There have been several 0-0 ties in football history. Notre Dame and Army played to a 0-0 tie in 1946. The last scoreless tie in the NFL was on November 7, 1943 between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions. The Chicago Cardinals and the Chicago Bears played to a scoreless tie in an NFL game on November 26, 1925. =============================================================================== There has never been a scoreless tie in the Canadian Football League.
No. There have been many playoff games that went into overtime but none of them were scoreless. The lowest scoring playoff game in NFL history was in 1970 between the Lions and the Cowboys with the Cowboys winning 5-0.
3-2 against Mississippi state in 2008
Before the advent of overtime in college football, scoreless ties were not unheard of. In fact, the all-time series between VT and UNC includes five. The lowest scoring game with a winner would be 2-0. These were relatively common, happening about once per year. The last instance I can find of this was 12/6/58 when Miami (Fl) beat Oregon.
The lowest scoring lacrosse game in history is Switzerland defeating Norway 2-0 at the 2010 world championships.
2-0, a result that has occurred five times in NFL history, most recently 1938.
The lowest scoring game in NCAA history was between North Carolina and Pittsburgh in 1941. Their combined score was only 46.
Yes, but only one, in 1943.
The lowest game ever is hornets beat the pacers 5-2 in 2011
1 to 0
The lowest scoring game in the nba was in 1950 where the fort Wayne pistons beat the Minneapolis lakers 19-18 with only 4 baskets each, and after that game they came up with the shot clock, and the lowest scoring game with a shot clock was 62-57 where Boston beat Milwaukee.
11/26/07 Pittsburgh 3, Miami 0 Oddly, Pittsburgh was on the losing end of the previously lowest scoring game on Monday night vs. another Florida team, Jacksonville, 9-0 on 9/18/06.
it is a tie ahaha at 0
The Bulls scored 49 points against the Miami heat on 4/10/1999. This is the lowest scoring game by any team in NBA history.
The lowest scoring game in NBA history was on November 22,1950. Fort Wayne Pistons beat the Minneapolis Lakers 19-18 in Fort Wayne, Indiana
One run, with the lowest scoring game being 1-0.