The Notre Dame Fan's Book of Life Lessons: Fighting Irish Football Tales: America's Team: 11 National Championships [NOOK Book]

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P.J. Whitfield, a South Bend native and now a journalist in Los Angeles, captures the magic and life lessons of Notre Dame football. Each page zeroes in on one moment in Irish football history. Whitfield's original statistical research leads to fresh insights. A breezy little book perfect as a gift.
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The Notre Dame Fan's Book of Life Lessons: Fighting Irish Football Tales: America's Team: 11 National Championships

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Overview

P.J. Whitfield, a South Bend native and now a journalist in Los Angeles, captures the magic and life lessons of Notre Dame football. Each page zeroes in on one moment in Irish football history. Whitfield's original statistical research leads to fresh insights. A breezy little book perfect as a gift.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781257283323
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 12/21/2011
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 308 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

    XY

    When will Spike come in? Love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    Twilxe as Princess Twilight Sun

    Wait a min. What if she gave birth if she is princess? She can talk to Celestia! Sorry if that i missunderstanded. I just notived that Twilight should be alicorn. Sorry if i messed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    My Little Pony: The Next Generation Chapter 3

    "FLUTTERSHY!" Twilight yelled over the wind. "GO GET COMET TAIL!" Fluttershy whimpered and scurried away. Twilight turned to her daughter. She was grasping Soarin, Rainbow Dash, and Applejack in her wysteria aurora, Rarity, Apple Harvest, and Buttercream were changing fron pony to flower and back again. Twilight carefully stepped towards Glimmer Wave. She reached out like Celestia had done many years before- but the lavender unicorn was suddenly pulled back. Glimmer's magic caused her to join Applejack and the others, suspended in air. Twilight tried to scream, but her mouth wouldn't work. At that moment, Fluttershy arrived with Comet Tail. He seemed to understand wha needed to be done and dashed towards his daughter. Pulling her down, the glow went away. Twilight and the others collapsed on the ground, and Crystal and North returned to their pony state. <br>
    "Wha? What happened?" Asked a dazed Crystal. Twilight hugged her filly. <br>
    "She had a surge of extra magic," she explained darkly. "Something must have triggered it, though. And seeing as it's normal enough around here, there might be evil forces lurking around us." Meadow Song whimpered and ran to her mother for comfort. <br>
    "Dad?" Glimmer Wave asked. "What happened?" <br>
    "You had lots of magic inside you," Comet Tail explained. "So the magic was uncontrolled and you went out of hand." <br>
    "For most unicorn fillies, the magic leads them to their destiny," Twilight added. "But you don't have your cutie mark, so I think that it was triggered prematurely. Don't fret, you'll be fine. Girls, I think this picnic is over." <br>
    "And guys!" Soarin protested lightly. Rainbow Dash picked up Northern Spark. <br>
    "Soar, I think it's time we headed home," she suggested. "Nothing you need, is there, Twilight?" Twiliht shook her head. <br>
    "I'm going to write about this to the princess as soon as I can," She responded. "Then we'll have to wait until the reply comes." <br>
    <p>
    'Dear Princess Celestia,' Twilight wrote <br>
    'Although I haven't learned new about friendship, my daughter Glimmer Wave ha an unexpected Magic Surge during a picnic. As far asI could tell, there wasn't anything that could've triggered it. I think there might be an evil spirit lurking somewhere. <br>
    'Your faithful student, Twilight Sparkle' <br>
    Twilight reread the note to check for errors. Finding none, she concentrated on teleporting the note with her magic. Spike was out of town for a spell, but she had Comet and Glimmer to help her manage the library. <br>
    Twilight glanced over at Glimmer, who was sleeping in her old basket. She was so foal-like at times, and Twilight loved her for it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2013

    Broken Heart

    Cool story, bro! Are the dads gonna come in soon?

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