For me it would either be the 1997 loss vs WVU or the 2010 WVU loss. Just personal reasons. Both games were ours to win. Also think back to that 1997 game and just how many NFL players were out on that field for either team. Here are some of the other losses that would be nice to have back. 1987 loss to ULM for the I-AA National Championship 1991 loss to Youngstown St for the I-AA National Championship 1993 loss to NCST (We were robbed) 1993 loss to Youngstown St for the I-AA National Championship 1994 loss to Boise St in the I-AA Semi-finals 1995 loss to Montana for the I-AA National Championship 1997 loss to Ole Miss in the Motor City Bowl 1998 loss to Bowling Green that prevented an undefeated season 2000 loss to Michigan St (only lost by 10. 24-34) 2000 loss to UNC (only lost by 5. 15-20) 2001 loss to Western Michigan for the MAC Championship 2002 loss to Toledo (only conference loss that year) 2003 loss to Tennessee 2004 loss to Akron (wasn't this the Charlie Fry game) 2004 loss to Ohio State 2004 loss to Georgia 2004 loss to Cincinnati in the Fort Worth Bowl (Pruett's final game) 2005 loss to KState at home 2005 loss to UCF (first loss to them) 2006 loss to UCF (we lost 22-23 with McG and McConaughey on the sidelines) 2007 loss to New Hampshire (this was just plain embarrassing) 2012 loss to ECU in double OT 2013 loss to VT in triple OT 2013 loss to MTSU (lost 49-51 on that last drive) 2013 loss to Rice in the CUSA Championship 2014 loss to WKU that ended a perfect season 2015 loss to MTSU in triple OT 2017 loss to NCST 2017 loss to FAU (I believe this was Chase's 3 INT game) 2018 loss to NCST 2018 loss to VT 2019 loss to Charlotte (knocked us out of the title game) 2019 loss to UCF Maybe you have another loss in mind that for some reason or another still sticks in your mind.