The 108,000 Penn State fans that stuffed Beaver Stadium left with memories that will last for years.
There was Bill Belton's 3-yard dive on fourth-and-1 that kept alive the winning drive in the fourth overtime. And his 2-yard scamper that helped the Nittany Lions upset then-No. 18 Michigan, 43-40.
Or how about Christian Hackenberg's 29-yard completion to Brandon Felder on the tying drive in regulation?
But no play stood out like Hackenberg's toss to a leaping Allen Robinson in the corner that sent the wide receiver crashing down a yard from the goal line. Hackenberg sneaked in for the first rushing TD against Michigan this season, tying the game at 34-all.
With Penn State off this Saturday before heading to Ohio State, there's even more time to relive the plays the Nittany Lions can only hope will spark them toward a winning streak.