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Memories from a USC-ND classic

Former Trojans offensive lineman recalls his memories of the 2005 game

Updated: October 17, 2011, 12:08 PM ET
By Kyle Williams | We Are SC
USC-Notre Dame is one of the oldest and most celebrated rivalries in college football. When I was a player, there were two games that were highlighted on our calendars -- UCLA and Notre Dame. Unlike the UCLA game, where the rivalry is viewed as a hateful street fight, the Notre Dame game had a sense of honor and prestige that had been created and passed down over the years. Most teams and players understand that they're writing their own chapter in the history of one of the greatest rivalries in college football.

Thinking back on my times playing in South Bend, the one game that keeps coming up was the 2005 game, or what some refer to as the infamous "Bush Push." It has been six years since that game, and many fans feel it was one of the greatest games not only in the history of the rivalry, but in the history of college football. So here are some of the memories that come to mind from that day.


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