What It Means to Be Fighting Irish

What It Means to Be Fighting Irish

Ara Parseghian and Notre Dame's Greatest Players

Book - 2004
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Baker & Taylor
A detailed overview of the storied football program at Notre Dame traces the history of the Fighting Irish, from the 1920s and the accomplishments of coach Knute Rockne to the present day, offering a sampling of reminiscences, observations, and reflections of such famed players and coaches as Paul Hornung, John Lujack, John Lattner, John Huarte, Ross Browner, Raghib Ismail, Joe Montana, and Ara Parseghian, among others.

Independent Publishing Group
Taking a decade-by-decade approach to the University of Notre Dame football tradition, this collection brings together over 40 stories from the most outstanding voices of the program. The spirit of Fighting Irish football is not captured by just one phrase, one season, or one particular game; instead, the student-athletes and coaches who made the magic happen over the decades blend their experiences to capture the true essence of their beloved school. Notre Dame fans will relish the intimate stories told by the figures they have come to cherish.

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Triumph Books, c2004
ISBN: 9781572436404
Branch Call Number: 796.33263 W556
Characteristics: xviii, 365 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Prister, Tim 1960-


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