Jim Seymour, a star receiver at Notre Dame in the 1960s who formed a potent passing combination with quarterback Terry Hanratty and helped the Fighting Irish win a national championship, has died. He was 64.
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The school announced that Seymour died Tuesday night at Highland Park Hospital in Illinois.
Seymour graduated from Notre Dame in 1969. During his three-year varsity career, he made 138 catches for 2,113 yards and 16 touchdowns. When Notre Dame won the national title in 1966, Seymour caught 48 passes with eight touchdowns.