Quick Answer: What Is The Biggest College Football Comeback Ever?

UCLA opened its season with a shocking rally from 34 points down to top Texas A&M, 45-44.

The Bruins’ victory represents the second biggest comeback in FBS history.

Under then-coach John Smith, Michigan State engineered the largest comeback in college football history against Northwestern.

What is the biggest comeback in college football history?

The 2006 Michigan State vs. Northwestern football game featured the biggest comeback in NCAA Division 1-A history. The Spartans rallied to score 38 unanswered points to beat the Wildcats 41–38 after falling behind 38–3 with 9:54 left in the 3rd quarter.

What is the largest comeback in NFL history?

In the greatest comeback in NFL history, the 1993 Buffalo Bills overcome 32-point deficit to beat the Houston Oilers. On January, 3, 1993, the two former AFC rivals met in a wild card playoff matchup, which was then-known as Rich Stadium (now New Era Field) in New York.

What is the biggest comeback in NCAA tournament history?

The greatest comeback in NCAA Division I history occurred on February 22, 2018 when Drexel overcame a 34 point deficit against Delaware.

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