Notre Dame blocked its fifth punt of the season on Saturday to seal its win over Syracuse.

With Notre Dame clinging to a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter, Clarence Lewis blew by Syracuse’s punt protection unit and got his hand on the ball.

Here’s play:

Notre Dame scored on the next play, giving the Irish a 38-17 lead with under 8 minutes remaining in the contest.

This play follows a pair of Notre Dame blocked punts last week by Isaiah Foskey against UNLV. Foskey’s performance helped keep the Rebels from a potential upset bid.

If Notre Dame holds on, it will be its second ranked win of the season away from home. The Irish also defeated No. 16 BYU in a neutral site game earlier this month.

Notre Dame has a big test in Week 10 as it hosts No. 5 Clemson.