Play Of The Week: Nation's Longest College Football Winning Streak Ended

Division III No. 1 Wisconsin-Whitewater entered Saturday without a loss in its last 46 games, including three straight national championships. That was the most dominant active streak in college football. Past tense, because Buffalo State's defense held on just long enough for a wild hook-and-ladder play that set up the road underdogs' streak-killing touchdown:

That made for 7-6, and now the D3 bullies have to start all over again. The local perspective on what very well could go down as the year's biggest upset in all of football:

Think University at Buffalo going on the road and beating Alabama.

Yes, it was that big.

"This was the biggest win in Buffalo State football history," coach Jerry Boyes said. "This shows us what we are capable of, and now we need to build on this."

Video ht Pete Roussel

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