In 1977, Notre Dame football went 11-1. They took on the Texas Longhorns, the #1 ranked team at the time, in the Cotton Bowl Classic and took them out. The Fighting Irish were led by quarterback Joe Montana who would later become a Hall Of Fame player with the 49ers and coached by Dan Devine. Of course they had many other notable players as well, like Ken MacAfee, Ross Browner, and Luther Bradley. The 77 season was their tenth national title. This vintage Notre Dame tri-blend sweatshirt, lightly worn in excellent condition, celebrates the school's 1977 National Championship win.