SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - The Irish certainly have had a lot to celebrate this season. Notre Dame finished 12-0 for the first time since 2012 and, for the first time in school history, the Irish are going to the College Football Playoff.
We've certainly see those celebrations on the field.
Irish running back Dexter Williams is known for throwing up the peace sign, wide receiver Miles Boykin likes to throw up his hands to signal touchdown and wide receiver Chris Finke is known for the Pigeon walk...
One of the players who has a classic celebration is linebacker Te'von Coney - but he has two. The two celebrations in Coney's arsenal are the arm cross and the finger wag. and both have a significant meaning.
"I feel like if they try to run a play directly at me, that they felt like I couldn't stop or a particular player, then I cross my arms like 'C'mon man, you really thought I wasn't going to make that play,'" Coney said. "The finger wag is more so for me making a really good play where it's like no that play didn't work, like a trick play or something to get my eyes in the wrong place. I still end up making the play and do the finger wag to let them know, it's not going to work."
Just 12 days before we can see Coney and the rest of the golden domers on field celebrations when Notre Dame takes on Clemson in the Cotton Bowl on December 29.