HeelTube: A Tribute To Our Pugilists of the Motherland

Now, that earlier post with the 1975 game was quite fascinating, but I also an ulterior motive for posting it: so I could provide this “Irish” video compilation without karmic retribution later today. It’s just all in good fun, though.

We’ll start with “Danny Boy”, as performed by Beaker, Swedish Chef, and Animal. Because honestly, who isn’t going to watch that?

Next, we bring you Wayne Campbell as “The Leprechaun”.

This news piece from Mobile, Alabama might be the funniest Leprechaun-related incident in modern history.

Bear Grylls spend time as a kid in Ireland, and even had an episode of Man vs. Wild in west Ireland. Therefore, I have full authority to show you Bear eating beetle larvae.

And now, moving on to the actual Fighting Irish. We start with the Obligatory Jimmy Clausen Yakety Sax video.

No one wants to see anybody, much less a coach, tear his ACL. Therefore, I will only show a re-enactment of Charlie Weis’ injury from the Michigan game. I will say this however: Charlie is the closest thing to a life-size plush toy I have ever seen.

And what Notre Dame compilation would be complete without everyone’s favorite fake Irishman, Lou Holtz?

If the Heels turn the ball over 6 times today, I would like to take the time to apologize in advance.

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