Navy 46, Notre Dame 44 (3 OT)
This was the first Navy win over the Irish since 1963, when Roger Staubach was the quarterback. Chris Kuhar-Pitters got the credit, but cornerback Ram Vela really made what may have been the greatest sack ever on fourth down with less than a minute to go, saving the game right there. He leapt clear over a blocker and onto the QB. Unbelievable. Then Navy stayed tough in overtime, finally stopping a 2 point conversion to wipe out the longest win streak by one team over another in college football history.
Oh, also, Notre Dame is 1-8.
I really never thought this would happen in my lifetime.
In other news: Virginia won yet another game by a solitary point- that's three this season, as well as two 2 point wins. Kansas put up 76 points against Nebraska - the most ever given up by the Cornhuskers. LSU won a crazy wild one at Bama to retain the Silver Ball. Unbeaten #2 Boston College lost to Florida State, and unbeaten #4 Arizona State lost to Oregon, leaving god knows who in the "please somebody beat Ohio State" BCS box seat. This has been a truly weird season.