By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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The postgame roars from Notre Dame's locker room echoed right through the Coliseum's thick cement walls and metal beams Saturday night, moving around the 89-year-old arena like a long-absent force of nature.
The old saying goes that the third time's the charm. At Notre Dame, historically the third time's been the national championship. Or else.
The parents of Colt Brennan say the former University of Hawaii quarterback is sedated and in stable condition after a car crash last week.
It was 1946 and World War II was finally over, so it was OK to consider a college football game the biggest thing going on in the United States of America.
"Not saying it was lucky, but luck doesn't hurt," said Terry Brennan, who played at Notre Dame in the late 1940s and coached the team from 1954-58. "The point is, they got the break and they took advantage of it. That's the key."
"It turned out to be kind of a dull game of the century," former Irish halfback Terry Brennan told The Associated Press earlier this week.