Notre Dame’s Trumbetti: FSU has ‘craziest atmosphere’

Putting on the gold helmets and playing in front of thousands of fans can be quite the rush for any player at the University of Notre Dame.

Over the years, the Irish have played at the Big House of Michigan, in Norman against the Sooners and the Coliseum against the USC Trojans.

However, for defensive lineman Andrew Trumbetti, the environment at Florida State takes the cake.

Doak Campbell Stadium is widely renowned as one of the toughest places to play in college football. Last fall, Notre Dame had the tall task of taking on the undefeated Seminoles at home for a prime time game. The Seminoles won, 31-27, with a late touchdown score in the red zone.

Winston and the Seminoles continued on their path to the College Football Playoff during their undefeated season.

While many Irish fans will want to forget that game, Trumbetti never will as he posted a picture of last year’s game for a “Throwback Thursday” post on Instragram.

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