College Football: The Most Dominating Performances of the 2010 Season

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College Football: The Most Dominating Performances of the 2010 Season
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Boise State's systematic destruction of Fresno State on Friday night was absolute and awe-inspiring.

This wasn't any Division II team the Broncos were playing. This was a talented Fresno State team, with a winning record (6-3), an impressive victory over Cincinnati (24-18 on September 4th), and a healthy scoring presence (31.2 points per game).

The Broncos out-gained the Bulldogs 516-125. Boise gained 391 yards through the air, another 125 on the ground, and misfired on only three third-down attempts. They gained 31 first downs (to Fresno's nine).

On defense, the Broncos D forced three turnovers, held QB Ryan Colburn to 3.2 yards per pass attempt, and stifled the running game to 49 yards on 27 carries. They also notched four sacks.

Keep in mind: The Bulldogs gained 42 of their 125 total yards on their final drive of the game when they already trailed 51-0.

Downright dominating.

But was it the most dominating of any performance by one Division I FCS team over another?

Let's examine and see if we can come to some sort of agreement.

The candidates please!

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