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The Irish offense needed to answer as the defense had already put points on the board. They answered with a very nice drive, one that spanned 9-plays, covered 65-yards and resulted in a score.
The biggest play of the drive wasn’t a huge play, but one that saw the Irish facing a 3rd-and-5, quarterback Jack Coan finding tight end Michael Mayer for a 16-yard gain. That would keep the drive alive, along with a 4th down conversion which set up running back Kyren Williams. He would take a hand-off to the left side and sprint to the end zone to push the Notre Dame lead to 17-0 over Georgia Tech.