The Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia

Author: Keith Marder
Publisher: Citadel Press
ISBN: 9780806521084
Size: 49.30 MB
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Documents the history of Notre Dame football with a complete player roster, all-time results, and a year-by-year history.

The Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia

Author: Michael R. Steele
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1613210760
Size: 68.71 MB
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Provides facts, statistics, player profiles, and analysis of the famed college football team, from their first seasons in the late 1800s to their current roster.

The Usa Today College Football Encyclopedia

Author: Bob Boyles
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 9781602396777
Size: 69.95 MB
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Recaps of games, reviews of more than fifty football seasons, details of line-ups and major programs, and more are provided in this comprehensive guide spanning from 1953 to the present day. Original.

Greatest Moments In Notre Dame Football History

Author: John Heisler
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781600781025
Size: 40.54 MB
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To be a fan of the Fighting Irish is to revere the tradition, understand the legend, and experience the pageantry of Notre Dame—all for the glory in the end zone. This collection illuminates the team's storied victories and dignified defeats, and proves once and for all why this school is the one by which all other college football programs are judged. Even the most casual Notre Dame football fans can recount the greatest Irish games: the landmark home victories over top-ranked teams in 1988 and 1993, the unforgettable 10-10 tie with Michigan State in 1966, Harry Oliver's epic 51-yard field goal, and the long list of bowl wins against the likes of Texas, Alabama, West Virginia, Colorado, Texas A&M, and Florida. Not to be overlooked is the birth of the Four Horsemen, the "Win One for the Gipper" game, plus four straight seasons under Frank Leahy without a loss. Games are recounted in rich detail, supported by statistics, scoring summaries, and memorable quotations from the coaches and players involved. A bonus highlight DVD includes interviews and historic footage of some of the greatest Fighting Irish moments.

The Fighting Irish Football Encyclopedia

Author: Michael R. Steele
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
ISBN: 9781582612911
Size: 70.42 MB
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Limited Leatherbound Edition. Limited to 500 copies. Signed by Mirko Jurkovic, Ted Burgmeier, Andy Heck, John Scully, Hunter Smith, Bob Crable and Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger. Includes certificate of authenticity. The Fighting Irish Football Encyclopedia is written in a unique, easy-to-read style that brings to life the exploits of Notre Dame legends such as Knute Rockne, Joe Montana, the Four Horsemen, and former coach Lou Holtz. It also "reviews great moments of Fighting Irish football, including the school's 21 bowl appearances, the unforgettable "Game of the Century" versus Michigan State in 1966, Notre Dame's 11 national championships, and its traditional battles against Michigan, Southern California, and others.

101 Reasons To Love Notre Dame Football

Author: David Green
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori and Chang
ISBN: 9781584798118
Size: 73.36 MB
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In South Bend, Indiana, home of Notre Dame University, football is a celebration. For more than 120 years, the success of the Fighting Irish football program has helped define the university and the sport of college football. A tradition and heritage exists here that is rivaled by few other institutions. With eleven consensus national championships and ten other shared titles, Notre Dame boasts an unmatched legacy of success. The list of Hall of Fame coaches and All-American player goes on and on: the legendary Four Horsemen, Jesse Harper, Knute Rockne, Ara Parseghian, Johnny Lujack, Joe Montana, Brady Quinn. Unforgettable games, historic moments, and larger-than-life personalities are all recounted here, accompanied by stunning vintage and contemporary photography and memorabilia. From the casual football fan to the most devoted Notre Dame alums,101 Reasons to Love Notre Dame Footballis a treasure for all.

Echoes Of Notre Dame Football

Author: Joe Garner
Publisher: Sourcebooks Mediafusion
ISBN: 9781570717635
Size: 76.24 MB
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Includes 2 discs containing segments of historical broadcasts.

Ara S Knights

Author: Frank Pomarico
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633193276
Size: 37.33 MB
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The ultimate insider's account of a renowned coach and the athletes he inspired With this memoir, former Notre Dame captain Frank Pomarico shares with readers what it was like to play for legendary coach Ara Parseghian, a leader whose guidance extended beyond the playing field and whose tips still inspire his players. The book culminates with the 1973 Sugar Bowl, the climactic and memorable game between Bear Bryant's undefeated Alabama squad and Ara's undefeated Fighting Irish. Pomarico's story is amplified by interviews with dozens of former players and coaches whose lives were changed by their experience with the coach. Parseghian was one of the most successful college coaches ever, and the young men who played for him learned about much more than just blocking and tackling. Ara's Knights is the ultimate insiders' look at one of the great periods in Notre Dame football history.

The Official Ohio State Football Encyclopedia

Author: Jack Park
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
ISBN: 9781582616957
Size: 48.87 MB
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The Official Ohio State Football Encyclopedia is the definitive description of one of the most treasured and legendary traditions in American athletics. Chic Harley, Wes Fesler, Vic Janowicz, Jack Tatum, Rex Kern, Randy Gradishar, Archie Griffin, Woody Hayes, Earle Bruce, Chris Spielman, Eddie George, Craig Krenzel, Mike Doss, Jim Houston, Maurice Clarett and many more symbolize the spirit, dedication and excellence of this proud heritage. Radio commentator Jack Park has captured the essence of this unique custom, including inside descriptions of "unsung players and colorful individuals" who have played fascinating roles in the creation of this legendary tradition. Relive Ohio State's 2002 Championship Season and the double overtime Fiesta Bowl triumph over top-ranked Miami. Discover how coaches Paul Brown and Woody Hayes were selected to direct the Buckeye football program. Relive the '35 thriller against Notre Dame, the incredible Snow Bowl, the improbable Fifth Quarter game, the Woody-and-Bo 10-year War, and the Buckeyes' exceptional win over Purdue in 1968. Flash back with Bill Willis and Jim Parker, members of the College and Professional Football Halls of Fame.

Unbeatable

Author: Jerry Barca
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250024838
Size: 18.82 MB
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An account of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish's unbeaten 1988 season cites the pivotal contributions of such figures as coach Lou Holtz, star quarterback Tony Rice and NFL-bound Ricky Watters, drawing on original reporting and interviews to include coverage of the infamous "Catholics vs. Convicts" game. 50,000 first printing.