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Game Day: Notre Dame Football: The Greatest Games, Players, Coaches and Teams in the Glorious Tradition of Fighting Irish Football Hardcover – September 1, 2006
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from Notre Dames beloved "Victory March" "The first dream in my life was to go to Notre Dame." Joe Montana "Theres no doubt about the great spirit they have here. Their kids just played possessed." Florida State coach Bobby Bowden following Notre Dames epic 3124 win over the Seminoles in 1993
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The numbers are staggering: 7 Heisman Trophy winners, 21 national championships, 179 first team All-Americans. With those stats it's no wonder that Notre Dame has been a football powerhouse since the beginning of the 20th century and the days of the legendary coach, Knute Rockne. It was Rockne who was responsible for developing the modern passing game where previously the pass had been a novelty.
Most people are aware of two of the most famous campus landmarks at Notre Dame. First the Golden Dome which was built after a fire destroyed the main building in 1879 and the 132 foot tall Touchdown Jesus. But there are other great landmarks including "We're No. 1 Moses" and "Fair Catch Corby" that are detailed in this great book. It's no wonder the Notre Dame campus is considered one of the most beautiful in the nation.
Great players abound in Notre Dame's history. Heisman winners Leon Hart, Johnny Lujack. Paul Hornung, and Tim Brown stand side-by-side with other legends like George Gipp, The Four Horsemen, Joe Montana, Alan Page, and Joe Theismann. Gipp, of course, has become the stuff of folklore.Read more ›