Power Rankings: Notre Dame Alumni

Joe Montana
Greatest QB of all time in my opinion. I know there are so many to choose from, but 4-0 in the Super Bowl speaks for itself. The 49ers dominated the ‘80s.
Regis Philbin
From “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” to “Live!” to “Crowd Goes Wild,” Regis holds the Guinness World Record for most time spent on television, and most of that time has been spent vocally supporting Notre Dame. Plus, given Regis’ height, he may be no taller than an actual leprechaun.
Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Yastrzemski, the YAZ, is one of the once-in-a-generation players for Red Sox fans.
Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice is only the most politically successful American female on the face of the earth. If she were a dude, she would already be president.
Jerome Bettis
One of the best running backs of all time. A bruiser, a survivor, a champion. He was the prototypical power back workhorse that we don't see in the game as much today. Hall of Famer.
Knute Rockne
One of the greatest college football coaches of all-time.
Hannah Storm
Hannah is co-anchor of “SportsCenter” and host of “NBA Countdown,” so she can about do it all.
Mike Golic
Golic is great on ESPN. He used to play in the NFL and has a son in the league now, so he has a great perspective on present and past issues.
Joe Theismann
Joe Theismann is one of the most memorable icons of his time. Besides being a great quarterback, he will be always remembered for that horrible tackle made by Lawrence Taylor . . . OUCH!!!!!!!!
Phil Donahue
Talk show host from the ‘90s. I don't remember much about him, other than he was around with Sally Jessie Raphael, Geraldo, Oprah and others.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.


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