I hope Austin Peay enjoyed the payday they got by traveling to Wisconsin because I can't imagine they enjoyed the game.
The Badgers ripped off a 70-3 win in front of their home fans, which I did predict that their fans would be enjoying a lot of points.
Who else has been on the other end of these blowouts? What are the top 10 biggest blowouts in college football history?
When you fumble the ball six times like NC State did that day, it serves you right to get scored on like that.
I feel bad for UTEP in this game. Just a week before this 68-0 beatdown at the hands of the Sooners, the Miners were on the receiving end of a 77-17 throttling at the hands of Kentucky.
I think they could have stopped this game after the first half, given that the score was 48-0 at the half. Not sure Louisiana-Monroe enjoyed it though.
Gator quarterback Doug Johnson threw seven of the nine touchdown passes by the Florida offense, setting an SEC record in this blowout.
Hey, at least Central Michigan scored six points, right?
South Florida was playing a school called Kentucky Wesleyan, but who thought the Bulls would throw up 80 points on them?
Apparently a 35-3 lead at the half wasn't quite good enough.
New Mexico never had a chance in this one. Oregon put the pedal on the floor and never let up.
Ok, I know these aren't two schools you're going to look at and say, "Oh yeah," but that's the point.
They still rank on the list of the biggest routs in college football history.
If you want to add insult to injury, the Boll Weevils—yes, the Boll Weevils—kicked a 59-yard field goal.
Talk about running up the score.
Up 49-3 at the half, it just wasn't good enough for Wisconsin against lowly Austin Peay.
The Badgers rushed for two more touchdowns in the third quarter before adding another one in the fourth for the final tally.
This blowout had icing on it.
With Delaware already up 77-0, the West Chester quarterback threw an interception that was returned 97 yards for the final score. Ouch.
When you lead a game 98-0 before the third quarter is done, the last thing you'd want to do is add on to the score.
Apparently Rockford didn't get that memo back in 2003.