The end of that 81 season was very strange for me. I was watching the NFC Championship game with a high school buddy. He and I had actually gone to the playoff game at the Stick about 10 years before that and watched the Cowboys come from 11 points down with 1:50 left in the game to win and send the Niners home. So, when Clark caught that touchdown pass and there was still about a minute and a half left, the room went crazy with people yelling, "we're going to the Super Bowl" we looked at each other and he leaned over and said "1 point? Oh no." I knew exactly what he meant. People don't seem to remember what happened after that catch. Danny White came right back with a couple of completions. He hit Drew Pearson over the middle and if not for Eric Wright's horse collar tackle at about mid field, he was gone. There was nobody behind him. But, there they were at about mid field with a little less than a minute and I thought history was going to repeat itself. Well, we know what happened. A couple sacks and a forced fumble that Duane Board recovered and it was over. That may have been the biggest sigh of relief I've ever had. But, the point is that that game did not end with The Catch. A couple weeks later, after watching that team for 20 years, I was just too stunned and in shock that they were actually winning that game to get that excited. But, that was an absolutely epic season. The plastering of the Cowboys during the season. The brutal Steelers game where they just flat-out beat the Steelers up. That un-fricking-believable goal line stand in the big game against an offensive juggernaut team with a 260 lb fullback. Incredible.