Two Points! Audio Plaque

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Two Points! Audio Plaque: There were less than one minute to play, and the score was 16-9, when Notre Dame lined up with one last play to beat Penn State in their final meeting. Rick Mirer hit fullback Jerome Bettis over the middle with a three-yard pass for the touchdown. But the Irish, in the middle of a snow storm, need the two-point conversion to win. With 25 seconds left, Mirer rolled right and hit a leaping Reggie Brooks for the winning play.

These Remarkable Moments Audio Plaques are a unique way to relive some of the greatest moments in Notre Dame football history with the touch of a button. One the back of each plaque is a button that activates the audio speech or announcer calling the actual play from the game. We offer three of the plaques: Knute Rockne's locker room pep talk, Harry Oliver's winning 51 yard field goal to beat Michigan in 1980, and the Mirer to Brooks 2 points conversion pass to beat Penn State in the 1992 "Snow Bowl." Each plaque is 8"x10" with a green marble-like stone base, with the title (Knute Rockne, 51 Yards!, or Two Points!) engraved in gold.

8"x10" with gold title "Two Points!" engraved in the green marble-like stone base. Limited to an edition of 5,000.

AUDIO: Three wide outs left. One out to the right. Backto throw. Mirer. Looks! Looks! Looks! Rolls to the right. Pump fake, throws the ball. It is caught! Reggie Brooks! Reggie Brooks caught it for a two pointer. And Notre Dame is out front 17-16 with 20 seconds left!

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