This video sequence begins Miami beginning first and 10 and its own 20 yard line.
Needing a quick three-and-out to have any chance to tie or win the game, the Clemson defense stiffened in one of its most impressive stands of the 2005 season.
On the first play from scrimmage, Miami RB Tyrone Moss is stopped by Anthony Waters and Tramaine Billie for no gain ... and the crowd roared.
On the second play from scrimmage, Moss is again held in check after picking up four yards. The crowd was even louder.
Now facing third down and six, Miami QB Kyle Wright drops back to pass, only to be slammed by Clemson defensive end Charles Bennett to produce what has to be one of the loudest moments in the history of Memorial Stadium.
The Tigers would get the ball back and quickly drive down field for the tying field goal before eventually falling in triple overtime, 36-30.
In the end, the Hurricanes got their revenge for a 24-17 home loss to Clemson in 2004. And sure, it was a disappointing defeat, but the defensive stand at the end of regulation was as loud as Death Valley has been at any point in the last 15 years.
Bennett sacks Kyle Wright
Bennett celebrates after holding Miami to a quick three-and-out.