Jun 27, 2012, 10:28 AM EDT
Last June, the Notre Dame football family lost Andre Jones to a brain aneurysm at age 42. Jones was a starter on the 1988 national championship team and his son, TJ, is currently a junior receiver for the Irish.
TJ was recently featured in this Fighting Irish Digital Media video, reflecting on how he has dealt with the loss of his father.
Kudos to Robby Toma and Lo Wood, TJ’s teammates who produced the video in their Film, Television and Theatre course.
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