Notre Dame's Third Game of the Century (1966 vs. Michigan St.)

In November 1966, 8-0 Notre Dame traveled to Spartan Stadium for a matchup with 9-0 Michigan State. Dubbed the “Game of the Century,” the contest ended in a 10-10 tie, and much debate was made about head coach Ara Parseghian’s end of game strategy. In this video, Terry Hanratty (’69), George Goeddeke (’67), Rocky Bleier (’68) and Bob Gladieux (’69) reflect upon the legendary game and Parseghian shares his thoughts on the controversial finish.

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