Named one of the greatest college football plays ever, the "Bush Push" led USC to a 34-31 win over Notre Dame in South Bend.
On the last play of the game, Pete Carroll signaled to Matt Leinart to spike the ball and stop the game. The gesture was merely a decoy. Carroll had really told Leinart to go for the touchdown. Leinart, opting to keep the ball, tried to sneak into the end zone. When he was stopped by a group of Irish players, Bush pushed him into the end zone for the winning score.