Notre Dame Game Day: Getting There, Getting In, and Getting in the Spirit

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Taylor Trade Publishing, Oct 23, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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For the first time, Notre Dame football fans have a travel book to call their very own—one tailored to making the most out of the home football game experience. Author and Notre Dame graduate Todd Tucker presents chapters devoted to the ins and outs, do's and don'ts, of getting to Notre Dame, getting game tickets, and getting in the spirit of America's most storied football program. From finding hotel rooms to booking flights, tracking down a burger and brew and discovering where and when to join in the game weekend traditions, Notre Dame Game Day offers something enlightening, educational, and entertaining for seasoned fans and first-time revelers alike.
 

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Contents

Chapter One Why You Should Go
1
Getting Tickets
5
Getting There
16
Lodging
31
The College Ftball Hall of Fame
65
Food and Drink
79
A Walking Tour
103
Pregame
127
In the Stadium
142
Chapter Ten After the Game
158
Campus Map
162
Stadium Seating
167
Future Schedules
169
About the Author
170
Index
171
Copyright

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Todd Tucker attended the University of Notre Dame on a full scholarship, graduating with a degree in history in 1990. He then volunteered for the United States Navy s demanding nuclear power program, eventually making six patrols on board a Trident submarine. In 1995 Tucker left the navy to return with his family to Indiana to pursue a career in writing. In addition to writing for such publications as" The Rotarian, Inside Sports, " and" Historic Traveler, " he has also published two books, " Notre Dame Vs. the Klan "and" The Great Starvation Experiment. "He lives in Valparaiso, Indiana, with his family.

After nearly three decades on the sidelines, Lou Holtz retired from coaching and now shares his strategies for success with Fortune 500 companies, groups, and organizations. He is the author of two bestsellers, The Fighting Spirit and Winning Every Day. He lives in Florida.

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