College football, like any other sport, has had its fair share of wild and wacky endings.
Last weekend proved to be no different as LSU and Tennessee played to one of the craziest finishes the college football world has ever seen.
With so much on the line each and every week and how hard everyone is fighting to win every contest, college football provides more exciting finishes than any other sport.
Here is a list of the ten craziest endings in the history of college football.
The USC Trojans entered this game as the top team in the country and Notre Dame had as much talent as they ever had under former head coach Charlie Weis.
In what was a back-and-forth game, USC got the ball back with less than two minutes to play and a 31-28 deficit.
The Trojans drove down the field and upon reaching the goal line with less than ten seconds remaining, quarterback Matt Leinart decided to run a quarterback sneak instead of spiking the ball as his coaches were calling for.
Leinart appeared to have nowhere to go until running back Reggie Bush pushed him from behind propelling him into the end zone for a touchdown with three seconds to go and a USC victory.
The "Bush Push" will forever be ingrained in the minds of Notre Dame fans.
The 2007 Fiesta Bowl was the day the Boise St. Broncos officially made a name for themselves by taking down the mighty Oklahoma Sooners.
In one of the best college football games of all time, Oklahoma had Boise St. on the ropes until Bronco quarterback Jared Zabransky completed a 4th and 18 hook-and-lateral for a 35-yard touchdown to send the game into overtime.
The Sooners' Adrian Peterson scored on the first play of overtime, but the Broncos came back with more tricks of their own scoring on another fourth down.
Then, instead of going for the tie, the Broncos went for two and the win with the infamous Statue of Liberty play.
Needless to say it was a success.
In what many consider one of the greatest games in the history of sports, SMU blew a 20-point fourth quarter to BYU.
Up 45-25 with less than four minutes to play, quarterback Jim McMahon led the Cougars to a quick score and after missing the two point conversion, they recovered the onside kick, leading to another quick touchdown with a two point conversion.
This cut the deficit to 45-39 with less than two minutes to play.
SMU ran the clock and was attempting to punt with under 20 seconds to play. BYU blocked the punt and with 13 seconds remaining got the ball back at the SMU 41.
With three seconds left, McMahon dropped back to pass and threw a Hail Mary to the end zone that was caught by both the defender and the receiver.
The official signaled touchdown and the extra point won the game for the Cougars 46-45.
After battling back and cutting the deficit to 26-21 with just under two minutes to play, Colorado attempted an onside kick that was recovered by Michigan.
The Wolverines were unable to run out the clock and had to punt the ball.
Colorado received the punt on their own 15 with 14 seconds to play.
Quarterback Kordell Stewart completed a 21-yard pass to reach the 36 yard line and allow one desperate attempt at the end zone.
He chucked the ball to the end zone with no time remaining on the clock. The ball was tipped by two Michigan defenders and caught in the end zone by Michael Westbrook for a Buffalo touchdown and a 27-26 victory.
In one of the best bowl games of all time, the Iowa Hawkeyes shocked the LSU Tigers to win the Holiday Bowl 30-25.
Iowa came into the game the more touted of the two teams, but after falling behind 25-24 with less than a minute remaining, things did not look too good.
The Hawkeyes got the ball after the kick-off with 26 seconds on the clock.
With time for one more play and 56 yards still to go, Iowa quarterback Drew Tate heaved a pass to Warren Holloway for a game-winning score.
A blown assignment by the Tiger secondary allowed this play to happen.
The 26-25 Hawkeye victory marked the end of the Nick Saban era at LSU.
In the game that made the little man Doug Flutie famous, Boston College pulled out the victory against the mighty Miami Hurricanes.
A high-flying shootout for much of the game, this contest pitted future Heisman Trophy winner Flutie against Miami quarterback Bernie Kosar.
It was back-and-forth the entire way with the points coming rather easily.
Miami took a 45-41 fourth quarter lead with 30 seconds to play.
A few passes put Boston College at their own 48 with 55 seconds to go. That left Flutie one last play, problem is nobody thought he could throw the ball to the end zone. At least not the Miami Hurricanes.
Flutie scrambled and let it fly over all the Hurricane defenders and into the hands of receiver Gerard Phelan for the miracle victory.
Kentucky has never been known for the football and LSU always has, so this upset in the making was of monumental proportions for the Wildcats.
The Wildcats played the perfect game, taking a 30-27 lead on a short field goal with only 11 seconds remaining.
After a penalty, the Tigers had to start at their own nine yard line. A quick 17 yard gain put the ball at the 26 with only two seconds remaining.
The Kentucky faithful were waiting on the sidelines ready to storm the field. Head coach Guy Morriss had already been doused with Gatorade in a victory celebration.
LSU quarterback Marcus Randall stepped back to pass, and with Kentucky fans already storming the field, he heaved up a Hail Mary. The pass was tipped by not one, but two Wildcat defenders into the arms of receiver Devery Henderson, who scampered to pay dirt for a 74-yard score on the game's final play.
"The Bluegrass Miracle" is one of the saddest days in the history of Kentucky football.
In a game that happened only a few days ago, the LSU Tigers were once again involved in one of the craziest endings college football has ever seen.
The Tigers' poor clock management upon reaching the goal line is what allowed everything to happen as it did.
Tigers quarterback Jordan Jefferson decided to run a play instead of spiking the ball to stop the clock with a few seconds remaining and the Volunteers leading 14-10.
The ball was snapped over his head and Tennessee sacked him on the games final play.
The Volunteers raced onto the field in jubilation and after a few minutes of celebration, an official put on the headphones before making an announcement that Tennessee had too many men on the field and there would be one more play.
LSU had one more shot from inside and two and a pitch left proved to be the winner 16-14 in one of the wackiest games ever played.
These conference rivals played perhaps the most talked about game in the history of their conference.
Colorado was the favorite in this game, but Missouri came out firing and a touchdown pass with under two minutes to go gave the Tigers a 31-27 lead.
Colorado quickly marched down the field, reaching the three yard line with 30 seconds remaining.
This is where things got interesting.
The Buffalo spiked the ball on first down to stop the clock.
A running play on second down took the ball to the two where Colorado used their final timeout. A third down run went for nothing and the clock was ticking down.
On fourth down the ball was spike again by Colorado quarterback Charles Johnson who looked over to the sideline and saw the marker had not been flipped and still showed third down.
Goalposts were torn down as Missouri fans stormed the field, thinking the game was over.
Johnson quickly called hike amidst all the confusion and ran into the end zone for the game winning touchdown. He squeaked it in on a play that was so close, officials were unsure if he was in or not.
They signaled touchdown on fifth down and the rest is history.
A game that will always top everybody's list is the infamous Cal-Stanford contest.
"The band is out on the field," as it will forever be known is undoubtedly one of the great endings in sports history.
After another John Elway touchdown drive, the Cardinal led 20-19 with just a few seconds remaining and the kickoff set to be the last play of the game.
The ball was kicked and lateral after lateral ensued. The Stanford band was already out on the field and getting trampled by some of the players.
California lateraled their way down the field to a game-winning touchdown on the most absurd play the sports world has ever seen.
Simply put nothing will ever top this game ending play.