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Talking Irish : the oral history of Notre Dame football

Author: Steve Delsohn
Publisher: New York : Avon Books, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Delsohn
ISBN: 0380975041 9780380975044
OCLC Number: 39024643
Description: xv, 364 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. The forties. Shadow of the rock --
Leahy takes charge --
The war-torn years --
The glory boys --
The dynasty. 2. The fifties. Power struggle --
paying the price --
The end of the Leahy era --
Two stubborn Irishmen --
Rock bottom --
Notre Dame under fire --
A hardheaded Croatian. 3. The sixties. Once they were kings --
Requiem for the Irish --
A new messiah --
Shake down the thunder --
Terry, Joe, and O.J. --
Race --
Inside the American whirlwind. 4. The seventies. Kent State to Dallas --
Bowl game madness --
Reaching for the stars --
A legend departs --
The new regime --
Turmoil and a title --
The wheels fall off. 5. The eighties. The Devine era ends --
Faust fever --
Life with Gerry --
Keystone cops --
The little general --
Waking up the echos --
Defending the crown. 6. The nineties. The turbulence begins --
"Kind of a lightning rod" --
The unforgettable season --
The Boston College hangover --
Holtz's cryptic exit --
New morning in South Bend.
Responsibility: Steve Delsohn.

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