Notre Dame Football Personal Inventory (NDFPI)

Jeff KalafaAnalyst IIIJune 20, 2009

LOS ANGELES - NOVEMBER 29:  Kyle McCarthy #28 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish returns an interception eight yards out of the endzone against the USC Trojans in the third quarter on November 29, 2008 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  USC won 38-3.  (Photo by Jeff Golden/Getty Images)

The NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL PERSONAL INVENTORY (NDFPI) is a test developed by the university's department of psychology to determine personal structure and psychopathology.

This test is administered to everyone associated with the Notre Dame football program —coaches, players, trainers and all staff.

The NDFPI is similar to the Minnesota Multiphasic Personal Inventory (MMPI).

The test consists of 40 questions to be answered by a simple "true" or "false" response.

For an evaluation of your test; record and send the answers to my "Bleacher Report Profile."  Include your email address and you will receive an evaluation within three business days.

Before you start the test, please remember there are no wright or wrong answers.  You have 30 minutes to compete the test.


 1  A N.D. player breaking into a car should always be reported to police

 2  Attending a N.D. pep rally is more important than studying for a test

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 3  It's okay to tell people that you personally know Rudy, when you really don't

 4  It is wrong for N.D. ball boys to put helium in footballs

 5  When Europeans hear the words "Notre Dame", they think of a cathedral.

 6  The Four Horsemen never existed

 7  Cursing in public is good

 8  N.D. should be the first college to hire a woman as head football coach

 9  The best time to commit a crime in South Bend is during a N.D. game

10  The NY Yankees are more popular than N.D. Football

11  It's always good for N.D. to run up the score on Big Ten opponents

12  Ronald Reagan wouln't have been president if he didn't get the role of "Gipp"

13  It would be wrong for South Bend to change its name to "Notre Dame City"

14  N.D.'s rivalry with Carnegie Tech (Carnegie Melon) should be renewed

15  American taxpayers should receive a N.D. decal with their refunds

16  Birds are friendlier than dogs

17  If a N.D. player is accused of a felony, he should play until tried

18  Charlie Weis should play someone with a career-ending injury, if it wins games

19  Restaurants should never admit N.D. players ahead of those with reservations

20  Ripping down opponents banners is sometimes good

21  Players who have already completed their degree should be able to use steroids

22  Princeton has 24 national championships and should be recognized as the leader

23  It's okay for pee wee football players to put their name on back of N.D. jerseys

24  People in North Dakota always think of Notre Dame when seeing "ND" on hats

25  Most people are afraid of the dark

26  If there was no BCS, N.D. should always go to the Orange, Fiesta or Orange Bowl

27  The N.D. football field should be rented out for company barbecues

28  Jason Miller was the wrong person to play Ara Parseghian in "Rudy"

29  Ireland's drinking age is 12.  N.D. players should abide by it in 2012 Navy game

30  Being hated by American football fans is a sign of prosperity

31  A monument should be erected on campus to honor Lou Holtz

32  Charlie Weis has never won a meaningful game as coach of N.D.

33  If USC makes it to 10 straight over N.D. they should be dropped from schedule

34  During a recession N.D. should still fly to all road games

35  If Michigan plays USC in Rose bowl it's healthy to hope the game is rained out

36  "Rudy" would not have been released in a year when N.D. had a losing record

37  Most people drive over the speed limit

38  Paul Hornung was the greatest college football player in history

39  Notre Dame should join a conference

40  Woody Hayes should have been the N.D. coach, instead of Ara Parseghian

                            THE TEST IS NOW OVER

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