The Top 5 Biggest Point Spread Upsets In The History Of The BCS

Everyone loves an upset, right? After all, it wouldn’t be fun if the favorites won every time. Well, in honor of underdogs everywhere we are going to recount the the five biggest upsets since the inception of the BCS.

5. 1999 Rose Bowl — UCLA vs Wisconsin
Spread: UCLA -9.5
Result: Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31

How it happened: This one was a shootout, with 1,035 total yards of offense, shattering the previous Rose Bowl record at the time. Cade McNown led the Bruins aerial attack, but made a crucial mistake in the fourth quarter by throwing pick-six that dug UCLA too deep of a hole. Ron Dayne paced the Badgers on the ground with four rushing touchdowns.

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