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No matter what you might have thought of Gerry Faust as a head coach, the man has lived right and is someone we can emulate in our approach to daily life.
Gerry Faust, who coached the Irish for a forgettable five seasons, still carries a torch for Notre Dame, even after he resigned in 1985, which ushered in Lou Holtz. Dennis Dodd says Faust, now 77, remains a believer.
Not to make a bad thing out of a good article, but did you read some of the anti-ND vitriol In the comment section ? How anyone can spew such hate over a Human interest piece is just remarkable to me.
Gerry Faust = class act
Exactly.He loved Notre dame.God Bless him.And Merry Christamas to all.
A few years ago Faust was at a home game and i had my teen age daughter with me. We had pictures taken. He was very patient and kind. He will always be one of my favorites
A guy you just can't help but root for. Met him once, few years back, at the Ohio high school basketball championships in Columbus. He was telling me about this kid out of Cincinnati who hadn't committed yet but would soon. Was going to be a heck of a player, Faust said. That player: Kyle Rudolph. He sure did hit that one on the head.
poster of the century status-irishnd966/The Ohiosupergenius has spoken-Norberg/2D6 is always right-floridacarpenter/4/5/04 13,000+
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