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October 29, 2010



Gary - Great research.

As you said, Notre Dame was known as Rockne's Ramblers, because they would 'ramble' all over the country to play. However, that name was similar to 'Bronx Bombers' for the Yankees. Their official nickname even back then was Fighting Irish.

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