The October 7, 1916, American football game between the Georgia Tech Engineers and the Cumberland College Bulldogs (now Cumberland University) was the most-lopsided game in the history of college football. Georgia Tech won, 222-0.
56-0 victory over the Green Bay Packers
The Vikings most lopsided win was a 51-3 victory over the Cleveland Browns, 11/9/69.
ANSWER Centre College's 1921 upset of Harvard is currently ranked No. 2 in an ESPN Online poll of "greatest college football upsets." At last tally, the "Praying Colonels" victory over a Crimson team that was undefeated in five years pulled in 28.3 percent of votes, second only to Kansas State's 2003 upset of Oklahoma.
Reagan beat Mondale in the 1984 election. Reagan's victory was one of the most lopsided in US history- he took 525 of the 538 electoral votes, and had almost 60% of the popular vote.
Superbowl XXIV against the 49ers. The Broncos lost 55-10.
The term "blowout" refers to a lopsided victory. In the US, it's applied to practically any game or sport in which one athlete or team seriously outscores the other. There's no hard-and-fast rule as to what constitutes a blowout, but the term is seldom used in the NFL unless the margin of victory is three touchdowns or more..
The Hogwired website is dedicated to the Arkansas Razorbacks college football team. They are called the Razorbacks since 1909 when their coach called the team "a wild band of Razorback hogs" after a memorable victory.
The noun is one word: "blowout." This has several meanings, including a tire explosion and a lopsided victory in sports.
Admiral Dewey's victory at Manila Bay was a morale booster and set the trend for future lopsided wins.