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The rain came, the wind changed direction and Notre Dame felt something special. Combined with Southern Cal self-destructing, the Irish took advantage.
Jabari Holloway recovered Jarious Jackson’s fumble in the end zone with 2:40 left to cap a 22-point comeback – most of it in the pouring rain – as Notre Dame rallied Saturday to beat Southern Cal 25-24 and snap a three-game losing streak to the Trojans.
“It just seems like every time they had the ball it would start raining harder and the wind would go against them,” Jackson said. “To me it was just a sign that it was coming our way. It was coming in our favor.”
The Irish (4-3) seemed like they would need nothing sort of divine intervention after David Newbury hit a 29-yard field goal on USC’s first possession of the second half to go up 24-3.
But then Notre Dame began its biggest comeback since the a 35-34 win over Houston in the 1979 Cotton Bowl, thanks in part to USC’s own mistakes.