Tom Zbikowski

Relive the famed 'Bush Push' game with the players who were on the field

Fourth and nine. The Bush Push. An unbelievable finish.

Ten years ago this week, top-ranked USC and ninth-ranked Notre Dame met in a game that produced some of the most iconic plays — and one of the most controversial endings —- in college football history.

USC, led by Coach Pete Carroll, Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Matt Leinart and Heisman-winner-to-be Reggie Bush, took a 27-game winning streak to Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind., a key stop on the Trojans' planned return to the Bowl Championship Series title game.

Notre Dame, under first-year Coach Charlie Weis, had awakened echoes of Notre Dame glory with a team that featured quarterback Brady Quinn and...

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