Greatest Notre Dame Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Notre Dame football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1988 Regular Season vs Miami - The Play
1980 Regular Season vs Michigan - Harry Oliver, 51yd FG
1971 Regular Season vs Purdue - The Genuflect Play
1992 Regular Season vs Penn State - Snow Bowl

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1988 Regular Season
The Play
Notre Dame vs Miami
31 - 30
15 October, 1988
In the "Catholics vs. Convicts" game Miami scored with 45 seconds left to bring the score to 31-30. Instead of kicking the extra point to tie the game, Jimmy Johnson went for the 2 point conversion and the win. Pat Terrell knocked down Miami quarterback Steve Walsh's throw to preserver the win.

1980 Regular Season
Harry Oliver, 51yd FG
Notre Dame vs Michigan
29 - 27
20 September, 1980
#8 Notre Dame faced #12 Michigan in South Bend. With 41 seconds remaining, Notre Dame denied Michigan's 2 point conversion setting up one last drive. Harry Oliver kicked a 51 yard field goal, just clearing the North goal post as time expired to win the game 29-27.

1971 Regular Season
The Genuflect Play
Notre Dame vs Purdue
8 - 7
25 September, 1971
It was a low scoring muddy game. Late in the 4th Notre Dame recovered a fumble for a TD, and Ara Parseghian called for the "Genuflect play." On the 2 pt conversion, QB Pat Steenberge faked a sweep and Mike Creaney faked a block, got to his knee and then slipped into the end zone to make the catch.

1992 Regular Season
Snow Bowl
Notre Dame vs Penn State
17 - 16
14 November, 1992
With 20 seconds remaining in the game dubbed "the Snow Bowl," Notre Dame scored its only touchdown and Lou Holtz decided to go for 2, drawing up a play on the spot. Quarterback Rick Mirer scrambled and found Reggie Brooks in the back of the end zone for the game-winning conversion.