College Football 2011 Season: Top Games Include Air Force, Colorado And Colorado State

With the 2011 college football season over, it's time to break down the top 100 games of the season. Luckily for us, SB Nation's Bill Connelly has done all the hard work for us and has offered us the best games of the 2011 college football season.


The highest-ranked local game is the Air Force Falcons' loss to the Toledo Rockets in the Military Bowl. It comes in at No. 13 because the Falcons lost the game by not converting the two-point conversion.

The Colorado Buffaloes made it twice, and both games were losses. The collapse against the Washington St. Cougars came in at No. 96 while Paul Richardson's 11-catch, 271-yard performance against Cal in an overtime loss was No. 61.

The Colorado St. Rams appeared once with its 35-34 win over the Utah State Aggies. It was the No. 86 game of the season.

The Boise St. Broncos made three appearances: No. 66 was Boise State's Las Vegas Bowl victory over Utah, closing out Kellen Moore's wildly successful college career; No. 28 was Boise's opening season victory over the Georgia Bulldogs; and No. 10 was Boise missing the field goal against TCU and losing a perfect record.

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