The 2017 college football season gave us plenty of amazing moments and fantastic finishes. From UCLA's record-setting comeback against Texas A&M to Ohio State's playoff hopes going down in flames at Iowa, there was never a lack of drama this year.
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With nearly 60 FBS games played each week of the season, however, it was easy to miss some underrated finishes and dominating performances.
Don't worry though; we're about to get you all caught up.
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From an exciting finish in Massachusets on an August Saturday ESPN dubbed "Week 0" to an absolute classic between Army and Navy on the last day of the regular season, here was each week's most underrated game.
Week 0: UMass vs. Hawai'i
Even though ESPN was showing two games that day, the network referred to the opening day of college football as "Week 0." Of the five games played on the last Saturday of August, this last-second thriller won by Hawai'i at UMass was clearly the game of the day.
Hawaii. Rainbow. WARRRRRRRIORRRRSSS pic.twitter.com/JLfXLab4WS
— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) August 27, 2017
Week 1: Baylor vs. Liberty
On a day in which Howard became the biggest point spread underdog to win outright (the Bison were a 45-point dog at UNLV), it was Liberty that pulled off an equally shocking upset. The Flames went to Waco and spoiled new Baylor coach Matt Rhule's debut with a stunning 48-45 win.
Week 2: Rutgers vs. Eastern Michigan
The Eagles secured their biggest win in program history when they knocked off the Scarlett Knights on the road 16-13. It was EMU's first win against a Big Ten squad in 39 tries and first victory over a Power-5 team in 59 attempts.
Week 3: Memphis vs. UCLA
In one of the most entertaining shootouts of the season, Memphis made its first push for a New Year's 6 bowl by outgunning the Bruins 48-45.
Week 4: Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Louisiana-Monroe
A combined 106 points were scored in this Sun Belt rivalry game that saw Warhawks' running back Caleb Evans rush for 5 touchdowns during his team's 56-50 double overtime win over the Ragin' Cajuns.
Week 5: LSU vs. Troy
The Tigers lost. At home. At night. To Troy.
Even today it's still hard to fathom the Trojans' 24-21 stunner over LSU in Death Valley, which was easily the biggest upset of the 2017 season and arguably the biggest non-conference win in Sun Belt history.
Week 6: Colorado vs. Arizona
Coming out of seemingly nowhere, Wildcats' QB Khalil Tate shredded the Buffaloes' defense for 327 yards rushing and 4 scores on just 14 carries. By the time the season was over, Tate was a legit Heisman contender.
Week 7: California vs. Washington State
The Cougars walked into Memorial Stadium with a perfect 6-0 record and #8 ranking.
It left with a 6-1 mark after scoring just a single field goal during a 37-3 Bears' stunner.
Week 8: TCU vs. Kansas
The Jayhawks raised (or lowered) the bar for football futility by gaining just 21 total offensive yards during a 43-0 blowout to the Horned Frogs.
Week 9: Rice vs. Louisiana Tech
The game was tied with just 60 seconds to play until the Bulldogs' Boston Scott ran two yards to make the score 35-28. When Trey Spencer returned a pass to the house just 24 seconds later, Louisiana Tech had finished off the Owls 42-28 with 14 points in the game's final minute.
Instead of highlights from that game, however, let's enjoy one of the most hilarious plays in quite possibly the history of college football featuring LA Tech during a week 2 showdown against Mississippi State.
Week 10: Old Dominion vs. Charlotte
In a game that set the sport of football back 100 years, Nick Rice nailed a pair of Monarchs' field goals to lead his squad to a terrifically boring 6-0 win.
We'll spare you the "highlights."
Week 11: Texas-San Antonio vs. UAB
The Blazers won the seventh of what would be an astounding eight games after a two-year hiatus from college football. Despite not playing a single down the past two years, the Blazers are bowl bound in 2017.
Week 12: Florida State vs. Delaware State
When week 12 rolled around, stunningly the only team in all of college football yet to cover the spread was Florida State. When it beat Delaware State 77-6 with a spread of -52.5, it looked like stubborn betters determined to make money on the Seminoles had finally covered.
That is until bettors were refunded after the game due to the coaches agreeing to shorten the clock from 15 minutes to 10 in the third and fourth quarters. Because the contest was not played for 55 minutes or longer, all bets were voided.
FSU would only cover twice during the entire season after routing Florida and UL Monroe the following two weeks.
Week 13: Illinois vs. Northwestern
The Wildcats completed a sneaky-good 9-3 season by whipping Illinois 42-7 on the road. Although Northwestern's loss to Duke back in September doesn't look so hot now, its only other losses were to then-#10 Wisconsin and #4 Penn State.
Week 14: New Mexico State vs. South Alabama
The Aggies finally reached bowl eligibility for the first time since 1960 (easily an FBS record) by knocking off the Jaguars at home 22-17. New Mexico State was rewarded with a trip to the Arizona Bowl to take on Utah State.
Week 15: Army vs. Navy
The only game in town came down to a long field goal through the swirling snowflakes of Philadelphia. When the kick just barely missed, the Black Knights had defeated Navy for the second year in a row and brought home the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the first time since 1996.