You list "the Catch" as your historical moment. I would agree but I did not attend that game. If speaking in terms of a moment seen "live", the most thrilling, for me, was an Alley Oop from Brodie to Owens against Detroit. It was played at Kezar and the catch provided a 49er win with just seconds to play. A close second was watching Willie Mays hit his 600th homer, being, at the time, only the second man to do so. It may be interesting for your blog members to recount their most thrilling moments. I suppose the Alley Oop impressed me so much due to my age. I was in my mid teens and thought I'd never see the like again. I'd bet many of our great sports memories are clouded by age.