When a hydraulic lift from which he was taping a Notre Dame football practice on Oct. 27 was toppled by wind, Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old Irish junior who worked in the team's video department. Sullivan was manning a camera above a practice field when he expressed serious concerns on Twitter about gusting winds that reached 51 mph. "I guess I've lived long enough," he wrote. As winds escalated, he tweeted, "Holy f--- holy f--- this is terrifying." The scissor lift fell less than an hour after Sullivan's last post, and medics arrived within minutes, but Sullivan was reported to have not been breathing en route to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. On Saturday, after Notre Dame's 28--27 loss to Tulsa, during which players on both teams wore helmet decals in remembrance of Sullivan, Irish coach Brian Kelly took responsibility for the decision to practice outdoors despite the wind. No one has taken responsibility for Sullivan having been on the lift.