SJ - September 11, 2021
Notre Dame struggled with Toledo on Saturday. The Fighting Irish survived thanks to a late game winning drive that required quarterback Jack Coan to have a dislocated middle finger popped back into place.
Coan's middle finger was dislocated after a defender ran into him as he was throwing a pass. He ran over to the sideline and had the finger popped back into place.
Coan threw the game winning touchdown on the very next play. See the dislocated finger and the game winning touchdown for yourself.
Jack Coan had to get his finger popped back into place. And then threw a TD for the Irish to take the lead!
That's GRIT 💪pic.twitter.com/1uR6CaZdYx
— Pickswise (@Pickswise) September 11, 2021
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
If Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly wanted to execute his team after their overtime win over Florida State, I can only imagine what he wants to do to them after Saturday's game.
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