57 Pep Talks: Former Notre Dame football player Ryan Harris
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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 offensive lineman Ryan Harris won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos and now he can be heard doing the color commentating for the Notre Dame football radio network.
He offered these words of encouragement.
“What’s up everybody, what’s up Notre Dame fans. Your boy Ryan Harris here. On lockdown with the Corona-rona. But just sending y’all positive vibes and looking forward to seeing the Notre Dame faithful again. I hope all of the Notre Dame faithful make it through this coronavirus pandemic healthy and can’t wait to see you in God’s country at Notre Dame this year, hopefully. So, stay up, stay laughing. Make sure you enjoy this time with your loved ones, check in with your loved ones and see you on the other side of corona-rona. Go Irish," Harris said.