The USC Trojans' winning streak had reached the mid 30s, and they seemed to be unstoppable; however, in late 2005, the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame gave USC the biggest scare possible. The Irish tried everything from wearing green jerseys to growing the grass extra tall, but it was still not enough. I still remember where I was and what I was doing during the end of that game and the big fourth down play...Leinart to Jarrett. Moments later, one of the most renowned plays ever in college football history occurred: the "Bush Push." Matt Leinart was supposed to spike the ball to stop the clock, but he didn't. His friend and teammate Reggie Bush told him to go for it, Leinart did, Bush pushed, and the rest is history! I consider this the second-greatest game I have seen.
For those who want to relive the final drive of that classic game, click the link below...still incredible and spine chilling.