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Very few players symbolize swagger like Irvin. In 1987, he made one of the most memorable plays in school history and was instrumental in the Canes winning the national title and finishing undefeated under Jimmy Johnson. Against rival Florida State, Irvin scored on a 73-yard, fourth-quarter touchdown pass from Steve Walsh for the lead with 2:22 remaining. It was all Miami needed to hold off the Noles, 26-25. During his time at Miami, Irvin set school records for career receptions (143), receiving yards (2,423) and touchdown receptions (26). He went on to be a three-time Super Bowl champion and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007. -- Heather Dinich