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Our goal: to assemble a listing of college audio clips from some of the biggest games in NCAA football, basketball, and baseball history. It may be from the team's radio broadcast or from the TV broadcast. If you've got a link, share it with us below. Not sure what we're talking about? Preview the clips below, and perhaps that will help you better understand what we're looking for.

#1 Illinois (64) at Ohio State (65) - March 6, 2005
Illinois attempted to become the first Big Ten team in 29 years to go undefeated throughout the entire basketball season but came up one game short. It was a hard-fought game from the start, and the Buckeyes did not commit a turnover in the second half. Ohio State's Matt Sylvester capped off a career day by hitting a 3-pointer from the right wing with five seconds left, giving OSU a one-point lead. The Illini's final attempt came up short, and Ohio State pulled the biggest upset of the 2004-2005 season.
CBS TV broadcast - link courtesy

#11 Iowa (30) vs #12 LSU (25) - January 1, 2005
After LSU overcame a 12-point deficit in the final eight minutes of the game to take the lead with forty-six seconds left, Iowa sophomore QB Drew Tate fired a 56-yard touchdown pass to senior WR Warren Holloway as time expired to give the Hawkeyes the Capital One Bowl victory.
NOTE: Scroll to 3:20 for game-winning score.
Iowa radio broadcast - link courtesy

#20 Florida (31) at Mississippi State (38) - October 23, 2004
Bulldog RB Jerious Norwood raced 37 yards with just over a half-minute remaining to down #20 Florida 38-31. The victory was the biggest of Sylvester Croom's first year in Starkville and led to the firing of Gator coach Ron Zook the following week.
MSU radio broadcast - link courtesy

#4 LSU (9) at #14 Auburn (10) - September 18, 2004
Down 9-3 with under eight minutes to play, the Auburn Tigers went on a 12-play, 59-yard drive against the previously unbeaten and defending national champion LSU Tigers. QB Jason Campbell hit WR Courtney Taylor in the endzone for a 16-yard touchdown catch, tying the game at 9. Auburn missed the extra point on the first try, just as LSU had done earlier in the game. But Nick Saban's squad was called for a penalty, and Auburn attempted the kick again, this time converting and taking a 10-9 lead with just more than a minute to go. Auburn held on for the one-point victory.
CBS TV broadcast - link courtesy

#2 Ohio State (10) at Purdue (6) - November 9, 2002
After winning their first ten games of the season, Ohio State and QB Craig Krenzel found themselves in danger of losing the Big Ten title and a trip to the Fiesta Bowl late in the fourth quarter at Purdue. On fourth down with less than two minutes remaining, Krenzel stepped up and hit WR Michael Jenkins in the endzone for a 37-yard touchdown, giving OSU a 10-6 lead with just over 1:30 to go. The Buckeye defense preserved the victory, and OSU went on to win the final three games of the season, including the national title game over Miami in the Fiesta Bowl.
ABC TV broadcast - link courtesy

#4 Florida State (20) at Louisville (26) [OT] - September 26, 2002
Playing in a monsoon for most of the evening in front of a Thursday night ESPN television audience, UL RB Henry Miller dashed in for a 25 yard TD on the second play of overtime as the Cardinals took down #4 Florida State...and then took down the goalposts.
ESPN TV broadcast - link courtesy

#12 Michigan (51) at #21 Northwestern (54) - November 4, 2000
Michigan and Northwestern fought back and forth throughout the day, but when NU's Damien Anderson dropped what would have been a touchdown with just over 1:30 left, it looked as if the game was over. That wasn't the case, however, because the Wolverines' Anthony Thomas fumbled the ball as UM was trying to run out the clock, leaving Northwestern with 46 seconds and 30 yards to capture the win. After two completions to move the 'Cats to the 12 yard line, QB Zak Kustok hit WR Sam Simmons coming across the middle, putting NU on top for good. A final-second Michigan field goal was botched, setting off a huge celebration in Evanston.
NOTE: Scroll to 2:10 for game-winning score.
Northwestern radio broadcast - link courtesy

Northwestern (47) at #7 Wisconsin (44) [2OT] - Sep. 23, 2000
After three close calls that ended in wins to start the season, Wisconsin finally found a team that wouldn't give in. Northwestern went in to Madison, kicked a field goal as time expired to send the game to overtime, matched UW's touchdown in the first extra period, and scored another touchdown in the second overtime to win the game. That victory sparked a three-game NU win streak, and the Wildcats went on to win eight games in 2000.
NOTE: Scroll to 4:48 for game-winning score.
Northwestern radio broadcast - link courtesy

Auburn (8) at Florida State (7) - May 24, 1997
In a winner's bracket game in the 1997 East Regional in Tallahassee, second-seeded Auburn mounted a rally after falling behind 7-1 heading into the 7th. The Tigers trimmed the deficit to two heading into the bottom of the ninth when David Ross, playing due to a teammate's injury, stepped to the plate with two on, two strikes, and two outs and drilled the game-winning homerun. Top-seeded FSU beat Auburn in game one the next day before the Tigers prevailed in game two and advanced to the 1997 CWS.
Auburn radio broadcast - link courtesy

Florida State (8) at Mississippi State (11) - 1990 South II Regional
A winner's bracket game pitted the home Bulldogs against the visiting Seminoles in the 1990 South II NCAA Baseball Regional. Down three runs in the ninth, MSU loaded the bases before Burke Masters came to the plate. With the winning run waiting on second, Masters slammed a 3-1 pitch over the left field wall to give the Bulldogs the 11-8 victory. Florida State came back to win game one the next day, but Mississippi State prevailed in game two 4-3 and advanced to the 1990 College World Series.
MSU radio broadcast - link courtesy

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