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.