In the 2011 football season, it seemed as if every time we turned around we had a thriller in overtime, a "Hail Mary" or some other seminal event changing the landscape.
It started in week one, with TCU and Baylor going down to the wire—in the game where Robert Griffin III burst on the scene. It continued with Michigan State pulling off the "Hail Mary" in October to shock Wisconsin and kept right on going with Matt Barkley and USC taking Stanford to triple overtime just weeks later.
Mixed in there near the beginning of the season was Michigan's stunning win over Notre Dame in the first night game at the "Big House" and Georgia's meltdown against South Carolina.
And let's not forget the "Game of the Century" in which Alabama's kickers were LSU's MVP's.
These moments were the ones that were indelibly etched in our memories and will be the defining moments of the 2011 season when we fondly remember the season that was.
The games listed here have the potential to be the moments we look back on after 2012 and replay over and over again as we long for the season to come.