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What was the highest scoring college football game ever recorded and what division was it?

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2005-10-24 16:46:24
2005-10-24 16:46:24

Georgia Tech beat I think Colgate 222-0 Georgia Tech beat Cumberland (TN) 222-0 on October 7, 1916.

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Georgia Tech beat Cumberland 222-1 in 1916. This is the highest score ever recorded for a college football game.

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