Jake Fromm wasn't having his way with the Fighting Irish defense throughout the first three quarters, but he turned on a switch in the second half. And finally, in the fourth quarter, Fromm's work yielded results. He threw a dime to Lawrence Cager in the end zone as he fought off Notre Dame DB Troy Pride Jr. to reel in the catch and somehow tap down his right toe.


Cager somehow managed to keep his right foot in bounds while rotating his body to reel in this snag, as the 15-yard touchdown pass extended the Bulldogs lead to ten points, following the extra point.


Cager and Fromm were in sync on that drive as they connected for some big plays, including the jaw-dropping touchdown catch.