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In 1993, No. 1 Florida State played No. 2 Notre Dame at Notre Dame Stadium. It was billed as the Game of the Century and most predicted this would be an elimination game for the National Championship. Few were giving the Irish a chance against the highly touted Seminoles who were lead by eventual Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward. With 3 seconds left, down a touchdown, the Seminoles were 14 yards away from possibly tying or winning the game. Ward scrambled out of the pocket and had his pass was broken up by Irish defensive back Shawn Wooden. The fans stormed the field after the Irish’s 31-24 over the Seminoles.