Of course you do provided you were old enough back in 1995 to remember much. With the spotlight squarely on Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh recently, I thought back to the 1995 AFC Championship Game played at Three Rivers Stadium between the Steelers and Colts when Harbaugh was the signal caller in Indianapolis. The Steelers and Colts played a low-scoring, close game until the very end, an exciting game despite not being all that 'pretty'. It was the final play of the game though that will be etched into the minds of Steelers and Colts' fans forever. I won't spoil it for the few of you out there that have no idea what game I'm talking about.
(By the way, what follows after the jump is Part 10 of 10, which picks up with a Steelers TD at about the 2 minute mark in the fourth quarter. If you're so inclined, you can first watch Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 first. If you want a bit more context but don't have time to watch it all, Part 7 picks up near the end of the 3rd quarter.)