i think 106 - 0 in 1890 against Whitewater Normal School (now it's University of Wisconsin-Whitewater) but the big ten championship on Dec 1, 2012 (70 - 31) has to be up there in more recent years.
Not as of 2008.
Penn state over Wis 36 to 33
because of all the running
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The "Big House"College Football Stadium at Michigan Seats 107,501. Ohio State's College Football Stadium seats About 109,000 .
I'm not much of a football fan but @ people scoring 3 goals is a big deal. But unfortunately I think if 2 people score a hat-trick in the same match the nothing really happens except it being mentioned on the news and in conversation.
Lots of American college football teams participate in The Big Game and some of these colleges include Stanford, California, San Francisco, and Berkeley.
Here is part of an answer from another Football question about the origins or the beginning of the game. We don't really know how big the first ancient football pitch was. In 1863 the English invented football and set out specifcations for size of a football pitch.
You can show your support at a football game if you will be there, cheer your favorite team and bring a banner with you, a big banner showing how you love the team.
Ton reflects the milestone. For any player scoring 100 in any format of the game is a big achievement.