Notre Dames players, left to right, quarterback Nate Montana, quarterback Dayne Crist, and receiver Deion Walker bow their heads during a moment of silence for Declan Sullivan before the start of a NCAA college football game against Tulsa, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010, in South Bend, Ind. Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame junior from Long Grove, Ill., was killed Oct. 27 when a scissor lift in which he had been videotaping football practice toppled over.
Family and friends follow Declan Sullivan's casket as they arrive at his funeral Mass on Monday, Nov. 1, 2010, at St. Mary Church in Buffalo Grove, Ill.
Mourners line up to attend the wake of Notre Dame student Declan Sullivan.
The Rev. John Jenkins, left, Notre Dame's president, attends the wake of Sullivan.
The casket is carried out after the funeral Mass on Monday.
Members of Notre Dame football team, including star linebacker Manti Teo, third from right, leave the funeral Mass.
Notre Dame players bow their heads during a moment of silence for Declan Sullivan before the start of their game against Tulsa on Saturday, Oct. 30 in South Bend, Ind. Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame junior, was killed Oct. 27 when a scissor lift in which he had been videotaping football practice toppled over. This was Notre Dame's first game since the tragedy.
This "DS" sticker — seen here on the helmet of Notre Dame kicker Brandon Walker — honoring Declan Sullivan was worn by every player on both teams during Saturday's game.
Moment of silence
Fans in the student section of Notre Dame Stadium participate in a moment of silence for Declan Sullivan, a student who was killed this past week videotaping a football practice in high winds, before a game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.
A prayer for Declan
Notre Dame students react during a prayer for Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame junior from Long Grove, Ill., who was killed Oct. 27 when a scissor lift in which he had been videotaping football practice toppled over.
Stopping to pay condolences
Head coach Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears takes in a game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind.
Face to face
Notre Dame's Bennett Jackson, left, is face masked by Tulsa's Jameel Owens as he picks up a first down on a fake punt during the first half.
Looking to throw
Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist drops back to throw in front of Tulsa linebacker Shawn Jackson during the first half.
Bennett Jackson #82 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish is tackled by Bryan Burnham #88 and Reid Singleton #5 of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Notre Dame Stadium.
Making the tackle
Michael Floyd of Notre Dame is taken down by Marco Nelson and Tanner Antle of Tulsa.
Making the play
Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees makes a pass against Tulsa during the second half.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly told an official to watch for a penalty as his team played Tulsa.
Taking it away
Tulsa linebacker Cody Wilson (41) celebrates an interception in the end zone in the final minute by cornerback John Flanders, right against Notre Dame.
Celebrating in South Bend
Cory Dorris #93 of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane hugs teammate Trent Dupy #53 after a win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium.
Out of play
Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist, front, and tight end Kyle Rudolph leave the field on crutches following their game against Tulsa. Crist was injured in the first quarter of the game and never returned.
Finding the endzone
Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood scores a touchdown in front of Tulsa cornerback Marco Nelson during the first half.
Tulsa running back JaTerian Douglas dives for yardage in front of Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith during the first half.