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.
LINK: BODNAR OCTOBER INTERVIEW
LINK: BUY HIS BOOK!