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The Notre Dame Mystique

Former Notre Dame coach turned ESPN analyst Lou Holtz ranted incessantly about the spirit surrounding the Fighting Irish and how it would be a factor in a win against the Pitt football team this week.

Former Pittsburgh Outland Trophy winner Mark May, Holtz's ESPN colleague, stated the Panthers' case for victory when Pitt (5-2) takes on Notre Dame (5-2) Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in South Bend, Ind. But the best quote about the Golden Domers' mystique came from former Pitt quarterback Tyler Palko. "That's for the birds, bro,'' Palko said when asked if that would affect how the Panthers played, and...

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