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The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Rico Racosky will interview Notre Dame Legend DANIEL "RUDY" RUETTIGER.
INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN CELEBRITY:
Against all odds on a gridiron in South Bend, Indiana, Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger in twenty seven seconds, carved his name into history books as perhaps the most famous graduate of the University of Notre Dame. The son of an oil refinery worker and third of 14 children, Rudy rose from valleys of discouragement and despair to the pinnacles of success. Today, he is one of the most popular motivational speakers in the United States. It took years of fierce determination to overcome obstacles and criticisms, yet Rudy achieved his first dream - to attend Notre Dame and play football for the Fighting Irish. As fans cheered RU-DY, RU-DY, he sacked the quarterback in the last 27 seconds of the only play in the only game of his college football career. He is the only player in the school's history to be carried off the field on his teammates' shoulders.
In 1993, TRISTAR Productions immortalized his life story with the blockbuster film, RUDY. Written and produced by Angelo Pizzo and David Anspaugh, the award-winning team who brought us HOOSIERS, the critically acclaimed RUDY received "Two Thumbs Up" from Siskel and Ebert and continues to inspire millions worldwide.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Notre Dame Basketball Legend Dwight Clay.
With three and a half minutes left in the game, the Irish were trailing by 11 points when they began an aggressive press that caught UCLA off guard. Notre Dame won the next 12 points, spurred by the play of center John Shumate (24 points), guard Gary Brokaw (25 points) and Dwight Clay, who scored the winning two points on a jump shot from the right corner, with 29 seconds remaining. When Walton missed a 12-foot shot in the final seconds, the game was over–as was UCLA’s long streak of wins. Many in the stunned crowd of 11,343 at Notre Dame’s Athletic and Convocation Center rushed onto the court to congratulate Coach Digger Phelps and the victorious players. “This was great for college basketball,” Phelps told the press. “I’m sure everyone was rooting for us the way they used to root against the New York Yankees.” It was the second big Irish upset that season, coming just three weeks after Notre Dame’s football team beat Alabama in a thrilling Sugar Bowl to gain the No. 1 spot.
Notre Dame commit, D.J. Morgan (St. John Bosco High School) joins Chris Shanafelt on The C.S. Podcast.
Visiting South Bend, Indiana, for a Notre Dame football weekend is more than just a game-day getaway, its a destination that provides a full weekend of traditions and experiences. Join Travel Brigade for a visit to college football’s most storied program as we take in the Golden Dome, Touchdown Jesus and other historic sites. We’ll experience tailgating, the Midnight Drum Circle, game day at Rohr’s and more. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TravelBrigade.
The Philadelphia Eagles end their midseason vacation with a crucial NFC East matchup vs. the Dallas Cowboys. Has Chip Kelly figured out the problems with his offense, or will the Cowboys be the team standing tall at the end of Sunday night's game?
In keeping with the football theme, we'll recap last Saturday's fantastic game between the Temple Owls and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Philadelphia may not be thought of as a college football town, but the thousands who showed up for ESPN's College Gameday and the millions who watched the game on TV may beg to differ.
And, as always, we'll get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
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College Football standout and starting safefy for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, Max Redfield joins the show to discuss the season, expectations and his thoughts on the NFL playoffs and his chances of being drafted.
Cinncinnati Bengals lineback Vontaze Burfict gets suspected for 3 games next season, justified?
Mr. I had One Job blows game winning field goal as the Minnesota Vikings loses to the Seattle Seahawks. Do you feel bad for Blair Walsh?
Aaron Rodgers returns and leads the Green Bay Packers to a win against the Washington Redskins, do they have any chance against the Arizona Cardinals?
Are the Kansas City Chiefs being overlooked in their matchup against the New England Patriots and Tom Brady?
And did I mention, Max Redfield from college football juggernault Notre Dame will be joining us?!?!
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Michael McGlinn is an inspirational speaker who can really sing. He is establishing himself as a noted singer and speaker throughout the country. He has a strong devotion to the Divine Mercy and St. Faustina.
I have been blessed to have participated with Michael on two different Marian Conferences. Michael presented his talk,Conquering fear through Jesus, reminding us all that in Christ, we are made conquerors over sin and death. We are all called to live the gospel in our lives.
Something else about Michael that should be noted, he was also a standout athlete at Notre Dame. He lettered four years playing football and was seriously looked at for Professional football with the National Football League, but he decided to live for Jesus through Music.
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