It a clash of two college football titans on a nationally televised stage. The Number 5 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish entered Oklahoma hostile territory and defeated the Sooners 30-13 to remain undefeated. Irish Quarterback Everett Golson went 13/25 for 177 yards, and was able to convert a decisive 1-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter. On the other side, Sooners Quarterback Landry Jones went 35/51 for 356 yards; however it was the Irish defense that relegated Jones with to no touchdown passes. Without any question the standout of this game was the Irish’s All-American and spirtual leader Manti Te’o. Throughout the entire game Manti responsible for causing turnovers, preventing the Sooners from getting any major gains. By the end of the first half, Te’o alone had 11 tackles and a sack; he sealed his outstanding performance with an interception late in the game to secure Notre Dame’s history. Without question Te’o case for the Heiman Trophy grows stronger with each game he plays, this game undoubtibly helped bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy. With every victory, the Irish creep ever so close to their goal of obtaining a title.