57 Pep Talks: Former Notre Dame basketball player Jordan Cornette
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ABC57 Saturday Kickoff host Allison Hayes is sharing messages of hope from community members across Michiana who are still finding ways to spread positivity despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Notre Dame basketball player Jordan Cornette shared these words of encouragement.
“I want to give love to everybody out there, most especially to everyone in South Bend. Spent a lot of great times there, also known as God’s Country. I know these times are turbulent. I know you wake up unaware of what the next day may bring, but I task you all with me and my wife do. Wake up with a purpose and optimism because we will get through this. We’ve seen crazy dark times throughout our existence as humans, as a civilization but we always fight through. I love you guys, stay positive. And my wife and our little Kobe girl want to say something. Stay positive. We love you guys. Go Irish!" Cornette said.