DISC 1 "1977 GREEN JERSEY GAME" vs. USC (49-19): When the Irish charged the field to meet the USC Trojans clad for the first time in green jerseys, tradition was turned aside. Add in a student-built Trojan Horse and four Joe Montana touchdowns, and a Notre Dame classic was born. DISC 2: 1978 COTTON BOWL vs. TEXAS (38-10): Notre Dame’s commanding performance behind Joe Montana, Jerome Heavens, and Vagas Ferguson propelled the team from number five in the polls to national champions after this impressive victory. DISC 3: 1979 COTTON BOWL vs. HOUSTON (35-34): Joe Montana’s legend was born as he rallied the Irish in below zero wind chill weather to one of college football’s most memorable comebacks. DISC 4: 1988 REGULAR SEASON GAME vs. MIAMI (31-30): Miami started the game with a 36-game regular season winning streak and a menacing defense. The Notre Dame defense ended the game by forcing seven turnovers, preventing a game-winning two-point play, and securing a stunning victory. DISC 5: 1989 FIESTA BOWL vs. WEST VIRGINIA (34-21): Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz used the press to solidify the belief that the Irish had their hands full with the mighty West Virginia defense. But it was Notre Dame that supplied the winning defense while Irish quarterback Tony Rice went on to pass for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns. DISC 6: 1992 "THE SNOW BOWL 11/14/92 vs. PENN STATE (17-16): In their last home game, three seniors led a brilliant Irish comeback in the swirling snow of Notre Dame Stadium. With 20 seconds on the clock, Rich Meir’s touchdown pass to Jerome Bettis set up the winning two-point conversion from Meir to Reggie Brooks. DISC 7: 1993 REGULAR SEASON GAME vs. FLORIDA STATE (31-24): After #1 ranked Florida State scored early, the Irish then pounded the Seminoles vaunted defense for 239 rushing yards and four touchdowns. The stout Notre Dame defense held tight to preserve victory and end Florida State’s 16-game winning streak. DISC 8: BONUS: 1966 REGULAR SEASON GAME vs. MICHIGAN STATE (10-10) COMPLETE SECOND HALF: The #1 ranked Irish traveled to play the #2 ranked Michigan State Spartans in a game for the ages. Punctuated by a tactical decision by Notre Dame’s Ara Parseghian, the game and his strategy remain much-discussed and deliberated as the teams played to a 10-10 stalemate. DVD Features: Vintage Highlight Film; Original Radio Calls for Key Plays featuring Video Play-Along Function; Interactive Sleeve Design Featuring Notre Dame Rosters, Trivia, Key Facts and Statistics; Special Navigation by Quarter and Scoring Drive; Interactive Menus.