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4th and 26

4th and 26 was an American football play on Sunday, January 11, 2004, during the National Football Leagues 2003–04 playoffs. The play occurred during the fourth quarter of a divisional playoff game between the visiting Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1916 Cumberland vs. Georgia Tech football game

The 1916 Cumberland vs. Georgia Tech football game was the most lopsided in the history of college football, with Georgia Tech winning 222–0. The game was played on October 7, 1916, between the Georgia Tech Engineers and Cumberland College Bulldogs at Grant Field in Atlanta. With Cumberland opting to punt on multiple possessions, the infamous score can be partially attributed to 97% of the games plays occurring in Cumberland territory, with 64 of those plays occurring in Cumberlands own red zone.

1967 NFL Championship Game

The 1967 National Football League Championship Game was the 35th NFL championship, played on December 31 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It determined the NFLs champion, which met the AFLs champion in Super Bowl II, then formally referred to as the second AFL–NFL World Championship Game. The Dallas Cowboys 9–5, champions of the Eastern Conference, traveled north to meet the Western champion Green Bay Packers 9–4–1, the two-time defending league champions. It was a rematch of the previous years title game, and pitted two future Hall of Fame head coaches against each other, Tom Lan ...

1998 NFC Championship Game

The 1998 NFC Championship Game was a National Football League game played on January 17, 1999, to determine the National Football Conference champion for the 1998 NFL season. The visiting Atlanta Falcons defeated the heavily favored Minnesota Vikings 30–27 in sudden death overtime to win their first conference championship and advance to the franchises first Super Bowl appearance. As a result of their loss, the Vikings were eliminated from the playoffs and became the first team in the history of the NFL to compile a regular season record of 15–1 and not win the Super Bowl. The game is cons ...

2004 Harvard–Yale prank

The 2004 Harvard–Yale prank was a practical joke performed on November 20, 2004, at the annual Harvard–Yale football game in which Yale students perpetrated a card stunt, costumed as a Harvard "pep squad". They gave out placards to a section of Harvard fans which, when raised together, read "We Suck". The stunt was conceived of and coordinated by Michael Kai and David Aulicino, two Yale students in the class of 2005, and was executed with the help of 20 classmates disguised as the "Harvard Pep Squad". The perpetrators handed crimson-and-white placards to fans in the central area of the Har ...

2007 Trinity vs. Millsaps football game

The 2007 Trinity vs. Millsaps football game is best known for the memorable play that occurred in the games last two seconds. On October 27, 2007, the NCAA Division III 19th-ranked Trinity University Tigers threw 15 lateral passes and scored a 61-yard touchdown to win a game against the 24th-ranked Millsaps College Majors as time expired in the game. Media sources called the play the Mississippi Miracle or Lateralpalooza." ESPN and other sources said the play was probably "the longest play in college football history" in terms of how much time the play took to complete. On January 7, 2008, ...


ⓘ American football incidents

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