The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is one of the most celebrated teams in college football. It has the second-most victories of all time, eleven national titles, featured seven Heisman Trophy recipients including Paul Hornung and Tim Brown, and won seventeen bowl games. Its storied tradition is celebrated in Miracle Moments in Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football History. Michael R. Steele brings to life many of the Irish's greatest moments, including their first victory over Michigan in 1909, Knute Rockne’s “Four Horsemen” in the 1920s, the epic scoreless tie with powerful Army in 1946, their incredible comeback led by Joe Montana in the 1979 Cotton Bowl, Lou Holtz’s 1988 national championship team that ended Miami’s thirty-six-game regular-season winning streak in stunning fashion, and much more. All the great players and coaches are highlighted in Miracle Moments in Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football History, a must-have for all fans of the blue and gold.
Miracle Moments in Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football History
The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records
By Michael R. Steele
4 September 2018
7.00 x 10.00in.
About the author
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 Lake Grove, Oregon.