I helped the Pitt Panthers defeat the Penn State Nittany Lions for the national championship in 1994. I was Eleven.
It was played in the stadium made up of both my parents and the neighbors backyards. I rolled out from intense pressure and threw my neighbor Johnny Lavia the game winning pass in the corner of the end zone. He had to dive around my neighbors tree to haul it in.
Funny thing is that just two weeks later we both defeated Penn State to win the NCAA basketball tournament, which that year was played in his parents backyard. He was the starting shooting guard that made the last second shot under pressure and I was the power forward who tipped it in for the win.