Have you ever seen a college football game go into SEVEN overtimes? It happened on Saturday for the fourth time in FBS history.

Western Michigan finally defeated Buffalo 71-68 in the seventh overtime. In addition to being tied for the longest FBS game (the other seven-OT games: Arkansas-Ole Miss in 2001, Arkansas-Kentucky in 2003 and North Texas-FIU in 2006), it was the highest-scoring game ever.

There were 139 points and 19 touchdowns.

Plus, there was this crazy moment in the first overtime where a Western Michigan player's sister ran onto the field to congratulate him after he scored a touchdown to tie it up. Apparently, she thought the game was over when it wasn't, and she was escorted out of the stadium.

Here's how the game ended - imagine how tired all of these guys were at this point:

SO MUCH FOOTBALL.

Both teams deserve a pat on the back after that one.

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