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The Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia

Foreword by Ed Krause and Rocky Bleier / Introduction by Ara Parseghian

No college is more intensely tied to the development of intercollegiate football than the University of Notre Dame. The Notre Dame football program has the best winning percentage and has produced more All-Americans than any other school in the country. This newly revised edition is a compendium that spans the careers of more than two thousand players. Fans will sit at the 50- yard line and witness more than a century of football, including all the glorious victories, heroic comebacks, and agonizing defeats. The Notre Dame Football Encyclopedia captures the mystique of the Golden Dome as well as the fierce loyalty that countless Notre Dame fans hold for this special place and its proud football tradition. Nowhere else can such a thorough and revealing history of Notre Dame football be found.

Michael R. Steele is a distinguished university professor, emeritus, at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. He has taught there since 1975 and still serves as an adjunct faculty member. He is a 1967 graduate of Notre Dame and resides in Forest Grove, Oregon.

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