I agree on your game selection, but not the play. I can't find a play-by-play quickly, so I'll have to go off the top of my head.
I think the third-down-and-9 play with around 25 seconds left (?) was the loudest I've ever experienced the Stadium. It was the play before the infamous 4th-and-9 conversion on a pass that sailed just past Ambrose Wooden's shoulder. I believe Leinart was about to throw the ball on the third down play and one of our defenders made contact, resulting in the pass going right into the ground a few feet ahead of Leinart. The sound building up to that hit and exploding when the pass fell incomplete was deafening. It was fantastic.