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— As a three-time Pro Bowl receiver for the Bengals who played in two Super Bowls and as an analyst working on NBC's "Sunday Night Football," Cris Collinsworth has seen hundreds of exciting and important plays in his life.But just last week Collinsworth saw a play that might hold the top spot on his list — his son Austin, a fifth-year safety at Notre Dame, scooping up a fumble and returning it 32 yards for a touchdown in the Irish's loss to Northwestern.This former Cincinnati Bengal does not know when to shut his moouth and he complains way too much.
But Brindza also has an important routine he goes through after every Saturday.
"Wake up Sunday, it's a new day, new person," Brindza said. (Chris Hine)"(My dad) always says, 'Man, I don't know what kind of curse you have.
He didn't get any injuries when he was playing," Austin said.
His You Tube channel has over 2.2 million subscribers and he is also popular on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat as well.
He enjoys hanging out with family and friends as well as sports.
It was Austin's only touchdown in his Notre Dame career and to add to the moment, Austin remembered to do a little dance — a leprechaun heel click he and his brother Jac had concocted two years ago on a family vacation."Aw shoot, after I got finished jumping up and down, wiping tears out of my eyes, they had the audacity to say there was a challenge on the play," Cris Collinsworth told the Tribune this week.