This week? That place was UB Stadium in Buffalo.
Western Michigan and Buffalo are now in a very tight #MACtion matchup in Western New York.
Arkansas 71, Kentucky 63 in 2003.
Despite our new best friend's heroic efforts in grabbing that TD, then getting mobbed by his sister on national TV, it went on for six additional overtimes after the hug.
139 - Combined points, the most for a game in FBS history. Unfortunately for her, and Western Michigan, it was not. Little did anybody know that less than half of the game's scoring would actually be done in regulation.
Western Michigan managed to beat Buffalo in a seven-overtime odyssey on Saturday, but the weirdest play came in the first OT, when tight end Donnie Ernsberger caught a 14-yard touchdown pass to potentially extend the game to a second overtime. After tying the game again, it became a family affair as Ernsberger's sister rushed on field to celebrate.
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Tupelo's Chris Stratton made one last pitch to be in the San Francisco Giants' rotation next spring. Buddy Baumann got the win to improve to 2-1 while Brad Hand notched his 21st save of the season.
After that unexpected drama, the game was still a long way from being over. Buffalo fumbled and Western Michigan missed a field goal in the third.
It's not often a football team scores 71 points, and has to rally on its last possession.
Both teams scored touchdowns in the second overtime period.
Buffalo converted on a 25-yard field goal before the Broncos (4-2, 2-0 MAC) scored in just four plays in the seventh overtime.
Here's the real score: Someday, they'll look back knowing they participated in one of the most entertaining games in the history of college football.
The two teams combined for 139 total points, breaking the record set of 137 set by Pitt and Syracuse previous year.