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Sunday, October 16th 2005


The greatest game ever played? A little short of that. I’ll call it, the second greatest regular season game ever played after Boston College’s 47 to 45 win over Miami on Flutie’s pass. Even better than ‘The Game’ when the Stanford band ran on the field during Cal’s remarkable kick off return to win the game. That is simply because of the stakes here. Two top 10 teams, in one of the greatest rivalries in college, slugging it out.

What incredible guts to decide that game on one play…no overtime. I like it.

USC’s Matt Leinart (11) is pushed into the endzone by his own teammate Reggie Bush (5) for the game winning touchdown with :03 to play. A field goal attempt would have tied the game and sent it into overtime.