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At Yankee Stadium

Game Of The Century II

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This game ranks up there with the great ones of the ages, and it was one of the most anticipated ones. Notre Dame, with its veteran players having returned from the war, was undefeated, and in turn the Cadets hadn't tasted defeat since Navy had whipped them way back in 1943. So it was Paradise for the scalpers in the Bronx on that cold November afternoon. And in a way both teams were a bit lucky to escape with a tie. Notre Dame's coach Frank Leahy passed up a chip shot field goal early in the game, telling his kicker Fred Earley that "three points will never win this game." And only a lunging Johnny Lujack tackle of a breakaway sprint by Doc Blanchard prevented a fourth quarter Army touchdown. Neither Leahy nor Army coach Red Blaik claimed any jubilation over the outcome.

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