The "Miracle at Michigan" turns 25 today.

On Sept. 24, 1994, No. 7 Colorado trailed No. 4 Michigan 26-21 with six seconds left to play in The Big House. The Buffaloes were at their own 36-yard line when Kordell Stewart launched one of the most memorable Hail Mary passes of all time, one that ranks No. 2 all-time by Sporting News.

The ball bounced off Michigan defensive backs Ty Law and Chuck Winters and into the arms of Michael Westbrook, giving Colorado a 27-26 victory that still resonates as one of the iconic plays in college football.

Here are seven things you might have forgotten about that legendary pass: