98 year-old Dr. Les Bodnar left for heaven this morning...
Bodnar served as Notre Dame Football's Team Doctor from Frank Leahy to Gerry Faust -- 35 years on the job -- while building his own private practice, South Bend Orthopedics.
He authored two books, served Joe Montana the legendary "chicken soup" in the Cotton Bowl game against Houston -- and worked the sidelines of four Notre Dame National Champions; 1949, 1966, 1973 and 1977.
He lived quite a life.
I want to thank ND GO IRISH BLOG regular Janet Geans for alerting me to this story.
Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly met with the media today after the Fighting Irish's third practice for the Music City Bowl game against LSU -- and he broke the news that both Everett Golson and Malik Zaire would play against the Tigers...
Mike Brey's Fighting Irish got the first crack against Florida State -- since "the flag" in Tallahassee -- and they delivered!
Notre Dame hammered the Seminoles 83 - 63 with a display of dunks like we haven't seen on this campus in a long-long time. It got so fun that the "twitter-verse" started renaming Purcell Pavilion to "Dunks DuLac."
Here's a look at the DUNKS along with a trip inside the Notre Dame locker room: