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Uploaded on Sep 26, 2006
Top-ranked UCLA (7-0-1) visited #2 USC (8-1) in late November of 1967. With the Bruins owning a 20-14 advantage in the 4th quarter, USC quarterback Toby Page audibled the play call to 23-Red Blast, a handoff to running back O.J. Simpson. The Juice went up the middle, cut to the left sideline, then all the way back across the field to the right corner of the endzone--a 64 yard touchdown run that John McKay called the greatest snap he'd ever coached. USC won, 21-20, and went on to the Rose Bowl to beat #4 Indiana, winning McKay his second national championship in six years. UCLA QB Gary Beban would win the 1967 Heisman, followed in 1968 by O.J. Simpson.