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All the plays/players mentioned in this thread bring back great memories. I'll throw one in from a ways back. These are the recollections of an 8 year old kid, so the details may be a little fuzzy.
1979 UT-Notre Dame game. UT started well, but towards the end of the first half ND had some momentum and was driving for a score. On the goal line, ND ran a play for their All-American Vagas Ferguson, and he got absolutely stonewalled by Craig Puki. Big Mo then left ND and stayed with UT the rest of the way. Final: UT 40 ND 18
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This post was edited by 1stgame102376 17 months ago
I remember the Notre Dame game like it was yesterday, Jeremy Lincoln blocked the FG with his butt because he got through so unblocked that he overrun it! Helluva game and the game the season before against the Irish was just as good, just not the same great outcome. What made the "Miracle in South Bend" even better for me is because I had relatives in from Indiana who were Notre Dame fans, who late in the game kept saying, over & over & over, "it's ok we're still going to win because we got the luck of the Irish on our side"! hahaha! Those were the days.......,,.
watch the replay again Titan.. Ratliff fires off the line at the snap and pushes hard upfield, forcing the Olineman opposite him to step back and step on Stoerners foot. That is what causes Stoerner to stumble and fumble. Unbelievable effort play by Ratliff when, by all rights, the game was over..
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Lots of great plays mentioned but gotta go with Dale Jones and the interception against Bama. Al Wilson's game against Florida is a close seond.
"Never take for granted what it means to be a Volunteer." Peyton Manning
I have two plays by Dale Jones that are my favorites, the Bama interception, and the hit he put on Bo Jackson to put him on the sideline.
There are only four answers to any question: Yes, No, I don't know, or the Correct Answer.
The Goodrich play and Deon Grant int stand out in my mind.
Ratliff in 98 is my top. EB destroying Maze and Knowshon, and Al Wilson being Al Wilson. Those stick out to me.
Eriiiiccc Berrrrryyyyyy'sss pick 6 as a true freshman in the swamp against Tim Tebow! That was awesome
There is no doubt that Ratliff's rush caused the stumble, and therefore, the fumble.
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
plus 1+ i just knowed that night we was beat and the way it happen was just meant to be at the end of the game nearing,i was almost ready to cry and i thought we was doomed,to me that made history now looking back how important that fumble was.
without the fumble we wouldnt have been n-champion....for first time things went our way
reggie white-al wilson they was men among boys
Jackie Walker's interception of a pitchout against??? In the year??? Stands out in my mind
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