Watch: Slow Mo Ben Koyack Game Winning TD Over Stanford

Want to see the most dramatic rendition of Ben Koyack’s game winning touchdown you will ever see?  Well the fine folks at FIDM have that covered.  Not even going to add commentary.  Just sit back and enjoy!!!!

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  1. Notice how Ben Koyack gently tosses the ball towards the ref after the play and celebrates with his teammates. No showboating or calling attention to himself. Great Notre Dame moment and many more to come.

  2. I call it, “The Leapin’ Leprechaun” play. The QB leaps as he throws … and… after the TD was made, you can see our leprechaun clearly leapin’. Just sayin’. “Leapin’ Leprechaun” play. ‪#‎legendary‬ ‪#‎Irish‬ ‪#‎movingtoNo1‬

  3. It takes a lot of courage to be a holder. You are expected to get it right every time. If that was me out there I would have had a coronary on the field.

  4. We were lame running the ball early in 2012 and improved dramatically. It will happen this year, these guys don’t suck and neither does their coach.

  5. To be clear, I’m not judging the ND run game just on Stanford. I’m judging it based on these last 5 games. We have not been good AT ALL. Golson is a winner though. I’ll be confident every week as long as he’s in there. Sure wish Davaris Daniels was out there though. He’s far and away better than any receiver we have out there right now.

  6. Our d this year is better than the D when we went to the Championship. Only difference is our o line is mediocre and we have no run game.

    1. Hard to judge the running game against Stanford. Run defense is their strength. Irish need to run better certainly. But the defense is aggressive and fast and Golson is one cool character.

    2. Let’s be honest, as much as we all love Cam McDaniel, he’s not a division I bad ass with NFL potential. Fulston and Bryant do, and it’s perplexing as to why they didn’t get much playing time last week. Is Kelly a bit timid of their youth? Come on coach, release the Dobermans.

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