A quadruple doink, Saban vs. Kiffin and college football’s best games of 2020: 50-26

    Bill Connelly is a staff writer for ESPN.com.

The 2020 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 top 50 games of this strange season, starting with Nos. 50-26:

50. Buffalo 70, Kent State 41 (Nov. 28)

No one did a better job of turning a half-season into a whole one than Buffalo’s Jaret Patterson, who carved out an incredible 1,072 yards and 19 touchdowns in six games. Of course, it helps when, a week after you torched Bowling Green for 301 on 31 carries, you one-up yourself with 409 yards and eight scores against a much better Kent State.

Patterson came up 18 yards short of Samaje Perine’s single-game record for rushing yards, and he could have had it, too, had he not asked out of the game, exhausted, and watched backup Kevin Marks score the final touchdown.

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