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Topic - Mike Golic Jr.
Nick Saban has a charity called Nick's Kids Fund.
Declan Sullivan would have loved this weekend. For all the doubts his family has confronted in the 27 months since the death of their first-born son, his father is certain about that.
"Sadness, I guess is what I remember most about that time," Notre Dame lineman Mike Golic Jr., said. "Declan's a guy we all miss a lot and it's hard to imagine what they went through. I have all the respect in the world for his family, for the way they carried themselves and how they've handled it since."
"We're proud to see her get her first win," Golic said, grinning. "It's something I know she'll cherish for the rest of her life."