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College football's top 50 games of the 2020 season, 25-1

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Indiana upsets Penn State as Penix scores 2-point conversion by inches (1:06)

In overtime, Indiana gets within one on a touchdown before Michael Penix scores a 2-point conversion by inches to upset Penn State. (1:06)

The 2020-21 college football season was arduous and frustrating for any number of reasons. But it still produced its share of incredible games and truly college football moments. Let's relive them by taking a look at the rest of the top 50 games of this strange season. (Here's Nos. 50-26.)

25. USC 34, Arizona 30 (Nov. 14)
24. USC 28, Arizona State 27 (Nov. 7)
23. USC 43, UCLA 38 (Dec. 12)

USC milked the most possible drama out of a short season, saving its backside with late scores in each of its first two games, then its main rivalry game to boot.

In the Pac-12's first 9 a.m. kickoff, the Trojans found themselves trailing Arizona State late, 27-14. But Bru McCoy caught a deflected 26-yard score on fourth-and-13 with 2:52 left, then recovered the ensuing onside kick. Quickly facing another fourth down, Kedon Slovis turned to the monstrous Drake London, who capped a 125-yard day with the go-ahead score.