Jan 28, 2013, 9:10 AM EST
Making his first Pro Bowl appearance in his young NFL career, former Irish tight end Kyle Rudolph took home MVP honors on Sunday night in Hawaii.
Rudolph caught five passes for 122 yards and a touchdown in the NFC’s 62-35 win. Not only did the Cincinnati, Ohio native take home a shiny trophy, but he also received the keys to a brand new car.
Not bad for a guy that was named as a replacement for Tony Gonzalez, just last week.
Read more about Rudolph’s performance here.
About Strong and True
ND Football on YouTube
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
- M. Tennis. No. 14 Notre Dame Set To Clash With No. 3 Illinois
- M. Ice Hockey. Notre Dame Welcomes No. 9/10 BC For Weekend Series
- Baseball. Irish Head To Peach State For Final Non-Conference Tune-Up
- W. Basketball. Inside The Game: #4 Notre Dame 87, Pittsburgh 59
- W. Basketball. Notre Dame Women's Basketball Quotes
- M. Basketball. IRISH EXTRA: Senior Leadership Helps Keep Irish Train on Track
- W. Lacrosse. Fortunato and Sullivan Named to Tewaaraton Award Watch List
- Track. Irish Complete Day One At ACC Championships
- W. Basketball. #4 Irish Top Pittsburgh, 87-59, To Clinch Share of ACC Title
- M. Swimming. Irish Finish Day Two of ACC Championships, Earn Several NCAA B Cuts