Claire Kramer | August 21, 2020
For a kid from Scranton, Pennsylvania, the chance to work at one of the most storied college football programs in the nation was, in John McNulty’s words, a “no-brainer.”
McNulty, along with his brother and father, would drive to New York Giants games during his childhood, accompanied by a guest: Jim Crowley, one of the original four horsemen of Notre Dame. They’d ascend the stairs to the 300 level of the stadium in such normal fashion that you’d nearly forget the legend climbing alongside.
“He was just as happy to sit up there,” McNulty, the newest Irish tight ends coach, remembered. “I’m sure if anyone knew he was at the game, he would be sitting on the 50-yard line, but he didn’t want any part of any of that.”
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