With the Notre Dame fight song blasting in the background, Tyrone Willingham locked arms with the high school quarterback's mom and danced the Polish hop.
He didn't know what he was supposed to do. He didn't know what he was doing. It didn't matter. When the music came to an end, Willingham got his reward: Tom Zbikowski, the top high school football player in Illinois, a kid with sprinter's speed and a boxer's bite, had agreed to play football at Notre Dame.
Fast forward two years ...
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