Remember the Maine. Pearl Harbor. The first moon landing.
Last -- and most certainly least, though still worthy of remembrance -- the controversial key play in the 2010 BCS national championship game between should-have-won Oregon and Auburn.
Tomorrow is the one week anniversary of Auburn running back Michael Dyer's miraculous 37 yard jaunt down the field in the closing minutes of the game.
"Miraculous," because it sure looked like he was down after being tackled, yet upon urging from the Auburn sideline he came back to life and kept on running for an annoyingly long time.
So let us Duck fans remind ourselves of how the refs may have cheated Oregon out of a national championship.
And may our quacks of outrage upon viewing this video in a certain Oregoncentric light not sound like whines, even though if an Auburn fan had written this post in an alternative universe where the Ducks had won the BCS championship, I'd be echoing the video's closing message: DEAL WITH IT