevada (1-3) 67-69 4OTs Boise St. (3-1)-r

2007 (10-13-07) Minnesota (1-5) 48-49 2OTs Northwestern (3-3) (CJ Barker 460 yards and 4 TDs)-r

2007 (10-13-07) #11 Missouri (4-0) 31-41 #5 Oklahoma (6-0)-r

2007 (10-13-07) #1 LSU (6-0) 37-43 3OT #17 Kentucky (4-1)-r

2007 (10-6-07) #10 Oklahoma (4-1) 28-21 #19 Texas (4-1)-r

2007 (10-6-07) Kansas (5-0) 30-24 #24 Kansas St. (2-1) (re-broadcast)

2007 (10-6-07) Northwestern (2-3) 48-41 OT Michigan St. (4-1)-r

2007 Oregon St. 38-31 2OT #17 Oregon-r

2007 (9-29-07) Auburn (2-2) 20-17 #4 Florida (4-0)-r (43-yard FG as time expires)

2007 (9-29-07) #4 Oklahoma (4-0) 24-27 Colorado (2-2)-r

2007 (9-29-07) BYU (2-2) 31-24 New Mexico (3-1)-r

2007 (9-27-07) #6 California (4-0) 31-24 #11 Oregon (4-0)-r (DeSean Jackson 11 receptions, 161 yds and 2 TDs)

2007 BYU (2-2) 31-24 New Mexico (3-1)-r

2007 (9-22-07) Texas Tech (3-0) 34-27 Oklahoma St. (1-2) (Graham Harrell of Tex Tech throws for 420 yards and 2 TDs)-r

2007 (9-15-07) #9 Louisville 34-40 Kentucky-r

2007 (9-15-07) New Mexico (1-1) 29-27 Arizona (1-1)-r

2007 (9-8-07) Fresno St. 45-47 #23 Texas A&M (Jovorskie Lane ran for 4 TDs)-r

2007 (9-1-07) Appalachian St. 34-32 #5 Michigan-r

2006 SEC Championship #8 Arkansas (10-2) 28-38 #4 Florida (11-1)-r

2006 (12-2-06) Navy (7-3) 26-14 Army (2-8)-r

2006 (11-11-06) South Carolina (5-4) 16-17 #4 Florida (8-1) (Fr. back-up QB Tim Tebow scores a late TD; SC coach Steve Spurrier returns to Gainesville for the 1st time since leaving)-r

2006 (11-4-06) UCLA (4-4) 24-38 #10 California (7-1)-r

2006 #3 Louisville (8-0) 25-28 #14 Rutgers (8-0)-r

2006 #1 Ohio St (11-0) 42-39 #2 Michigan (11-0)-r

2006 Bethune Cookman (5-5) 28-35 Florida A&M (6-4)-r in Orlando

2006 (10-28-06) #3 USC (6-0) 31-33 Oregon St. (4-3) (starts 5 minutes into the game)-r

2006 (10-14-06) #15 Iowa 28-31 Indiana-r

2006 Kansas 32-39 OT #21 Nebraska (Nebraska's QB Zac Taylor throws for 395 yds and 4 TD's)

2006 #20 Georgia Tech (4-1) 31-22 NC St. (1-6) (Tech receiver Calvin Johnson 9 rec, 168 yds)-r

2006 (10-21-06) Michigan St. (3-4) 41-38 Northwestern (2-5) (Michigan St. rallies from 35 points down in the 3rd quarter)-r

2006 (10-7-06) Texas A&M (4-1) 21-18 Kansas (3-2)-r

2006 (9-30-06) #22 Boise St. (4-0) 36-3 Utah (3-1)-r

2006 (9-30-06) Texas Tech (3-1) 31-27 Texas A&M (4-0)-r

2006 (9-23-06) Hawaii (1-1) 34-41 #25 Boise State (3-0) (Hawaii's Colt Brennan throws for 5 TDs)-r

2006 (9-23-06) #22 Alabama (3-0) 23-24 2OT Arkansas (2-1)-r

2006 (9-16-06) Boise St. (2-0) 17-10 Wyoming (1-1)-r

2006 (9-16-06) #15 Oklahoma (2-0) 33-34 #18 Oregon (2-0)-r

2006 (9-16-06) #7 Florida (2-0) 21-20 #13 Tennessee (2-0)-r

2006 #12 Notre Dame (2-1) 40-37 Michigan St. (3-0)-r

2005 ACC Championship Florida St. (7-4) 27-22 #5 Virginia Tech (10-1)-r

2005 (12-3-05) #12 UCLA (9-1) 19-66 #1 USC (11-0)-r

2005 Bethune Cookman (7-3) 23-26 Florida A&M (5-5)in Orlando-r

2005 (11-19-05) #7 Ohio St. (8-2) 25-21 #15 Michigan (7-3) (Troy Smith throws for 300 yards)-r

2005 (11-19-05) #16 Fresno St (8-1) 42-50 #1 USC (10-0)-r (Reggie Bush rushes for 294 yards, 2 TDs and 513 total yards)

2005 (11-19-05) Oklahomas (6-3) 21-23 #19 Texas Tech (8-2) (Tex. Tech scores as time expires)-r

2005 Vanderbilt (4-4) 42-49 #13 Florida (6-2) (starts with 11:31 left in the 1st quarter)-r

2005 (10-29-05) Oklahoma 31-24 Nebraska (Oklahoma's Adrian Peterson rushes for 146 yards and 2 TDs)-r

2005 (10-22-05) Baylor 30-37 Oklahoma (OU's Jason Gutierrez 173 rushing yards and 2 TDs) re-broadcast

2005 (10-15-05) #23 Wisconsin (5-1) 38-34 #22 Minnesota (5-1) (Wisconsin blocks a punt and scores with 38 seconds remaining)-r

2005 #12 UCLA (5-0) 44-41 Washington St. (3-2) (UCLA QB Drew Olson throws for 338 yards and 5 TDs)-r

2005 Georgia Tech 14-10 #3 Miami-r

2005 (10-8-05) #14 Wisconsin (5-0) 48-51 Northwestern (2-2)-r

2005 (10-8-05) Minnesota (4-1) 23-20 #21 Michigan (3-2)-r

2005 (10-1-05) Michigan (2-2) 34-31 OT #11 Michigan St. (4-0)-r (Mike Hart 218 rushing yards)

2005 (10-1-05) Baylor 13-16 OT Texas A&M-r

2005 Nebraska 24-41 Missouri (Mizzou's QB Brad Smith had 480 total yards and 3 rushing TDs)-r

2005 (9-24-05) #14 Michigan (2-1) 20-23 Wisconsin (3-0)-r (GW TD with 30 seconds)

2005 (9-24-05) #11 Purdue 35-42 2OTs Minnesota-r

2005 (9-3-05) UCLA 44-21 San Diego St.-r

2004 (12-4-04) #1 USC (11-0) 29-24 UCLA (6-4) (Reggie Bush 204 yds, 2 TDs)-r

2004 (11-20-04) Florida (6-4) 20-13 #10 Florida St. (8-2)-r

2004 (11-20-04) Bethune Cookman (5-4) 58-52 Florida A&M (starts 4 minutes into the 1st quarter)-r

2004 (11-13-04) #6 Texas (8-1) 27-23 Kansas (3-6) (Texas scores with 11 seconds left)-r

2004 (11-6-04) Oregon (5-3) 27-28 #4 California (6-1)-r

2004 (11-6-04) Notre Dame (5-3) 17-13 #9 Tennessee (7-1)-r

2004 (10-30-04) #3 Miami (6-0) 28-31 North Carolina (3-4)-r (42 yard FG last play, Miami features Devin Hester)

2004 (10-30-04) Michigan St. 37-45 3OTs #12 Michigan-r

2004 (10-30-04) #2 Oklahoma (7-0) 38-35 #19 Oklahoma St. (6-1)-r

2004 (10-16-04) #12 Wisconsin 20-17 #5 Purdue (Wisconsin scores 13 in the 4th quarter, Purdue features Kyle Orton)-r

2004 (10-16-04) Missouri (4-1) 20-28 #9 Texas (4-1)-r

2004 #24 LSU (3-2) 24-21 #12 Florida (3-1)-r

2004 (10-2-04) #7 Ohio St. (4-0) 27-33 OT Northwestern (1-3) (NU ends 24 game losing streak to OSU)-r

2004 (9-25-04) Texas Tech (2-1) 31-30 Kansas (2-1)-r

2004 (9-25-04) #16 Purdue (2-0) 38-30 Illinois (2-1) (Kyle Orten leads Purdue)-r

2003 MAC Championship #15 Miami (Ohio) (11-1) 49-27 #23 Bowling Green (10-2) (Miami's Ben Roethlisberger throws for 440 yards and 3 TDs)-r

2003 (11-29-03) #10 Florida St. 38-34 #11 Florida (8-3)-r

2003 (11-22-03) @#2 Ohio St. (11-1) 21-35 #9 Michigan (9-2)-r

2003 (11-15-03) North Carolina St. (7-3) 44-50 2OT #13 Florida St. (8-2)-r

2003 (11-8-03) Wisconsin (6-3) 34-37 #18 Minnesota (8-2)-r

2003 (11-8-03) #20 Mississippi (7-2) 24-20 Auburn (6-3) (Miss. QB Eli Manning engineers a final minute 80-yard drive)-r

2003 Arkansas (4-3) 71-63 7OTs Kentucky (4-4)-r

2003 Virginia (5-3) 37-51 N.C. State (6-3) (N.C. St. Phillip Rivers throws for 410 yds and 4 TDs)-r

2003 (10-25-03) #5 USC (6-1) 43-23 Washington (4-3) (Matt Leinart 4 TDs)-r

2003 (10-25-03) Texas Tech 31-62 Missouri (Missouri QB Brad Smith 414 yards and 5 ushing TDs) re-broadcast

2003 (10-18-03) #23 Texas Tech 49-51 #24 Oklahoma St.-r

2003 (10-11-03)#3 Ohio St. 10-17 #22 Wisconsin (Ohio St.'s 19-game winning streak)-r

2003 (10-10-03) #19 Michigan (4-2) 38-35 #13 Minnesota (6-0)-r

2003 Florida St. 37-0 Notre Dame-r

2003 South Carolina 40-43 Mississippi (South Carolina trailed 43-14 with 1:30 minutes left in the 3rd quarter)-r

2003 (9-27-03) Pittsburgh 37-26 Texas A&M (Larry Fitzgerald 3 TDs)-r

2003 (9-27-03) #3 USC (3-0) 31-34 3OTs California (2-3)-r

2003 (9-20-03) Marshall (0-2) 27-20 #6 Kansas St. (2-0)-r (180 minutes)

2003 (9-13-03) Arkansas (1-0) 38-28 #6 Texas (1-0)-r

2003 (9-13-03) #22 N.C. State 38-44 #3 Ohio St. (2-0) (N.C. St. features Mario Williams and Phillip Rivers)-r

2002 (11-30-02) #7 Notre Dame (10-1) 13-44 #6 USC (9-2) (USC 660 total yards)-r

2002 (11-16-02) #1 Ohio St. (11-0) 23-16 OT Illinois (4-6)-r

2002 #1 Ohio St. (10-0) 10-6 Purdue (4-5)-r

2002 #3 Texas (9-1) 38-42 Texas Tech (7-4)-r

2002 (11-16-02) North Carolina (2-8) 14-40 #15 Florida St. (7-3) (Anquan Boldin 3 TDs)-r

2002 (11-2-02) #7 Texas (7-1) 27-24 Nebraska (6-3) (Chris Simms 419 yards, 1st time Texas has won at Nebraska since 1998)-r

2002 #12 Florida St. (5-1) 27-28 #1 Miami (5-0) (Florida St. misses 43-yard FG as time expired)-r

2002 (10-19-02) Auburn (4-2) 23-30 OT #24 Florida (4-3)-r

2002 (10-12-02) #23 Wisconsin (5-1) 29-32 Indiana (2-3) (Hoosiers score final 22 pts)-r

2002 (10-12-02) #7 Oregon (5-0) 31-30 #25 UCLA (4-1) (Ontario Smith rushes for 152 yards)-r

2002 (10-5-02) Purdue (4-1) 28-31 Iowa (3-2)-r

2002 (10-5-02) #16 Kansas St. (4-0) 35-31 Colorado (2-2)-r

2002 (10-5-02) #18 USC (3-1) 27-30 OT #17 Washington St. (4-1) (USC QB Carson Palmer 381 yds and 2 TDs)-r

2002 (10-5-02) #6 Florida (4-1) 14-17 Mississippi (3-1) (Gator QB Rex Grossman throws 4 TDs; S.Miss QB was Eli Manning)-r

2002 (9-28-02) Iowa (3-1) 42-35 #12 Penn St. (3-0)-r

2002 (9-21-02) #17 N.C. State (4-0) 51-48 Texas Tech (2-1) (State's TA McClendon scores 5 TDs)-r

2002 #16 USC 44-33 #12 Oregon-r (Carson Palmer throws for 5 TDs and 400+ yards)

2002 (9-2-02) Auburn 17-24 #18 USC (Carson Palmer 302 yards)-r

2001 (12-1-01) #1 Miami (10-0) 26-24 #14 Virginia Tech (7-2)-r (60 minutes)

2001 (12-1-01) Army 26-17 Navy-r

2001 (12-1-01) #5 Tennessee (9-1) 34-32 #2 Florida (9-1)-r

2001 (11-24-01) Oklahoma St. (3-7) 16-13 #4 Oklahoma (10-1)-r

2001 (11-24-01) Iowa (6-4) 17-14 Iowa St. (6-4)-r

2001 (11-17-01) #11 Michigan(7-2) 20-17 Wisconsin (5-5)-r

2001 (11-10-01) Penn St. (3-4) 28-33 #14 Illinois (7-1)-r

2001 (11-3-01) #6 Michigan (6-1) 24-26 Michigan St. (4-2)-r

2001 #1 Oklahoma (7-0) 10-20 #2 Nebraska (8-0)-r (Oklahoma's 2- game win steak ends

2001 (10-20-01) Texas Tech (3-2) 31-41 #3 Nebraska (7-0) (Neb QB Eric Crouch 3 TD pass and 1 TD rush)-r

2001 (10-19-01) Boise St. (4-3) 35-30 #8 Fresno St. (6-0)-r

2001 Ohio St. (4-2) 27-29 Penn St. (1-4)-r (Joe Paterno becomes Div. 1 all-time winningest coach by coming back from a 27-9 3rd quarter deficit)

2001 (10-6-01) #3 Oklahoma (5-0) 14-3 #5 Texas (4-1)-r

2001 N.C. State 34-28 #10 Florida St. (60 minutes)-r

2000 Big 12 Championship #7 Kansas St. (10-2) 24-27 #1 Oklahoma (11-0)

2000 (11-18-00) #18 Michigan (7-3) 38-26 #12 Ohio St. (8-2)-r

2000 (11-11-00) #5 Nebraska (8-1) 28-29 #11 Kansas St. (8-2)-r

2000 (11-11-00) #1 Oklahoma(8-0) 35-31 #24 Texas A&M (7-2)-r (OU wins despite a 10 point 4th quarter deficit)

2000 (11-4-00) #12 Michigan (6-2) 51-54 #23 Northwestern (6-2)-r

2000 #17 Purdue (5-2) 30-24 OT Wisconsin (4-3) (Purdue features Drew Brees)-r

2000 (10-28-00) #13 Ohio St. (6-1) 27-31 #16 Purdue (6-2) (Purdue's Drew Brees 455 yds and 3 TDs)-r

2000 (10-28-00) Northwestern (5-2) 41-35 Minnesota (5-3)-r (Northwestern comes from behind a 21 point deficit in the 2nd half)

2000 #10 Oregon (6-1) 56-55 2OTs Arizona St. (5-2)-r

2000 (10-21-00)#14 Mississippi St. (4-1) 38-45 LSU (4-3)-r

2000 (10-7-00) #6 Michigan (4-1) 31-32 Purdue (3-2)-r (28-10 Halftime deficit for Purdue)

2000 (10-7-00) #23 Oregon St. (4-0) 30-33 #13 Washington (3-1) (Washington totals 504 yards)-r

2000 #2 Florida St. 24-27 Miami (Miami's TE Jeremy Shockey scores a TD with 46 seconds remaining) re-broadcast

2000 (9-23-00) Alabama (1-2) 21-28 Arkansas (2-0) (starts in the last part of the 1st quarter)-r

2000 (9-23-00) #10 Michigan (2-1) 35-31 #17 Illinois (Anthony Thomas 225 yards and 2 TDs)-r

2000 (9-23-00)Northwestern (2-1)47-44 2OT #6 Wisconsin (3-0)-r

2000 (9-23-00) #18 Notre Dame (2-1) 21-27 #20 Michigan St. (2-0)-r

2000 Auburn (1-0) 35-27 #18 Mississippi (1-0)-r

2000 (9-9-00)Oregon (1-0)23-27 # 6 Wisconsin (1-0)-r

2000 (9-9-00) #2 Florida St. (1-0) 26-21 Georgia Tech (1-0)-r

1999 (11-20-99) Ohio St. (6-5) 17-24 #10 Michigan (8-2)-r

1999 (11-20-99) #3 Nebraska (9-1) 27-30 OT Colorado (6-4)-r (Colorado rallies from a 27-3 4th quarter deficit)

1999 Iowa (1-9) 3-41 #8 Wisconsin (9-1)-r (Ron Dayne becomes the all-time leading rusher)

1999 #15 Michigan (7-2) 31-27 #8 Penn St. (Michigan features Tom Brady)

1999 (11-6-99) Minnesota 24-23 #2 Penn St. (9-0)-r

1999 (11-6-99) #7 Georgia Tech (6-1) 38-45 Virginia (4-4) (Thomas Jones 213 yards rushing)-r

1999 #1 Florida St. (7-0) 17-14 Clemson (3-3)-r

1999 (10-23-99) Illinois (3-3) 35-29 #9 Michigan (5-1)-r (Illinois comes back from a 27-7 halftime deficit)

1999 (10-23-99) LSU 16-17 #11 Mississippi St. (7-0)-r

1999 (10-9-99) #3 Michigan 27-28 #11 Michigan St. (Mich. features Tom Brady and Mich. St. features Plaxico Burress)-r

1999 (10-9-99) North Carolina 24-31 OT #8 Georgia Tech-r

1999 (9-25-99) # Michigan (3-0) 21-16 #20 Wisconsin (2-1)-r (Tom Brady throws for 217 yards and 2 TDs)

1999 (9-25-99) Virginia (2-1) 45-40 #17 BYU (2-0) (Thomas Jones 213 yards rushing)-r

1999 #15 Purdue 22-25 #19 Ohio St. (Purdue features Drew Brees)-r

1999 #21 Notre Dame (1-1) 23-28 #16 Purdue-r (ND stopped at the 1-yd line as time expired)

1999 (9-4-99) #16 Notre Dame 22-26 #7 Michigan-r

1998 #15 Virginia 36-32 #19 Virginia Tech (Virginia outscores Virginia Tech 29-3 in the 2nd half)-r

1998 Army (2-8) 34-30 Navy (3-7)-r

1998 (11-14-98) #11 Nebraska (8-3) 30-40 #2 Kansas St. (10-0)-r

1998 #3 UCLA (10-0) 49-45 Miami (Edgerrin James rushes for 299 yds)-r

1998 (11-14-98) Virginia Tech (7-1) 26-28 Syracuse (5-3) (Donovan McNabb 13 TD pass on the final play of the game)-r

1998 Michigan St. (4-4) 28-24 #1 Ohio St.-r

1998 (11-7-98) #15 Syracuse (5-2) 28-35 West Virginia (4-3) (Syracuse features Donavan McNabb)-r

1998 (10-27-98) Texas A&M 24-26 Texas-r (Texas features Ricky Williams breaking the all-time rushing yards record)

1998 (10-17-98) Kentucky (4-2) 39-36 #21 LSU (3-2)-r

1998 (10-17-98) #12 Oregon (4-0) 38-41 #2 UCLA (4-0)-r

1998 #21 Virginia Tech (2-0) 27-20 Miami (2-0)-r

1998 #6 Tennessee (1-0) 20-17 OT #2 Florida-r

1997 SEC Championship #3 Tennessee (10-1) 30-29 #11 Auburn (9-2)-r

1997 (11-29-97) Vanderbilt (3-7) 10-17 #3 Tennessee (9-1) (Jamal Lewis rushes for 196 yds for UT as well as Peyton Manning)-r

1997 (11-22-97) #4 Ohio St. (10-1) 14-20 #1 Michigan (10-0)-r

1997 #2 Florida St. (10-0) 29-32 #10 Florida (8-2)-r

1997 (11-15-97) #5 Tennessee (9-2) 30-22 Arkansas (3-7)-r

1997 (11-8-97) #1 Nebraska (8-0) @ Missouri (6-3) 45-38 OT-r

1997 (11-8-97) Michigan St. (5-3) 21-22 #24 Purdue (6-2)-r

1997 (11-1-97) #10 Washington St. (7-0) 31-44 #20 Arizona St. (5-2)-r

1997 (10-18-97) #9 Tennessee (4-) 38-21 Alabama (3-2)-r

1997 (10-18-97) #11 Michigan St. (5-0) 17-19 Northwestern (2-5) (starts with 8:23 left in the 1st quarter)-r

1997 #1 Florida (5-0) 21-28 #14 LSU-r

1997 Georgia 27-14 Georgia Tech (Georgia features Champ Bailey and Hines Ward)-r

1997 #12 Auburn 31-28 #10 LSU-r

1997 (9-27-97) Notre Dame (1-2) 14-21 #6 Michigan (2-0)-r

1996 USC 41-48 OT UCLA (UCLA rallies from 17 down midway into the 4th quarter)-r

1996 #23 Army (9-1) 28-24 Navy (8-2)-r

1996 (11-16-96) #6 North Carolina (8-1) 17-20 #24 Virginia (6-3) (Virginia rallies from a 17-3 4th quarter deficit)-r

1996 (11-16-96) Illinois (2-7) 21-23 Minnesota (3-6)-r

1996 (10-26-96) #7 Alabama (7-0) 13-20 #6 Tennessee (4-1)-r

1996 (9-28-96) #3 Penn St. (5-0) 23-20 Wisconsin (3-1)-r

1996 (9-21-96) #1 Nebraska(1-0) 0-19 #17 Arizona St. (2-0)-r

1996 (9-21-96) #4 Florida (2-0) 35-29 #2 Tennessee (2-0)-r

1996 #1 Florida 21-24 #2 Florida St.-r (60 minutes, starts late in the 1st quarter)

1996 Arizona St. 42-34 UCLA-r

1996 Oklahoma (0-4) 30-27 Texas (3-2)-r

1996 #17 LSU (1-0) 19-15 #13 Auburn (3-0)-r

1995 Army 14-13 Navy-r

1995 (11-29-95) Arizona 31-28 Arizona St.-r

1995 (11-25-95) #6 Florida St. (9-1) 24-35 #3 Florida (10-0)-r

1995 #2 Ohio St. (11-0) 23-31 Michigan (8-3)-r

1995 (11-4-95) Illinois (4-4) 3-41 #2 Ohio St. (9-0)-r

1995 Georgia Tech 17-18 Georgia-r (Hines Ward QB for Goergia)

1995 (11-4-95) #16 Penn St. (6-2) 10-21 #6 Northwestern (7-1)-r

1995 (10-28-95) USC 21-21 Washington (5-2)-r (USC scores 21 in the 4th quarter)

1995 (10-21-95) West Virginia (3-3) 0-22 Syracuse (5-1)-r

1995 (10-7-95) #25 Northwestern (3-1) 19-13 #7 Michigan (5-0)-r

1995 #20 Penn St. 26-23 Purdue-r

1995 Ohio St. 28-25 @ Penn St.-r (Ohio St featuring Eddie George)

1995 (9-30-95) #15 Notre Dame (3-1) 26-45 #7 Ohio St. (3-0)-r

1995 Georgia 27-30 #8 Tennessee (Tennesse features Peyton Manning)-r

1995 #11 Auburn 28-30 Arkansas-r

1995 (9-2-95) Arizona St. 20-23 Washington-r

1994 Army 22-20 Navy-r

1994 SEC Championship #6 Florida (9-1-1) 24-23 #3 Alabama (11-0) re-broadcast

1994 #9 Auburn 14-21 #3 Alabama (10-0)-r

1994 (11-27-94) #4 Florida (9-1) 31-31 #7 Florida St. (9-1)-r

1994 (11-12-94) #2 Penn St. (8-0) 35-31 Illinois (6-3)-r (Penn St. featuring kijana Carter and Kerry Collins)

1994 #16 Oklahoma (3-2) 10-17 #15 Texas (4-1)-r

1994 (10-16-94) #12 Texas (4-1) 17-19 Rice (2-2)-r (Rice ends their 28 game losing streak to Texas)

1994 (10-15-94) Penn St. (6-0) 31-24 Michigan (4-2)-r

1994 Georgia (3-1) 28-29 #10 Alabama (4-0)-r

1994 (9-24-94) #7 Colorado (2-0) 27-26 #4 Michigan (2-0) (Kordell Stewart 64-yard Hail Mary to Michael Westbrook)-r

1993 SEC Championship #9 Florida (9-2) 28-13 #16 Alabama (8-2-1)-r

1993 #3 Florida St. (10-1) 33-21 #7 Florida-r

1993 Army (5-5) 16-14 Navy (4-6)-r

1993 (11-13-93) #1 Florida St. (9-0) 24-31 #2 Notre Dame (9-0)

1993 #16 UCLA 27-21 USC-r

1993 #17 Boston College 41-39 #1 Notre Dame-r

1993 (9-11-93) LSU (2-0) 18-16 Mississippi St. (1-1)-r

1992 Army 25-24 Navy (1-9)-r

1992 SEC Championship (12-5-92) #2 Alabama (11-0) 28-21 #12 Florida (8-3)-r

1992 USC 37-38 UCLA-r

1992 (11-28-92) Notre Dame (Top-5) 31-23 USC-r (Reggie Brookes 227 rushing and 3 TDs)

1992 (11-14-92) #22 Penn St. (6-3) 16-17 #8 Notre Dame (7-1-1) (Snow Bowl game)

1992 (10-17-92) #6 Florida St. (5-1) 29-24 #16 Georgia Tech (4-1)-r

1992 (10-3-92) #3 Florida St. (4-0) 16-19 #2 Miami (2-0)-r

1992 Florida St. 24-20 Clemson

1992 (9-12-92) #20 Tennessee (1-0) 34-31 #14 Georgia (1-0) (starts 3 minutes into the 1st quarter)-r

1992 San Diego St. 45-38 BYU-r

1991 #3 Washington (10-0) 24-17 #7 California (9-0)-r

1991 (11-30-91) #3 Florida St. 9-14 #5 Florida-r

1991 (11-21-91) (Top 25) Oklahoma (8-2) 14-19 #11 Nebraska (9-1-1)-r (Nebraska comes back from a 14-3 deficit)

1991 #2 Miami (8-0) 17-16 #1 Florida St. (10-0)-r

1991 (9-28-91) #1 Florida St. 51-31 #3 Michigan (re-broadcast)

1991 #3 Michigan 24-14 #7 Notre Dame-r (starts at the beginning of the 2nd quarter)

1991 (8-31-91) East Carolina 31-38 Illinois-r

1990 (11-24-90) #15 Michigan (7-3) 16-13 #2 Ohio St. (11-1)-r

1990 UCLA 42-45 USC

1990 #1 Notre Dame 20-19 Michigan St.-r

1990 (11-10-90) Ohio St. (5-2) 27-26 #6 Iowa (7-1)-r

1990 (11-6-90) Arizona 28-21 UCLA-r

1990 #22 Iowa (4-1) 24-23 #10 Michigan (4-1) (Matt Rogers leads Iowa to a game-winning 85-yard 4th quarter drive)-r

1990 #12 Colorado (3-1-1) 33-31 Missouri (2-2) (Colorado's 5th Down TD

1990 #20 Colorado 29-22 #20 Texas-r (Colorado scores final 15)

1990 #18 USC (2-1) 35-26 #15 Ohio St. (2-0)-r (game called with 2 1/2 minutes left because of weather)

1990 #5 Tennessee 26-26 #3 Alabama-r

1990 (10-13-90) Michigan St. 28-27 #1 Michigan-r

1990 (9-22-90) #1 Notre Dame (1-0) 20-19 #24 Michigan St. (1-0)-r

1990 (9-15-90) #9 Colorado (1-0-1) 22-23 #21 Illinois (0-1)-r (only loss of Colorado's National Title Season)

1990 (9-8-90) #1 Miami 21-28 BYU-r

1989 #6 Florida St. 24-17 Florida (Florida features Emmitt Smith)-r

1989 Indiana 28-41 Illinois

1989 (10-28-89) Ohio St.. (4-2) 41-37 Minnesota (4-2) (Ohio St. at one point trailed 31-0)-r

1989 Florida (3-1) 16-13 LSU (1-2)-r

1989 Auburn (2-0) 14-21 Tennessee (2-0)-r (Reggie Cobb rushes for 225 yards

1989 (9-7-89) Washington St. (1-0) 46-41 BYU (1-0)-r

1989 (9-4-89) #22 Illinois 14-13 #5 USC-r

1988 (12-1-88) #20 Alabama (7-3) 30-10 Texas A&M (7-4)-r

1988 #8 Oklahoma (8-2) 31-28 #12 Oklahoma St. (9-1)-r (Oklahoma St. featuring Barry Sanders)

1988 (11-19-88) #14 Syracuse (8-1) 9-31 #4 West Virginia (10-0)-r

1988 (11-10-88) Michigan (7-2-1) (Top 15) 34-31 Ohio St.-r

1988 #2 UCLA 24-17 Washington-r

1988 (10-15-88) #1 Miami (4-0) 30-31 #4 Notre Dame (11-0)

1988 Iowa 34-45 Indiana (Chuck Hartlieb 558 yards and 3 TDs)-r

1988 (9-17-88) #1 Miami (1-0) 31-30 #15 Michigan (0-1)-r

1987 (11-26-87) Texas (6-4) 13-20 #15 Texas A&M (8-2)-r

1987 (11-21-87) #10 Clemson (7-1) 13-10 North Carolina (5-3)-r

1987 (11-21-87) Ohio St. (5-4-1) 23-20 Michigan (7-3)-r

1987 (10-17-87) Texas (2-3) 16-14 #15 Arkansas (4-1)-r

1987 (10-10-87) #4 Notre Dame (3-0) 22-30 Pittsburgh (3-2)-r

1987 (10-3-87) #19 Florida (3-1) 10-13 #7 LSU (3-0-1)-r

1987 #5 UCLA 13-7 USC-r (UCLA features QB Troy Aikman)

1987 Arizona (4-4-2) 24-24 Arizona St. (6-4)-r

1987 #6 LSU (4-0-1) 26-23 #15 Georgia-r

1987 (9-19-87) #17 Michigan St. (1-0) 8-31 #9 Notre Dame (1-0)-r

1987 (9-12-87) #3 UCLA (1-0) 35-42 #2 Nebraska (1-0)-r

1986 (11-22-86) #3 Oklahoma (9-1) 20-17 #5 Nebraska (9-1)-r

1986 (11-15-86) #3 Penn St. (9-0) 24-19 Notre Dame (4-4)-r

1986 (11-15-86) Georgia (6-3) 20-16 #8 Auburn (8-1)-r

1986 (11-1-86) #5 Auburn (7-0) 17-18 Florida (3-4)-r

1986 (9-27-86) Georgia (1-1) 26-31 South Carolina (1-2)-r

1986 (9-13-86) #3 Michigan (0-0) 24-23 Notre Dame (0-0)-r

1985 (11-30-85) #7 Auburn (8-2) 23-25 Alabama (7-2-1) in Birmingham-r

1985 (11-9-85) #20 Alabama (6-2) 14-14 #13 LSU (5-1)-r

1985 (11-2-85) #11 Miami (6-1) 35-27 #10 Florida St. (6-1)-r

1985 (9-7-85) #20 UCLA (0-0) 24-27 #8 BYU (1-0)-r

1984 (11-24-84)#10 Boston College (8-2) 47-45 #12 Miami (8-3) (Flutie's Hail Mary, 60 minutes)-r

1984 (11-10-84) Maryland (5-3) 42-40 #6 Miami (8-2) (Maryland comes back from a 31-0 halftime deficit)-r

1984 (11-3-84) #9 Boston College (5-1) 30-37 Penn St. (Doug Flutie throws for 447 yards)-r

1984 (10-27-84) #19 Penn St. (5-2) 14-17 #18 West Virginia (6-1)-r

1984 (9-29-84) #13 Clemson (2-1) 21-28 #18 Georgia Tech (2-0)-r

1984 (9-22-87) #2 Clemson (2-0) 23-26 #20 Georgia (1-0) (Kevin Butler game winning 60-yard FG)-r

1984 (9-1-84) #10 Miami 32-20 #17 Florida in Tampa-r

1983 (12-3-83) #3 Auburn (9-1) 23-20 #19 Alabama (7-3) in Birmingham-r

1983 (11-19-83) Air Force (7-2) 23-22 Notre Dame (6-4)-r

1983 (10-29-83) #8 Michigan (6-1) 6-16 #9 Illinois (6-1)

1983 (10-22-83) #12 Iowa (5-1) 13-16 #10 Michigan (5-1)-r

1983 (10-15-83) #6 Ohio St. (4-1) 13-17 #19 Illinois (4-1) (radio broadcast with video footage)

1983 (10-1-83) BYU (2-1) @ UCLA (0-3) 37-35 (BYU features Steve Young)-r

1983 (9-23-83) Illinois (1-1) 20-10 #19 Michigan St. (2-0)

1982 (11-27-82) Alabama (7-3) 22-23 Auburn (7-3) in Birmingham (Auburn's Bo Jackson with a big TD run)-r

1982 (11-20-82) Stanford (5-5) 20-25 California (6-4)-r ("The Big Game", 5 laterals on the final play and the band)

1982 (11-20-82) #9 Arkansas (8-1) 17-17 #2 SMU (10-0) (SMU Eric Dickerson; starts early in the 1st quarter)-r

1982 (10-2-82) #14 West Virginia (3-0) 13-16 #2 Pittsburgh (3-0) (Pitt features Dan Marino)-r

1982 (9-25-82) Stanford (1-1) 23-20 #13 Ohio St. (2-0)-r

1982 (9-11-82) West Virginia 41-27 #10 Oklahoma-r

1981 (11-27-81) Notre Dame (5-5) 15-37 #9 Miami (8-2)-r

1981 (11-21-81) #18 Ohio St. (7-3) 14-9 #7 Michigan (8-2)-r

1981 (11-21-81) #13 UCLA (7-2-1) 21-22 #9 USC (8-2)-r (USC features Marcus Allen)

1981 (11-21-81) #2 Clemson (10-0) 29-13 South Carolina (6-4)-r

1981 (11-7-81) #18 Ohio St. 31-35 Minnesota-r

1981 (11-7-81) #4 Georgia (7-1) 26-21 Florida (5-3)-r

1981 (10-10-81) #18 Ohio St. (3-1) 21-24 Wisconsin (3-1)-r

1981 (9-26-81) #2 Oklahoma (1-0) 24-28 #1 USC (2-0) (USC features Marcus Allen)-r

1981 (9-26-81) #3 Penn St. (1-0) 30-24 Nebraska (1-1)-r

1981 (9-26-81) #8 Ohio St. (2-0) 24-19 Stanford (0-2)-r (Stanford features John Elway)

1980 (11-22-80) #9 Oklahoma (7-2) 21-17 #4 Nebraska (9-1)-r

1980 (11-8-80) #2 Georgia (8-0) 26-21 #20 Florida (6-1) (Georgia features Herschel Walker)-r

1979 (12-1-79) #11 Pittsburgh (9-1) 29-14 Penn St. (7-3)-r

1979 (11-17-79) #2 Ohio St. (10-0) 18-15 #13 Michigan (8-2)-r

1979 (9-24-79) #14 Ohio St. (3-0) 17-13 #17 UCLA (2-1)-r

1979 (9-15-79) #9 Notre Dame (0-0) 12-10 #6 Michgan (1-0)-r

1978 (10-7-78) #1 Oklahoma (4-0) 13-32 #6 Texas (3-0)-r

1977 (11-19-77) #4 Ohio St. (9-1) 6-14 #5 Michigan (9-1)-r

1977 (10-22-77) #5 USC (5-1) 19-49 #11 Notre Dame (4-1)

1977 (10-8-77) #8 Alabama (3-1) 21-20 #1 USC (4-0)-r

1977 (9-24-77) #3 Oklahoma (2-0) 29-28 #4 Ohio State (2-0)-r

1977 (9-17-77) #4 Alabama (1-0) 24-31 Nebraska (0-1)-r

1975 (10-4-75) #1 Ohio St. (3-0) 41-20 #19 UCLA (2-0-1)-r

1974 (11-23-74) #3 Michigan (10-0) 10-12 #4 Ohio St. (9-1)-r

1971 (11-25-71) #1 Nebraska (10-0) 35-31 #2 Oklahoma (9-0) "The Game of the Century"-r

1969 (12-6-69) #1 Texas (9-0) 15-14 #2 Arkansas (9-0)-r

1969 (11-22-69) #1 Ohio St. (9-0) 12-24 #12 Michigan (7-2) (Ohio St.'s 22 game winning streak ends and Bo Schembechler's 1st "Big Game")-r

1969 (10-11-69) #2 Texas (3-0) 27-17 #8 Oklahoma (2-0) in Dallas-r

1967 (11-8-67) #1 UCLA (7-0-1) 20-21 #4 USC (8-1) (starts early in the 1st quarter, 60 minutes)-r

1966 (11-19-66) #1 Notre Dame (8-0) 10-10 #2 Michigan St. (9-0) (complete 2nd half only)