- Matt Fortuna, ESPN Staff Writer
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Mike Golic Jr. made the 22-man Allstate AFCA Good Works Team on Tuesday for his work in the community.
The right guard has participated in a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser, in addition to working with local youths and senior citizens in the South Bend area. The fifth-year senior earned a degree in film, television and theatre this past May.
Golic Jr. is the second Notre Dame player to make the Good Works team in as many years, as current Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist made it last year. Tom Zbikowski (2007), Bob Morton (2006), Derek Curry (2004), Courtney Watson (2003) and Grant Irons (1999) are the other Irish players who have made the team.
Eleven FBS players make one team for their work, with 11 players from FCS, Div. II, Div. III and NAIA schools making the other team.