I posted this video last year, and I'll continue posting it every year as we ready for Big Game, because it's my duty. Somewhere out there, there might be a young Stanford fan who doesn't know the story of Big Game 1990. Nothing I write here could ever do justice to what it was like to be in the stadium that night (I tried a few years ago, read for yourself), and not even the video can quite capture it. You can't quantify a miracle; you can't digitize magic.
So if you've never seen it before, watch it now.
If you've seen it a million times, watch it now.
If you were there that night, watch it now.
If your name is John Hopkins and you split the uprights that night, thank you. Watch it now.
Please, watch it now. (Oh, and watch for quick glimpses of New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and a quick shot of David Shaw.)