This Day in Sports History
THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 3/31
1931 – Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne is among eight people killed in a plane crash in Kansas. In his 13 year tenure at Notre Dame, Rockne led the Irish to a 105-12-5 record with three national championships.
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