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Talking Irish: The Oral History of Notre Dame Football
Talking Irish: The Oral History of Notre Dame Football Steve Delsohn 0060937157 9780060937157 An entertaining fusion of fact, legend, and lore, Notre Dame football has transcended the boundaries of the sport and the university to become a time-honore
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Talking Irish: The Oral History of Notre Dame Football by Steve Delsohn

An entertaining fusion of fact, legend, and lore, Notre Dame football has transcended the boundaries of the sport and the university to become a time-honored American tradition. For its legions of devoted fans and alumni, Talking Irish vividly captures it all: the exhilarating wins, the stunning defeats, the tumultuous coaching changes, and the celebrated mystique that surrounds this beloved football dynasty. With never-before-told anecdotes, this candid and revealing oral history -- the first ever written on Fighting Irish football -- is told in the words of more than 150 Notre Dame players, coaches, leading sports journalists, and school faculty. This rousing narrative begins in the 1940s, a decade after the death of the fabled Knute Rockne, and concludes five decades later, with the formidable exploits of Notre Dame football at the end of the twentieth century.

Author: Steve Delsohn

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 400

Publisher: It Books

Publication Date: 2001-09-04

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ISBN: 0060937157


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