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Biggest Comeback Victories

November 17th, 2008

LSU’s rally from a 28-point deficit to beat Troy on Saturday was the 3rd-biggest comeback victory since the 2005 season. Troy led 24-3 at the half and extended the lead to 31-3 with 11:13 left in the 3rd quarter. From then on, LSU scored 37 unanswered points to pull out the improbable win.

The largest comeback victories since the 2005 season:

Comeback Team Opponent Date Deficit Deficit Score Final Score
Michigan St. Northwestern 10/21/2006 35 38-3 9:54 3rd 41-38
Texas Tech Minnesota 12/29/2006 31 38-7 7:47 3rd 44-41 (OT)
LSU Troy 11/15/2008 28 31-3 11:13 3rd 40-31
Arkansas St. Memphis 09/27/2007 25 31-6 1:01 3rd 35-31
Northwestern St. La.-Monroe 09/01/2005 23 23-0 1:48 2nd 27-23
UCLA Northwestern 12/30/2005 22 22-0 4:21 1st 50-38
Ball State Eastern Mich. 11/12/2005 22 22-0 12:55 3rd 26-25

There have been eighteen comeback victories of 21 points since 2005, most recently by Florida Atlantic against Louisiana-Monroe on 10/25/2008.

Michigan State’s 35-point comeback against Northwestern is the biggest comeback victory in FBS (Division I-A) history. Texas Tech’s 31-point comeback against Minnesota in the 2006 Insight Bowl is the biggest comeback victory in FBS (Division I-A) bowl history.