Talking Irish: The Oral History of Notre Dame Football by Steve Delsohn
English | Sep. 4, 2001 | ISBN: 0060937157, 0380975041 | 384 Pages | PDF | 748 KB
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.
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