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Must-See TV: FIDM’s Michigan State Wrap-Up

Sep 16, 2012, 2:04 PM EDT

The Fighting Irish Digital Media crew was on the ground for last night’s big victory over Michigan State, and has four great videos on the Notre Dame Athletics YouTube page, that you should make sure to check out in between your NFL channel surfing today.

On the sidelines and inside the locker room, the game day edition of Irish Connection. Goosebumps.

FIDM’s Ryan Camden catches up with Prince Shembo amidst the celebration after the game.

Head coach Brian Kelly talks to the media following the 20-3 victory at Spartan Stadium.

FIDM’s cut of highlights, courtesy of the ABC/ESPN broadcast.

  1. dworon - Sep 28, 2012 at 11:25 PM

    “History… Tradition… Reputation… Pride… Integrity & Guts”… these are all (Terms) that make & keep (The University of Notre Dame) “Relevant”… in my mind, and millions of (Fans) around the country & abroad as well. ND is the most “Travelled-Team” in history (Respect). ND had the most “Wins” in history (from 1887 thru 1999), currently ranks (4th) overall (Respect). ND has the most (sold-out) games in history (Respect). ND plays on National TV — more than any other school in history (Respect). ND has (11) National-Titles & (7) Heisman-Trophies (Respect). ND has the highest-graduation-ratio of (Student/Athletes), more than any other school in history (Respect). This is just “One-Man’s” opinion… but I could be wrong!!! GOD-BLESS (ND)… our Mother!!! Go-Irish!!!

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