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by Ivan Maisel

Notre Dame Sports Information

#67
WILD IRISH ROSE

Pasadena, Calif. | Jan. 1, 1925

Notre Dame star Elmer Layden returned two interceptions for touchdowns and ran for a third, but his biggest play in the 1925 Rose Bowl against Stanford came after the Indians had closed within 20-10. The Irish made a goal-line stand, and on first down, Layden punted 82 yards out of the end zone. Notre Dame, momentum in its favor for good, cruised to a 27-10 victory.