Harangody is in his second year with the Irish

20 Questions With Luke Harangody

Dec. 4, 2007

1. Use five words to describe yourself.
Funny, weird, intense, shy, generous.

2. Describe your perfect day- who would you spend it with, what would you do, where would you be?
I would just hang out with family and friends.

3. What is your pre-game routine?
I always take a shower before games.

4. Other than the Irish, what is your favorite sports team?
The White Sox.

5. What do you miss the most about being at home?
My bed.

6. Who was the most famous person you have ever met?
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone famous.

7. If your life was to be turned into a movie, what genre would it be; what would the title be; what actor would you have star in it?
It would be a sports movie starring Matt Damon.

8. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

9. What was the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you?
Losing the GA Tech game.

10. What is the best advice you have received? Who was it from?
“Never give up” – from my parents.

11. What are you listening to on your iPod right now?
A little of everything.

12. If you had the choice to travel either forward or backward in time, which would you choose? Why?
I would go back in time to change mistakes I’ve made.

13. Where is your favorite place at Notre Dame?
My Dorm.

14. What is your major? Why did you choose this major?
American Studies because it combines a little of everything.

15. What is the first thing you think about when you wake up?
Am I late for class?

16. Do you have any siblings?
My brother is a junior at Indiana.

17. What is your favorite class or professor so far at Notre Dame, and why?
“Everything but the Burden”. It was a seminar that touched on interesting discussions and topics.

18. If you could eat only one thing for the rest of your life, what would you eat?

19. Who was your role-model as a child? Why? Has your role model changed now that you are older?
My parents because they have always been there for me.

20. How has being a student and athlete at Notre Dame influenced your life?
It has made me a better person. I’ve learned to balance academics and athletics. It will help with a career after school.