See and Hear the Legends of Notre Dame Football
Experience all the excitement and human drama that sports has to offer. For casual fans, lifelong boosters and anyone who just loves great stories, Echoes of Notre Dame Football is an action-packed romp through the most exciting moments and legendary characters in collegiate sports.
Simply put, Notre Dame is college football. Its legends and stars include Knute Rockne, "the Gipper," and the "Four Horsemen"; Joe Theismann and Joe Montana; Ara Parseghian and Paul Hornung; Jerome Bettis and Raghib "Rocket" Ismail.
In the thrilling tradition of And The Crowd Goes Wild, author Joe Garner takes you into the stadium on gameday. Through vivid stories and rare photos, Echoes of Notre Dame Football brings the action on the field to life.
More amazing are two compact discs featuring the actual broadcasts of the Fighting Irish in action, plus the voices of Notre Dame coaching legends like Harper, Rockne, Parseghian, Devine and Holtz and Irish warriors Gus Dorais, Donald Miller, Jim Crowley, Dick Lynch, Tim Brown and more.
Relive the most thrilling moments in Notre Dame football history and hear the actual broadcasts, including:
--The Heisman Winners
--Johnny Lujack, Paul Hornung, Tim Brown and Others Show Why They Were Among Notre Dame's Record 7 Heisman Winners
--Montana's Chicken Soup Heroics: Joe Montana, Sidelined with the Flu, Returns to Lead the Irish Back from 22 Points Behind to Beat Houston in the 1979 Cotton Bowl
--Notre Dame Beats Miami: Notre Dame Knocks Off No. 1 Miami 31–30, Going on to Win the 1988 National Championship
--Wooden Bats Away the Seminoles: No. 1 Florida State vs. No. 2 Notre Dame in 1993--the "Game of the Century"
--The greatest voices of Notre Dame, like Joe Boland, Tony Roberts and Al Wester
--Ronald Reagan paying special tribute to Knute Rockne and the Fighting Irish
--Plus, you'll hear actor Martin Sheen's original reading from Grantland Rice's immortal "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"
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Published September 1, 2001
by Sourcebooks MediaFusion.
Sports & Outdoors.