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Old 06-27-2007, 09:33 AM   #1
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Knoxville, Tenn. | Nov. 14, 1998
Tennessee's reign at No. 1 looked as if it wouldn't last one game. No. 10, unbeaten Arkansas led, 24-22, and had the ball with less than 2:00 to go. But then guard Brandon Burlsworth stepped on quarterback Clint Stoerner's foot, causing Stoerner to stumble and -- ouch -- fumble. Vols linebacker Chris Ramseur recovered at the Arkansas 43, and Tennessee scored the winning touchdown with :28 left. After that, how could Tennessee not finish No. 1?

That's definitely my favorite, and I haven't even seen the 74 that ranked higher. I remember that play like it was yesterday. Exactly where I was standing and everything. It still brings a little tear to my eye...

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Mike Shula did do some good... as a player

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Birmingham, Ala. | Nov. 30, 1985
Three lead changes in the fourth quarter of the 1985 Iron Bowl left Alabama behind Auburn, 23-22, at its own 12 with :52 and no timeouts. In five plays, quarterback Mike Shula took Alabama to the Auburn 35 with :06 to spare. Tide kicker Van Tiffin raced onfield and, without time to think, drilled the 52-yard field goal that made him a Crimson hero for all time.
I can't wait to see the rest. I know it's going to be filled with Alabama
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It's all update fyi.

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New Orleans | Jan. 1, 1993
As Miami wideout Lamar Thomas sprinted toward completing an 89-yard touchdown pass in the 1993 Sugar Bowl, Alabama safety George Teague, five yards behind, didn't give up. Teague caught Thomas inside the Tide 10, and with a windmill swipe, turned upfield with ball in hand. An Alabama penalty nullified the play, which means the most celebrated play in the No. 2 Tide's 34-13 rout of the No. 1 'Canes never really happened.
I love that play.

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Cambridge, Mass. | Nov. 25, 1905
Yale's J.J. Quill, with an open-hand smash, broke the nose of Harvard's Hooks Burr in the Elis' 6-0 win in 1905. The play inflamed passions to ban the sport. Weeks earlier, President Theodore Roosevelt summoned the presidents of Harvard, Yale and Princeton to the White House and told them to clean up the sport's injury and death toll. Message heard: Major universities formed the NCAA and rewrote the rule book.
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Norman, Okla. | Oct. 19, 1985
A sophomore quarterback at No. 3 Oklahoma rolled right, threw deep and got hit so hard that he suffered a broken ankle. A big deal? Yes. Sooners coach Barry Switzer put freshman Jamelle Holieway in charge of the wishbone, Oklahoma won eight straight games and Switzer's third national title. The guy with the broken ankle? Troy Aikman transferred to UCLA and became the No. 1 pick in the 1989 NFL draft.
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Dallas | Jan. 1, 1954
Rice's Dicky Moegle raced down the sideline in the 1954 Cotton Bowl when Alabama's Tommy Lewis came out of nowhere to level him. Nowhere? Lewis came off the sideline, without his helmet. The referee awarded Moegle a 95-yard touchdown. Lewis apologized to the Owls at halftime, and again after their 28-6 victory. His explanation became famous: "I'm just too full of Bama."
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New Orleans | Jan. 1, 1979
Late in the 1979 Sugar Bowl, trailing 14-7, Penn State had second-and-goal inside the Alabama 1. After the third-down thrust came up 6 inches short, Tide defensive lineman Marty Lyons said to Nittany Lions quarterback Chuck Fusina, "You better pass." On fourth down, the mid-air collision between back Mike Guman and linebacker Barry Krauss knocked the rivets on Krauss' helmet loose. Fusina really should have passed. Alabama 14, Penn State 7.
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Pasadena, Calif. | Jan. 4, 2006
With Texas trailing USC 38-33, Vince Young already had used 928 Sneak to score in the fourth quarter of the 2006 BCS Championship Game. On fourth down at the Trojans' 8, Young called it again. He saw no one open. When USC end Frostee Rucker moved inside, Young moved outside, eluded Rucker and raced to the pylon. Young ran for 200 yards, threw for 267 and won the national title on his last collegiate snap.
Now, I am a HUGE Notre Dame fan, so I love to see USC lose, but that aside, this was by far the single most dominating game by one player in the history of football, period (college, high school, nfl, period)...I still get a chubby when i think about it...and i can't stand Texas...
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With Texas trailing USC 38-33, Vince Young already had used 928 Sneak to score in the fourth quarter of the 2006 BCS Championship Game. On fourth down at the Trojans' 8, Young called it again. He saw no one open. When USC end Frostee Rucker moved inside, Young moved outside, eluded Rucker and raced to the pylon. Young ran for 200 yards, threw for 267 and won the national title on his last collegiate snap.
Those are all my favorites.
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Now, I am a HUGE Notre Dame fan, so I love to see USC lose, but that aside, this was by far the single most dominating game by one player in the history of football, period (college, high school, nfl, period)...I still get a chubby when i think about it...and i can't stand Texas...
It was amazing an amazing game.
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Punt, Bama, Punt.
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Rice's Dicky Moegle raced down the sideline in the 1954 Cotton Bowl when Alabama's Tommy Lewis came out of nowhere to level him. Nowhere? Lewis came off the sideline, without his helmet. The referee awarded Moegle a 95-yard touchdown. Lewis apologized to the Owls at halftime, and again after their 28-6 victory. His explanation became famous: "I'm just too full of Bama."
The best part is that when they reviewed the films later, there was a Bama guy on an intercept course to catch him at the 35 yd line.

I dunno if its on the list or not, but the 1916 game where John Heisman coached Georgia Tech to a 222-0 win over Cumberland College because he was sick of stupid *** sportswriters (BCS?) rating teams solely on how many points they scored.
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