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highlights of a great game in spartan stadium between the notre dame fighting irish and the msu spartans
Michigan State drops dick on Notre Dame
It's a fake? More like it's a trap! Admiral Ackbar sensed something was amiss when Michigan State lined up for the field goal. Michigan State went for the fake field goal to beat ND in overtime 34-31.
The gamewinning score in overtime as Michigan State beats Notre dame 34-31 Go Spartans!!!
I STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU WATCH THIS FULLSCREEN AND IN HD This is a frame-by-frame analysis of the overtime fake field goal by Michigan State on 18 September 2010 against Notre Dame. It demonstrates that the snap came 12 frames, or 1/5 (0.2) seconds after the play clock ran out. YES I FUCKED UP AND PUT PUNT INSTEAD OF FIELD GOAL IN THE TITLE CARD IT'S 3AM LEAVE ME ALONE
Watch highlights of Michigan State's 34-31 OT win over Notre Dame.
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MSU knocks off Notre Dame in overtime. I do not own anything.
It seems only fitting that my 300th video would cover this game. GO BLUE!
Site: South Bend, Ind. (Notre Dame Stadium) Score: Michigan 28, Notre Dame 24 Records: UM (2-0), Notre Dame (1-1) Attendance: 80795 (sellout) ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson (Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach HS) scored on a two-yard rush with 27 seconds remaining to give the University of Michigan football team a 28-24 victory over the Fighting Irish on Saturday (Sept. 11) at Notre Dame Stadium. For the second season in a row, the Wolverines mounted a comeback in the final minute over the Irish, this time behind the legs and arms of Robinson, who accounted for 502 of the team's 532 yards of total offense, finishing with 258 yards rushing on 28 carries and 244 yards passing (24-for-40) and one touchdown. Robinson is only the ninth quarterback in FBS history to gain more than 200 yards passing and 200 yards rushing in the same game. He also scored on an 87-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, the longest rushing touchdown in the history of Notre Dame Stadium, the second-longest run all-time by an opponent against Notre Dame and the sixth-longest scoring play from scrimmage in Michigan history.
Rich Rodriguez and Denard Robinson after Michigan beat Notre Dame 28-24.
E3 2010: NCAA FOOTBALL 11 - MICHIGAN STATE @ NOTRE DAME
Highlights from the college football game between Michigan State and Notre Dame on 9/12/1998. This game was the second night game played at Spartan Stadium.
ND and Michigan both played a good game but notre dame pulled out ahead. sadly michael floyd broke his collarbone in this game.
I am Gerrymacfan45, I just created a different account just for my Notre Dame videos. Subcribe and rate them please. I will have a video for every game. Feel free to check my other account out as well.
Notre Dame finally reclaims Notre Dame Stadium against the Spartans. No more of this Spartan Stadium South bull, this is our house!!!!
The ND Fighting Irish beat the MSU Spartans in a rivalry classic, 33-30, at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, IN on September 19, 2009.
HIghlights of Notre Dame vs MSU with the irish pulling off a 33-30 win against the spartans. Song: 1000 good intentions Artist: Rise Against ND highlights every week so subscribe!
This is similar to my ND vs. Nevada video. It includes a little from the beginning of the concert at Bond Hall, the Alma Mater and the Victory March in the main building, and some of the march to the Stadium. Inside the Stadium, I took videos of the Band and the Team exiting the tunnel. The video concludes with a series of still pictures I took set to a selection played by part of the Band of the Fighting Irish earlier in the day.
The Players walk from the Basilica was amazing. The positive energy permeated the air. It was the best primer for a home game. Notre Dame vs Michigan State 2009 Players walk from the Basilica
one of the best college football post game traditions in the sport.
Tate Forcier leads the Michigan Wolverines down the field as they attempt to take the lead from the Irish
Post-game reaction from Michigan's upset victory over No. 18 Notre Dame at Michigan Stadium.
2009 Notre Dame at Michigan, Last drive of Wolverines Starring: QB Tate Forcier WR Greg Mathews .. and Odoms, Savoy and other members of Michigan football team. Drive summary, started at 2:19 from the time, with Fighting Irish trying to save their 34-31 lead: 2:19 Forcier pass to G. Mathews - 9 yard gain 1:55 B. Minor rush - 5 yard gain 1:35 Forcier rus - 5 yard loss 1:19 Forcier pass to M. Odoms - 11 yard gain 0:57 Forcier pass to M. Odoms - 8 yard gain 0:40 Forcier pass to L. Savoy - 6 yard gain 0:30 Forcier pass to L. Savoy - 18 yard gain 0:22 Forcier incomplete pass - dropped 0:16 Forcier pass to G. Mathews - 5 yard, TOUCHDOWN; J. Olesnavage PAT ok
Part 1 of 2 2003 Michigan Wolverines Starting Lineups... OFFENSE: Split End - Braylon Edwards Split End - Calvin Bell Split End - Steve Breaston Left Tackle - Adam Stevanich Left Guard - David Baas Center - Dave Pearson Right Guard - Matt Lentz Right Tackle - Tony Pape Tight End - Andy Mignery Tight End - Tim Massaquoi Flanker - Jason Avant Flanker - Tyrece Butler Flanker - Tim Massaquoi Flanker - Andy Mignery Quarterback - John Navarre Tailback - Chris Perry Fullback - Kevin Dudley Fullback - Braylon Edwards DEFENSE: Defensive Tackle - Grant Bowman Defensive Tackle - Leon Hall Defensive Tackle - Norman Heuer Defensive End - Pat Massey Defensive End - LaMarr Woodley Defensive End - Alain Kashama Outside Linebacker - Pierre Woods Inside Linebacker - Lawrence Reid Cornerback - Jeremy LeSeur Cornerback - Leon Hall Cornerback - Marcus Curry Strong Safety - Marlin Jackson Strong Safety - Willis Barringer Strong Safety - Jacob Stewart Free Safety - Ernest Shazor Free Safety - Jacob Stewart Free Safety - Ernest Shazor Free Safety - Jon Shaw
I stumbled across this video in my house about a month ago and couldn't believe I still had any footage from this game left. Following a thumping of Michigan in South Bend, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish countered by winning yet again in East Lansing to make it 14 out of the last 17 in Spartan Stadium for the Irish, winning 31-24
Michigan State Spartans defeats Notre Dame at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis in 1979 to advance to the Elite Eight. Jud Heathcote clearly demonstrates his baskeball superiority against Digger Phelps in this matchup. Magic Johnson and Greg Kelser prove too much for the Irish. Game action provided by Dick Enberg and Al McGuire
Bonus footage from the infamous Mike Valenti rant after the Michigan State-Notre Dame football game from 2006.
"Mark May's intelligence"
This is little snippets from the student section taken during the ND game, sorry its so choppy but the drunk guy behind me kept slamming into me. Go State! PS: I don't own the fight song
ND vs MSU at Spartan Stadium. White-out 2008, and Javon Ringer runs wild for 201 yards.
Notre Dame vs Michigan State Highlights Weekly ND highlights...no matter if they lose or win! Go IRISH!!!!!!!! Subscribe to: www.youtube.com
2006 Mike Valenti (97.1 FM Detroit) Michigan St-Notre Dame rant Part 1 (audio only). You Tube limited the upload to 10 minutes so I had to break it up into two parts.
New coach Tyrone Willingham and former walk-on QB Pat Dillingham travel to East Lansing to take on the Spartans.
Highlights from the Sunday morning replay. Ray Scott on play-by-play with Paul Hornung as commentator. Tyrone Willingham holds kicks for the MSU Spartans.
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Michigan State @ Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. (Spartan Stadium South). OUR HOUSE!
Michigan State players celebrate with the band and fans after beating Notre Dame in South Bend for the sixth straight year. The victory improved the Spartans record to 4-0, while Notre Dame dropped to 0-4 for the first time in school history. The loss was the sixth straight for the Irish, dating back to last season. In that span, Notre Dame has been outscored 218-65, has allowed at least 31 points in each game, and has lost by at least 17 points in each game. Charlie Weis is now 1-2 against Michigan State, despite promising fans that Notre Dame would never lose to the Spartans on his watch.
Tim Brown has a great day against the Spartans and gets on everyone's Heisman radar with his two punt returns for touchdowns.
Michigan State celebrates after defeating the Irish in South Bend for the fourth consecutive game in 2003.
Notre Dame beat Michigan State 40-37 in an amazing 4th quarter comeback. Included are hi-lites of the game.
Charlie Weis lie about being "slapped in the face" by an MSU player, which causd offsetting penalties. If you to to 1:09 you can clearly see him saying "I got slapped in the face." Clearly Notre Dame will do anything for a win.
Notre Dame fights back and has an amazing 4th quarter. Go Irish!!
Michigan State Spartans vs Notre Dame Football 2005
Back up quaterback Pat Dillingham completes a long touchdown to Arnez Battle late in the game against Michigan State
Immediately following a recovery of a Michigan funble, Jarious Jackson completes a remarkable touchdown pass after stumbling out of the snap from center.
Remember the last time Michigan won in South Bend ? I do. Here is the last minute of that game. Thank You REMY HAMILTON !!!! Go Blue.
#1 Notre Dame vs. #2 Michigan State in one of the most epic battles in college football history. Played on the final weekend of the regular season in November 1966 in East Lansing. Michigan State strikes first late in the 1st quarter with a big pass completion from Jimmy Raye to Gene Washington. The Spartans cash it in for a touchdown early in the 2nd quarter, to go up 7-0. Special thanks to KH for combining the color film with the original national radio broadcast. Jim Morse & Frank Sweeney describe the action.