If you weren't here last week, we are attempting to learn animation here in the OFD creative laboratory by counting down the five best plays of last season. Last week's number five was Brindza's glorious college career send-off game winner against LSU.
Coming in at number four this week is the play that set an early tone for the potential explosiveness of the Irish offense in game one against Rice. This 53 yard bomb under pressure from Everett Golson to C.J. Prosise came off the heels of a timely interception by Matthias Farley that prevented the Owls from scoring in the last seconds of the half. After nearly completing a perfectly thrown bomb to Fuller on the previous play, Golson wasted no time going for another home run, this time scrambling and taking a sizable hit before connecting with a wide open Prosise in the end zone to send the Irish into the half up 18 points. Here we are:
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