Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinkett has been suspended three games without pay, the Notre Dame IMG Network announced Tuesday.
Allen Pinkett didn’t get into any trouble when he was wearing that fabled gold helmet in South Bend, Ind., in the mid-1980s. He waited until he was 48 to take a seat in the Dean of Discipline’s office.
Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinkett is on his way back from Ireland less than 48 hours before the Irish are set to play Navy in Dublin, according a source with knowledge of the situation.
Golden dome acolytes have surfaced since Allen Pinkett’s appearance, and angrily accused us of destroying a guest who offered time and opinions.
In the wake of his controversial comments Wednesday on The McNeil & Spiegel Show, Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinkett issued an apology.
In the wake of Allen Pinkett’s comments to The McNeil and Spiegel Show, where he said he believes Notre Dame needs “criminals” to be successful, the University has released a statement.
For Fighting Irish radio analyst and former NFL Allen Pinkett, he’s not concerned with off-the-field issues – as long as the person involved is a good enough football player.