Earlier today, Sports Illustrated debuted its list of the 100 Greatest Moments in Sports History.
Notre Dame basketball made an appearance on the list, checking in at No. 37.
On Jan. 19, 1974, the Fighting Irish beat seemingly unbeatable UCLA, stunning John Wooden's bunch 71-70 to snap the Bruins' 88-game winning streak. The victory set off a jubilant celebration in South Bend.
Here's what SI had to say about the moment.
DATE / Jan 19, 1974
LOCATION / Athletic & Convocation Center | South Bend, Ind.
MOMENT / One thousand and ninety-two days. Eighty-eight games. One amazing streak for UCLA, halted by a 71-70 loss to Notre Dame.
IMPACT / Even though the Irish were undefeated and the No. 2 team in the country, they were major underdogs to the Bruins, who had won the previous seven national championships. UCLA would go on to lose two more games in the regular season and then lose in double overtime to NC State in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament.
For some highlights from that monumental game, check out the video below.