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While we’re at halftime of Wisconsin’s contest against Eastern Michigan with the Badgers up 24-0 and playing lights-out on both sides of the football, there is a story from earlier today to revisit.
It was former Wisconsin quarterback Jack Coan leading the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to a 2-0 start with a 32-29 victory over Toledo.
Coan wasn’t nearly as good as his record-setting Week 1 performance, and he was actually benched during the second half of the game.
But all of that aside, Notre Dame needed a touchdown late to avoid a massive upset and Coan delivered. Oh, and he did so directly after dislocating his finger and popping it back in place.
The most impressive part of that TD throw by Jack Coan was that he had a dislocated finger casually popped right back into place just before the play.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 11, 2021
Coan finished the contest with 239 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. The stats don’t tell the whole story on the surface, though, as the game-winning touchdown came under some pretty impressive circumstances.
The Badgers will face Coan and the Fighting Irish two weeks from today at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.