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RE: Biggest wins in history
Highlights of that game. If you're careful you'll notice a few anti Razorback signs in the crowd. That entire game was all about proving we were better than Arkansas, though the cool thing about Malzahn is he never made a big deal about that at all.





Also, I really miss Ryan Aplin.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-01-2018 06:59 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  Name your schools top wins in football program history. Can’t remember everyone’s. [b]Make it in recent history meaning year 2000 and up[\b]

1. #25 LSU
2. #17 Missouri
3. Oklahoma State
4. Mississippi State
5. Middle Tennessee state (2006) Miracle in Murphreesboro (vaulted Troy to string together 5 championships.)
6. Navy

Well, I was gonna say the Pecan Bowl in 1967, Lamar in 1981 to clinch a conference championship, TCU in 1976 and 1979 or (Southwest) Texas St in 1984 & 1985, but I guess I won’t now since we are excluded.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-01-2018 10:48 PM)chiefsfan Wrote:  Highlights of that game. If you're careful you'll notice a few anti Razorback signs in the crowd. That entire game was all about proving we were better than Arkansas, though the cool thing about Malzahn is he never made a big deal about that at all.





Also, I really miss Ryan Aplin.

Love our uniforms and the helmets without that stupid stripe.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
For App:

1. Obvious (Everyone now knows of App State)
2. 2005 Title (The beginning of an era of dominance)
3. 2007 Title (Set record for consecutive DI Titles)
4. 2006 Title (See 2-3)
5. 2002 "Miracle on the Mountain" (Sports world 1st major acknowledgement of App football) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUcQ4irFl_s
6. 2015 Camellia Bowl (New beginning of an era)
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RE: Biggest wins in history
Surprised GS fans are staying away from this topic

In terms of national notoriety:
1. Beating Florida in 2013
2. GoDaddy Bowl in 2015
3. 1989 National Title - “Erk’s last game” and first team to go 15-0 in one season
4. 1985 National Title - Georgia Southern has only had an official NCAA team for 1 year
5. 1999 National Title - Adrian Peterson’s legacy named simply “The Run”

Honorable Mention: UGA 2015 - When the Rosebowl went into OT, they mentioned that the last time Georgia went to overtime with a team was in 2015 against Georgia Southern. Pretty cool little shoutout during the height of a game that was probably being watched by 80M people.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-01-2018 07:45 PM)chiefsfan Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:14 PM)Arrowhead Wrote:  1) #8 Arkansas
2) Alabama
3) 1987 1-AA National Championship
4) Mississippi St.
5) Kentucky
6) Wake Forest twice.

I'm surprised some stAte fans don't include your win over the piglets as one of their biggest wins in history.

We do rank our win over that 2012 ULM team as one of our bigger wins. That was a crazy atmosphere that game. 30,000 appreciative fans who wanted nothing more than to smash Kolton Browning's head in...which we did, over and over again.

What the hell do you mean by that? Smashing Kolton's head in? Over and over? Are you that kind of person who really wants to hurt someone? You think that's funny? You're an effing idiot.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-03-2018 05:29 PM)SOT1977 Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:45 PM)chiefsfan Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:14 PM)Arrowhead Wrote:  1) #8 Arkansas
2) Alabama
3) 1987 1-AA National Championship
4) Mississippi St.
5) Kentucky
6) Wake Forest twice.

I'm surprised some stAte fans don't include your win over the piglets as one of their biggest wins in history.

We do rank our win over that 2012 ULM team as one of our bigger wins. That was a crazy atmosphere that game. 30,000 appreciative fans who wanted nothing more than to smash Kolton Browning's head in...which we did, over and over again.

What the hell do you mean by that? Smashing Kolton's head in? Over and over? Are you that kind of person who really wants to hurt someone? You think that's funny? You're an effing idiot.


Whoa. Ooooooover reaction of the year.
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Yeah SOT. Figure of speech. Kolton did’t even play much against Arkansas St.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-03-2018 05:29 PM)SOT1977 Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:45 PM)chiefsfan Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:15 PM)troutbummike Wrote:  
(01-01-2018 07:14 PM)Arrowhead Wrote:  1) #8 Arkansas
2) Alabama
3) 1987 1-AA National Championship
4) Mississippi St.
5) Kentucky
6) Wake Forest twice.

I'm surprised some stAte fans don't include your win over the piglets as one of their biggest wins in history.

We do rank our win over that 2012 ULM team as one of our bigger wins. That was a crazy atmosphere that game. 30,000 appreciative fans who wanted nothing more than to smash Kolton Browning's head in...which we did, over and over again.

What the hell do you mean by that? Smashing Kolton's head in? Over and over? Are you that kind of person who really wants to hurt someone? You think that's funny? You're an effing idiot.



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RE: Biggest wins in history
Maybe SOT is actually Kolton Browing which is why he took it so personally.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
App 29
Furman 23

2005 semi finals

I'm surprised none of my App brothers have listed this game. If that fumble does not happen, if we don't win that game, we might not be the program that we are today.

That win was the starting point for a run that included a National Championship 3 peat and win vs #5 Michigan. If we don't beat Furman that day, that run does not exist. If we don't win that game, we might still be in the SoCon. KBS might still look the same today as it did that day.

This was the beginning of it all in my opinion.



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(01-04-2018 10:46 AM)southcharlotteapp Wrote:  App 29
Furman 23

2005 semi finals

I'm surprised none of my App brothers have listed this game. If that fumble does not happen, if we don't win that game, we might not be the program that we are today.

That win was the starting point for a run that included a National Championship 3 peat and win vs #5 Michigan. If we don't beat Furman that day, that run does not exist. If we don't win that game, we might still be in the SoCon. KBS might still look the same today as it did that day.

This was the beginning of it all in my opinion.




Ooooooo that was a good one. I was at that game. What a great memory that day was. Thanks for sharing the videos.

That was my last game for six years because I got married and moved to Indiana for the next five years starting that following summer. I hate that I missed all those games during the championship & Armanti years.

Side note: would any longtime App fans put any of the Wake Forest wins, or maybe the 1975 (or was it in '76?) win over South Carolina, over some which have already been listed?
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RE: Biggest wins in history
2005 playoff win over GS (down 19 with 17 minutes left, won by 11)
2008 win over Sam Houston - epic game (IMHO)
2012 win over UH - first FBS win
1981 and 1982 D2 National Championship games (I wasn't around TXST then but consider those big)

No particular order here. I was hoping others would add some.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
(01-04-2018 09:37 PM)Michael in Raleigh Wrote:  
(01-04-2018 10:46 AM)southcharlotteapp Wrote:  App 29
Furman 23

2005 semi finals

I'm surprised none of my App brothers have listed this game. If that fumble does not happen, if we don't win that game, we might not be the program that we are today.

That win was the starting point for a run that included a National Championship 3 peat and win vs #5 Michigan. If we don't beat Furman that day, that run does not exist. If we don't win that game, we might still be in the SoCon. KBS might still look the same today as it did that day.

This was the beginning of it all in my opinion.




Ooooooo that was a good one. I was at that game. What a great memory that day was. Thanks for sharing the videos.

That was my last game for six years because I got married and moved to Indiana for the next five years starting that following summer. I hate that I missed all those games during the championship & Armanti years.

Side note: would any longtime App fans put any of the Wake Forest wins, or maybe the 1975 (or was it in '76?) win over South Carolina, over some which have already been listed?

Yep, good call with that game. A freshman that year, didn't experience the the bad '04 season to really appreciate that game. I remember everyone was worried when Richie went down but Trey Elder made enough plays to pull through. I'd put this game at #6 with the other ones.
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RE: Biggest wins in history
1939 64-0 win over ECU
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RE: Biggest wins in history
1. First 1-AA national championship / got us on the map
2. Second 1-AA national championship / established credibility, excitement, loyalty and growth

The rest might not happen without 1 and 2

3. Florida win
4. ULM 2014 for the CC
5. Go Daddy Bowl
6. The rest of the four 1-AA / FCS NC's
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