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ANN ARBOR, Mich. Cliff Pennington Jersey . -- When it was over, Michigan took one last swipe at Notre Dame before the Fighting Irish said goodbye to the Big House -- at least for a while. Devin Gardner, wearing No. 98 to honour Michigan great Tom Harmon, threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead the 17th-ranked Wolverines to a 41-30 win over the 14th-ranked Fighting Irish. Soon after Gardner took the final snap, the "Chicken Dance" blared over the stadium sound system, and the Michigan fans who made up most of the NCAA-record crowd of 115,109 celebrated. Michigan coach Brady Hoke said Notre Dame was "chickening out" of the series four months ago, drawing laughs at a luncheon. The Irish opted out of their contract with the Wolverines and made next years game in South Bend, Ind., the last guaranteed matchup in a series that dates to 1887 and cancelling three previously scheduled games. Hoke insisted he didnt tell his team that Irish coach Brian Kelly kicked off the week by saying the series was "a big regional game" even though it features teams with the top winning percentages in college football. Hoke would acknowledge, though, that he and his players were pretty fired up to face the Irish. "Theres certain games that you get very excited about," Hoke said. Michigan has won four straight at home against the Irish. That winning streak will stand for a while because the two storied programs wont play at the Big House again anytime soon. The Irish will likely be among next years opponents hoping Gardner doesnt return for his final season of eligibility. Gardner sealed the victory with a 4-yard TD pass to Drew Dileo with 4:18 left and ran for 14 yards to convert the final third down in the final seconds to set off a celebration. Gardner was 21 of 33 for 294 yards. His one interception was costly, though. Trying to avoid a sack in the end zone, he flipped a pass to no one in particular that defensive end Stephon Tuitt came up with to give Notre Dame hope. Gardner also ran 13 times for 82 yards and a score. He traded in his No. 12 for a unique number for a quarterback these days, sporting No. 98 with a Michigan Football Legend patch. Harmon became Michigans first Heisman Trophy winner in 1940. "Its an amazing feeling to wear that number," Gardner said. "I knew about all the great things that he did on the field, but there are all the other things he did. He played two years of basketball, he fought for his country and he was a great human being. Its an honour to know that his family felt I deserved to wear that jersey." The Wolverines (2-0) had a pair of 14-point leads, but the Fighting Irish (1-1) refused to be routed. Notre Dame pulled within a TD early in the fourth quarter when Tuitt made a diving interception in the end zone -- a few snaps after the Irish turned the ball over on downs -- on a pass Gardner was trying to throw away to avoid a safety. "I made a horrible decision," Gardner said. "But the defence gave me a place to stand. They told me they believed in me and I finished it." Kyle Brindza made a 40-yard field goal with 9:15 left to pull Notre Dame within four points. The Irish were called for pass interference twice -- once on a questionable call when Bennett Jackson intercepted Gardners pass deep in Notre Dame territory -- on the ensuing drive and Gardner later took advantage by accounting for a fifth TD. Tommy Rees threw a second interception with 1:29 left. "We came up just short on some key plays," Kelly said. Michigans Jeremy Gallon had career highs with three TDs and 184 yards receiving. "I cant even imagine having a game like this," he said. "My teammates made this happen, not me." Fitzgerald Toussaint gave the Wolverines just enough of a running game, gaining 71 yards on 22 carries and he also turned a short pass into a 31-yard catch on the final scoring drive. Rees was 29 of 51 for 314 yards with two TDs and two interceptions -- both to Blake Countess. The first pick helped Michigan take a 27-13 lead at halftime. "Id like to have that one throw right before the half back," Kelly said. That was one of many passes Rees lamented. "I take accountability for some of those throws and missed opportunities," Rees said. TJ Jones had nine receptions for 94 yards and a TD. Amir Carlisle ran for 64 yards on 12 attempts for the Irish. The attendance record beat the one set two years ago when the Wolverines beat Notre Dame 35-31 -- a game with three lead changes in the last 1:12 -- that captivated 114,804 at Michigan Stadium. Joey Votto Jersey . 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The Czechs pulled two back in the ninth, but Shusters team of third Jeff Isaacson, second Jared Zezel and lead John Landsteiner ended with another point to secure the last Olympic berth on offer.For those not familiar with Reddit or AMAs, its an acronym for "Ask Me Anything" and its a great way for an athlete or a celebrity to talk to his or her fans directly and in a community setting. While the hour to ask Terrence a question has come and gone, weve curated some of the highlights both in text and video form for you here on BarDown. Terrence offered proof of life early on via Twitter and the questions came rolling in. Proof that its me http://t.co/7odDVooQIc pic.twitter.com/Me4MPTvueL — Terrence Ross (@T_DotFlight31) March 13, 2014 T-Ross didnt duck any of the tough questions, including pouring in 50, posterizing the Manimal as well as Vinsanitys legacy in Toronto. He even showed a lot of love for the Laker dynasty in picking his "NBA Mount Rushmore". Let the questions begin! 3:10 pm from TheSimonToUrGarfunkl Cabbie also talked to Terrence Ross on FaceTime. Hey T, big fan here! Many players seem to dread getting drafted by the Raptors but end up falling in love with the culture and the city. How has your perception of the city of Toronto and the franchise changed since you were drafted? Was it more than you expected or maybe less than you expected in terms of the city? Toronto is a lot bigger and a lot more diverse than I thought. I didnt know how great our fans would be since I thought Toronto was a hockey city, but the fan support is unreal. 3:16 pm from dspm90 Who do you think is best at setting picks in the NBA, and why is it Amir Johnson? Best at setting picks is Kevin Garnett because he sets illegal screens but he never gets caught. Hell literally hold you and you cant get around him. 3:20pm from macaroniandgainz If you could play a pickup game of 2-on-2 with any NBA player (past or present) who would it be? and, how did it feel to score 51 points in only your second year in the NBA? Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron and me. The 51-pt game felt like a pickup game. It felt like we were just playing for fun with a bunch of pros and we were going bucket for bucket. It was the kind of game that people dont usually get to see, but this time it happened during the season. ...I thought the franchise high was 56 so I didnt think I could get there. If I knew it was 51, maybe I wouldve pushed for it. 3:23 from drthurgood What was the first thing that popped into your head when you were drafted by Toronto? I was happy that I [was] drafted at the eighth pick, and I really to didnt know what to expect. Except I looked good in my bow tie. 3:26 from BJ_Dangle What was going through your mind when you were about to destroy Kenneth Faried? I didnt think it would look as good as it did. I kinda thought I dunked to the side of him but it happened so fast. I didnt know how good it looked until I saw the photo. From my teammates perspective it was pretty cool too. 3:27 from Whatda... Have you ever had a moment of being "star struck" in the NBA? Guarding Kobe. I had to guard him, it was in Toronto, and in my head I was like, "OMG Im guarding Kobe" and as soon as I thought that he put up a 3. It was deep too. 3:28 from Praise_Yeezus What has happened this season that has led to your improvement? Probably the off-season last year and I think the Rudy Gay trade. 3:34 from insurgent29 Were you a Vince Carter fan growing up? Vince Carter is my favourite dunker growing up. He is the sole reason I ever knew about Toronto Raptors as a kid. 3:39pm from Termis Who do you want as a first round matchup in the playoffs? I want Brooklyn, personally. 3:41 from ddaylewis Who talks on D? Who is the most vocal and who calls out the opposing teams plays? Kyle Lowry.. George Foster Jersey. Always. Before every play I ask him: Yo, what they running?. Usually the team comes down the court, Lowry will recognize the play and call out what theyre doing. ... Hes the smartest guy on the team. He makes the biggest impact on the games. 3:43 from TaeyanGdragon Do you play video games such as NBA2k? if not, what is your favorite video game? and if so, how do you feel about how they rate you as a player? I play every video game! I have two XBox 360s, an XBox 1, and a PlayStation 4. For my rating, as long as I can shoot and dunk, thats all you really need in a video game. 3:45 from maffyou Did you prepare dunks for the dunk contest that you were not able to perform? If so, would you be willing to show us? Yes there were two dunks I wanted to do but never got a chance to. Maybe Ill do them in warm ups... 3:48 from DoubleONine Are you as sick of this stupid winter as I am? YES! Im over this winter. I just want the sun to melt all the snow, and I would love if it could just hurry up and be summer, but lots of ball to play before then. 3:48 from jbarmel How does it feel playing on the Raptors organization and representing all of Canada in the NBA? Do you ever travel aroud Canada and get acknolwedged and lots of fan support outside of Toronto or Ontario a lot? Also, Who is the biggest sneaker head on the Raps?! Its an honour because most players just get to play for their city or state, but I get to play for the whole country so its almost like a national team. Ive been to Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver. The biggest sneaker head on the Raps is DeMar. He has every Jordan. Literally, every Jordan. 3:49 from FadeAwayJay When was the first time you dunked? Seventh grade. I was 13 in a travel ball game, and ever since then I fell in love with dunking. 3:51 from therealAce What was it like when you checked in for the first time and heard your name announced? The first time I checked in it was unreal. It was like a dream and its surreal being in that position after growing up watching the NBA. 3:52 from blakerose Would you like to see the Raps logo go to a throwback purple style? A black and gold Drake style? Or something else altogether? I wanna go back to the purple on the front and the black on the back. I like the two tone jerseys. 3:58 from davidkones What are some of the songs you listen to before a game to pump yourself up? I listen to School Boy Q. I listen to his whole album. I listen to A$AP Rocky... and Rush for all my Canadian fans. 4:01 from BulbyBlast Hey Terrence, do you think they should retire Vince Carters jersey in Toronto? Honestly, YES! They should retire his jersey simply because he put Toronto on the map. He did a lot for this city and this franchise, so STOP BOOING HIM! 4:09 from gabliva Two questions 1. How much fun is it hanging out with amir? I can only imagine its hours of fun! 2. On a scale of Mugsy Bouges to Vince carter how excited are you to wear the throwback jerseys next year? Amir is like a little kid ... No... Like a big kid! He is always doing something crazy. On the scale... Charles Oakley! 4:18 from dominator39 1) Did you think the team was going to improve after trading Rudy? 2) What is your favourite movie? 3) How is as Jonas Valanciunas outside of the basketball court? 1) Ya, I knew we were gonna play like scrappy, fight til the end type basketball. 2) "He Got Game". 3) Hes very European. Hes quirky. 4:19 from AndySmalls DO YOU OWN A PAIR OF SKATES YET!?!?!? I dont own skates. Ive skated once when I was 14. I did not get the hang of it and never put skates on again after that. 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