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Wake up the echoes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 09 / 11 / 17

Notre Dame kicked off its football season Sept. 2, showcasing the $400 million stadium upgrades. GETTY IMAGES Shortly before Notre Dame kicked off its season against Temple, the sellout cro...

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