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Great New York Times story captures Regis Philbin's passion for Notre Dame


Regis Philbin passed away just shy of his 89th birthday. We all remember the TV star for his time on “Live!” and as the man who helped make “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” such a success. Philbin was a Notre Dame graduate in the class of 1953 as well. Though he may have left campus as a student over 60 years ago, his passion for Notre Dame never went away. (USA Today)

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