Tony Rice, Pat Terrell To Sign Autographs At Notre Dame Experience
Former Irish quarterback and defensive back available prior to Saturday’s game vs. Stanford.

Oct. 2, 2002

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Former University of Notre Dame quarterback Tony Rice and former Irish free safety Pat Terrell will sign autographs Saturday from 11 a.m.-noon (EST) in the Joyce Center Fieldhouse. Both players will be available to sign autographs for visiting fans as part of the “Notre Dame Experience,” an interactive fan festival for each of the 2002 home football games. The “Notre Dame Experience” combines the Notre Dame Alumni Association Hospitality Center with interactive inflatables, photo booths, autograph sessions, Notre Dame football trivia and stage activities.

Rice and Terrell were two of the cornerstones on Notre Dame’s 1988 national championship team which went 12-0 and defeated West Virginia in the Fiesta Bowl. Rice holds the school records for rushing yardage by a quarterback in a season (884 in 1989) and a career (1,921), ranking 15th among all Irish players in the latter category. Rice also stands sixth in school history with 4,882 yards of total offense.

Gates to the Joyce Center Fieldhouse will open three hours prior to kickoff and will remain open until one hour after the game ends. Admission is free for all “Notre Dame Experience” events.

Notre Dame (4-0), which is ranked ninth in the latest AP and ESPN/USA Today polls, returns to the gridiron at 1:30 p.m. (EST) Saturday against Stanford at Notre Dame Stadium. That game will be televised nationally by NBC.

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