But as improbable as that was, it doesn't really compare to what happened during the first overtime of the game. The teams played in a game that lasted more than four hours and ended as the highest-scoring game in FBS history.
The only problem, of course, is that touchdown didn't end the game. And denied Western Michigan and Buffalo an overtime record all to themselves.
The craziest thing about this game was that it required a last-minute drive by the Bulls to even force overtime. It lasted less than a year, as the combined 139 points are two more than what the Panthers and Orange accumulated.
WMU tight end Donnie Ernsberger (Battle Creek Lakeview) caught a 14-yard touchdown pass in the first overtime.
The woman in an Ernsberger jersey drew a penalty flag and was later ejected from the game.
The Broncos finished with 645 yards of total offense. Before the Broncos could go for the extra point, Ernsberger's sister ran onto the field to celebrate with him. He also had three carries for 13 yards and a touchdown.