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1. Bush Push

Matt Leinart scores with some help

Oct. 15, 2005: Who can forget the "Bush Push"? On the last play of a thrilling, back-and-forth contest between top-ranked, two-time defending national champion USC and No. 9 Notre Dame, Matt Leinart tried to sneak in for the go-ahead score from the Fighting Irish's 1-yard line. But a first surge of the Irish defense stopped him short. Then came Reggie Bush from behind with an extra push, and Leinart fell into the end zone for the winning TD. The controversial final play was set up by a fourth-and-9 completion to Dwayne Jarrett that went for 61 yards and reached the Notre Dame 13-yard line. And, on the play before Bush's push, Notre Dame fans stormed the field believing they had won after Leinart fumbled out of bounds.

-- Ted Miller