VIDEO: Boise State's 2007 Fiesta Bowl Upset Win Over Oklahoma Recreated With Legos is Incredible

Can you really call yourself a college football fan (or sports fan in general) if you don't remember the extraordinary 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl between the Oklahoma Sooners and Boise State Broncos? The clash wasn't nearly as hyped as it should have been and truly delivered one of the most spectacular finishes in CFB history. In case you were wondering, yes, we do have footage of the miracle win by Boise St. And, somehow, it's even better recreated with legos.


The Broncos appeared to be done for when Sooners cornerback Marcus Walker intercepted a Jared Zabransky pass and returned it for a touchdown to put the Sooners ahead 35-28 with roughly a minute remaining. However, on fourth and 18 on the ensuing drive, Zabransky hit Drisan James, who managed to lateral to Jerard Rabb, who scurried in untouched for a touchdown with less than 10 seconds remaining in regulation. 

And the overtime managed to almost topped the final minute of regulation's historic finish.

Boise answered an Adrian Peterson rushing TD with a fourth-down TD pass from Vinny Perretta to Derek Schouman. Of course, the Broncos went for the victory.

Zabransky faked a pass, then handed the ball behind his back to tailback Ian Johnson, who raced into the end zone for the two-point conversion and the DUB.

Nearly 12 years later and it still never gets old.