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Has there ever been an NFL or college football game where the final score was 0-0?


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2016-11-30 02:59:25
2016-11-30 02:59:25

0-0 Football Game In 1942, the Army vs. Notre Dame football game finished in a 0-0 tie. To this day it still holds the record as the largest crowd to ever attend a college football game in the state of New York. (It was played at Yankee Stadium). Go Army! Beat Navy! Beat Notre Dame!

1939 UCLA vs USC 0-0 tie.

In 1925, the Chicago Bears signed Harold "Red" Grange to a $100,000 contract and the former University of Illinois star almost single-handedly carried the NFL to a new level. Grange's first game is one of the most memorable in the history of the league as 36,000 fans pack Wrigley Field to see Grange's Chicago Bears battle the Chicago Cardinals to a 0-0 tie.


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