Michigan freshman quarterback Tate Forcier found himself, just months removed from taking high school finals, playing in one of Michigan's biggest rivalry games against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
He was up against a stout defense, an opposing offense that had highly touted QB Jimmy Clausen, and a team ranked No. 18 in the nation, his Michigan team was unranked.
But he took his offense down the field and won the game by throwing a passing touchdown with just 11 seconds left in the game.
On the day, he had 240 passing yards going 22-of-32 with two touchdowns and an interception, leading Michigan to 38 points on the day.
After the game, when asked if he was nervous on the final drive, he said, "I don't get nervous."
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