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Notre Dame barely survived a furious comeback by the Northeastern Huskies in the opening game of the the NCAA tournament's first round on Thursday, but the pressure looked to be too much for an elderly Notre Dame fan.

By Extra Mustard
March 19, 2015

Notre Dame barely survived a furious comeback by the Northeastern Huskies in the opening game of the the NCAA tournament's first round on Thursday, but the pressure was almost too much for an elderly Notre Dame fan.

Notre Dame's Demetrius Jackson hit in the face

While Zach Auguste took two crucial free throws with fewer than two seconds left on the clock to give the Irish a two-possession lead, cameras cut to the fan shaking with nerves.

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Luckily for her, Auguste had ice in his veins and nailed the free throws, winning the game and allowing this nice lady to finally breathe again.

Brendan Maloy

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