If you can buy into the notion that every great comeback is also a terrible choke job, than the Colorado Buffaloes are guilty of not only the worst all-around team choke job of 2010, but of all time.
The Buffs had a 45-17 lead after Rodney Stewart (or, "the other Rod Stewart") scored a touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter.
To this day, Kansas' offense is still the worst in the Big 12, averaging just 18 points per game. A comeback from them was impossible.
But the Jayhawks scored three offensive touchdowns and also scored on a fumble recovery to tie the game at 45 with 4:44 on the clock.
They got the ball on their 37-yard line with 2:49 to play and took the lead on a 28-yard touchdown run by James Sims with a minute left on the clock.
Colorado would not come back, and Kansas had officially overcome the largest fourth-quarter deficit of all time.
Their win is Colorado's fail.