The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have been on upset alert against the Virginia Cavaliers today and it’s literally come down to last seconds on the clock. Backup quarterback DeShone Kizer had to come in the game after Malik Zaire went down with an injury in the fourth quarter.
His team was trailing 27-26 with a minute left in the game. It looked like the team would have to settle for a last-second long field goal to win the game. That is until Kizer connected with Will Fuller from 39 yards out for a beautiful game-winning touchdown.
NOTRE DAME TAKES THE LEAD! http://t.co/7CGGz0bLqz
— College Football Hi (@CFBHighlights1) September 12, 2015
What a way to win the game for your team. What a way to make a name for yourself in South Bend. What a way to make your debut. What a way to make Cavalier fans do this.
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) September 12, 2015
The Irish went on to win the game 34-27 and just barely escape Charlottesville.
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