Notre Dame Football Titles
Titles Found: 11
Ara's Knights (3 Formats) ›
Trade Paper Price 19.95
Trade Paper, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781629371115
Published Sep 2015
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.
100 Things Notre Dame Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
Trade Paper Price 14.95
Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781600788727
Published Oct 2013
The storied Notre Dame football program has long been full of pride and passionate fans, as the Fighting Irish have provided decades of incredible memories for its legion of alumni and followers, and author John Heisler captures this tradition and others in this essential fanbook. Created for the serious football fan who wants to enhance their Fighting Irish IQ, this book reveals special stories and experiences from fans and memorable moments about past and present players and coaches. As a longtime ND employee in the sports information and athletic departments, author John Heisler shares what’s really important and he touches on some of the most famous games, players, and traditions in Fighting Irish history, including Knute Rockne’s “Win One for the Gipper” speech, the team’s game day walk from the Basilica to Notre Dame Stadium, Joe Montana’s legendary comeback performance in the 1979 Cotton Bowl, Indiana State Police Sergeant Tim McCarthy’s public safety messages, and the team’s storybook and inspirational 2012 season. From singing the Notre Dame Fight Song at the Friday night pep rally at the Joyce Center to taking in a game at historic Notre Dame Stadium, this guidebook covers all there is to Irish football, making a must read for any fan.
Awakening (4 Formats) ›
Cloth Price 29.95
Cloth, PDF, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781600788437
Published Jan 2013
Unranked heading into the season, Notre Dame returned to college football's epicenter in 2012—finishing a perfect 12-0, ascending to No. 1 in the national rankings, and advancing to face Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. Awakening takes readers through every compelling moment—from the season-opening win over Navy in Dublin, Ireland, to defeat by the Crimson Tide in Miami. This unforgettable season is captured through stories and photos from staff of the award-winning South Bend Tribune. This collector's edition takes you on a journey through coach Brian Kelly's coaching evolution, quarterback Everett Golson's rise, tight end Tyler Eifert's late-season surge and the tragedy and triumphs of Heisman Trophy runner-up Manti Te'o. Vivid photography helps tell the story every step along the way.
Always Fighting Irish (3 Formats) ›
Trade Paper Price 18.95
Trade Paper, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781600787546
Published Aug 2012
Drawing insight from nearly 100 former players, coaches, and others directly tied to this storied and revered school, fans will read firsthand accounts about what being a part of the legendary football program means. The ultimate compendium of everything that is special about the University of Notre Dame and Fighting Irish football, this book includes the memories of everyone from John Lujack, Joe Montana, and Aaron Taylor, as well as other Fighting Irish greats. Some highlights include the 100 most important moments in Notre Dame football history, beloved landmarks and hang outs from the Notre Dame campus and South Bend area, the greatest players in the history of the program, and of course, the championship seasons. Fans will relish these retellings of the moments, games, and teams by the dozens of former players, coaches, and fans that are best qualified to share them.
All Rise (4 Formats) ›
Cloth Price 24.95
Cloth, PDF, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781600785047
Published Sep 2010
All Rise is the authorized biography of Alan Page, a remarkable man who became a pioneer for his race without setting out to be one. He grew up in Canton, Ohio, in the shadow of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, into which he would later be inducted after his stellar NFL career. After leading Notre Dame to a national championship in 1966 and earning All-America honors, he became a first-round draft choice of the Minnesota Vikings in 1967. A six-time All-Pro for the Vikings, where he led the team to four conference titles, he was named the NFL's MVP in 1971, the first defensive player to be so honored. After retiring and being elected in the NFL Hall of Fame, Page went on to graduate from the University of Minnesota Law School and to become a justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court. This stirring biography takes a detailed look at a truly influential and remarkable man.
Notre Dame Football (2 Formats) ›
Trade Paper Price 12.95
Trade Paper, PDFISBN 9781600781827
Published Jul 2009
Arranged in a unique year-by-year format, the HuddleUp! series presents readily accessible statistics and trivia about fan-favorite sports teams. Providing detailed facts and figures from the team’s history, the book includes the all-important sections on Hall of Famers, coaches, and awards garnered throughout the years, but also gives a more comprehensive view than most sports guides by providing such information as history of the conference, draft picks, or team rivals. Naturally, there is also a good helping of “greatest” entries in this record book, and any fan of the team will find this resource invaluable. The book also includes a special 2008 season review that provides anecdotes from the coach and players along with statistics, making the book important memorabilia to anyone for whom that season has extra significance. Notre Dame University fans will become experts with this concise book of team stats and history.
Greatest Moments in Notre Dame Football History (2 Formats) ›
PDF Price 29.99
PDF, Hardcover & DVDISBN 9781623686352
Published Aug 2008
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.
"Then Ara Said to Joe. . ." (4 Formats) ›
PDF Price 11.99
PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket, Hardcover and CDISBN 9781623681784
Published Aug 2007
Written for every sports fan who follows the Fighting Irish, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From the Notre Dame locker room to the sidelines and inside the huddle, the book includes comments from Ara Parseghian, Ziggie Czarobski, and Frank Leahy, among others, allowing readers to relive the highlights and the celebrations.
Lombardi and Me (5 Formats) ›
Trade Paper Price 14.95
Trade Paper, Cloth, PDF, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781600780394
Published Sep 2007
Explaining the legendary Vince Lombardi through the words of the men who knew him the best, this book describes Lombardi’s efforts and qualities that defined an era of football and captured the attention of the nation Former player Paul Hornung, one of Lombardi’s biggest challenges and brightest stars of his time, interviews the players, coaches, reporters, family, and friends, including Bart Starr, Larry Brown, Frank Gifford, Bill Curry, Vince Lombardi Jr., and many more. These men share captivating stories and an insight into illustrate the unequalled blend of personality quirks and character traits that made Lombardi so magnetic and one of the most well-respected coaches ever.
What It Means to Be Fighting Irish (3 Formats) ›
Cloth Price 27.95
Cloth, EPUB, MobipocketISBN 9781572436404
Published Sep 2004
Taking a decade-by-decade approach to the University of Notre Dame football tradition, this collection brings together over 40 stories from the most outstanding voices of the program. The spirit of Fighting Irish football is not captured by just one phrase, one season, or one particular game; instead, the student-athletes and coaches who made the magic happen over the decades blend their experiences to capture the true essence of their beloved school. Notre Dame fans will relish the intimate stories told by the figures they have come to cherish.