Boise State def. Oklahoma Sooners – 2007 Fiesta Bowl:
This game could legitimately be described as one of the most exciting in college football history.
Known more for their blue home field than actual football prowess, the Boise State Broncos were 7.5-point underdogs to the legendary Oklahoma Sooners heading into the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. Somehow, however, Boise State was able to rack up an 11-point lead at the half. That success was fleeting, as Oklahoma stormed back to take a touchdown lead of their own.
Undeterred, Boise State answered and tied the game. Then, Oklahoma followed right back with another touchdown and went back up. Again the Broncos answered once more, scoring yet again and adding a chance to tie the game. However, what followed went down in NCAA football history. Boise State coach Chris Peterson called the rarely seen Statue of Liberty play to fake out the powerhouse from Oklahoma and win the game in unique fashion. Insane stuff.