College football is known for the epic blowout. Here's a look at the biggest blowouts since 2000.


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There will never be another blowout quite like Georgia Tech’s 222-0 win against Cumberland on Oct. 7, 1916. 


That doesn’t mean the modern age isn’t full of lopsided contests. According to StatsPass.com, a total of 96 teams have scored 70 points or more in a single game since 2000. That’s created a garden variety of blowouts. 

Here"s a look at some of the biggest blowouts since 2000: 


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No. 7 Kansas State 76, Ball State 0 (Sept. 16, 2000)

The Wildcats bolted out to a 48-0 halftime lead and scored seven rushing TDs in a win against the Cardinals. Kansas State outgained Ball State 514-51.


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No. 4Michigan 78, Rutgers 0 (Oct. 8, 2016)

Michigan beat Rutgers 78-0 in Big Ten play on Saturday, 13 years to the day No. 1 Oklahoma beat Texas A&M 77-0. It"s the biggest blowout between two power conference schools since 2000.


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Arkansas State 83, Texas Southern 10 (Sept. 6, 2008)

No. 6 Wisconsin 83, Indiana 20 (Nov. 13, 2010)

No. 10 TCU 82, Texas Tech 27 (Oct. 25, 2014)

West Virginia 80, Rutgers 7 (Nov. 3, 2001)

No. 2 Florida State 80, Idaho 14 (Nov. 23, 2013)

North Carolina 80, Old Dominion 20 (Nov. 23, 2013)

No. 19 Texas Tech 80, Sam Houston State 21 (Sept. 17, 2005)


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