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THE IRISH LAUNCH A NEW ARA
John Underwood
October 03, 1966
Terry Hanratty passed, Jim Seymour caught and Notre Dame's Ara Parseghian, left short last year with only a running game, suddenly had a long-striking attack that even Purdue's Bob Griese could not match
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October 03, 1966

The Irish Launch A New Ara

Terry Hanratty passed, Jim Seymour caught and Notre Dame's Ara Parseghian, left short last year with only a running game, suddenly had a long-striking attack that even Purdue's Bob Griese could not match

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Hanratty finished with 16 completions in 24 tries for 304 yards. Living his dream—he was the last man out of the Notre Dame dressing room—Hanratty seemed to want to remember everything, even every drop of his shower. When he finally emerged, John Ray grabbed him by a bare shoulder and said, "Hey, boy, aren't you glad I brought you here?"

"Yessir, Coach, you bet," said Terry Hanratty. "You bet I am."

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