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About halfway through the fourth quarter, Sam Hartman connects with Rico Flores Jr. on a 2-yard touchdown to give Notre Dame a 14-10 lead over Ohio State.
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With less than one minute to play in the first half, the Notre Dame defense comes up with a big stop on third down to hold Ohio State to a field goal.
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OSU tops Notre Dame
A clutch fourth-quarter drive led by Sam Hartman and a stellar Irish defensive performance fall just short against the Buckeyes, falling 17-14 on a last-second goal-line touchdown.
DeaMonte Trayanum scores a 1-yard touchdown up the middle as time expires to secure a thrilling walk-off victory for Ohio State over Notre Dame in South Bend.
Trailing by four points with just three seconds remaining, Ohio State’s DeaMonte Trayanum scores a walk-off touchdown to hand Notre Dame its first loss of the season as the Buckeyes remain unbeaten.
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An emotional Ryan Day gives credit to the physicality of QB Kyle McCord and the grittiness of his entire Ohio State team in the Buckeyes comeback win over Notre Dame in South Bend.
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord reflects on the team’s physical, exciting win over Notre Dame in South Bend and what he was thinking as he led the Buckeyes on a game-winning drive.
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord stepped up in a big way against Notre Dame, finishing 21 of 37 for 240 yards, including leading a game-winning drive as time expired.
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