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At Michigan State

Game Of The Century III

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This epic battle between the two top teams in the land matched the storied 1946 Army game as perhaps the most anticipated regular season game in Notre Dame's history. Both teams were juggernauts, with the Irish having smashed eight opponents by an average score of 38 to 3, and the Spartans having won nine games to the tune of 32 to 10. Playing at home, Michigan State jumped out to a 10-0 lead, but after backup QB Coley O'Brien led Notre Dame back to an early fourth quarter tie, the Great War settled into trench warfare, with no additional scoring. The last laugh, however, came the following week, when the Irish clobbered their old rivals from Southern Cal by 51 to 0, a rout which was impressive enough to cement their hold on top of all the national polls.

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