Here Come the Irish 2007: An Annual Guide to Notre Dame Football

Here Come the Irish 2007: An Annual Guide to Notre Dame Football

by James Walsh (Editor)


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Here Come the Irish 2007 provides analysis and coverage of the upcoming Notre Dame football season unlike anything else available. With 112 pages of the most in-depth and thorough football analysis complete with high-quality color photography why buy multiple preseason publications that only provide a taste of the Irish?

After the 2006 departure of such stars as Brady Quinn, Darius Walker, and Jeff Samardzija, head coach Charlie Weis leads a young, talented squad into 2007. Here Come the Irish presents a thorough overview of the current roster and depth chart as well as studies of this season's recruiting and the award-winning freshman class. Also featured is a profile of super-recruit Jimmy Clausen and his anticipated impact in his time in South Bend, both on and off the field. The 2007 schedule is also evaluated in detail, including some potential problem games and they may not be the obvious ones.

A review of Weis's first two offenses is included, drawing out the differences in his first two seasons as Notre Dame's coach and what they may mean for 2007. The talent level at Notre Dame, and how Weis finally has the team playing to its level of talent is examined in detail too. Further, the book looks back at Irish players and seasons of yesteryear, including a sit down interview with 1947 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Lujack.

It's all packed into Here Come the Irish a publication by Irish fans for Irish fans that national publications cannot match. With pages full of in-depth coverage and color photos, it is the diehard fan's must-have guide to the 2007 season.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780977743681
Publisher: Maple Street Press LLC
Publication date: 07/31/2007
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

James Walsh is the president and founder of Maple Street Press. He lives in Scituate, Massachusetts. Maple Street Press is an independent sports publishing company providing high-quality, authoritative, analytical, and insightful sports publications for involved and serious fans.

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