"If Rocky Balboa were a football team, he is the Broncos."
The 2007 Fiesta Bowl between Boise State and Oklahoma was arguably the greatest college football game in NCAA history.
After blowing a 21-10 halftime lead to the Adrian Peterson-led Oklahoma Sooners, Boise State was forced to take the field with just over one minute to play.
Incredibly, Boise quarterback Jared Zabransky threw an interception for a touchdown to give Oklahoma the lead with 1:02 remaining.
With literally one last shot to win the game, Boise converted on 4th-and-18 with 17 seconds left on a "hook and ladder" trick play.
On the first play in overtime, future NFL sensation Peterson rushed for a touchdown to give Oklahoma the lead. After failing to score, Boise State was forced to score a touchdown on yet another fourth down.
Boise called another trick play by sending the quarterback in motion and having a wide receiver throw a touchdown pass.
Instead of kicking the extra point, Boise ran one final trick play, "The Statue of Liberty," for the two-point conversion to win the game, 43-42.
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