Possibly the greatest game in college football history.
From the Heisman controversy, where many believed that Vince Young should have won the Heisman over Reggie Bush, to the Trojans' quest at winning a third straight national championship, this game had it all. This game was even legendary Keith Jackson's last game as a college football announcer!
While the game went back and forth throughout, the fourth quarter was truly legendary. Reggie Bush reached the end zone for the first time to open the period, giving the Trojans a 31-23 lead.
After the Longhorns made the lead five, Matt Lineart found Dwyane Jarrett, giving the Trojans a 12-point lead with 6:42 remaining. This is when Vince Young came alive.
Young scored on a 17-yard touchdown run with just over four minutes remaining, making the lead five once more.
With a 4th-and-2 on their 45-yard line and only 2:09 remaining, Pete Carroll gambled and lost, giving Young over two minutes to score the game-winning touchdown.
After methodically moving his Longhorns down the field, Young scored on one of the most iconic plays in college football history. I'll let you watch and hear Keith Jackson's call.
In the end, the Longhorns won this epic game 41-38, stunning the pro-USC crowd.