DURHAM -- As Duke prepares for the Chick-Fil-A Bowl on New Year's Eve against Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies, the Blue Devil Network is taking a look back at the best plays from Duke's historic 2013 football season.
Each day leading up to the game, check back with GoDuke.com for another one of the moments that helped Duke to the first 10-win season in program history, and the school's first ACC Coastal Division championship.
Play number four showcases the versatility of one of the nation's greatest big-play threats: Jamison Crowder. Crowder returned a pair of punts for touchdowns this season - the first against N.C. Central in the season-opener, and the other in Duke's second conference game of the season against Pitt.
The return against the Panthers was part of a three-score day that saw the junior All-American score a rushing, receiving and return touchdown - the first Duke player to record that trifecta since 1999.
After tying the school record with two punt returns for touchdowns in a single season, Crowder went on to claim All-ACC and All-America honors for his work on special teams.
Not just a return specialist, Crowder also made a name for himself as one of the nation's best pass-catchers, as he broke Duke's single-season records for receptions and receiving yardage in 2013.