yes, in '99 the NCAA found ND guilty of major violations for the Kim Dunbar incident. She is a ND booster and favored ND football players with sex and money, both major no-nos. However, because this is ND, even though the infractions were found to be major, all they lost were two scholarships and two years probations with unspecificied requirements. They did not have post season - bowl appearances - revoked and their unparralled and lucrative contract with NBC went unaffected. An anonymous Irish fan who despises Holtz because everywhere he's been so too have NCAA violations.
Notre Dame, IN
Well the most major is Quasimodo
The University of Notre Dame was founded in 1842 and created the town of Notre Dame, IN with a post office on campus
Notre-Dame de Paris, also known as Notre-Dame Cathedral or simply Notre-Dame. It is 96 m
Notre Dame de Paris.
Notre-Dame was buitl between 1163 and 1250. From 1250 to 1360 it underwent major transformations to turn it into Gothic style.
Notre Dame is french for "Our Lady" Notre dame took 80 years to build. 14 million people visit Notre dame every year. De Sully had notre Dame buit because of the expanding population. Notre Dame is in paris.
the Notre Dame cathedral is named after Notre Dame i.e. Our Lady
The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
College Notre Dame was created in 1904.
The population of Nanteuil-Notre-Dame is 70.