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Notre Dame QB Jack Coan has dislocated finger put back in place before he throws winning TD

Sometimes you just have to have grit to play football. Some players have it and some don’t. Jack Coan the transfer quarterback from Notre Dame helped lead the Fighting Irish to a 2-0 record after he dislocated his finger.

The score was 29-24 when Jack Coan injured his finger. He was driving his team to get the win when the injury happened. That is when magic happened.

Coan ran to the sidelines to have his dislocated finger broke back into place to complete the game winning drive to give his team the win!

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